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NRL Premiership, Sunday, 7 July 2013 - Round 17 - NIB Stadium

Time
80.00
Team
South Sydney
Score
30
Team
Warriors
Score
13
South Sydney versus Warriors
Players Everingham (6min), Sutton (48min), Goodwin (67min, 75min), McQueen (80min) Tries 5 Tries 2 Players Mannering (27min), Hurrell (35min)
Players Reynolds 5/5 (100%) Conversions 5 Conversions 2 Players Johnson 2/2 (100%)
Players Penalty goals 0 Penalty goals 0 Players
Players Field goals 0 Field goals 1 Players Johnson 1/1 (100%)

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Match Tracker

South Sydney vs. Warriors

  1. 1 minute
  2. 2 minute
  3. 3 minute
  4. 4 minute
  5. 5 minute
  6. 6 minute South Sydney: Try Andrew Everingham
  7. 7 minute
  8. 8 minute South Sydney: Conversion Adam Reynolds
  9. 9 minute
  10. 10 minute Warriors: Substitution Off Sam Rapira Warriors: Substitution On Ben Matulino
  11. 11 minute
  12. 12 minute
  13. 13 minute South Sydney: Substitution Off Roy Asotasi South Sydney: Substitution On Jeff Lima
  14. 14 minute
  15. 15 minute
  16. 16 minute
  17. 17 minute
  18. 18 minute
  19. 19 minute South Sydney: Substitution Off David Tyrrell South Sydney: Substitution On George Burgess
  20. 20 minute
  21. 21 minute
  22. 22 minute
  23. 23 minute
  24. 24 minute
  25. 25 minute
  26. 26 minute Warriors: Substitution Off Jacob Lillyman Warriors: Substitution On Charlie Gubb
  27. 27 minute Warriors: Try Simon Mannering
  28. 28 minute South Sydney: Substitution Off Ben Te'o South Sydney: Substitution On Ben Lowe
  29. 29 minute Warriors: Conversion Shaun Johnson
  30. 30 minute
  31. 31 minute Warriors: Substitution Off Feleti Mateo Warriors: Substitution On Todd Lowrie
  32. 32 minute
  33. 33 minute Warriors: Substitution On Sam Rapira Warriors: Substitution Off Ben Matulino
  34. 34 minute South Sydney: Substitution On Roy Asotasi South Sydney: Substitution Off Jeff Lima
  35. 35 minute Warriors: Try Konrad Hurrell
  36. 36 minute
  37. 37 minute Warriors: Conversion Shaun Johnson
  38. 38 minute
  39. 39 minute
  40. HT Half time Warriors: Field Goal Shaun Johnson

South Sydney vs. Warriors

South Sydney vs. Warriors

  1. 41 minute
  2. 42 minute
  3. 43 minute
  4. 44 minute
  5. 45 minute
  6. 46 minute
  7. 47 minute
  8. 48 minute South Sydney: Try John Sutton South Sydney: Substitution On Ben Te'o South Sydney: Substitution Off Sam Burgess
  9. 49 minute
  10. 50 minute South Sydney: Conversion Adam Reynolds Warriors: Substitution On Jacob Lillyman Warriors: Substitution Off Charlie Gubb
  11. 51 minute
  12. 52 minute
  13. 53 minute
  14. 54 minute
  15. 55 minute
  16. 56 minute
  17. 57 minute South Sydney: Substitution Off Roy Asotasi South Sydney: Substitution On Jeff Lima Warriors: Substitution Off Sam Rapira Warriors: Substitution On Ben Matulino
  18. 58 minute
  19. 59 minute
  20. 60 minute Warriors: Substitution On Feleti Mateo Warriors: Substitution Off Todd Lowrie
  21. 61 minute South Sydney: Substitution On Sam Burgess South Sydney: Substitution Off George Burgess
  22. 62 minute
  23. 63 minute
  24. 64 minute
  25. 65 minute
  26. 66 minute
  27. 67 minute South Sydney: Try Bryson Goodwin Warriors: Substitution Off Elijah Taylor Warriors: Substitution On Todd Lowrie
  28. 68 minute
  29. 69 minute South Sydney: Conversion Adam Reynolds
  30. 70 minute South Sydney: Substitution Off Ben Lowe South Sydney: Substitution On George Burgess
  31. 71 minute
  32. 72 minute
  33. 73 minute
  34. 74 minute Warriors: Substitution On Elijah Taylor Warriors: Substitution Off Ben Matulino
  35. 75 minute South Sydney: Try Bryson Goodwin
  36. 76 minute South Sydney: Conversion Adam Reynolds
  37. 77 minute
  38. 78 minute South Sydney: Substitution Off Sam Burgess South Sydney: Substitution On Nathan Peats Warriors: Substitution On Sam Rapira Warriors: Substitution Off Jacob Lillyman
  39. 79 minute
  40. FT Full time South Sydney: Try Chris McQueen South Sydney: Conversion Adam Reynolds

South Sydney vs. Warriors

Statistics

Match Statistics
South SydneyWarriors

1 Greg Inglis

1 Kevin Locke

2 Nathan Merritt

2 Glen Fisiiahi

3 Bryson Goodwin

Try
2

3 Dane Nielsen

4 Dylan Walker

4 Konrad Hurrell

Try
1

5 Andrew Everingham

Try
1

5 Ngani Laumape

6 John Sutton

Try
1

6 Thomas Leuluai

7 Adam Reynolds

Conversion
5

7 Shaun Johnson

Conversion
2
Field Goal
1

8 David Tyrrell

Substitution Off
1

8 Sam Rapira

Substitution On
2
Substitution Off
2

9 Issac Luke

9 Nathan Friend

10 Roy Asotasi

Substitution On
1
Substitution Off
2

10 Jacob Lillyman

Substitution On
1
Substitution Off
2

11 Chris McQueen

Try
1

11 Feleti Mateo

Substitution On
1
Substitution Off
1

12 Ben Te'o

Substitution On
1
Substitution Off
1

12 Simon Mannering

Try
1

13 Sam Burgess

Substitution On
1
Substitution Off
2

13 Elijah Taylor

Substitution On
1
Substitution Off
1
Match Statistics
South Sydney Interchange Warriors Interchange

Nathan Peats

Substitution On
1

Ben Matulino

Substitution On
2
Substitution Off
2

Ben Lowe

Substitution On
1
Substitution Off
1

Todd Lowrie

Substitution On
2
Substitution Off
1

Jeff Lima

Substitution On
2
Substitution Off
1

Charlie Gubb

Substitution On
1
Substitution Off
1

George Burgess

Substitution On
2
Substitution Off
1

South Sydney vs Warriors

  • Possession

    South Sydney 52%
    52% 48%
    Warriors 48%
  • Sets

    South Sydney 38
    51% 49%
    Warriors 37
  • Completed sets

    South Sydney 30
    53% 47%
    Warriors 27
  • Completion rate

    South Sydney 79%
    52% 48%
    Warriors 73%
  • Tackles

    South Sydney 330
    49% 51%
    Warriors 344
  • Total runs

    South Sydney 164
    51% 49%
    Warriors 159
  • Total run metres

    South Sydney 1494m
    51% 49%
    Warriors 1440m
  • Hit-ups

    South Sydney 62
    52% 48%
    Warriors 57
  • Line breaks

    South Sydney 2
    33% 67%
    Warriors 4
  • Offloads

    South Sydney 9
    53% 47%
    Warriors 8
  • Kicks

    South Sydney 27
    61% 39%
    Warriors 17
  • 40-20 kicks

    South Sydney 0
    50% 50%
    Warriors 0
  • Kick metres

    South Sydney 690m
    60% 40%
    Warriors 466m
  • Penalties

    South Sydney 4
    44% 56%
    Warriors 5
  • Scrums

    South Sydney 6
    55% 45%
    Warriors 5
  • Missed tackles

    South Sydney 20
    40% 60%
    Warriors 30
  • Errors

    South Sydney 7
    41% 59%
    Warriors 10
  • | |
    South Sydney statistics
    Players POS MIN RUNS R.MTRS OFLD T/BR L/BR L/BR.AS TRY.AS KICKS K.MTRS
    Greg Inglis Fullback 80 14 129 0 4 0 0 0 1 23
    Nathan Merritt Winger 1 80 6 31 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
    Bryson Goodwin Centre 1 80 11 132 2 1 0 0 0 1 11
    Dylan Walker Centre 2 80 6 106 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Andrew Everingham Winger 2 80 6 54 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    John Sutton Five-eighth 80 8 70 1 0 0 1 1 10 328
    Adam Reynolds Halfback 80 6 47 1 5 0 0 2 12 311
    David Tyrrell Prop 1 18 4 22 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Issac Luke Hooker 80 12 93 2 4 0 0 0 1 2
    Roy Asotasi Prop 2 35 10 92 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Chris McQueen 2nd Row 1 80 10 95 0 4 1 0 0 2 15
    Ben Te'o 2nd Row 2 60 10 90 0 6 0 0 0 0 0
    Sam Burgess Lock 64 16 163 1 2 1 0 0 0 0
    Nathan Peats Interchange 3 2 18 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Ben Lowe Interchange 42 12 83 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
    Jeff Lima Interchange 45 11 83 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
    George Burgess Interchange 53 20 186 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
    South Sydney statistics
    Players POS MIN TACKES MISSED INEFFECTIVE PEN.CONC. ERRORS
    Greg Inglis Fullback 80 3 1 0 0 0
    Nathan Merritt Winger 1 80 4 1 0 0 1
    Bryson Goodwin Centre 1 80 16 2 1 0 1
    Dylan Walker Centre 2 80 18 2 0 0 0
    Andrew Everingham Winger 2 80 8 0 0 0 0
    John Sutton Five-eighth 80 30 3 0 0 0
    Adam Reynolds Halfback 80 18 2 1 0 0
    David Tyrrell Prop 1 18 11 1 0 0 0
    Issac Luke Hooker 80 33 1 2 1 0
    Roy Asotasi Prop 2 35 20 0 2 0 0
    Chris McQueen 2nd Row 1 80 29 4 1 0 0
    Ben Te'o 2nd Row 2 60 26 0 0 0 0
    Sam Burgess Lock 64 27 1 3 2 3
    Nathan Peats Interchange 3 3 0 0 0 0
    Ben Lowe Interchange 42 32 1 0 0 0
    Jeff Lima Interchange 45 26 0 1 1 1
    George Burgess Interchange 53 26 1 0 1 1
    Warriors statistics
    Players POS MIN RUNS R.MTRS OFLD T/BR L/BR L/BR.AS TRY.AS KICKS K.MTRS
    Kevin Locke Fullback 80 14 109 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Glen Fisiiahi Winger 1 80 9 155 0 3 1 0 0 0 0
    Dane Nielsen Centre 1 80 15 127 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
    Konrad Hurrell Centre 2 80 14 144 0 7 1 0 0 0 0
    Ngani Laumape Winger 2 80 13 132 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
    Thomas Leuluai Five-eighth 80 8 84 1 4 1 0 0 5 148
    Shaun Johnson Halfback 80 1 16 1 1 0 1 1 11 316
    Sam Rapira Prop 1 36 10 89 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Nathan Friend Hooker 80 2 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Jacob Lillyman Prop 2 53 12 98 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Feleti Mateo 2nd Row 1 51 11 90 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Simon Mannering 2nd Row 2 80 10 80 0 1 1 0 0 0 0
    Elijah Taylor Lock 73 10 68 1 1 0 0 0 0 0
    Ben Matulino Interchange 40 10 94 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Todd Lowrie Interchange 43 9 56 0 1 0 0 0 1 2
    Charlie Gubb Interchange 24 11 86 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Warriors statistics
    Players POS MIN TACKES MISSED INEFFECTIVE PEN.CONC. ERRORS
    Kevin Locke Fullback 80 8 2 1 0 2
    Glen Fisiiahi Winger 1 80 3 2 0 2 0
    Dane Nielsen Centre 1 80 8 0 2 0 1
    Konrad Hurrell Centre 2 80 22 1 1 0 1
    Ngani Laumape Winger 2 80 3 1 0 0 0
    Thomas Leuluai Five-eighth 80 9 2 3 0 1
    Shaun Johnson Halfback 80 8 0 2 0 2
    Sam Rapira Prop 1 36 15 5 0 0 0
    Nathan Friend Hooker 80 60 3 3 0 0
    Jacob Lillyman Prop 2 53 38 3 0 0 0
    Feleti Mateo 2nd Row 1 51 22 4 0 0 2
    Simon Mannering 2nd Row 2 80 33 1 1 0 0
    Elijah Taylor Lock 73 43 5 0 0 0
    Ben Matulino Interchange 40 28 0 0 2 0
    Todd Lowrie Interchange 43 32 0 0 0 0
    Charlie Gubb Interchange 24 12 1 0 0 1

    Latest Comments

    • Great game to watch by both sides. I do find it hard to believe that Souths have been the in form team this year, way out in front ladder wise and yet do not have any players selected for State of ...

      Joanne Gregory | July 07, 2013, 10:27PM

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    Top Players

    Tackles
    Player name Nathan Friend 60
    Runs
    Player name George Burgess 20
    Line Breaks
    Player name Chris McQueen 1
    Offloads
    Player name Bryson Goodwin 2

    Match Details

    Start time:
    6:30pm
    Weather:
    Fine
    Surface:
    Good
    Referees:
    Ashley Klein, David Munro
    Touch Judges:
    Steve Carrall, Adam Gee
    Video Ref:
    Steve Chiddy

    Live: South Sydney Rabbitohs v New Zealand Warriors

    Date

    Dominic Bossi

    The Warriors have won five in a row but can they topple a Rabbitohs outfit that is surging towards the minor premiership?

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    That's all from me tonight, thanks for following the live blog of Souths win over the Warriors and make sure to log on tomorrow night for Manly's clash against Parramatta.

     

    The Wrap: South Sydney continue their march to a first minor premiership in 24 years with a 17-point victory over the Warriors in Perth. Whatever Mark McGuire said to his players at half time worked as the Rabbitohs scored 24 unanswered points in the second half to clinch an impressive comeback. 

    Adam Reynolds missed out on selection for the Blues squad for Origin III but put in another classy performance that only places more pressure on Mitchell Pearce to retain the future no.7 shirt for NSW. The crafty halfback showed that his bag of tricks is seemingly endless with a superb instinctive volley to set up the first try of the match. 

    The Rabbitohs have the bye next week and play the Dragons on the July 22. 

    Meanwhile, the Warriors five-game winning streak has come to an end and while they will be disappointed to let it fade without scoring a second-half point, they can take a lot of pride out of this performance. They may have run out of steam late in the match but their defending - particularly on the goal-line- was impressive against the league favourites. They showed a willingness to take the match to Souths and even out-muscle one of the biggest forward packs in the competition. 

    The Warriors also have a bye next week before travelling to Leichhardt to take on the Tigers on July 19. 

    The Rabbitohs maintain their commanding lead at the summit of the NRL with an emphatic 30-13 win over the Warriors. 

    80th min: The win may be in the bag but the Rabbitohs are refusing to relax. Chris McQueen barges over the line for a deserved try to extend their lead. Reynolds makes it 5/5 to give Souths a 30-13 win. 

    75th min: Just minutes after a brilliant solo try, Bryson Goodwin has surely clinched the Rabbitohs comeback. The centre pounced on a loose ball from the Warriors to run 60-metres and score unopposed. Reynolds maintains his perfect rate off the boot to extend Souths lead to 24-13. 

    71st min: Frantic football, the Warriors deny the Rabbitohs a chance to cross the line only to cough up possession on the resulting play. An overlap on the left put Nathan Merritt into space and the winger looked certain to score try no.150. Though, an inspirational tackle by Konrad Hurrell not only denied Merritt, but robbed him of the ball. 

    69th min: Souths take the lead and in some style! Bryson Goodwin shows his class by breaking the Warriors line with a short kick to himself and then regaining possession to run past Kevin Locke to score. Another great solo try. Reynolds converts yet again and the Rabbitohs lead 18-13.

    66th min: The Warriors survived a barrage of pressure to escape unpunished. A John Sutton grubber narrowly evades the chasers and the visitors are still clinging to a one-point lead, 13-12 Warriors. 

    63rd min: Three Rabbitohs tacklers carry Dane Neilsen into touch ten metres out and on just the second tackle. Could this be a turning point in the match?

    Crowd: 20,221. A sign that Perth may be the next stop for NRL expansion?

    60th min: Sam Burgess is not having his best day at the office. The big Englishman tries to find Nathan Merritt with a cut-out pass but showed that he should leave that job to Reynolds and Luke. His awful attempt lands nowhere near the Rabbitohs winger and trickles into touch. 

    56th min: Johnson kicks out on the full to gift the Rabbitohs the ball in good territory. A sign that perhaps the Warriors are on the ropes. NZ lead 13-12.

    50th min: Laumape sends Adam Reynolds flying with an offensive shoulder charge. A massive hit on the nimble halfback who is in some pain as he receives treatment from the medical staff. 

    49th min: after many replays, the green light has been shown. Sutton scores, Reynolds converts and Souths trail the Warriors 13-12. 

    48th min: Souths may have scored their second try of the match in bizarre circumstances. Adam Reynolds placed a well-weighted kick which looked to have been knocked on by Chris McQueen via Konrad Hurrell's arm and eventually grounded by John Sutton. The video ref will solve this messy scenario but the referee has suggested it be a try. 

    44th min: The Warriors have a strong claim to being the second team of many rugby league fans and perhaps Souths will think about taking a different fixture to Perth next year. The crowd is becoming increasingly more vocal in their support of the Kiwis and the Rabbitohs are feeling the pressure in a match that is officially a home one. Warriors lead 13-6.

    42nd min: Sam Burgess concedes the first penalty of the second half and is placed on report for a high-tackle. Not the start the Rabbitohs had planned. 

    41st min: The second half is underway, 40 minutes for the Warriors to hold on and steal an unlikely victory. Do you think it can be done?

    WARL CEO John Sackson says that the crowd is over 20,000 and a great advertisement for the need of an expansion team, the West Coast Pirates to be established in Perth.

    An upset is on the cards as the Warriors lead 13-6 going into the break. 

    40th min: Shaun Johnson gives the Warriors a 7-point buffer going into half time with a clever field goal. 

    37th min: Johnson's kick is good, Warriors lead 12-6 as their name can be heard chanted throughout the stadium. 

    35th min: Konrad Hurrell scores a brilliant individual try. The powerful centre rolls over Bryson Goodwin and bursts through three more Souths defenders to cross over for his eighth try of the season. Fantastic solo effort. Warriors lead 10-6 KTC. 

    33rd min: Konrad Hurrell uses his brilliant low centre of gravity to burst through the Rabbitohs goal-line defence but desperate defending by Chris McQueen pops the ball out of Hurrell's arm as he crosses over. The video ref deems it a no-try and the Rabbitohs breath a sigh of relief. 

    31st min: The momentum has firmly swung in favour of the Warriors. A big hit by Ben Matulino on Chris McQueen echoes throughout the Stadium and seconds later, the Warriors receive a penalty to move to just 20-metres from the try-line. 

    27th min: The Rabbitohs brilliant defence finally unravels and they will be distraught with the ease in which the Warriors breached their line. A simple short ball by Johnson to Simon Mannering exposed a hole and the Warriors captain ran 10-metres to score under the posts. Johnson converts and it's 6-6 in Perth. 

    26th min: Nathan Friend comes close to scoring the Warriors first points of the evening when he darts between his marker and over the line. He was denied by a brilliant combined tackle of Burgess and Inglis who keep him off the ground. 

    24th min: Nathan Merritt crosses the line to score but his celebrations are cut short. Bryson Goodwin latched on to a Reynolds kick and offloaded during the tackle but the referee had called held as Goodwin passed. A let-off for the Warriors. Souths lead 6-0.

    20th min: The Rabbitohs are defending well but apart from that one moment of brilliance by Reynolds to set up Everingham, they're yet to produce anything exciting in attack. The Warriors are awarded a scrum 30-metres out from the try-line and could punish the hosts. 

    17th min: There's a patch of blinding sunlight deep in the Rabbitohs half and Shaun Johnson has been trying to exploit the sight of Souths defence with constant high balls but on each occasion, Greg Inglis proved that he is more than up to the task. On the last kick, Inglis out-leaped Kevin Locke to defuse the bomb. Souths lead 6-0.

    14th min: Adam Reynolds produces a try saving tackle that forces a knock-on from Dane Nielsen. The Warriors winger takes down a high ball but was tackled just five metres from the try-line while fumbling the ball. 

    10th min: That try came against the run of play as the Warriors had the Rabbitohs pegged deep in their own half early in the match. They've resumed their high-pressing defence and interestingly, Leuluai has taken over the kicking duties from Johnson on the last tackle.

    7th min: Reynolds adds the extras, Souths lead 6-0.

    6th min: Andrew Everingham scores the first try of the match on the back of an amazing volley kick by Adam Reynolds. The Rabbitohs half back received a poor pass at his feet and instinctively kicked into the far corner to find Everingham. Souths lead 4-0 KTC

    We're underway in Perth. The Warriors receive the ball and finish a good set with a precise kick from Shaun Johnson into the far corner. Inglis scurries to keep it into play and the Rabbitohs will have to play it from a metre out from their line. 

    A bumper crowd has packed out the new grandstand at NIB Stadium here in Perth and they don't know whether to cheer or boo when the Warriors run-out to the Darth Vader's score from Star Wars. 

    South Sydney are 1-17 with George Burgess preferred to his brother Thomas on the bench. 

    Late Mail: In a blow for the Warriors, Manu Vatuvei failed to overcome an injury he sustained against the Broncos last week and is replaced by Ngani Laumape

    Jacob Lillyman has been given the nod ahead of the hard-hitting Ben Matulino who will start from the bench .

    Hello and welcome to the live blog of South Sydney Rabbitohs match against New Zealand Warriors. Two months ago this game looked like it would barely be a contest but the resurgence of the Kiwis has this billed as a blockbuster in the making. The Warriors have won five on the trot to transform them from wooden spoon contenders to the potential dark horse of this season. Their powerful forwards and big backs have hit their form and will test the giant forward pack of the Rabbitohs.

    Officially this is a home game for the Bunnies but they'll find fewer numbers in the Burrow as they take this game to Perth. The Warriors are not renowned for their form on the road and this will be a big test in the furthest match they've played from home. 

     

     

    NIB Stadium, Perth, Sunday 6.30pm (AEST, 4.30pm local)
    Last meeting:
    Round 5 2013 - Rabbitohs 24 bt Warriors 22 at Mt Smart Stadium
    Head-to-head: Rabbitohs 8 Warriors 18
    Referees: Ashley Klein, Dave Munro
    TV: Channel 9 (delay 4pm)
    TAB Sportsbet:
    Rabbitohs $1.28 Warriors $3.75
    FootyTab: Warriors +8.5

    Phil Mitchell writes: Perth should be in for a treat when the two teams of the moment go at it on Sunday night. Souths have set the benchmark this season and are charging towards their first minor premiership since 1989. Not even atrocious weather could slow them down last Friday night as they whipped Canberra 32-2. The Warriors have been almost as impressive in racking up five successive wins for the first time in two years, including two against top-four teams Manly and the Roosters. The Warriors had a terrific tussle with Souths in round five before going down 24-22.  It was a typical of many of their past 10 clashes, six of which have been decided by six points or less. The extra two days Souths have had to prepare for this should give them the upper hand.

    Phil's tip: Rabbitohs by eight

    AAP writes: You’d be hard pressed to find two hotter teams, the Bunnies leading the log with eight wins from their last nine starts and the Warriors winning five straight. Perth is a long trip from Auckland however, and the Warriors have won just two of seven away games. The Warriors are sweating over the fitness of Manu Vatuvei and Russell Packer, yet either way, this is shaping as a bridge too far for the men across the ditch.

    Key: Both sides have great packs, but with the return of forwards George Burgess and Chris McQueen, Souths will be hard to stop.

    RABBITOHS: Greg Inglis, Nathan Merritt, Bryson Goodwin, Dylan Walker, Andrew Everingham, John Sutton, Adam Reynolds, Dave Tyrrell, Issac Luke, Roy Asotasi, Chris McQueen, Ben Te’o, Sam Burgess. Interchange: Nathan Peats, Ben Lowe, Jeff Lima, George Burgess, Tom Burgess, Justin Hunt, Dylan Farrell (three to be omitted).

    WARRIORS: Kevin Locke, Glen Fisiiahi, Dane Nielsen, Konrad Hurrell, Manu Vatuvei, Thomas Leuluai, Shaun Johnson, Sam Rapira, Nathan Friend, Ben Matulino, Feleti Mateo, Simon Mannering (capt), Elijah Taylor. Interchange: Russell Packer, Jacob Lillyman, Todd Lowrie, Dominique Peyroux, Ngani Laumape, Suaia Matagi, Charlie Gubb (three to be omitted).

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    • Great game to watch by both sides. I do find it hard to believe that Souths have been the in form team this year, way out in front ladder wise and yet do not have any players selected for State of Origin??? Any thoughts?

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      Joanne Gregory
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      July 07, 2013, 10:27PM

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