Manukau Courier : April 1st 2014
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Break is bad luck for Ropati MAD SPORT ON THE 19TH WARRIOR THE MAD BUTCHER If there’s a player in the Vodafone Warriors who deserves some good luck it’s Jerome Ropati. But it looks like he’s never going to get it. A mate of mine says bad luck is the only kind Jerome has and that’s hard to argue with after he broke his jaw in the win over the Tigers in Wellington on Saturday. Jerome is a good bloke, something said of a lot of players when they suffer a setback, but he’s been at the club for 11 seasons and played about 145 games, so fewer than half a season a year on average. I don’t know how long he is likely to be out but my heart aches for a guy who is our secondlongest serving player. I visited him in hos- pital on Sunday and by the time you read this, he should have had his operation. Jerome, who has played 10 tests for the Kiwis too, made his debut for the Warriors in 2003. He’s played at full- back, wing, centre and stand-off and I’ve never known him give anything other than his best. Think back to what I Find out more: phone 09 301 0101 or visit www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz was saying about how cruelly his career has been hit by injury and then consider that he played in every game in 2007 and you begin to understand how much footy he has missed. His 2011 season was ruined when he tore his ACL and he had to watch his team-mates go all the Photos: FAIRFAX MEDIA Top scorer: Glen Fisiiahi scores one of his four tries against the Tigers. way to the final. Yet I’ve never heard him bemoan his luck. He’s one of the most outwardly positive people I know and that’s amazing when you consider how he must have been feeling inside. Everyone thinks he must be part of the famous Ropati leagueplaying dynasty but he isn’t related. Of Samoan descent, he was educated at St Paul’s, the famous league school, and played his early footy with the Marist Saints and later Marist Richmond Brothers. The 2003 Bartercard Cup season shot him to prominence as he led the club to a final he didn’t play in because he was making his Warriors debut. Saturday’s experience was awesome. The atmosphere was great, the crowd more than 22,500-strong, the security guys were pleasant and sensible, and overall Wellington gets a huge tick – not least because we had a 42-18 win to celebrate too. Last week the boys won in Townsville for the first time in 12 years. Saturday was our first win in Wellington so all that remains is to get that Eden Park monkey off our backs. The big talking points were that the game went for two hours because of all the decisions going to the video ref, the incredible result given a comeback from 12-0 down and Thomas Leuluai. I thought he was good but I’ll leave it to him to sum up how the boys felt after the win was soured by Jerome’s broken jaw. ‘‘It does take the shine off it,’’ he said. ‘‘I feel sorry for him.’’ That’s back-to-back wins, with a visit to Cronulla next before the Bulldogs come to Eden Park. So it might be about how much confidence the side can take. All I ever ask is that players put in a good shift so fans don’t come away thinking they didn’t give their all. They could do worse than to look at someone like Jerome Ropati for inspiration.
March 28th 2014