Round 18: Knights v Panthers @ CUA Stadium

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  1. Ms.Nobody

    Ms.Nobody Banned

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    Round 18: Knights v Panthers @ CUA Stadium

    General Admission:
    Advance Purchase - Adult $18; Concession $8; Family $40
    Game Day Purchase - Adult $20; Concession $10; Family $44

    Reserved Terraces:
    Advance Purchase - Adult $22; Concession $12; Family $58
    Game Day Purchase - Adult $24; Concession $14; Family $62

    Reserved Grandstands:
    Advance Purchase - Adult $30; Concession $20; Family $72
    Game Day Purchase - Adult $32; Concession $22; Family $77

    Note: Family = 2 adults plus 2 children or 1 adult plus 3 children (Children 16 years and younger, Family packages do not include concession adults over 16 years)

    Concession is only available for: Aged Pension (60+), Seniors Card, Student Card (School & Tertiary Education), Disability Card


    To purchase phone toll free 1800 061 991

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    Games:

    NYC Knights v Panthers: 5.15pm
    First Grade Knights v Panthers: 7:45pm


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    1. Wes Naiqama
    2. James McManus
    3. Junior Sau
    4. Adam MacDougall
    5. Cooper Vuna
    6. Chris Bailey
    7. Jarrod Mullen
    8. Daniel Tolar
    9. Kurt Gidley
    10. Mark Taufua
    11. Steve Simpson (c)
    12. Cory Paterson
    13. Zeb Taia

    Interchange:

    14. Richard Fa’aoso
    15. Danny Wicks
    16. Chris Houston
    17. Cameron Ciraldo
    18. Scott Dureau
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  2. knight-no-7

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    Going to be another tough game IMO. Panthers arent doing too bad. Will be interesting to see what kind of side will be named tomorrow, after all these injuries.
     
  3. Ms.Nobody

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    It's going to be our make or break, and f*ck if we lose to Penrith that will do me, we cannot!!!! Lose to Penrith.
     
  4. Sammyyy

    Sammyyy Knights 2013

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    Do or die. We have to win. End of story
     
  5. Fungus

    Fungus Steve Simpson

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    This is definitely the make or break. Time for some changes I reckon.
     
  6. Denno

    Denno Matthew Johns

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    I can get in for free anyway :)
    Their prices are so much cheaper than most other grounds though.
     
  7. Ms.Nobody

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    Yeh I should be able to get in free aswell too.

    I don't think I have ever paid at Penrith :p
     
  8. Fungus

    Fungus Steve Simpson

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    Free? How?
     
  9. Ms.Nobody

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    Just with the cards and people I know who know a few players etc the security guard in the tunnel is a good friend of mine and the Penrith u20s trainer is my bro's footy coach so yeh.
     
  10. Denno

    Denno Matthew Johns

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    Footy players card. For any regular season NRL game, Origin and other rep games don't count.
     
  11. shamz

    shamz Todd Bates

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    In my eyes our season is pretty much over but if there was any chance whatsoever of us making the 8 then this is it.
     
  12. jamesgould

    jamesgould Danny 'Bedsy' Buderus Staff Member Admin

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    We should win easily enough. Went close against St George who are in the top four of teams running around at the moment, and Penrith only just bet the woeful Parramatta.

    Should be the win that re-ignites our season.
     
  13. Theknightsrule7

    Theknightsrule7 Matthew Gidley

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    We will because of the crazy pattern :)
     
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    jamesgould Danny 'Bedsy' Buderus Staff Member Admin

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    If all else fails ... THE PATTERN SAYS WE WILL WIN!!! :lol:
     
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  15. Jonno

    Jonno The 18th Man

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    wouldnt suprise me if someone wrote in their preview this week:

    Our Tip: "knights to win cause their pattern says so" :lol:
     
  16. Sammyyy

    Sammyyy Knights 2013

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    We play better away anyway. We havent won many games at home this season.
     
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    If we lose we are goooooooooorne for 2008 :(
     
  18. Denno

    Denno Matthew Johns

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    The pattern is a smart way to go though, honestly haha. We have 3 off weeks and then 2 good weeks, just go by it. Unfortunately it wont get us in the finals, but it is a pattern atleast :lol:
     
  19. Fungus

    Fungus Steve Simpson

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    Some interesting statistics.

    * Penrith have lost their last two matches at CUA Stadium. They have won only two of their last nine and four of their last 21 matches at the ground.
    * Newcastle have not lost four consecutive matches since round 21 2007.
    * Penrith have won one of the last three and only two of their last 14 matches against Newcastle at CUA Stadium (including three draws).
    * Newcastle has won three of the last four, seven of the last 10 and 15 of the last 21 matches against Penrith.
     
  20. U23

    U23 Danny 'Bedsy' Buderus

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    Nice statistics there Fungus.

    Judging by those, I'll probably tip the Knights.
     

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