MATCH CENTRE
MATCH CENTRE
ROUND 11

EELS

V

PANTHERS

PanthersPEN WIN BY 6
10
FT
16
Bankwest Stadium
CROWD: 16,228
2019-05-23T09:50:00Z

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Previous 5 Games

Parramatta

DATE OPP RESULT
18/5/19CowboysL 17 - 10
11/5/19StormL 64 - 10
5/5/19DragonsW 32 - 18
28/4/19KnightsL 28 - 14
22/4/19Wests TigersW 51 - 6

Penrith

DATE OPP RESULT
17/5/19WarriorsL 10 - 30
10/5/19Wests TigersL 30 - 4
4/5/19RaidersL 30 - 12
26/4/19RabbitohsL 18 - 22
18/4/19SharksL 24 - 20
 

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Team Stats

Eels

Panthers

All Runs
MATCH
175
171
191.7
2023 AVG.
2492
2023 TOTAL
2023 AVG.
2023 TOTAL
212.9
2023 AVG.
2342
2023 TOTAL
All Run Metres
MATCH
1343
1435
1808.7
2023 AVG.
23513
2023 TOTAL
2023 AVG.
2023 TOTAL
1963.4
2023 AVG.
21597
2023 TOTAL
Line Breaks
MATCH
2
1
5.3
2023 AVG.
69
2023 TOTAL
2023 AVG.
2023 TOTAL
5
2023 AVG.
55
2023 TOTAL
Offloads
MATCH
8
5
12.5
2023 AVG.
162
2023 TOTAL
2023 AVG.
2023 TOTAL
9.8
2023 AVG.
108
2023 TOTAL
Kick Metres
MATCH
495
619
584.7
2023 AVG.
7601
2023 TOTAL
2023 AVG.
2023 TOTAL
558.8
2023 AVG.
6147
2023 TOTAL
Forty Twenty Kicks
MATCH
0
0
0
2023 AVG.
0
2023 TOTAL
2023 AVG.
2023 TOTAL
0.1
2023 AVG.
1
2023 TOTAL
Tackles Made
MATCH
365
368
323
2023 AVG.
4199
2023 TOTAL
2023 AVG.
2023 TOTAL
349.8
2023 AVG.
3848
2023 TOTAL
Missed Tackles
MATCH
27
26
32.8
2023 AVG.
426
2023 TOTAL
2023 AVG.
2023 TOTAL
29.5
2023 AVG.
325
2023 TOTAL
Penalties
MATCH
7
9
4.8
2023 AVG.
63
2023 TOTAL
2023 AVG.
2023 TOTAL
5.3
2023 AVG.
58
2023 TOTAL
Errors
MATCH
14
10
11.5
2023 AVG.
150
2023 TOTAL
2023 AVG.
2023 TOTAL
9.8
2023 AVG.
108
2023 TOTAL

Player Stats

 

Match Summary

Eels

Panthers

1TRIES2
Maika Sivo 2'
M. Sivo 2'
 
Tim Grant 18'
T. Grant 18'
Nathan Cleary 58'
N. Cleary 58'
1/1CONVERSIONS2/2
Mitchell Moses 3'
M. Moses 3'
 
Nathan Cleary 19'
N. Cleary 19'
Nathan Cleary 60'
N. Cleary 60'
2/2PENALTY GOALS2/2
Mitchell Moses 7'
M. Moses 7'
Mitchell Moses 31'
M. Moses 31'
 
Nathan Cleary 27'
N. Cleary 27'
Nathan Cleary 48'
N. Cleary 48'
0/1FIELD GOALS0/0
   
10HALF TIME8
ATTENDANCE
16,228
 

7 COMMENTS

  1. Like I said before….Playing Ferguson in the centre position is a flop. He was played centre and Fullback for the Roosters and he is a flop in both positions. He is an expert winger who scores tries on the flank and acts as an extra forward when coming out of their own line. Totally waisted in the centres tonight.

    Cant believe how poor Parra played tonight Ferguson must have made 5 or 6 errors. The Chocolate Soldiers winning at Parramatta stadium is unthinkable. ClownOfDivide will be bragging how good Penrith juniors are nowπŸ’©πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ‘

  2. Well I went out to a big lunch today and settled into watching the game and I thought I was in the Bermuda Triangle – all excitement and skill just disappeared from both sides. Send out the search parties because both of these sides are so lost.

  3. No real need to say anything.
    It was an ordinary game , with a lot of mistakes.
    However, you can see Broan Too is going to be a great player.
    Plus, Go Newcastle!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Hope you dine out on Children Nuggets . Lower that French Flag of Wood Le Coq’s .
    I’m sure everyone that sees this site will be cheering you on.

  4. Still want to say ,Luai to halfback permanently. Clearly to 5/8th permanently!
    Just as they were used to playing in junior grades. They know each other’s game that way around.
    Plus, goodbye & thanks Maloney .
    Even if Penrith lose a lot more games this year with Luai, Cleary as the halves? They’ve been losing anyway. The future is them as the halves.
    Plus, there’s another pretty good 5/8th in Canterbury Cup.

  5. They were boyh so predictable. Why to playmakers like the two Chocolate Soldier halves keep turning the ball back inside instead of throwing it out along the line when they are in the oppositions 20. Both uselessπŸ’©πŸ’©πŸŽ±πŸŽ±πŸŽ±πŸŽ±πŸŽ±πŸŽ±πŸŽ±πŸŽ±πŸŽ±βœ”βœ”βœ”βœ”βœ”βœ”βœ”βœ”βœ”βœ” Fittler should stick with Cleary at half if he wants to get thrashed in Brisbane’s Origin 1

  6. That’s absolutely true.
    It’s seems you make sense once in a while.
    Cleary is not up to SOO standard at this time & only did good tackles last year. He should not be chosen in the state games this year. I’m sure Fittler can see that they need more in attack than Cleary has provided this year or last for Penrith , or NSW.
    He can do so much more & should be left without Maloney, to grow as a player at club level. Cleary, Maloney don’t make a good halves pairing!
    Luai is capable of just running & stepping his way through teams & good long passes to put others through gaps. Just as he does in Canterbury Cup & did to the Warriors in first grade last year.
    They obviously are playing badly , without any confidence in the first grade squad. So Ivan had them play the most basic game plan available.
    With confidence & just being told to run when you think there’s any chance of making a break, Luai can do much of what Ponga does! Not saying he’s as good as Ponga. But he can do many of the same things.
    Just give him free reign to do his thing & support anyone who’s looking to get a pass away.

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