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Collingwood recruit James Aish is living proof of why you shouldnt judge an AFL player too quickly.Aish finished fourth in the count for the 2014 Rising Star award but managed only 11 games in his second season at Brisbane.It was a combination of poor form, a finger injury, a broken jaw and near-constant speculation over his future.Nonetheless the midfielder arrived at the Magpies with great expectations last year, having been taken with pick No.7 in the 2013 draft.Aish struggled in the opening half of this season but since earning a recall for round 14 has been far more consistent, playing all eight games and showing plenty of class.He copped a lot of flak for it, were so quick to jump on guys, Collingwood coach Nathan Buckley said of criticism levelled at Aish earlier this year.Aishys only in his third year. Hes played 25 or 30 games of footy. He was learning about his new teammates, coming to a new city in Melbourne that hes never lived in before.There was plenty of settling in that he had to do.Clearly hes been able to stick at it, see the bigger picture and continue to work away. His form over the last six weeks has been pretty encouraging.Buckley suggested many judges showed a lack of restraint across the league.I know we get very impatient with recruits, even with young players, he said.An old wise head once told me that you cant expect a third grader to pass matriculation.Youve got to get through primary school before you get to high school.The hot form of Adam Treloar, who like Aish joined the club during last years trade period, has helped the Magpies deal with the season-long absence of Dane Swan.Buckley remains unsure whether 2011 Brownlow medallist Swan will retire, having suffered a serious foot injury in round one.Hes in limbo a little bit. 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Brisbane may be struggling for consistency in the NRL but surprisingly theyre following the form line of the clubs 2006 premiership-winning side.The Broncos have won just four of their 12 matches after a blistering start to the year to slip to sixth on the ladder with 26 points.Its a slump that has many questioning their premiership credentials but contains eerie similarities to the Broncos last title-winning season.10 years ago the Broncos won six of their first eight matches then just five of 13 from rounds nine to 23.After that they sparked a run of six wins from their last seven games to secure the premiership.Regaining consistency is the focus of Broncos coach Wayne Bennett after last weekends narrow 12-8 win over St George Illawarra.Brisbane last claimed back-to-back victories when they defeated Souths 30-8 at Suncorp on April 22.Bennett says backing up the victory over the Dragons this Friday against Parramatta is what his team needs to do with finals looming on the horizon.Weve got to put a line in the sand right now and start to back some games up, Bennett said.We expect Parramatta to be tough and theyll be desperate to play well. Weve got to answer that and be on our game ourselves, not be flat.The Broncos will be sweaating on the fitness of Lachlan Maranta after he failed to complete training on Thursday due to a groin injury.dddddddddddd.With Jack Reed (shoulder), Jordan Kahu (pectoral) and Greg Eden (knee) already ruled out, the Broncos will turn to 21-year-old Jonus Pearson as cover for Maranta.Pearson starred for the Broncos under-20s last year and will make his NRL debut if Maranta cant complete a fitness test on Friday morning.The Eels sit 13th on the ladder after a one-point win over Manly last weekend.Brad Arthur has made a couple of changes from that winning side, with David Gower coming on to the bench and Peni Terepo starting at lock in place of Beau Scott.Winger Semi Radradra may also be a late inclusion after travelling to Brisbane with the team.BRONCOS v EELS - Key match stats* Brisbane have won three of their past four against Parramatta, with each victory coming by 10 points or more.* Brisbane have won 11 of 13 matches where they led at halftime but lost all seven matches where theyve been trailing at the break.* Parramatta have lost their past five matches in Queensland.(Source: Fox Sports Stats) ' ' '

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