Roosters see off titans 20 10 in gosford to move into third place
Ouch! Roosters are on a roll now after losing to Canterbury. They were held scoreless in a 44-0 blowout of Canterbury at The Gabba, and had no answer for the Broncos on Saturday morning, with half-back Corey Parker and halves James Tedesco and Cooper C제천출장마사지ronk beating the Cowboys 33-0. James Tedesco was also on form for the weekend.
media_camera James Tedesco celebrates his try with prop Dane Gagai. Picture: Andrew Drysdale
The Roosters have now scored 15 tries in their last nine games, and have already gained a step on the Warriors at the top of the table. It’s a rare win for their coach, Dave Smith, who spent the weekend at the Gabba watching his men roll towards a historic win.
Smith said he was pleased with the win.
“The boys will have a look at the scoreboard afterwards to see how w카지노 게임e did in the first half,” he said.
“We got things going for us in the first 30 minutes, but in the last 10 minutes our gameplan was a bit too strong and we ended up being caught a little off guard with our lineout.
“We still have some work to do to come back. It’s disappointing to lose the opportunity to be there but the game’s now on the cards.”
Dane Gagai led the line, kicking three tries to lead the way for 아산출장샵the Roosters.
“We had a strong first quarter, but it wasn’t enough. We needed more from the first 30 minutes but we didn’t get that from that game. As soon as I saw the penalty the score was just off the back of us.”
But the NRL Power Rankings reflect a different side to what it was after the victory against Canterbury.
It ranked the Dragons in third, the Sharks in seventh and the Warriors in ninth, only missing out on an automatic place thanks to a loss to North Queensland.
With the Warriors now the only unbeaten side in the game and six games to play on their way to the grand final, the power rankings have the Warriors up a spot.
media_camera Michael Morgan breaks the tackle on Chris Masten during a ruck clash. Picture: Andrew Drysdale
The big question remains on who will get the first two picks at the draft this year. The likes of Jordan Rapana, Tim Lafai and Luke Lewis are al