NRL NRL 2022 Season - Round 11

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Thursday 19th May
Newcastle vs Brisbane (McDonald Jones Stadium - 19:50)

Friday 20th May
Wests Tigers vs Canterbury (Leichhardt Oval - 18:00)
Parramatta vs Manly-Warringah (CommBank Stadium - 19:55)

Saturday 21st May
St.George-Illawarra vs New Zealand (Netstrata Jubilee Stadium - 15:00)
North Queensland vs Melbourne (Queensland Country Bank Stadium - 17:30)
Sydney Roosters vs Penrith (Sydney Cricket Ground - 19:35)

Sunday 22nd May
South Sydney vs Canberra (Apex Oval, Dubbo - 14:00)
Gold Coast vs Cronulla-Sutherland (Cbus Super Stadium - 16:05)


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Knights: Some big inclusions for the home side with Tyson Frizell back and Anthony Milford named at five-eighth to play his first game since September and after 151 games at the Broncos. Milford replaces Tex Hoy who moves back to 18th man while the Knights have also included Dane Gagai (cheekbone) and Jake Clifford in the reserves as they push to be late inclusions.
Broncos: Te Maire Martin has been named at fullback despite concerns over a hip injury. Martin came off with seven minutes left in last week's big win over Manly with Selwyn Cobbo reportedly training at the back on Monday. Broncos forwards Payne Haas (shoulder) and Kurt Capewell (neck) got through the side's Magic Round win smoothly and with a six-day turnaround are set to back up again.

Wests Tigers: A surprise named in the reserves with Bulldogs winger Brent Naden named in the extended squad after an abrupt mid-season switch. Jock Madden is the new five-eighth with Luke Brooks sidelined by a hamstring injury. Asu Kepaoa (COVID protocols) returns in the centres so Luke Garner goes back to the forwards and Kelma Tuilagi moves to the bench. Jacob Liddle comes in at hooker to replace Jake Simpkin (head knock). Fa'amanu Brown will make his club debut from the bench in his first NRL game since 2019 at Canterbury. Alex Seyfarth and Junior Pauga drop off the bench. Zane Musgrove has been named to play despite suffering a pec injury against the Cowboys while Oliver Gildart (calf) and Thomas Mikaele (head knock) have been listed among the reserves and could be late inclusions.
Bulldogs: Jake Averillo has been recalled in the centres with Brent Naden off to the Wests Tigers. Back-rower Corey Waddell will miss the match after copping a heavy head knock against the Knights and his place is taken by Jackson Topine. Raymond Faitala-Mariner is again included among the reserves as he closes in on a return from a complicated foot injury.

Eels: A couple of changes for Brad Arthur with Marata Niukore returning from injury, pushing Bryce Cartwright to the reserves. Ryan Matterson has earned a start at lock after a strong season this year, shifting Nathan Brown to the bench. Maika Sivo has been named to return from an ACL injury in NSW Cup in the curtain-raiser to the NRL clash.
Sea Eagles: Tom Trbojevic has been named at fullback despite concerns over his knee but his brother Ben is out with a shoulder injury, his place taken by Morgan Harper. Josh Schuster is back from a calf injury on the bench, Andrew Davey goes into the starting side and Ethan Bullemor drops to 18th man.

Dragons: Cody Ramsey has been promoted to start at fullback at the expense of Tyrell Sloan who drops to the reserves. Jack Gosiewski comes into the starting side to replace Josh McGuire (groin). Francis Molo's younger brother Michael will make his NRL debut from the bench.
Warriors: Skipper Tohu Harris moves into the starting side after making his long awaited return last week via the bench. Euan Aitken has been named to return from concussion so Aaron Pene goes to the bench. Centre Jesse Arthars (shoulder) and five-eighth Chanel Harris-Tavita (groin) have been named among the reserves and are a chance of a call-up later in the week. Jazz Tevaga plays his 100th game for the Warriors.

Cowboys: The Cowboys are riding a five-game winning streak and have the luxury of naming an unchanged 17 yet again. Tom Gilbert racked up his third offence for the season with a high shot on Junior Tupou but he is clear to play after taking an early guilty plea and accepting a $3000 fine.
Storm: Jahrome Hughes returns at halfback after missing Magic Round due to a calf injury. Brandon Smith moves from the bench to prop in the absence of Nelson Asofa-Solomona (knee). Alec MacDonald and Dean Ieremia are the new faces on the bench with Chris Lewis dropping out.

Roosters: Victor Radley (ankle) is replaced at lock by Nat Butcher while Lindsay Collins has been named on interchange in his return from a high tackle suspension. Connor Watson is named to start at hooker but may swap on game day with Drew Hutchison as they did last week.
Panthers: The premiers roll out the same 17-man squad that took care of Melbourne in devastating fashion in Magic Round. They'll also be hoping to have coach Ivan Cleary back on deck after he missed the trip to Brisbane due to knee surgery.

Rabbitohs: Only the one change for Jason Demetriou with luckless back-rower Jacob Host (shoulder) out, meaning Trent Peoples will come in for the second game of his NRL career. Peoples has been named to start after impressing on debut against the Broncos a fortnight ago. Hame Sele is included in the reserves as he looks to make his way back from a calf complaint.
Raiders: Jack Wighton returns from a two-match ban with Brad Schneider the man the make way in a big call by coach Ricky Stuart. The Raiders will go with two left footers in their halves with Schneider named in the reserves. Zac Woolford gets another start at hooker with Adam Elliott named as 18th man. Prop forward Josh Papalii will play his 250th NRL game.

Titans: Justin Holbrook has named 17 that got the job done against the Dragons last week. Sam McIntyre accepted a $1000 fine for a dangerous contact charge and will be free to take his place on the bench. Outside backs Greg Marzhew, Brian Kelly and Patrick Herbert are among the reserves.
Sharks: A few changes for the visitors in reaction to last week's loss to the Raiders. Craig Fitzgibbon has swallowed his pride and returned Nicho Hynes to halfback, calling in rugby sevens convert Lachlan Miller for his first NRL game in the No.1 jersey. Hynes will replace Braydon Trindall in the halves alongside Matt Moylan. Dale Finucane (knee/head knock) is out, replaced by Royce Hunt at prop with Cameron McInnes remaining at lock. Wade Graham has been promoted to start with Teig Wilton moving back to the interchange. Andrew Fifita, on track to play his 200th game for the club, is the new man on the bench.
 
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How on earth did we get the Thursday night time slot.
 
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How on earth did we get the Thursday night time slot.
Brisbane have to have a prime time game on C9. Wasn’t going to be Friday night, so Thursday it is.
 

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Yeah I guess so. Just the perfect opportunity for this to be one of the few rounds of the season they don't get one.
 

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Putting a welfare check out there on Bulldogs fans.
You're bottom and sack the coach only to install Mick Potter as the caretaker :grimacing::grimacing:
 
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Nice cheating from the bunker to give the broncos a try.
 

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I have never been as ******* livid watching any game of sport before.

It’s just blatant ******* cheating.

* the NRL, * the bunker.
 
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Want to see Adam OBrien go off in the post match
 
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It was 12-14 at the time. The penalty was within range to make it 14-14.
It would’ve been a good finish.
It did look like they spat the dummy after that.

again teams on the bottom of the ladder get all the dud calls.
 

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Not obstruction apparently…

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It was 12-14 at the time. The penalty was within range to make it 14-14.
It would’ve been a good finish.
It did look like they spat the dummy after that.

again teams on the bottom of the ladder get all the dud calls.

That was the correct call have more an issue with the Gagai “no try” can we stop slowing things down to the 100th of a millisecond.
 

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How so? Obstruction doesn't change due to the angle of the tv camera's.

Doesn’t really impede him and honestly the player was going to a good acting school. As long as they are consistent (yes I know big IF) who cares how they rule on this. Just be consistent if that’s the standard it’s fine.
 

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Doesn’t really impede him and honestly the player was going to a good acting school. As long as they are consistent (yes I know big IF) who cares how they rule on this. Just be consistent if that’s the standard it’s fine.
But that's not the standard and hasn't been for years. This call is absolutely at odds with every obstruction call that's occurred in recent memory.

Just deciding on the fly that this is a new standard is beyond wrong.
 

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But that's not the standard and hasn't been for years. This call is absolutely at odds with every obstruction call that's occurred in recent memory.

Just deciding on the fly that this is a new standard is beyond wrong.

I just don’t feel they tried to stop the try and rather they were more worried about flopping. Don’t feel we should reward acting.

Don’t mind the call so long as there is consistent
 
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