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The favorites are off to a bad start


Sydney Roosters star Luke Keary breaks jaw during training

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Published: January 31 2018 - 9:56PM

Luke Keary has broken his jaw at training in a blow that will prevent the Roosters from trialling the new-look halves pairing with Cooper Cronk ahead of the NRL season kick off.

Keary has had a plate inserted after sustaining the injury during a physical field session. The setback is expected to sideline the premiership-winning pivot for up to four weeks, ruling him out of any of the club's trial matches.

However, Keary is expected to be fit for the opening round clash against Wests Tigers at ANZ Stadium.

The Roosters are the premiership favourites after adding James Tedesco and Cooper Cronk to an already star-studded line up.

Cronk and Keary will be the tri-colours' new halves pairing after Mitchell Pearce was released to Newcastle, but fans will have to wait to see the combination in action.

This story was found at: http://www.smh.com.au/rugby-league/sydney-roosters-star-luke-keary-breaks-jaw-during-training-20180131-h0rjzh.html

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cowboys look awesome - best halves in the game and big ripping forward pack. If JT stays fit they win
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Knights, Dragons, Bunnies & Eels will be the big improvers
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I'm sure the Roosters will survive, they do work on a 20 million cap

Eels will finish top 4 again, they had a big year last year
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I'm a maths dud when it comes to working out market percentages, and much more math too, but that looks a supremely scungy market to me.
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I'm a maths dud when it comes to working out market percentages, and much more math too, but that looks a supremely scungy market to me.

122% I believe...not too bad
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Confirmed player moves for the 2018 NRL Telstra Premiership season.

Broncos

Ins: Jack Bird (Sharks), Andre Savelio (Warrington Wolves), Patrick Mogo (Cowboys)

Outs: Ben Hunt (Dragons), Benji Marshall (Wests Tigers), Tautau Moga (Knights), Jai Arrow (Titans), Herman Ese'ese (Knights), Francis Molo (released) , Adam Blair (Warriors)

Raiders

Ins: Charlie Gubb (Warriors), Liam Knight (Roosters), Sam Williams (Wakefield Trinity), Michael Oldfield (Panthers), Brad Abbey (Bulldogs), Sitiveni Moceidreke (Rabbitohs) Craig Garvey (Bulldogs), Siliva Havili (Dragons)

Outs: Jordan Turner (Huddersfield Giants), Dave Taylor (Toronto Wolfpack), Scott Sorensen (Sharks), Lachlan Croker (Sea Eagles), Clay Priest (Bulldogs), Adam Clydsdale (released), Erin Clark (released) 

Bulldogs

Ins: Kieran Foran (Warriors), Aaron Woods (Wests Tigers), Fa'amanu Brown (Sharks), Ofahiki Ogden (Warriors), Jeremy Marshall-King (Wests Tigers), Clay Priest (Raiders), Mason Cerruto (Panthers)

Outs: James Graham (Dragons), Josh Reynolds (Wests Tigers), Sam Kasiano (Storm), Tyrone Phillips (released), Craig Garvey (Raiders), Richie Kennar (Rabbitohs), Brad Abbey (Raiders), Tyrone Phillips (Panthers)

Sharks

Ins: Josh Dugan (Dragons), Aaron Gray (Rabbitohs), Ava Seumanufagai (Wests Tigers), Scott Sorensen (Raiders), Braden Uele (Cowboys), Matt Moylan (Panthers)

Outs: Jack Bird (Broncos), Gerard Beale (Warriors), Fa'amanu Brown (Bulldogs), Daniel Mortimer (Leigh Centurions), Manaia Cherrington (Warriors), Jordan Drew (released), Jeremy Latimore (Dragons), Chris Heighington (Knights), James Maloney (Panthers)

Titans

Ins: Jai Arrow (Broncos), Brendan Elliot (Knights), Keegan Hipgrave (Broncos), Mitch Rein (Panthers), Leilani Latu (Panthers)

Outs: Chris McQueen (Wests Tigers), Leivaha Pulu (Warriors), Tyrone Roberts (Warrington Wolves), Tyler Cornish (released), Nathaniel Peteru (Leeds Rhinos), Paterika Vaivai (Leigh Centurions), Daniel Vidot (retired), Brenton Lawrence (retired), Jarryd Hayne (released)

Sea Eagles

Ins: Toafofoa Sipley (Warriors), Jack Gosiewski (Rabbitohs), Lachlan Croker (Raiders)

Outs: Brenton Lawrence (retired), Steve Matai (retired), Brett Stewart (retired), Blake Green (Warriors), Pita Godinet (Wests Tigers)

Storm

Ins: Sam Kasiano (Bulldogs), Ryan Hoffman (Warriors), Patrick Kaufusi (Cowboys), Sandor Earl (unattached), Ryan Papenhuyzen (Wests Tigers), Billy Walters (Brisbane Easts), Cooper Johns (Sea Eagles), Kayleb Milne (NZ rugby)

Outs: Cooper Cronk (Roosters), Tohu Harris (Warriors), Jordan McLean (Cowboys), Robbie Rochow (Wests Tigers), Jesse Arthars (Rabbitohs), Slade Griffin (Knights), Mark Nicholls (Rabbitohs)

Knights

Ins: Kalyn Ponga (Cowboys), Connor Watson (Roosters), Aidan Guerra (Roosters), Tautau Moga (Broncos), Herman Ese'ese (Broncos), Slade Griffin (Storm), Jacob Lillyman (Warriors), Chris Heighington (Sharks), Mitchell Pearce (Roosters)

Outs: Dane Gagai (Rabbitohs), Rory Kostjasyn (retired), Sam Mataora (retired), Mickey Paea (Hull FC), Anthony Tupou (retired), Joe Wardle (Castleford Tigers), Josh Starling (retired), Jack Stockwell (released), Pauli Pauli (released), Jaelen Feeney (released), Peter Mata'utia (Leigh Centurions), David Bhana (released), Tyler Randell (Wakefield Trinity), Chanel Mata'utia (released)

Cowboys

Ins: Carlin Anderson (Townsville Blackhawks), Jordan McLean (Storm)

Outs: Kalyn Ponga (Knights), Ray Thompson (retired), Patrick Kaufusi (Storm), Braden Uele (Sharks), Patrick Mogo (Broncos)

Eels

Ins: Kane Evans (Roosters)

Outs: Semi Radradra (rugby union), Isaac De Gois (retired), Bureta Faraimo (Hull FC), James Hasson (released), Jeff Robson (retired)

Panthers

Ins: Tyrone Phillips (Bulldogs), James Maloney (Sharks)

Outs: Sitaleki Akauola (Warrington Wolves), Zach Dockar-Clay (Hull Kingston Rovers), Peta Hiku (Warrington Wolves), Samisoni Langi (Leigh Centurions), Darren Nicholls (Dragons), Matt Moylan (Sharks), Mitch Rein (Titans), Leilani Latu (Titans), Mason Cerruto (Bulldogs)

Rabbitohs 

Ins: Dane Gagai (Knights), Jesse Arthars (Storm), Mark Nicholls (Storm), Richie Kennar (Bulldogs)

Outs: Bryson Goodwin (Leigh Centurions), Aaron Gray (Sharks), David Tyrrell (released), Anthony Cherrington (released), Luke Kelly (released), Dane Nielsen (released), Jack Gosiewski (Sea Eagles), Sitiveni Moceidreke (Raiders)

Dragons

Ins: James Graham (Bulldogs), Ben Hunt (Broncos), Jeremy Latimore (Sharks), Darren Nicholls (Panthers), Mitch Allgood (Wakefield Trinity)

Outs: Josh Dugan (Sharks), Russell Packer (Wests Tigers), Mose Masoe (Hull Kingston Rovers), Will Matthews (Widnes Vikings), Tyrone McCarthy (Salford Red Devils), Taane Milne (Wests Tigers), Josh McCrone (Toronto Wolfpack), Drew Hutchison (Leigh Centurions), Siliva Havili (Raiders)

Roosters

Ins: James Tedesco (Wests Tigers), Cooper Cronk (Storm), Reece Robinson (NSW Waratahs)

Outs: Kane Evans (Eels), Aidan Guerra (Knights), Connor Watson (Knights), Liam Knight (Raiders), Paul Carter (released), Mitchell Pearce (Knights)

Warriors 

Ins: Tohu Harris (Storm), Gerard Beale (Sharks), Leivaha Pulu (Titans), Manaia Cherrington (Sharks), Adam Blair (Broncos), Peta Hiku (Warrington Wolves), Matiu Love-Henry (Norths Devils), Blake Green (Sea Eagles)

Outs: Kieran Foran (Bulldogs), Manu Vatuvei (Salford Red Devils), Ben Matulino (Wests Tigers), Bureta Faraimo (Hull FC), Charlie Gubb (Raiders), Toafofoa Sipley (Sea Eagles), Ryan Hoffman (Storm), Jacob Lillyman (Knights), Bodene Thompson (Leigh Centurions)

Wests Tigers

Ins: Josh Reynolds (Bulldogs), Benji Marshall (Broncos), Russell Packer (Dragons), Ben Matulino (Warriors), Chris McQueen (Titans), Mahe Fonua (Hull FC), Taane Milne (Dragons), Robbie Rochow (Storm), Corey Thompson (Widnes Vikings), Pita Godinet (Sea Eagles)

Outs: James Tedesco (Roosters), Aaron Woods (Bulldogs), Matt Ballin (retired), Joel Edwards (released), Justin Hunt (retired), Jack Littlejohn (released), Kyle Lovett (released), Jordan Rankin (Huddersfield Giants), Ava Seumanufagai (Sharks), Jeremy Marshall-King (Bulldogs)

 

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Storm $1.22 to make the 8

They should be shorter than Winx
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Warriors look specials to get the spoon I reckon. Presently $7.50
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Warriors might surprise and come 2nd last

I think the Raiders are a big chance of the spoon

Hooker is out for 20 weeks, forwards are too big not mobile enough, Tapine is the best mobile forward and he comes off the bench, only 2 good backs ( Rapana and Cotic) while Leilua wants to fight every time he runs,fullback is woeful, Croker is ok but nothing special and the 6/7 are too hot and cold
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Roosters Top 4 $1.80 looks fair price
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Storm $1.22 to make the 8

They should be shorter than Winx


Cows $1.25 good price too
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I'm a mad Panther supporter. However, am just about ready to give up on them. Both Gould & Griffin have a lot of explaining to do. So much for the laying down the foundations for a dynasty that they rattled on about a few years ago. Fell into the semis last year & struggled to score a point - yet they have a bloke like Moylan sitting in the grandstands fully fit & wanting to play. Never seen that happen before in my life. Then they end up swapping him for Maloney ( did they really expect to keep hiim after the way he was treated). Now Maloney is a great footballer - but really he is coming to the end of his career. Moylan is destined to be a superstar. They also let go of Martin half way through the season to the Cowboys....& he played strongly......& now they lose Cartwight to the Titans. Just as well they have the biggest nursery in the NRL because they are going to need them the way they are burning them up. Really jacked off with them !
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Also not convinced the Roosters deserve to be favourites. Have a feeling when things get a bit tough a few players will remember some of the underhanded off-season decisions taken by the management.
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& am predicting a shocker for Canberra. Stuart's coaching style wears thin pretty quickly. He has a habit of spitting the dummy when things don't go his way so I expect some fireworks from him this year. It will be everyone else's fault - refs , players , management. No one should ever forget the way he treated Parra - talk about promising the world & delivering bugger all !
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I think the Newcastle Roosters are overs at $31
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I think the Newcastle Roosters are overs at $31
Yes - they have the best "feeder" team in the comp
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I'm more interested in why Bellamy cottoned on to this overweight ambling alp and would be thug Kasiano, although I'm not a bulldog fan I had a lot of time for Des but he could only get 18 minutes a half out of this bloke, he's better of playing water polo with that big mitt of his, inflatable help off course.
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I'm more interested in why Bellamy cottoned on to this overweight ambling alp and would be thug Kasiano, although I'm not a bulldog fan I had a lot of time for Des but he could only get 18 minutes a half out of this bloke, he's better of playing water polo with that big mitt of his, inflatable help off course.

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I'm more interested in why Bellamy cottoned on to this overweight ambling alp and would be thug Kasiano, although I'm not a bulldog fan I had a lot of time for Des but he could only get 18 minutes a half out of this bloke, he's better of playing water polo with that big mitt of his, inflatable help off course.

Kasiano a would be thug ? seriously ? he's just a big unit , under Des he wasn't allowed to be lean and mean if you recall the start of last season Kasiano had trimmed down for his wedding to about what he looks like now but when the season started Des told him he needed to bulk up that's why he could only get 20 mins a game , I reckon he will have a great year under Bellamy.
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He is only 27. Being more mobile now his best years should be still in front of him
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Originally posted by Carioca Carioca wrote:

I'm more interested in why Bellamy cottoned on to this overweight ambling alp and would be thug Kasiano, although I'm not a bulldog fan I had a lot of time for Des but he could only get 18 minutes a half out of this bloke, he's better of playing water polo with that big mitt of his, inflatable help off course.


Kasiano a would be thug ? seriously ? he's just a big unit , under Des he wasn't allowed to be lean and mean if you recall the start of last season Kasiano had trimmed down for his wedding to about what he looks like now but when the season started Des told him he needed to bulk up that's why he could only get 20 mins a game , I reckon he will have a great year under Bellamy.

I seen him do a few last year that weren't quite kosher, maybe we see things in a diferrent light, Des is not a mug so why would he want him to bulk up just to get 20 mins e/w, so he's lost 24 kg well must had it there to lose, lets see what the new season brings.
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He was 142 kg at Canterbury and just a short impact battering ram
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He was 142 kg at Canterbury and just a short impact battering ram

Exactly that's what Des wanted . 
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He was 142 kg at Canterbury and just a short impact battering ram

Ok Ok, maybe I was a hit harsh on him, but I won't retract my thug comment because I saw what I saw, why would a coach let a man get this big 142 kg, seriously this could have ended in a sad way, well it backfired and des is not there , so much for his input on this player, anyhow good luck to him.
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