2019 NRL Premiership - Round 16

South Sydney v Bye

Jul 4-7

Selected Round 16 Teams

CyberView from the Hill - Last Week

CyberView from the Hill - This Week

BYE



Other First Grade Matches

16-14 Woll Melbourne  b St Geo-Ill
24-16 WSS  Syd Rstrs  b Wests-Tig
24-22 Ende Brisbane   b Cronulla
BYE        Nth Qld
BYE        Manly
BYE        Gold Coast
BYE        Parramatta
BYE        Canberra
BYE        Penrith
BYE        Canterbury

               W D  L B Diff PT
MELBOURNE     13 -  2 1 +192 28
SYD RSTRS     10 -  5 1  +97 22
SOUTHS        10 -  5 1  +91 22
CANBERRA       9 -  6 1  +81 20
MANLY          9 -  6 1  +44 20
NEWCASTLE      8 -  7 1  +55 18
PARRAMATTA     8 -  7 1  +11 18
CRONULLA       7 -  8 1  +16 16
Wests-Tig      7 -  8 1  -48 16
Penrith        7 -  8 1  -93 16
Warriors       6 -  9 1  -35 14
St Geo-Ill     6 -  9 1  -56 14
Nth Qld        6 -  9 1  -60 14
Brisbane       6 -  9 1  -64 14
Gold Coast     4 - 11 1  -71 10
Canterbury     4 - 11 1 -160 10
      

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Reserve Grade - Canterbury NSW Premiership Round 15

v Mt Pritchard, Redfern Oval, Sat Jul 6 2:00pm

WIN 30-18

Late Changes - C.Allan and Brittain are out. Higgins starts fullback, Paulo on the wing, J.Cook at hooker. South Sydney have defeated Mounties 30 points to 14 in round 16 of the Canterbury Cup on a glorious winter afternoon at Redfern Oval. Halfback Adam Doueihi orchestrated the win with three try-assists, proving to be a threat throughout the match. South Sydney started well with a heap of early possession after Mounties coughed up the ball on just the second play of the match. A penalty and a call of 6-again saw Souths get 3 sets in a row on the Mounties line, although Mounties defended strongly and held the Rabbitohs out. Souths were still able to score first in the 6th minute after halfback Adam Doueihi launched a kick high in the middle of the field. Mounties fullback Michael Oldfield chose not to contest the ball while Jaxson Paulo gathered in the ball and raced away to score under the posts. Mounties received some possession as the half went on, and were able to hit back through Sebastian Kris who burrowed over in the corner in the 17th minute to put the scores at 6-4 to Souths. Minutes later, Doueihi was able to orchestrate a try for debutant Jaydn Su’A as he cut through the Mounties defence, passing to Su’A who scored one of the simplest tries of his career. Doueihi was having plenty of influence on the match. A beautiful torpedo bomb forced an error from Oldfield at the back, gifting Souths more possession in good territory. Souths would go on to extend their lead in the 33rd minute through Mawene Hiroti, who raced past the Mounties defenders after a beautiful set-piece came off from a mid-field scrum, Hiroti grounding the ball in the left corner of the field. He would then convert his own try, leaving the scores at 18-4 going into halftime. Things would go from bad to worse for Mounties as they sent the kick-off dead on the full to start the second half. Souths would extend their lead in the ensuing set through Bayley Sironen, who crashed over the line next to the posts off a beautiful Josh Cook short ball from dummy half. Mounties managed to hit back again in the 47th minute through Royce Hunt who crashed through two South Sydney defenders to score in the corner. However a 53rd minute penalty goal by Hiroti saw Souths extend their lead to 16 points. Jaydn Su’A came from the field in the 66th minute to a standing ovation from the Redfern faithful for his efforts on debut. This was followed shortly by a beautiful try to Mawene Hiroti – his second for the game as well as Doueihi’s third assist. Mounties managed a consolation try in the 73rd minute to Andre Niko who scored untouched in the right-hand corner of the field, although he was unable to convert the try with a difficult kick from the sideline. In an unfortunate end to the game both sides were reduced to 12 players after a fight broke out in the middle of the field between Corey Horsbrough and Tom Amone. Mounties managed another consolation try with the extra space on the field, with Sam Williams streaking down the touch line in the 79th minute to score in the corner, leaving the scores at 30-18 at fulltime.

 5 min  6-0
17 min  6-4
25 min 12-4
32 min 18-4
HT     18-4
43 min 24-4
46 min 24-10
53 min 26-10
66 min 30-10
72 min 30-14
78 min 30-18

Hiroti 2, Paulo, Su'A, Sironen tries
Hiroti 4 from 5 goals

Penalties  8-10(1H  4-3 )

75 min Amone, Tom         10SB Fighting

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

Flbk -  2 - Higgins, Leigh        60   3  -  1  -   7   -   66  -  -   -  1  -  -     -     [0-60]
LWng -  5 - Hiroti, Mawene        80   5  -  2  2  11   1  161  3  -   -  -  2  4/5   -
LCnt -  3 - Gagan, Jacob          80  15  -  3  -   8   -   85  1  2   -  -  -  -     - (c)
RCnt -  4 - Dodd, Levi            80  15  2  2  -   8   1  112  -  -   -  -  -  -     -
RWng - 19 - Paulo, Jaxson         80   5  -  -  -   6   -   61  4  1   -  -  1  -     -
5/8  -  6 - Tracey, Connor        80  10  -  2  -  17   -  126  1  -   1  -  -  -     -
Half -  7 - Doueihi, Adam         80  10  -  2  1  15   2  130  2  1  12  3  -  -     -
Prop -  8 - Amone, Tom            29  23  3  1  -  10   -  114  1  1   -  -  -  -     -     [0-21,50-58,71-75]
Hook - 18 - Cook, Josh            80  34  -  5  -   4   3   13  1  -   1  1  -  -     -
Prop - 10 - Gray, Brock           39  24  -  3  -   8   -   71  -  -   -  -  -  -     -     [0-24,64-80]
SRow - 11 - Turner, Kyle          73  36  2  1  -  10   -   93  -  -   -  -  -  -     -     [0-50,60-80]
SRow - 12 - Sua, Jaydn            65  28  1  3  -  12   -  115  -  1   -  -  1  -     -     [0-64]
Lock - 13 - Sironen, Bayley       47  31  -  3  1   7   -   48  -  -   -  -  1  -     -     [0-46]

Int  - 14 - Dillon, Kurt          50  24  1  1  -  16   -  158  -  -   -  -  -  -     -     [24-71]
Int  - 15 - Johns, Jack           59  16  -  6  -  10   -   99  -  -   -  -  -  -     -     [21-80]
Int  - 16 - Peoples, Trent        33  18  -  -  -   3   -   32  -  -   -  -  -  -     -     [46-80]
Int  - 17 - Hills, Lyndon         22  14  1  1  -   4   -   24  -  -   -  -  -  -     -     [58-80]

                                     311 10 36  4         1517 13  6  14  5  5  4/5   -

Completion Rate      - 24 / 35  69%

Opposition Offloads  - 11

Other Reserve Grade Matches

22-16 Ring Wntwrthvll b Blacktown
24-18 Hens Newtown    b St Geo-Ill
12-0  NISC Newcastle  b Warriors
32-10 Camp Norths     b Wests
28-18 SMry Penrith    b Canterbury

                W D  L B Diff PT
SOUTHS         10 -  5 -  +70 20
PENRITH        10 -  5 -  +52 20
CANTERBURY      9 1  5 -  +23 19
ST GEO-ILL      8 2  5 - +110 18
MT PRITCHARD    8 1  6 -  +72 17
NORTHS          8 -  7 -   +3 16
NEWTOWN         7 1  7 -  -28 15
WENTWORTHVILLE  7 -  8 -   +1 14
Wests           6 2  7 -   -9 14
Warriors        4 2  8 -  -39 12
Newcastle       5 - 10 -  -90 12
Blacktown       2 1 12 - -157  5

Womens NSWRL Premiership - Round 10

v Mt Pritchard, Redfern Oval, Sat Jul 6 12:15pm

LOSS 8-30

Late Changes - McGrady, Waters are out. Doyle starts fullback, Moale prop, Vunakece and Boney second row. Fonokalafi and Barker dropped off the bench. Mounties have defeated the South Sydney Rabbitohs 30-8 in round 16 of the NSWRL Harvey Norman Women’s Premiership off the back of a masterclass by five-eighth Taliah Fuimaono. Mounties received a penalty in just the second set of the game after some ill-discipline from Souths. This put them in great stead for the first attacking opportunity of the game, and they took full advantage with a try to Jade Grant in the right corner off the back of some enterprising play through the middle of the field from halfback Matilda Power and hooker Talia Lealaiaiuloto. The Rabbitohs would have some good field position of their own but failed to capitalise due to some crucial errors at crucial times. Several attacking kicks went dead late in the set giving Mounties the luxury of 7-tackle sets to assist them in their march up-field. Mounties scored again in the 15th minute through Fuimaono, who split the Rabbitohs open in the middle and beat three defenders to score next to the posts. Fuimaono was instrumental in the next try too, putting Souths on the back foot with another break through the middle. Mounties were able to score on the next play with a cut-out ball to winger Monique Donovan, who cut back infield to score, beating 5 would-be tacklers in the process. Souths received some good ball late in the half off the back of a 40/30 kick, but were unable to capitalise as more errors crept into their game, leaving the scores at 16-0 going into the halftime break. Souths received plenty of possession early in the second half off the back of penalties and errors by Mounties. They were unable to crack the Mounties defence for several sets, before a short-side raid down the left by five-eighth Lavina O’Mealey lead to a try to Emily Young, getting the Rabbitohs back into the game. A break from Mounties’ left back-rower Kaitlyn Phillips got them into the attacking part of the field. The ball went back to the right passing through the hands of Grant and Donovan, before Janelle Williams finished off the movement crashing over in the corner after several offloads keeping the ball alive. Things were beginning to look ominous for the Rabbitohs as Mounties kept marching up-field with ease. Phillips was next to score in the 45th minute running off a great short ball from Fuimaono. Monique Donovan then scored her second try of the game after pouncing on a Brittany Cole grubber in the in-goal putting the scores out to 30-4. The Rabbitohs scored a consolation try to Emily Young in the final minute of play, leaving the scores at 30-8 on fulltime after an unsuccessful conversion by Akira Kelly, leaving the Rabbitohs to lick their wounds after another defeat.

 3 min  0-6
14 min  0-12
19 min  0-16
HT      0-16
35 min  4-16
39 min  4-20
44 min  4-26
52 min  4-30
59 min  8-30

Young 2 tries
Kelly 0 from 1, Sutherland 0 from 1 goals

Final Line Up -
                                 Min  T  G/A  FG

Flbk -  1 - Doyle, Kari           60  -  -     -
Wing - 13 - Baird, Nikki          60  -  -     -
Cntr -  3 - Gillogly, Emma        60  -  -     -
Cntr -  4 - Pilley, Tayla         60  -  -     -
Wing -  5 - Young, Emily          60  2  -     -
5/8  - 21 - O'Mealey, Lavina      60  -  -     -     
Half -  7 - Kelly, Akira          60  -  -/1   - 
Prop -  8 - Nean, Kyara           57  -  -     -     [0-57]
Hook -  9 - Riley, Rebecca        52  -  -     - (c) [0-52]
Prop - 10 - Mo'ale, Monique       25  -  -     -     [0-10,36-48,57-60]
SRow - 17 - Vunakece, Eloise      60  -  -     -     
SRow - 12 - Boney, Litisha        35  -  -     -     [0-16,41-60]
Lock - 18 - Allende, Jasmin       17  -  -     -     [0-17]

Int  -  2 - Murray, Bryanna       43  -  -     -     [17-60]
Int  - 11 - Kennedy, Kandy        15  -  -     -     [10-25]
Int  - 14 - Sutherland, Rhianna   24  -  -/1   -     [25-41,52-60]
Int  - 19 - Stojanovska, Annabel  32  -  -     -     [16-36,48-60]

                                      2  -/2   -

Other Womens NSW Premiership Matches

20-8  Cabr Norths     b Cabramatta
28-12 SMry St Marys   b Wntwrthvll
40-0  Camp Wests-Tig  b Canterbury
Frft  Ende Cronulla   b Penrith-Br (+34)
BYE        Newcastle

               W D  L B Diff PT
MT PRITCHARD   8 -  1 1 +160 18
NORTHS         9 -  1 -  +96 18
NEWCASTLE      7 -  2 1 +162 16
CRONULLA       7 -  2 1 +130 16
WESTS-TIGERS   5 -  4 1  +28 12
ST MARYS       5 -  4 1   -6 12
WENTWORTHVILLE 3 -  6 1  -18  8
SOUTHS         3 -  6 1  -28  8
Cabramatta     2 -  7 1  -60  6
Canterbury     1 -  8 1 -148  4
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Penrith-Br     - -  7 1 -248  2 +

+ - have been suspended from the competition


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