World news – Kaufusi has to wait nervously over the head as Sivo stuns Storm


Felise Kaufusi is blown by the Match Review Committee for an ugly duel with Ryan Matterson that forced the controversial backer out of the game when Maika Sivo inspired the Eels to an angry 16:12 win over Melbourne.

Australian and Queensland rep Kaufusi was reported after his forearm appeared to have made contact with Matterson’s head when he was engaged in a duel between the title heavyweights in the second half of the clash.

Despite protests of Parramatta players and angry Eels fans, referee Ashley Klein Kaufusi only reported and renounced the sin before the Fijian sensation Sivo scored an incredible match winner, his 26th attempt in 24 games at Bankwest Stadium.

But the consequences could be of importance to the eels who, given the rear rudder concussion history and the NRL’s new 11 with zi There is no real certainty that Matterson will be required. Daily shutdown rule.

It has been a troubling week for the former Hahn and Tiger offered by his management rival this week, despite the option to stay in Parramatta next year.

His exit was the focus of a high quality game played Thursday night under pouring conditions when Storm ace Ryan Papenhuyzen, an eel junior who confessed his mother Parramatta still supports Parramatta, received special treatment from the opposition.

After the Eels stumbled out of the blocks when they stumbled out of the blocks in their opening round win against wooden spoons Brisbane, they measured themselves against the premieres and had winger Sivo to thank for maintaining their unbeaten record.

After the 27-year-old opened the classification he jumped up to catch an inch-perfect kick from Mitchell Moses and touch down for his second attempt, and the winner only had no three minutes. If the ink is not dry on his new business, he may have the right to ask about a small bump.

It’s been 35 years since the eels last won a Premier League, but one The night the eels were sheared on Waqa Blake (calf), another drought could have been broken.

It was raining so hard that both teams only had kickers to warm up on the field and rally at halftime there was already water in the divots on the floor.

Most of them would have belonged to Gutherson, who had so much ground under his feet and insisted on playing so fast every time there was an interruption that was almost needed to catch his breath and just watch him.

Eels coach Brad Arthur undoubtedly knows that he is Parramatta’s most valuable player, a stand that can only be improved if the game’s infatuation with being faster.

The No. 1 scored in the ers No goal in the first half, but saved three attempts before the teams trudged up the tunnel. He was part of a crew of three to get Nelson Asofa-Solomona off the ground, kick off Josh Addo-Carr’s shoe as the storm seemed sure to score, and miraculously hit Cameron Munster’s ball. s grip inches off the line.

The only time he got stuck was when he harmlessly tripped over Justin Olam in the second leg and must have his ankle strapped.

Thursday night was a Cameron Smith night and no night that Münster or Papenhuyzen preferred.

Smith would have flipped his players back and forth, kicked the ball into the corners at the start of the duel count and forced his rivals into submission. It was the kind of game that Craig Bellamy will really miss the best of modern times, which would certainly have placed the Sturm better than the 6-point score during the break.

« Unfortunately, we want to put it in at halftime.  » Let’s go Smithy « , » ???? « Said Bellamy. » We learn and that’s part of it. « As I said to the players, I couldn’t ask for more effort, I could possibly ask for some smarter effort.

Sivo jumped high over George Jennings? That first of two times in the night ???? To catch a Dylan Brown kick for the first points, a lead was erased when Reimis Smith scored his first attempt to refuse Munster for the Storm moments after Gutherson’s exploits PARRAMATTA EELS 16 (Maika Sivo 2, Junior Paulo tries; Mitchell Moses 2 goals) defeated MELBOURNE STORM 12 (Reimis Smith, Justin Olam tries; Ryan Papenhuyzen 2 goals) at Bankwest Stadium. Referee: Ashley Klein. Quantity: 10,416.

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