Album: Round 13 Vs Sea Eagles

http://www.warriors.co.nz/news-display/TEAM-ANNOUNCEMENT-Vodafone-Warriors-v-Manly/76322<br /> <br /> VODAFONE WARRIORS v MANLY SEA EAGLES<br /> <br /> Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland<br /> 4.05pm, Sunday, June 09<br /> <br /> VODAFONE WARRIORS<br /> <br /> 1 KEVIN LOCKE<br /> 2 GLEN FISIIAHI<br /> 3 DANE NIELSEN<br /> 4 KONRAD HURRELL<br /> 5 MANU VATUVEI<br /> 6 THOMAS LEULUAI<br /> 7 SHAUN JOHNSON<br /> 8 SAM RAPIRA<br /> 9 NATHAN FRIEND<br /> 10 RUSSELL PACKER<br /> 11 FELETI MATEO<br /> 12 SIMON MANNERING (c)<br /> 13 ELIJAH TAYLOR<br /> <br /> Interchange:<br /> <br /> 14 BEN MATULINO<br /> 15 JACOB LILLYMAN<br /> 16 SEBASTINE IKAHIHIFO<br /> 17 DOMINIQUE PEYROUX<br /> <br /> 21 SUAIA MATAGI<br /> <br /> HEAD COACH: MATTHEW ELLIOTT<br /> ----------<br /> Vodafone Warriors head coach Matthew Elliott has settled for a predictable line-up for Sunday’s 13th-round clash against Manly as he moves within one match of his 250th game as an NRL coach.<br /> ----------<br /> <br /> ----------<br /> Required to name a side less than 24 hours after last night’s record-breaking 56-18 demolition of Brisbane, Elliott today announced the same 17 used at Suncorp Stadium while adding prop Suaia Matagi on a five-man bench.<br /> <br /> The 10-try victory over the Broncos was the club&#039;s first away win since beating Gold Coast in July last year and was also its biggest winning margin in three years, the 38-point difference coincidentally eclipsing the previous 32-point record wins against Brisbane in 2010 (48-16 and 36-4). The club’s overall record win was the 66-0 victory over South Sydney in 2006.<br /> <br /> With four of the backs – Manu Vatuvei, Konrad Hurrell, Glen Fisiiahi and Thomas Leuluai – scoring doubles, the Vodafone Warriors achieved their first back-to-back successes in almost a year following on from the 28-12 win against Newcastle on May 26.<br /> <br /> It was only the third time in nine visits that they’d won at Suncorp Stadium but they now an even tougher assignment in Manly.<br /> <br /> The Sea Eagles haven’t lost to the Vodafone Warriors since Stacey Jones made his comeback appearance at Brookvale Oval in 2009. In fact, Manly, fourth on the 2013 table with 17 points, has won 11 of the last 13 meetings between the twoclu



Round 13 Vs Sea Eagles

Updated Jun 9, 2013
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http://www.warriors.co.nz/news-display/TEAM-ANNOUNCEMENT-Vodafone-Warriors-v-Manly/76322

VODAFONE WARRIORS v MANLY SEA EAGLES

Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland
4.05pm, Sunday, June 09

VODAFONE WARRIORS

1 KEVIN LOCKE
2 GLEN FISIIAHI
3 DANE NIELSEN
4 KONRAD HURRELL
5 MANU VATUVEI
6 THOMAS LEULUAI
7 SHAUN JOHNSON
8 SAM RAPIRA
9 NATHAN FRIEND
10 RUSSELL PACKER
11 FELETI MATEO
12 SIMON MANNERING (c)
13 ELIJAH TAYLOR

Interchange:

14 BEN MATULINO
15 JACOB LILLYMAN
16 SEBASTINE IKAHIHIFO
17 DOMINIQUE PEYROUX

21 SUAIA MATAGI

HEAD COACH: MATTHEW ELLIOTT
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Vodafone Warriors head coach Matthew Elliott has settled for a predictable line-up for Sunday’s 13th-round clash against Manly as he moves within one match of his 250th game as an NRL coach.
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Required to name a side less than 24 hours after last night’s record-breaking 56-18 demolition of Brisbane, Elliott today announced the same 17 used at Suncorp Stadium while adding prop Suaia Matagi on a five-man bench.

The 10-try victory over the Broncos was the club's first away win since beating Gold Coast in July last year and was also its biggest winning margin in three years, the 38-point difference coincidentally eclipsing the previous 32-point record wins against Brisbane in 2010 (48-16 and 36-4). The club’s overall record win was the 66-0 victory over South Sydney in 2006.

With four of the backs – Manu Vatuvei, Konrad Hurrell, Glen Fisiiahi and Thomas Leuluai – scoring doubles, the Vodafone Warriors achieved their first back-to-back successes in almost a year following on from the 28-12 win against Newcastle on May 26.

It was only the third time in nine visits that they’d won at Suncorp Stadium but they now an even tougher assignment in Manly.

The Sea Eagles haven’t lost to the Vodafone Warriors since Stacey Jones made his comeback appearance at Brookvale Oval in 2009. In fact, Manly, fourth on the 2013 table with 17 points, has won 11 of the last 13 meetings between the twoclu

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