2017 NRL Premiership - Round 10

South Sydney v Wests-Tigers

Stadium Australia

Fri May 12, 7:50pm

Selected Round 10 Teams

CyberView from the Hill - Last Week

CyberView from the Hill - This Week

Late Changes

Talakai and Murray were trimmed 24 hours before the match. Burns and Musgrove were 18th and 19th men. Significant reshuffle of the team. Walker fullback, Johnston and Gray on the wing, Goodwin at centre, Sutton five-eight, Rochow prop, Farah hooker, Turner second row and Cook on the bench.

WIN 28-8

The South Sydney Rabbitohs have claimed two-points in a deserving 28-8 victory over the Wests Tigers in front of a crowd of 12,213 tonight (Friday) at ANZ Stadium. Michael Maguire made some late changes to the line-up moving Cody Walker to fullback and shifting Alex Johnston to the side to take Braidon Burns position. Bryson Goodwin pushed into the centres while Aaron Gray returned from injury into the winger spot. Robbie Farah came on to start the match moving Damien Cook to the bench. Other changes saw John Sutton move to five-eighth and Robbie Rochow make his first start for the Rabbitohs. The night marked the NRL Indigenous Round with Crichton, Walker and Reynolds all wearing special boots designed by family and friends with Indigenous art. Donning their Indigenous jerseys, momentum was evident in both teams, with possession even within the first 10 minutes. But the Rabbitohs were the first to dominate the field when Cody Walker made a line break and spun the ball off to Johnston on the side to score the first try of the night. Reynolds couldn’t add the extras but Maguire’s team held a four point lead. As the weather conditions started to dampen, Tigers prop Ava Seumanufagai was sent to the sin bin in the 18th minute for throwing a punch at Farah. As the clock slowly ticked away, the Tigers, with four points down and one man short, made the choice to take a shot at goal gaining themselves a successful two points through a penalty kick by Mitchell Moses. But the Rabbitohs wouldn’t let the opportunity slip by and minutes later Farah sent a slick pass off to Sam Burgess who slammed the ball down for the second try of the evening. Reynolds made up for his previous conversion attempt, kicking the ball straight through the uprights and the Rabbitohs led 10 points to two. The aggression amped up and a big hit by Anthony Cherrington saw him hit the sheds for a concussion test. Tyrell Fuimaono came on as his replacement, taking the field for his first NRL cap. The Tigers tested our defence before the half time siren but the Rabbitohs were too good to catch. With seconds left on the clock for the first half, a quick thinking pass by Reynolds landed in the running line of Crichton who sprinted 30 metres to find the try line. Wearing the boots designed by his Yolngu family, the try sure would be a special one for the Rabbitohs forward. His try was made sweeter with a successful conversion by Reynolds and the Rabbitohs led 16 points to two. The team looked good running into the sheds after the first half showing smart kicking placement and powerful runs. Sam Burgess ran 114 metres and recorded a high 19 tackles while Gray added five tackle breaks to the team’s total of 25. The Tigers came out strong in the second half and an unlucky knock on by Farah after an attempt to pick up a Luke Brooks grubber saw Elijah Taylor jump on the loose ball and score the home team’s first four-pointer. Moses conversion was successful but the Rabbitohs kept a lead 16 points to eight. But the Rabbitohs would repeat their first try with Walker sending the ball far out wide to Johnston on the left who went over for his double. Reynolds would again convert and the Rabbitohs extended their lead 22 points to eight. But the doubles wouldn’t stop there. Farah slotted the ball into the diagonal running line of Sam Burgess who picked up his second try for the night. Reynolds made no mistake and added an extra two points to bring the team up to 28 points. Johnston got close to a hat-trick but couldn't get the ball to the ground in his third time over the line. The remainder of the game saw both teams fight to add extra points to the board but the night would finish up with a well-deserved 28 to eight point victory to the South Sydney Rabbitohs.

11 min  4-0
21 min  4-2
23 min 10-2
38 min 16-2
44 min 16-8
47 min 22-8
51 min 28-8

Johnston 2, S.Burgess 2, Crichton tries
Reynolds 4 from 5 goals

Crowd       12,213
Referee     H.Perenera / C.James

Penalities   4-6
Scrums       6-7

Final Line Up
                                 Min Tac Pe MT LB  Rn  DR    m Er OL   K TA  T  G/A  FG
Flbk -  6 - Walker, Cody          80   1  -  -  1  23   1  166  -  -   -  2  -  -     -
LWng -  1 - Johnston, Alex        80   6  -  3  2  16   3  142  2  1   1  -  2  -     -
LCnt -  5 - Goodwin, Bryson       80  15  -  -  -  13   -  111  -  3   -  -  -  -     -
RCnt -  4 - Hymel, Hunt           80  11  -  1  -  13   -  104  1  1   -  -  -  -     -
RWng - 22 - Gray, Aaron           80   5  -  -  -  14   -   80  1  1   -  -  -  -     -
5/8  - 11 - Sutton, John          80  16  -  1  -  13   -   97  -  2   2  -  -  -     -
Half -  7 - Reynolds, Adam        80  19  1  2  -   9   -   43  -  -  12  1  -  4/5   -
Prop -  8 - Burgess, Tom          55  19  -  2  -  18   -  141  4  -   -  -  -  -     -
Hook - 14 - Farah, Robbie         80  37  1  1  -   8   7   43  2  -   6  1  -  -     -
Prop - 19 - Rochow, Robbie        49  26  -  -  -  14   -  120  -  -   -  -  -  -     -
SRow - 10 - Turner, Kyle          58  25  -  1  -   8   -   82  -  -   -  -  -  -     -
SRow - 12 - Crichton, Angus       80  34  -  -  1  12   -  143  -  1   -  -  1  -     -
Lock - 13 - Burgess, Sam          69  35  2  1  2  27   -  226  2  2   -  -  2  -     - (c)

Int  -  9 - Cook, Damien          17   8  -  1  -   6   2   40  -  1   -  -  -  -     -
Int  - 15 - Clark, Jason           8   3  -  -  -   3   -   27  -  -   -  -  -  -     -
Int  - 20 - Fuimaono, Tyrell      34  15  -  1  -  12   1   97  -  1   -  -  -  -     -
Int  - 18 - Cherrington, Anthony  30  13  -  -  -  10   -   74  -  -   -  -  -  -     -

TOTAL                                288  4 14  6         1735 12 13  21  4  5  4/5   -

Completion Rate      - 32 / 44  73%

Opposition Offloads  - 6

Effective 1st Tackles

 1 min   8m Reynolds kick COF
 2 min  65m Farah kick DIG 26m SS P(SBurgess)
 6 min  40m WT Err SCR / P SS Err(TBurgess) SCR
 7 min  45m WT Err / SS Err(TBurgess) 1m SS P(SBurgess)
 9 min   7m Reynolds kick COF
11 min   0m P / TRY
14 min  33m Reynolds kick
15 min  82m SS Err(TBurgess) SCR
17 min  71m WT Err SCR / SS Err(SBurgess) 42m SS P(Farah)
19 min 100m WT Err / SS Err(HHunt) SCR 81m SS P(Reynolds) (WT GOAL)
21 min   9m KO
23 min   0m WT Err SCR / P / TRY
26 min   0m Sutton kick CIG
28 min   0m Reynolds kick CIG
30 min  21m SS Err(SBurgess) SCR
33 min  88m SS Err(AGray) SCR
35 min  11m WT Err SCR / Farah kick
36 min   7m Reynolds kick COF
38 min   0m TRY

half time

40 min  18m KO
41 min  26m Reynolds kick
43 min  45m Reynolds kick COF
44 min 100m SS Err(Farah) (WT TRY)
45 min  21m KO
47 min   0m P / TRY
51 min   0m WT Err KO-OOF P / TRY
54 min  11m Farah kick SCR
56 min  31m Farah kick COF
57 min   6m Reynolds kick
61 min  24m P / SS Err(TBurgess)
64 min   0m WT Err SCR / Farah kick CIG
65 min   0m Reynolds kick CIG
66 min  41m Sutton kick NO TRY SS Err(Johnston)
67 min  10m WT Err / Reynolds kick
69 min  21m Reynolds kick
71 min  20m SS Err(Johnston)
73 min  16m Johnston kick DIG
79 min  59m WT Err SCR / SS Err(Farah)

Average effective 1st tackle location
- 27.7m - for the whole match

- 31.7m - 1st half 
- 23.8m - 2nd half 

Other NRL Matches

30-14 StAu Nth Qld    b Canterbury
18-14 Koga Cronulla   b St Geo-Ill
36-28 Penr Penrith    b Warriors
38-36 Lang Gold Coast b Melbourne
24-14 Lang Brisbane   b Manly
34-20 NISC Newcastle  b Canberra
48-10 SFS  Syd Rstrs  b Parramatta
    
               W D  L B Diff PT
MELBOURNE      8 -  2 -  +65 16
CRONULLA       7 -  3 -  +68 14
SYD RSTRS      7 -  3 -  +60 14
BRISBANE       7 -  3 -  +54 14
ST GEO-ILL     6 -  4 -  +70 12
NTH QLD        6 -  4 -   -5 12
MANLY          5 -  5 -  +37 10
CANTERBURY     5 -  5 -  -22 10
PARRAMATTA     5 -  5 -  -32 10
Canberra       4 -  6 -  +37  8
Gold Coast     4 -  6 -  -18  8
Warriors       4 -  6 -  -45  8
Souths         4 -  6 -  -51  8
Penrith        3 -  7 -  -21  6
Wests-Tigers   3 -  7 - -102  6
Newcastle      2 -  8 -  -99  4
      

Judiciary News

No one has been charged ot of the match

U20 National Youth Holden Cup - Round 10

v Wests-Tigers, 5:35pm

WIN 18-0

Late Changes - no-one was trimmed 24 hours before the match. Ta'avale, Mailata and Shepherd are out. O'Connor starts fullback, Reweti wing, Hippi 5/8, Leddy hooker, Johnstone second row, Cordtz and Johan on the bench.

The Rabbitohs NYC squad have registered the second win of their 2017 campaign with a 18-0 win over the Wests Tigers. Round 10 of the National Youth Competition got underway at ANZ Stadium with the 15th placed Rabbitohs clashing with the 14th placed Tigers, the Rabbitohs kicking off in cloudy but dry conditions. The Rabbitohs were shaky in the opening stanza but much like ANZ Stadium’s winter rye grass under their European-imported grow lighting system; they grew into the match. After repelling a threatening Tigers movement in the 7th minute, they managed to push their way up field to pressure the opposition line. Dean Hawkins would claim first blood for the young Rabbitohs in the 11th minute with the halfback crashing through the Wests Tigers defensive line after receiving a nice inside pass from a teammate. He converted his own effort to push the Rabbitohs to a 6-0 lead. Although missing a large portion of their forward pack due to injury, the young Rabbitohs managed to build plenty of forward momentum and exploited a disjointed Tigers defensive line to get the upper hand early on. The Rabbitohs would almost see the line again through Sam Johnston who pounced on a Tigers dropped ball in the 23rd minute near their try line but was held up. The Tigers defended admirably but mistake-riddled play would keep them pinned behind their 30m line - the young Rabbitohs several times packing a scrum deep in Tigers territory. Compounding issues for the Tigers; fullback Ryan Papenhuyzen would go down in the 26th minute with what looked like a pulled hamstring after making a break on the left edge. Darting from dummy half in the 28th minute, five-eighth Harry Leddy would almost extend the lead for the Rabbitohs but would be held up after a good scramble from the Tigers. It was a frustrating period for the Rabbitohs as they failed to convert their many chances. The Rabbitohs persistence would finally pay off in the 30th minute with captain and centre Campbell Graham taking on several Tigers defenders to crash over the tryline on the right edge. Dean Hawkins would grab another two points for the Rabbitohs just before the half time whistle, kicking a penalty goal to push his team to a 14-0 lead as they head into the sheds. Looking to overturn make some points back quickly, the Tigers fired out of the gates in the second half putting the Rabbitohs on the back foot immediately. However, the Rabbitohs withstood the barrage and extended their lead in the 51st minute as Campbell Graham snuck over the right edge to grab his second for the night. Hawkins kicked short from a difficult angle. Souths led 18-0 after 52 minutes. The Rabbitohs held onto the match comfortably, defending well against the West Tigers. Unfortunately, debutant Jalen Reweti picked up a knock in the 65th minute and had to be assisted from the field. The Tigers provided little threat but came close in the 73rd minute through utility Ben Seufale. It would prove the only bit of excitement of the closing sets.

10 min  6-0
21 min 12-0
38 min 14-0
52 min 18-0

Graham, Campbell   52 min 10SB Professional Foul

Graham 2, Hawkins tries
Hawkins 2 from 4 goals

Penalities     8-6
Scrums         7-7

Final Line Up
                                 Min Tac Pe MT LB  Rn  DR    m Er OL   K TA  T  G/A  FG
Flbk -  2 - O’Connor, Dylan       80   3  -  2  -  17   1  214  4  -   -  -  -  -     -
LWng - 18 - Reweti, Jalen         65   8  -  2  -  11   -  102  2  -   -  -  -  -     -
LCnt -  4 - Hiroti, Mawene        80  22  1  6  -  16   -  179  1  1   -  -  -  -     -
RCnt -  3 - Graham, Campbell      73   8  1  1  2  23   -  240  1  -   -  -  2  -     - (c)
RWng -  5 - Taukamo, Tyrone       80   3  -  1  -  17   -  171  2  -   -  -  -  -     -
5/8  - 14 - Hippi, Theo           23  19  1  3  -  10   -   97  -  1   -  -  -  -     -
Half -  7 - Hawkins, Dean         80  18  -  1  1   8   -   70  -  -  17  -  1  2/4   -
Prop -  8 - Saunders, Josh        67  28  -  1  -   8   -   95  -  -   -  -  -  -     -
Hook -  6 - Leddy, Harry          77  25  -  2  -   8   5   67  -  1   1  -  -  -     -
Prop - 10 - Rodwell, Ky           71  49  -  5  -  11   -  102  1  -   -  -  -  -     -
SRow - 15 - Johnstone, Sam        80  40  -  2  -  18   -  208  -  -   -  -  -  -     -
SRow - 11 - Koloamatangi, Keaon   80  28  1  -  -  18   -  192  -  2   -  -  -  -     -
Lock - 13 - Hamlin, Gabe          80  36  1  2  -  18   -  214  -  1   -  -  -  -     -

Int  -  1 - Cordtz, Beau          16   4  -  3  -   2   -   21  -  -   -  -  -  -     -
Int  -  9 - Johan, Jake            4   3  -  -  -   -   -    -  -  -   -  -  -  -     -
Int  - 20 - Mougios, Nick         13   6  -  2  -   4   -   52  -  -   -  -  -  -     -
Int  - 17 - Shaich-Wise, Bailey   66  25  1  2  -  10   -   85  -  -   1  -  -  -     -

TOTAL                                325  6 35  3         2109 12  6  19  -  3  2/4   -

Opposition Offloads - 5

Other NYC Matches

22-16 StAu Canterbury b Nth Qld
36-14 Koga Cronulla   b St Geo-Ill
38-16 Penr Penrith    b Warriors
44-32 SunS Gold Coast b Melbourne
46-10 Brok Manly      b Brisbane 
32-6  NISC Newcastle  b Canberra
30-28 SFS  Parramatta b Syd Rstrs

               W D  L B Diff PT
PENRITH        8 1  1 - +158 17
CRONULLA       7 1  2 - +182 15
ST GEO-ILL     7 -  3 -  -15 14
PARRAMATTA     6 -  4 -  +64 12
NTH QLD        6 -  4 -  +62 12
NEWCASTLE      6 -  4 -  +26 12
GOLD COAST     6 -  4 -  -50 12
MANLY          5 -  5 -  +18 10
Melbourne      5 -  5 -   -2 10
Brisbane       5 -  5 -  -22 10
Canberra       5 -  5 -  -28 10
Canterbury     4 1  5 -  -36  9
Syd Rstrs      4 -  6 -  +20  8
Wests-Tigers   2 1  7 - -180  5
Souths         2 -  8 -  -58  4
Warriors       - - 10 - -134  -

NRL Club Championship

               W D  L B Diff PT
CRONULLA      14 1  5 - +250 29
Melbourne     13 -  7 -  +83 26
St Geo-Ill    13 -  7 -  +36 26
Nth Qld       12 -  8 -  +57 24
Brisbane      12 -  8 -  +32 24
Penrith       11 1  8 - +141 23
Syd Rstrs     11 -  9 -  +81 22
Parramatta    11 -  9 -  +32 22
Manly         10 - 10 -  +55 20
Gold Coast    10 - 10 -  -64 20
Canterbury     9 1 10 -  -56 19
Canberra       9 - 11 -   +9 18
Newcastle      8 - 12 -  -71 16
Souths         6 - 14 - -109 12
Wests-Tigers   5 1 14 - -282 11
Warriors       4 - 16 - -183  8

Reserve Grade - Intrust Super NSW Premiership Round 10

v Newtown, North Sydney Oval, Sun May 14 3:00pm

LOSS 12-16

Late Changes - Tyrell Fuimaono, Mauala, Murphy and Jamel Hunt were out. Doueihi started fullback, Mociedreke and Burns on the wing, Nielsen and Talakai centre, Mugrove and Grienke prop, Murray second row, Tasi and Rudolf on the bench.

The Newtown Jets and the North Sydney Bears have gone down until the final siren at North Sydney Oval, with the visitors edging out the home-side 16-12 in an absolute thriller. An Edrick Lee intercept-try ended up being the difference in the extremely physical game, while Fa’amanu Brown also had some classy touches for Newtown. This game was the first leg of the Frank Hyde Shield, with Bears lock Cheyne Whitelaw wearing the No. 43 on his back to represent when the two clubs battled in the 1943 NSWRL Grand Final. As expected, the opening quarter of the game was a brutal encounter with a defensive theme, with neither side able to break away from the end-to-end style of footy to trouble the scorekeeper. The visitors were first to score thanks to a barge-over effort by Jesse Ramien, and Fa’amanu Brown was able to nudge the lead out to eight points shortly afterwards with a penalty goal. It looked as if the Bears were going to enter the sheds at half-time without scoring a point, until the strength and will of Braidon Burns got them on the board as he was able to burst through the Jets’ fractured defensive line to score adjacent to the posts. The Eli Levido conversion meant the Jets’ held a small 8-6 lead at half-time. Newtown were able to post first points in the second half thanks to the pure class of Fa’amanu Brown, as he held the ball up perfectly that created a hole for Jordan Drew to stroll through and score. From the Jets’ perspective, the Bears simply would not go away, and after various sets in optimal field position, Sitiveni Mociedreke finished off a right-to-left shift to reduce the deficit to two, before a penalty goal squared it up to 12-all with 20 minutes remaining. Matt Evans was denied a try when Adam Doueihi was taken out, and the Bears marched 100 metres up-field to force a dropout and go straight onto the attack. In a do-or-die play, Edrick Lee saved the day for the Jets’ by eating up an intercept and running the length of the field to give Newtown a 16-12 lead. The game ceased after two minutes of nothing but razzle-dazzle from the Bears, but the Jets were able to hold out until the final siren.

15 min  0-6
31 min  0-8
36 min  6-8
45 min  6-12
54 min 10-12
60 min 12-12
72 min 12-16

Burns, Moceidreke tries
Levido 2 from 3 goals

Penalties      5-8

Final Line Up
                                 Min Tac Pe MT LB  Rn  DR    m Er OL   K TA  T  G/A  FG
Flbk - 15 - Doueihi, Adam         80   1  1  1  -  17   1  181  1  1   1  -  -  -     -
LWng -  1 - Moceidreke, Sitiveni  80   3  -  1  -  15   2  144  3  5   -  -  1  -     -
LCnt -  5 - Nielsen, Dane         80  10  -  1  1   9   3   87  2  2   2  1  -  -     -
RCnt - 20 - Talakai, Siosifa      67  11  1  1  -  11   -  121  -  -   1  -  -  -     -
RWng - 21 - Burns, Braiden        80   9  -  -  -  11   3  114  1  1   1  -  1  -     -
5/8  -  6 - Levido, Eli           80  13  -  3  -   3   -   34  -  -   9  -  -  2/3  -
Half -  7 - Kelly, Luke           80  15  3  1  -   5   -   37  -  -   6  -  -  -     -
Prop - 18 - Musgrove, Zane        56  37  -  2  -  12   -  137  -  2   -  -  -  -     -
Hook -  9 - Deitz, Brad           80  39  -  3  -   5   4   48  -  -   1  -  -  -     - (c)
Prop - 11 - Greinke, Brett        38  28  -  2  -  10   -   83  -  -   -  -  -  -     -
SRow - 12 - Rogers, Piki          38  19  -  -  -   7   -   69  -  1   -  -  -  -     -
SRow - 19 - Murray, Cameron       80  45  -  -  -  13   -  100  1  -   -  -  -  -     -
Lock - 43 - Whitelaw, Cheyne      75  59  1  3  -  12   -  106  1  -   -  -  -  -     -

Int  -  2 - Tautalatasi, Tasi     13   1  -  -  -   2   -   13  -  -   -  -  -  -     -
Int  - 10 - Rudolf, Toby          34  21  1  2  -   5   -   70  -  -   -  -  -  -     -
Int  - 14 - Williams, Clayton     20  11  -  2  -   5   -   59  -  -   -  -  -  -     -
Int  - 16 - Gosiewski, Jack       59  23  1  1  -  14   -  111  -  1   -  -  -  -     -

TOTAL                                345  8 23  2         1515  9 13  21  1  2  2/3   -

Completion Rate     - 26 / 35  74%

Opposition Offloads - 4

Other NSW Premiership Matches

26-26 Penr Penrith     d Warriors
24-18 Cess Newcastle   b Mt Prtchrd
24-12 Belm Canterbury  b Wests-Tig
40-18 Kanw Wyong       b Blacktown
32-12 Ring Illawarra   b Wntwrthvll

                W D  L B Diff PT
WYONG           9 -  1 - +157 18
WARRIORS        7 2  1 - +113 16
MT PRITCHARD    6 1  3 -  +16 13
NORTHS          6 -  4 -  +23 12
ILLAWARRA       5 -  5 -  -28 10
PENRITH         4 1  5 -  +77  9
WENTWORTHVILLE  4 -  6 -   +3  8
CANTERBURY      4 -  6 -  -16  8
Newcastle       4 -  6 -  -70  8
Newtown         4 -  6 -  -49  6
Wests-Tigers    3 -  7 - -114  6
Blacktown       2 -  8 - -106  4

ARLC U18 National Championship


48-12 Belm Parramatta v Western Mustangs

This is no U16 national championship in 2017


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