Monday, July 11, 2011

NRL Review Round 18

Round 18 of the NRL kicked off on Friday Night with identical score lines of 22-6, with the Warriors snuffing out the Matt Rogers comeback inspired Titans and the Eels finally finding some form over the Tigers. Benji Marshall made a return to the side and noticeably was slower and heavier. He can only get better.

Saturday night saw the Storm travel to Adelaide for the Bulldogs Home Game, and were clinical in their disaposal of the Dogs 28-18, with a Bulldogs late try making the scores look more respectable than what the game actually was. Kevin Moore must be in serious trouble, presently with the Dogs and it is our tip, he will not see out the nect month. The other Saturday Night game saw the Sharks continue their winning streak with a 26-12 over a listless Raiders outfit.

Sunday saw an enthralling encounter with the Manly-Souths game, with the lead changing several times, and both teams mounting comebacks during the course of the game. Manly were the side that surged at the right time to win 36-22. Across town at the SFS, the Roosters finally showed some form in defeating the Panthers 34-26, although both sides will not trouble the finalists in 2011.

Monday night sees the Cowboys travel to Newcastle to take on the Knights, and the Cowboys will be long shots after the loss of Jonathon Thurston.

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