Fri Sep 1, 7:50pm
Selected Round 26 Teams
CyberView from the Hill - Last Week
CyberView from the Hill - This Week
Reynolds and Gray were trimmed 24 hours before the match. Sam Burgess and Angus Crichton were both late withdrawals due to injury. Cook starts fullback, Goodwin at right centre, Kelly half, George Burgess prop, Turner second row.
The South Sydney Rabbitohs have been defeated by the Parramatta Eels by 22 points to 16 tonight at ANZ Stadium in front of a crowd of 21,533 in their final match of the season. Injury forced multiple changes to the side both during the week and on game day, with Aaron Gray, Sam Burgess, Angus Crichton and Adam Reynolds forced out of the contest. The absences would force a myriad of changes to the side, which would see regular hooker Damien Cook starting for the first time at fullback, Luke Kelly playing his second and final match for the club at halfback, as well as giving Jason Clark his first run with the side since Round xx and Dave Tyrrell his final match for the Rabbitohs since debuting back in 2009. In the first few minutes the Eels would throw the ball around in an attempt to run around the Rabbitohs, however the resilient Red and Green defence would plug the holes, stopping a rampaging Siosaia Vave close to the line. With the Rabbitohs on the attack, a dropped ball from Tyrell Fuimaono would gift Parramatta possession 30 metres from their own try line, and through some slick passing, centre Michael Jennings would burst through the right edge past the Rabbitohs’ line, scoring the first try of the match in the 8th minute. Mitchell Moses would convert the try from the sideline to give the Eels a 6-point lead after ten minutes. Cook’s experience in the custodian role at a young age would put him in good stead as he set the ANZ Stadium field alight by not only preventing a 40/20 , but also turning winger Semi Radradra inside out, then running forty metres downfield to give his side a much needed field advantage. The ad lib play seemed to give his teammates inspiration, as Luke Kelly would put in a deft grubber kick for Bryson Goodwin to score, however the try was disallowed as Goodwin was deemed to be offside. A Parramatta lost ball would put the Rabbitohs back in position to redeem themselves, and after a receiving penalty, the Red and Greens hit back through a quick shift to the left where Cook would finish off what he started with winger Robert Jennings touching down in the 16th minute. Goodwin would take over the goal kicking duties, however he would be unsuccessful from the sideline, with the ball just edging the posts to the right. Some clever kicks from Robbie Farah would pin the Eels in their own territory, with the Rabbitohs showing some great resilience and teamwork in defence to keep their opponents at bay, however it would all come undone with the Eels receiving a fifth tackle penalty due to illegal ruck play. Both teams were unafraid of going down the unorthodox route, with plenty of expansive passing and plenty of offloads being made, but despite the plethora of mistakes, the intensity continued to build with each run. The off the cuff play would soon pay off for the Rabbitohs, with a Robbie Farah offload allowing Kyle Turner to crash over for his first try of the year under the posts in the 28th minute. Goodwin would make sure he would hit the mark this time, giving the Rabbitohs a 4-point lead. Farah’s performance as the kicking maestro would continue to ease pressure off the Red and Greens, and with ill-discipline creeping into Parramatta’s play, Souths would go close to extending their lead through Cody Walker, only for the five-eighth was held up over the line. Minutes later, a Corey Norman spiral bomb would ricochet off teammate and former Rabbitoh Kirisome Auva’a’s head, and with the ball headed towards the Rabbitohs try line, youngster Campbell Graham saving the day by touching the ball down in goal. Off the ensuing dropout, in a complete mismatch of size and strength, Luke Kelly would put a monster shot on Radradra, forcing the star winger to lose the ball just as the Eels were building momentum. With just two minutes left in the half, Radradra would make amends by crashing over the line, making the scores level. This time Moses’ kick from the sideline would hit the mark, giving the Eels a 2-point advantage at the break. The second half would start with both sides continuing their expansive style of play, however the Eels would be the first to get a penalty for a player being dragged into touch after being held. After a Damien Cook try saver on a high flying Semi Radradra, the Red and Greens would receiving a ruck penalty, giving them the perfect opportunity to capitalise on their territory, however a forward pass from Cook went forward. A lost ball from Tom Burgess in the Rabbitohs’ own half would gift the Eels prime possession, and on the next set a Corey Norman cut out pass would send over Semi Radradra for his second try of the night, with Mitchell Moses converting the try. The Eels would look to put on more points with some quick passing, but would lose possession through some wayward passing and then giving away a penalty on the very next set. Souths would use this to their advantage, and Cody Walker would replicate Norman’s effort by sending Robert Jennings for his second try of the match in the 55th minute. With Bryson Goodwin converting the try from the sideline, the Red and Greens would be behind by just 2 points. With Parramatta continuing to threaten the Rabbitohs’ line, and a multitude of handling errors from the Red and Greens, the Eels looked to score once again, only for Jennings to save the day by intercepting a Manu Ma’u offload. Souths looked to forge a counterattack through their experienced campaigners as Robbie Farah threw a well-timed offload to John Sutton, who briefly relived his playing days as a centre just inside the left touchline, however the Eels defence was able to barrel him out of play. Pressure continued to mount on the Red and Green wall, which continued to repel wave after wave of the blue and gold attack, but the Eels would look to Radradra for points, and he would get his third try of the match in the 74th minute thanks to a Corey Norman kick. Mitchell Moses’ conversion kick would fail to hit the mark, and off a short kickoff from the Rabbitohs, they would earn a penalty after Radradra attempted to take out opposition winger Campbell Graham. With less than five minutes left of their season, the Rabbitohs would throw everything at their opponents, however it would not be enough to claim victory.
8 min 0-6 13 min 4-6 26 min 10-6 39 min 10-12 49 min 10-18 54 min 16-18 74 min 16-22 Jennings 2, Turner tries Goodwin 2 from 3 goals Crowd 21,533 Referee G.Badger / C.Butler Penalities 9-5 Scrums 5-10 Final Line Up Min Tac Pe MT LB Rn DR m Er OL K TA T G/A FG Flbk - 9 - Cook, Damien 80 5 - 2 1 15 3 165 2 - - 1 - - - LWng - 5 - Jennings, Robert 80 2 - - 2 13 1 117 1 - - - 2 - - LCnt - 4 - Fuimaono, Tyrell 80 13 1 1 - 14 2 120 2 - - - - - - RCnt - 1 - Goodwin, Bryson 80 20 1 4 - 11 1 91 1 1 - - - 2/3 - RWng - 2 - Graham, Campbell 80 10 - - - 13 1 131 - - - - - - - 5/8 - 6 - Walker, Cody 80 20 1 1 - 7 - 44 - - 3 1 - - - Half - 21 - Kelly, Luke 80 27 - 3 - 3 - 16 - - 6 - - - - Prop - 8 - Burgess, Tom 52 28 - 3 - 16 - 153 1 - - - - - - Hook - 14 - Farah, Robbie 80 31 - - - 6 6 66 - 2 5 1 - - - Prop - 15 - Burgess, George 35 20 1 - - 5 - 56 - - - - - - - SRow - 11 - Sutton, John 80 25 - - 1 14 - 123 2 - 1 - - - - (c) SRow - 16 - Turner, Kyle 70 28 - 3 1 7 - 70 1 - - - 1 - - Lock - 13 - Murray, Cameron 69 37 1 3 - 13 - 126 - - - - - - - Int - 17 - Britt, Dean 18 7 - 2 - 5 - 53 - - - - - - - Int - 18 - Clark, Jason 39 16 - - - 12 - 111 1 - - - - - - Int - 19 - Tyrrell, Dave 27 17 - 1 - 6 - 53 - - - - - - - Int - 20 - Talakai, Siosifa 10 3 - - - 1 - 9 - - - - - - - TOTAL 309 5 23 5 1505 11 3 15 3 3 2/3 - Completion Rate - 28 / 37 76% Opposition Offloads - 10 Effective 1st Tackles 0 min 18m KO 1 min 39m Kelly kick COF 4 min 61m Sutton kick SCR 20m / SS P(GBurgess) 7 min 35m SS Err(TFuimaono) SCR / (Pa Try) 10 min 20m KO 12 min 35m NO TRY SS P(Goodwin) 13 min 0m Pa Err / P / TRY 16 min 48m SS Err(TFuimaono) 19 min 69m P / Farah kick 4m / SS P(Walker) 22 min 12m Pa Err / P / Kelly kick 24 min 22m P / Farah kick 26 min 0m Pa Err SCR / TRY 28 min 22m Farah kick 32 min 17m P / P / SS Err(Sutton) SCR 34 min 71m DO 36 min 15m Pa Err SCR / Farah kick SCR 38 min 91m DO 70m / SS P(Murray) / (Pa TRY) half time 41 min 22m Walker kick COF 43 min 26m Kelly kick 8m SS P(TFuimaono) 46 min 30m P / SS Err(Cook) 49 min 60m SS Err(TBurgess) SCR / (Pa TRY) 51 min 18m KO 54 min 0m Pa Err SCR / P / TRY 58 min 10m P / SS Err(Clark) SCR 59 min 5m Kelly kick 61 min 12m Pa Err SCR / Walker kick 64 min 40m Pa Err SCR / SS Err(Turner) 66 min 70m Pa Err / SS Err(Goodwin) 67 min 40m Pa Err / SS Err(Sutton) SCR 70 min 19m Walker kick COF 71 min 39m Farah kick 8m / SS 6TG(Jennings) SCR / (Pa TRY) 75 min 40m KO 77 min 6m P / ChOv 79 min 40m Kelly kick SS Err(Cook) Average effective 1st tackle location - 31.4m - for the whole match - 34.7m - 1st half - 27.9m - 2nd half Other NRL Matches 20-10 Town Brisbane b Nth Qld 20-16 SFS Syd Rstrs b Gold Coast 28-12 Brok Manly b Penrith 32-6 MRSt Melbourne b Canberra 26-18 NISC Cronulla b Newcastle 26-20 StAu Canterbury b St Geo-Ill 28-16 Leic Wests-Tig b Warriors W D L B Diff PT MELBOURNE 20 - 4 2 +297 44 SYD RSTRS 17 - 7 2 +72 38 BRISBANE 16 - 8 2 +164 36 PARRAMATTA 16 - 8 2 +39 36 CRONULLA 15 - 9 2 +69 34 MANLY 14 - 9 2 +40 32 PENRITH 13 - 11 2 +45 30 NTH QLD 13 - 11 2 +24 30 St Geo-Ill 12 - 12 2 +83 28 Canberra 11 - 13 2 +61 26 Canterbury 10 - 14 2 -95 24 Souths 9 - 15 2 -100 22 Warriors 7 - 17 2 -131 18 Wests-Tigers 7 - 17 2 -158 18 Gold Coast 7 - 17 2 -190 18 Newcastle 5 - 19 2 -220 14
No one was charged from the match.
U20 National Youth Holden Cup - Round 26
v Parramatta, 5:35pm
Late Changes - Butler was trimmed 24 hours before the match. Doueihi, Talakai and Taukamo are out. Morgan starts on the wing, Manowski five-eighth and Ili at second row.
The South Sydney Rabbitohs NYC have fallen to a determined Parramatta Eels outfit 40 points to 26 tonight at ANZ Stadium. The Young Rabbitohs had the task of overcoming the 5th placed Eels in order to solidify their place in the finals, and would have to do so without winger Tyrone Taukamo, star five-eighth Adam Doueihi, as well as backrower Sifa Talakai, who would be playing in the NRL side. Despite giving away a penalty on halfway to the Eels early on, the Rabbitohs would score first through Malachi Morgan in the 4th minute after a 90 metre break from Nic Mougios off an Eels kick. Halfback Dean Hawkins would continue his rich form with the boot by kicking the conversion from the sideline. A penalty for a high tackle on lock Gabe Hamlin would provide the perfect platform for the team to capitalise, and a switch play from Harry Leddy at dummy half sent prop Henry-Siriah Fuimaono to crash over in the 26th minute. Hawkins would convert the try to give the Red and Greens a 12-point lead. Another penalty on Hamlin would add another two points to the scoresheet, with the Young Rabbitohs opting for a penalty goal, which was converted by Hawkins. A dropped ball off the first set of the ensuing kickoff would hand the Eels some much needed momentum, however some desperate scrambling defence would hold off their efforts. However, the Eels would not be contained for long after a break by winger Greg Leleisiuao would lead to a Noel Aukafolau try just ten minutes from halftime. Parramatta would strike back in the next two minutes through second rower Ray Stone after a break from halfback Troy Dargan. Custodian Dylan Brown would convert to bring the Eels back within four points with seven minutes left to go in the half. The Eels would send a scare in the Rabbitohs camp by nearly scoring again on the next set, however they would lose possession just five metres out from the try line after some ad lib play, relieving plenty of pressure off the Cardinal and Myrtles. Some much needed luck would go the way of the Rabbitohs just a few sets later, with a poorly executed bomb coming off the hands of an Eels player, gifting the side six more tackles. A clever deft kick from Beau Cordtz would earn a repeat set, and off the back of a monstrous run from Jordan Mailata, captain Kalani Ili would take charge and plant the ball by the fingertips to get the Rabbitohs back in front. Dean Hawkins then plotted the goal with thirty seconds left to give the side a 10-point buffer at the break. The second half would start off with the Rabbitohs making a strong charge upfield, but then giving away a penalty to the Eels on the first tackle. After some expansive play, Parramatta would crash over through Ray Stone once again, with Dylan Brown converting the try, bringing the contest back to a four-point difference once again. A dropped ball off the kickoff would invite the Rabbitohs back in, however some poor communication would see the Eels regain possession after a few loose passes. The errors would continue to flow from the Young Rabbitohs, which gave Parramatta more opportunities to score, however the Red and Green defence would keep their composure to prevent any raids from coming off. Quick play the balls from the Eels would force the Rabbitohs to try slow them down, leading to a slow release penalty on halfway, and the next set would see Parramatta take the lead for the first time with a second try to Aukafolau in the 55th minute. The try would be converted giving the Eels the lead for the first time in the match. Fatigue would set in for the Rabbitohs, as the Eels would take advantage of the tiring defence and would crash over through Reed Mahoney, with Brown converting the try with less than a quarter of the game to go. The Eels looked to score once again by sending the ball through the hands off the kickoff, however an obstruction penalty would give the Young Rabbitohs a chance to make a trick shot and opt for a weighted kick downfield to be regathered, however the Eels would reach it first and ground the ball in the in-goal, which then lead them to kicking a dropout 20 metres out. The quick tempo of the Parramatta attack would keep the Rabbitohs on their feet, who would capitalise through a Harry Leddy linebreak, and a deft cross-field kick from Dean Hawkins would see Malachi Morgan cash in once again on the right flank. Parramatta would continue the back and forth trend of the match with Ray Stone going in for his third try with just over ten minutes to go. Brown would convert the try to give the Eels a eight-point margin. A few sets later ricocheted kick off on to boot of Dylan O’Connor nearly saw the fleet-footed centre streak away only for him to be bundled into touch, and with the Eels regaining possession in their own half, with Stone collecting his fourth try of the night through sheer determination and power. Despite a determined performance, the Young Rabbitohs would fall to the Eels 40 points to 26.
4 min 6-0 17 min 12-0 24 min 14-0 29 min 14-4 32 min 14-10 39 min 20-10 43 min 20-16 55 min 20-22 59 min 20-28 65 min 26-28 69 min 26-34 74 min 26-40 Morgan 2, H.Fuimaono, Ili tries Hawkins 5 from 5 goals Penalities 7-3 Scrums 2-3 Final Line Up Min Tac Pe MT LB Rn DR m Er OL K TA T G/A FG Flbk - 1 - Cordtz, Beau 80 3 - 3 - 11 1 85 - - 2 - - - - LWng - 2 - Mougios, Nic 77 4 - - 1 10 1 126 1 - - - - - - LCnt - 3 - Hiroti, Mawene 80 14 - - - 8 - 85 - - - - - - - RCnt - 4 - O’Connor, Dylan 80 8 - 4 - 11 - 99 2 - - - - - - RWng - 20 - Morgan, Malachi 80 5 - 2 1 10 - 106 - - - - 2 - - 5/8 - 17 - Manowski, Blake 52 24 - 6 - 6 - 58 1 - - - - - - Half - 7 - Hawkins, Dean 80 13 - 3 - 6 - 32 1 - 12 1 - 5/5 - Prop - 8 - Fuimaono, Henry 54 20 1 4 1 12 - 123 1 - - - 1 - - Hook - 9 - Leddy, Harry 80 17 - 4 1 3 2 63 1 - - 1 - - - Prop - 10 - Johnstone, Sam 80 44 1 1 - 13 - 139 - 1 - - - - - SRow - 15 - Ili, Kalani 48 19 - 2 1 12 - 96 1 - - - 1 - - (c) SRow - 12 - Ta'avale, Lucky 80 35 - 8 - 6 - 39 - - - 1 - - - Lock - 13 - Hamlin, Gabe 80 35 - 2 - 10 - 105 - 1 1 - - - - Int - 16 - Mailata, Jordan 26 8 - 2 - 7 - 83 1 - - - - - - Int - 19 - Koloamatangi, Keaon 60 19 1 - - 10 - 109 - 2 - - - - - Int - 21 - Shepherd, Charles 3 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Int - 18 - Shiach-Wise, Bailey - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - TOTAL 268 3 41 5 1348 9 4 15 3 4 5/5 - Opposition Offloads - 7 Other NYC Matches 26-24 Town Brisbane b Nth Qld 60-24 SFS Syd Rstrs b Gold Coast 29-10 Brok Penrith b Manly 24-22 Kawa Canberra b Melbourne 36-24 NISC Newcastle b Cronulla 34-34 StAu St Geo-Ill d Canterbury 54-16 Leic Wests-Tig b Warriors W D L B Diff PT CRONULLA 19 1 4 2 +474 43 PENRITH 15 2 7 2 +193 36 ST GEO-ILL 15 1 8 2 +40 35 PARRAMATTA 15 - 9 2 +167 34 NTH QLD 14 - 10 2 +182 32 BRISBANE 14 - 10 2 +68 32 NEWCASTLE 13 1 10 2 -11 31 MANLY 13 - 11 2 +113 30 Souths 12 2 10 2 +104 30 Syd Rstrs 12 1 11 2 +160 29 Gold Coast 10 1 13 2 -130 25 Canberra 10 - 14 2 -104 24 Melbourne 9 - 15 2 -168 22 Canterbury 6 3 15 2 -224 19 Wests-Tigers 5 2 18 2 -370 16 Warriors 3 - 21 2 -496 10 NRL Club Championship W D L B Diff PT CRONULLA 33 1 13 4 +543 77 Parramatta 31 - 17 4 +206 70 Brisbane 30 - 18 4 +232 68 Syd Rstrs 29 1 18 4 +232 67 Penrith 28 2 18 4 +237 66 Melbourne 29 - 19 4 +129 66 St Geo-Ill 27 1 20 4 +123 63 Nth Qld 27 - 21 4 +206 62 Manly 27 - 21 4 +154 62 Souths 21 2 25 4 +6 52 Canberra 21 - 27 4 -45 50 Newcastle 18 1 29 4 -231 45 Canterbury 11 3 29 4 -319 43 Gold Coast 17 1 30 4 -320 43 Wests-Tigers 12 2 34 4 -528 34 Warriors 10 - 38 4 -627 28
Reserve Grade - Intrust Super NSW & QLD Premiership - Preliminary Semi-Finals
(6v7) v Newcastle, Kogarah Jubilee Oval, Sun Sep 3 12:00pm
Late Changes - Kelly, Whitelaw, Clark, Freebairn were out. Williams started prop, Siolo lock, Doueihi half, Mociedeke five-eighth, Robinson centre. Perrin and Jamel Hunt were added to the bench.
A dominant performance from the Newcastle Knights has seen them progress into week two of the semi-finals after a 40-18 victory over the North Sydney Bears. Brendan Elliott was a strike weapon for the Knights with two tries, while halfback Will Pearsall and hooker Tom Starling beautifully steered the ship that kept their side alive in the 2017 season. The Bears came into the match heavily depleted thanks to a large number of South Sydney Rabbitohs players missing in action on Friday night, while lock of the year Cheyne Whitelaw picked up an untimely injury during the week, which forced him out of the contest. A Pearsall bomb wasn’t judged properly by Eli Levido, which caused a dropout, before the crafty halfback put his lock Bradie Smith through a big gap to post first points for the Knights. North Sydney had the next chance to score that the Knights defended without conceding, before consecutive sets allowed Newcastle to build pressure that led to a Brendan Elliott try. A penalty in front of the posts gave the Knights a gift two points, before another penalty gave them field position yet again, before one of the most exciting young prospects in the competition, Nick Meaney, scored and converted to take Newcastle to a 20-0 lead. The Bears had to be next to score if they were to stay in the contest, and thankfully they did just that through their powerhouse winger Abbas Miski in the right corner after a left-to-right shift. While that try was very conventional, the next was the complete opposite as the Bears threw the ball around on the fifth tackle like it was a hot potato. The skill of both five-eighth and winger came into play when Latrell Robinson put in a pin-point cross-field bomb under pressure to the wing of Tautalatasi Tasi, who snatched the ball out of the air and planted it down with perfection. Newcastle started the second half with a bang, crossing the line that would have put the margin out to 18 however Jacob Gagan was unable to ground the ball. North Sydney then went up the other end of the field with a similar chance, but a bad pass to Adam Doueihi from dummy half. A first tackle error gave Newcastle another chance just 10 minute into the second half, and Elliott took it upon himself to score with some individual brilliance when he put in a grubber, chased hard, won the race and planted the ball down. Another penalty goal notched the margin out further, before the Knights built more pressure thanks to consecutive forced dropouts that led to a Pearsall try as he hit and spun through the Bears defence. Brad Deitz and Joseph Morris scored a try each from dummy half for their respective sides, before Levido scored a great try when he ran across-field and straightened through a hole which made the final score 40-18
Cherrington was placed on report in the 52nd minute.
4 min 0-6 17 min 0-12 21 min 0-14 25 min 0-20 29 min 4-20 37 min 8-20 49 min 8-26 53 min 8-28 57 min 8-34 65 min 14-34 68 min 14-40 73 min 18-40 Miski, Tasi, Dietz, Levido tries Levido 1 from 4 goals Penalties 13-10 Scrums 1-6 Final Line Up Min Tac Pe MT LB Rn DR m Er OL K TA T G/A FG Flbk - 1 - Levido, Eli 80 6 - 2 1 8 - 45 - - 1 - 1 1/4 - LWng - 2 - Tasi, Tautalatasi 80 6 - 3 1 12 3 126 3 1 - - 1 - - LCnt - 18 - Robinson, Latrell 63 9 - 6 - 1 - 13 1 - - 1 - - - RCnt - 4 - Murphy, Ed 80 7 1 1 - 8 - 65 - - - - - - - RWng - 5 - Miski, Abbas 80 7 - 2 1 8 - 94 1 - - - 1 - - 5/8 - 3 - Moceidreke, Sitiveni 80 20 1 1 - 2 - 17 - - 1 1 - - - Half - 7 - Doueihi, Adam 80 13 2 2 - 4 - 26 3 1 7 - - - - Prop - 17 - Williams, Clayton 42 27 - 3 - 5 - 64 - - - - - - - Hook - 9 - Deitz, Brad 80 32 3 2 1 3 3 22 - - 3 - 1 - - (c) Prop - 10 - Mauala, Fred Jnr 56 29 - 5 - 8 - 80 - 1 - - - - - SRow - 11 - Cherrington, Anthony 56 22 1 1 - 12 - 107 - - - - - - - SRow - 12 - Rogers, Piki 52 26 2 6 - 6 - 55 1 - - 1 - - - Lock - 21 - Siolo, Patrice 69 34 - 1 1 8 - 104 - - - - - - - Int - 14 - Perrin, Tom 17 3 - - - 2 - 17 - - - - - - - Int - 16 - Rudolf, Toby 43 20 - 2 - 6 - 46 - - - - - - - Int - 19 - Talakai, Siosifa 63 26 - - - 10 - 107 - - - - - - - Int - 20 - Hunt, Jamel 19 5 - 1 - 6 - 56 - - - - - - - TOTAL 292 10 38 5 1045 9 3 12 3 4 1/4 - Completion Rate - 25 / 33 76% Opposition Offloads - 11 Effective 1st Tackles 1 min 21m Doueihi kick SCR 2 min 100m NS Err(Levido) 3 min 96m DO 76m / NS P(Dietz) 84m / NS P(Siolo) / (Nw TRY) 6 min 17m KO 9 min 0m P / Doueihi CIG 10 min 70m NS Err(Rogers) SCR 13 min 95m P / P / NS Err(Doueihi) 29m / 6TG(Doueihi) SCR 69m / 6TG(Dietz) / (Nw TRY) 19 min 100m KO 24m / NS P(Williams) 89m / NS P(Siolo) (Nw GOAL) 22 min 20m KO 24 min 72m Nw Err SCR / Doueihi kick 34m NS P(Murphy) 72m / (Nw TRY) 27 min 20m KO 29 min 0m P / TRY 33 min 99m NS Err(Miski) SCR 96m NS P(Mociedreke) 34 min 0m P / Dietz kick Doueihi kick CIG 37 min 0m P / Mociedreke kick TRY half time 40 min 16m KO 42 min 52m Doueihi 10m / NS P(Williams) 46 min 15m Nw Err / P / P NS Err(Talakai) SCR 48 min 91m NS Err(Robinson) SCR / (Nw TRY) 51 min 100m KO 23m / NS P(Cherrington) (Nw GOAL) 53 min 12m KO 55 min 70m DO 57 min 86m DO / (Nw TRY) 59 min 40m KO 61 min 48m P / Doueihi kick COFIG 64 min 0m P / Doueihi kick CIG 65 min 0m TRY 67 min 80m NS Err(Tasi) / (Nw TRY) 70 min 18m KO 73 min 0m P / TRY 75 min 17m P / NS Err(Tasi) SCR 78 min 52m P / NS P(Levido) 79 min 43m Doueihi kick 80 min 65m NS P(Perrin) Average effective 1st tackle location - 49.6m - for the whole match - 54.4m - 1st half - 45.9m - 2nd half Other NSW Premiership Matches 34-26 SFS (1v4) Wyong b Canterbury 36-20 Koga (3v2) Penrith b Warriors 30-26 Koga (8v5) Illawarra b Mt Pritchard Other QLD Premiership Matches BYE (1) PNG Hunters BYE (2) Redcliffe 20-16 Lngl (3v6) Bris Easts b Townsville 26-18 SunS (4v5) Sunshine Coast b Souths-Logan
NRL Premiership - Preliminary Semi-Finals
18-16 MRSt (1v4) Melbourne b Parramatta 24-22 SFS (2v3) Syd Rstrs b Brisbane 15-14 SFS (8v5) Nth Qld b Cronulla 22-10 SFS (7v6) Penrith b Manly
U20 National Youth Holden Cup - Preliminary Semi-Finals
35-22 SFS (4v1) Parramatta b Cronulla 18-14 SFS (3v2) St Geo-Ill b Penrith 30-16 SFS (8v5) Manly b Nth Qld 30-26 SFS (6v7) Brisbane b Newcastle
Reserve Grade - Intrust Super NSW & QLD Premiership - Semi-Finals
Other NSW Premiership Matches BYE (1) Wyong BYE (2) Penrith 30-6 Koga (3v6) Warriors b Newcastle 32-14 Koga (4v5) Canterbury b Illawarra Other QLD Cup Matches 6-4 PMby (1v2) PNG Hunters b Redcliffe 26-22 Lngl (4v3) Sunsine Coast b Bris Easts
(1) Melbourne (2) Syd Rstrs 13-6 Lang (3v6) Brisbane b Penrith 24-16 StAu (5v4) Nth Qld b Parramatta
U20 National Youth Holden Cup Semi-Finals
(1) Parramatta (2) St Geo-Ill 33-12 Lang (3v6) Penrith b Brisbane 42-22 StAu (5v4) Manly b Cronulla
Reserve Grade - Intrust Super NSW & QLD Premiership - Finals
Other NSW Premiership Matches 16-12 Leic (1v3) Wyong b Warriors 16-12 Leic (2v4) Penrith b Canterbury Other QLD Cup Matches (1) PNG Hunters 40-14 Dolp (3v2) Sunshine Coast b Redcliffe
NRL Preliminary Finals
30-0 MRSt (1v3) Melbourne b Brisbane 29-16 SFS (4v2) Nth Qld b Syd Rstrs
U20 National Youth Cup Preliminary Finals
28-6 SFS (1v3) Parramatta b Penrith 34-18 SFS (4v2) Manly b St Geo-Ill
Reserve Grade - Intrust Super NSW & QLD Premiership - Grand Finals
Other NSW Premiership Matches 20-12 Parr (2v1) Penrith b Wyong Other QLD Cup Matches 12-10 Lang (1v2) PNG Hunters b Sunshine Coast
NRL Grand Finals
34-6 StAu (1v2) Melbourne b Nth Qld
U20 National Youth Holden Cup - Grand Final
20-18 StAu (2v1) Manly b Parramatta
Reserve Grade - State Championship
42-18 StAu Penrith b PNG Hunters
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