Sunday 17 December 2017 / 02:01 AM

NRL Round 10 Team Lists

Bulldogs v Roosters – 7.35pm, Friday, May 15 @ ANZ Stadium

Bulldogs

1 Sam Perrett

2 Curtis Rona

3 Josh Morris

4 Chase Stanley

5 Corey Thompson

6 Josh Reynolds

7 Trent Hodkinson

8 Aiden Tolman

9 Michael Lichaa

10 James Graham

11 Josh Jackson

12 Tony Williams

13 Greg Eastwood

Interchange

14 Sam Kasiano

15 Tim Browne

16 Frank Pritchard

17 Moses Mbye

19 David Klemmer

21 Antonio Kaufusi

22 Lloyd Perrett

Coach: Des Hasler

Roosters

1 Roger Tuivasa-Sheck

2 Daniel Tupou

3 Michael Jennings

4 Mitchell Aubusson

5 Shaun Kenny-Dowall

6 James Maloney

7 Mitchell Pearce (c)

8 Jared Waerea-Hargreaves

9 Jake Friend (c)

10 Sam Moa

11 Boyd Cordner

12 Aiden Guerra

13 Isaac Liu

Interchange

14 Jackson Hastings

15 Sio Siua Taukeiaho

16 Kane Evans

17 Dylan Napa

Coach: Trent Robinson

Notes: James Graham, Josh Reynolds and Greg Eastwood are all back for the Bulldogs, while David Klemmer has been named in the No.19 jersey on an extended bench. The Roosters are unchanged.

Cowboys v Broncos – 7.35pm, Friday, May 15 @ 1300SMILES Stadium

Cowboys

1 Lachlan Coote

2 Matthew Wright

3 Justin O’Neill

4 Kane Linnett

5 Antonio Winterstein

6 Michael Morgan

7 Johnathan Thurston (c)

8 Matthew Scott (c)

9 Jake Granville

10 James Tamou

11 Gavin Cooper

12 Ethan Lowe

13 John Asiata

Interchange

14 Ray Thompson

15 Ben Spina

16 Ben Hannant

17 Sam Hoare

18 Rory Kostjasyn

Coach: Paul Green

Broncos

1 Darius Boyd

2 Jordan Kahu

3 Jack Reed

4 Justin Hodges

5 Lachlan Maranta

6 Anthony Milford

7 Ben Hunt

8 Sam Thaiday

9 Andrew McCullough

10 Adam Blair

11 Alex Glenn

12 Matt Gillett

13 Corey Parker

Interchange

14 Jarrod Wallace

15 Francis Molo

16 Corey Oates

17 Kodi Nikorima

Coach: Wayne Bennett

Notes: Ray Thompson and Sam Hoare have replaced Rory Kostjasyn and Kelepi Tanginoa on the Cowboys’ bench. Sam Thaiday returns from suspension to replace the suspended Josh McGuire in the front-row. Francis Molo replaces Joe Ofahengaue on the Broncos’ interchange.

Eels v Warriors – 3.00pm, Saturday, May 16 @ Pirtek Stadium

Eels

1 Reece Robinson

2 Semi Radradra

3 Will Hopoate

4 Brad Takairangi

5 Ryan Morgan

6 Corey Norman

7 Luke Kelly

8 Danny Wicks

9 Nathan Peats

10 Tim Mannah (c)

11 Manu Ma’u

12 Tepai Moeroa

13 Anthony Watmough

Interchange

14 Isaac De Gois

15 Pauli Pauli

16 Richie Fa’aoso

17 Peni Terepo

Coach: Brad Arthur

Warriors

1 Tuimoala Lolohea

2 Jonathan Wright

3 Dominique Peyroux

4 Solomone Kata

5 Manu Vatuvei

6 Chad Townsend

7 Shaun Johnson

8 Jacob Lillyman

9 Thomas Leuluai

10 Ben Matulino

11 Bodene Thompson

12 Ryan Hoffman

13 Simon Mannering (c)

Interchange

14 Nathan Friend

15 Sione Lousi

16 Sam Lisone

17 Albert Vete

18 Raymond Faitala-Mariner

Coach: Andrew McFadden

Notes: Chris Sandow, Joseph Paulo and David Gower have been dumped from the Eels side and replaced by Luke Kelly, Tepai Moeroa and Pauli Pauli. Dominique Peyroux replaces suspended Warriors centre Konrad Hurrell, which also sees Sione Lousi come onto the bench.

Titans v Sharks – 5.30pm, Saturday, May 16 @ Cbus Super Stadium

Titans

1 Josh Hoffman

2 Anthony Don

3 James Roberts

4 William Zillman

5 David Mead

6 Aidan Sezer

7 Kane Elgey

8 Luke Douglas

9 Kierran Moseley

10 Nate Myles (c)

11 Ryan James

12 Dave Taylor

13 Lachlan Burr

Interchange

14 Matt White

15 Eddy Pettybourne

16 Mark Ioane

17 Daniel Mortimer

Coach: Neil Henry

Sharks

1 Ben Barba

2 Valentine Holmes

3 Gerard Beale

4 Blake Ayshford

5 Michael Gordon

6 Jack Bird

7 Jeff Robson

8 Andrew Fifita

9 Michael Ennis (c)

10 Matt Prior

11 Jayson Bukuya

12 Wade Graham (c)

13 Luke Lewis

Interchange

14 Sami Sauiluma

15 Tinirau Arona

16 David Fifita

17 Sam Tagataese

Coach: Shane Flanagan

Notes: The Titans are unchanged despite their 40-point loss to the Raiders, while David Fifita, Michael Gordon and Blake Ayshford come into the Sharks’ line-up for Anthony Tupou, Mitch Brown and Ricky Leutele respectively.

Storm v Rabbitohs – 7.30pm, Saturday, May 16 @ AAMI Park

Storm

1 Billy Slater

2 Mahe Fonua

3 Will Chambers

4 Kurt Mann

5 Marika Koroibete

6 Blake Green

7 Cooper Cronk

8 Jesse Bromwich

9 Cameron Smith (c)

10 Tim Glasby

11 Kevin Proctor

12 Tohu Harris

13 Dale Finucane

Interchange

14 Ryan Hinchcliffe

15 Kenny Bromwich

16 Dayne Weston

17 Christian Welch

18 Felise Kaufusi

19 Tom Learoyd-Lahrs

Coach: Craig Bellamy

Rabbitohs

1 Greg Inglis (c)

2 Alex Johnston

3 Dylan Walker

4 Bryson Goodwin

5 Aaron Gray

6 John Sutton

7 Luke Keary

8 George Burgess

9 Cameron McInnes

10 Dave Tyrrell

11 Chris Grevsmuhl

12 Chris McQueen

13 Ben Lowe

Interchange

14 Issac Luke

15 Nathan Brown

16 Thomas Burgess

17 Tim Grant

18 Joel Reddy

Coach: Michael Maguire

Notes: The Storm are unchanged. John Sutton has been named at five-eighth despite suffering an eye injury on Monday, after Adam Reynolds suffered a broken thumb. Chris Grevsmuhl moves into the starting pack and Nathan Brown joins the Rabbitohs’ interchange.

Dragons v Raiders – 2.00pm, Sunday, May 17 @ WIN Stadium

Dragons

1 Josh Dugan

2 Peter Mata’utia

3 Euan Aitken

4 Dylan Farrell

5 Jason Nightingale

6 Gareth Widdop

7 Benji Marshall

8 Leeson Ah Mau

9 Mitch Rein

10 Mike Cooper

11 Tyson Frizell

12 Joel Thompson

13 Trent Merrin

Interchange

14 Ben Creagh

15 Will Matthews

16 Heath L’Estrange

17 Jack de Belin

Coach: Paul McGregor

Raiders

1 Jack Wighton

2 Edrick Lee

3 Jarrod Croker (c)

4 Sisa Waqa

5 Jordan Rapana

6 Blake Austin

7 Mitch Cornish

8 Paul Vaughan

9 Josh Hodgson

10 Frank-Paul Nuuausala

11 Josh Papalii

12 Iosia Soliola

13 Shaun Fensom

Interchange

14 Kurt Baptiste

15 Jarrad Kennedy

16 Mark Nicholls

17 Shannon Boyd

18 David Shillington

Coach: Ricky Stuart

Notes: The Dragons will line up as per last Monday. Mitch Cornish has been recalled for injured Raiders halfback Sam Williams.

Knights v Tigers – 4.00pm, Sunday, May 17 @ Hunter Stadium

Knights

1 Dane Gagai

2 James McManus

3 Sione Mata’utia

4 Joseph Leilua

5 Akuila Uate

6 Kurt Gidley (c)

7 Tyrone Roberts

8 Kade Snowden

9 Tyler Randell

10 David Fa’alogo

11 Beau Scott

12 Tariq Sims

13 Jeremy Smith

Interchange

14 Adam Clydsdale

15 Chris Houston

16 Korbin Sims

17 Jack Stockwell

18 Joseph Tapine

Coach: Rick Stone

Wests Tigers

1 James Tedesco

2 Kevin Naiqama

3 Delouise Hoeter

4 Chris Lawrence

5 Pat Richards

6 Mitch Moses

7 Luke Brooks

8 Aaron Woods

9 Robbie Farah (c)

10 Keith Galloway

11 Curtis Sironen

12 Kyle Lovett

13 Martin Taupau

Interchange

14 Dene Halatau

15 Ava Seumanufagai

16 Matthew Lodge

17 Sauaso Sue

Coach: Jason Taylor

Notes: Dane Gagai has been named at fullback and Sione Mata’utia at centre for the Knights, while Jack Stockwell returns to the bench for Joseph Tapine. The Tigers are unchanged.

Sea Eagles v Panthers – 7.00pm, Monday, May 18 @ Brookvale Oval

Sea Eagles

1 Brett Stewart

2 Jorge Taufua

3 Jamie Lyon

4 Steve Matai

5 Peta Hiku

6 Tom Symonds

7 Daly Cherry-Evans

8 Jake Trbojevic

9 Matt Ballin (c)

10 Luke Burgess

11 Blake Leary

12 Justin Horo

13 Dunamis Lui

Interchange

14 Feleti Mateo

15 Willie Mason

16 Josh Starling

17 Ligi Sao

18 James Hasson

20 Tony Satini

Coach: Geoff Toovey

Panthers

1 Matt Moylan

2 George Jennings

3 Waqa Blake

4 Dallin Watene Zelezniak

5 David Simmons

6 Apisai Koroisau

7 Jamie Soward

8 Nigel Plum

9 James Segeyaro

10 Sam McKendry

11 Lewis Brown

12 Isaah Yeo

13 Elijah Taylor

Interchange

14 Bryce Cartwright

15 Jeremy Latimore

16 Sika Manu

17 Reagan Campbell-Gillard

18 Will Smith

Coach: Ivan Cleary

Notes: Steve Matai returns from suspension at centre, which pushes Peta Hiku out to the wing and David Williams out of the side. James Segeyaro returns for Penrith, which sees Apisai Koroisau move to five-eighth and Isaac John drop out of the team. Sika Manu has returned to the bench for the suspended Tyrone Peachey. 

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