AMOS Roberts, Ryan Cross, Iosia Soliola, Craig Wing, Vince Mellars, Braith Anasta, Josh Lewis, Adrian Morley, Brett Finch, David Shillington, Shane Shackleton, Craig Fitzgibbon, Chris Flannery
1. Matt Bowen
2. Ashley Graham
3. Josh Hannay
4. Ty Williams
5. Matthew Sing
6. Johnathan Thurston
7. Brent McConnell
8. Matthew Scott
9. Aaron Payne
10. Ray Cashmere
11. Carl Webb
12. Luke O'Donnell
13. Travis Norton (c)
DES Hasler has been forced to replace Anthony Watmough who is out with a broken thumb, a similar injury to that suffered by Jason King earlier in the season. Watmough will be out for 3 weeks and joins Steve Menzies and Stephen Bell on the sidelines.
1. Milton Thaiday
2. Brian Carney
3. Matthew Gidley
4. George Carmont
5. Anthony Quinn
6. Jarrod Mullen
7. Andrew Johns (C)
8. Craig Smith
9. Danny Buderus
10. Josh Perry
11. Steve Simpson
12. Clint Newton
13. Reegan Tanner
VODAFONE Warriors head coach Ivan Cleary has recalled hooker George Gatis in the only change to his squad for Saturday night?s NRL clash against Parramatta at Ericsson Stadium.
JOHN Lang has named a squad of 18 ahead of the match against the Cowboys at Credit Union Australia Stadium Penrith on Saturday night.
BULLDOG Brent Sherwin has been named at halfback for this Friday's clash at OKI Jubilee Stadium against the Dragons despite a foot injury that kept him out last weekend.
ADAM MacDougall returns to the starting line up this weekend after serving a four-match suspension, with his brother Luke MacDougall also returning from a groin injury. Shane Rigon will return from a shoulder injury. Manase Manuokafoa will start the match, with Todd Polglase starting the game from the interchange bench.
WADE McKinnon, Jarryd Hayne, Luke O?Dwyer, Ben Smith, Eric Grothe, John Morris, Jeremy Smith, Nathan Cayless (c), Mark Riddell, Fuifui Moimoi, Nathan Hindmarsh, Chad Robinson, Glenn Morrison
Interchange: PJ Marsh, Dean Widders, Josh Cordoba, Daniel Wagon
THE Canberra Raiders have named Marshall Chalk on the wing this weekend, for their must win match against the Tigers at Canberra Stadium on Sunday.
PARRAMATTA backrower Nathan Hindmarsh has escaped a one-match ban after taking the early guilty plea for a grade one dangerous throw. Hindmarsh was charged by the NRL match review committee following the Eels' 46-12 win over Newcastle on Saturday night, but will be free to play the New Zealand Warriors this weekend.
NORTH Queensland officials have rallied around Paul Bowman after the Cowboys veteran was assaulted following the club's annual golf day last Friday.
PARRAMATTA back-rower Nathan Hindmarsh has been charged with a grade one dangerous throw charge by the NRL judiciary but can escape suspension with an early guilty plea.
JAMIE Lyon's $2 million deal with Manly is believed to hinge on recruitment officer Noel Cleal remaining at the NRL club.
I decided to lay off the Sydney Roosters earlier in the year as some of my content could have been regarded as Rooster-bashing, and I guess that was fair enough.