ROO
No.Name
1James Tedesco, FB
2Daniel Tupou, W
T
3Josh Morris, C
T
4Adam Keighran, C
5Joseph Manu, W
T
6Drew Hutchison, FE
7Sam Walker, SH
T
8Jared Waerea-Hargreaves, P
9Sam Verrills, H
10Isaac Liu, FR
11Angus Crichton, SR
12Sitili Tupouniua, SR
T
13Victor Radley, L
Replacements
14Lachlan Lam, R
15Nat Butcher, R
16Egan Butcher, R
17Siosiua Taukeiaho, R
19Fletcher Baker, RSV

*Players currently on the pitch are shown in bold

Game Info

Venue: BB Print Stadium
5:50 AM, July 29, 2021

Match Commentary

75'20-0 Delight for the Sydney Roosters fans as Joseph Manu crosses for a try.
68'16-0 Delight for the Sydney Roosters fans as Daniel Tupou crosses for a try.
52'12-0 Sam Walker goes over for Sydney Roosters to add four points to their tally.

Match Stats

ROO
EEL
183Runs200
1470Meters Run1257
8Clean Breaks2
326Tackles364
35Missed Tackles22
0Turnover Knock On0

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