Sunday, May 2, 2010

Kiwis Squad:Where's The Power?

After watching the League show 40/20 I was a bit, in fact, hugely shocked on the selection of the New Zealand Kiwis to take on the fearsome Australians. Before I saw the selection I asked my dad "Do you think the Kiwis will win against Australia?" Not surprisingly he said "Yes". I asked him why New Zealand would have the upper hand on this. He said they would win because we have the forward pack. I thought for a minute and he was right. We got Moimoi,Pritchard,Blair,Lima and Bronson Harrison. That really would have made the difference to the game on Friday because the only exceptional Prop from Australia would Petero Civinacioeva. But to my surprise Moimoi and Jeff Lima were not selected. Stephen Kearney has probably left out one of the most Dynamic Props in the game right now.

The Kiwis Squad:                                                                                                                                     Adam Blair (Melbourne), Kieran Foran (Manly), Alex Glenn (Brisbane), Bronson Harrison (Canberra), Aaron Heremaia (New Zealand), Lance Hohaia (New Zealand), Issac Luke (South Sydney), Sika Manu (Melbourne), Benji Marshall (Wests Tigers), Steve Matai (Manly), Ben Matulino (New Zealand), Jason Nightingale (St George Illawarra), Frank-Paul Nuuausala (Sydney), Sam Perrett (Sydney), Sam Rapira (New Zealand), Junior Sa'u (Newcastle), Zeb Taia (Newcastle), Jared Waerea-Hargreaves (Sydney) 

The game on Friday will be one game to watch as we see three debutant's playing for the Kiwis and they are Alex Glenn,Zeb Taia and Warrior's hooker Aaron Heremaia. It will be intresting to see the pressure on these spectacular debutant's. Watch the game this Friday at 9:30 PM GO THE KIWIS!!!!!!


Nga Kaituhi o PES said...

Hey Tanielu, Now I know why everyone is counting down until sounds like it's going to be a cracker! I'll look forward to your action packed report.

Mrs Nua

Mum said...

Good post Dan, I agree with you in that there could have been some better choices to help on the 'Power' side of things. Well it's the week after and we lost. I wonder if choices for the next Kiwi round will change. Keep up the good posting.
Love mum