Official Teig Wilton

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Getting a decent amount of votes in the 3-2-1

Wilton
80 mins
16 runs 133m 50pcm (average run 5.2m + 3.1pcm)
31 tackles, 2 missed, 4 ineffective 83.8%
2 errors, 1 handling error, 1 ruck infringement

Woods
47mins
16 runs 140m 45pcm (average run 5.9m + 2.8pcm)
30 tackles, 1 missed, 3 ineffective 88.2%
1 error, 2 penalties

I know stats don't tell the full story, Woods got a rest, maybe Woods should know better than to give those penalties but Wilton is just young, playing middle vs playing edge etc etc
But one of those players is good odds of finishing in our top 3 from the game and the other supposedly wasn't very good (according to some).
Just wanted to point out that statistically the lazy plodder in the middle wasn't arguably comparative with this bloke.
 

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This guy brings heart into he forwards, I was critical of him at the beginning of the season. But mate, he shows grunt, determination and heart. He looks like a captain in the making.
 
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Turning himself into a nrl starter for sure, think he bumps out Nikora sooner rather than later
Lovin his trajectory
 

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There’s a good footballer right there!
Looking forward to seeing him after another off season.
 

Paul C

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There’s a good footballer right there!
Looking forward to seeing him after another off season.
Dead right. He went out of the side as a boy and came back a man. ****ing unbelievable how much he gained in that month.
 
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I'd like to start Tieg on the edge and have Talakai come on in the middle. Tieg's fitness should have picked up now that's he's played a few weeks.
 
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