2018 NRL Premiership - Round 14

South Sydney v Gold Coast

Robina Stadium

Fri Jun 8, 7:50pm

Selected Round 14 Teams

CyberView from the Hill - Last Week

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Late Changes

Inglis, Gagai have been rested after Origin duties and Britt have been trimmed 24h before the match. Cook, Crichton and Hiroti were 18th, 19th and 20th men.

WIN 18-16

South Sydney made hard work of their sixth successive victory, and their second without their State of Origin stars, but came way from Cbus Super Stadium with an 18-16 win against the Titans to remain safely in third position on the ladder. At one stage the Titans had conceded 12 penalties to Souths' three, had lively back-rower Keegan Hipgrave in the sin-bin twice, and put themselves on the back foot with errors. But the Rabbitohs were not safe until the final whistle and could blame themselves for that after dominating most of the first half. Souths completed at just 64 per cent [28 from 44 sets with the ball] with Sam Burgess as guilty as anyone, with four clear drops of the ball in possession. The victory makes it six straight for Souths on the Gold Coast, where the Titans have not beaten them since 2009. Gold Coast could not be blamed for lack of effort, with Queensland prop Jarrod Wallace more than making up for his poor performance on Wednesday night with 168 metres, the most of any forward on the field. However it was Ryan James who was the best forward of the match. He scored two tries, made 46 tackles and 163 metres from 20 runs, showing NSW coach Brad Fittler he is ready for Origin should any of the game one forwards strike injury. Souths should have led clearly at half-time after dominating possession and having the most scoring opportunities. But they had two tries disallowed and fell into errors late in the half that had marred the Titans' first 30 minutes. Gold Coast had had just 37 per cent of possession after 25 minutes because of a rush of penalties [seven in the first half] and handling errors and were down to 12 men after Hipgrave was binned for offside near the try line - deemed a professional foul. The Titans were certainly brave in defeat. They spent almost all the second half with a two-man interchange due to injuries to props Max King and Moeaki Fotuaika and spent 20 minutes without Keegan in the sin bin. Titans had the best possible start, with a try to Phil Sami in the fifth minute from an Ash Taylor kick that went clear through the hands of Rabbitohs winger Campbell Graham. They should have been further ahead four minutes later when a neat grubber from Alexander Brimson saw only Dale Copley and Keegan Hipgrave following the ball. But they got in each other's way trying to ground it and Copley knocked on. From that point, South dominated for most of the remainder of the first session. Sam Burgess crossed in Souths' next set only for a try to be called back because his brother George collided with Jarrod Wallace as he ran a decoy. However, they converted their next opportunity when Brimson came in and left Copley stranded, allowing Adam Doueihi to cross on the right edge. Adam Reynolds converted to give Souths a 6-4 lead after 13 minutes. Robbie Farah went over from dummy half after back-to-back penalties but dropped the ball, only for Hipgrave to be sin-binned, when referee Grant Atkins lost patience with the continual misdemeanors by the home side. Gold Coast junior product Cody Walker crossed on the left after playing with Titans right centre Brenko Lee who held off him. The score was 10-4 after 18 minutes but Souths had crossed the line four times, with two tries disallowed. The Titans were back in the game nine minutes before the break when skipper James charged over from 10 metres close to the ruck, with Michael Gordon converting for 10-all. Yet Souths were far more dominant in the first session. The Titans' errors continued in the second half. Reynolds kicked a penalty goal two minutes and two minutes later Hipgrave was binned for a second time in the match for a strip, the fourth penalty conceded by Gold Coast in the first four minutes of the half. Alex Johnston made them pay when he scored after a passing rush to the right in the 47th minute and Reynold's conversion made it 18-10. Sami was centimetres close to scoring his second soon after, again from a Taylor kick, but his right hand touched the dead-ball line before he grounded the ball with the other hand. James crossed for his second try from close range in the 61st minute to put Gold Coast within two points after Gordon's conversion. But with a quarter of the game remaining, they could not close the gap.

 4 min  0-4
11 min  6-4
17 min 10-4
31 min 10-10
42 min 12-10
47 min 18-10
60 min 18-16

Doueihi, Walker, A.Johnston tries
Reynolds 3 from 4 goals

Crowd       11,833
Referee     G.Atkins/P.Henderson

Penalities   12-4
Scrums       11-12

Final Line Up
                                 Min Tac Pe MT LB  Rn  DR    m Er OL   K TA  T  G/A  FG
Flbk -  1 - Johnston, Alex        80   6  -  1  1   9   -  110  2  -   -  1  1  -     - 
LWng -  5 - Jennings, Robert      80   4  -  -  -  12   -  112  2  -   -  -  -  -     - 
LCtr - 19 - Hunt, Hymel           80  12  -  1  -  11   -  116  1  -   -  -  -  -     - 
RCtr - 14 - Doueihi, Adam         80  20  -  2  1   4   1   55  1  1   -  -  1  -     - 
RWng -  2 - Graham, Campbell      80  12  1  -  1  12   -   92  1  1   -  1  -  -     - 
5/8  -  6 - Walker, Cody          80  21  1  1  1   5   -   37  1  -   1  -  1  -     - 
Half -  7 - Reynolds, Adam        80  25  -  1  -   5   1   31  1  -   6  -  -  3/4   - 
Prop -  8 - Burgess, Tom          39  23  -  2  -   8   -   71  -  -   -  -  -  -     - 
Hook - 18 - Farah, Robbie         80  48  1  1  1   4   3   53  -  -   1  -  -  -     - 
Prop - 10 - Burgess, George       48  21  1  2  -  13   -  132  2  -   -  -  -  -     - 
SRow - 11 - Sutton, John          80  33  -  -  -  13   -  118  -  -   -  -  -  -     - 
SRow - 13 - Burgess, Sam          80  31  -  3  -  21   -  161  4  2   -  -  -  -     - (c)
Lock - 15 - Murray, Cameron       59  35  -  1  -  11   -   81  -  -   -  -  -  -     - 

Int  - 16 - Clark, Jason          27  15  -  1  -   6   -   50  1  -   -  -  -  -     - 
Int  - 17 - Tatola, Junior        28  12  -  2  -   3   -   29  -  -   -  -  -  -     - 
Int  - 20 - Nicholls, Mark        39  18  -  1  -   7   -   54  -  -   -  -  -  -     - 
Int  - 21 - Fuimaono, Tyrell       -   -  -  -  -   -   -    -  -  -   -  -  -  -     - 

                                     336  4 19  5         1310 16  4   8  2  3  3/4   -

Completion Rate      - 28 / 44  64%

Opposition Offloads  - 10

Effective 1st Tackles

 0 min  11m KO
 2 min  64m GC Err SCR / SS Err(AJohnston) SCR 14m / SS P(Graham) / (GC TRY)
 5 min  17m KO
 7 min  86m SS Err(AJohnston) SCR / (GC NO TRY)
 9 min  38m GC Err / P SS NO TRY 0m SS P(GBurgess)
11 min   0m GC Err P / TRY
14 min  10m P / P / SS Err(AJohnston)
16 min   0m GC Err SCR / P / SS NO TRY SS Err(Farah) P-10SB / TRY
19 min  13m Reynolds kick
21 min  16m GC Err SCR / SS Err(SBurgess) SCR
23 min  13m SCR / Walker kick
25 min  66m SS Err(Jennings) SCR
27 min  15m Reynolds kick
29 min  92m SS Err(Hunt) SCR 44m / SS P(Walker) 92m / (GC TRY)
32 min  14m KO
34 min  18m Reynolds kick COF
36 min  30m P / SS Err(GBurgess)
38 min  54m SS Err(SBurgess) SCR
39 min  69m GC Err SCR / SS Err(SBurgess) SCR

half time

42 min   0m P / P GOAL
45 min  32m P-10SB / SS Err(Doueihi) SCR
47 min   0m GC Err / TRY
49 min  88m SS Err(GBurgess) SCR
51 min  72m DO / (GC NO TRY)
54 min  30m GC-6TG SCR / P / SS Err(Walker)
55 min  18m Reynolds kick COF
57 min  79m SS Err(Jennings)
59 min  95m SS Err(Reynolds) SCR / (GC TRY)
61 min  16m KO
63 min  13m Farah kick
66 min  74m GC Err / P / SS Err(Clark) SCR 11m / SS P(Farah)
68 min  72m DO
72 min  81m GC Err SCR / GC-6TG SCR / SS Err(SBurgess) SCR 65m / SS-6TG(Graham)
74 min  25m SCR / Reynolds kick COF
76 min  28m GC Err / Reynolds kick
78 min  12m GC Err SCR / SS Err(AJohnston)
            GC Err SCR

Average effective 1st tackle location
- 39.8m - for the whole match

- 35.0m - 1st half  
- 44.9m - 2nd half  

Other FG Matches

23-22 Bruc Penrith    b Canberra
34-14 Brok Warriors   b Manly
18-16 NISC Syd Rstrs  b Newcastle
20-14 Darw Parramatta b Nth Qld
24-16 Ende Cronulla   b Wests-Tig
32-16 MRSt Melbourne  b Brisbane
18-16 StAu St Geo-Ill b Canterbury
      
               W D  L B Diff PT
ST GEO-ILL    10 -  3 1 +111 22
PENRITH       10 -  3 1 +110 22
SOUTHS        10 -  4 - +103 20
WARRIORS       9 -  4 1  +18 20
MELBOURNE      8 -  5 1  +92 18
SYD ROOSTERS   9 -  5 -  +70 18
CRONULLA       9 -  5 -  +31 18
BRISBANE       7 -  6 1  -48 16
Wests-Tigers   7 -  7 -   +1 14
Canberra       5 -  8 1    - 12
Newcastle      6 -  8 - -108 12
Gold Coast     4 -  9 1 -111 10
Manly          4 - 10 -  -40  8
Nth Qld        4 - 10 -  -54  8
Canterbury     3 - 10 1  -57  8
Parramatta     3 - 11 - -118  6
      

Judiciary News

South Sydney Rabbitohs forward Jason Clark has been charged by the MRC with a Grade 1 dangerous contact charge for his tackle in the 59th minute on halfback Ash Taylor receiving a base penalty rate of 100 points. Clark has no prior similar or non-similar offences. Clark has taken option to take the early guilty plea results in a 75 point charge. Clark will miss no game time as a result of the charge.

Reserve Grade - Intrust Super NSW Premiership - Round 14

v Canterbury-Bankstown, North Sydney Oval, Sat Jun 9 1:00pm

LOSS 10-20

Late Changes - Arthars, Freebairn are out. Butler starts centre, Fuimaono second row and Bailey on the bench. The Bulldogs have muscled their way to a gutsy 20-12 victory over the North Sydney Bears in a scrappy encounter at North Sydney Oval on Saturday afternoon. On the back of a barnstorming Rhyse Martin and spirited performance from Josh Bergamin, the Bulldogs were able to hold off a fast-finishing Bears outfit thanks to some committed defensive efforts in the closing stages. Both sides were guilty of ill-discipline with the ball-in-hand with some costly mistakes in the opening half, but the Bulldogs ensured they would go into the break with a slight advantage after a Martin try just moments before the half-time whistle. The Bears came out with a point to prove in the second-half but a scintillating individual effort from Bronson Garlick halted their momentum and ensured the Bulldogs would come away with two valuable competition points. Smith gave the Bulldogs a perfect start after he pounced on a loose Dean Hawkins pass before running 50 metres down the left-hand touchline to take an early lead after 10 minutes. Both sides were looking to take advantage of some valuable field position with some threatening attacking raids, but more handling errors ruined their chances with the Bulldogs holding onto their slender six-point advantage after 25 minutes. Just moments later, a determined effort from Connor Tracey saw the elusive five-eighth break through some poor defensive efforts to get the Bears back into the contest after a scrappy opening stanza. Hawkins converted to level the scores at 6-all after 30 minutes. A strong carry off a 20-metre restart from Josh Bergamin quickly shifted momentum after the Bulldogs were heavily on the back-foot, before a deft grubber from Lachlan Lewis saw Rhyse Martin snatch the lead with just five minutes remaining in the first-half. Martin converted his own try as the Bulldogs took a handy 12-6 lead at the break. An energetic start from the Bears saw them dominate the middle-third in the early exchanges, but a penalty-goal from Martin gave the Dogs an eight-point buffer after 50 minutes. The Bears threatened to hit-back with repeated sets on the Bulldogs goal-line but were unable to capitalise as the Bulldogs defence held strong. Garlick had an immediate impact off the bench when he burst onto a Martin offload on the halfway line before evading the fullback and clutching Bears defenders to cross for crucial four-pointer with just 20-minutes remaining. The Bears had a glimmer of hope when Mawene Hiroti crossed just five minutes later after he darted through some flimsy defence to reduce the deficit to just ten points. The Bulldogs looked to have put the result beyond doubt with Tuipulotu Katoa crossing in the right-hand corner in the closing stages only to be denied by a forward pass. Martin had a chance to add another two-points to their tally right on full-time, but he was unsuccessful as the Bulldogs claimed a hard-fought 20-12 victory.

12 min  0-6
29 min  6-6
34 min  6-12
48 min  6-14
57 min  6-20
64 min 10-20

Tracey, Hiroti tries
Hawkins 1 from 1, Hiroti 0 from 1 goals

Penalties  10-10
Scrums      6-6

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

Flbk -  1 - Kaveinga, Villami     62   3  -  2  -  15   -  142  -  1   -  -  -  -     - 
LWng -  5 - Johnston, Curtis      80   5  -  2  -   9   1  100  2  1   -  -  -  -     - 
LCtr -  3 - Hiroti, Mawene        80  14  -  5  1  14   -  138  -  1   -  -  1  -/1   - 
RCtr - 12 - Butler, Tarquinn      73  18  -  -  -  13   5  117  1  -   -  -  -  -     - 
RWng -  2 - Reweti, Jalen         80   5  -  -  -   9   1   73  1  -   -  -  -  -     - 
5/8  -  6 - Tracey, Connor        80  23  1  -  1  18   1  144  1  -   6  -  1  -     - 
Half -  7 - Hawkins, Dean         66  24  1  3  -   -   -    -  2  -  11  -  -  1/1   - 
Prop -  8 - Johnstone, Sam        44  25  1  1  -   7   -   61  -  1   -  -  -  -     - 
Hook -  9 - Brittian, Billy       80  47  1  1  -  12   9   94  -  2   3  -  -  -     - (c)
Prop - 10 - Kennedy, Rhys         58  32  3  2  -  14   -  125  -  1   -  -  -  -     - 
SRow - 11 - Britt, Dean           80  27  2  1  -  16   -  146  1  -   -  -  -  -     - 
SRow - 19 - Fuimaono, Tyrell      80  33  1  2  -  12   3   86  1  3   -  1  -  -     - 
Lock - 13 - Rodwell, Ky           68  42  -  3  -  14   -  111  -  -   -  -  -  -     - 

Int  - 15 - Williams, Jackson     25  13  -  1  -   5   -   32  -  -   1  -  -  -     - 
Int  - 16 - Leuluai, Vincent      29  16  -  1  -   6   -   53  -  -   -  -  -  -     - 
Int  - 17 - Koloamatangi, Keaon   30   8  -  1  -   6   -   58  -  -   -  -  -  -     - 
Int  - 18 - Bailey, Max           18   8  -  -  -   1   -    7  -  -   -  -  -  -     - 

                                     343 10 25  2         1495  9 10  21  1  2  1/2   -

Completion Rate      - 29 / 39  74%

Opposition Offloads  - 9

Effective 1st Tackles

 0 min  20m KO
 1 min  95m Hawkin kick 18m / NS P(Fuimaono) 84m / NS P(Brittian)
 4 min  50m CB Err SCR / Hawkins kick COF 16m / NS P(Tracey)
 8 min  44m CB Err SCR / NS Err(Britt) SCR
 9 min   8m CB Err / Tracey kick
11 min  15m P / NS Err(Fuimaono) SCR
12 min 100m P / NS Err(Hawkins) (CB TRY)
15 min  16m KO
17 min  23m Hawkins kick
18 min  11m Tracey kick
20 min  81m NS Err(Hawkins) SCR
21 min  14m CB Err / Hawkins kick
25 min  72m P / P / NS P(Leuluai)
27 min  71m DO
29 min   0m TRY
31 min  11m Tracey kick CJohnston kick
33 min  51m Hawkins kick COFIG / (CB TRY)
37 min  14m KO
38 min  21m Hawkins kick COF
39 min  20m P / Walker kick

half time

41 min  14m Brittian kick SCR
43 min  10m Tracey kick COF
44 min 100m CB Err/ Brittian kick 6m / NS P(Britt) 52m / NS P(Hawkins) (CB GOAL)
48 min  30m KO
50 min  18m Hawkins kick
53 min   1m CB Err SCR / Brittian kick
55 min   6m CB Err SCR / P / Hawkins kick COF
56 min  30m NS Err(Hawkins) / (CB TRY)
60 min  22m KO
61 min  28m Hawkins kick
62 min  26m CB Err SCR / Tracey kick NS Err(CJohnston)
64 min   0m CB Err SCR / TRY
68 min  19m NS Err(Fuimaono) SCR
70 min  10m Tracey kick SCR
71 min  86m NS Err(Butler) SCR
74 min  62m CB Err SCR / P / P / Tracey kick NS Err(CJohnston) 30m / NS P(Williams)
78 min 100m CB Err / P / Hawkins kick 5m NS P(Kennedy) 36m / NS P(Johnstone) (CB NO GOAL)

Average effective 1st tackle location
- 36.9m - for the whole match

- 39.3m - 1st half  
- 34.0m - 2nd half  

Other Reserve Grade - NSW Intrust Premiership Matches

26-18 Leic Wests      b Blacktown
28-6  NISC Wyong      b Newcastle
22-12 Ring St Geo-Ill b Wntwrthvll
      
                W D  L B Diff PT
MT PRITCHARD    8 -  4 2 +118 20
PENRITH         7 1  4 2  +86 19
WESTS           8 -  5 1  +84 18
ST GEO-ILL      9 -  5 -  +61 18
NEWTOWN         7 1  5 1  +96 17
CANTERBURY      7 -  6 1  +40 16
WARRIORS        7 -  6 1  +28 16
BLACKTOWN       5 1  6 2  -14 15
Wentworthville  5 -  8 1  -91 12
Wyong           5 2  7 - -103 12
Norths          4 1  8 1  -61 11
Newcastle       2 2 10 - -224  6

U20 NSW Jersey Flegg Cup - Round 12

v Canterbury-Bankstown, North Sydney Oval, Sat Jun 9 11;15am

POSTPONED

The game has been postponed after the recent heavy rains



Other U20 - NSW Jersey Flegg Matches

32-12 NHbr Mt Prtchrd b Warriors
26-21 Leic Wests-Tig  b Manly
36-26 NISC Newcastle  b Syd Rstrs
42-6  Ring Parramatta b Cronulla
BYE        St Geo-Ill
BYE        Penrith

               W D  L B Diff PT
NEWCASTLE     10 -  2 - +148 20
PENRITH        9 -  2 1  +86 20
CRONULLA       8 2  1 1  +32 20
PARRAMATTA     7 -  5 - +104 14
MT PRITCHARD   7 -  5 -   -2 14
SYD ROOSTERS   6 1  5 -  +12 13
ST GEO-ILL     4 1  6 1  -26 11
CANTERBURY     4 -  6 1  +58 10 **
Norths         4 -  7 -  -43  8 **
Manly          4 -  8 - -105  8
Warriors       3 -  9 -  -81  6
Wests-Tigers   1 - 11 - -183  2

** - Postponed

NSWRL Women's Premiership - Round 10

v Newcastle, Morry Breen Oval, Kanwal, Sat Jun 9 2:30pm

LOSS 4-24

Late Changes - Davis-Welsh, Simon, O'Mealey, Riley, Grimes and Cladwell are out. Doyle starts fullback, Ianeta Baker wing, Taupau five-eighth, Mikayla Baker hooker, Kershaw prop, Waters second row, Murray and Tallon added to the bench. South Sydney have rested six of the Womens Championship reprsentative stars. The South Sydney Rabbitohs women's team undefeated run has come to an end going down to CRL Newcastle 24-4 at Morry Breen Oval. With key players missing due to injury the Rabbitohs fielded a new formation of players, who showed incredible versatility and courage to adapt at a late stage. Right from the outset Newcastle had something to prove running hard and direct but it was the Rabbitohs who got on the board first. A big run from forward Kimbaley Kershaw set the Red and the Green up in good attacking position, allowing halfback Maddie Studdon to find Mary Taupau with a pinpoint kick the following tackle. Studdon couldn't convert the conversion leaving the Rabbitohs with a 4-0 lead after 5 minutes. However, Newcastle responded with intent, equalising through Hannah Southwell, who scored in the corner. Halfback Melanie Howard was unsuccessful with her conversion from out wide making it 4-4 in the seventh minute of the match. Newcastle would then amp up the pressure and were soon in again through centre Jayne Fressard, who was too strong and too powerful close to the line, extending her sides' lead out to 8-4. The Rabbitohs tried their hearts out to get themselves back into the match but some poor errors in key moments let them down and they were soon punished for it. Newcastle back-rower Caitlan Johnson barged over after a run from the car park to give Newcastle a 12-4 lead going into half-time. Coming out in the second half the Rabbitohs started with a new intent lead by Studdon and forward Grace Uluiburuto. However the Rabbitohs couldn't find the break they were after and Newcastle struck off the back of a couple of penalties. Southwell went in for her second off the back of a sweeping backline move by Newcastle. Howard nailed the conversion giving Newcastle a strong 18-4 lead. The remained of the match turned into an arm wrestle as the Red and Green pushed Newcastle right to the death. Despite continuously moving up the field through strong running, ball handling let the Red and Green down when they needed it most. Newcastle would wrap up the match with a converted try from Howard, who dummied her way through the Rabbitohs line to score under the posts.

 4 min  4-0
 7 min  4-4
17 min  4-8
21 min  4-12
44 min  4-18
51 min  4-24

Taupau tries
Studdon 0 from 1 goals

Final Line Up -
                                     T  G/A  FG

Flbk - 18 - Doyle, Kari              -  -     -
Wing - 16 - Baker, Ianeta            -  -     -
Cntr -  3 - Gillogly, Emma           -  -     -
Cntr -  4 - Nean, Kyara              -  -     -
Wing -  5 - Lamb, Rikka              -  -     -
5/8  - 20 - Taupau, Mary             1  -     -
Half -  7 - Studdon, Maddison        -  -/1   - (c)
Prop -  8 - Welsh, Kowana            -  -     -
Hook - 31 - Baker, Mikayla           -  -     -
Prop - 17 - Kershaw, Kimberley       -  -     -
SRow - 15 - Waters, Meleanna         -  -     -
SRow - 12 - Vunakece, Eloise         -  -     -
Lock - 13 - Wilson, Nikitah          -  -     -

Int  - 14 - Uluiburotu, Grace        -  -     -
Int  - 19 - Johnson, Narikah         -  -     -
Int  - 21 - Murray, Bryanna          -  -     -
Int  - 22 - Tallon, Courtney         -  -     -

                                     1  -/1   -

Other Women's NSW Premiership Matches

 6-4  NSO2 Norths     b Mt Prtchrd (Relocated from NSO due to weather)
28-22 Hick Penrith-Br b Cronulla-C
BYE        Cabramatta
BYE        Canterbury
BYE        Wntwrthvll
     
                W D  L B Diff PT
SOUTHS          7 1  1 1 +230 17
MT PRITCHARD    7 -  2 1 +178 16
CABRAMATTA      5 -  3 2  +78 14
PENRITH-BRO     4 2  3 1  +26 12
NEWCASTLE       5 -  4 1  +26 12
Cronulla-C      4 -  5 1  +46 10
Canterbury      3 -  5 2  +10 10
Norths          2 1  6 1  -52  7
Wentworthville  - -  8 2 -540  4


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