2019 NRL Premiership - Trial

South Sydney v Riverina

Albury Sports Ground

Sat Feb 16, 6:00pm

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Judiciary News

No one was charged out of the match.

Weekend - Feb 7-9

Reserve Grade - Intrust Super NSW Premiership Trial

v Parramatta / Wentworthville, Ringrose Park, Thu Feb 7 7:00pm

WIN 20-10

Match is being played in four quarters. The South Sydney Rabbitohs Jersey Flegg and ISP sides hit the ground running with victories at Ringrose Park in their first trial of the season. It was the first time in over a decade Members and supporters could see their ISP side in Red and Green, and they made quick work of impressing as they scored the first try of the match after just two minutes. After earning a penalty on the first set the match, winger Dylan O’Connor leapt in the corner to score the opening try from a slick backline move. Halfback Dean Hawkins converting the try from the sideline to give the Red and Green an early 6-nil lead. The Rabbitohs were nearly on the scoresheet again on their next set, with a break on the left-hand side seeing the ball ricocheting off an Eels player, then going to ground on the next play. The match continued to go to and fro through the first quarter, with Souths shutting down multiple attacking raids and gradually easing back into the contest in attack after a handful of errors close to the line, with neither team able to score again in the first quarter. The Eels got off to a good start in the second quarter with a 40/20 kick in their first set, and swung the ball left on the next set to score, but the Rabbitohs held on with the lead as the conversion was missed. But a counter-attack was on shortly after, as a well-timed short ball from five-eigihth Connor Tracey close to the line sent backrower Tarquinn Alatipi-Butler flying through to score. Although Hawkins couldn’t convert, the side still had a valuable six-point advantage. The Eels looked to mount a late comeback, but a perfectly timed strip from new recruit Tom Amone gave the Rabbitohs back possession in attacking territory. Amone continued to add impact with strong running, and with the Rabbitohs back on the attack, a swift set of hands saw O’Connor again score into the corner. Hawkins added the extras for a twelve-point lead. A quick-fire set saw O’Connor’s centre partner Jacob Gagan touch down for a well-deserved try, with the Rabbitohs taking a sixteen-point lead into half-time. In the second half, the blue and gold was replaced with black and white as the Wentworthville Magpies took the field and similarly, a new-look side was fielded for the Rabbitohs, with a majority of the starting side replaced. With two fresh sides on the field, the match turned into a grind as neither team could get over the other - with the only points coming from a Wentworthville try late in the third quarter. Despite fatigue creeping in, the effort and eagerness of the Rabbitohs continued to grow, with a right-hand shift nearly resulting in a try, only for the ball to be taken to ground after the final pass. Similarly, the Magpies began to make inroads only for the final pass to be thrown out. Fullback Lachlan Walmsley continued to poke his head through the line, looking to create opportunities against the tiring defence, but the scores remained with the Rabbitohs taking the victory. ISP head coach Shane Millard was pleased with the victory. “I thought it was a really good first hit-out," he said. “Parra put out a strong side with a number of NRL players, but our boys managed to keep them to six points. “Fitness-wise we were good, effort-wise we were good. Everything we wanted to be good at, we were. At times when we lost the ascendency we hung in there and scored some great tries, and although there was some execution we can probably be better at from my end as a coach I’m very proud of their effort and it was a great start.”

 1 min  6-0
21 min  6-4
26 min 10-4
33 min 16-4
35 min 20-4
58 min 20-10

O'Connor 2, Alatipi-Butler, Gagan tries
Hawkins 2 from 4 goals

Scrums     4-5
Penalties  5-4

Final Line Up -
                                  T  G/A  FG

Flbk -  1 - Walmsley, Lachlan     -  -     -
LWng -  5 - O'Connor, Dylan       2  -     -
LCnt -  3 - Gagan, Jacob          1  -     -
RCnt -  4 - Dennis, Corey         -  -     -
RWng -  2 - Higgins, Leigh        -  -     -
5/8  -  6 - Tracey, Connor        -  -     - (c)
Half -  7 - Hawkins, Dean         -  2/4   -
Prop -  8 - Koloamatangi, Keaon   -  -     -
Hook -  9 - McIllwrick, Matt      -  -     -
Prop - 10 - Rodwell, Ky           -  -     -
SRow - 11 - Alatipi-Butler, T.    1  -     -
SRow - 12 - Johns, Jack           -  -     -
Lock - 13 - Ta'avale, Lucky       -  -     -

Int  - 14 - Davis, Kayan          -  -     -
Int  - 15 - Gordon, Buddy         -  -     -
Int  - 16 - Peoples, Trent        -  -     -
Int  - 17 - Gray, Brock           -  -     -
Int  - 18 - Hills, Lyndon         -  -     -
Int  - 19 - O'Brien, Kell         -  -     -
Int  - 20 - Amone, Tom            -  -     -
Int  - 21 - Tuidraki, Pat         -  -     -
Int  - 22 - Bradford, Joel        -  -     -
Int  - 23 - Gardner, Matt         -  -     -
Int  - 24 - Lueluai, Trey         -  -     -

                                  4  2/4   -

U20 NSW Jersey Flegg Cup - Trial

v Parramatta, 5:00pm

WIN 16-4

The match was played in 4 x 20 minute quarters. Despite the flashiness of their opponents, the Rabbitohs Jersey Flegg side put in a convincing defensive effort to secure a four-tries-to-one victory, with no conversions being taken. Typical of the first hit-out of the year, the early parts of the match were error-riddled, with neither side able to mount any momentum. It was a back and forth for the first quarter, before fullback Lachlan McDonald took charge - streaking 45 metres downfield after cleaning up an attacking grubber kick. On the next play, the ball was spread across, with an overlap on the right seeing second rower Josh Fepuleai break through and score the first points of the match two minutes from the first break. A more determined and confident outfit came out for the second stanza, hunting down the Eels in defence and playing with more fluidity with the ball in hand. A bruising hit off the scrum forced an error, and after a break through the middle of the ruck, a wayward pass saw the Eels make a 60-metre intercept. But again, it was the defence forcing the Eels into making errors, preventing a try with the cover defence and forcing a pass to go out on the full. The Rabbitohs caught the Eels napping five-eighth Marc Zauruni sliced through the defence with a dummy and sidestep to score under the posts, which saw the Rabbitohs go up 8-nil at half-time. In the second half, the young Rabbitohs continued to ask questions of the Eels’ tiring defence, which was most evident when hulking winger Cameron Akauola fell over the line to score on the first play from a scrum. While the Eels finally got on the board three minutes from the second break, the Red and Greens forced an error from the kick-off which led to front-rower Augustine Stowers crashing next to the posts to bring the lead back to twelve. Despite no tries in the final quarter, the Rabbitohs continued to drive the Eels back in defence and punch holes through in attacking, finishing off a fine defensive display. Jersey Flegg head coach Ben Rogers was particularly impressed with his sides' effort in defence. “It was really positive," he said. "Our defence was really good, our goal-line defence especially. We showed a lot of resilience and showed what The Rabbitoh Way is all about. Parramatta came out firing, and I just told the boys at half-time to relax and enjoy themselves. They were a bit nervous as it was the first time a lot of guys had pulled on the Red and Green. It was a physical contest."

18 min  4-0
32 min  8-0
52 min 12-0
57 min 12-4
61 min 16-4

Fepulani, Zaurini, Akauola, Stowers tries
no goals attempted

Scrums     4-6
Penalties  1-6

Final Line Up -
                                  T  G/A  FG

Flbk -  1 - McDonald, Luke        -  -     -
Wing -  2 - Akauola, Cameron      1  -     -
RCnt -  3 - Frasca, Jack          -  -     -
LCnt -  4 - Angianga, Tallis      -  -     -
RWng -  5 - Ong, Myden            -  -     -
5/8  -  6 - Zaurini, Marc         1  -     -
Half -  7 - Gibson, Ezra          -  -     -
Prop -  8 - Puru, Luke            -  -     -
Hook -  9 - Griffen, Jayden       -  -     -
Prop - 10 - Bain, Luke            -  -     -
SRow - 11 - Alipate, Jack         -  -     -
SRow - 12 - Fepuleai, Josh        1  -     -
Lock - 13 - French, Matt          -  -     -

Int  - 14 - Goggins, Michael      -  -     -
Int  - 15 - Allan, Kane           -  -     -
Int  - 16 - Taulafo, Grant        -  -     -
Int  - 17 - Stowers, Augustine    1  -     -
Int  - 18 - Mastroianni, Luke     -  -     -
Int  - 19 - Kalolo, Faamanu       -  -     -

                                  4  -     -

NSWRL U18 SG Ball Cup Round 1

v Western Suburbs, Redfern Oval, Sat Feb 9 11:30am

WIN 32-10

Late Changes - Manumanunitoga was out. Bijorac started wing, Mapapalangi on the bench. The South Sydney Rabbitohs Harold Matthews (16s) and SG Ball (18s) sides have come away with convincing victories over the Western Suburbs Magpies in their first round of the UNE Harold Matthews and the UNE SG Ball competitions. The under 18s second half of the match that produced the points. In was a tight contest in the first half with the scores locked at 6 all. Wests took the 6-10 soon after the break. With one man down, South defended galantly. Then in the 47th minute of the match a peice of individual magic as Souths spread the ball out to wing within our 20m zone. Fullback Logan Aldridge had doubled around to make the extra man play and sprinted down the sideline before pulling off an impressive chip and chase try. He had come from his own end of the field to chip the ball downfield over the fullback, regather and score for his second of the day. A twenty-minute period in the second half saw the side score five unanswered tries, coming from 6-10 down with 12 men to win 32-10. The NSWRL 2019 University of New England sponsored (UNE) U18 SG Ball Cup is played in 35 minute halves.

 9 min  6-0
30 min  6-6
37 min  6-10
47 min 12-10
57 min 18-10
60 min 24-10
68 min 28-10
70 min 32-10

Aldridge 2, Savage, Dodds, Mapapalangi, Meredith tries
Savage 4 from 6 goals

Scrums     8-8
Penalties  8-9

40 min Zampech, Bradley    10SB Backchatting

Final Line Up -
                                   M  T  G/A  FG

Flbk -  1 - Aldridge, Logan       70  2  -     -
LWng -  5 - Meredith, Daylen      70  1  -     -
RCnt -  4 - Malu, Salesi          70  -  -     -
RCnt -  3 - Parnell, Byron        70  -  -     -
RWng -  2 - Bijorac, Zane         62  -  -     - 
5/8  -  6 - Savage, Kaylib        70  1  4/6   -
Half -  7 - Zampech, Bradley      60  -  -     - 
Prop -  8 - Taumoepenu, Tevita    47  -  -     - 
Hook -  9 - Mamouzelos, Peter     70  -  -     - (c)
Prop - 10 - Olsen, Ben            35  -  -     - 
SRow - 11 - Gleeson, Langi        70  -  -     -
SRow - 12 - Dodds, John           70  1  -     -
Lock - 13 - Black, Kye            54  -  -     - 

Int  - 14 - Lloyd, Benjamin       29  -  -     - 
Int  - 16 - Fua, Tioata           26  -  -     - 
Int  - 17 - Mapapalangi, Krystain  8  1  -     - 
Int  - 18 - Shum-Cotrell, Darcy   29  -  -     - 

                                      6  4/6   -

Other U18 Matches

28-26 Masc St George  b Balmain
16-10 Kanw Parramatta b C Coast
42-18 Penr Syd Rstrs  b Penrith
36-4  Ende Illawarra  b Cronulla
28-24 Belm Canterbury b Newcastle
30-18 Casy Manly      b Victoria
64-20 Prth Canberra   b West Coast
     
               W D  L B Diff PT
CANBERRA       1 -  - -  +44  2
ILLAWARRA      1 -  - -  +32  2
SYD RSTRS      1 -  - -  +24  2
SOUTHS         1 -  - -  +22  2
MANLY          1 -  - -  +12  2
PARRAMATTA     1 -  - -   +6  2
CANTERBURY     1 -  - -   +4  2
ST GEORGE      1 -  - -   +2  2
Norths         - -  - 1    -  2
Balmain        - -  1 -   -2  -
Newcastle      - -  1 -   -4  -
C Coast        - -  1 -   -6  -
Victoria       - -  1 -  -12  -
Wests          - -  1 -  -22  -
Penrith        - -  1 -  -24  -
Cronulla       - -  1 -  -32  -
West Coast     - -  1 -  -44  -

NSWRL U16 Matthews Cup Round 1

v Western Suburbs, 10:00am

WIN 36-16

Late Changes - Teaupa dropped off the bench. The Harold Matthews side pulled off a first-half blitz, going up 22-10 at half-time to go on to win 36-16. The under 16s produced a seven-tries to three victory, with centre Faresa Palu scoring the first and last tries of the match, and halfback Joseph Nohra kicking four goals. The NSWRL University of New England sponsored (UNE) U16s Harold Matthews Cup matches in 2019 are 30 minutes each half.

 5 min  6-0
 9 min  6-4
11 min 10-4
19 min 16-4
24 min 22-4
30 min 22-10
32 min 26-10
35 min 32-10
38 min 36-10
50 min 36-16

Palu 2, Suaali, Vesikula, Smirnotis, Ace-Naseteski, Mocevakaca tries
Nohra 4 from 6 goals

Scrums     7-8
Penalties  6-5

Final Line Up -
                                   M  T  G/A  FG

Flbk -  1 - Suaalii, Joseph       60  1  -     - (c)
Wing -  2 - Mocevakaca, Joshua    60  1  -     -
Cntr -  3 - Ace-Nasteski, Luca    60  1  -     -
Cntr -  4 - Palu, Faresa          60  2  -     -
Wing -  5 - Smirnotis, Christian  60  1  -     -
5/8  -  6 - Di Bartolo, Emanuel   60  -  -     -
Half -  7 - Nohra, Joseph         60  -  4/7   -
Prop -  8 - Cottrell, Ame         29  -  -     - 
Hook -  9 - Chum Kan Tong, J.     29  -  -     - 
Prop - 10 - Moale, Davvy          40  -  -     - 
SRow - 11 - Ka, Terrell           60  -  -     -
SRow - 12 - Jang, Braydon         31  -  -     - 
Lock - 13 - Taliai, William       47  -  -     - 

Int  - 15 - Vesikula, Ratu        31  1  -     - 
Int  - 16 - Tuigamala, Izayah     20  -  -     - 
Int  - 17 - Halaholo, Clement     29  -  -     - 
Int  - 22 - Hawe-De-Thierry, D.   44  -  -     - 

                                      7  4/7   -

Other U16 Matches

46-6  Masc Balmain    b St George
20-14 Kanw Parramatta b C Coast
44-16 Penr Penrith    b Syd Rstrs
16-12 Ende Illawarra  b Cronulla
42-6  Belm Newcastle  b Canterbury
28-22 Belc Manly      b Canberra
BYE        Norths
     
               W D  L B Diff PT
BALMAIN        1 -  - -  +40  2
NEWCASTLE      1 -  - -  +36  2
PENRITH        1 -  - -  +28  2
SOUTHS         1 -  - -  +20  2
MANLY          1 -  - -   +6  2
PARRAMATTA     1 -  - -   +6  2
ILLAWARRA      1 -  - -   +4  2
NORTHS         - -  - 1    -  2
Cronulla       - -  1 -   -4  -
C Coast        - -  1 -   -6  -
Canberra       - -  1 -   -6  -
Wests          - -  1 -  -20  -
Syd Rstrs      - -  1 -  -28  -
Canterbury     - -  1 -  -36  -
St George      - -  1 -  -40  -

Weekend - Jan 25

NSWRL U18 SG Ball Trial

v Balmain, Erskineville Oval, Fri Jan 25 6:30pm

WIN 30-16



 tries
 goals

NSWRL U16 Matthews Trial

v Balmain, 5:00pm

WIN 24-8


 tries
no goals attempted

Weekend - Jan 12

NSWRL U18 SG Ball Trial

v Central Coast Roosters, Erskineville Oval, Sat Jan 12 11:30am

LOSS 12-24

Match was played in 3 x 25 minutes thirds.

 5 min  0-4
10 min  0-8
19 min  4-8
33 min  4-12
35 min  4-16
46 min  4-20
49 min  8-20
54 min  8-24
63 min 12-24

 tries
no goals attempted

NSWRL U16 Matthews Trial

v Central Coast Roosters, 4:30pm

LOSS 12-16

Game was played in 3 x 20 min thirds.

10 min  4-0
19 min  4-4
25 min  8-4
38 min 12-4
47 min 12-8
52 min 12-12
55 min 12-16

 tries
no goals attempted

Weekend - 2018 Dec 14-15

NSWRL Jersey Flegg - NSW Premiership Trial

v Canberra & Parramatta, Kirkham Oval, Camden, Sat Dec 15 4:30pm

LOSS 0-16

A open three way trial was played with Canberra and Parramatta. The Jersey Flegg side took part in two trial game clashes, against the Raiders and Eels at Kirkham Oval, Camden. The Parramatta side however looked coherent in both attack and defence, when they won with a dominant four try to nil victory over the Rabbitohs. Slick backline movements were capitalised on and brutal defence punished the Rabbitohs side as the Blue & Gold controlled both halves of the clash.


 tries
no goals attempted

NSWRL U18 SG Ball Trial

v Cronulla-Sutherland, Erskineville Oval, Fri Dec 14 6:45pm

Abandoned

Due to the heavy rains this match was abandoned.

no tries
no goals

NSWRL U16 Matthews Trial

v Cronulla-Sutherland, Fri Dec 14 5:30pm Rescheduled to Tue Dec 18 5:30pm

WIN 20-12

Match was postponed from Friday due to the heavy rains.

 tries
no goals attempted


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