2018 NRL Premiership - Round 6

South Sydney v Sydney Roosters

Sydney Football Stadium

Thu Apr 12, 7:50pm

Selected Round 6 Teams

CyberView from the Hill - Last Week

CyberView from the Hill - This Week

Late Changes

Murray has a hamstring injury and Farah has been trimmed 24h before the match. Hunt and Graham are 18th and 19th men

WIN 26-14

South Sydney are laughing loudest in their age-old slanging match with the Roosters after a two-minute horror show from under fire NSW fullback James Tedesco. The Rabbitohs prevailed 26-14 following a week of social media pot shots from both clubs, but it was multimillion-dollar signing Tedesco who will be the butt of Bunnies jokes for some time yet. With scores locked up at 8-8 despite Souths dominating the first stanza, two critical mistakes from Tedesco on his own line put it on a platter for the Tricolours' oldest and closest rival. The first came thanks to unhelpful hands from teammate Reece Robinson, who fumbled a high ball to put Tedesco under pressure in his own in-goal. As Dane Gagai and Richie Kennar crunched him into the turf, Tedesco spilled the Steeden straight into the path of Angus Crichton for a game-turning try. When Cody Walker hoiked it high two minutes later, skipper Greg Inglis leapt over a gun shy Tedesco to blow Souths out to an 18-8 lead. A try to Ryan Matterson returned serve soon enough, but the Rabbitohs kept a late Tricolours fightback in check for their third win of 2018. Aside from their woes at the back, the Roosters middle men were given a bath by their Rabbitohs opposites after losing Sio Siua Taukeiaho in the warm-up to a knee injury. Damien Cook in particular had himself a field day around the ruck, clocking up 120 run metres as his bid for the NSW No. 9 jumper gathers serious steam. Even though Souths enjoyed all the running across the first 30 minutes, they emerged with only an Adam Reynolds penalty goal to show for it. And despite 22 missed tackles in the previous half hour, it was the Roosters posting the first four-pointer, thanks to a Tedesco break straight through the Rabbitohs forwards. With that momentum, Latrell Mitchell made it a moment to remember, swatting away Dane Gagai and Alex Johnston in a 20-metre surge to the line, complete with a Cirque de Soleil touchdown in the corner. It was answered within minutes though by Robert Jennings, who crossed courtesy of a Cody Walker run-around to level things up at the break. Upon the resumption Crichton was on the board against his future club, before Inglis flew above an out-of-sorts Tedesco two minutes later. Matterson's 53rd minute try from a Joseph Manu bat back kept the Roosters alive and the Rabbitohs to an 18-14 advantage. The Tricolours had their chances throughout the second half but never looked like truly seizing them, with Luke Keary and Cooper Cronk especially sluggish with the game on the line. With another penalty and then Reynolds' sleight of hand piloting John Sutton over, the Roosters were finally put to bed when a 78th minute try to Victor Radley was called back for a knock-on.

 5 min  2-0
21 min  2-2
33 min  2-8
37 min  8-8
42 min 12-8
45 min 18-8
53 min 18-14
60 min 20-14
64 min 26-14

Jennings, Crichton, Inglis, Sutton tries
Reynolds 5 from 6 goals

Crowd       15,242
Referee     G.Atkins/A.Shortall

Penalities   7-12
Scrums       6-6

Final Line Up
                                 Min Tac Pe MT LB  Rn  DR    m Er OL   K TA  T  G/A  FG
Flbk -  1 - Johnston, Alex        80   5  -  -  -   9   -   64  2  1   -  -  -  -     - 
LWng -  5 - Jennings, Robert      80   3  -  -  1   9   -   85  -  -   -  -  1  -     - 
LCtr -  3 - Inglis, Greg          80   8  1  2  -  11   -  103  1  -   -  -  1  -     - (c) 
RCtr -  4 - Gagai, Dane           80  17  -  5  -  15   2  150  3  1   -  -  -  -     - 
RWng -  2 - Kennar, Richard       80   5  -  2  -  12   6   98  -  1   -  -  -  -     - 
5/8  -  6 - Walker, Cody          80  11  1  2  1   9   1   65  -  2   5  2  -  -     - 
Half -  7 - Reynolds, Adam        80  15  3  2  -   7   -   32  -  1  13  -  -  5/6   - 
Prop -  8 - Burgess, Tom          45  21  -  2  1  13   -  181  -  1   -  -  -  -     - 
Hook -  9 - Cook, Damien          80  45  2  -  1  10   5  145  1  2   -  -  -  -     - 
Prop - 10 - Burgess, George       42  23  1  2  -  13   -  151  -  -   -  -  -  -     - 
SRow - 11 - Sutton, John          80  24  -  2  1  17   1  175  -  1   -  -  1  -     - 
SRow - 12 - Crichton, Angus       80  40  1  3  -  16   -  107  1  3   -  -  1  -     - 
Lock - 16 - Clark, Jason          52  34  2  2  -  11   -  123  -  1   -  -  -  -     - 

Int  - 15 - Nicholls, Mark        44  27  1  3  -  11   -  107  -  2   -  -  -  -     - 
Int  - 17 - Tatola, Junior        33  10  -  1  -  11   -  122  -  1   -  -  -  -     - 
Int  - 21 - Turner, Kyle          21  10  -  1  -   4   -   37  -  -   -  -  -  -     - 
Int  - 14 - Doueihi, Adam          -   -  -  -  -   -   -    -  -  -   -  -  -  -     - 

                                     327 12 29  5         1742  8 17  18  2  4  5/6   -

Completion Rate      - 29 / 35  83%

Opposition Offloads  - 8

Effective 1st Tackles

 1 min   5m Reynolds kick COF
 2 min  48m ES Err SCR Walker kick 1m / SS P(Sutton)
 5 min   0m ES Err SCR / P GOAL
 8 min  12m P / SS Err(Inglis) SCR
10 min  25m Reynolds kick COF
14 min  15m SCR / Jennings kick P / SS Err(Johnston) SCR
16 min  78m SS Err(Gagai) 20m / SS P(Walker)
19 min 100m ES Err SCR / Walker kick COF 14m / SS P(Crichton) 47m / SS P(Cook) (ES GOAL)
22 min  19m KO
24 min  22m Reynolds kick COF
26 min   0m ES Err SCR / reynolds kick CIG
28 min  17m ES 6TG / P / SS Err(Johnston) SCR
32 min  13m SCR Reynolds kick SCR / (ES TRY)
35 min  18m KO
37 min   0m P / TRY
39 min  10m Reynolds kick SS Err(Gagai)

half time

40 min  55m KO 10m / SS P(GBurgess)
42 min   0m ES Err / Reynolds kick TRY
45 min   0m Walker kick TRY
47 min  36m Reynolds kick
50 min  47m SS Err(Cook) SCR
52 min  77m Reynolds kick COF 26m / SS P(Cook) / (ES TRY)
54 min  17m KO
56 min  18m Walker kick COF
58 min  21m Reynolds kick
59 min   0m P GOAL
62 min  12m Reynolds kick COF
64 min   0m ES Err / (SS NO TRY) / TRY
66 min  20m Reynolds kick
67 min  90m SS P(Reynolds) 94m / SS P(Walker) 77m / SS P(Reynolds)
70 min  26m ES Err /Walker kick COF
72 min  92m P / SS Err(Crichton) SCR 48m / SS P(Nicholls) 95m / SS P(Cook) 99m / SS P(Crichton)
76 min  23m Reynolds kick COF
79 min  65m ES Err (ES NO TRY) / reynolds kick SS Err(Gagai)

Average effective 1st tackle location
- 29.9m - for the whole match

- 24.6m - 1st half  
- 34.2m - 2nd half  

Other FG Matches

40-14 MRSt Melbourne  b Newcastle
40-20 Woll St Geo-Ill b Cronulla
27-18 MtSm Brisbane   b Warriors
27-10 Town Canterbury b Nth Qld
18-2  Bruc Canberra   b Parramatta
35-12 Penr Penrith    b Gold Coast
38-12 Brok Wests-Tig  b Manly

               W D  L B Diff PT
ST GEO-ILL     6 -  - - +114 12
WARRIORS       5 -  1 -  +52 10
PENRITH        5 -  1 -  +50 10
WESTS-TIGERS   5 -  1 -  +48 10
MELBOURNE      3 -  3 -  +47  6
SYD ROOSTERS   3 -  3 -  +28  6
SOUTHS         3 -  3 -  +24  6
BRISBANE       3 -  3 -  -26  6
Gold Coast     3 -  3 -  -45  6
Newcastle      3 -  3 -  -66  6
Canberra       2 -  4 -  +11  4
Manly          2 -  4 -   +3  4
Canterbury     2 -  4 -   -5  4
Cronulla       2 -  4 -  -28  4
Nth Qld        1 -  5 -  -60  2
Parramatta     - -  6 - -106  -
      

Judiciary News

No one has been charged out of the match.

Reserve Grade - Intrust Super NSW Premiership - Round 6

v Western Suburbs, North Sydney Oval, Sat Apr 14 1:00pm

WIN 25-24

Late Changes - Amanki Veamatahau, Martin and Williams are out. Gagan starts on the wing, Graham at centre, Kennedy prop, Butler and Hunt second row, Koloamatangi lock, Johnstone and Rodwell on the bench. The North Sydney Bears have come from 18 points down to record a famous 25-24 win in the dying seconds against the ladder-leading Western Suburbs Magpies on Old Boys’ Day at North Sydney Oval in Round 6 of the Intrust Super Premiership NSW competition. The Bears were seemingly down and out after conceding an 18-point lead after just 30 minutes of play, but came bounding back into the contest through Viliami Kaveinga, Billy Brittain and Dean Hawkins to record a thrilling upset victory. Magpies halfback Josh Drinkwater, one of the best on the park, opened the scoring for the visitors after 10 minutes, stepping past two defenders off his left foot close to the Bears’ line to drive over for a four-pointer. His conversion took the visitors’ lead to six. The next set it was Drinkwater who once again stood up – an incisive run following an offload sending the halfback into open territory before setting up Tui Lolohea to score. Drinkwater’s second conversion inside a minute sent the Magpies to a 12-nil lead. For the next 10 minutes or so the Bears had a number of opportunities but simply could hold onto the ball to think of conversing the opportunities. In the 27th minute the Magpies took a decisive advantage, this time through the boot of Braden Robson. On the back of another Bears error, the Magpies marched downfield, for Robson to slip through a grubber to an enthusiastic Watson Heleta to score in the corner. Another Drinkwater conversion, from touch in windy conditions, stretched the advantage to 18. The Magpies looked likely to stretch that lead further as Mahe Fonua streaked downfield but as he was caught he lost the ball – and the Bears made him pay – in a match-turning passage of play. On the ensuing set, the Bears marched downfield, and a strong Hymel Hunt charge had them just metres out from the tryling. A simple crash-over from big front-rower Rhys Kennedy opened their account. Then their captain Billy Brittain crashed over from dummy-half after a strong run from Max Bailey, with Dean Hawkins’ conversion cutting the lead to just eight points at the break. The Bears kept the momentum in the second half, a very similar play from Brittain on the Magpies’ line leading Ky Rodwell in jersey no.30 to crash over. But it wasn’t until the Magpies crashed over in the 64th minute that the Bears’ spirit looked broken. From a standing start, a grubber kick into the in-goal area was claimed by Lucas Price and a try was awarded. Replays suggested the ball was never grounded, but the score remained and from there the home side never recovered. But the Bears never, actually, said die, and after absorbing an onslaught their fullback and winger combined for a four-pointer started deep inside their half. Kaveinaga scooted from dummy half and sliced through, drawing the last line to send Mawene Hiroti over. Dean Hawkins’ third conversion of the afternoon cut the Magpies’ lead to just two points with 10 minutes remaining. Hawkins made no mistake from a penalty in the 77th minute against Chris McQueen for an off-the-ball tackle on the Bears’ fullback to tie the game at 24. Then, on the next set of six on the final tackle in the dying seconds of the match, Hawkins, just 19, did what all good halves do – slot a pressure field goal, with the game on the line, to give his team victory. The diminutive no.7 was one of the best for the home side alongside Kaveinga and Brittain, while for the visitors Mahe Fonua, Drinkwater and McQueen proved constant threats.

 9 min  0-6
11 min  0-12
26 min  0-18
33 min  4-18
37 min 10-18
49 min 16-18
62 min 16-24
69 min 22-24
77 min 24-24
79 min 25-24

Kennedy, Brittain, Rodwell, Hiroti tries
Hawkins 4 from 5 goals
Hawkins fieldgoal

Penalties  14-6
Scrums      8-4

Final Line Up -
                                 Min Tac Pe MT LB  Rn  DR    m Er OL   K TA  T  G/A  FG

Flbk -  1 - Kaveinga, Villami     80   8  1  2  1  19   4  210  1  -   -  1  -  -     - 
LWng -  3 - Gagan, Jacob          80   3  1  -  -   5   -   43  -  -   -  -  -  -     - 
LCtr -  4 - Burns, Braidon        80  12  1  2  -  11   1  129  1  1   1  -  -  -     - 
RCtr - 18 - Graham, Campbell      80  16  -  3  -  14   1  158  3  3   -  -  -  -     - 
RWng -  2 - Hiroto, Mawene        80   7  -  1  -  11   1  142  2  -   -  -  1  -     - 
5/8  -  6 - Tracey, Connor        75  19  -  2  -   6   -   32  -  -   6  -  -  -     - 
Half -  7 - Hawkins, Dean         80  21  1  1  -   8   -   57  -  -   6  -  -  4/5   1 
Prop -  8 - Leuluai, Vincent      42  23  -  1  -   5   -   59  1  -   -  -  -  -     - 
Hook -  9 - Brittian, Billy       80  46  -  4  1   9   4   71  -  -   -  -  1  -     - 
Prop - 14 - Kennedy, Rhys         52  24  1  2  1  13   -  122  -  -   -  -  1  -     - 
SRow - 26 - Butler, Tarquinn      80  33  1  6  -  13   -  106  -  -   -  -  -  -     -  
SRow - 25 - Hunt, Hymel           80  26  -  1  -  12   -  125  -  -   -  -  -  -     -  
Lock - 12 - Koloamatangi, Keaon   31  17  -  2  -   2   -   14  -  1   -  -  -  -     - 

Int  - 10 - Johnstone, Sam        38  15  -  -  -  11   -  104  -  -   -  -  -  -     - 
Int  - 16 - Freebairn, Tom        12   2  -  -  -   2   -   21  -  -   1  -  -  -     - 
Int  - 17 - Bailey, Max           38  17  -  3  -  11   -   87  -  -   -  -  -  -     - 
Int  - 30 - Rodwell, Ky           32  14  -  -  1   9   -   96  -  -   -  -  1  -     - 

                                     303  6 30  4         1577  8  5  14  1  4  4/5   1

Completion Rate      - 34 / 42  81%

Opposition Offloads  - 11

Effective 1st Tackles

 0 min  19m KO
 1 min  22m Tracey kick COF
 3 min  33m Hawkins kick
 5 min   9m Tracey kick
 7 min  85m Burns kick SCR 34m / NS P(Hawkins) 85m / (WS TRY)
11 min 100m KO 16m / (WS TRY)
14 min  15m KO
16 min  78m WS Err SCR / P / P NS Err(Leuluai) SCR 27m / NS P(Tracey)
19 min   5m P / HAwkins kick
20 min  40m WS Err SCR NS Err(Graham)
23 min  84m WS Err SCR / P / NS Err(Hiroti) 31m / NS P(Kennedy) / (WS TRY)
28 min  86m KO 21m / 6TG(Gagan) SCR
31 min   5m WS Err / P / Hawkins kick
32 min  66m WS Err SCR / NS Err(Graham)
33 min   0m WS Err / P / TRY
37 min   0m P / TRY

half time

41 min  22m Tracey kick COF
44 min  14m P / WS 6TG SCR / NS Err(Kavinga) SCR
46 min   9m Tracey kick COF
49 min   0m SCR / P / TRY
51 min 100m NS Err(Kavinga)
52 min  76m DO
54 min   1m Tracey kick COF
57 min   0m WS Err SCR / P / Hawkins kick CIG
58 min  47m P / Tracey kick 10m SS P(Kavinga)
61 min  63m P / NS Err(Hiroti) NS Err(Kavinga) (WS TRY)
64 min  57m KO 11m / SS P(Burns) 28m SS P(Burns)
67 min  29m WS Err / Freebairn kick
69 min   0m TRY
72 min  14m Hawkins kick NS Err(Burns) SCR
77 min   0m P / P GOAL
79 min   0m FIELDGOAL
80 min  55m Sh KO


Average effective 1st tackle location
- 35.0m - for the whole match

- 42.1m - 1st half  
- 28.6m - 2nd half  

Other Reserve Grade - NSW Intrust Premiership Matches

34-4  MtSm Warriors   b Blacktown
58-4  Cess Newtown    b Newcastle
20-16 Woll St Geo-Ill b Wyong
34-16 Penr Penrith    b Canterbury

                W D  L B Diff PT
WESTS           4 -  2 -  +91  8
ST GEO-ILL      4 -  2 -  +36  8
MT PRITCHARD    3 -  2 1  +32  8
CANTERBURY      3 -  2 1  +20  8
PENRITH         4 -  2 -  +15  8
NEWTOWN         3 -  3 -  +69  6
WARRIORS        3 -  3 -  -11  6
NORTHS          2 -  3 1  -17  6
Wentworthville  2 -  3 1  -70  6
Blacktown       2 1  3 -   -7  5
Wyong           2 -  4 -  -61  4
Newcastle       1 1  4 -  -96  3

U20 NSW Jersey Flegg Cup - Round 6

v Wests-Tigers, 11:15am

WIN 28-6

Late Changes - Rodwell and Butler are out. Hayman starts fullback, Mougios on the wing, Tago in the centre, Yeates at five-eighth, Cassoon starts prop, Shoveller second row. Chan-Foon and Kaufusi added to the bench.

10 min  6-0
18 min 12-0
22 min 18-0
47 min 18-6
50 min 22-6
68 min 28-6

O'Brien 2, Abou-Ghaida, Taukamo, Mougios tries
Hayman 4 from 5 goals

Final Line Up -
                                 Min  T  G/A  FG

Flbk -  6 - Hayman, Kieran        70  -  4/5   - 
LWng - 18 - Mougios, Nicholas     70  1  -     - 
LCtr -  4 - Abou-Gaida, Ethan     70  1  -     - 
RCtr -  3 - Tago, Jake            70  -  -     - 
RWng -  2 - Taukomo, Tyrone       70  1  -     - 
5/8  - 17 - Yeates, Cameron       35  -  -     - 
Half -  7 - Preece, Kurtis        70  -  -     - (c) 
Prop -  8 - O'Brien, Kell         47  2  -     - 
Hook -  9 - Cook, Josh            57  -  -     - 
Prop - 14 - Casson, Luke          70  -  -     - 
SRow - 19 - Shoveller, Brendon    70  -  -     - 
SRow - 12 - Ta'avale, Lucky       70  -  -     - 
Lock - 13 - Kurnoth, Corey        53  -  -     - 

Int  - 15 - French, Matthew       23  -  -     - 
Int  - 16 - Soloa, Jubilee        21  -  -     - 
Int  - 20 - Chan-Foon, Maila      35  -  -     - 
Int  - 22 - Kaufusi, John         19  -  -     - 

                                      5  4/5   -

Other U20 - NSW Jersey Flegg Matches

26-6  MtSm Manly      b Warriors
30-24 Cess Cronulla   b Newcastle
42-22 Woll Syd Rstrs  b St Geo-Ill
32-30 Aubr Mt Prtchrd b Parramatta
24-4  Penr Canterbury b Penrith

               W D  L B Diff PT
CRONULLA       4 1  - 1  +36 11
NEWCASTLE      5 -  1 - +114 10
MT PRITCHARD   5 -  1 -  +44 10
SYD ROOSTERS   4 -  2 -  +46  8
CANTERBURY     3 -  2 1  +40  8
PENRITH        4 -  2 -  -15  8
PARRAMATTA     3 -  3 -  +36  6
ST GEO-ILL     2 1  3 -  -10  5
Norths         2 -  4 -  -35  4
Warriors       1 -  5 -  -53  2
Manly          1 -  5 -  -86  2
Wests-Tigers   - -  6 - -116  -

NSWRL U18 SG Ball Cup - Preliminary Semi-Finals


Other U18 Matches

32-24 Leic (4v1) Cronulla   b Syd Rstrs
18-6  Leic (3v2) Newcastle  b Penrith
56-12 Camp (5v8) Canterbury b Illawarra
40-36 Brok (6v7) Canberra   b Manly
     

NSWRL U16 Harold Matthews Cup - Preliminary Semi-Finals


Other U16 Matches

16-14 Leic (4v1) Newcastle  b Penrith
26-24 Brok (3v2) Manly      b Parramatta
32-28 Camp (5v8) Canterbury b Illawarra
22-18 Leic (6v7) Cronulla   b Balmain

NSWRL Women's Premiership - Round 4

v Cabramatta, Cabramatta LC Field, Sat Apr 14 12:00pm

WIN 24-18

Late Changes - Riley is out. Potter starts at hooker. Welsh and Baker drop off the bench. The South Sydney Rabbitohs have dug deep to keep their undefeated start the season intact, with a gritty 24-18 win over Cabramatta, at New Era Stadium. With matches now only lasting 60 minutes instead of the previous 80, both sides provided high intensity throughout the contest. Unlike the previous round before, the Rabbitohs were challenged right from the very first minute to the last. Cabramatta was clearly up for the challenge and stuck right into the league leaders. Running hard and fast, Cabramatta’s attacking flair was on display early and it provided an immediate effect. After just three minutes on the clock, Cabramatta winger Chanel Steiner crossed over in the corner to give Cabramatta a 4-0 lead. Struggling to work their way into the match the Rabbitohs had to hold strong against a rampaging opponent determined to cause an upset. However, in the 17th minute, the Rabbitohs had their reply. Lavina O’Mealey produced a lovely short ball to her teammate Nikitah Wilson, who then burrowed her way to the line to score under the posts. Halfback Maddie Studdon easily added the extra points to give the Rabbitohs a 6-4 lead. Cabramatta didn’t allow the try to get them down though, responding swiftly with another four points of their own. Making their way up-field off the back of the penalty, Cabramatta threw the ball around with confidence near the South Sydney line and after a couple of clever offloads, they found room again out wide. Hanno Sio was the beneficiary this time, going over for Cabramatta’s second try on the 22nd-minute mark. The Rabbitohs were missing five players due to Country Championships but still had Jillaroos, O’Mealey and Studdon leading them forward and the two combined to score a miraculous try. 15 metres out from the Cabramatta line, Studdon shaped to kick out to her wingers but instead produced a controlled in field chip for her partner in crime O’Mealey, who displayed incredible athleticism and skill to catch and put the ball down at speed. Once again, Studdon had the easy task of extending her side's lead, which would give the Rabbitohs a 12-8 advantage at half-time. It was not a half of football that the Rabbitohs women had been accustomed to in the first three weeks of the season but began the second half with back-to-back tries. First up was Wilson, who scored her second of the match. The Rabbitohs created a great sweeping move across the park, which left Wilson with a nice open pathway to the line. There was still work to do for the back rower, who shoved her away past two defenders before planting the ball down on the stripe three minutes into the second half. Next up for the Rabbitohs, was interchange halfback Mary Taupau. Finding herself up against a flat-footed defence, the 20-year old stepped her way to the line for Rabbitohs next four-pointer. Studdon was unable to add extras on both occasions but the Red and Green held a healthy 20-8 lead with 20 minutes to play. However, this back and forth game was far from done as Cabramatta came roaring back. Once again profiting from the Rabbitohs ill discipline they found themselves in great attacking position to strike back, which hooker Dahlia Tahu took full advantage of, crashing over the line from dummy-half. Halfback Kiya Simon made it a six-point game with a successful conversion from in front. Then in the 46th minute, the Rabbitohs were punished again for sloppy defence as Cabramatta crossed through winger Arerina Ihaka. Simon couldn’t quite squeeze the ball through the posts from a difficult angle, which left the Red and Green with a nervy 20-18 lead. It was looking like Cabramatta may snatch victory but the undefeated Rabbitohs showed why they are the form side in the competition, holding their nerve to see out the match with a late try to fullback Taleena Simon. Finding herself on the wing in the second half the Rabbitohs speedster was too fast and too strong close to the line scoring a tough try and sealing her side's fourth consecutive victory.

 3 min  0-4
17 min  6-4
22 min  6-8
26 min 12-8
33 min 16-8
39 min 20-8
42 min 20-14
46 min 20-18
57 min 24-18

Wilson 2, O'Mealey, Taupau, Simon tries
Studdon 2 from 5 goals

Final Line Up -
                                     T  G/A  FG

Flbk -  1 - Simon, Taleena           1  -     -
Wing -  2 - Tallon, Courtney         -  -     -
Cntr -  3 - Doyle, Kari              -  -     -
Cntr -  4 - Johnson, Narikah         -  -     -
Wing -  5 - Lamb, Rikka              -  -     -
5/8  -  6 - O’Mealey, Lavina         1  -     - (c)
Half -  7 - Studdon, Maddison        -  2/5   -
Prop -  8 - Welsh, Kowana            -  -     -
Hook - 20 - Potter, Jessica          -  -     -
Prop - 10 - Kershaw, Kimberley       -  -     -
SRow - 11 - Phillips, Carly          -  -     -
SRow - 12 - Waters, Meleanna         -  -     -
Lock - 13 - Allende, Jasmin          -  -     -

Int  - 14 - Uluiburotu, Grace        -  -     -
Int  - 15 - Vunakece, Eloise         -  -     -
Int  - 16 - Wilson, Nikitah          2  -     -
Int  - 17 - Taupau, Mary             1  -     -

                                     5  2/5   -

Other Women's NSW Premiership Matches

24-0  ShAc Canterbury b Cronulla-C
48-12 NSO  Norths     b Wntwrthvll
28-4  Hick Mt Prtchrd b Penrith-Br
BYE        Newcastle
     
                W D  L B Diff PT
SOUTHS          4 -  - - +128  8
MT PRITCHARD    3 -  - 1  +92  8
NORTHS          1 1  1 1  +18  5
CABRAMATTA      1 -  2 1  +54  4
CRONULLA-C      2 -  2 -  +52  4
Canterbury      2 -  2 -  +50  4
Newcastle       1 -  2 1  -96  4
PENRITH-BRO     1 1  2 -  -16  3
Wentworthville  - -  4 - -282  -

NSWRL U18 Women's Tasha Gale 9s Cup - Preliminary Semi-Final

(7v8) v St George, Leichhardt Oval, Fri Apr 13 6:15pm

LOSS 8-54

Late Changes - Fonokalafi, Zali Dymock, Baird and Burgess are out. Murray, Stojanovska, Scott start, Taukamo, Folau, Kobe Dymock and Kirana Dymock on the bench.

 2 min  0-6
 9 min  0-10
16 min  0-14
19 min  0-20
24 min  0-26
30 min  4-26
36 min  4-32
46 min  4-36
48 min  4-42
52 min  8-42
56 min  8-48
58 min  8-54

Murray, Kelly tries
no goals

Final Line Up -
                              T  G/A  FG

 2 - Murray, Bryanna          1  -     - (c)
 3 - Allchin, Tatum           -  -     -
 4 - Hampson, Shae            -  -     -
 5 - Willoughby, Raquel       -  -     -
23 - Stojanovska, Annabel     -  -     -
 9 - Scott, Madison           -  -     -
25 - Kelly, Lashawanda        1  -     -
17 - Hiroti, Amohia           -  -     -
18 - Curtin, Maddison         -  -     -

 1 - Dymock, Kobe             -  -     -
 6 - Dymock, Kiarna           -  -     -
 7 - Taukamo, Lavina          -  -     -
12 - Folau, Tasilina          -  -     -
22 - Tuckwell, Romy           -  -     -
24 - Kilgannon, Yoong Ling    -  -     -

                              2  -     -

Other U18 9s Women's Matches

40-38 Leic (1v4) Cronulla   b Newcastle
33-32 Camp (3v2) Wests-Tig  b Illawarra
52-14 Leic (5v8) Penrith    b Syd RIA


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