The 2014 Willie M Medal: Round 17

Filed in NRL, Willie M by on July 7, 2014

Sydney Roosters five-eighth James Maloney was well in the mix for the 2012 Willie M Medal and has thrown himself back into the mix this year. Maloney’s form has varied wildly this year but there is no question that he had a stinker against the Sharks as the Chooks went from winning easily to the upset of the decade. Maloney has lost all of the intensity he displayed last year and looks decidedly average.

Canterbury v Manly
3-Mitch Brown (Bul)
2-Peter Hiku (Man)
1-Justin Horo (Man)
Judge: Nick Tedeschi

St George Illawarra v North Queensland
3-Glenn Hall (Cow)
2-Michael Morgan (Cow)
1-Adam Quinlan (Dra)
Judge: Nick Tedeschi

Sydney Roosters v Cronulla
3-Michael Lichaa (Cro)
2-James Maloney (Roo)
1-Nene Macdonald (Roo)
Judge: Cliff Bingham

Wests Tigers v Penrith
3-Chris Lawrence (Tig)
2-Pat Richards (Tig)
1-Braith Anasta (Tig)
Judge: Nick Tedeschi

South Sydney v Gold Coast
3-Issac Luke (Sou)
2-Kevin Gordon (GC)
1-Nathan Merritt (Sou)
Judge: Nick Tedeschi

16: Joey Leilua (New)
15: Blake Ayshford (Cro)
13: Jack Wighton (Can)
12: Daniel Holdsworth (Cro), James Maloney (Roo), Josh McCrone (Can)
11: Todd Carney (Cro)
10: Ben Hampton (Mel), Peter Hiku (Man), Chris Lawrence (Tig), Bill Tupou (Can)

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  1. Luke says:

    How did Beau Falloon not get 3 points? He was absolutely awful. 5 penalties conceded. A forward pass from dummy half. 2 falcons while not even watching the ball.