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Sport Gal: I was right, Gus was wrong on GF star

08:15  26 october  2020
08:15  26 october  2020 Source:   wwos.nine.com.au

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"I can't agree with you, Gal - we'd both be wrong."

It's a line Phil Gould said to me, while we were butting heads on 100% Footy, that I haven't forgotten.

Well, guess what, Gus - this time I was 100 per cent right!

Gus and myself have long spoken about teams having extra gears. For me, that means a team can go to another level during a key time in a game; a big game, especially.

Often, that comes down to individual brilliance. Last year, Melbourne had Cameron Smith and Cameron Munster red-lining, yet probably didn't have too much else. They didn't have that extra gear against a stacked team like the Roosters, who they lost to in the 2019 preliminary finals.

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Phil Gould, Paul Gallen are posing for a picture: Phil Gould and Paul Gallen on 100% Footy. © Nine Phil Gould and Paul Gallen on 100% Footy.

Gus has remained convinced that the Storm still didn't have another gear this season. In fairness, he's also said that Melbourne may still be good enough to win the comp, extra gear or not.

Yet with another year of development under his belt and more time working with Billy Slater, Ryan Papenhuyzen was that extra gear for the Storm. I said it often pre-game and you can't dispute it after his Clive Churchill Medal grand final performance, which helped Melbourne to win another premiership.

That try ... I had my head down just for a moment, looked up and Papenhuyzen was about 30 metres past where he'd split the line of defence. It was unbelievable.

It was a try from a scrum and it was spectacular. Gus and I have also argued over whether scrums should still be part of the game. I say keep them but Gus reckons they should be scrapped.

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The number of tries scored from scrums have doubled under the new rules, which let the attacking team nominate where it's packed. Papenhuyzen, one of the fastest men in the game, just had that little bit of extra space and that's all he needed to burn two defenders and run 80 metres to score.

It was an awesome try that came just when Melbourne needed that little bit of brilliance to really put themselves beyond Penrith's reach. Papenhuyzen provided it.

Gus was speaking about Papenhuyzen as a brilliant game-breaker after that try. Brad Fittler made the snap announcement that he'd be picked for the NSW State of Origin squad.

One problem: Gus didn't think he should be picked! He and I chose the remaining seven players in the squad last week; I had Papenhuyzen and Gus didn't. I reckon Papenhuyzen is the clear choice as NSW's long-term fullback, following James Tedesco.

Maybe he'll get the chance to make an impact off the bench this series. I'm not sure where he'd defend but he'd certainly handle it. He'd be a huge handful in attack, running at Queensland's tired forwards late in halves.

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a close up of a man with his hand on his head: Storm fullback Ryan Papenhuyzen celebrates after scoring his incredible grand final try. © Getty Storm fullback Ryan Papenhuyzen celebrates after scoring his incredible grand final try.

Papenhuyzen's teammates knew exactly what a special game he'd played in the grand final. I was standing around about to interview Cameron Munster, asking what Cameron Smith was going to decide on his future, having a laugh about it. I suggested Cam Smith would probably get the Clive Churchill Medal and Munster replied, "Mate, Papenhuyzen was unbelievable." I certainly couldn't argue with him.

Melbourne as a club are unbelievable. They just keep on keeping on.

Something Craig Bellamy said after the game really stuck in my mind: that although this definitely wasn't the most talented group he's had, they work bloody hard.

It goes to show that working hard and playing for each other can beat talent. Full credit to them for what they achieved on Sunday.

We discussed last week that Melbourne are one of the few clubs to who rugby league's most overused word, culture, really applies. There they were on grand final day: Jason Ryles, Ryan Hoffman and Ryan Hinchcliffe, ex-players who bled for the club still deeply involved in the team.

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And on speed dial for Ryan Papenhuyzen this year has been Billy Slater. The Storm have somehow gone seamlessly from an all-time great to a young kid, thanks to Billy imparting his knowledge and Papenhuyzen hanging off every word.


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Again, it's not just talent; I know how hard Billy worked as a player. Papenhuyzen's rise as an elite NRL player is clearly down to hard work as much as raw ability.

Look what their grand final win was based on - it was pure Melbourne. They weathered Penrith's early field position and possession with their defence, got that somewhat contentious but fair try to Justin Olam, then two penalties later, they're already up 10-0. Penrith again bombed a couple of tries, as they were guilty of in their preliminary final, and then Suliasi Vunivalu and Cam Smith put the Storm up 22-0 by half-time.

Melbourne have long been the best at grinding out a win and they're the NRL's best front-runners. Once they're in front, they give you nothing. They strangle you out of the game. They beat you with ruthless structure and consistency.

But this season, Papenhuyzen also added fresh brilliance - the extra gear which saw them again lift the trophy.

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a crowd of people watching a baseball game: Storm fullback Ryan Papenhuyzen runs away to score his 80m NRL grand final try against Penrith. © Getty Storm fullback Ryan Papenhuyzen runs away to score his 80m NRL grand final try against Penrith.

PAIN CAN POWER PANTHERS TO GREATER GLORY

While you never want to lose a grand final, I see a possible silver lining for Penrith.

There are a lot of young kids in that side, who have tasted victory throughout juniors and very nearly just won an NRL premiership early in their careers.

Look at Wests Tigers. They won the 2005 title with a young side, took their success for granted and to be fair, have done nothing since. It was a fairytale win but the club has never really recovered, apart from a couple of semi-finals appearances.

If you're a Panthers player or fan, losing on Sunday isn't great and they won't be happy about it. But it will give that team an absolute feeling of hunger going forward.

I spoke to Nathan Cleary post-match and he said that the pain would take a long time to go away. You could see how much he was hurting. He said that all next pre-season, the players would use it as motivation to try and go one better next year.

If you're a Panthers fan, following this hugely talented young team, you'd be hoping that this pain and hunger might lead to more than one premiership. Maybe they can win a few, now these young guys are so hungry; whereas if they'd won on Sunday, maybe it would have come too early and that would have been it.

Nathan Cleary et al. posing for the camera: Panthers players Dylan Edwards, Nathan Cleary and Viliame Kikau reflect on their grand final loss. © Getty Panthers players Dylan Edwards, Nathan Cleary and Viliame Kikau reflect on their grand final loss.

James Tamou will be a big loss moving forward, as an experienced player and leader, and it remains to be seen how they can replace him. Yet the Penrith Panthers have really built something with this side

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I'm from Western Sydney, so I know how strong that Penrith competition is. When you look at the fact that Sunday was the Panthers' first grand final since 2003, I've got to say that they've probably underachieved in that time. I've got no doubt that it's probably the best junior rugby league nursery in Australia and Penrith's NRL results have not reflected that, barring some periodical semi-finals appearances.

As much as Gus Gould is a sparring partner, you've got to give the bloke credit for what he did out there as Penrith's previous general manager. He's copped a lot of stick about the supposed five-year plan and while it may have taken some extra time, that plan has come to fruition and looks strong and sustainable.

The basis of this grand final team was getting the best juniors through and developing them into NRL-standard players. They've done that and if the can continue along that path, more success should be forthcoming; especially now that the current team has extra hunger from losing on Sunday.

The Panthers now have several NSW State of Origin selections also, after Nathan Cleary was their only pick last season. Now they have Cleary, Jarome Luai, Stephen Crichton and Isaah Yeo. Again, they're players Gus has had plenty to do with.

I wasn't sure who Luai was eligible for; I was going to name him in my final picks for the Blues last week but at that stage wasn't sure if he was in the mix, given that he's played Test footy for Samoa. He's been excellent for the Panthers all season.

After the grand final, Freddy spoke about the energy that Luai brings to not only the game, but around training. It's a big plus in his favour and he's a deserved selection, albeit probably just for experience around the squad at this stage.

Crichton is probably in that category, too; though perhaps he'll get a run in Origin III if the Blues can win the first two games. Yeo has had a great year, he's consistently been outstanding and really deserves his spot. Cleary picks himself, he's the best half in the game at the moment.

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CAM SMITH STILL THE BEST AND COULD PLAY ON

All records are made to be broken and eventually, someone will always come along who's that little bit better.

But we won't see another Cameron Smith for a while. Eventually, sure, but if he retires now, he's somehow managed to leave the game as still the best player, despite being 37 years-old. It's just incredible.

I'm honestly not sure he will retire. Part of me thinks that he will because how could you top what he's done this year; winning another premiership in the toughest season that we've ever seen. Winning a grand final is a hell of a way to go out.

But he's still got it. He can still do it all.

Dale Finucane, Cameron Smith are posing for a picture: Cameron Smith celebrates his grand final try. © Getty Cameron Smith celebrates his grand final try.

I've discussed before how he's mastered the game, taking out most of the contact, controlling things with his passing, kicking and thinking. He catches and wrestles in defence, rather than whacking people, which keeps his body intact.

He could go on, no doubt. Only he will know what he wants to do and we'll find out soon enough.

He's earned the right to do whatever he wants. As I've said plenty of times before, he's the greatest player I've seen.

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