2019 36th Charity Shield - Trial

South Sydney v St George-Illawarra

Glen Willow Stadium, Mudgee

Sat Mar 2, 7:30pm

Selected Charity Shield Teams

CyberView from the Hill - Last Week

CyberView from the Hill - This Week

Late Changes

Team was as per program.

WIN 36-24

Corey Allan laid a claim to South Sydney's vacant left wing position with a hat-trick of tries in the Rabbitohs' 36-24 Charity Shield defeat of St George Illawarra - but coach Wayne Bennett played down the rookie recruit's round one chances. Allan, who joined Souths from Brisbane this season, played fullback for the Prime Minister’s XIII and the Junior Kangaroos last season but with Greg Inglis and Alex Johnston in the Rabbitohs ranks, wing looks to be his best option. Bennett has an opening on the wing after releasing Robert Jennings to Wests Tigers but any concerns about replacing the man who scored 19 tries in the position last season have eased after Allan’s hat-trick. In doing so, he also exposed a selection problem for Dragons coach Paul McGregor as Allan's team-mate Zac Lomax appeared more comfortable when he was shifted from wing to centre in the second half. However, Bennett suggested Allan was likely to be the one to make way for Inglis if the Souths captain overcame a knee problem to play in the season opener against Sydney Roosters. "I don't see him getting a start in round one," Bennett said of Allan. "It all depends on what Greg does, but right now I don't see him getting a start. "He's not really a winger, but that's where he played tonight. He's got a couple of good fullbacks in front of him. I don't think he'll be playing initially. Nobody doubts he's got ability, it's just a matter of maturity now." The Dragons led 18-16 at halftime but only after overcoming a horror start in which Souths scored two tries in the opening five minutes through wingers Campbell Graham and Allan. McGregor is trying to decide who will play right wing after the departure of Nene Macdonald to North Queensland and retirement of Jason Nightingale. Lomax is the obvious choice but he did not convey confidence in the opening exchanges. After spilling a Cody Walker bomb near his own line, Lomax made a poor defensive read as Allan was given a clear passage to the line to score his first try in the fifth minute. However, Lomax regained his composure to grab the Dragons' first try in the 14th minute when he dived over in the corner after receiving a cut-out pass from halfback Ben Hunt. The new St George Illawarra spine combination of Hunt, fullback Gareth Widdop, five-eighth Corey Norman and hooker Cameron McInnes looked more fluent than it did last weekend against Newcastle. McGregor injected fullback Matt Dufty into the game late in the second half, with Widdop moving to five-eighth, Norman to halfback, Hunt to hooker and McInnes to lock and it is a tactic he is likely to use throughout the season. An overhead pass from Rabbitohs veteran John Sutton created Allan's second try in the 23rd minute but the Dragons gained control for the remainder of the half, with left centre Tim Lafai scoring two converted tries to put them in front just before halftime. The signing of Norman has enabled Hunt to take on more of a running role and an inside pass from the Test and Origin representative to Korbin Sims created room for Widdop to run through a hole and put Lafai over for his first try in the 29th minute. Lafai grabbed his second three minutes later after Hunt put Tariq Sims into space and swept around behind him to create an overlap for the Samoan international and put the Dragons in front 18-16 after Widdop's conversion. The second half began like the first, with Walker scoring from a run-around with Sutton in the 41st minute. A Damien Cook 40/20 kick at the end of the next set put the Rabbitohs in position to post further points and lock Cameron Murray put them ahead 28-18 when he crashed over in the 44th minute. Allan got his hat-trick in the 50th minute after Widdop fumbled a kick near his own line and his fullback opposite Alex Johnston chimed in to create an overlap for Souths after quick service from Cook at dummy-half. Hunt put Tariq Sims over in the 57th minute but Rabbitohs rookie Bayley Sironen put the result beyond doubt when he scored 11 minutes later.

 2 min  6-0
 5 min 12-0
13 min 12-6
22 min 16-6
29 min 16-12
31 min 16-18
HT     16-18
41 min 22-18
44 min 28-18
50 min 32-18
56 min 32-24
68 min 36-24

C.Allan 3, Graham, Walker, Murray, Sironen tries
Gagai 4 from 6, Lowe 0 from 1 goals

Crowd      9,027
Referee    A.Klien/D.Munro

Scrums      8-4 (1H  2-1 )
Penalities  4-12(1H  2-8 )

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

Flbk -  1 - Johnston, Alex        60   -  -  1  -   9   -   81  -  -   -  1  -  -     - 
LWng -  5 - Allan, Corey          80   6  -  1  2  11   1   88  -  -   -  -  3  -     - 
LCnt -  4 - Burns, Braidon        80  17  2  1  -  12   4  105  1  1   -  -  -  -     -
RCnt -  3 - Gagai, Dane           56  13  -  2  -   8   -   53  -  -   -  1  -  4/6   - 
RWng -  2 - Graham, Campbell      80   6  -  -  1   6   -   72  1  -   -  -  1  -     -
5/8  -  6 - Walker, Cody          66  10  -  1  1   5   -   35  1  -   7  -  1  -     - 
Half -  7 - Tracey, Connor        70  11  1  4  -   8   -   50  2  -   -  -  -  -     - 
Prop -  8 - Tatola, Junior        51  19  1  1  -  13   -  103  -  -   2  1  -  -     - 
Hook -  9 - Cook, Damien          60  25  1  -  -   3   2   27  -  -   5  -  -  -     - 
Prop - 10 - Burgess, Tom          40  14  -  1  -  14   -  154  -  -   -  -  -  -     - 
SRow - 11 - Sutton, John          41  16  -  -  -   7   -   56  -  -   -  1  -  -     - 
SRow - 12 - Burgess, Sam          68  24  1  2  -  18   -  139  -  4   -  -  -  -     - (c)
Lock - 13 - Murray, Cameron       40  20  1  1  1  15   -  105  -  2   -  -  1  -     - 

Int  - 14 - Lowe, Ethan           40  24  1  2  -   6   -   53  -  -   -  -  -  -/1   - 
Int  - 15 - McIlwrick, Matt       20  14  -  1  -   3   -   16  -  -   -  -  -  -     - 
Int  - 16 - Amone, Tom            40  13  1  -  -   5   -   46  -  -   -  -  -  -     - 
Int  - 17 - Kennedy, Rhys         12  13  -  -  -   7   -   54  -  1   -  -  -  -     - 
Int  - 18 - Sironen, Bayley       24  11  -  1  -   2   -   21  -  -   -  -  1  -     - 
Int  - 19 - Denniss, Cory         24   -  -  -  -   3   -   22  -  -   -  -  -  -     - 
Int  - 20 - Turner, Kyle          26  17  -  -  -   2   -   16  -  -   -  -  -  -     - 
Int  - 21 - Knight, Liam          32  22  3  -  -   9   -   79  -  2   -  -  -  -     - 
Int  - 22 - Hiroti, Mawene        20   2  -  -  -   5   -   37  -  -   -  -  -  -     - 

                                     297 12 19  5         1412  4 10  14  4  7  4/7   -

Completion Rate      - 23 / 34  68%

Opposition Offloads  - 2

Effective 1st Tackles

 0 min  15m KO
 2 min   0m SI Err SCR TRY
 3 min   0m Walker kick CIG
 5 min   0m P / TRY
 6 min  66m Walker kick COF 10m / SS P(Burns) 28m / SS P(Cook)
10 min  15m Walker kick COF
12 min  79m SI Err SCR / SS Err(Walker) 35m / SS 6TG(Tracey) / (SI TRY)
15 min  41m KO 12m SS P(Burns)
17 min  84m Cook kick  COF 32m / SS P(Tatola)
19 min  11m SI Err SCR / Walker kick COF
22 min   0m P / TRY
24 min  16m Cook kick
26 min  66m Walker kick SCR / SS P(Amone) / (SI TRY)
30 min  51m KO 10m / SS P(Knight) / (SI TRY)
32 min   5m KO
34 min  49m Cook kick COF 10m SS P(Knight)
36 min  86m Cook kick 15m SS P(SBurgess) 48m / SS P(Knight)
39 min  23m SI Err SCR / Walker kick

half time

41 min   0m P / TRY
44 min   0m Cook kick 40-20 / TRY
46 min  64m P / SS P(Murray)
49 min   8m SI Err SCR / Tracey kick
50 min   0m SI Err / TRY
52 min  31m Walker kick SCR
54 min  42m Walker kick COF
56 min  89m SS Err(Graham) SCR / (SI TRY)
58 min  11m KO
60 min   8m SCR / Walker kick COF
63 min   5m SCR / ChOv
65 min  14m ChOv
67 min  11m SCR / Tracey kick
68 min   0m SI Err SCR / TRY
71 min   4m SS Err(Burns)
73 min  36m SI Err SCR / Tracey COF 11m / SS P(Lowe)
76 min  92m SI Err SCR / SS Err(Tracey) SCR 27m / SS P(Tracey)
79 min  76m DO

Average effective 1st tackle location
- 31.8m - for the whole match

- 35.4m - 1st half  
- 28.2m - 2nd half  

Other Trial Matches

26-16 Wngr Warriors   b Wests-Tig
30-6  Mait Cronulla   b Newcastle
20-0  Penr Parramatta b Penrith
38-20 Gosf Manly      b Syd Rstrs
25-22 Robi Brisbane   b Gold Coast
14-6  Mcky Nth Qld    b Melbourne
      

Judiciary News

No one was charged out of the match.

Reserve Grade - Intrust Super NSW Premiership Trial

v St George-Illawarra, Erskineville Oval, Sun Mar 3 5:30pm

LOSS 6-56

Aluni-Chanfoon and Alatipi-Butler were out. Ta'avale started at second row. Gibson, Akauola, Ngere and Taulafo were added to the bench. the Dragons proved too good for the ISP side, going down despite a strong effort. It was a tough match for the ISP players, with the Dragons fielding a number of first-graders and players who participated in the Charity Shield the night before, including Jai Field, Korbin Sims and Reece Robson. The young Rabbitohs initially struggled before mounting a fight back, with explosive forward Keaon Koloamatangi getting on the board before their opponents eventually got over the top in the end.

 7 min  0-6
12 min  0-10
25 min  0-14
28 min  0-18
39 min  0-22
HT      0-22
41 min  0-28
48 min  6-28
51 min  6-34
55 min  6-38
57 min  6-44
64 min  6-48
75 min  6-52
79 min  6-56

Kolomatangi try
Walmsley 1 from 1 goal

Scrums     9-4
Penalties  2-2

Final Line Up -
                                  T  G/A  FG

Flbk -  1 - Walmsley, Lachlan     -  1/1   -
LWng -  2 - Mougios, Nic          -  -     -
LCnt -  4 - O'Connor, Dylan       -  -     -
RCnt -  3 - Higgins, Leigh        -  -     -
RWng - 15 - Tautaiolefua, James   -  -     - 
5/8  -  6 - Johns, Jack           -  -     -
Half -  7 - Taaffe, Blake         -  -     -
Prop -  8 - Gordon, Yileen        -  -     -
Hook -  9 - Hills, Lyndon         -  -     -
Prop - 10 - Rodwell, Ky           -  -     -
SRow - 11 - Peoples, Trent        -  -     -
SRow - 17 - Ta'avale, Lucky       -  -     -
Lock - 13 - Koloamatangi, Keaon   1  -     -

Int  - 14 - Gray, Brock           -  -     -
Int  - 16 - O'Brien, Kell         -  -     -
Int  -  5 - Gibson, Ezra          -  -     -
Int  - 18 - Akauola, Cameron      -  -     -
Int  - 19 - Ngere, Joe            -  -     -
Int  - 20 - Taulafo, Grant        -  -     -

                                  1  1/1   -

U20 NSW Jersey Flegg Cup - Trial

v St George-Illawarra, 4:00pm

LOSS 16-36

Late Changes - Taulafo dropped off the bench. Jersey Flegg Head Coach Ben Rogers said his side took plenty of lessons from the loss to the Dragons. “It was a tough day in the office. We dropped a lot of ball and probably only completed in the low 30% in the first half,” he explained. “We were down 14-6, but Dragons were too good as we continued to drop the ball, give away penalties and miss some non-negotiable tackles. “Matt French scored just before half time, he pushed up on the inside, beat a couple of defenders and then the fullback to spin around and score. “Jack Frasca was busy and made a break to send Kane Allan for a try just after the break, and then scored one himself near the end of the second half with an 80 metre effort.”

 9 min  0-6
16 min  0-10
21 min  0-14
28 min  6-14
HT      6-14
36 min 12-14
39 min 12-20
51 min 12-26
56 min 16-26
59 min 16-32
66 min 16-36

French, K.Allan, Frasca tries
Zaurini 2 from 3 goals

Scrums     9-7
Penalties  4-7

Final Line Up -
                                  T  G/A  FG

Flbk -  1 - McDonald, Luke        -  -     -
LWng -  2 - Er, Volkan            -  -     -
LCnt -  4 - Angianga, Tallis      -  -     -
RCnt -  3 - Frasca, Jack          1  -     -
RWng -  5 - Allan, Kane           1  -     -
5/8  -  6 - Zaurini, Marc         -  2/3   -
Half -  7 - Gibson, Ezra          -  -     -
Prop -  8 - Bain, Luke            -  -     -
Hook -  9 - Griffen, Jayden       -  -     - (c)
Prop - 10 - Manowski, Aiden       -  -     -
SRow - 11 - Aluni-Chanfoon, Maila -  -     -
SRow - 12 - Fepuleai, Josh        -  -     -
Lock - 13 - Gardner, Brock        -  -     -

Int  - 14 - Puru, Luke            -  -     -
Int  - 15 - French, Matt          1  -     -
Int  - 16 - Alipate, Jack         -  -     -
Int  - 17 - Stowers, Augustine    -  -     -
Int  - 18 - Akauola, Cameron      -  -     -
Int  - 18 - Ngere, Joe            -  -     -

                                  3  2/3   -

NSWRL U18 SG Ball Cup Round 4

v Central Coast Roosters, Morry Breen Oval, Kanwal, Sat Mar 2 1:30pm

LOSS 14-24

Late Changes - Shum-Cottrell and Manning have dropped off the bench. It was another unfortunate loss for the SG Ball under 18s as they fell 24-14 to the Central Coast Roosters just after the Harold Matthews’ victory. Much like their third-round loss to the Panthers, the Rabbitohs put in a gallant effort against the Roosters, creating chances to put themselves in a winning position, but failed to get the two points despite a late rally in the second half. Coming out of the second half down 22-6, tries to Zane Bijorac and Byron Parnell in a ten-minute period looked to give them a glimmer of hope before two sin-binnings deflated all the momentum.

 5 min  0-6
 9 min  6-6
22 min  6-10
31 min  6-16
HT      6-16
37 min  6-22
43 min 10-22
52 min 14-22
69 min 14-24

Gleeson, Bijorac, Parnell tries
Zampech 1 from 3 goals

Scrums     3-5
Penalties  8-13

59 min Zampech, Bradley     10SB Fighting

Final Line Up -
                                   M  T  G/A  FG

Flbk -  1 - Aldridge, Logan       70  -  -     -
LWng -  5 - Meredith, Daylen      70  -  -     -
LCnt -  4 - Malu, Salesi          70  -  -     -
RCnt -  3 - Parnell, Byron        70  1  -     -
RWng -  2 - Bijorac, Zane         70  1  -     - 
5/8  -  6 - Savage, Kaylib        70  -  -     -
Half -  7 - Zampech, Bradley      60  -  1/3   - 
Prop -  8 - Taumoepenu, Tevita    49  -  -     - 
Hook -  9 - Mamouzelos, Peter     70  -  -     - (c)
Prop - 10 - Olsen, Ben            33  -  -     - 
SRow - 11 - Gleeson, Langi        70  1  -     -
SRow - 12 - Dodds, John           70  -  -     -
Lock - 13 - Black, Kye            50  -  -     - 

Int  - 14 - Lloyd, Benjamin       26  -  -     - 
Int  - 15 - Gale, Lachlan         36  -  -     - 
Int  - 16 - Fua, Tioata           11  -  -     - 
Int  - 17 - Mapapalangi, Krystain  5  -  -     - 

                                      3  1/3   -

Other U18 Matches

52-14 Brok Manly      b St George
32-10 Hens Syd Rstrs  b Canterbury
54-8  Colg Illawarra  b Norths
40-12 Prth Balmain    b West Coast
28-18 Camp Parramatta b Wests
38-4  Ende Cronulla   b Penrith
46-10 Casy Newcastle  b Victoria
BYE        Canberra

               W D  L B Diff PT
MANLY          3 1  - -  +60  7
PARRAMATTA     3 1  - -  +24  7
CRONULLA       2 -  1 1  +62  6
C COAST        3 -  1 -  +42  6
CANBERRA       2 -  1 1  +26  6
ST GEORGE      2 -  1 1  +14  6
CANTERBURY     3 -  1 -  +10  6
ILLAWARRA      2 1  1 -  +70  5
Balmain        2 1  1 -  +54  5
Newcastle      2 -  2 -  +29  4
Syd Rstrs      2 -  2 -  +11  4
Penrith        2 -  2 -  -36  4
Souths         1 -  3 -  -18  2
Wests          1 -  3 -  -20  2
Norths         - -  3 1  -64  2
Victoria       - -  4 -  -50  -
West Coast     - -  4 - -180  -

NSWRL U16 Matthews Cup Round 4

v Central Coast Roosters, 12:40pm

WIN 40-8

Late Changes - Jang and Ofria-Hunt are out. Cottrell starts second row. The Harold Matthews side continues to impress, winning four out of four matches and sitting second on the ladder after defeating the Central Coast Roosters 40-8 in a dominant display. An early first-half blitz saw the under 16s score five tries in the first 21 minutes to lead 28-4, before a quieter second half saw them score another two. Fullback Joseph Suaalii scored four tries, with halfback Joseph Nohra kicking 6/7 goals in the dominant 32-point victory, who now sit just behind Newcastle Knights on points difference.

 3 min  0-4
 7 min  4-4
12 min 10-4
15 min 16-4
19 min 22-4
21 min 28-4
HT     28-4
35 min 28-8
51 min 34-8
58 min 40-8

Suaali 4, Kaho, Hawe-De-Thierry, Ace-Nasteski tries
Nohra 6 from 7 goals

Scrums     6-5
Penalties  6-11

41 min Cottrell, Ame      10SB Fighting

Final Line Up -
                                   M  T  G/A  FG

Flbk -  1 - Suaalii, Joseph       60  4  -     - (c)
LWng -  2 - Mocevakaca, Joshua    60  -  -     -
LCnt -  4 - Palu, Faresa          60  -  -     -
RCnt -  3 - Ace-Nasteski, Luca    60  1  -     -
RWng -  5 - Kaho, Carson          60  1  -     -
5/8  -  6 - Di Bartolo, Emanuel   40  -  -     - 
Half -  7 - Nohra, Joseph         60  -  6/7   -
Prop -  8 - Moale, Davvy          60  -  -     -
Hook -  9 - Vesikula, Ratu        60  -  -     -
Prop - 10 - Hawe-De-Thierry, D.   50  1  -     - 
SRow - 11 - Ka, Terrell           60  -  -     -
SRow - 18 - Cottrell, Ame         27  -  -     - 
Lock - 13 - Taliai, William       40  -  -     - 

Int  - 15 - McGrath, Ryan         10  -  -     - 
Int  - 17 - Lavaki, Epeli         23  -  -     - 
Int  - 19 - Chum Kan Tong, J.     20  -  -     - 
Int  - 22 - Teaupa, Naati         20  -  -     - 

                                      7  6/7   -

Other U16 Matches

34-12 Brok Manly      b St George
28-6  Hens Canterbury b Syd Rstrs
28-4  Colg Illawarra  b Norths
30-20 Camp Parramatta b Wests
20-10 Ende Cronulla   b Penrith
BYE        Canberra
BYE        Balmain
BYE        Newcastle
     
               W D  L B Diff PT
NEWCASTLE      3 -  - 1  +90  8
SOUTHS         4 -  - -  +72  8
BALMAIN        2 -  1 1  +40  6
PARRAMATTA     3 -  1 -  +32  6
MANLY          2 -  1 1  +18  6
CRONULLA       2 -  1 1   +8  6
PENRITH        2 -  2 -  +24  4
CANTERBURY     2 -  2 -   +8  4
Illawarra      2 -  2 -   +2  4
Norths         1 -  2 1  -26  4
Canberra       1 -  2 1  -12  4
Wests          1 -  3 -  -30  2
C Coast        - -  3 1  -44  2
Syd Rstrs      1 -  3 -  -88  2
St George      - -  3 1  -92  2

Weekend - Mar 9

NSWRL U18 SG Ball Cup Round 5

v Parramatta, Redfern Oval, Sat Mar 9 11:00am

LOSS 28-32

Late Changes - Hicks and Manning dropped off the bench. Playing at the Club’s spiritual ground, the SG Ball side showed plenty of promise in their Round 5 match, but were run down by the second-placed Eels in a hard-fought contest. It was a poor start for the Red and Green, making a handling error and giving away a penalty within the first two minutes of the match, which then saw Parramatta score an early try. But momentum quickly swung around as hooker and captain Peter Mamouzelos took charge, splitting the defence open to link up with fullback Logan Aldridge, who dived over to score a well-crafted try in the 9th minute. But Mamouzelos would soon go from hero to villain, spilling the ensuing kick-off to give the Eels another chance to strike, but the Red and Greens were let off as an obstruction penalty against the Eels eased the pressure. The crafty hooker continued to control the tempo of the match, catching the Eels napping at dummy half to earn his side a penalty for being off-side and gain further territory downfield, but momentum was again cut off as the ball was lost on the ensuing set. Errors to both sides prevented any momentum from being built, until a backline shift saw Aldridge in the clear again, drawing the last line of defence to send winger Daylen Meredith over to score soon after. Halfback Bradley Zampech landed the sideline conversion to give the Cardinal and Myrtle the lead. Back-to-back penalties saw the Eels hit back out wide, levelling the scores with fifteen to go in the half. A potential runaway try to the Eels was thwarted as an ankle tap forced an error, but again it was an individual effort which saw the Rabbitohs go in front, this time from Zampech, who dived over from dummy-half on last tackle to score a memorable four-pointer. But they weren’t done there, as a barge-over try to hulking prop Tevita Taumoepenu after some clever offloading in the lead-up extended the lead even further, with a 22-10 scoreline at the break. Much like the first half, the Eels struck after just a minute as winger Matthew Komolafe scored in the corner after backing up a number of offloads, with South Sydney's lead dropping to eight. An unforgivable error from dummy-half on the line threatened to give the Eels further momentum before Zampech came to the rescue with a one-on-one strip. But the Eels continued to probe, with a string of penalties over a tense period mid-way through the second half looking likely to see them score, but the persistent Rabbitohs were rewarded as an error in the play the ball from the Eels handed them much-needed possession. Although Mamouzelos and Zampech continued to cause havoc, with lock forward Kye Black busy in both attack and defence, the hard work soon came undone as the Eels struck quickly in succession with halfback Jakob Arthur scoring a double to hand them the lead with less than ten minutes to go. Things went from bad to worse as a dropped ball just metres from the try-line gave Parramatta another opportunity to strike, and they did so through hooker David Tui with the conversion giving them a 10-point advantage. But the SG Ball side has shown plenty of character this season, and much as they have shown throughout the year, they refused to go down without a fight. Mamouzelos again took control, scoring a swift try with three minutes to go to give his side a chance, which closed the gap to four points with Zampech’s conversion. A tense last few minutes saw the Rabbitohs with plenty of opportunities to steal the match, but an error just metres from the line in the final minute told the tale of the tape – which handed Parramatta the victory.

 2 min  0-6
 8 min  4-6
15 min 10-6
20 min 10-10
26 min 16-10
32 min 22-10
HT     22-10
36 min 22-14
55 min 22-20
59 min 22-26
63 min 22-32
66 min 28-32

Aldridge, Meredith, Zampech, Taumoepenu, Mamouzelos tries
Zampech 4 from 5 goals

Final Line Up -
                                  T  G/A  FG

Flbk -  1 - Aldridge, Logan       1  -     -
LWng -  5 - Meredith, Daylen      1  -     -
LCnt -  4 - Mapapalangi, Krystain -  -     -
RCnt -  3 - Parnell, Byron        -  -     -
RWng -  2 - Bijorac, Zane         -  -     - 
5/8  -  6 - Teaupa, Dion          -  -     -
Half -  7 - Zampech, Bradley      1  4/5   -
Prop -  8 - Taumoepenu, Tevita    1  -     -
Hook -  9 - Mamouzelos, Peter     1  -     - (c)
Prop - 10 - Olsen, Ben            -  -     -
SRow - 11 - Gleeson, Langi        -  -     -
SRow - 12 - Dodds, John           -  -     -
Lock - 13 - Black, Kye            -  -     -

Int  - 14 - Lloyd, Benjamin       -  -     -
Int  - 15 - Shum-Cotrell, Darcy   -  -     -
Int  - 16 - Fua, Tioata           -  -     -
Int  - 17 - Malu, Salesi          -  -     -

                                  5  4/5   -

Other U18 Matches

52-12 Masc Norths     b West Coast
40-22 Hens C Coast    b Syd Rstrs
18-14 Leic Balmain    b Cronulla
12-8  Colg Illawarra  b Penrith
22-10 Belm Manly      b Canterbury
30-24 Camp Newcastle  b Wests
24-10 Masc St George  b Canberra
BYE        Victoria

               W D  L B Diff PT
MANLY          4 1  - -  +72  9
PARRAMATTA     4 1  - -  +28  9
C COAST        4 -  1 -  +60  8
ST GEORGE      3 -  1 1  +28  8
ILLAWARRA      3 1  1 -  +74  7
BALMAIN        3 1  1 -  +58  7
CRONULLA       2 -  2 1  +58  6
NEWCASTLE      3 -  2 -  +35  6
Canberra       2 -  2 1  +12  6
Canterbury     3 -  2 -   -2  6
Syd Rstrs      2 -  4 -   -7  4
Norths         1 -  3 1  -24  4
Penrith        2 -  3 -  -40  4
Souths         1 -  4 -  -22  2
Wests          1 -  4 -  -26  2
Victoria       - -  4 1  -50  2
West Coast     - -  5 - -220  -

NSWRL U16 Matthews Cup Round 5

v Parramatta, 10:00am

WIN 32-14

Late Changes - Tuigamala, Reeve and Smirnotis were out. Chum Kan Tong started at lock, Cottrell at prop and Taliai on the bench. The Rabbitohs’ Harold Matthews claimed their fifth-straight win and remain undefeated after a dominant display against fellow top-four side, with winger Joshua Mocevakaca bagging a hat-trick. It was a dream start for the Red and Green, who scored in their first set of the match as centre Faresa Palu took a pinpoint attacking bomb to give his side the lead just two minutes in. Ill-discipline crept in mid-way through the first half, however, giving away three penalties in a row to hand the Eels momentum, who then scored two tries to take a 10-6 lead. But the Cardinal and Myrtle showed they wouldn’t go down begging, as a backline shift late in the first half saw centre Luca Ace-Nasteski put away Mocevakaca into a gap, who put in some nice footwork to beat the fullback and score a nicely-crafted try. With the goal converted, the scores were locked up at half-time. The second stanza began just as well as the first, as Mocevakaca bagged his double just a minute in – catching his opponents napping at dummy-half to score. Despite the sideline conversion narrowly missing, the Rabbitohs once again assumed the lead. Quick-fire tries to Joseph Suaalii and Mocevakaca – who earned his hat-trick, gave the Cardinal and Myrtle a dominant 16-point lead going into the final quarter. The Eels struck back late in the contest, but the result was all sewn up as backup half Naati Teaupa stepped his way over the line to score the match-winner.

 2 min  4-0
17 min  4-4
22 min  4-10
27 min 10-10
HT     10-10
32 min 14-10
36 min 20-10
38 min 26-10
45 min 26-14
56 min 32-14

Mocevakaca 3, Palu, Suaalii, N.Teaupa tries
Nohra 4 from 6 goals

Final Line Up -
                                  T  G/A  FG

Flbk -  1 - Suaalii, Joseph       1  -     - (c)
LWng -  2 - Mocevakaca, Joshua    3  -     -
LCnt -  4 - Palu, Faresa          1  -     -
RCnt -  3 - Ace-Nasteski, Luca    -  -     -
RWng -  5 - Kaho, Carson          -  -     -
5/8  -  6 - Di Bartolo, Emanuel   -  -     -
Half -  7 - Nohra, Joseph         -  4/6   -
Prop -  8 - Moale, Davvy          -  -     -
Hook -  9 - Vesikula, Ratu        -  -     -
Prop - 18 - Cottrell, Ame         -  -     -
SRow - 11 - Ka, Terrell           -  -     -
SRow - 12 - Jang, Braydon         -  -     -
Lock - 19 - Chum Kan Tong, J.     -  -     -

Int  - 15 - Hawe-De-Thierry, D.   -  -     -
Int  - 17 - Lavaki, Epeli         -  -     -
Int  - 13 - Taliai, William       -  -     -
Int  - 22 - Teaupa, Naati         1  -     -

                                  6  4/6   -

Other U16 Matches

58-10 Masc Manly      b Norths
20-16 Hens C Coast    b Syd Rstrs
16-12 Leic Cronulla   b Balmain
28-22 Colg Illawarra  b Penrith
30-14 Camp Newcastle  b Wests
26-12 Masc St George  b Canberra
BYE        Canterbury
     
               W D  L B Diff PT
NEWCASTLE      4 -  - 1 +106 10
SOUTHS         5 -  - -  +80 10
MANLY          3 -  1 1  +66  8
CRONULLA       3 -  1 1  +12  8
BALMAIN        2 -  2 1  +36  6
PARRAMATTA     3 -  2 -  +24  6
CANTERBURY     2 -  2 1   +8  6
ILLAWARRA      3 -  2 -   +8  6
Penrith        2 -  3 -  +18  4
Canberra       1 -  3 1  -26  4
C Coast        1 -  3 1  -40  4
Norths         1 -  3 1  -74  4
St George      1 -  3 1  -78  4
Wests          1 -  4 -  -46  2
Syd Rstrs      1 -  4 -  -92  2


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