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There is plenty to talk about coming off a long bye week and The Tip Sheet covers it all in a massive episode. Sixties, Forty20 and Clint kick things off with a nod to head coach Brad Arthur as he overtakes Brian Smith to become the longest tenured coach of all time at the Parramatta Eels.
The boys then have a serious discussion about Dylan Brown and the circumstances that led to the NRL standing him down for the foreseeable future. The talk turns to who will replace him with new recruit Daejarn Asi primed to be the next man to step up.
It almost wouldn’t be a news podcast without another Eel injured and frustratingly it is breakout stud Wiremu Greig who has joined the injured list. Wiremu has a Lisfranc fracture – an injury that will likely end his season. There is good news though with Reagan Campbell-Gillard back from a groin injury as well as more reinforcements on the horizon.
Next up the show brings you all of the news and award winners from the Junior Representatives Awards Night. The gala event celebrated all three teams making the finals and the SG Ball claiming a record setting 14th title.
Origin and concussion dominate the backend of the show. Injuries to Nathan Cleary and the live injury to Api Koroisau have thrown the NSW Blues into disarray. Will Mitchell Moses be called up? What does that mean for the Eels?