Sydney Cricket Ground
Fri Mar 15, 7:50pm
Selected Round 1 Teams
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Kennedy and Hiroti were trimmed 24 hours before the match. Tracey and Turner dropped off the bench.
The pre-match focus had been on Sydney Roosters 350-match grand final hero Cooper Cronk but it was rival halfback Adam Reynolds who stole the show as South Sydney began the Wayne Bennett era with an impressive 26-16 win over their arch rivals at the SCG. After defying a broken scapula which required a 13cm plate inserted in his left shoulder to lead the Roosters to a remarkable triumph over Melbourne in last season’s grand final, Cronk became only the fourth player to make 350 premiership appearances. However, Reynolds ruined any celebrations for his halfback rival and Roosters coach Trent Robinson, who turned 42 on Friday, with a kicking masterclass which resulted in two tries from grubbers into the uprights. “You always aim around the posts. You never know what can happen if you hit the post and credit to the boys who were on the spot. A kick is only as good as its chase," Reynolds said. The Rabbitohs halfback controlled the game in the wet and greasy conditions with his kicking game and also laid on another try for fullback Alex Johnston as Souths gradually wore the Roosters down. “That’s my role in the team," he said. "I’ve got to put us in the best field position possible and back our defence. We wanted to starve them of quality ball, they are a good side, they have got potential across the park and they can score points from anywhere." Sam Burgess was also impressive in his move to the right second-row and scored a try for the Rabbitohs in the first half, while saving another by knocking the ball loose from Roosters captain Boyd Cordner as he dived across the line in the 52nd minute. Burgess was forced from the field for a HIA after a high shot from Latrell Mitchell but was cleared to return, while captain Greg Inglis was replaced late in the match after an off-season restricted by a knee injury. Souths now have Bennett as coach, the game’s longest serving and most successful mentor. “I think we have believed in him since he turned up on day one," Inglis said. "We know how he operates, we know how he works and we just wanted to give him that in return on the field. “We’re not being unrealistic but if we can come out and win three out of four games in the opening rounds we are on track." The Rabbitohs dominated the early exchanges with five-eighth Cody Walker forcing a goal line drop-out in just the seventh minute and Greg Inglis being held up over the try-line by former team-mate Luke Keary in the next set. Lock Cameron Murray was finally rewarded for the sustained pressure applied by Souths when he snatched the ball from Roosters prop Siosiua Taukeiaho after he’d fielded an Adam Reynolds grubber into the left upright to score in the 11th minute. The Rabbitohs had another chance go begging in the 15th minute when fullback Alex Johnston was unable to take an awkward pass from left centre Braidon Burns and the errors began to creep into their game in the slippery conditions. A play-the-ball error by Sam Burgess near the Roosters try-line eased the pressure on the premiers and a forward pass by Burns put paid to another scoring opportunity. With momentum shifting, Roosters hooker Jake Friend when he dived over from dummy half in the 23rd minute after a knock on by Dane Gagai. Burgess regained the lead for Souths when he scored from another kick in the 28th minute after hooker Damien Cook threaded the ball between Keary and Latrell Mitchell into the Roosters in-goal. However, Reynolds missed the conversion and the Roosters went to the break leading 12-10 after Cronk beat Walker and created space for the ever dependable Mitchell Aubusson to race over and score. The second half started like the first, with South getting on top early and only another try-saving tackle from Keary prevented Reynolds from scoring after his kick was fumbled by James Tedesco and he regathered but could not get the ball down. Campbell Graham scored on the next set after Walker beat Cronk and passed to Burns, who offloaded for Sutton to throw a long pass to the left winger. Johnston then sealed the win after Reynolds put him over for a 69th minute try to put Souths ahead 26-12 before Roosters winger Daniel Tupou atoned for a poor night by grabbing a late consolation try.
10 min 6-0 22 min 6-6 26 min 10-6 32 min 10-12 HT 10-12 47 min 14-12 59 min 20-12 67 min 26-12 76 min 26-16 Murray, S.Burgess, Graham, Walker, Johnston tries Reynolds 3 from 5 goals Crowd 24,527 Referee G.Atkins/G.Badger Scrums 13-8 (1H 5-4 ) Penalities 6-3 (1H 3-3 ) Final Line Up - Min Tac Pe MT LB Rn DR m Er OL K TA T G/A FG Flbk - 1 - Johnston, Alex 80 1 - 1 1 13 - 114 1 2 - - 1 - - LWng - 5 - Graham, Campbell 80 6 - - 1 10 - 92 2 - - - 1 - - LCnt - 4 - Burns, Braidon 80 7 - 1 - 17 2 152 2 2 - - - - - RCnt - 3 - Inglis, Greg 72 11 1 2 - 8 - 57 - - - - - - - (c) RWng - 2 - Gagai, Dane 80 9 - 2 - 12 1 134 1 - - - - - - 5/8 - 6 - Walker, Cody 80 9 2 4 - 7 - 33 - 1 1 - 1 - - Half - 7 - Reynolds, Adam 80 10 - 1 - 8 - 28 - - 19 3 - 3/5 - Prop - 8 - Tatola, Junior 40 19 - - - 12 - 104 1 - - - - - - Hook - 9 - Cook, Damien 80 40 - 1 - 10 8 68 - - 4 1 - - - Prop - 10 - Burgess, Tom 51 21 - 1 - 15 - 130 1 - - - - - - SRow - 11 - Sutton, John 76 17 - 2 - 15 - 129 - 2 - 1 - - - SRow - 12 - Burgess, Sam 66 23 - 1 - 19 - 172 1 1 - - 1 - - Lock - 13 - Murray, Cameron 64 29 - 1 - 19 - 161 - - - - 1 - - Int - 14 + Knight, Liam 33 18 - - - 12 - 122 1 - - - - - - Int - 15 - Nicholls, Mark 33 23 - 1 - 8 - 79 1 - - - - - - Int - 16 + Lowe, Ethan 31 24 - 3 - 4 - 32 - - - - - - - Int - 17 + Allan, Corey 8 1 - - - 1 - 10 - - - - - - - 268 3 21 2 1628 11 8 24 5 5 3/5 - Completion Rate - 32 / 43 76% Opposition Offloads - 9 Effective 1st Tackles 0 min 10m KO 2 min 12m ES Err SCR / Cook kick 3 min 12m Reynolds kick 5 min 0m ES Err P / Reynolds kick COF CIG 7 min 40m Reynolds kick COF 2m / SS P(Walker) 10 min 0m ES Err SCR / P / Reynolds kick TRY 12 min 6m Reynolds kick COF 14 min 10m NO TRY SS Err(Johnston) SCR 17 min 15m ES Err SCR / P / SS Err(SBurgess) SCR 19 min 13m ES Err SCR / SS Err(Burns) SCR 21 min 81m SS Err(Gagai) SCR 67m SS P(Inglis) / (ES TRY) 24 min 17m KO 26 min 0m P / Cook kick TRY 29 min 29m Cook kick 30 min 25m Reynolds kick 31 min 92m SS Err(Johnston) 95m / SS P(Sutton) / (ES TRY) 34 min 10m KO 35 min 9m Reynolds kick COF 37 min 51m SS Err(Knight) SCR 39 min 44m ES Err SCR / Cook kick half time 41 min 37m P / SS Err(Nicholls) 43 min 55m Reynolds kick COF 45 min 0m ES Err SCR / Reynolds COF CIG 46 min 1m Reynolds kick 47 min 0m ES Err SCR / TRY 50 min 19m Reynolds kick COF 51 min 87m SS Err(Graham) 53 min 4m (ES NO TRY) ES Err / Reynolds kick 55 min 25m P / NO TRY SS Err(TBurgess) 57 min 3m ES Err SCR / Walker 59 min 0m ES Err SCR / Reynolds kick TRY 61 min 39m Reynolds kick COF 64 min 32m ES Err SCR / Reynolds kick Reynolds kick DIG 66 min 0m ES Err SCR / Reynolds kick CIG 67 min 0m TRY 70 min 22m Reynolds kick 72 min 12m ES Err SCR / SS Err(Tatola) SCR 74 min 19m Reynolds kick SCR 76 min 72m DO / (ES TRY) 77 min 26m KO 78 min 85m DO / SS 6TG(Graham) SCR Average effective 1st tackle location - 25.2m - for the whole match - 24.9m - 1st half - 25.6m - 2nd half Other First Grade Matches 22-12 MRSt Melbourne b Brisbane 14-8 NISC Newcastle b Cronulla 40-6 MtSm Warriors b Canterbury 20-6 Leic Wests-Tig b Manly 24-12 Town Nth Qld b St Geo-Ill 20-12 Penr Parramatta b Penrith 21-0 Robi Canberra b Gold Coast W D L B Diff PT WARRIORS 1 - - - +34 2 CANBERRA 1 - - - +21 2 WESTS-TIG 1 - - - +14 2 NTH QLD 1 - - - +12 2 SOUTHS 1 - - - +10 2 MELBOURNE 1 - - - +10 2 PARRAMATTA 1 - - - +8 2 NEWCASTLE 1 - - - +6 2 Cronulla - - 1 - -6 - Penrith - - 1 - -8 - Brisbane - - 1 - -10 - Syd Rstrs - - 1 - -10 - St Geo-Ill - - 1 - -12 - Manly - - 1 - -14 - Gold Coast - - 1 - -21 - Canterbury - - 1 - -34 -
No one was charged out of the match.
Reserve Grade - Canterbury NSW Premiership Round 1
v North Sydney, Redfern Oval, Sun Mar 17 1:10pm
Late Changes - Walmsley, Ta'avale and Peoples were out. Corey Allan started at fullback. After a 12 years absence from resrve grade South Sydney Rabbitohs have opened their 2019 Canterbury Cup NSW campaign with a gutsy 18-14 win over the North Sydney Bears at Metricon High Performance Centre on Sunday. It was a fittingly hard-fought contest as both foundation clubs went toe-to-toe in their first match of the season, with the heavy downpour of rain ensuring a brutally-absorbing affair. But while the Bears proved defiant in defence for a majority of the second-half, a Connor Tracey try in the 70th minute salvaged a gritty victory for Shane Millard’s men. Captain Billy Brittain starred for South Sydney with an early try in the 20th minute before laying on the decisive four-pointer for Tracey late in the match. Brittain credited the Rabbitohs fans for turning up in dismal Sydney conditions before praising the strong defensive effort of his side after they held the Bears scoreless in the second-half. “100% (happy with the defensive effort). The conditions didn’t really favour any side but we’re pretty happy to start the year off with a win,” Brittain. “We were pretty confident coming out and knew if we didn’t give away cheap ball we could hold them to zero points. “It’s also been a while since Souths have had a Canterbury Cup (NSW) side so we wanted to give back to the fans, particularly the ones who came out today.” While Tracey’s effort late in the contest was the only try of the second-half, neither side were afraid of playing an attacking brand of footy as the Bears held onto 14-12 lead at half-time. The Rabbitohs were first to score after Kyle Turner crashed his way over from close-range in the seventh minute, with Mawene Hiroti converting to take a 6-0 lead. But the Bears hit-back when Lam made a swirling run through the middle to give his side valuable field position before placing a deft grubber in-goal for a Sitili Tupouniua try just a few tackles later. Although an error on the ensuing set of six gifted the Rabbitohs a golden chance to snatch back the lead, a 90m intercept from Apu Kepoa gave the Bears a 10-6 advantage. South Sydney dominated field position in the period following and eventually got their reward when Billy Brittain raced out of dummy-half for their second try in the 20th minute. A crunching tackle from Max Bailey proved a momentum-changer with a short-side raid shortly after helped Bernard Lewis dive over with an athletic finish in the left-hand corner. The Bears were able to build pressure early in the second-half on the back of two forced line drop-outs from Brock Lamb but were unable to take advantage as the Rabbitohs’ defence held strong. Bailey Sironen came close to scoring when he poked his way through 10m out from the line in the 55th minute, only for his late offload landing in the arms of Bears centre Matt Ikuvalu. North Sydney were formidable with their goal-line defence as the Rabbitohs continued to threaten with countless attacking raids, but they eventually cracked in the 70th minute when Tracey stormed onto a Brittain short-ball for the match-winning try.
7 min 6-0 11 min 6-6 14 min 6-10 20 min 12-10 29 min 12-14 HT 12-14 69 min 18-14 Turner, Brittain, Tracey tries Hiroti 3 from 3 goals Scrums 10-7 (1H 3-3 ) Penalties 6-4 (1H 3-1 ) Final Line Up - Min Tac Pe MT LB Rn DR m Er OL K TA T G/A FG Flbk - 1 - Allan, Corey 80 2 - - - 11 2 121 1 - - - - - - LWng - 2 - Hiroti, Mawene 80 4 1 - - 11 2 136 2 - - - - 3/3 - LCnt - 3 - Gagan, Jacob 80 4 - - - 12 - 117 - - - - - - - RCnt - 4 - Denniss, Cory 80 14 1 3 - 7 - 57 - - - - - - - RWng - 5 - Higgins, Leigh 74 1 - - - 10 1 72 1 - - - - - - 5/8 - 6 - Sironen, Bayley 80 20 - 2 1 9 1 83 - - - - - - - Half - 7 - Tracey, Connor 80 7 - 1 1 13 - 102 1 - 14 - 1 - - Prop - 8 - Amone, Tom 51 27 - 1 - 19 - 182 - - 1 1 - - - Hook - 9 - Brittain, Billy 80 48 1 5 1 12 12 75 - 1 5 1 1 - - (c) Prop - 10 - Kennedy, Rhys 63 31 - 2 - 16 1 146 - 2 - - - - - SRow - 11 - Turner, Kyle 80 21 - - 1 9 - 85 1 - - - 1 - - SRow - 12 - Britt, Dean 80 32 - 4 - 15 - 153 3 - - - - - - Lock - 13 - Koloamatangi, Keaon 47 24 1 2 - 13 - 141 - - - - - - - Int - 14 - Johns, Jack 20 6 - - - 3 - 32 - - - - - - - Int - 15 - Gordon, Yileen 6 5 - - - 1 - 10 - - - - - - - Int - 16 - Gray, Brock 32 18 - 1 - 7 - 44 1 - - - - - - Int - 17 - Rodwell, Ky 27 22 - - - 6 - 55 1 - - - - - - 286 4 23 4 1620 11 3 20 2 3 3/3 - Completion Rate - 30 / 44 68% Opposition Offloads - 10 Effective 1st Tackles 0 min 10m Tracey kick COF 2 min 36m Tracey kick DIG 3 min 46m NS Err / SS Err(Tracey) 5 min 0m NS Err SCR / Brittain kick CIG 7 min 0m TRY 10 min 16m Tracey kick COF / (NS TRY) 13 min 17m KO 14 min 100m NS Err P / SS Err(Tracey) (NS TRY) 16 min 18m KO 18 min 4m P / ChOv 20 min 0m TRY 23 min 64m Tracey kick COF 17m / SS P(Kolomatangi) 25 min 1m NS Err / Tracey kick COF 26 min 65m SS Err(Rodwell) 28 min 100m NS Err SCR / SS Err(Gray) SCR (NS TRY) 31 min 17m KO 32 min 0m Tracey kick CIG 35 min 0m P / Tracey kick CIG 36 min 31m SS Err(Hiroti) SCR 37 min 48m NS Err SCR SS Err(Britt) SCR 39 min 60m Amone kick half time 40 min 15m KO 41 min 86m SS Err(Hiroti) SCR 43 min 50m NS Err SCR / Tracey kick ChDn 44 min 74m DO 46 min 74m DO 48 min 20m NS Err SCR / Tracey kick COF 49 min 13m Brittain kick 52 min 37m NS Err SCR / SS Err(Sironen) SCR 54 min 15m Brittain kick 55 min 3m NS 6TG / SS Err(Sironen) 56 min 33m Tracey kick COF 5m SS P(Hiroti) 59 min 4m NS Err SCR / P / Tracey kick 60 min 15m Tracey kick 62 min 25m NS Err SCR SS Err(Britt) SCR 63 min 7m Brittain kick 65 min 85m SS P(Denniss) 66 min 72m DO 69 min 0m NS Err P / P / TRY 72 min 19m Tracey kick 74 min 32m Brittain kick 76 min 1m NS Err SCR / Tracey kick 77 min 52m SS 6TG(Sironen) SCR 78 min 85m NS Err SCR / SS Err(Britt) 75m / SS P(Brittain) NS Err SCR / Average effective 1st tackle location - 34.1m - for the whole match - 32.3m - 1st half - 35.5m - 2nd half Other Reserve Grade Matches 24-4 NISC Newcastle b Newtown 28-28 Aubr Mt Prtchrd d St Geo-Ill 19-14 MtSm Canterbury b Warriors 23-4 Leic Wests b Blacktown 22-12 Penr Penrith b Wntwrthvll W D L B Diff PT NEWCASTLE 1 - - - +24 2 WESTS 1 - - - +19 2 PENRITH 1 - - - +10 2 CANTERBURY 1 - - - +5 2 SOUTHS 1 - - - +4 2 MT PRITCHARD - 1 - - - 1 ST GEO-ILL - 1 - - - 1 NORTHS - - 1 - -4 - Warriors - - 1 - -5 - Wentworthville - - 1 - -10 - Blacktown - - 1 - -19 - Newtown - - 1 - -24 -
NSWRL U18 SG Ball Cup Round 6
v Sydney Roosters, Erskineville Oval, Sat Mar 16 11:30am
Late Changes - Bijoric and Fua were out. Manning started on the wing, Manumanunitoga and Hicks were added to the bench. It was another tough loss for the SG Ball side against the Roosters, who failed to recover from an early 16-nil deficit, who were defeated 30-20. And it was another undesired start for the side as a penalty in the first set resulting in their opponents striking out wide to score the first try of the match. More ill-discipline allowed the Roosters further territory, which saw them strike twice more just minutes later A kick out on the full and back-to-back penalties gave the Cardinal and Myrtle ample opportunity to get their first try, with captain Peter Mamouzelos going over from close range with a crafty four-pointer. With halfback Brad Zampech’s goal, the margin dropped to ten after 25 minutes. Errors and penalties continued to mar the two sides throughout the first half, with neither allowed to gain any momentum. But a break from the Roosters and a fortunate kick saw them score just before the break. Despite an enterprising start to the second half, the Rabbitohs were once again their own worst enemies, giving away numerous penalties to in the openings minutes. But once the side began to click into gear they were rewarded as a deft kick from Zampech forcing a drop-out. From the ensuing set, a left-hand sweep saw winger Daylen Meredith score in the corner, with the two sides showing no signs of their rivalry wavering as they came together in a small melee. The momentum for the Rabbitohs then continued to grow as they gained the ascendency, and a great piece of play saw them strike back through Logan Aldridge, who swooped onto a Mamouzelos offload to score under the posts. As the confidence of the Red and Green grew, so did the frustration of their opponents, with plenty of penalties and errors allowing the Rabbitohs to strike back - and they did so as the no.7 and no.9 combined to see Meredith score his second. Zampech’s missed conversion saw the scores level at 20-all. A knock-on in the play the ball then allowed the Roosters territory in the Rabbitohs’ half, who went over on the edge in an unconventional passage of play. Handling errors continued to cruel the side in the last quarter of the match, and their opponents sealed the deal with two quick tries just minutes from fulltime in a cruel end to the game.
1 min 0-6 5 min 0-12 9 min 0-16 23 min 6-16 28 min 6-20 HT 6-20 36 min 10-20 39 min 16-20 46 min 20-20 52 min 20-24 58 min 20-30 Meredith 2, Mamouzelos, Aldridge tries Zampech 2 from 4 goals Final Line Up - T G/A FG Flbk - 1 - Aldridge, Logan 1 - - LWng - 5 - Meredith, Daylen 2 - - LCnt - 4 - Mapapalangi, Krystain - - - RCnt - 3 - Parnell, Byron - - - RWng - 21 - Manning, Evan - - - 5/8 - 6 - Teaupa, Dion - - - Half - 7 - Zampech, Bradley - 2/4 - Prop - 8 - Taumoepenu, Tevita - - - Hook - 9 - Mamouzelos, Peter 1 - - (c) Prop - 10 - Olsen, Ben - - - SRow - 11 - Gleeson, Langi - - - SRow - 12 - Dodds, John - - - Lock - 13 - Black, Kye - - - Int - 15 - Shum-Cotrell, Darcy - - - Int - 17 - Malu, Salesi - - - Int - 19 - Manumanunitoga, M. - - - (Maikeli) Int - 23 - Hicks, Ned - - - 4 2/4 - Other U18 Matches 16-4 Masc Norths b St George 34-16 Cabr Parramatta b Victoria 54-6 Prth Illawarra b West Coast 30-28 SMry Canberra b Penrith 28-26 Camp Wests b Manly 24-22 Ende Cronulla b Newcastle 16-8 Kanw C Coast b Canterbury BYE Balmain W D L B Diff PT PARRAMATTA 5 1 - - +46 11 C COAST 5 - 1 - +68 10 ILLAWARRA 4 1 1 - +122 9 MANLY 4 1 1 - +70 9 BALMAIN 3 1 1 1 +58 9 CRONULLA 3 - 2 1 +60 8 ST GEORGE 3 - 2 1 +16 8 CANBERRA 3 - 2 1 +14 8 Newcastle 3 - 3 - +33 6 Syd Rstrs 3 - 3 - +3 6 Canterbury 3 - 3 - -10 6 Norths 2 - 3 1 -12 6 Penrith 2 - 4 - -42 4 Wests 2 - 4 - -24 4 Souths 1 - 5 - -32 2 Victoria - - 5 1 -68 2 West Coast - - 6 - -268 -
NSWRL U16 Matthews Cup Round 6
v Sydney Roosters, 10:00am
Late Changes - Ka and Tuigamala were out. Hawe-De-Thierry started at second row. The Harold Matthews side continued their strong form with a 26-6 victory over the Roosters, earning their sixth consecutive win and remaining undefeated this season. Despite being without a number of first-string players, the Rabbitohs showed they had no troubles with their new-look side, with a right-hand switch saw winger Christian Smirnotis slide over for a try four minutes in. The early dominance turned into a deficit as a number of penalties allowed the Roosters to strike back a few sets later, but with each question the tricolours asked in attack, the Cardinal and Myrtle’s defence had an answer for, continually forcing errors through solid defence. And through those errors, the Rabbitohs took advantage through centre Faresa Palu stepping through the defence to crash over, resulting in a heated exchange between the two teams. The conversion from Naati Teaupa then brought the advantage to four points. But that was just the beginning as Rabbitohs quickly got into gear, with hooker Ratu Vesikula making a break up the middle and finding Dranza Hawe-De-Thierry on his outside. On the next set, Vesikula was the recipient of his strong work, backing up an inside pass and juggling the ball over his head before regathering it to score next to the posts just on the stroke of half time. The second half kicked-off with the heavens opening up, which saw the Red and Green force an error on the first set of the stanza. Defence then became the focal point of the match, with a slew of penalties and errors turning the contest into an arm wrestle. The Red and Green struck first in the second stanza, with winger Mitchell Reeve scoring a near identical try to the team’s first of the day, with a left-side sweep seeing him dive in the corner. The try seemed to boost the side’s ascendency, nearly scoring again through Luca Ace-Nasteski leaping high to score, only for an offside call to go against him. But that didn’t deter the talented centre, who combined with his winger Smirnotis for an incredible 80-metre bust before being the ball was swung across-field which saw Reeve bagged his double to seal the result.
4 min 4-0 10 min 4-6 23 min 10-6 28 min 16-6 HT 16-6 44 min 20-6 56 min 26-6 Reeve 2, Smirnotis, Palu, Vesikula tries N.Teaupa 3 from 5 goals Final Line Up - T G/A FG Flbk - 1 - Kaho, Carson - - - LWng - 2 - Reeve, Mitchell 2 - - LCnt - 4 - Palu, Faresa 1 - - RCnt - 3 - Ace-Nasteski, Luca - - - RWng - 5 - Smirnotis, Christian 1 - - 5/8 - 6 - Di Bartolo, Emanuel - - - (c) Half - 7 - Teaupa, Naati - 3/5 - Prop - 8 - Moale, Davvy - - - Hook - 9 - Vesikula, Ratu 1 - - Prop - 18 - Cottrell, Ame - - - SRow - 17 - Hawe-De-Thierry, D. - - - SRow - 12 - Jang, Braydon - - - Lock - 13 - Chum Kan Tong, J. - - - Int - 15 - Williams, Drew - - - Int - 19 - Halaholo, Clement - - - Int - 22 - Lavaki, Epeli - - - Int - 24 - Taliai, William - - - 5 3/5 - Other U16 Matches 38-4 Masc Norths b St George 12-10 Cabr Parramatta b Balmain 22-20 SMry Penrith b Canberra 32-16 Camp Manly b Wests 32-0 Ende Newcastle b Cronulla 36-12 Kanw Canterbury b C Coast BYE Illawarra W D L B Diff PT NEWCASTLE 5 - - 1 +138 12 SOUTHS 6 - - - +100 12 MANLY 4 - 1 1 +80 10 CANTERBURY 3 - 2 1 +32 8 PARRAMATTA 4 - 2 - +26 8 ILLAWARRA 3 - 2 1 +8 8 CRONULLA 3 - 2 1 -20 8 BALMAIN 2 - 3 1 +34 6 Penrith 3 - 3 - +20 6 Norths 2 - 3 1 -40 6 Canberra 1 - 4 1 -28 4 C Coast 1 - 4 1 -64 4 St George 1 - 4 1 -112 4 Wests 1 - 5 - -60 2 Syd Rstrs 1 - 5 - -112 2
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