2017 NRL Premiership - Round 20

South Sydney v Cronulla-Sutherland

Endeavour Field

Fri Jul 21, 7:50pm

Selected Round 20 Teams

CyberView from the Hill - Last Week

CyberView from the Hill - This Week

Late Changes

Aaron Gray and Cherrington were trimmed 24 hours before the match. Clark and Murray were 18th and 19th men.

LOSS 12-26

The South Sydney Rabbitohs have gone down 26-12 in a close encounter against the Cronulla Sutherland Sharks tonight (Friday) in their Round 21 away match at Southern Cross Group Stadium. Michael Maguire made slight changes to his line-up with Braidon Burns named to replace Aaron Gray on the wing while Kyle Turner moved onto the bench in place of Jason Clark. The Sharks also made some late changes with Jack Bird and Sam Tagataese out of their line-up with Kurt Capewell starting in the centre position while Jeremy Latimore moved onto the bench. Players within the Rabbitohs squad sported pink BodyScience shorts underneath their kit in support of the NRL’s Women in League Round. Kick off sent an adrenalin rush across the stadium with a crowd of 12,123 coming out to cheer on their teams in the icy weather. The Sharks were on the board early in the fourth minute when a pass to Wade Graham saw the forward slip through a gap in the Rabbitohs defence. James Maloney’s successful conversion took the home side out to a strong six points to zero lead. But the Rabbitohs wouldn’t give up early and after applying pressure on the Sharks, a penalty by Captain Paul Gallen gave the Rabbitohs another set. Souths capitalised on the opportunity and a well place grubber kick from Adam Reynolds saw Burns take the ball over the line for the Rabbitohs first try. Reynolds sealed the try levelling the scores six points each. The Sharks powered their way into dangerous Rabbitohs territory and keeping a close eye on the back line, Fa-Amanu Brown found his way over for the Sharks second try scoring from dummy-half. Maloney keeps his kicking clean and the Rabbitohs fell behind six points to 12 with less than 20 minutes remaining in the first half. The Sharks added another two points through a penalty kick when the Rabbitohs were called up for their marker not being square. The ill-discipline showed earlier had a positive impact on the Red and Green players and they amped up their moves in attack. But they missed their opportunities at the Sharks line and the remaining minutes of the half would be left try-less. The Sharks would take a penalty shot to try and extend their lead in the few seconds left but Maloney’s ball missed and the first half would finish up with the Rabbitohs trailing six points to 14. The second half saw a less than ideal start for the home side giving away a penalty on the Rabbitohs 30m line, or 300m line in honour of Sharks player Luke Lewis reaching his 300th game. The next six minutes would see a total of three penalties conceded across both teams but it would be the Rabbitohs who would lose their momentum first when a loose offload was caught by James Segeyaro and the Sharks powered through to 20m out from the Rabbitohs line. But an error kept them at bay and the Rabbitohs got their rhythm back. The teamwork pulled off for the Rabbitohs and John Sutton slammed his way through Shark defenders to ground the ball and add the much needed four points. Reynolds took his time to line up his kick and it was worth that wait with the ball flying through despite narrowly missing the posts. The Rabbitohs were closing in on the Sharks lead holding the scores 12 points to 14. The pace picked up when the clock hit the 60 minute mark and the Sharks ran the ball the full length of the field placing some stress on the Rabbitohs. But Souths were rewarded with their well-kept composure and returned the drive in attack. But the Sharks held a strong defensive line and when given the opportunity at attack they made their way over for a converted try to extend their lead 20 points to 12. Ricky Leutele would get in on the action in the 78th minute, being awarded a try after being given the green light by the NRL Bunker. Maloney converted to end the game at 26-12 in the Sharks favour.

 3 min  0-6
 9 min  6-6
21 min  6-12
26 min  6-14
52 min 12-14
69 min 12-20
77 min 12-26

Burns, Sutton tries
Reynolds 2 from 2 goals

Crowd       12,123
Referee     B.Cummins / D.Munro

Penalities   8-9
Scrums       7-2

Final Line Up
                                 Min Tac Pe MT LB  Rn  DR    m Er OL   K TA  T  G/A  FG
Flbk -  1 - Walker, Cody          80   7  -  1  1  11   1   86  -  1   -  -  -  -     -
LWng -  2 - Johnston, Alex        80   4  -  -  -   8   -   57  1  1   -  -  -  -     -
LCnt -  4 - Goodwin, Bryson       80   9  1  -  -   9   1   88  -  -   -  -  -  -     -
RCnt -  3 - Jennings, Robert      80  25  1  3  -   8   -   49  1  -   -  -  -  -     -
RWng - 20 - Burns, Braidon        80   8  -  -  -   5   3   37  1  -   -  -  1  -     -
5/8  -  6 - Sutton, John          80  10  1  1  1  12   -   88  -  1   -  -  1  -     -
Half -  7 - Reynolds, Adam        80  22  3  1  -   4   -   23  -  2  13  1  -  2/2   -
Prop -  8 - Burgess, Tom          46  23  1  1  -  13   -  141  -  -   -  -  -  -     -
Hook -  9 - Farah, Robbie         59  31  -  7  -   4   4   38  -  -   2  -  -  -     -
Prop - 10 - Tyrrell, Dave         21  16  -  1  -   5   -   44  1  -   -  -  -  -     -
SRow - 11 - Fuimaono, Tyrell      54  19  -  2  -   9   2   64  -  -   -  -  -  -     -
SRow - 12 - Crichton, Angus       80  37  -  -  -  12   -  104  -  3   -  -  -  -     -
Lock - 13 - Burgess, Sam          73  22  1  2  -  17   -  151  1  4   -  -  -  -     - (c)

Int  - 14 - Damien, Cook          34  21  -  3  -   5   3   26  2  3   -  -  -  -     -
Int  - 16 - Musgrove, Zane        49  24  1  4  -  10   -   91  -  2   -  -  -  -     -
Int  - 17 - Burgess, George       34  15  -  3  -  13   -  117  -  1   -  -  -  -     -
Int  - 19 - Turner, Kyle          31  21  -  -  -   7   -   75  -  -   -  -  -  -     -

TOTAL                                314  9 29  2         1278  8 18  15  1  2  2/2   -

Completion Rate      - 27 / 33  82%

Opposition Offloads  - 9

Effective 1st Tackles

 1 min  84m P / SS Err(SBurgess) 30m / SS P(TBurgess) / (CS TRY)
 5 min  20m KO
 9 min   0m P / P / TRY
12 min  43m SS Err(SBurgess) SCR
14 min  79m DO
16 min  32m CS Err SCR / Reynolds kick COF
18 min  32m Reynolds kick COF
20 min  95m DO 70m / SS P(Reynolds) / (CS TRY)
23 min 100m KO 15m / SS P(Reynolds) 89m / SS P(SBurgess) (CS GOAL)
26 min  14m KO
31 min   5m CS Err SCR / P / Reynolds kick
33 min  35m CS Err SCR / Farah kick
35 min  96m Reynolds kick 12m SS P(Jennings) 57m / SS P(Goodwin)
38 min  40m CS Err / Farah kick 40m / SS P(Musgrove) (CS NO GOAL)

half time

40 min   7m KO
42 min  22m P / Reynolds kick 1m SS P(Sutton)
45 min  14m Reynolds kick COF
49 min  56m P / SS Err(Cook)
52 min   0m CS Err SCR / P / TRY
55 min  75m CS 6TG / SS Err(Cook)
57 min  11m CS Err / Reynolds kick COF
60 min  46m CS Err SCR / Reynolds kick COFIG
61 min  86m DO
63 min  11m CS Err P / Reynolds kick
65 min  10m Reynolds kick COF
68 min  44m Reynolds kick SS Err(Burns) NO TRY 44m / (CS TRY)
71 min  81m KO-OOF SS P(Reynolds)
73 min  49m CS Err SCR P / SS Err(Jennings)
75 min  81m DO
76 min  84m DO / (CS TRY)
79 min  38m KO-Sh SS Err(Johnston) SCR

Average effective 1st tackle location
- 46.8m - for the whole match

- 53.4m - 1st half 
- 42.1m - 2nd half 

Other NRL Matches

42-12 Lang Brisbane   b Canterbury
28-4  SFS  Syd Rstrs  b Newcastle
24-16 Penr Penrith    b Gold Coast
20-14 Bruc Melbourne  b Canberra
24-12 Town Nth Qld    b Warriors
52-22 Woll St Geo-Ill b Manly
17-16 StAu Parramatta b Wests-Tig
   
               W D  L B Diff PT
MELBOURNE     14 -  4 2 +126 32
SYD RSTRS     13 -  5 2  +77 30
BRISBANE      12 -  6 2  +98 28
CRONULLA      12 -  6 2  +79 28
NTH QLD       12 -  6 2  +67 28
MANLY         11 -  6 2  +57 26
PARRAMATTA    11 -  7 2  -18 26
ST GEO-ILL    10 -  8 2  +82 24
Penrith        9 -  9 2  +29 22
Canberra       7 - 11 2  +21 18
Warriors       7 - 11 2  -50 18
Gold Coast     7 - 11 2  -50 18
Canterbury     7 - 11 2  -89 18
Souths         6 - 12 2  -56 16
Wests-Tigers   4 - 14 2 -170 12
Newcastle      2 - 16 2 -204  8
      

Judiciary News

No one has been charged from the match.

U20 National Youth Holden Cup - Round 20

v Cronulla-Sutherland, 5:35pm

LOSS 14-40

Late Changes - Graham was trimmed 24 hours before the match. Hiroti, Butler and Doueihi are out. Leddy starts hooker, Koloamatngi five-eighth, Leddy hooker, Henry Fuimaono prop, Johnstone second row, Ili, Manowski start from the bench.

A 40-point second half blitz by the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks has sunk the young Rabbitohs and ended their 8-match unbeaten streak at Southern Cross Group Stadium tonight. The young Rabbitohs came into the clash with the ladder leading young Sharks at Southern Cross Group Stadium on a hot streak - claiming six wins and two draws in their last eight fixtures. Kicking off, the underdogs in Red and Green match it with the Sharks set for set for the opening minutes of the game. The Rabbitohs came close to scoring when Nic Mougios made a strong charge for the line only to be held short in the 5th minute. Only 2 minutes later a massive run by Josh Saunders again almost saw the visitors open the score but the big prop was held up. It would prove third time lucky for the Rabbitohs as fullback Beau Cordtz made a line break and carried the ball 20 metres to score, stepping fullback William Kennedy in the process. Hawkins missed the conversion and the Souths claimed a 4-0 lead after 9 minutes. Ryan Carr’s men would maintain the energy against the Cronulla Sharks, with the under pressure Sharks committing several costly penalties. Slammin’ Sam Johnstone would capitalise on this pressure, barging through next to the posts to claim the Rabbitohs next try. Hawkins would successfully convert this one. Rabbitohs 10-0 after 17 minutes. The Sharks continued their uncharacteristically error-filled first half and the Rabbitohs would cross again just two minutes later after a magical cut-out ball by Dean Hawkins found Jalen Reweti who finished well in the left corner. Hawkins would just miss the conversion and the Rabbitohs bounced out to a 14-0 lead. The home side would find their way back into the game in the 28th minute after a slick backline shift opened a hole for halfback Kyle Flanagan to dart through and score just left of the posts. He’d convert his own effort and the Sharks would reduce the deficit to 14-6. It would turn into an entertaining contest of end-to-end footy with both teams having fair chances to score. A Dean Hawkins bomb would be mishandled in the 31st minute but a Harry Leddy attacking grubber from dummy-half would prove too heavy to capitalise on. At the other end, Nic Mougios would be penalised for failing to release on our 300m line (that’s actually what it was marked as) but the Rabbitohs goal line defence would prove too strong. The score would remain 14-6 as the teams went into the sheds at half time. Souths would start the second half strongly with a Hawkins kick being knocked on by the Sharks backline. Sam Johnstone would get big post-contact metres to get us in position but spill the ball as he went to ground. The Sharks would repel our early attacks and attack our edges, Sione Katoa breaking the line in the 49th minute on the right wing to streak away and score in the corner. Kyle Flanagan couldn’t slot the conversion and the home side would sit just four points shy of the Rabbitohs at 14-10. While the Rabbitohs had chances to attack the Sharks try line, the first 20 minutes of the second half would belong to the Sharks. The home side would tie it up with a try in the 56th minute to forward Josh Carr right under the sticks. Flanagan would convert to take the lead for the home side at 16-14. Josh Carr would go back-to-back just a few minutes later, running support for Kyle Flanagan who made a line break from the 40m line to set-up the interchange forward. Flanagan converted from right in front of the sticks and the Sharks gained a firm grip on the lead at 22-14 after 60 minutes. The Sharks blitz would show no signs of slowing down as they crossed again through Britt Nikora in the 65th minute. Flanagan would convert. Sharks 28 – 14 Souths. John Tufuga would get in on the action for the home side – scoring under the posts in the 69th minute. Flanagan converted again and the Sharks ran out a 20 point margin to 34-14. Sione Katoa would grab his second in the 75th minute to put the result beyond doubt.

 8 min  4-0
18 min 10-0
20 min 14-0
27 min 14-6
48 min 14-10
56 min 14-16
58 min 14-22
65 min 14-28
69 min 14-34
74 min 14-40

Cordtz, Johnstone, Reweti tries
Hawkins 1 from 3 goals

Penalities     4-10

Final Line Up
                                 Min Tac Pe MT LB  Rn  DR    m Er OL   K TA  T  G/A  FG
Flbk -  1 - Cordtz, Beau          80   4  1  2  1  15   1  140  -  2   2  -  1  -     -
LWng -  2 - Reweti, Jalen         80   5  -  -  1   9   -  122  -  -   -  -  1  -     -
LCnt -  4 - Mougios, Nic          80  11  -  2  -  11   1   93  2  -   -  -  -  -     -
RCnt -  3 - O’Connor, Dylan       80  12  -  1  -  15   -  152  -  1   1  -  -  -     -
RWng -  5 - Taukamo, Tyrone       80   2  -  1  -  17   -  163  2  -   -  -  -  -     -
5/8  - 11 - Koloamatangi, Keaon   70  27  -  3  -   9   -  107  -  1   -  -  -  -     -
Half -  7 - Hawkins, Dean         80  23  -  8  -   9   -   60  1  -   9  1  -  1/3   -
Prop -  8 - Saunders, Josh        52  30  -  -  -   3   -   35  -  -   -  -  -  -     -
Hook -  6 - Leddy, Harry          80  19  -  2  -   5   3   27  -  1   1  1  -  -     -
Prop - 17 - Fuimaono, Henry       19   5  -  3  -   7   -   85  1  -   -  -  -  -     -
SRow - 15 - Johnstone, Sam        70  50  1  1  1  13   -  123  1  -   -  -  1  -     -
SRow - 12 - Ta'avale, Lucky       80  30  2  2  -   8   -   88  -  -   -  -  -  -     -
Lock - 13 - Hamlin, Gabe          80  34  1  6  -  10   -  129  1  -   -  -  -  -     -

Int  -  6 - Manowski, Blake       19  12  2  1  -   2   -   14  -  -   -  -  -  -     -
Int  - 10 - Ili, Kalani           17  13  -  1  -   6   -   62  -  -   -  -  -  -     - (c)
Int  - 16 - Mailata, Jordan       15   6  -  1  -   1   -   15  -  -   -  -  -  -     -
Int  - 20 - Rodwell, Ky           57  36  -  8  -   8   -   88  -  -   -  -  -  -     -

TOTAL                                319 10 42  3         1501  9  5  13  2  3  1/3   -

Opposition Offloads - 13

Other NYC Matches

48-14 Lang Brisbane   b Canterbury
44-22 SFS  Syd Rstrs  b Newcastle
52-32 Penr Gold Coast b Penrith
36-24 Bruc Melbourne  b Canberra
70-10 Town Nth Qld    b Warriors
46-22 Woll St Geo-Ill b Manly
24-20 StAu Parramatta b Wests-Tig

               W D  L B Diff PT
CRONULLA      15 1  2 2 +368 35
ST GEO-ILL    13 -  5 2  +50 30
PENRITH       11 2  5 2 +164 28
NTH QLD       10 -  8 2 +140 24
PARRAMATTA    10 -  7 2  +69 24
MANLY         10 -  8 2  +66 24
BRISBANE      10 -  8 2  +60 24
GOLD COAST    10 -  8 2  -38 24
Newcastle      9 1  8 2  -24 23
Souths         7 2  9 2  -28 20
Canberra       8 - 10 2  -41 20
Melbourne      8 - 10 2  -90 20
Syd Rstrs      7 1 10 2  +46 19
Canterbury     5 2 11 2 -158 16
Wests-Tigers   3 1 14 2 -338 11
Warriors       3 - 15 2 -234 10

NRL Club Championship

               W D  L B Diff PT
CRONULLA      27 1  8 4 +447 63
St Geo-Ill    23 - 13 4 +140 54
Nth Qld       22 - 14 4 +196 52
Brisbane      22 - 14 4 +158 52
Melbourne     22 - 14 4  +36 52
Penrith       20 2 14 4 +193 50
Manly         21 - 15 4 +143 50
Parramatta    21 - 15 4  +51 50
Syd Rstrs     20 1 15 4 +123 49
Gold Coast    17 - 20 4  -88 42
Canberra      15 - 21 4  -20 38
Souths        13 2 22 4  -84 36
Canterbury    12 2 22 4 -247 34
Newcastle     11 1 24 4 -228 31
Warriors      10 - 26 4 -293 28
Wests-Tigers   7 1 28 4 -518 23

Reserve Grade - Intrust Super NSW Premiership Round 20

v Newcastle, North Sydney Oval, Sun Jul 23 3:00pm

WIN 18-16

Late Changes - Britt, Freebairn and Siolo are out. Grham starts right wing, Miski right centre, Cherrington and Clark at prop, Rogers hooker, Murray second row. With Maula, Dietz and grieke on the bench.

The North Sydney Bears have snuck home 18-16 over the Newcastle Knights in a tense showdown at North Sydney Oval. Warm sunshine and a light breeze greeted both sides as the home side celebrated Old Boys' day with a number of former players in attendance. The Bears enjoyed a 16-4 lead at the break but the Knights dominated much of the second half to draw level late on, before an Eli Levido penalty goal in the 80th minute sealed the game. The teams got through their opening sets error-free in a game of huge importance in the context of their respective seasons. The Bears had an early sniff at the Knights' line but some solid defence forced centre Ed Murphy over the touchline, and the visitors had an early chance of their own minutes later. A risky offload came unstuck for the Bears in the eighth minute and then a penalty compounded their woes and the Knights went on the attack from close range. Yet another penalty saw the visitors camped on the Bears line but the home side were good enough to keep the Knights out. In the 13th minute a sweeping backline play found the Knights short down their right edge but Bears winger Tuatalatasi Tasi dropped the final pass with the tryline beckoning, but just two minutes later, they took the lead through centre Campbell Graham. The try was brilliantly converted by Levido, and the home side led 6-0. The Knights hit back when they found an unmarked Tom Hughes out wide and the winger sprinted to the corner and went over for a well-worked try. The try wasn't converted and the home side led 6-4 midway through the first half. Tasi made up for his earlier blunder on the half hour mark, showing great evasion to get on the outside of his man and reach out to plant the ball down in the corner. Levido couldn't add the extras and the Bears led 10-4. The home side extended their lead with a try to Brett Greinke under the posts, converted by Levido to make it 16-4 with just five minutes left in the half. The Bears made their intentions known early in the second half when a neat chip to the corner was followed up by some bruising defence which forced the Knights over the touchline, much to the pleasure of the parochial home crowd occupying the Mollie Dive stand. However the Knights overcame that setback and worked their way downfield to post their second try, Pat Mata'utia brushing off the defence to go over. Nicholas Meaney added the extras to make it 16-10 after 48 minutes of play. The Knights turned the tide of the game in the 54th minute when they forced a Bears error on halfway and winger Thomas Cronin swooped on the loose ball and raced away to score beside the posts. Meaney added the extras to tie the game up at 16-all. A crucial error by the Bears with less than 20 minutes remaining in the match gifted the Knights a full set just 10 metres out from the line and with the sun setting behind the O'Reilly stand, they went on the attack. After receiving a penalty the Knights opted not to go for the two, but couldn't come up with a try from the ensuing set, the Bears holding on strongly in defence. The Bears received a penalty of their own shortly after and gladly took a shot at goal; Levido stepping up but his kick was waved away, leaving the two teams at 16 apiece with time fast running out. The Bears breathed a sigh of a relief after a Knights field goal attempt was charged down, only for the visitors to regather and enjoy a fresh set, however they dropped the ball on the very first tackle. Minutesater in a bizarre piece of play, the Knights tried to force a pass coming out of their own end and the Bears grabbed it, and raced towards the line, but the ball came free, ruled to be a strip, much to the joy of the home crowd. Levido lined up the kick from just to the right of the uprights and this time made no mistake to edge the Bears home 18-16.

15 min  6-0
21 min  6-4
29 min 10-4
36 min 16-4
46 min 16-10
54 min 16-16
79 min 18-16

Graham, Tasi, Grienke tries
Levido 3 from 4 goals

Penalties      10-6
Scrums          3-8

Final Line Up
                                 Min Tac Pe MT LB  Rn  DR    m Er OL   K TA  T  G/A  FG
Flbk -  1 - Levido, Eli           80   5  -  1  -  12   -   81  2  -   -  1  -  3/4   -
LWng -  2 - Tasi, Tautalatasi     80   5  -  -  1  13   1  157  3  -   -  -  1  -     -
LCnt -  4 - Murphy, Ed            80   9  -  -  -   8   1   79  1  -   -  -  -  -     -
RCnt -  5 - Miski, Abbas          80  15  -  2  -   9   -   80  -  -   -  -  -  -     -
RWng -  3 - Graham, Campbell      80   7  1  -  1   8   -   79  2  -   -  -  1  -     -
5/8  -  6 - Doueihi, Adam         80  12  -  3  -   4   -   41  -  -  10  -  -  -     -
Half -  7 - Kelly, Luke           80  19  -  -  -   4   -   26  -  -   5  1  -  -     -
Prop - 19 - Cherrington, Anthony  64  29  2  1  -  11   -   86  -  -   -  -  -  -     -
Hook - 14 - Rogers, Piki          25  16  -  1  -   -   -    -  -  -   -  -  -  -     -
Prop - 18 - Clark, Jason          48  39  -  -  -  10   -  115  1  -   -  -  -  -     -
SRow - 20 - Murray, Cameron       80  46  -  2  -  11   -   98  1  1   -  -  -  -     -
SRow - 12 - Gosiewski, Jack       80  26  1  4  -  14   -  108  -  1   -  -  -  -     -
Lock - 13 - Whitelaw, Cheyne      73  51  1  2  -  15   -  122  -  -   -  -  -  -     -

Int  -  8 - Mauala, Fred Jnr       7   4  -  -  -   1   -   10  -  -   -  1  -  -     -
Int  -  9 - Dietz, Brad           62  26  1  -  1   5   3   75  -  -   -  -  -  -     - (c)
Int  - 11 - Greinke, Brett        28  18  -  -  1   9   -  104  -  -   -  -  1  -     -
Int  - 16 - Rudolf, Toby          13   8  -  -  -   4   -   38  -  -   -  -  -  -     -

TOTAL                                335  6 16  4         1301 10  2  15  3  3  3/4   -

Completion Rate     - 26 / 35  74%

Opposition Offloads - 7

Effective 1st Tackles

 0 min  14m KO
 2 min  21m Doueihi kick SCR
 5 min  16m Nw Err P / NS Err(Murphy) SCR
 7 min  92m NS Err(Clark) 51m NS P(Rogers) 94m / NS P(Gosiewski)
 9 min  66m Kelly kick COF 22m / NS P(Cherrington)
12 min  44m NS Err(Tasi) 15m NS P(Whitelaw)
15 min   0m Nw Err / P / TRY
19 min  45m NS Err(Gosiewski)
20 min  98m NS Err(Levido) SCR 90m / NS P(Dietz) / (Nw TRY)
24 min  18m KO
26 min  78m Doueihi kick COF 33m / NS 6TG(Dietz)
30 min   0m P / TRY
34 min  13m Doueihi kick SCR
37 min   0m P / P / TRY
39 min  15m Doueihi kick SCR

half time

41 min  20m Doueihi kick SCR
44 min  10m Doueihi kick COF
45 min  44m Nw Err SCR NS Err(Murphy) / (Nw TRY)
47 min  18m KO
51 min   7m P / Doueihi kick
54 min 100m SCR / P / NS Err(Levido) (Nw TRY)
57 min  11m KO
58 min  10m Doueihi kick
60 min  16m Nw Err SCR / NS Err(Doueihi)
62 min  21m Doueihi kick COF
64 min  94m NS Err(Graham) SCR 93m / NS P(Graham)
66 min  31m Kelly kick
69 min  20m P / P NO GOAL
71 min  22m Kelly kick NS Err(Graham)
73 min  30m Doueihi kick Kelly kick SCR
77 min   7m (Nw NO FIELDGOAL) ChDn Nw Err SCR / Kelly kick
79 min   0m Nw Err P GOAL

Average effective 1st tackle location
- 32.2m - for the whole match

- 35.9m - 1st half 
- 28.8m - 2nd half 

Other NSW Premiership Matches

48-18 Penr Penrith     b Illawarra
51-10 Kanw Mt Prtchrd  b Wyong
42-30 Belm Canterbury  b Blacktown
38-12 Hens Newtown     b Warriors
46-10 Ring Wntwrthvll  b Wests-Tig
            
                W D  L B Diff PT
WYONG          14 1  3 2 +179 33
PENRITH        11 1  6 2 +235 27
WARRIORS       10 3  5 2  +88 27
CANTERBURY      9 2  7 2  +40 24
MT PRITCHARD    9 2  7 2  +33 24
NORTHS          9 1  8 2    - 23
WENTWORTHVILLE  9 -  9 2  +82 22
NEWCASTLE       8 1  9 2  -30 21
Illawarra       8 - 10 2  -92 20
Newtown         6 1 11 2  -95 17
Blacktown       5 - 13 2 -138 14
Wests-Tigers    4 - 14 2 -296 12


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