Watch NRC Brisbane City vs Greater Sydney Rams Live Stream 2015 Free Online Australia Rugby Championship Round 09 Online Free. Brisbane City vs Greater Sydney Rams match will be kick off at Ballymore, Brisbane, Australia, Saturday 17 October 2015 Online, Time 15:30 (AEDT) NRC Brisbane City vs Greater Sydney Rams Live Streaming and its broadcast On Fox Sports.
This match shows the value of the Horan-Little Shield. Here we are. The last round of the season and it’s first against last. Ordinarily it would be a fairly low key affair, but with the advent of this challenge shield both teams have plenty to play for on Saturday at Ballymore. Brisbane are obviously keen as mustard to secure they Shield, having held it since defeating the Rising in Round 2, and have secured a full strength squad to do so. For the Rams the chance to claim their first piece of silverware of the NRC, to dispose of the competition frontrunners and avoid the wooden spoon means this match is their Grand Final.
There are two diverse playing styles in the respective 10 jerseys this weekend. For the Rams the electric Paul Asquith has been a revelation since moving to flyhalf in the recent weeks. The former 7s player has proved a constant thread to opposition defensive lines and provides a spark of energy for the Rams backline. Jake McIntyre, meanwhile, has quietly played his own game amongst a backline full of flash. McIntyre has plenty of skill but relies on providing the opportunities for his outside men to weave their magic. He’s been a critical player in Brisbane’s success this season and currently sits atop the competition point scorers list.
I just can’t go past the match up on the wings between the lightning feet of Afa Pakalani and the lightning feet of Junior Laloifi. The former Waratah and Aussie 7s flyer, Pakalani has only made a couple of starts for the Rams towards the end of the season and has shown his class in his limited opportunities. He has the ability to light up the field and his experience at the top level could be crucial this weekend. There has been heaps written about Laloifi this tournament and not much more I can say here. He remains the top tryscorer of the competition, with 11, but it’s his willingness to get involved and create opportunities for his team mates that has really been on show of late. A super talent.
Brisbane City: 1. Pettowa Paraka, 2. Andrew Ready, 3. Sam Talakai, 4. Corey Thomas, 5. Cadeyrn Neville, 6. Waita Setu, 7. Liam Gill (C), 8. Adam Korczyk, 9. Nick Frisby, 10. Jake McIntyre, 11. Junior Laloifi, 12. Henry Taefu, 13. Samu Kerevi, 14. Alex Gibbon, 15. Karmichael Hunt.
Reserves: 16. Matt Mafi, 17. Ryan Freney, 18. Feao Fotuaika, 19. Ben Hyne, 20. Luke Beauchamp, 21. Moses Sorovi, 22. Mika Tela, 23. Andy Muirhead.
Rams: 1. Cameron Orr, 2. Siliva Siliva, 3. Sam Needs, 4. Jake Douglas, 5. Will Munro, 6. Kelly Meafua, 7. Jono Hayes, 8. Cohen Masson, 9. Dewet Roos, 10. Paul Asquith, 11. Afa Pakalani, 12. Michael Mcdougall, 13. Jordan Heyer, 14. Brad Curtis,15. Brendan Hartmann.
Reserves: 16. Max Holland, 17.Matt Gibbon, 18. Cameron Betham , 19.Brad Kapa, 20. Sevaro Domoni, 21. Kaleb Rech, 22. Rohan Saifoloi, 23. Matt Teki.