2018 NRL Premiership - Round 17

South Sydney v Bye

Jul 5-8

Selected Round 17 Teams

CyberView from the Hill - Last Week

CyberView from the Hill - This Week

BYE


Other FG Matches

52-30 MRSt Melbourne  b St Geo-Ill
36-4  Penr Penrith    b Warriors
32-28 Belm Canberra   b Canterbury
34-0  Lang Brisbane   b Gold Coast
BYE        Parramatta
BYE        Cronulla
BYE        Syd Rstrs
BYE        Manly
BYE        Newcastle
BYE        Wests-Tig
BYE        Nth Qld
            
               W D  L B Diff PT
SOUTHS        12 -  4 1 +122 26
ST GEO-ILL    12 -  4 1 +117 26
MELBOURNE     11 -  5 1 +133 24
PENRITH       11 -  5 1 +108 24
SYD ROOSTERS  10 -  6 1  +95 22
CRONULLA      10 -  6 1  +30 22
BRISBANE      10 -  6 1   -6 22
WARRIORS      10 -  6 1  -10 22
Canberra       7 -  9 1  +36 16
Wests-Tigers   7 -  9 1  -53 16
Gold Coast     6 - 10 1 -107 14
Newcastle      6 - 10 1 -146 14
Manly          5 - 11 1  -58 12
Nth Qld        4 - 12 1  -62 10
Canterbury     4 - 12 1  -63 10
Parramatta     3 - 13 1 -138  8
      

Reserve Grade - Intrust Super NSW Premiership - Round 17

v Blacktown, HE Laybutt Field, Sun Jul 8 3:00pm

LOSS 0-32

Late Changes - Kavelinga is out. Hiroti starts fullback, Burns centre The Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles have sent an ominous warning to the Intrust Super Premiership NSW competition, trouncing the North Sydney Bears 32-0 at HE Laybutt Field. Up against a Bears side coming off a big win, the Sea Eagles raced to a 20-0 lead at half-time in what was a clinical performance. Their monstrous forward pack punched holes through the middle all game, providing the backs room to move and excite. Halfback Cade Cust was fantastic, while fullback Jade Anderson and five-eighth Tom Wright also impressed. The result lifts Blacktown into seventh position on 19 points. It also severely dents North Sydney’s finals aspirations, leaving them five points adrift of the top eight in second-last place. The Bears started physically, running and tackling with vigour as they threw down the gauntlet to Blacktown. However, the home side was up for the challenge and withstood the early ambush. After defending for most of the opening minutes, the Sea Eagles scored with their first attacking opportunity. Wright flew onto a well-placed grubber from Cust, juggling the ball before grounding it safely in the in-goal. Hooker Joey Lussick converted to put his side ahead by six. Blacktown received a shot of energy from the try, bustling upfield through clever second-phase play. Heavy defence then caused a Bears error, and the Sea Eagles were soon awarded a penalty next to the posts. They didn’t hesitate to edge further in front via the boot of Lussick. More points came moments later from a brilliant individual effort by Blacktown’s Anderson. The custodian skipped to the outside down the right edge around 25 metres out and burned multiple Bears defenders on his way to the line. Kicking with a stiff wind blowing across him, Lussick was unable to add the extras. Nothing was going right for the Bears, and it would only get worse. They spilled a high bomb and the Sea Eagles swooped on the loose ball deep in offensive territory. A play later, Lussick darted across for a try from dummy-half. He converted his own four-pointer to make the score 18-0. Yet another knock-on from the Bears coming out of their own end gifted Blacktown possession. A penalty goal in the ensuing set allowed the Sea Eagles two more points, and they would take an imposing 20-0 advantage into half-time. Blacktown drove a stake into the Bears’ hearts when they claimed a fourth try early in the second stanza through workhorse lock Tom Amone. Lussick converted once again. Sea Eagles prop Toafofoa Sipley was sin-binned for a professional foul in the 53rd minute, but North Sydney still couldn’t find a way to get on the scoreboard in his absence. Sipley made an immediate impact when he returned to the field, continuing his rich try-scoring run when he crashed over next to the uprights. Lussick had no issues with the conversion and extended Blacktown’s buffer to 32. North Sydney tried hard in the dying stages but wasn’t able to avoid an embarrassing shutout at the hands of Blacktown.

12 min  0-6
18 min  0-8
22 min  0-12
25 min  0-18
31 min  0-20
42 min  0-26
64 min  0-32

no tries
no goals

Penalties  10-9

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

Flbk -  3 - Hiroti, Mawene        80  10  -  2  -   7   -   52  4  -   1  -  -  -     - 
LWng -  5 - Johnston, Curtis      80   5  1  1  -  10   2   92  1  -   -  -  -  -     - 
LCtr -  4 - Doueihi, Adam         80   8  -  5  -   6   -   56  -  1   1  -  -  -     - 
RCtr - 19 - Burns, Braidon        80  14  1  2  -  10   2  113  2  1   1  -  -  -     - 
RWng -  2 - Sabutey, Sean         80   4  1  -  -   4   -   30  1  -   -  -  -  -     - 
5/8  -  6 - Tracey, Connor        80  14  1  1  -  12   1   82  -  -   1  -  -  -     - 
Half -  7 - Hawkins, Dean         80  22  -  2  -   6   -   39  1  -   7  -  -  -     - 
Prop -  8 - Nicholls, Mark        47  29  1  2  -  10   -  105  -  1   -  -  -  -     - 
Hook -  9 - Brittain, Billy       53  26  -  5  -  10   2   48  1  1   -  -  -  -     - (c)
Prop - 10 - Kennedy, Rhys         51  30  1  2  -   8   -   78  -  2   -  -  -  -     - 
SRow - 11 - Britt, Dean           80  29  2  3  -  10   -   95  1  -   -  -  -  -     - 
SRow - 12 - Fuimaono, Tyrell      35  14  -  3  -   5   -   34  -  -   -  -  -  -     - 
Lock - 13 - Turner, Kyle          44  25  -  1  -   8   -   77  -  -   -  -  -  -     - 

Int  - 14 - Leuluai, Vincent      42  25  -  1  -   6   -   56  -  -   -  -  -  -     - 
Int  - 15 - Koloamatangi, Keaon   27  13  1  2  -   4   -   33  -  -   -  -  -  -     - 
Int  - 16 - McIlwrick, Matt       56  33  -  2  -   -   -    -  1  -   -  -  -  -     - 
Int  - 17 - Butler, Tarquinn      45  15  -  2  -   6   -   70  -  -   -  -  -  -     - 

                                     316  9 36  -         1068 12  6  11  -  -  -     -

Completion Rate      - 20 / 33  61%

Opposition Offloads  - 15

Other Reserve Grade - NSW Intrust Premiership Matches

30-22 NHbr Wntwrthvll b Warriors
24-14 Penr Penrith    b St Geo-Ill
28-10 Hens Newtown    b Newcastle
28-10 Belm Canterbury b Mt Prtchrd
BYE        Wests
BYE        Wyong
      
                W D  L B Diff PT
PENRITH        10 1  4 2 +108 25
MT PRITCHARD    9 -  6 2 +102 22
WESTS           9 -  6 2  +82 22
NEWTOWN         9 1  6 1 +134 21
ST GEO-ILL     10 -  7 -  +47 20
WARRIORS        9 -  7 1  +28 20
BLACKTOWN       7 1  7 2  +16 19
CANTERBURY      8 -  8 1  +32 18
Wyong           6 2  8 1 -103 16
Wentworthville  6 - 10 1 -131 14
Norths          5 1 10 1  -73 13
Newcastle       3 2 12 - -270  8

U20 NSW Jersey Flegg Cup - Round 14

v Sydney Roosters, North Sydney Oval, Sat Jul 8 9:00am

LOSS 18-34

Late Changes - Kurnoth and Casson were out. Abou-Gaida starts on the wing, Taafe five-eighth, Hayman lock. Soloa on the bench.

10 min  0-4
13 min  0-8
19 min  0-14
24 min  6-14
30 min 12-14
33 min 18-14
49 min 18-20
53 min 18-24
70 min 18-30
74 min 18-34

Arthars, Taafe, Abou-Ghanda tries
Hayman 3 from 3 goals

Final Line Up -
                                 Min  T  G/A  FG

Flbk -  1 - Arthars, Jesse        70  1  -     - 
LWng - 18 - Abou-Gaida, Ethan     70  1  -     - 
LCtr -  4 - Tago, Jake            28  -  -     - 
RCtr -  3 - Mougios, Nic          70  -  -     - 
RWng -  2 - Mitsias, Johnny       70  -  -     - 
5/8  -  5 - Taafe, Blake          70  1  -     - 
Half -  7 - Preece, Kurtis        70  -  -     -
Prop -  8 - O'Brien, Kell         43  -  -     - 
Hook -  9 - Cook, Josh            59  -  -     - (c)
Prop - 10 - Lilomaiava, Samuel    35  -  -     - 
SRow - 11 - Whittaker, Lennox     70  -  -     -
SRow - 12 - Chan-Foon, Maila      70  -  -     -
Lock -  6 - Hayman, Kieran        38  -  3/3   - 

Int  - 15 - O'Meley, Jake         39  -  -     - 
Int  - 16 - Frain, Justin         52  -  -     - 
Int  - 17 - Griffin, Jayden       53  -  -     - 
Int  - 21 - Soloa, Jubilee        23  -  -     - 

                                      3  3/3   - 

Other U20 - NSW Jersey Flegg Matches

18-10 NHbr Parramatta b Warriors
24-6  Penr St Geo-Ill b Penrith
24-18 Hens Newcastle  b Cronulla
26-6  Belm Mt Prtchrd b Canterbury
44-6  Layb Manly      b Wests-Tig

               W D  L B Diff PT
NEWCASTLE     12 -  2 - +202 24
PENRITH       10 -  3 1  +70 22
CRONULLA       8 2  3 1  +16 20
MT PRITCHARD   9 -  5 -  +28 18
SYD ROOSTERS   8 1  5 -  +54 17
PARRAMATTA     8 -  6 -  +86 16
ST GEO-ILL     6 1  6 1  +12 15
CANTERBURY     5 -  8 1  +60 12
Manly          5 -  9 -  -87 10
Norths         4 - 10 - -109  8
Warriors       4 - 10 - -137  6
Wests-Tigers   2 - 12 - -195  4

NSWRL Women's Premiership - Round 13

v Cabramatta, Redfern Oval, Sun Jul 8 4:00pm

WIN 28-14

Late Changes - Grimes, Johnson and Ianeta Baker were out. Moale added to the bench. The South Sydney Rabbitohs women's team has moved within one game of being crowned minor premiers of the Harvey Norman NSW Women's Premiership, with a strong 28-14 win over Cabramatta at Redfern Oval. After a difficult month of June, the Red and Green bounced back with a dominant display, which saw captain Lavina O'Mealey and winger Taleena Simon grab doubles. Starting off with a bang both sides were up for the contest with strong hard running setting the tone for the match. However, it didn't take long for the Rabbitohs to fire, with leading try scorer Simon producing a spectacular long-range effort that she has become famous for in Red and Green colours in 2018. Receiving a long pass from half O'Mealey 20 metres out from her own line, Simon showed her raw pace as she burnt the Cabramatta defence out wide before cutting back in-field to race away and score under the posts. Halfback Maddie Studdon had an easy job from right in front to put her side 6-0 ahead after five minutes. The Rabbitohs then slotted into fifth gear reminding everyone of their class and composure. Working their way downfield comfortably through strong runs from forwards Chloe Caldwell, Grace Uluiburuto and Kimbaley Kershaw, the Rabbitohs set themselves up for their next four points. Swinging the ball out to the open side, five-eighth O'Mealey was offered too much room by the defence and the skilful veteran shimmied and dummied her way to the line to score her first of the evening in the 14th minute. Studdon was unsuccessful with her conversion from the touchline but the Rabbitohs still had a 10-0 lead. Just a few minutes later the Cardinal and Myrtle were in again, this time through centre Emma Gillogly. It was an easy job for Gillogly, who only had to catch and put the ball down to score with no defenders in front of her after Studdon's cut out ball split the opposition's defence. The sideline conversion was successful from the halfback, which stretched the lead out to 16-0. Despite the Rabbitohs dominance, the Cabramatta side were still in the contest and their never say die attitude pay dividends, with a late try to Chanel Steiner in the corner. The try set up a unique scoreline at half-time with the Rabbitohs leading 16-4. It didn't take long for the first try to be scored in the second half, with a rejuvenated Cabramatta outfit getting on the board in the 32nd minute through centre Quilaine Papua, who touched down in the corner following a havoc-wrecking kick from number 7 Raecene McGregor. The conversion was again too difficult a challenge for Teina Clark but her side were well and truly back in the match. While it took them a little while to settle into their groove in the second half the Rabbitohs finally clicked into gear in the 42nd minute as O'Mealey grabbed her double. Mirroring her first try with another fleet-footed run to the line, O'Mealey was again too hot to handle for the defence as she put the Rabbitohs back in the drives seat. Studdon easily added the extras to put the Rabbitohs ahead 22-8 The match was then put to bed 11 minutes later as Simon produced another long distance try to take her tally to 19 for the season. Studdon's boot turned four points into six to give the Red and Green a comfortable 28-8 lead. Cabramatta scored one late consolation try through Victoria Latu but it was South Sydney's day as the Rabbitohs got back to winning ways.

 5 min  6-0
14 min 10-0
22 min 16-0
27 min 16-4
32 min 16-8
42 min 22-8
53 min 28-8
57 min 28-14

Simon 2, O'Mealey 2, Gillogly tries
Studdon 4 from 5 goals

Final Line Up -
                                     T  G/A  FG

Flbk -  1 - Davis-Welsh, Nakia       -  -     -
Wing -  2 - Simon, Taleena           2  -     -
Cntr -  3 - Gillogly, Emma           1  -     -
Cntr -  4 - Nean, Kyara              -  -     -
Wing -  5 - McGrady, Sharon          -  -     -
5/8  -  6 - O'Mealey, Lavina         2  -     - (c)
Half -  7 - Studdon, Maddison        -  4/5   -
Prop -  8 - Welsh, Kowana            -  -     -
Hook -  9 - Potter, Jessica          -  -     -
Prop - 11 - Kershaw, Kimberley       -  -     -
SRow - 10 - Caldwell, Chloe          -  -     -
SRow - 12 - Waters, Meleanna         -  -     -
Lock - 13 - Wilson, Nikitah          -  -     -

Int  - 14 - Uluiburotu, Grace        -  -     -
Int  - 15 - Vunakece, Eloise         -  -     -
Int  - 17 - Doyle, Kari              -  -     -
Int  - 19 - Moale, Moniqca           -  -     -

                                     5  4/5   - 

Other Women's NSW Premiership Matches

30-16 Aubr Mt Prtchrd b Penrith-Br
18-16 Belm Cronulla   b Canterbury
42-0  Ring Norths     b Wntwrthvll
BYE        Newcastle
     
                W D  L B Diff PT
SOUTHS          8 2  1 2 +244 22
MT PRITCHARD    8 -  3 2 +178 20
CABRAMATTA      7 -  4 2 +130 18
CRONULLA-C      6 -  5 2  +98 16
NEWCASTLE       6 -  5 2  +36 16
Penrith-Bro     5 2  5 1  +10 14
Canterbury      4 1  6 2  +12 13
Norths          3 1  7 2  -18 11
Wentworthville  - - 11 2 -688  4


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