Sat, 28 Jul 2012 11:25p.m.
The Kiwi side were 18-0 up early on against the Manly Sea Eagles and managed to take most of that lead into halftime, 18-6.
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31/07/2012 11:25:10 a.m.
I too watched the game during a birthday celebration of my Auntys 60th. It was a game I was saying to my relations I just dont want the warriors to do another repeat of last week!!In the end I look at it like this.... Its the 17 players that are responsible. When you run on that field you do your own bloody job dont count on your mate next to you. There are players in that team that are overated and are playing on just that. One thing I can say is giving the Captaincy to Vatuvai was the wrong choice!!! I would of given it to Johnson....a Stand off or half back can call the shots.... Not a winger that cant catch a ball. So what if he has crunch tackles hes gotta do it consistently. Hes doing more mistakes then anything else!!! Aaarrgh Im just letting out my frustrations sorry if i have offended anyone!
29/07/2012 12:14:09 p.m.
Great defensive play from the warriors, shame they sabotaged themselves at the death...
29/07/2012 11:52:37 a.m.
WARRIORS your such a dissapointment this year wish the season was over goodluck winning a game by season end
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