Mar 052015

Watch NRL Live Streaming 2015 Eels vs Sea Eagles Live Online Australian National Rugby League (NRL) at Pirtek Stadium, Parramatta, Sydney,Friday 06 March 2015 Time 19:45 AEDT. Welcome to watch NRL Eels vs Sea Eagles live stream online on your pc/laptop, mac, ipad. Do not wait to access this HD link, when the NRL Game is mostly over and you will get live stream,scores,results and highlights.

The Parramatta Eels host the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles at Pirtek Stadium on Friday, March 6 in Round 1 of the NRL. The match kicks off at 7.45pm (AEDT).

Eels coach Brad Arthur has given Will Hopoate first crack as Jarryd Hayne’s replacement at full-back. Anthony Watmough played 288 games for the Sea Eagles and makes his Parramatta debut against his former club in the starting back-row. Convicted drug dealer and former Knight Danny Wicks has been named on a six-man bench.

Sea Eagles prop Josh Starling will miss up to six weeks with a knee injury. Veteran recruit Willie Mason has been named in the starting front-row. Young gun Clinton Gutherson has been named in the centres for Steve Matai, although the veteran is some chance of playing. Skipper Jamie Lyon has been named but is yet to prove his fitness (knee). Feleti Mateo will make his Sea Eagles debut in the starting back-row. Off-contract halves Daly Cherry-Evans and Kieran Foran have both been named.

Watmough v DCE. It’s no secret these two can’t stand each other. Choc targeted his then team-mate in last year’s Origin series, belting him at every opportunity. Now that they are ‘officially’ enemies expect more of the same on Friday night.

If you’re a Sea Eagles fan and you start hallucinating and seeing Kieran Foran in an Eels jumper.

This is a tough one. The loss of Jarryd Hayne is massive for the Eels but the Sea Eagles are also weakened by the departure of Watmough, Glenn Stewart and Jason King. Injury clouds over both centres Jamie Lyon and Steve Matai – as well as the uncertainty over off-contract halves Foran and DCE – have us leaning towards the Eels, but not with great confidence. Eels by four.


Eels: 1. Will Hopoate, 2 Semi Radradra, 3 Beau Champion, 4 Brad Takairangi, 5 Reece Robinson, 6 Corey Norman, 7 Chris Sandow, 8 Darcy Lussick, 9 Nathan Peats, 10 Tim Mannah (c), 11 Manu Ma’u, 12 Tepai Moeroa, 13 Anthony Watmough.

Interchange: 14 Isaac De Gois, 15 Joseph Paulo, 16 Junior Paulo, 17 David Gower, 18 Danny Wicks, 19 Pauli Pauli.

Sea Eagles: 1 Brett Stewart, 2 Cheyse Blair, 3 Jamie Lyon (c), 4 Clinton Gutherson, 5 Peta Hiku, 6 Kieran Foran, 7 Daly Cherry-Evans, 8 Willie Mason, 9 Matt Ballin, 10 Brenton Lawrence, 11 Feleti Mateo, 12 Tom Symonds, 13 Dunamis Lui.

Interchange: 14 Jesse Sene-Lefao, 15 Blake Leary, 16 James Hasson, 17 Luke Burgess, 18 Justin Horo.

Mar 042015

Watch NRL Live Streaming 2015 Broncos vs Rabbitohs Online Australian National Rugby League (NRL) at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane,Thursday 05 March 2015 Time 19:05 AEDT. Welcome to watch NRL Broncos vs Rabbitohs live stream online on your pc/laptop, mac, ipad. Do not wait to access this HD link, when the NRL Game is mostly over and you will get live stream,scores,results and highlights.

The look of freshly mown grass, the click-clack of boots on concrete, the smell of oil (both liniment and from the deep fryer), the drinks flowing and the crowd overflowing.

It can only mean one thing – rugby league is back.

An endless summer has given way to autumn and by the opening whistle on Thursday night, 152 days would have elapsed since the full-time siren sounded on the 2014 Grand Final.

Although the Four Nations, Auckland Nines and World Club Series have been run and won in the interim, nothing quite compares to the sheer thrill and excitement of the opening round of an NRL season.

Recent off-field dramas engulfing the game are set to be extinguished when defending premiers South Sydney travel north to take on a Brisbane Broncos side reinvigorated by the return of master coach Wayne Bennett and the addition of some new faces in key positions.

Bennett’s return to the Broncos’ helm is just one of many subplots surrounding this Round 1 blockbuster. Justin Hodges becomes sole captain of the Broncos with former co-captain Corey Parker lining up for his 300th NRL match – becoming only the second Bronco to do so behind future Immortal Darren Lockyer.

There’ll be new faces for the Broncos too with Anthony Milford, Adam Blair and James Gavet all named in Bennett’s 18-man squad.

Jordan Kahu starts the season at fullback in place of the injured Darius Boyd and after two years in the rugby league wilderness, outside back Aaron Whitchurch has impressed Brisbane’s coaching staff enough to earn a place on the bench.

The Rabbitohs will start the season in a position they haven’t been in since 1972 – as defending premiers.

However, they look just as potent as last season despite the loss of Sam and Luke Burgess, with Manly veteran Glenn Stewart a ready-made replacement coming straight into the side.

Success in the Auckland Nines and their 39-0 drubbing of St Helens in the World Club Challenge will provide a massive boost for the Bunnies as they look to become the first side to win back-to-back premierships since the Broncos did in 1992/93.

Chris Grevsmuhl, Tim Grant and Stewart will don the cardinal and myrtle jersey for the first time with Souths coach Michael Maguire naming an extended bench of seven for the trip to Brisbane.

Did You Know: New Broncos recruit Anthony Milford was only six years old when Corey Parker made his first-grade debut against the New Zealand Warriors in Round 6, 2001. Justin Hodges was playing his seventh NRL match.

Watch out Broncos: For Broncos fans the night will be about Bennett and Parker. However another Immortal-in-waiting, Greg Inglis, will be out to break the hearts of the home fans yet again. Inglis scored four tries against the Broncos in 2014 – a hat-trick in Round 23 at ANZ Stadium and a brilliant 85-metre solo effort in Round 8 at Suncorp. The Rabbitohs fullback had another stellar season in 2014 – crossing for 13 tries and laying on 15 try assists – however it’s Inglis’s kick-return ability that has the Broncos nervous.

Brisbane’s fledging halves pairing of Ben Hunt and Anthony Milford have been putting in extra work on their kicking game this week in order to limit the kick return metres of Souths’ skipper, who topped the kick-return metres chart in 2014 with 1,658 metres. The Broncos may attempt to kick the ball into touch at times to limit his carries, although keeping him quiet for the full 80 minutes is another story.

Watch out Rabbitohs: Corey Parker will likely lead the Broncos out on Thursday night in honour of his 300th game, but new skipper Justin Hodges will be proudly running out of the tunnel right behind him. Hodges’ transition from larrikin to leader over the course of his 15-year career has been a long and winding road. Now 32, the veteran centre is targeting another premiership under the tutelage of Wayne Bennett, fully casting aside their acrimonious split when Hodges signed for the Sydney Roosters in 2001. A right-sided centre by trade, Hodges is tipped to fill in at fullback when the Broncos are on the offensive and then switch back to his preferred position while defending.

South Sydney must also keep a close eye out for Hodges around the play-the-ball due to his notoriety as an effective dummy-half runner. Hodges averaged five dummy-half runs per game in 2014 at an average of almost nine metres per run. Similarly to Inglis, implementing a plan to stop Hodges is easier said than done.

Players List:

Brisbane Broncos: Jordan Kahu, Dale Copley, Jack Reed, Justin Hodges (capt), Lachlan Maranta, Anthony Milford, Ben Hunt, Josh McGuire, Andrew McCullough, Adam Blair, Alex Glenn, Sam Thaiday, Corey Parker.

Interchange: Mitchell Dodds, James Gavet, Matt Gillett, Aaron Whitchurch, Kodi Nikorima (one to be omitted).

South Sydney Rabbitohs: Greg Inglis (capt), Alex Johnston, Dylan Walker, Bryson Goodwin, Joel Reddy, Luke Keary, Adam Reynolds, George Burgess, Issac Luke, Dave Tyrrell, Glenn Stewart, John Sutton, Ben Lowe.

Interchange: Chris Grevsmuhl, Jason Clark, Chris McQueen, Thomas Burgess, Tim Grant, Cameron McInnes, Daryl Millard (three to be omitted).