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Dane Tilse
« on: March 13, 2012, 03:12:25 PM »
Tilse to miss a month with rib injury

Canberra Raiders prop Dane Tilse has been ruled out for four weeks, after scans yesterday revealed damage to his rib cartilage.

Tilse was hopeful he'd be given the all clear by medical staff, however the injury is worse than first expected and will require a month on the sideline.

Sam Mataora and Joe Picker have been included on an extended bench for the weekend, with a decision to be made on the final make-up of the team later in the week.

Both Mataora and Picker were impressive in the Mounties first win of the year last weekend against Manly.

Raiders Coach David Furner said the loss of Tilse was a blow for the side and said he wouldn't risk further injury to Learoyd-Lahrs by selecting him ahead of being fully fit.

"Tilsey has been in tremendous form in the trials and the first two weeks so to lose another prop is disappointing but we have Sam and Joey there who can fill the role," Furner said. "Tommy isn't quite right to go yet and he'll continue to be assessed as he continues his rehab running sessions."

CANBERRA RAIDERS v SYDNEY ROOSTERS
Round 3, 2012 NRL Premiership
Sunday, March 18, 2012
NRL Kick-Off 2pm
Allianz Stadium
Game Tag: #NRLSYDCAN
Referees: Steve Lyons/Allan Shorthall

1 Josh Dugan
2 Blake Ferguson
3 Jarrod Croker
4 Shaun Berrigan
5 Jack Wighton
6 Terry Campese [c]
7 Josh McCrone
8 David Shillington
9 Travis Waddell
10 Brett White
11 Josh Papalii
12 Bronson Harrison
13 Shaun Fensom

14 Glen Buttriss
15 Joel Thompson
16 Trevor Thurling
17 Sam Mataora
18 Joe Picker

17 Sam Mataora
18 Joe Picker

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Re: Dane Tilse
« Reply #1 on: March 13, 2012, 03:18:13 PM »
It's about time we had a Dane Tilse thread I knew there was someone big missing!

Big shame to lose the big guy but I'm sure we will be able to cover him. Best of luck for a swift recovery big fella!

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Re: Dane Tilse
« Reply #2 on: March 19, 2012, 06:28:07 PM »
Injury Update

NAME: Dane Tilse
INJURY: Ribs
SCHEDULE: Tilse sustained damage to his rib Cartliage and will miss this week with injury.
DUE BACK: Indefinite

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Re: Dane Tilse
« Reply #3 on: March 29, 2012, 01:45:56 PM »
Raiders' Tilse tipped for early return
29 March 2012, 11:50 am

Canberra prop Brett White is backing Dane Tilse to make an early return from a rib injury for the Raiders' NRL clash against North Queensland on Monday, but has doubts about David Shillington's availability.

Early reports suggested Shillington would miss up to three weeks after coming off the field during the Raiders' 30-16 win over the Wests Tigers with an abdominal injury.

But after a better-than-expected assessment from Raiders medical staff, the front-rower was named to start for the Raiders when they take on the Cowboys at Canberra Stadium on Monday night.

White indicated there were still doubts about Shillington's fitness, with a final decision to be made by Sunday.

"We're not sure (how he's going), but straight away he said six weeks and then each day it gets a week less," White said.

"To have him back for the Warriors game (in round six) would be great, but at the same time we don't want him coming back too early if there's a chance of reinjuring it.

"He's probably one of the leading front-rowers in the comp and his workrate shows that.

"He's a big loss but in saying that, hopefully Tilsey will be right and we get him back.

"We lose one good front-rower and then get another one back hopefully."

Tilse has been absent for the Raiders since suffering rib cartilage damage against Gold Coast in round two.

Officially, the Raiders have said he's still a week away.

Meanwhile, fellow forward Josh Papalii will resume full training on Friday ahead of the Cowboys match.

He played through a minor tear to his thigh muscle before coming off at halftime against the Tigers on Monday.

"I recover pretty quickly, so that's a good advantage," he said.

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Re: Dane Tilse
« Reply #4 on: March 31, 2012, 01:17:09 PM »
Tilse set to replace Shillo

Kangaroos prop David Shillington rates himself little chance of facing the Cowboys, but the Raiders are expected to welcome back another front-rower on Monday night.

Dane Tilse completed the majority of yesterday's training session in a positive sign he has made an earlier than expected recovery from rib cartilage damage. Tilse was expected to miss a month after picking up the injury in the round two victory against the Gold Coast Titans.

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Re: Dane Tilse
« Reply #5 on: April 01, 2012, 10:15:58 PM »
Shillo out, Tilse in for Raiders
1 April 2012, 7:13 pm

Canberra prop David Shillington has run out of time to be declared fit for the Raiders' Monday night clash with North Queensland at Canberra Stadium.

But in a pleasing coup for the Raiders, they will regain the services of Dane Tilse, who has recovered a week earlier than expected from a rib injury.

Shillington was always a hopeful addition for the Raiders after going down with an oblique muscle strain in last week's 30-16 victory over Wests Tigers in Campbelltown.

The early prognosis put Shillington's return at three weeks, but just a day later he was named in the Raiders' starting line-up.

He got his first training hit-out on Sunday, including some wrestling and running drills, but doctors confirmed he will need another week.

"Furnsey's (coach David Furner) given me every opportunity to prove myself, so at the moment it's more just rest and recovery," Shillington said.

"At least I'll be in good stead for next week."

Tilse was injured in the Raiders' round two victory against Gold Coast and was not originally slated to return until round seven, but will now fill the vacancy at prop against the Cowboys.

"It'd be better with both of us, but it's nice that one of us can be a part of it," Shillington said.

The Kangaroo prop's absence from the forwards is likely to be offset by the omission of Matthew Scott for the Cowboys, but Shillington said they would be dangerous regardless.

"(Scott's) the leader of their pack, but they've got some pretty capable forwards other than that," he said.

"They'll be tough to handle and they'll be trying to get forward and give Johnathan Thurston some room to play."

Shillington said the Raiders will be looking to cut off his time - a feat they managed to perfection with Benji Marshall last week.

"Hopefully we can do the same sort of thing this week with Johnathan," he said.

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Re: Dane Tilse
« Reply #6 on: April 02, 2012, 12:29:27 AM »
Tilse to offset Shillington's loss up front

The Canberra Raiders' front-row stocks have received a timely boost, with Dane Tilse set to return from injury and replace the injured David Shillington against North Queensland tonight.

Tilse has missed the past two weeks with rib cartilage damage, but was cleared to play after getting through yesterday's contact training unscathed.

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Re: Dane Tilse
« Reply #7 on: April 07, 2012, 11:40:29 PM »
Tilse to step up in White’s absence

With representative front rower Brett White sidelined through injury, reliable bookend Dane Tilse has taken it upon himself to step up in the absence.

“I actually enjoy the added responsibility,” said the 200cm man mountain.
“It tends to happen around Origin time normally so I’ve done it a fair bit before. I know I can step up and play well in their absence.”

“I missed a few weeks with injury myself but I got through some good minutes on Monday night and I’m sure I’ll be better for the run come Sunday as my match fitness has improved.”

The Raiders forward pack has been crippled in recent weeks with injuries to the two previously mentioned props along with Shaun Fensom and Joel Thompson also succumbing to injury.

White requires a full knee reconstruction and will not return this year in what will be a huge loss for the Green Machine.

“It’s devastating for Whitey. He’s a really great leader for our team both through his talk and what he’s been doing out on the field; he’s been in great form. It’s a big loss but we all have to step up now and move on.”

Tilse highlighted two of the club’s up and coming forward prospects in Jarrad Kennedy and Mark Nicholls as players who are more than capable to step up alongside himself while the others are on the sidelines.

“Jarrad’s a really good hard worker. He’s a little bit like Shaun Fensom actually so he might come in and do a bit of the role that Shaun normally does.

“Mark Nicholls is nice and tall and he’s been playing really well for Mounties so he should be good for us too if he gets a run.”

Tilse is adamant that whoever pulls on the Lime green jersey is sure to give their all for the Raiders in front of a packed out Canberra Stadium on Easter Sunday.

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Re: Dane Tilse
« Reply #8 on: April 07, 2012, 11:41:38 PM »
Tilse to step up in White’s absence

With representative front rower Brett White sidelined through injury, reliable bookend Dane Tilse has taken it upon himself to step up in the absence.

“I actually enjoy the added responsibility,” said the 200cm man mountain.
“It tends to happen around Origin time normally so I’ve done it a fair bit before. I know I can step up and play well in their absence.”

“I missed a few weeks with injury myself but I got through some good minutes on Monday night and I’m sure I’ll be better for the run come Sunday as my match fitness has improved.”

The Raiders forward pack has been crippled in recent weeks with injuries to the two previously mentioned props along with Shaun Fensom and Joel Thompson also succumbing to injury.

White requires a full knee reconstruction and will not return this year in what will be a huge loss for the Green Machine.

“It’s devastating for Whitey. He’s a really great leader for our team both through his talk and what he’s been doing out on the field; he’s been in great form. It’s a big loss but we all have to step up now and move on.”

Tilse highlighted two of the club’s up and coming forward prospects in Jarrad Kennedy and Mark Nicholls as players who are more than capable to step up alongside himself while the others are on the sidelines.

“Jarrad’s a really good hard worker. He’s a little bit like Shaun Fensom actually so he might come in and do a bit of the role that Shaun normally does.

“Mark Nicholls is nice and tall and he’s been playing really well for Mounties so he should be good for us too if he gets a run.”

Tilse is adamant that whoever pulls on the Lime green jersey is sure to give their all for the Raiders in front of a packed out Canberra Stadium on Easter Sunday.

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Re: Dane Tilse
« Reply #9 on: April 07, 2012, 11:46:10 PM »
ONYA TILSEY GO HARD LAD!!

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Re: Dane Tilse
« Reply #10 on: August 08, 2012, 10:12:17 AM »
He's excitedly awaiting the biggest moment of his life, but Dane Tilse is willing to risk not being there for his firstborn child's arrival so he can help the Raiders keep their season alive at Penrith on Sunday.

Tilse's wife Katie is due to give birth next Tuesday, and the Raiders prop is prepared to dash back down the Hume Highway should the baby arrive early.

The odds of him withdrawing are slim but the loss of Tilse would be a huge blow to the Raiders, who likely need to win their remaining four games to make the finals.

His absence would also leave David Shillington as the last man standing in Canberra's vaunted prop quartet, with Brett White and Tom Learoyd-Lahrs sidelined by injury.

Read more: http://www.canberratimes.com.au/rugby-league/league-news/tilse-could-miss-firstborns-arrival-to-help-raiders-win-20120807-23src.html#ixzz22uPPlduR

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Re: Dane Tilse
« Reply #11 on: August 14, 2012, 11:07:36 AM »
CanbTimesSport: Dane Tilse's wife has given birth to a girl Ila Rose Tilse. Mum and bub both healthy. Free to play this week Raiders fans! #nrl
13 August 2012, 7:27 pm

CanbTimesSport: Dane Tilse's wife has given birth to a girl Ila Rose Tilse. Mum and bub both healthy. Free to play this week Raiders fans! #nrl

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Re: Dane Tilse
« Reply #12 on: August 14, 2012, 11:08:53 AM »
Congratulations to Dane and Katie!

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« Reply #13 on: August 15, 2012, 12:17:16 AM »
Yesterday he held his 3.6-kilogram, 49-centimetre newborn daughter Ila in the palm of his hand, but this Saturday Raiders giant Dane Tilse will be asked to add extra muscle to Canberra's forward pack in a late finals push.

Tilse is the tallest player in the NRL at 200cm and the towering prop will return to training with the Raiders today, having been a late withdrawal from Canberra's season-saving win against the Penrith Panthers on Sunday.

Raiders coach David Furner was awoken by Tilse at 4.30am on the day of the game, Tilse having to rush back to Canberra to support wife Katie for the birth of their first child.

And Furner was only too happy to rush Tilse back into his squad for Saturday's match against the Roosters at Canberra Stadium.

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Re: Dane Tilse
« Reply #14 on: November 09, 2012, 09:04:00 AM »
Since joining the club in 2006, Dane Tilse has improved with each season and 2012 was no different.

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