Internationals 2016 Australia v Kiwis Test, Perth

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  1. mt.wellington
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    2016 Australia v Kiwis Test, Perth

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    For the first time ever, international Rugby League is coming to Perth. The Australian Kangaroos take on the number one world ranked New Zealand Kiwis in an end of season Test Match on Saturday October 15 at nib Stadium. Watch the big names of Rugby League do battle as they prepare for the upcoming Four Nations tournament in the UK.

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    What a crap week to bring up Perth again.

    Hopefully we win and all the Warriors boys go "hey, it is possible."
     
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    Is this just a one off game before the tri nations?
     
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    Yeah its like a warm up before the Four Nations. England also play the French in France as their warm up...
     
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    Given the loss earlier the year I suspect out number 1 world ranking could be in danger if we were to lose again so plenty to play for.
     
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    Some of those Warriors boys are veryyyyyy lucky to be selected.
     
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    "Train on squad".

    Here's hoping most don't get selected, for the Kiwis sake, and ours.
     
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    Yeah I know. I just think being selected for any national duty should be seen as a reward for a good season.

    Hopefully they're told straight up that they're only there to make up numbers and will only play if the side is decimated by injury.
     
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    Kearney picks these guys for our national team who can't perform for their club and people want him to be the coach? :p:p:p:p:p All be it its a train on squad and as noted hopefully some of them won't be anywhere near the starting line up. I know that Lolohea was in the mix last year but him and Matulino and Vatavei must go and buy themselves a lotto. Hopefully Rapana is going to be on one of those wings in black n white not green n gold.
     
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    Vatuvei? Lisone? Matulino??? Lolohea????

    Its like one piss take organisation to another. Is the nzrl sending a message to the Warriors??

    Eitherway, talk about stroking undeserved ego's and making losers feel entitled.
     
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    Actually i was wondering where all our good players were ?

    Oh yeah, they're playing Fucking Finals Footy. Thats where.
     
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    I don't know if Vete has declared for Tonga or something, but he's alot more useful than Lisone.
     
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    Yeah that's how I felt. Some of them would know, deep down, that they don't deserve to be there. Hopefully that makes them more eager to impress.

    I can see only 2, maybe 3 Warriors making the 17.
     
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    No Sauaso Sue, surely he should've been selected ahead of the likes of Fonua-Blake and Lisone.
     
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    Good call - not sure if he is a Kiwi or a Kozzie..................... Runs hard that boy. :D
     
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    He's definitely a Kiwi played for Junior Kiwis, and has being previously named in Kiwis training squads. Must have decided to stick with Samoa for the World Cup. Would have liked Sam Lisone (Samoa) and Solomone Kata (Tonga) to do the same as they will be a long shot in my opinion to play for the Kiwis at the World CUp.
     
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    I think Lisone is a good selection for the camp, he won't make the squad, but the camp will give him a taste of the Kiwis culture.

    He makes the odd blunder and defensive lapse, but he has good footwork, passing skills and aggression. None of which was put into play with Cappy's one dimensional gameplan.

    There will be a couple others that Kearney will back himself to get more out of than Cappy did.
     
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    Thanks for that - bugger, would have liked to see him in black n white. ;)
     
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    Im pretty pissed off that Shaun Johnson isnt resting up his injured leg. After failing to fire for the Warriors he owes it to the fans and his mate Cappy to be 100% for next year.

    Also pissed as I normally am that again the Kiwis would select someone like Solomone Kata who probably still uses his Tongan passport to get around. He's as Kiwi as Radradra is Australian. International League is still an oxymoron...
     
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