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2018 Fox Memorial Grand Final ratings: Glenora

2018 Fox Memorial Grand Final ratings: Glenora

Kiwileaguecentral.com looks over the performance of all 17 Glenora players during the 6-0 2018 Fox Memorial Premiership Grand Final loss to Pt Chevalier. 

1 Polima Siaki

Starved off any real opportunities in attack, but was very good defensively, reading kicks well and defusing a number of dangerous situations. 6/10

2 James Taumata

Such was the nature of the game, his role was mostly restricted to being a ball carrier out of yardage. Even when the ball came down his edge in attack, it rarely made it to Taumata. 5/10

3 Chaz Brown

Went close a couple of times and had some strong carries. Part of a right side that struggled to get any space with ball in hand. 7/10

4 To’o Alo

Left the game late in the first half with injury and didn’t return. 3/10

5 Simon Luafalealo

Kept busy with plenty of carries. Had limited opportunities in attack. 6/10

6 Jordan Tuarae

Looked the most likely attacking option for Glenora and went agonisingly close to scoring late in the match, only to drop the ball over the line. Played well across all areas. 7/10

7 Phil Kingi

Competed on every play and his defence was strong. Left the game late in the match after attempting to play on through a leg injury. 6/10

8 Soape Kavaliku

Dented the line with his carries, but was met constantly by a green wall which meant he wasn’t able to generate the roll he would have hoped. 6.5/10

9 Zac Tippins

Worked hard all day. Had to play out of position for the back end of the first half after Phil Kingi left the field injured. Dished out some huge hits early on. 7.5/10

14 Chase Bernard

Glenora’s best player. Kept turning up for carries, pushing through big minutes. A brutal presence in defence as well. 8.5/10

11 Daniel Reuelu-Buchanan

Had to play out of position after Alo went off injured. Solid overall. 6/10

12 Epalahame Lauaki

Was well contained all day and for the most part taken out of the game by Pt Chevalier’s edge men. Refused to give up and had some big plays late in the piece. 6.5/10

13 Shane Hannam

Dished out hit after hit. Helped change momentum in the second half as Glenora came back into the contest. 7.5/10


10 Graeme Sua-Poe

Got through plenty of work in the middle. Did the job asked of him. 6/10

15 Tulson Caird

Did his best off the bench. Well contained for the most part. 6/10

16 Caleb Uele

Added plenty when he came on. Tried his best to promote second phase and get the Bears moving. 6.5/10

17 Hosea Taukatelata

Played a limited role off the bench. 5/10