2019 NRL Premiership - Round 10

South Sydney v Canberra

Bruce Stadium

Sat May 18, 7:30pm

Selected Round 10 Teams

CyberView from the Hill - Last Week

CyberView from the Hill - This Week

Late Changes

Sironen and Amone were trimmed 24 hours before the match. Tatola started at prop and George Burgess on the bench. Turner was ruled out with a broken toe. Gagan was 18th man.

WIN 16-12

South Sydney have stood strong and repelled a courageous Raiders outfit to claim their sixth win a row 16-12 at GIO Stadium. The match of the round took a while to warm up. A try-less first half was littered with penalties as the wrath of the referees came down on South Sydney skipper Sam Burgess. From the first eight penalties the Rabbitohs conceded, he gave away five of them. His brother George Burgess conceded two more. However, a try to Cody Walker soon after half-time off the back of a seven-tackle set gave the visitors the momentum needed as to hang in there for their ninth win of the season. The loss for Canberra is another heartbreaking one, with Ricky Stuart's men losing by a combined 10 points against the Roosters and Rabbitohs in the space of a week. Things started off on a slightly sour note with two penalties in a row for the Raiders being offside. Souths elected to take points with Adam Reynolds slotting the easy shot to make it 2-0. Souths looked set to camp in the Raiders 20-metre area after earning back to back sets, but a one-on-one strip and penalties released the pressure on the home side. The clash quickly resembled a heavyweight fight, with both packs standing toe-to-toe in the middle of the field with neither flinching. Jarrod Croker also decided to take the easy points off the back of three penalties from the Rabbitohs, with the side's locked up at 2-2 after 19 minutes. The feeling in the game started to bubble to the surface, with Sam Burgess and Hudson Young getting into an altercation before Burgess turned his attention to a few others in the Raiders pack. The home side looked set to score first after Josh Hodgson drifted across field with Josh Papalii charging through a yawning gap only to be held up short after colliding heavily with the post - and Souths lock cameron Murray. Burgess continued to be goaded by the Raiders and it ended up with Croker putting the home side ahead 4-2. The frenetic pace of the game was slowed in the 31st minute when Liam Knight and Hodgson had their heads bandaged after a heavy tackle. A lazy effort in the tackle by George Burgess saw the Souths prop take Jack Wighton high, giving Croker another shot at goal. But the ball hit the left-hand upright and rebounded into the hands of the home side before the Rabbitohs gave away yet another penalty in their 20-metre area. Croker made no mistake with his second chance, as Canberra lead 6-2. But then they caught the penalties bug on their own goal line, giving Reynolds another easy shot on goal to make it 6-4 at half-time. Souths looked to have got the perfect start to the second half when John Sutton scurried through to pounce on a grubber into the in-goal only for the video referee to rule the Rabbitohs veteran lost possession. A misread from the Raiders in defence saw a huge gap open up in the 50th minute with the away side scoring the first try of the game to Cody Walker and shoot to a 10-6 lead. But the Raiders replied nine minute later through a Nic Cotric break before Elliott Whitehead backing up had halfback Sam Williams inside him. Canberra snaffled back the lead 12-10 with 20 minutes to play. Souths hit back against a back-peddling Raiders team with the Bunnies shifting the ball to their right with Mawene Hiroti crossing out wide off a sublime Walker pass. Reynolds nailed the sideline conversion and the game was set for a thrilling finish, with the visitors edging ahead 16-12 with less than 10 minutes remaining. A mistake from the Rabbitohs gave the home side a golden chance late to steal the game, with Croker seemingly over the line only for the ball to be jolted loose in the tackle. A clutch strip from Raiders forward Corey Horsburgh saw the Green Machine get one last crack. But Rabbitohs stand-in fullback Corey Allan swallowed up a close-range grubber to keep the victory intact.

10 min  2-0
20 min  2-2
26 min  2-4
34 min  2-6
39 min  4-6
HT      4-6
50 min 10-6
59 min 10-12
70 min 16-12

Walker, Hiroti tries
Reynolds 4 from 4 goals

Crowd      16,965
Referee    B.Cummins/C.Butler

Scrums      4-4 (1H 1-1)
Penalities  6-8 (1H 5-7)

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

Flbk -  1 - Allan, Corey          80   5  -  2  -  10   1   80  -  1   -  -  -  -     - 
LWng -  5 - Graham, Campbell      80  10  -  2  -  14   1  116  -  -   -  -  -  -     -
LCnt - 16 - Lowe, Ethan           80  18  -  3  -  13   1  128  -  1   -  -  -  -     - 
RCnt -  4 - Gagai, Dane           80  13  -  1  -  16   3  146  1  -   -  -  -  -     -
RWng -  2 - Hiroti, Mawene        80   4  -  4  2  14   1   96  1  -   -  -  1  -     -
5/8  -  6 - Walker, Cody          80  16  -  3  1  11   -   78  1  -   6  1  1  -     -
Half -  7 - Reynolds, Adam        80  19  -  3  -   7   -   38  -  -  12  -  -  4/4   -
Prop - 14 - Tatola, Junior        35  21  -  1  -   9   -   86  1  1   -  -  -  -     -     [0-24,61-72]
Hook -  9 - Cook, Damien          80  41  -  -  -   9   7   47  -  2   3  1  -  -     -
Prop - 10 - Burgess, Tom          43  32  -  3  -   9   -   86  -  1   -  -  -  -     -     [0-24,61-80]
SRow - 11 - Sutton, John          65  22  -  1  -  11   -  111  -  -   1  -  -  -     -     [0-65]
SRow - 12 - Burgess, Sam          80  33  5  5  -  10   -   84  -  -   -  -  -  -     - (c) 
Lock - 13 - Murray, Cameron       67  42  1  1  -  14   -  119  -  1   -  -  -  -     -     [0-40,53-80]

Int  -  8 - Burgess, George       24  13  2  -  -   7   -   57  1  -   -  -  -  -     -     [24-53,72-77]
Int  - 15 - Nicholls, Mark        31  15  -  1  -   6   -   40  -  -   -  -  -  -     -     [30-61]
Int  - 17 - Knight, Liam          30  24  -  1  -   9   -   92  1  -   -  -  -  -     -     [24-30,40-61,77-80]
Int  - 20 - Britt, Dean           15   8  -  -  -   4   -   48  -  -   -  -  -  -     -     [65-80]

                                     336  8 31  3         1461  7  7  22  2  2  4/4   -

Completion Rate      - 31 / 37  84%

Opposition Offloads  - 4

Effective 1st Tackles

 1 min  14m Reynolds kick COF
 2 min  30m Reynolds kick COF
 4 min  28m Reynolds kick COF
 5 min  47m DO
 7 min  27m Walker kick COF
10 min   0m SCR P / P GOAL
13 min  22m Reynolds kick COF
14 min  19m Reynolds kick COF
16 min  22m Walker kick Cook kick
17 min 100m C Err / SS Err(Tatola) 10m SS P(SBurgess) 53m / SS P(SBurgess) 80 / SS P(SBurgess) (C GOAL)
21 min  18m KO
22 min  41m Reynolds kick COF 19m SS P(Murray)
24 min 100m DO 62m / SS P(SBurgess) (C GOAL)
27 min   2m KO
29 min   0m Reynolds kick CIG
30 min 100m SS Err(GBurgess) SCR 36m / SS P(GBurgess) 77m / SS P(GBurgess) (C NO GOAL) / SS P(SBurgess) (C GOAL)
35 min  22m KO
37 min   5m P / Cook kick
39 min   0m C 6TG P / P GOAL

half time

40 min  21m KO
41 min  40m Reynolds kick COF
44 min  35m C Err / Sutton kick SCR
47 min  30m SCR / P / Reynolds kick SS NO TRY SS Err(Sutton)
49 min  31m Reynolds kick COF
50 min   0m TRY
53 min  45m Reynolds kick
55 min  18m Cook kick
57 min  20m C Err / C 6TG SCR / SS Err(Knight) SCR
59 min  39m C Err / Reynolds kick DIG / (C TRY)
61 min  20m KO
63 min  41m Reynolds kick COF
64 min   8m C Err SCR / Walker kick
66 min  55m SS Err(Walker) SCR
69 min   7m ChOv
70 min   0m TRY
73 min   7m Walker kick
75 min  28m Walker kick COF
76 min  99m SS Err(Hiroti) / (C NO TRY)
77 min  88m C Err SCR SS Err(Gagai)
78 min  65m DO

Average effective 1st tackle location
- 34.2m - for the whole match

- 34.7m - 1st half  
- 33.8m - 2nd half  

Other First Grade Matches

24-22 MRSt Melbourne  b Wests-Tig
30-10 Penr Warriors   b Penrith
15-10 Lang Brisbane   b Syd Rstrs
22-16 Robi Canterbury b Gold Coast
17-10 Town Nth Qld    b Parramatta
45-12 Mudg Newcastle  b St Geo-Ill
24-14 Ende Manly      B Cronulla

               W D  L B Diff PT
SOUTHS         9 -  1 - +101 18
MELBOURNE      8 -  2 - +114 16
SYD RSTRS      8 -  2 - +100 16
CANBERRA       6 -  4 -  +61 12
MANLY          6 -  4 -  +25 12
NEWCASTLE      5 -  5 -  +41 10
WESTS-TIG      5 -  5 -   -2 10
PARRAMATTA     5 -  5 -   -9 10
Cronulla       5 -  5 -  -11 10
Warriors       4 -  6 -  -14  8
Brisbane       4 -  6 -  -22  8
St Geo-Ill     4 -  6 -  -53  8
Nth Qld        4 -  6 -  -57  8
Canterbury     3 -  7 -  -88  6
Gold Coast     2 -  8 -  -73  4
Penrith        2 -  8 - -113  4
      

Judiciary News

No one has been charged from the match.

Reserve Grade - Canterbury NSW Premiership Round 9

v Mt Pritchard, Penrith Park, Sat May 18 3:00pm

LOSS 18-32

Late Changes - Mougios, Tracey, Britt, Brittain and Sironen were out. Tautaiolefua started fullback, Higgins wing, Dodd at centre, Johns 5/8, Rodwell at prop, Peoples at second row with Butler and Ta'avale on the bench. With a number of senior players sidelined, the South Sydney Rabbitohs Canterbury Cup side have come away from Panthers Stadium with a 32-18 defeat to Mounties in their Round 10 clash. Missing captain and hooker Billy Brittain, chief five-eighth Connor Tracey and cornerstone forward Dean Britt, with winger and goalkicker Mawene Hiroti elevated to the NRL side, Shane Millard's young and inexperienced side were gallant in defeat against the first-placed Mounties side. In their places were Jersey Flegg duo James Tautaiolefua at fullback as well as livewire hooker Josh Cook, with backrower Jack Johns deputising in the no.6 jersey and new addition to the side, Levi Dodd, playing in the centres. It was Mounties who would score first, despite losing fullback Brad Abbey to injury, with Tom Starling going over after nine minutes of play. The Rabbitohs hit back soon after, with Jack Johns going over to score, or so they thought, only for the referee to deny the try due to obstruction. With the absence of Britt, front rower Tom Amone made his presence felt, scoring his side's first try of the match, doubling up as his first four-pointer in the Cardinal and Myrtle. But the overall class from Mounties was too much for the youthful Rabbitohs, as they went on to score three more tries, including two in the last five minutes to extend their lead to eighteen at the break. But the men in Red and Green would provide some spectacular play in the Canterbury Cup's own Magic Round, with Leigh Higgins the first to score in the second half thanks to some smart ball movement from twenty-year-olds James Tautaiolefua and Dean Hawkins giving the side a much-needed breath of life. That effort wasn't enough though, as their opponents kicked a late penalty goal to seal victory, with Jack Johns scoring a consolation try five minutes from fulltime.

 7 min  0-6
18 min  6-6
24 min  6-12
35 min  6-18
39 min  6-24
HT      6-24
45 min 12-24
70 min 12-26
75 min 18-26
79 min 18-32

Amone, Higgins, Hawkins tries
Hawkins 2 from 2, Dodd 1 from 1 goals

Penalties  7-10(1H 3-7)

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

Flbk - 20 - Tautaiolefua, James   80   4  -  3  -  11   -  125  -  -   -  1  -  -     -
LWng -  1 - Higgins, Leigh        80   5  1  1  1   9   -   65  -  -   -  -  1  -     -
LCnt -  3 - Gagan, Jacob          80   9  1  2  -   9   -   60  1  -   -  -  -  -     -
RCnt - 19 - Dodd, Levi            80  16  1  2  -   9   1   70  1  -   -  -  -  1/1   -
RWng -  5 - O'Connor, Dylan       80   2  1  -  -   9   2   70  -  -   1  -  -  -     -
5/8  - 12 - Johns, Jack           80  13  -  -  -   8   1   55  1  -   4  -  -  -     -
Half -  7 - Hawkins, Dean         80  18  2  4  1  11   -  105  2  1  14  1  1  2/2   - (c)
Prop -  8 - Amone, Tom            54  29  -  4  1  13   -  154  -  -   -  -  1  -     -     [0-30,46-69]
Hook - 18 - Cook, Josh            80  38  -  3  -   5   5   32  -  -   1  -  -  -     - 
Prop - 10 - Rodwell, Ky           43  24  1  2  -   9   -  103  -  -   -  -  -  -     -     [0-32,69-80]
SRow - 11 - Koloamatangi, Keaon   80  28  -  4  -  18   -  169  1  1   -  -  -  -     - 
SRow - 17 - Peoples, Trent        80  19  -  1  -  12   -  102  1  -   -  -  -  -     - 
Lock - 14 - Gray, Brock           41  25  1  2  -   6   -   65  -  -   -  -  -  -     -     [0-27,55-68]

Int  -  4 - Butler, Tarquinn      53  22  1  4  -   6   1   39  -  -   -  -  -  -     -     [27-80]
Int  - 15 - Hills, Lyndon         22  11  1  1  1   5   -   72  -  -   -  -  -  -     -     [32-55]
Int  - 16 - Gordon, Yileen        16  10  -  1  -   4   -   34  -  -   -  -  -  -     -     [30-46]
Int  - 21 - Ta'avale, Lucky       11   9  -  -  -   3   -   30  -  -   -  -  -  -     -     [68-80]

                                     282 10 34  4         1361  7  2  20  2  3  3/3   -

Completion Rate      - 30 / 38  79%

Opposition Offloads  - 3

Other Reserve Grade Matches

10-10 Penr Canterbury d Wests
28-10 Penr Penrith    b Warriors
34-20 Hens Norths     b Wntwrthvll
44-28 Hens Newtown    b Blacktown
32-6  Hens St Geo-Ill b Newcastle

                W D  L B Diff PT
MT PRITCHARD    7 1  1 - +136 15
PENRITH         7 -  2 -  +28 14
NORTHS          6 -  3 -  +50 12
ST GEO-ILL      5 1  3 - +102 11
SOUTHS          5 -  4 -  +16 10
WESTS           4 1  4 -  +19  9
CANTERBURY      4 1  4 -  -47  9
WENTWORTHVILLE  4 -  5 -  +19  8
Newtown         3 -  6 -  -66  6
Newcastle       3 -  6 -  -82  6
Warriors        2 1  6 -  -51  5
Blacktown       1 1  7 - -115  3

Womens NSWRL Premiership - Round 7

v Cronulla-Sutherland, Shark Park, Sun May 19 1:30pm

LOSS 20-40

Late Changes - Young, Clay, Waters are Fonokalafi are out. McGrady starts fullback, Murray on the wing, O'Mealey at five-eighth, Kelly at half. The South Sydney Rabbitohs Harvey Norman Women's Premiership have been defeated in their Round 10 clash against the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks at Pointsbet Stadium. Despite trailing at halftime, the Women in Red and Green brought pride back to their side with a big second-half performance. The first half an hour of the match was all Cronulla, scoring six tries to lead 30-nil, with the Rabbitohs starved of possession and unable to capitalise on their chances. But with the ball in hand after the break, an inspirational double from bench player Kandy Kennedy would bring the side back within three tries after ten minutes of the second stanza. And although talented young centre Tayla Pilley and powerful forward Rhianna Sutherland added their names to the scoresheet, the home side were too strong, running away with a 40-20 victory.

 2 min  0-4
 9 min  0-10
12 min  0-16
16 min  0-20
23 min  0-26
26 min  0-30
HT      0-30
31 min  4-30
35 min  4-34
40 min 10-34
45 min 14-34
51 min 14-40
56 min 20-40

Kennedy 2, Pilley, Sutherland tries
Kelly 2 from 4 goals

Final Line Up -
                                  T  G/A  FG

Flbk - 16 - McGrady, Sharon       -  -     -
Wing -  2 - Tallon, Courtney      -  -     -
Cntr -  1 - Doyle, Kari           -  -     -
Cntr -  4 - Pilley, Tayla         1  -     -
Wing -  5 - Murray, Bryanna       -  -     -
5/8  - 21 - O'Mealey, Lavina      -  -     - 
Half -  7 - Kelly, Akira          -  2/4   - 
Prop -  8 - Nean, Kyara           -  -     - 
Hook -  9 - Riley, Rebecca        -  -     - (c)
Prop - 10 - Mo'ale, Monique       -  -     - 
SRow - 11 - Vunakece, Eloise      -  -     - 
SRow - 12 - Boney, Latisha        -  -     - 
Lock - 13 - Gordon, Kyla          -  -     - 

Int  - 14 - Sutherland, Rhianna   1  -     - 
Int  - 15 - Caldwell, Chloe       -  -     - 
Int  - 18 - Kennedy, Kandy        2  -     - 
Int  - 20 - Allende, Jasmin       -  -     - 

                                  4  2/4   -

Other Womens NSW Premiership Matches

34-6  Cabr Newcastle  b Cabramatta
20-14 Andr Norths     b Mt Prtchrd
64-0  Hick Wntwrthvll b Penrith-Br
20-14 SMry Wests-Tig  B St Marys
BYE        Canterbury
     
               W D  L B Diff PT
NORTHS         7 -  - -  +52 14
MT PRITCHARD   6 -  1 - +108 12
NEWCASTLE      5 -  2 - +112 10
CRONULLA       5 -  2 -  +76 10
WENTWORTHVILLE 3 -  3 1  +48  8
SOUTHS         3 -  3 1  +20  8
CABRAMATTA     2 -  4 1  -24  6
ST MARYS       2 -  4 1  -30  6
Wests-Tigers   2 -  4 1  -38  6
Canterbury     - -  6 1 -110  2
Penrith-Br     - -  6 1 -214  2


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