@BurgoShark - you've been warned about using logic to prove a point. Keep this up and I will ask you to ban yourself for a month!Watched his second stint. Can confirm that Toby is indeed a useless lazy bum.
All he did in his 16 minutes (10 mins BIP) with 81% possession against was make 21 tackles, miss none, and save 3 tries.
Making as many tackles in 16 minutes as “elite” Klemmer did in 45? Meh.
Making tackles at a rate 30% higher than McInnes against the Panthers? Boring.
Not having a run in the 9 play the balls the Sharks had during this 16 minutes. Yep - that is the stat which should define his performance. He sucks.
(It was actually 11 ptb’s, but they kicked on 2 of them so I didn’t think these ones were “take a hit up” situation)
Hunt's final 10 minutes was as an injury replacement for Tracey. He'd originally just played ~10 either side of half time.Didn't miss a tackle and made some strong runs
Fitz finally restricted him to lower minutes (40 mins total) and gave Hunt more
prob helps having a 4th forward on the bench aye when you actually spreads some minutes around
The Tobious Train is gaining momentum
If he wins they should rename the award to the Ken Stephen - Something, Anything of the Year AwardFinalist for the Ken Stephens Medal.
Toby Rudolf – Cronulla Sutherland SharksToby is committed to humbly serving the wider community. His passion for going above club commitments, to make long-lasting difference, is what sets him aside from other players
Toby works passionately for the club’s Sharks Have Heart community program and proudly holds the record for the most community work undertaken at the Sharks. He tirelessly gives his time to numerous events and fundraisers. Some of these include- Sharks Ladies Golf Fundraiser, collecting toys for a Christmas Drive, Junior League Blitz training sessions, One Heart anti-racism programs, Make a Wish Foundation and Deadly Choices Elders event.
This South Eastern Seagulls junior, is proactive, sees a need in the community and selflessly organises support. This was the case when a young fan battling Leukaemia inspired Toby to raise money for the Leukaemia Foundation by shaving his signature locks for the World’s Greatest Shave. He exceeded his goal and raised $42 000 in donations. Not only did Toby raise money to put towards research, but he also raised awareness of the crucial work of the Leukaemia Foundation.
Toby passionately utilises his profile to support community initiatives. With an innate ability to connect with all generations of the Sharks Community, Toby is making a true difference and showcasing that Sharks really do have heart.