2019 NRL Premiership - Round 2

South Sydney v St George-Illawarra

Kogarah Jubilee Oval

Thu Mar 21, 7:50pm

Selected Round 2 Teams

CyberView from the Hill - Last Week

CyberView from the Hill - This Week

Late Changes

Tracey and Hiroti were trimmed 24 hours before the match. C.Allan and Kennedy dropped off the bench.

WIN 34-18

Sam Burgess may have his kicking licence revoked but South Sydney coach Wayne Bennett is likely to give him free rein to do anything else after the English forward sparked a second-half revival to down St George Illawarra at Netstrata Jubilee Stadium. Burgess scored two tries and laid on another one for five-eighth Cody Walker to lead Souths to a 34-18 win after a lacklustre first half in which the Dragons were the ones with more enthusiasm and energy. An attempted kick in which he failed to make contact with the ball was Burgess' only notable blemish in a man-of-the-match performance that prompted commentators and coach Wayne Bennett to declare him the game's greatest forwards. “He’s one of the best forwards in the game, one of the best forwards that’s ever played the game,” Bennett said. Remarkably, Burgess sits atop the NRL's leading try scorer ladder with three in two matches and only left centre Braidon Burns (175 metres) carried the ball further than his 163m against the Dragons. Burgess' feats were even more important given that captain and right centre Greg Inglis was hampered by a right shoulder injury and the Rabbitohs lost former skipper John Sutton in the first half due to a chest problem. The Dragons showed their intent in the opening minutes when Tariq Sims burst through the defence and looked set to score but he lost the ball reaching out to plant it on the try line. Instead it was the Rabbitohs who went out to an early lead after NSW Origin hooker Damien Cook raced out of dummy half and sent Cameron Murray racing past rookie Dragons lock Blake Lawrie and into open space before dummying his way around fullback Gareth Widdop to score. However, the Dragons were the more dominant team in the first half leading 12-6 at the break. Jordan Pereira helped level the scores in the ninth minute after Widdop stepped across the face of the Souths defensive line before finding centre Tim Lafai, who put his winger over with a clever flick pass. Widdop converted from the sideline and St George Illawarra continued to mount pressure on the Rabbitohs through the involvement of Widdop as a third playmaker and offloading by their forwards in the middle. Dragons prop James Graham had passed the ball five times in the first 20 minutes as the home team used quick play-the-balls and exchanges of passing among their forwards to gain easy metres in the middle. Eventually the weight of possession in good field position paid off when five-eighth Corey Norman threw a 20-metre cut out pass for an unmarked Pereira to grab his second try in the 20th minute. A penalty against interchange prop Liam Knight for an apparent chicken wing on James Graham enabled Widdop to extend St George Illawarra’s lead to 12-6 in the 28th minute. Perhaps even worse for Souths fans in the 10,080 crowd at that particular point in time was the sight of Sutton heading for the dressing room. Bennett had used all four of his bench players by this stage, compared to just one by Paul McGregor in an indication of the toll that the expansive Dragons attacking game was taking on their bigger opponents. If it looked like the break couldn't come quick enough for Souths, the way they started the second half confirmed it as they returned a rejuvenated side and quickly gained the lead and control of the match. Burgess helped level the scores at 12-12 in the 44th minute when he burst through the defence to score and he then laid on a try for Walker four minutes later as the Rabbitohs shifted up a gear. Pereira had the chance to grabbed his third try in the 52nd minute but he was unable to take a Lafai pass and Souths scored again on the ensuing set of tackles through centre Braidon Burns. The Rabbitohs continued to target St George Illawarra’s right edge and were again rewarded when Campbell Graham scored in the 62nd minute after fullback Alex Johnston swivelled out of the tackle of Fijian winger Mikaele Ravalawa, although Cook's pass to Walker looked forward. Burgess sealed the win when he crashed over in the 70th minute to score his second try of the match before Lafai grabbed a consolation try four minutes later for the home side.

 5 min  6-0
 8 min  6-6
19 min  6-10
29 min  6-12
42 min 12-12
46 min 18-12
55 min 24-12
60 min 28-12
70 min 34-12
74 min 34-18

S.Burgess 2, Murray, Walker, Burns, Graham tries
Reynolds 5 from 6 goals

Crowd      10,080
Referee    G.Sutton/P.Gough

Scrums      6-4
Penalities  7-9

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  -  13   2  101  -  -   -  1  -  -     - 
LWng -  5 - Graham, Campbell      80   6  -  1  1  10   -  128  -  -   -  -  1  -     -
LCnt -  4 - Burns, Braidon        80  12  -  2  1  15   5  175  -  1   3  -  1  -     -
RCnt -  3 - Inglis, Greg          80  13  -  6  -  10   2   92  1  -   -  -  -  -     - (c)
RWng -  2 - Gagai, Dane           80   6  -  5  -  16   -  143  3  -   1  -  -  -     - 
5/8  -  6 - Walker, Cody          80  17  1  2  1  10   2   62  -  -   3  -  1  -     - 
Half -  7 - Reynolds, Adam        80  18  1  4  -   7   -   39  -  -  13  1  -  5/6   - 
Prop -  8 - Tatola, Junior        33  22  -  1  -   7   -   69  -  1   -  -  -  -     - 
Hook -  9 - Cook, Damien          80  38  1  1  -  16  13   81  2  1   1  2  -  -     - 
Prop - 10 - Burgess, Tom          45  14  1  1  -  10   -  114  1  -   -  -  -  -     - 
SRow - 11 - Sutton, John          26  10  1  1  -   2   -   25  1  -   -  -  -  -     - 
SRow - 12 - Burgess, Sam          71  25  -  1  2  19   -  163  2  1   -  -  2  -     - 
Lock - 13 - Murray, Cameron       56  30  3  1  1  11   -  134  -  1   -  -  1  -     - 

Int  - 14 - Knight, Liam          35  22  1  1  -  11   -   96  1  1   -  -  -  -     - 
Int  - 15 - Nicholls, Mark        31  16  -  1  -   7   -   77  -  -   -  -  -  -     - 
Int  - 16 - Lowe, Ethan           54  12  -  4  -   9   -   85  -  -   -  -  -  -     - 
Int  - 17 - Turner, Kyle          51  26  -  -  -   4   -   24  -  -   -  -  -  -     - 

                                     293  9 33  6         1617 11  6  21  4  6  5/6   -

Completion Rate      - 32 / 43  74%

Opposition Offloads  - 17

Effective 1st Tackles

 0 min  48m Reynolds kick 20m / SS P(Sutton) / (SI NO TRY)
 3 min  15m SI Err / Reynolds kick COF
 5 min   0m TRY Om
 7 min  97m P / SS Err(TBurgess) 41m / SS 6TG(Vurns) / (SI TRY)
10 min  21m KO
13 min   6m SCR / Reynolds kick
14 min  38m Cook kick
16 min  61m SI Err / Reynolds kick COF 16m / SS P(Reynolds)
18 min  75m DO 56m SS P(TBurgess) / (SI TRY)
21 min  16m KO
22 min  72m Reynolds kick COF 13m / SS p(Cook)
24 min  64m SI Err P / SS Err(Sutton)
26 min  20m Reynolds kick
27 min 100m SS ChDn(Murray) 55m / SS P(Knight) (SI GOAL)
29 min  11m KO
31 min  16m Reynolds kick
32 min   0m P / Reynolds kick CIG
34 min   4m Gagai kick
36 min   0m Reynolds kick CIG
37 min  30m SS Err(Knight) SCR
39 min  65m SI Err SCR / P / SS Err(SBurgess) 16m / SS P(Walker)

half time

40 min  20m KO
41 min  12m Walker kick Burns kick
42 min   0m SI Err SCR / P / TRY
45 min   0m Reynolds kick CIG
46 min   0m TRY
48 min  10m Walker kick
50 min  76m SS Err(Cook)
51 min  89m SS Err(Cook) SCR
55 min   0m SI Err SCR / P / Reynolds kick TRY
57 min   0m Burns kick CIG
58 min  21m SS Err(SBurgess)
60 min   0m SI Err SCR / TRY
62 min  51m Burns kick 3m / SS P(Murray)
65 min  79m SS Err(Gagai) SCR
67 min  76m SS Err(Gagai) SCR
69 min  40m SI Err SCR / Reynolds kick DIG 34m SS P(Murray)
70 min   0m SI Err / TRY
71 min  68m ShKO
72 min  92m SI Err SS Err(Gagai)
74 min  96m DO SS P(Reynolds) / (SI TRY)
76 min  20m KO
78 min  22m P / Walker kick
79 min  64m SI Err SCR Reynolds kick

Average effective 1st tackle location
- 37.7m - for the whole match

- 39.5m - 1st half  
- 36.3m - 2nd half  

Other First Grade Matches

22-10 Bruc Melbourne  b Canberra
29-10 Lang Brisbane   b Nth Qld
20-6  Ende Cronulla   b Gold Coast
16-14 NISC Penrith    b Newcastle
26-18 Brok Syd Rstrs  b Manly
36-16 StAu Parramatta b Canterbury
34-6  Camp Wests-Tig  b Warriors

               W D  L B Diff PT
WESTS-TIG      2 -  - -  +42  4
PARRAMATTA     2 -  - -  +28  4
SOUTHS         2 -  - -  +26  4
MELBOURNE      2 -  - -  +22  4
BRISBANE       1 -  1 -   +9  2
CANBERRA       1 -  1 -   +9  2
CRONULLA       1 -  1 -   +8  2
WARRIORS       1 -  1 -   +6  2
Newcastle      1 -  1 -   +4  2
Syd Rstrs      1 -  1 -   -2  2
Penrith        1 -  1 -   -6  2
Nth Qld        1 -  1 -   -7  2
Manly          - -  2 -  -22  -
St Geo-Ill     - -  2 -  -28  -
Gold Coast     - -  2 -  -35  -
Canterbury     - -  2 -  -54  -
      

Judiciary News

Rabbitohs forward Liam Knight has received a grade two dangerous contact – other charge after an incident in the 28th minute of last night's match against the St. George Illawarra Dragons The base penalty is 200 points (two matches) with no loading. Knight entered a guilty plea but has chosen to have the charge downgraded. He however will miss the next two games after failing to get his grade two dangerous contact charge downgraded at the NRL Judiciary.

Reserve Grade - Canterbury NSW Premiership Round 2

v St George-Illawarra, Redfern Oval, Sat Mar 23 2:30pm

WIN 24-20

Late Changes - Higgins, Tracey, Gordon and Walmsley were out. O'Connor started on the wing, Johns at half and Peoples at second row. Rabbitohs fullback Corey Allan was the hero in his side's emphatic last-gasp 24-20 victory over the St. George Illawarra Dragons at the Metricon High Performance Centre at Redfern Oval. A number of changes were made before kick-off, most notably with halfback Connor Tracey being replaced by Jack Johns. But Tracey’s absence wasn’t immediately missed, as the side shot out of the blocks with a bomb from five-eighth Bayley Sironen seeing replacement winger Dylan O’Connor scoop up the pill from a Dragons error to score in the first minute of the match. Another Dragons error was backed up with a penalty, giving the Red and Green another shot to strike, and after prop Rhys Kennedy was held up, another penalty allowed the home side to produce more pressure. And that turned into points as Kennedy made sure he got the ball down on his next effort, doubling his side’s lead after ten minutes, with Mawene Hiroti’s conversion giving the side a 10-nil lead after ten minutes. But the Dragons would strike next as Luciano Leilua produced a break 30 metres out, touching down next to the posts. Zac Lomax converted the try to close the gap to four. A slew of errors from the Dragons gave the Red and Green with ample opportunity to strike back, midway through the half, but from the home side couldn't manage to get the final shot in. However, the Rabbitohs failed to waver and their pressure then produced points, as Johns made his first play of the match, placing a perfectly weighted grubber for centre Jacob Gagan to score. Hiroti’s conversion gave the side a ten-point buffer just after a quarter of the match. The final ten minutes of the second half turned into an arm-wrestle, with the Dragons forcing a drop-out and both sides exchanging errors with no further points being scored. The second stanza began in the most undesirable start, with the kick-off going out on the full. setting the tone for the next period of the match. With the ensuing penalty giving the Dragons a chance to close the margin, the defence was on red-alert, and the commitment from the South Sydney contingent forced an error from their opponents. Two quick-fire tries handed the Dragons the lead as they gained the ascendency, however, the Cardinal and Myrtle refused to give in, continuing to ask questions of their opponents despite their discipline cruelling them. The sides exchanged penalty kicks to see the Dragons lead by two with minutes left, but a number of errors welcomed back the Rabbitohs back into the match. Johns and Allan then combined for the game-winning play in the 77th minute, with the fullback honing in on a grubber kick and kicking ahead himself to dive over in the corner. Mawene Hiroti was on-song with the boot, kicking four from four, icing a 24-20 win for the Red and Green in a memorable contest.

 1 min  4-0
 8 min 10-0
13 min 10-6
23 min 16-6
43 min 16-12
51 min 16-18
63 min 18-18
70 min 18-20
78 min 24-20

O'Connor, Kennedy, Gagan, C.Allan tries
Hiroti 4 from 5 goals

Scrums     9-9
Penalties  5-8

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

Flbk -  1 - Allan, Corey          80   3  -  1  -   9   -   59  -  1   1  -  1  -     -
LWng -  2 - Hiroti, Mawene        80   2  1  2  -  10   1  100  -  -   -  -  -  4/5   -
LCnt -  3 - Gagan, Jacob          80   7  -  1  -   7   -   72  -  -   -  -  1  -     -
RCnt -  4 - Denniss, Cory         80   6  -  -  -   6   -   60  2  -   -  -  -  -     -
RWng - 18 - O'Connor, Dylan       80   1  -  -  -   9   -   86  -  -   -  -  1  -     -
5/8  -  6 - Sironen, Bayley       80  23  -  1  -   9   -   59  -  -   7  -  -  -     -
Half - 11 - Johns, Jack           80  18  -  2  -   4   -   35  2  -   9  1  -  -     -
Prop -  8 - Amone, Tom            53  13  -  1  -  14   -  143  -  -   -  -  -  -     - 
Hook -  9 - Brittain, Billy       80  30  -  -  -  12   8   65  -  -   3  1  -  -     - (c)
Prop - 10 - Kennedy, Rhys         50  29  1  4  1  10   -   85  -  -   -  -  1  -     - 
SRow - 17 - Peoples, Trent        80  35  -  3  -  12   -  109  1  -   -  -  -  -     -
SRow - 12 - Britt, Dean           73  31  3  3  -  10   -   96  1  1   -  -  -  -     - 
Lock - 13 - Koloamatangi, Keaon   47  24  1  -  -  14   -  150  -  1   -  -  -  -     - 

Int  - 14 - Rodwell, Ky           33  21  1  -  -   8   -   81  -  -   -  -  -  -     - 
Int  - 15 - Ta'avale, Lucky       24  15  1  1  -   7   -   55  -  -   -  -  -  -     - 
Int  - 16 - Gray, Brock           33  22  -  -  -   3   -   33  -  -   -  -  -  -     - 
Int  - 20 - Hills, Lyndon          7   8  -  -  -   -   -    -  -  -   -  -  -  -     - 

                                     288  8 19  1         1295  6  3  20  2  4  4/5   -

Completion Rate      - 29 / 36  81%

Opposition Offloads  - 9

Other Reserve Grade Matches

32-16 Ende Mt Prtchrd b Newtown
20-4  NISC Penrith    b Newcastle
22-12 Brok Norths     b Blacktown
24-22 Leic Wntwrthvll b Canterbury
48-10 Camp Wests      b Warriors

                W D  L B Diff PT
WESTS           2 -  - -  +57  4
PENRITH         2 -  - -  +26  4
SOUTHS          2 -  - -   +8  4
MT PRITCHARD    1 1  - -  +16  3
NEWCASTLE       1 -  1 -   +8  2
NORTHS          1 -  1 -   +6  2
CANTERBURY      1 -  1 -   +3  2
WENTWORTHVILLE  1 -  1 -   -8  2
St Geo-Ill      - 1  1 -   -4  1
Blacktown       - -  2 -  -29  -
Newtown         - -  2 -  -40  -
Warriors        - -  2 -  -43  -

U20 NSW Jersey Flegg Cup - Round 1

v St George-Illawarra, 12:15pm

DRAW 28-28

Late Changes - Akauola dropped off the bench. The Rabbitohs Jersey Flegg side kicked their season off in an absolute thriller, drawing with the St. George Illawarra Dragons 28-all at the Metricon High Performance Centre at Redfern Oval in their first match of the season. And they started the match in great fashion, with halfback Blake Taaffe picking up a loose ball from the Dragons to streak 70 metres downfield just getting caught just before the line. But it was second rower Maila Aluni-Chanfoon who took the first points, barging over the line to put his side in front after just five minutes. Taaffe added the extras with a great strike just inside the sideline to make it 6-nil. A strong returning set with plenty of expansive play and offloading was nullified as a penalty allowed the Dragons to return serve, with second rower Luke Gale pouncing on a deft grubber kick minutes later. Gale converted his own try to level the scores after ten minutes. A kicking duel then ensued, with the Dragons pinning the Red and Green back with hooker Jayden Griffin nearly executing a 40/20, only for the Dragons to lose the ball on the next set, with a number of errors and penalties from each side giving the other another chance to strike. But it was the Dragons who would get on the board next, with a long-range break down the sideline setting up centre Shaun Sauni-Esau to score on the next set, despite the Rabbitohs’ best attempts to halt the raid. A forced error on the next set saw the Cardinal and Myrtle back on the attack, and after a penalty for accidental offside, it was five-eighth Marc Zaurrini who sliced through the defence to score. Taaffe added the extras to give the side the lead with just less than ten to go. The back end of the half was all Red and Green, with Taaffee again taking control, making a break through the middle and giving the side ascendency. And it all paid off just on halftime, as bench player Volkan Er crashed over after a number of wayward passes lent him the ball to score, much to the delight of the Redfern faithful. The momentum continued into the second half which began with a huge hit from Rabbitohs second rower Matt French, who launched himself to dislodge the ball. Soon after it was centre Tallis Angianga forcing an error, which was swooped on by Zaurrini, who again split the defence to bag his double. The Red and Green continued to question the defence, throwing offloads and passes at will, but the enthusiasm got the better of the young side as a forced offload gave the Dragons an opportunity to strike back, with the ball going to the left and seeing Sauni-Esau get his second of the day. Fatigue began to settle in for the home side as an enthusiastic chip and chase was diffused, leading to another break by the Dragons and another try to Sauni-Esau to complete his hat-trick, with the conversion levelling the scores. Luck wasn’t on the Rabbitohs side as an error from a kick gave their opponents another opportunity, and although an intercept by Kane Allan nearly saw the speedster streak away, and an offside penalty gave the Dragons the perfect chance to strike again. Ill-discipline continued to cruel the Rabbitohs, but an error from the Dragons showed the determination from the side was still alive, with further composure lending them a chance to hit back. And it was yet another forced error which gave the Rabbitohs a whiff of scoring, with prop Aiden Manowski barging over to level the scores with less than five to go. A thrilling final few minutes, with nerves from both sides leading to errors. With seconds to go, the Rabbitohs opted for a grubber to trap the Dragons behind the in-goal, but with the drop-out going sixty metres, the match finished level to end an entertaining contest.

 3 min  6-0
 8 min  6-6
17 min  6-10
22 min 12-10
34 min 16-10
37 min 22-10
43 min 22-16
48 min 22-22
52 min 22-28
64 min 28-28

Zaurini 2, Aluni-Chanfoon, Er, Manowski tries
Taafe 3 from 4, Tautaiolefua 1 from 1 goals

Scrums     8-5
Penalties  4-8

Final Line Up -
                                   M  T  G/A  FG

Flbk -  1 - Tautaiolefua, James   70  -  1/1   -
LWng -  2 - Mougios, Nic          70  -  -     -
LCnt -  4 - Angianga, Tallis      50  -  -     - 
RCnt -  3 - Frasca, Jack          70  -  -     -
RWng -  5 - Allan, Kane           70  -  -     -
5/8  -  6 - Zaurini, Marc         70  2  -     -
Half -  7 - Taafe, Blake          70  -  3/4   - (c)
Prop -  8 - Bain, Luke            47  -  -     - 
Hook -  9 - Griffen, Jayden       70  -  -     -
Prop - 10 - Manowski, Aiden       35  1  -     - 
SRow - 11 - Aluni-Chanfoon, Maila 70  1  -     -
SRow - 12 - French, Matt          59  -  -     - 
Lock - 13 - Gardner, Brock        33  -  -     - 

Int  - 14 - Puru, Luke            17  -  -     - 
Int  - 15 - Stowers, Augustine    35  -  -     - 
Int  - 16 - Fepuleai, Josh        11  -  -     - 
Int  - 17 - Er, Volkan            53  1  -     - 

                                      5  4/5   -

Other U20 Jersey Flegg Cup Matches

21-21 Bruc Canberra   d Victoria
24-18 Dudl Penrith    b Newcastle
40-18 Brok Syd Rstrs  b Manly
34-0  Ende Cronulla   b Norths
36-10 StAu Canterbury b Parramatta
28-28 Camp Wests-Tig  d Warriors

                W D  L B Diff PT
CRONULLA        1 -  - -  +34  2
CANTERBURY      1 -  - -  +26  2
SYD RSTRS       1 -  - -  +22  2
PENRITH         1 -  - -   +6  2
SOUTHS          - 1  - -    -  1
CANBERRA        - 1  - -    -  1
ST GEO-ILL      - 1  - -    -  1
VICTORIA        - 1  - -    -  1
Warriors        - 1  - -    -  1
Wests-Tigers    - 1  - -    -  1
Newcastle       - -  1 -   -6  -
Manly           - -  1 -  -22  -
Parramatta      - -  1 -  -26  -
Norths          - -  1 -  -34  -

NSWRL U18 SG Ball Cup Round 7

v Victoria Thunderbolts, Casey Fields, Sat Mar 23 2:00pm

WIN 34-30

Late Changes - Kambos started at lock, Black on the bench. After a number of close losses, the South Sydney Rabbitohs SG Ball side have come away with a miraculous victory against the Victoria Thunderbolts on Saturday afternoon. The side travelled down to Melbourne having lost their last five matches in a number of close matches, just unable to seal the deal on multiple occasions. The Red and Green began proceedings in strong fashion, with Byron Parnell and Peter Mamouzelos crossing in the first six minutes for a 12-nil lead. But the home side soon struck back with a double of their own, with both teams striking once again to see the Thunderbolts up 20-16 at half-time. A try just after the break saw the deficit extend to ten, but winger Daylen Meredith crashed over with an impressive try to bring the side back within striking distance. Again, the two sides traded blows as Dean Ieremia scored for the Thunderbolts, while the Rabbitohs Maikeli Manumanunitoga scored with ten to go. Captain Peter Mamouzelos was the hero, scoring the decisive try - and his third for the day - in the 65th minute to put his side in front to earn an emphatic and well-deserved 34-30 victory.

 4 min  6-0
 6 min 12-0
12 min 12-6
15 min 12-10
22 min 12-16
28 min 16-16
32 min 16-20
38 min 16-26
39 min 16-30
47 min 22-30
61 min 28-30
64 min 34-30

Mamouzelos 3, Parnell, Meredith, Manumanunitoga tries
Zampech 5 from 6 goals

Final Line Up -
                                  T  G/A  FG

Flbk -  1 - Aldridge, Logan       -  -     -
LWng -  5 - Meredith, Daylen      1  -     -
LCnt -  4 - Mapapalangi, Krystain -  -     -
RCnt -  3 - Parnell, Byron        1  -     -
RWng -  2 - Malu, Salesi          -  -     - 
5/8  -  6 - Teaupa, Dion          -  -     -
Half -  7 - Zampech, Bradley      -  5/6   -
Prop -  8 - Taumoepenu, Tevita    -  -     -
Hook -  9 - Mamouzelos, Peter     3  -     - (c)
Prop - 10 - Olsen, Ben            -  -     -
SRow - 11 - Gleeson, Langi        -  -     -
SRow - 12 - Dodds, John           -  -     -
Lock - 17 - Kambos, Zach          -  -     -

Int  - 16 - Gale, Lachlan         -  -     -
Int  - 18 - Hicks, Ned            -  -     -
Int  - 19 - Manumanunitoga, M.    1  -     - (Maikeli)
Int  - 13 - Black, Kye            -  -     -

                                  6  5/6   -

Other U18 Matches

38-6  Layb Manly      b Syd Rstrs
30-14 Leic Penrith    b Balmain
26-12 CrHS Norths     b Cronulla
40-16 Koga Illawarra  b St George
24-20 Dudl C Coast    b Newcastle
40-6  Leic Canberra   b Wests
24-20 Belm Canterbury b Parramatta
BYE        West Coast

               W D  L B Diff PT
C COAST        6 -  1 -  +72 12
ILLAWARRA      5 1  1 - +146 11
MANLY          5 1  1 - +102 11
PARRAMATTA     5 1  1 -  +42 11
CANBERRA       4 -  2 1  +48 10
BALMAIN        3 1  2 1  +42  9
CRONULLA       3 -  3 1  +54  8
NORTHS         3 -  3 1   +2  8
Canterbury     4 -  3 -   -6  8
St George      3 -  3 1   -8  8
Newcastle      3 -  4 -  +29  6
Penrith        3 -  4 -  -26  6
Syd Rstrs      3 -  4 -  -29  6
Souths         2 -  5 -  -28  4
Wests          2 -  5 -  -58  4
Victoria       - -  6 1  -72  2
West Coast     - -  6 1 -268  2

NSWRL U16 Matthews Cup Round 7

BYE



Other U16 Matches

28-8  Layb Manly      b Syd Rstrs
32-14 Leic Penrith    b Balmain
18-12 CrHS Norths     b Cronulla
22-4  Koga Illawarra  b St George
40-6  Dudl Newcastle  b C Coast
28-4  Belm Canterbury b Parramatta
16-14 Leic Canberra   b Wests
     
               W D  L B Diff PT
NEWCASTLE      6 -  - 1 +172 14
SOUTHS         6 -  - 1 +100 14
MANLY          5 -  1 1 +100 12
CANTERBURY     4 -  2 1  +56 10
ILLAWARRA      4 -  2 1  +26 10
PENRITH        4 -  3 -  +38  8
PARRAMATTA     4 -  3 -   +2  8
CRONULLA       3 -  3 1  -26  8
Norths         3 -  3 1  -34  8
Balmain        2 -  4 1  +16  6
Canberra       2 -  4 1  -26  6
C Coast        1 -  5 1  -98  4
St George      1 -  5 1 -130  4
Wests          1 -  6 -  -62  2
Syd Rstrs      1 -  6 - -132  2

Womens NSWRL Premiership - Round 1

BYE



Other Womens NSW Premiership Matches

22-4  Belm Wntwrthvll b Canterbury
48-4  Cabr Cabramatta b Penrith-Br
20-0  Dudl Newcastle  b Wests-Tig
30-0  Aubr Mt Prtchrd b St Marys
14-10 CrHS Norths     b Cronulla
     
               W D  L B Diff PT
CABRAMATTA     1 -  - -  +44  2
MT PRITCHARD   1 -  - -  +30  2
NEWCASTLE      1 -  - -  +20  2
WENWORTHVILLE  1 -  - -  +18  2
NORTHS         1 -  - -   +4  2
SOUTHS         - -  - 1    -  2
Cronulla       - -  1 -   -4  -
Canterbury     - -  1 -  -18  -
Wests-Tigers   - -  1 -  -20  -
St Marys       - -  1 -  -30  -
Penrith-Br     - -  1 -  -44  -



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