Mounties vs. Wests Tigers Player Ratings

The81stMinute Call Team travelled to Aubrey Keech Reserve for the Round 11 Intrust Super Premiership match between Mounties and Wests Tigers.

Mounties were expected to dominate the struggling Wests Tigers but the visitors dug in and battled to the very end eventually going down 20-18 in a nail biter.

Lead caller Curtis Woodward has ranked each player below:

 


MOUNTIES
1. Zac Santo 9 – Wests Ashfield Man of the Match
2. Eddie Aiono 6 – Limited chances but scored a try
3. Brent Naden 7 – Brought a new physicality to his game
4. Reubenn Rennie 6 – Had limited opportunities
5. Kato Ottio 5 – Made some crucial errors despite bagging a try
22. Jordan Turner 6 – A quiet afternoon
7. Lachlan Croker 5 – Some questionable decisions with ball-in-hand
8. Makahesi Makatoa 8 – Played like a man possessed
9. Kurt Baptiste 7 – Looked very dangerous in his first stint
10. Jeff Lima 6 – Classy veteran who toiled away
11. Yileen Gordon 6 – Getting better as match fitness improves
12. Scott Sorensen 7 – Worked tirelessly on the fringe
15. Royce Hunt 6 – Didn’t look out of place in starting line-up

14. Sam Duggan 5 – Had a forgettable afternoon
16. Glen Buttriss 5 – Solid if nothing else
17. Mitch Kennedy 5 – Didn’t get big minutes
25. Willie Mataka 6 – Scored the match winner

TOTAL: 105

 

WESTS TIGERS
1. Watson Heleta 7 – Really starting to make fullback role his own
2. Ryland Jacobs 7 – Helped the forwards out all afternoon with some big carries
3. Nathan Milone 6 – Scored an innocuous try in a solid outing
4. E. Marsters-Siavale 7 – Made an effort to get involved
5. Christian Yassmin 5 – Rocks and diamonds
6. Bayley Sironen 5 – Struggled to create opportunities for his outside men
18. Veiru Mapesone 7 – Improving his control
20. Ava Seumanufagai 7 – Toiled away as expected
9. Jeremy Marshall-King 6 – Looks really comfortable at this level
10. Wesley Lolo 7 – Knocking on the door of an NRL start
5. Luke Garner 7 – Really goes hard for a small bloke
12. Jackson Williams 5 – Limited opportunities on the fringe
13. Matt Eisenhuth 6 – Great offload and seems to always make 8 or 10 metres

14. Tevita Tatola 8 – Huge performance from Tatola
15. Darcy Cox 3 – Barely sighted
16. Jordan Grant 6 – First grade player in the making
17. Jack Wheelhouse 3 – Did he get on the field?

TOTAL: 101

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The81stMinute Call Team is back next weekend when Mounties face the Wyong Roos – 2pm Saturday on steelesports.com.au!

(Header Image: Wests Tigers Media, weststigers.com.au)

 

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