Waratarts v. Mighty Reds

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SCG, 7.15pm Saturday

Waratahs

Tom Robertson, Tom Horton, Harry Johnson-Holmes, Ned Hanigan, Rob Simmons, Lachlan Swinton, Michael Hooper, Jack Dempsey, Jake Gordon, Will Harrison, Alex Newsome, Karmichael Hunt, Lalakai Foketi, James Ramm, Jack Maddocks.

Andrew Tuala, Angus Bell, Tetera Faulkner, Tom Staniforth/Jed Holloway (pending Simmons fitness test), Hugh Sinclair, Mitch Short, Joey Walton, Ben Donaldson.

Reds

Dane Zander, Brandon Paenga-Amosa, Taniela Tupou, Angus Blyth, Lukhan Salakaia-Loto, Angus Scott-Young, Liam Wright, Harry Wilson, Scott Malolua, James O’Connor, Filipo Daugunu, Hamish Stewart, Hunter Paisami, Jordan Petaia, Jock Campbell.

Alex Mafi, Jack Straker, Zane Nonggorr, Tuaina Taii Tualima, Fraser McReight, Tate McDermott, Bryce Hegarty, Josh Flook.
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Thorn should be punched in the nuts for not starting McDermott.
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Zane "Mongo" Nonggorr to make his debut off the bench.

If he comes on early, it'd be close to a 400kg front.
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Thomas wrote:Zane "Mongo" Nonggorr to make his debut off the bench.

If he comes on early, it'd be close to a 400kg front.
Will be good to see Baby Thor have a waddle up the field.
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When I woke momentarily while “watching” the Red‘S game last week I saw Mongo on screen. Until then I assume that had just been an unfortunate photo. If anything it was rather flattering.
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Looks like a young George Smith:

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:lol: I got completely the wrong guy. You need fewer teams so we can follow your players better.
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We’ve been telling you non-Queensland scum all year about Mongo, but you laughed. “Haha”, you said, “no one is that mean and big and farkin’ scary.” But he is and he is and he really, really is. And he’s been reading your shit, and he’s not happy. Mongo mad.

Now it’s Mongo time. If anyone gets hurt it will be on your heads.
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Thomas wrote:Zane "Mongo" Nonggorr to make his debut off the bench.

If he comes on early, it'd be close to a 400kg front.
You forgot to add the hooker.
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Mr Mike wrote::lol: I got completely the wrong guy. You need fewer teams so we can follow your players better.
You confused him with another teenage prop.
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The lowly Tahs versing 15 deadset Wallabies

I hope they go easy on us.
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I'll be there.

Looking forward to that massive Reds forward pack demolish the NSW u85kg team.
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Mr Mike wrote::lol: I got completely the wrong guy. You need fewer teams so we can follow your players better.
This guy was in his schools First XV in Grade 9. He has played for two years in the Australian schoolboys side. A gigantic human. Looks like he has spent iso doing weights and 30m sprints.
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Just watched some highlight reels of him. He has thick legs.
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Sad news for Petaia
  • Jordan Petaia unlikely starter for Queensland following father’s death

    Wayne Smith
    August 7, 2020

    The sudden death on Wednesday night of Jordan Petaia’s father has thrown a cloud over the involvement of the 20-year-old Queensland and Wallabies sensation in Saturday night’s Super Rugby AU clash with New South Wales at the SCG.

    .. although the Reds on Thursday named him on the right wing, taking over from the injured Chris Feauai-Sautia, it was with no certainty that he would play after his father, Tielu, died of an apparent heart attack the previous night. He had been his son’s most ardent fan, venturing to Japan last year to see Jordan turn on star performances in his three World Cup Tests.

    The Reds will travel by charter flight to Sydney today, which gives Petaia until about lunchtime to decide if he will join his teammates on the flight south. But with Queensland having closed its borders to NSW, forcing the Reds back into a “clean” bubble, another factor he might have to consider is that, if he plays, he may not be permitted to go to the funeral on his return to Brisbane.

    https://www.theaustralian.com.au/sport/ ... 35bd551977
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shanky wrote:The lowly Tahs versing 15 deadset Wallabies

I hope they go easy on us.
15 Wallabies?!! :lol:

It’s 20 fwiw :|
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towny wrote:
shanky wrote:The lowly Tahs versing 15 deadset Wallabies

I hope they go easy on us.
15 Wallabies?!! :lol:

It’s 20 fwiw :|
I find it a bit disconcerting how you blokes measure a player by his thigh and buttock size.

You enthuse of their thighs, you blush over their buttocks

I'm not judging.
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You better hope Mongo doesn’t read that sh*t. Mongo likes his numbers.

NSW is the state of Hanigan and Hoiles - I can see why girth isn’t a big deal for you.
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You got me. :lol:

At least I now understand why you like Robertson so much.
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By the way, can we change the thread title?

It’s xenophobic and mysoginistic all at the same time. It’s basically hate speech.
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shanky wrote:By the way, can we change the thread title?

It’s xenophobic and mysoginistic all at the same time. It’s basically hate speech.
And your point is ?????

Reds should do this one at a canter .....
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Mongo better not turn out to be a pussy.
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Salient wrote:
shanky wrote:By the way, can we change the thread title?

It’s xenophobic and mysoginistic all at the same time. It’s basically hate speech.
And your point is ?????

Reds should do this one at a canter .....
Silence is violence, mate
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shanky wrote:By the way, can we change the thread title?

It’s xenophobic and mysoginistic all at the same time. It’s basically hate speech.
Done.
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Surging...surging...Go the Mighty Reds!!!
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Can't wait for this to start. It's always great when the Reds/fans are cocky-as-fudge. If they win we 'tah's fans can salute our lads' plucky courage, or blame the ref or whatever. If we knock them off we can sit and grin and watch the implosion. Win/win.

On a more serious note, is anyone else ordering in some uber-eats for this? I think I could be adventurous and go some espanol.
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Yup. If we happen to win, the bundy bottle will be getting an absolute smashing.
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Ellafan wrote:Can't wait for this to start. It's always great when the Reds/fans are cocky-as-fudge. If they win we 'tah's fans can salute our lads' plucky courage, or blame the ref or whatever. If we knock them off we can sit and grin and watch the implosion. Win/win.

On a more serious note, is anyone else ordering in some uber-eats for this? I think I could be adventurous and go some espanol.
The SCG too far west for you? :lol:
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NSW by 14. It is written.

Reds will be just as flat as the Ponies.
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Ellafan wrote: On a more serious note, is anyone else ordering in some uber-eats for this? I think I could be adventurous and go some espanol.
We've got a whole chicken cooking in rogan josh sauce on the go.

I'm 4 beers deep. This will be my last post for a while. I don't want to embarrass myself.
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Petaia out. NSW by 20+
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Thomas wrote:
Ellafan wrote: On a more serious note, is anyone else ordering in some uber-eats for this? I think I could be adventurous and go some espanol.
We've got a whole chicken cooking in rogan josh sauce on the go.

I'm 4 beers deep. This will be my last post for a while. I don't want to embarrass myself.
I went with a selection of tapas plates.

Pimientos de Piquillo Gambas y Bacalao
Vientre de Cerdo
Txistorra
Filete Ternera
Plus some Higos y Jamon.

To be washed down with a smooth Margaret River rosé .
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Let’s go
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Reds by 10 for me
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Zakar wrote:
Ellafan wrote:Can't wait for this to start. It's always great when the Reds/fans are cocky-as-fudge. If they win we 'tah's fans can salute our lads' plucky courage, or blame the ref or whatever. If we knock them off we can sit and grin and watch the implosion. Win/win.

On a more serious note, is anyone else ordering in some uber-eats for this? I think I could be adventurous and go some espanol.
The SCG too far west for you? :lol:
Oh you wag :lol:
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Harrison you greedy shit
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Awesome try Tahs
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grievous wrote:
Zakar wrote:
Ellafan wrote:Can't wait for this to start. It's always great when the Reds/fans are cocky-as-fudge. If they win we 'tah's fans can salute our lads' plucky courage, or blame the ref or whatever. If we knock them off we can sit and grin and watch the implosion. Win/win.

On a more serious note, is anyone else ordering in some uber-eats for this? I think I could be adventurous and go some espanol.
The SCG too far west for you? :lol:
Oh you wag :lol:
Across the harbour bridge?

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Nice try Tahs!
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I don’t think I’ve seen Jock Campbell have a good game yet, in 2 seasons
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