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Brisbane Broncos NYC 2012 Thread

maddley

maddley

The 17 was good. Little Nikorima was hard to handle at times. 
isaiah

isaiah

should only be hours till team for friday is announced 
isaiah

isaiah

broncos website has the 18 selected in alphabetical order, not in the right positions 
isaiah

isaiah

it is malley, coutts, hegarty, cullen, binge, oates, alvaro, levi, molo, kelly, leedy, jaggle, frisby, berwick, crowley, diffey, tuala, and coombe 
Hancock02

Hancock02

Broncos v Eels

1. Levi
2. Watson
3. Berwick
4. Leddy
5. Lumley
6. Hegarty
7. Cullen
8. Coombe
9. Binge
10. Alvaro
11. Timu
12. Coutts
13. Malley

14. Nikorima
15. Peeters
16. Seage
17. Adams 
Hancock02

Hancock02

Broncos NYC
The NRMA Insurance Brisbane Broncos have opened their NYC campaign with a gallant 24-16 loss to the Eels at a rain-soaked Parramatta Stadium on Friday.
Persistent rain made life tough for both sides throughout a tense and bruising encounter that saw the lead change hands five times.
The two sides could not be separated after 40 minutes as they headed into the sheds locked at 10-all.
The Eels struck early in the second half before the Broncos struck back through Travis Peeters to hit the front after 50 minutes.
But it was to be the Broncos' final lead of the afternoon as Parramatta scored twice in six minutes to hold on for a hard-fought win.
Caleb Timu, Jerome Leedy and Peeters all bagged tries for the visitors while skipper Bryce Hegarty kicked two-from-three with the boot.
Both sides were guilty of several handling errors early in the contest but it was the hosts who struck first blood when winger James Tuitahi crashed over out wide in the seventh minute to steal the early 4-0 advantage.
But the lead was short-lived as Brisbane back-rower Caleb Timu powered his way over from close range two minutes later, with Hegarty converting for 6-4.
The Broncos came agonisingly close to scoring their second try when Ben Malley was held up over the line in the 14th minute.
The visitors were soon forced to play from behind however, with Parramatta skipper Jason Wehbe crashing over for a converted try three minutes later to reclaim a four-point buffer.
A string of handling errors in the difficult conditions put the Broncos under heavy pressure, but Kurt Richards' men held firm with some heroic defence to keep the Eels at bay.
The visitors were rewarded for their staunch defence when right centre Leedy sped over after some clever lead-up work from his inside men to head to the sheds locked at 10-all.
The Broncos almost hit the front four minutes in when Timu unleashed a lethal 30m run but was unable to plant the ball in the slippery conditions.
Parramatta made the most of their major let-off when Luke Uikelotu powered over on 45 minutes for 14-10.
But once again the Eels' lead was short-lived as Peeters roared over under the posts for the Broncos' third try.
Hegarty made no mistake from directly in front to make it 16-14 the Broncos' way with half-an-hour remaining.
The lead changed hands for the fifth time in the contest when Wehbe laid on a pin-point kick for half-back Robbie Komoto to score for an 18-16 lead in the 64th minute.
The home side pulled further ahead when Kelepi Tangitoa stormed over five minutes later, with Wehbe converting to open up a match-winning lead.
Parramatta 24
Tries: Tuitahi, Wehbe, Uikelotu, Komoto, Tangitoa
Goals: Wehbe 2
Brisbane 16
Tries: Timu, Leedy, Peeters
Goals: Hegarty 2

http://www.broncos.com.au/news-display/Eels-Edge-Brave-Broncos-In-NYC/48096 
Hancock02

Hancock02

Terrible, only 50% completion. 
Hancock02

Hancock02

[INDENT]Broncos v Cowboys

1. Levi
2. Watson
3. Oats
4. Leddy
5. Lumley
6. Frisby
7. Cullen
8. Coombe
9. Binge
10. Alvaro
11. Timu
12. Coutts
13. Malley

14. Nikorima
15. Peeters
16. Seage
17. Adams [/INDENT] 
isaiah

isaiah

no chance against the better sides like tonight because of this, but for the development of the player and his future in being prepared better for nrl, it may be a success 
harrofam

harrofam

http://www.broncos.com.au/news-display/Young-Broncos-Down-Cowboys/48508
Young Broncos Down Cowboys
Matt Harris Friday 9 March 2012 7:56 PM

THE NRMA Insurance Brisbane Broncos NYC team recorded their first win of 2012 overcoming the Cowboys 26-20 in an intense encounter at Suncorp Stadium.
Both sides had plenty of opportunities to put the game away with the match undecided until an intercept try to halfback Cameron Cullen sealed victory for the hosts inside the last 10 minutes.
The Broncos struck early in the second half through a Louis Frisby try after a handling error close to the line gifted the five-eighth a four-pointer and the Brisbane a 20-14 lead.
North Queensland hit back in the 58th minute after Alex Elisala burst through the Broncos line to score next to the posts, Sam Foster added the extras to level the score at 20-all.
The scores remained deadlocked and with both teams not looking like adding the final blow it was Cullen’s intercept try in the 72nd minute which broke the back of the visitors.
Corey Oates extended the lead to a converted try and the home team held their nerve to see out the match and post a 26-20 victory.
Both sides had early opportunities to score but it was the Cowboys who struck first in the sixth minute with Chris Greusmul breaking through some lazy Broncos defence to open the scoring.
Brisbane had little time to settle back into their rhythm and were behind by two tries after Cowboys five-eighth Luke Abdul-Rahman scored to take give the visitors an early 8-nil lead.
Broncos back rower Caleb Timu opened the home team’s account in the 15th minute, proving to big and strong to handle close to the line.
Two minutes after their first try, the Broncos bagged their second in the 17th minute courtesy of a Daniel Levi line-break who weaved through the Cowboys defence and passed to winger Jarrod Watson who scored in the corner.
Corey Oates landed his conversion attempt from the sideline to make the Cowboys pay for their earlier missed conversions.
The home team extended their lead in the 31st minute after Josh Seage pounced on a loose ball to score next to the posts, Corey Oates converted to give the Broncos a 16-8 advantage.
The Broncos were dealt a blow shortly after Seage’s try with centre Jerome Leedy stretchered off.
The Cowboys added to the Broncos pain after poor handling on the halfway line resulted North Queensland winger Zac Santo outpacing Daniel Levi to score in the corner two minutes before halftime.
Cowboys half-back Sam Foster plotted the sideline conversion and the score remained the same for the first half with the home team leading 16-14.
BRISBANE BRONCOS NYC 26 (Caleb Timu, Jarrod Watson, Josh Seage, Louis Frisby, Cameron Cullen tries; Corey Oates 3 goals) defeated NORTH QUEENSLAND COWBOYS NYC 20 (Chris Grevsmuhl, Luke Abdul-Rahman, Zac Santo, Alex Elisala tries; Sam Foster 2 goals) at Suncorp Stadium.
Referee: John Kennedy 
Hancock02

Hancock02

Seagey good first up try!

Timu went well. 
Hancock02

Hancock02

ha ha what a complete u turn. 
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Hancock02

[INDENT]Broncos v Knights

1. Levi
2. Lumley
3. Koitka
4. Oats
5. Watson
6. Frisby
7. Cullen
8. Coombe
9. Binge
10. Alvaro
11. Timu
12. Coutts
13. Malley

14. Nikorima
15. Peeters
16. Seage
17. Adams



[/INDENT] 
Hancock02

Hancock02

He's tiny isn't he. Has a real dig though- funny how smaller players always have that in them. 
isaiah

isaiah

mitch moore, score a try in the tv game last week, this week get a run off the bench in nyc 
isaiah

isaiah

yeah, i've been converted by the career path of matt srama for the titans. starred in their sg ball team, then they were stupid enough to not play him the next season in their nyc side, he played some q cup as a 6 for the jets, then the next year made his mark in the nyc as a 9, then they preferred riley brown as their nrl hooker when friend got injured, but eventually they saw the light and he is becoming established in the nrl. 
Hancock02

Hancock02

Broncos Toyota Cup
A hat-trick from winger Tristian Lumley has propelled the Brisbane Broncos to a strong 24-16 Toyota Cup win over the previously undefeated Newcastle Knights at Hunter Stadium on Friday night.
The Broncos led 10-6 at half-time courtesy of tries to Lumley and second-rower Caleb Timu before another two to Lumley and a four-pointer to fellow winger Jarrod Watson guided Brisbane to their second win on the trot.
While Lumley may grab the headlines for his try-scoring efforts much of the credit for the Brisbane win must go to the determined Broncos try-line defence, particularly Timu and second-row partner Brett Coutts, for holding out wave after wave of Knights raids midway through the first half.
The Knights opened the scoring in the fourth minute when the Broncos defence let a Will Smith bomb bounce in the in-goal and Knights hooker Nathan Clarke was on the spot to touch down just 10 metres to the right of the uprights.
Smith converted to make it 6-0.
The Broncos hit back just a few moments later when Timu produced a bullocking run through the ruck before drawing the defence and popping a lovely pass to put fullback Daniel Levi into space.
He ran into Knights territory before floating the ball out to centre Zach Koitka and onto Lumley to dive over in the corner.
Corey Oates threaded the conversion from the sideline to make it 6-6 after nine minutes.
Brisbane hit the lead in the 16th minute when Timu bulldozed his way over the try-line from dummy-half on the back of a penalty against the Knights for a late hit on Louis Frisbey.
Oates swung his conversion attempt wide to leave the score 10-6 to the Broncos.
The match settled down from that point with both sides showing some dogged try-line defence to deny some good attacking raids.
Timu and Oates showed good strength to hold up Smith close to the line while down the other end, Frisby and Levi went close to scoring but were held up on last-play options and the sides went to half-time with the Broncos leading 10-6.
The Knights started the second half with venom with a bullocking run through the ruck from big prop Korbin Sims followed up by an incisive run from Adam Clydsdale to put the home side on the attack.
From the ensuing rucks Michael Steele sliced his way through for a try adjacent to the posts and Smith's conversion put the home side ahead 12-10.
The visitors weren't behind for long as they worked another penetrating play down the right side for Koitka to put Lumley on a 20-metre run to the corner for his second try of the night.
Oates missed from out wide but the Broncos were back in the lead 14-12.
The Broncos went in again virtually from the kick-off when halfback Cameron Cullen worked a run-around move to get on the outside of the defence and scoot away down the left sideline.
He drew the fullback before offloading to winger Jarrod Watson who sprinted away for the try.
Oates converted to make it 20-12 with just under half an hour remaining.
The visitors looked likely to extend their lead in the 63rd minute when Frisby stepped through the centre of the ruck 20 metres out before turning his pass inside for Coutts who spilt the ball with the try-line beckoning.
The Broncos kept up the pressure and were rewarded for their patient play just a few minutes later when Frisby threw a long ball for Lumley to dive over for his third of the night.
Oates missed his conversion from out wide to leave the score at 24-12 to Brisbane with 12 minutes to play.
The Knights gave themselves a slight chance of a comeback when they scored a late try but Smith missed the conversion to see the Broncos leading 24-16 with nine minutes left on the clock.
The Knights threatened in the final few minutes with a couple of breaks but a scrambling Broncos defence held on.
Lumley should have had his fourth for the night in the final seconds when a pin-point Frisby crossfield kick found the winger unmarked but the ball popped out of his hands as he dived for the mark.
But it mattered little as the siren sounded on a strong Broncos performance.
Brisbane Broncos 24
Tries: Lumley 3, Timu, Watson
Goals: Oates 2/5
Newcastle Knights 16
Tries: Redman, Steele, Hill
Goals: Smith 2/3

http://www.broncos.com.au/news-display/Lumley-powers-Broncos-past-Knights/48997 
Hancock02

Hancock02

Timu again impressive. 
Hancock02

Hancock02


Doesn't make a lot of sense. Has nothing to do with your previous flawed argument.

He played Jets' Colts in 09 and 8 Qld Cup games. He was 7 not 6. 
Hancock02

Hancock02

Broncos under-20s team to play South Sydney Rabbitohs, Saturday 2.30pm at Redfern Oval:
1 Daniel Levi
2 Jarrod Watson
3 Corey Oates
4 Zach Koitka
5 Tristian Lumley
6 Louis Frisby
7 Cameron Cullen
8 Stephen Coombe
9 Chris Binge
10 Daniel Alvaro
11 Caleb Timu
12 Ajuma Adams
13 Benn Malley
Interchange
14 Mitchell Moore
15 Travis Peeters
16 Josh Seage
17 Brett Coutts
Coach Kurt Richards 
isaiah

isaiah

good luck with your life, i gave up a long time ago caring what you think. you are just an inflated ego, think you are more important in the whole scheme of things than your small accomplishments show. 
broncos4life

broncos4life

Translation: I have no idea what I'm talking about so I'm going to leave while having another ill informed dig at you, to try and save whatever dignity I have left 
SonicStar

SonicStar

Number 12 for you guys tried to put a big hit on our centre and came off second best with a fractured jaw and a few teeth missing 
Hancock02

Hancock02

Souths smashed us through the middle, ruck defence was average slipping back now a bit and they have to string a few wins together. They're so up and down. 
Hancock02

Hancock02

1 Daniel Levi
2 Ryan Diffey
3 Corey Oates
4 Zach Koitka
5 Tristian Lumley
6 Louis Frisby
7 Cameron Cullen
8 Stephen Coombe
9 Mitchell Moore
10 Daniel Alvaro
11 Caleb Timu
12 Chris Binge
13 Benn Malley
Interchange
14 Kodi Nikorima
15 Travis Peeters
16 Josh Seage
17 Brett Coutts

Coach Kurt Richards

Nikorima avoided suspenstion this week and wins his spot back, few changes in there. 

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