NRL NRL 2022 Season - Round 12(Indigenous Round)

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Thursday 26th May
Melbourne vs Manly-Warringah (AAMI Park - 19:50)

Friday 27th May
Penrith vs North Queensland (BlueBet Stadium - 18:00)
Brisbane vs Gold Coast (Suncorp Stadium - 19:55)

Saturday 28th May
New Zealand vs Newcastle (Moreton Daily Stadium, Redcliffe - 15:00)
South Sydney vs Wests Tigers (Accor Stadium - 17:30)
Cronulla-Sutherland vs Sydney Roosters (PointsBet Stadium - 19:35)

Sunday 29th May
Canterbury vs St.George-Illawarra (Belmore Sports Ground - 14:00)
Canberra vs Parramatta (GIO Stadium - 16:05)

National Rugby League respects and honours the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.

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Storm: Jahrome Hughes (calf) makes a return to the halves, allowing Harry Grant to go back to hooker and Brandon Smith to an impact role off the bench. Nelson Asofa-Solomona (knee) remains sidelined with Tui Kamikamica to start at prop for a consecutive week. Chris Lewis drops back to 18th man.
Sea Eagles: Reuben Garrick moves to fullback with Tom Trbojevic (shoulder) likely to miss the remainder of the season. Veteran winger Jorge Taufua has been named for his first NRL game since round 17, 2020, in Garrick's place. Martin Taupau is out with Ethan Bullemor the new man on the interchange. Jason Saab (toe) is listed in the reserves as he edges closer to a return.

Panthers: No changes to the squad which downed the Roosters. Since star winger Brian To'o returned from injury in round nine, the premiers have had the luxury of rolling out the same starting 13 against the Eels, Storm, Roosters and now the Cowboys
Cowboys: A couple of forced changes for the visitors with Kyle Feldt (knee) out for six weeks and Jason Taumalolo (knee) also sidelined. Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow replaces Feldt on the wing while Coen Hess will start at lock. Jake Granville and Jamayne Taunoa-Brown are the new men on the interchange. Mid-season recruit Brendan Frei is listed in the reserves.

Broncos: There are no changes for the home side with Ezra Mam to get another game in the halves with Adam Reynolds (hamstring) left out as precaution after pulling up tight at training this week. The Broncos have a bye in round 13 meaning the skipper will get an additional week off and look to return against the Raiders on June 11.
Titans: Brian Kelly replaces Phil Sami (knee) in the backline while Jaimin Jolliffe comes onto the bench for Herman Ese'ese, who moves to the reserves. David Fifita (knee) has been included in the extended squad and his return can't come soon enough for the Titans who have lost five of their past six matches.

Warriors: Chanel Harris-Tavita returns to five-eighth with Daejarn Asi moving to the reserves. Addin Fonua-Blake (foot) is out, replaced by Jazz Tevaga at prop. Freddy Lussick will start at hooker in Tevaga's place with Taniela Otukolo the new man on the bench. Mid-season recruit Dunamis Lui is included in the extended squad after joining the club this week.
Knights: Enari Tuala comes in for Bradman Best (dislocated elbow) at left centre while Jake Clifford is back after a three-week break, replacing Adam Clune at halfback. Clifford will partner Anthony Milford in the halves after the former Bronco made his return to the NRL last week.

Rabbitohs: Inspirational skipper Cameron Murray is listed among the reserves and looks to be on track for a return from a shoulder injury just in time for Blues Origin selection. Murray has missed the Rabbitohs' last two games after undergoing a procedure on his shoulder.
Prop Mark Nicholls plays his first game since round four after recovering from an ankle injury. Nicholls joins the bench with Hame Sele promoted to the starting side and Trent Peoples dropping out. Tevita Tatola and Taane Milne have both been named and will be monitored after suffering head knocks against Canberra.
Wests Tigers: Two huge inclusions for the Tigers with Daine Laurie returning at fullback after missing four games with a knee injury and Luke Brooks back at five-eighth after one game out with a hamstring problem. Starford To'a moves from fullbacl to centre while Tyrone Peachey and Jock Madden drop out. Asu Kepaoa (COVID protocols) is back on the wing so Junior Tupou misses out.
Jake Simpkin (head knock) returns at hooker pushing Jacob Liddle to the reserves list. David Nofoaluma (concussion) is listed among the reserves and may be a late call-up closer to game day.

Sharks: Will Kennedy returns from suspension at fullback with last week's impressive debutant Lachlan Miller named 18th man. Siosifa Talakai picked up an ankle injury on the Gold Coast but has been named to play.
Roosters: Sitili Tupouniua returns from a head knock in a boost for the Roosters. He comes onto the bench in place of Egan Butcher in the only change to the side beaten by Penrith. Terrell May retains his spot after a strong debut off the bench last week.

Bulldogs: Flyer Josh Addo-Carr is back after missing last week's game due to illness with Jayden Okunbor making way. Corey Waddell returns from a head knock in the back row so Joe Stimson drops to the reserves.
Dragons: Veteran hooker Andrew McCullough will make an early return from a thumb injury via the bench, sending Jayden Sullivan to the reserves. Cody Ramsey's recent form looks to have secured him the No.1 jersey for the remainder of the season.

Raiders: Massive ins for Ricky Stuart with halfback Jamal Fogarty set to play his first game of the season after recovering from a knee injury and skipper Jarrod Croker back from a shoulder injury for career game No.293. Brad Schneider drops to the reserves and Seb Kris moves to the bench. Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad will miss the game with a hamstring injury and his place at fullback is taken by Xavier Savage.
Ryan Sutton joins the bench and Harry Rushton drops out.
Eels: Waqa Blake makes his comeback from a knee injury on the wing so Hayze Perham drops out. Cult hero Maika Sivo made a successful return through NSW Cup last weekend and is listed among the reserves but may be held back until after the round 13 bye.
 

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Spoon bowl on Saturday arvo?
 

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The Friday 6pm game is the worst for attendance I'd have thought. Handy if you work right next to the ground but nigh on impossible for most punters to get to.

It's why Newcastle often get so many - with a huge stack of miners working in the area, they assume they all knock off earlier and can therefore make them.

The Warriors also used to get them often when they played in NZ as that's obviously 8pm over there.
 
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No Harry Grant for Thursday night now
 

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I haven't watched the Warriors for a couple of weeks. Surely the Knights win?
I wouldn't have thought so.

Game could seriously end 0-0.

No Lodge and now AFB out is a blow to your props.
 

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Interesting character is Munster.

Hell of a footballer though.
 

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Never in doubt though, was it?

Just watched Titans/Broncos. I'll just say this: Big Tino and Jayden Campbell hardly deserved to be on the losing side; what a shift they both put in.
 

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Never in doubt though, was it?

Not from about the 2nd minute.

Just watched Titans/Broncos. I'll just say this: Big Tino and Jayden Campbell hardly deserved to be on the losing side; what a shift they both put in.

Probably not, but what a comeback from Brisbane.
 

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JC is a cracking player, though. It's part of the joy of rugby league to see young lads like him dancing around defences.
 
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Did knights think this was a 5.30 game? Haven’t turned up yet
 
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Walsh. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣


What a conversion attempt
 

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Terrible half from the Eels, full of dropped balls, bad passes and poor set plays. We don't look like one of the Premiership contenders at the moment.
 

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Brilliant defensive effort in the second half helped Parramatta's win today. One of the best games I've seen from Dylan Brown, his ability to break the line was the biggest difference between the two teams.
 

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Always been suspicious of him since he was at Huddersfield, and they had a team on the brink of silverware (with literally seconds to go), and they bottled it.

And BTW, so little interest that no-one even bothers to post about the Challenge Cup Final?

Has it come to this?
 

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