My SC year update:
After being ranked 2284 after Round 2 (my best start to a year ever), I’ve been hovering anywhere between around 2-7000 ever since, which has been pretty frustrating! This was until I traded out Ponga and Aitken, for Tommy Turbo and Holmes in Round 23, and I’ve been flying home with a wet sail since! Was ranked 4500 after Round 21, now I’m 1491, and actually have a very small sniff of a keyring, so fingers crossed this week.
The Panthers left wing tends to concede most of their tries, and the Storm’s right edge scores a large portion of their tries in this area also.
The Titans attack scores many of their tries through the middle, and the Cowboys defence concedes many of their tries through the middle – maybe some good news for Ryan James owners not sure whether to play him or not this week.
The Eels left wing tends to concede a large portion of their tries, and this lines up with the Roosters right wing scoring many tries (ie: there would be many Ferguson tries for the Roosters over this season marked here).
The Broncos score many of their tries through the middle, and the Sea Eagles concede a considerable portion of their tries in the same area.
Weather notes: N/A
Note: All times are local.
|Friday||Showers have been present in Auckland this afternoon, however these are expected to generally clear over the next few hours in time for kickoff. Fine weather is the most likely outcome, with light winds, a moist airmass, and previous rainfall all combining to bring a high dew rating.|
|Warriors vs Raiders||Chance of rain||Game temperature||Dew rating|
|Friday||Some isolated showers have also been present in Melbourne this afternoon, and while they are expected to ease somewhat, they will continue into this evening. One or two light and brief showers are expected in the area during the match, however the most likely scenario is for these to miss AAMI Park. While there will be a fairly moist airmass present, a moderate breeze will place a limit on the amount of dew able to form.|
|Storm vs Panthers||Chance of rain||Game temperature||Dew rating|
|Saturday||Mostly sunny skies are expected in Newcastle for the Saturday afternoon match.|
|Knights vs Dragons||Chance of rain||Game temperature||Dew rating|
|Saturday||Fine weather is expected on the Gold Coast for the early evening match, with a dry, and warm airmass not allowing any dew to form as the game goes on.|
|Titans vs Cowboys||Chance of rain||Game temperature||Dew rating|
|Saturday||It will be fine for the Saturday night match at Homebush, with a moderate breeze only allowing a small amount of dew on the playing surface.|
|Eels vs Roosters||Chance of rain||Game temperature||Dew rating|
|Sunday||Some isolated showers are expected during the morning in Sydney (most likely on the coast), however these are forecast to clear by the early afternoon, in time for the match at Homebush. It will also be fairly chilly for a day game in early September, with game temperatures in the mid teens.|
|Bulldogs vs Sharks||Chance of rain||Game temperature||Dew rating|
|Sunday||A southeasterly change will move into the Brisbane region during Sunday afternoon, however it is expected to remain fine for the late afternoon match.|
|Broncos vs Sea Eagles||Chance of rain||Game temperature||Dew rating|