Official Sharksforever Whipping Boy

Who is the Sharksforever Whipping Boy?

  • Blayke Brailey

    Votes: 5 8.9%
  • Braydon Trindall

    Votes: 12 21.4%
  • Jesse Ramien

    Votes: 9 16.1%
  • Aiden Tolman

    Votes: 1 1.8%
  • Nicho Hynes

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Sione Katoa

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Briton Nikora

    Votes: 15 26.8%
  • Wade Graham

    Votes: 5 8.9%
  • Matt Moylan

    Votes: 8 14.3%
  • Toby Rudolf

    Votes: 1 1.8%

  • Total voters
    56

apezza

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I am liking his current form but chose Ramien - only because his (now) rare brain explosions comes at a bad time and has cost us our only loss this year
 

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Is there a way to view the results without selecting a player.
It should be viewable now - or you could always just pick someone.

Matty Moylan did a wonderful job assuming the duties for rounds 1 and 2 while Tricky was suspended. He copped the abuse like a trooper.

Tricky wasn't be outdone though, sliding back in to his role nonchalantly with a 13 minute passion fingers effort against the Dragons.

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One more round for Tricky to try to kick the tag. Votes get checked again before round 6 and (potentially) a new whipping boy takes over for rounds 6-10.
 
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The better discussion point would be who has improved the most from the 2021 squad

Would be interesting to look at and see everyones opinion come the halfway mark of the season and at seasons end
Yep that's a good idea
 

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We have new support staff on board obviously (strength conditioning, think some running trainer bloke as well)

can't be a coincidence
 
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We have new support staff on board obviously (strength conditioning, think some running trainer bloke as well)

can't be a coincidence
Yep. Different methods or approach could be the reason Moyza and some of the others are healthier and fitter.
I’d imagine all tailor make a schedule for each individual player, but some have more or better ideas than others.

Good to see Moyza playing and combining well within our new structures.
 

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Yep. Different methods or approach could be the reason Moyza and some of the others are healthier and fitter.
I’d imagine all tailor make a schedule for each individual player, but some have more or better ideas than others.

Good to see Moyza playing and combining well within our new structures.
Im still sceptical and will be until i see him in open space at full tilt - either in offence or chasing someone down in defence
 

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Im still sceptical and will be until i see him in open space at full tilt - either in offence or chasing someone down in defence
I don't think you will see that mate. He has not got the pace he used to. Even without injuries, he'll let others do that type of work. Shouldn't detract from what he is doing for us at the moment.
 
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