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NRL 2021: Speed, skills have Reece Walsh firing in debut season

Speed, skills have Reece Walsh firing in debut season
After signing with the Warriors midway through the season, Reece Walsh has taken the NRL by storm. Anthony Seibold analysed the 19-year-old's rookie season in this week's edition of Game Plan
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Who really is the best try scorer in the NRL this season?

Who really is the best try scorer in the NRL this season?
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Ask any NRL fan who is the best try scorer so far this season and they will nearly always go to the leading try scorers list. They will nominate the player at the top of that list.
At the moment after 19 rounds, that player is South Sydney’s try-scoring machine, Alex Johnston. But is Alex Johnston really the best try scorer in the game this season?

Warriors captain bids farewell to the NRL

Roger Tuivasa-Sheck has played his last game for the Warriors.
The former Dally M player of the year will finish up with the club this week to enable him to return home before the New Zealand government completely pauses its Covid-19 travel bubble with Australia for at least eight weeks.
"We're hugely sympathetic to Roger's position," Warriors CEO Cameron George said.
"The government paused the travel bubble last week and announced it was giving New Zealanders seven days to return home. The reality is the border might be closed for more than eight weeks.
"Roger is going to rugby union with our blessing but if we require him to see out the rest of his contract he won't be able to return home until at least the end of September and maybe a lot later. It would seriously impact on his ability to make his start in union and we wouldn't want to see that happen.

NRL 2021: Warriors, South Sydney Rabbitohs, Nathan Brown, Reece Walsh, coacg says teen will benefit from lessons dished by Mitchell, Walker

The return of Latrell Mitchell may have sparked South Sydney's 60-22 NRL win over New Zealand Warriors but rival coach Nathan Brown warned it may have also provided inspiration for his livewire fullback Reece Walsh.
NSW X-factor Mitchell picked up where he left off from his impressive State of Origin campaign to comfortably outpoint opposite number Walsh in the Rabbitohs' 11-try romp at Sunshine Coast Stadium on Saturday.
Back from a post-Origin break, Mitchell dominated to finish with one try and a try assist along with two line breaks and six tackle busts while running 194m in a display that ex-Queensland half Cooper Cronk described on Fox League as "men playing against boys".

NRL 2021: Gold Coast Titans v St George Illawarra Dragons round 19

If all goes to plan for coach Justin Holbrook, David Fifita won't start for Gold Coast any time soon after his bold call to unleash his marquee man from the bench had spectacular results on Sunday.
A fired-up Fifita was unstoppable at times, wreaking havoc off the interchange to inspire a 32-10 thumping of St George Illawarra at Cbus Super Stadium and keep the Titans' finals dream alive.
It was almost men against boys as Fifita scored a barnstorming 34th-minute try and set up another, finishing with two line breaks, one line break assist and 13 tackle busts while running 127 metres.

NRL 2021: Gold Coast Titans, Toby Sexton, Sam Walker, Reece Walsh, Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow, Justin Holbrook

Toby Sexton will draw confidence from the way his representative schoolboy teammates have handled the step up to NRL level when he makes his debut for the Titans.
Sexton, who recently signed an upgraded contract with Gold Coast until 2024, has been watching teen stars Sam Walker, Reece Walsh and Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow shine in their rookie NRL seasons while he has been helping the Tweed Seagulls into third place in the Intrust Super Cup.
However, Titans coach Justin Holbrook said the 20-year-old halfback was NRL ready and he will finally get his chance against St George Illawarra on Sunday after Jamal Fogarty was ruled out with a hand injury.

Injury nightmare for Warriors as Penrith Panthers run away with victory

Tuivasa-Sheck could be set for at least a week on the sideline after suffering a sickening head knock making a tackle on Penrith playmaker Matt Burton.
Playing in the new position of five-eighth, we barely got a chance to see the skipper combine in the halves with Chad Townsend, his injury coming just three minutes after Harris’ departure.
Despite the carnage, the Warriors still led 10-4 midway through the first half. However, the premiership heavyweights eventually took control to hammer another nail in the coffin of the Kiwi side's playoff hopes.
Even before the run of injuries, there were signs that this was going to be a day to forget for the Warriors.

NRL 2021: Power Rankings, Jamie Soward, each team ranked 1-16 after round 18

For this week's Power Rankings, I took into account bubble life and how that's going to affect teams.
I was also a bit kinder in my assessment of a few sides because of how short the turnaround was to move to the Queensland hub.
With seven rounds to go, we should get a better read this weekend.
1. Melbourne Storm (1)
Just so professional. The trouble for Melbourne now is figuring out how to fit their best players in the top 17 when they're all fit. I called their game against the Knights and it was really good to watch. 
2. Penrith Panthers (2)
Expected them to struggle a little bit more with injuries. But they face the Broncos this week before playing the Storm - to all but decide the minor premiership - and the Roosters. The Panthers are tracking OK; they'll still finish in the top two and be a threat.

The Warriors have slumped to a sixth straight defeat, this time at the hands of the Penrith Panthers in Brisbane - 18-Jul-2021

The Warriors have slumped to a sixth straight defeat, this time at the hands of the Penrith Panthers in Brisbane
The Warriors have slumped to a sixth straight defeat, this time at the hands of the Penrith Panthers in Brisbane
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The 30-16 loss, was further marred by injuries to Roger Tuivasa-Sheck, Rocco Berry, Wade Egan and Tohu Harris.
Fullback Reece Walsh has taken heart from the fact they didn't have a bench to call upon in the second half.

Injury nightmare for Warriors as Penirth Panthers run away with victory

Tuivasa-Sheck could be set for at least a week on the sideline after suffering a sickening head knock making a tackle on Penrith playmaker Matt Burton.
Playing in the new position of five-eighth, we barely got a chance to see the skipper combine in the halves with Chad Townsend, his injury coming just three minutes after Harris’ departure.
Despite the carnage, the Warriors still led 10-4 midway through the first half. However, the premiership heavyweights eventually took control to hammer another nail in the coffin of the Kiwi side's playoff hopes.
Even before the run of injuries, there were signs that this was going to be a day to forget for the Warriors.

Depleted Warriors succumb to Penrith

Warriors try-scorer Rocco Berry
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The Warriors crashed to their sixth straight loss in a major dent to their top eight hopes, but no one could doubt their courage after never backing down despite having their bench cleared by half-time.
The Panthers showed no mercy, running in three second-half tries in 13 minutes to keep their hopes of a second straight minor premiership alive.
Depth wasn't a problem for the Panthers after welcoming back all five of their State of Origin players - Isaah Yeo, Kurt Capewell, Api Koroisau, Brian To'o and Liam Martin.
But it was a concern for Warriors coach Nathan Brown, who must have been tempted to pull the boots back on after losing inspirational skipper Roger Tuivasa-Sheck, their most experienced forward Tohu Harris, hooker Wayde Egan and centre Rocco Berry in quick succession.

NRL Round 18 Short-handed NZ Warriors succumb to Penrith Panthers

The win kept them equal on premiership points with first-placed Melbourne while the Warriors (5-12) are now two wins outside the top eight.
The Warriors' first lost go-to forward Tohu Harris to a suspected ACL tear in what was his return from a shoulder injury, before five-eighth and captain Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (concussion) copped an accidental knock making a tackle.
They soldiered on with tries off short balls to Wayde Egan and Rocco Berry, before they too left the field with shoulder and hamstring injuries respectively.
Egan will likely miss the rest of the season but still put his hand up to remain on the bench if needed as prop Matt Lodge stomached the prospect of playing the full 80 minutes without a substitution.

NRL 2021: NRL Fantasy, Winners & Losers, Round 17

Raiders halfback Sam Williams bagged two tries against Manly to top the round with 76.
While his spot in first grade looks assured for the rest of the year and he will make some fast cash in the short term, he hasn't been a Fantasy factor before and it's getting a bit late for cash cows.
Jason Taumalolo was the best of the likely captaincy options with 68 including a line break to set up a try and looks to have got his mojo back.
Bulldogs skipper Josh Jackson (66) gave his absolute all in a tight loss to the Roosters, Souths wingers Alex Johnston (69) and Taane Milne (64) each bagged hat-tricks in the rout over the Cowboys, Josh Hodgson scored well in his dual hooker/lock role and Joey Manu (63) scored heavily at fullback, as he tends to do.

NRL 2021: Braden Hamlin-Uele, Cronulla Sharks, try celebration, The Rock, WWE

After ensuring his place on highlight reels for years to come with his WWE antics on Sunday, Braden Hamlin-Uele hopes try celebrations become a regular occurrence in the NRL.
The Sharks prop's impression of The Rock's signature People's Elbow wrestling move resulted in Sportsbet donating $10,000 to the Men of League's Mose Masoe appeal as part of its Try July promotion.
And Hamlin-Uele, who pretended to punch teammate Jack Williams after barging over Warriors fullback Reece Walsh to score on Sunday, wants try celebrations to continue for more than just a month.
"One hundred percent - I mean, the NFL do it, we can’t we do it? It brings a bit of enjoyment to the fans," the front-rower said after Cronulla's gritty 20-12 victory at Netstrata Jubilee Stadium.

It's neck and neck between the Warriors and Sharks in their round 17 NRL match in Sydney - 11-Jul-2021

It's neck and neck between the Warriors and Sharks in their round 17 NRL match in Sydney
It's neck and neck between the Warriors and Sharks in their round 17 NRL match in Sydney
11 July 2021 - article from
A short time ago scores were level at six all heading towards half time.
Warriors fullback Reece Walsh scored in the 17th minute and converted his own try, but the Sharks responded, with halfback Connor Tracey finding the try line in the 23rd.

How Warriors playmakers are working to address late-game woes ahead of Sharks clash

"We definitely need to hand the ball over in a lot better positions," halfback Sean O'Sullivan said. "Last week we had a seven-tackle set, we had a play-one error, we had a kick on loose ground that (Dragons fullback Matt) Dufty picked up.
"We went through about how we hand the ball over in better situations and when we’re leading, how we should be thinking about handing the ball over. We should be learning by now.
"As a spine we really need to nail that down, especially in our close games because we’ve lost a couple that we should have won."

NRL 2021: Cronulla Sharks v New Zealand Warriors, round 17 preview

Team news
Sharks: Will Chambers is out of Cronulla's side to face the Warriors on Sunday as he needs to quarantine after a trip to Victoria for the birth of his third child.
Cronulla coach Josh Hannay on Friday said Connor Tracey was likely to switch to centre with Braydon Trindall coming into the starting side at five-eighth.
Five-eighth Matt Moylan remains sidelined by a calf injury after missing the Brisbane loss on Sunday.
The Sharks have won seven of their past eight games against the Warriors.
Warriors: Reece Walsh (hamstring) and Matt Lodge headline a raft of changes with the rookie No.1 again pushing Roger Tuivasa-Sheck to the wing and the Broncos recruit relegating Kane Evans to the interchange. 

NRL 2021: NRL Fantasy, Lone Scout Q&A

The hits keep on coming for Fantasy coaches with Tohu Harris sidelined and two of the most popular Fantasy centres suffering from coaching decisions in round 16.
This week I've delved into what to do with Tohu Harris, the implications for Tyrone Peachey and Matt Burton of last round's surprise role changes, bye-week captaincy options and late-season cheapies.
This week's big questions
Should I hold Tohu Harris or sell?
From Ryan Wall
Tohu Harris's shoulder injury last round was a huge blow for his owners, especially if you captained him. At time of writing there is nothing official from the club but it's expected he will miss around a month, although it could be less than that.

Today's sports news: What you need to know

Reece Walsh
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Fullback Reece Walsh and standoff Kodi Nikorima both return from injury lay-offs along with rookie centre Rocco Berry.
Together starting props Addin Fonua-Blake and Lodge will give the Warriors one of, if not, the biggest front rows in the club's history; the 189cm Fonua-Blake weighs in at 123kg, the 191cm Lodge 117kg.
With Lodge starting, the seasoned Kane Evans moves to the bench alongside fellow props Bunty Afoa, Leeson Ah Mau and Ben Murdoch-Masila.
Lodge, who has made 77 appearances for the Wests Tigers and Brisbane in his disrupted career, provides a major selection boost at a challenging time.

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