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Corey Allan and Dargan were trimmed 24 hours before the game. Johns and Dillon were 18th men.
Proud Bundjalung and Yuin man Cody Walker has put in a virtuoso performance to guide South Sydney to an impressive comeback 32-24 win to kick off the NRL's Indigenous Round at Netstrata Jubilee Stadium on Thursday night. The Dragons earned their first try against the run of play as Tariq Sims crunched Reynolds as he retrieved his own grubber from a Dragons deflection and the ball came free. It was scooped up by Corey Norman with a flying Dufty in support finishing off the 90-metre team try in just the seventh minute. South Sydney lost Adam Reynolds to a shoulder injury as a result of the tackle. This caused a major team reshuffle with Sironen going to halfback and Murray to left second row. A hesitant Campbell Graham was caught out of position by a brilliant face-ball from Dufty put Euan Aitken over untouched in the 12th minute before the same two players combined again, Dufty putting Aitken through a gap then supporting to score himself to make it 16-0 in as many minutes. It looked like it was going to be Matt Dufty's night. But with his side down 16-0 after 16 minutes, Walker put the team on his shoulders. Another penalty helped Souths upfield and opened the door for the visitors, with a jinking Walker solo try kick-starting the score board and firing up the team. It could have been back-to-back tries but Alex Johnston was controversially ruled to have put his foot into touch as he set up Damien Cook with the line wide open. Souths had their second soon after. The Dragons were on the attack from a dropped ball by Mitchell before a poor Dufty pass was intercepted by Johnston to run the length and bring SOuths back into the game at 10-16. Johnston had yet another moment of brilliance with a line break off a great Mitchell cut out pass on the 40m line in the 36th minute, kicking back inside for Mitchell scoop up the ball and score, getting the Bunnies back to level pegging 16 all at half-time. Johnston had his second soon after the break and handing Souths the lead for the first time, when a poor read from Zac Lomax allowed him to cross untouched in the 48th minute. The Dragons then hit back, with Tyson Frizell winning the race to a Ben Hunt grubber in a contriversial grounding to square back up at 20-all. Another nice ball to Mitchell put Dane Gagai into space and from the next play against a retreating defence allow Nicholls to put a running Walker through in a brilliant line for his second try and allowed Souths to reclaim the lead. Johnston iced the win and capped his own personal best game of the year with another long-range intercept try six minutes from time. The try being his 93rd first grade premiership career try. There was a consolation try to Mikaela Ravalawa from a nice Tristan Sailor grubber in the final minute but it wasn't enough to give the Souths any late scares as they pushed their way, at least temporarily, back into the top eight. There was an extra blow for the Dragons late with Euan Aitken suffering a hamstring injury in the final minutes of the contest. Walker had played both the steady halfback role and the evasive running five-eighth role to brilliant effect, with every point scored by the Rabbitohs provided by a trio of Indigenous stars. Latrell Mitchell (Biripi) provided a try and four goals while Alex Johnston (Saibai Island) scored a hat-trick.
Rabbitohs coach Wayne Bennett said Reynolds should be a chance of returning as soon as next week. "[Reynolds has] got what they call a burner in the shoulder, he's pretty sore and tender at the moment," Bennett said. "No one's quite sure where that's going to go or how long it will take. Nerves create that type of situation. There was never a point he was coming back. Nobody suggested it to me at half-time. He was trying to get it feeling better but it wasn't. I wasn't going to put any pressure on anybody. We've got nobody coming out of the game that has any problems that would prevent them being available next week."
6 min 0-4 11 min 0-10 15 min 0-16 19 min 6-16 Walker try Mitchell goal 30 min 10-16 Johnston try Mitchell miss 35 min 16-16 Mitchell try Mitchell goal HT 16-16 46 min 20-16 Johnston try Mitchell miss 52 min 20-20 61 min 26-20 Walker try Mitchell goal 72 min 30-20 Johnston try Mitchell miss 76 min 32-20 Mitchell goal 79 min 32-24 Johnston 3, Walker 2, Mitchell tries Mitchell 4 from 7 goals Referee A.Klein Crowd 2,719 (Match played with 25% capacity restricted attendance due to COVID-19) Scrums 3-4 (1H 1-2 ) Penalities 4-5 (1H 4-2 ) 6 Again 3-2 (1H 1-1 ) Final Line Up - Min Tac Pe 6A MT LB Rn DR m Er OL K TA T G/A FG Flbk - 1 - Mitchell, Latrell 80 3 - - 2 - 11 1 78 1 - 6 - 1 4/7 - RWng - 2 - Paulo, Jaxson 78 4 - - 1 1 13 - 102 2 - - - - - - [0-78] RCnt - 3 - Graham, Campbell 80 20 - 1 6 - 10 - 68 1 - - - - - - LCnt - 4 - Gagai, Dane 80 16 - - 2 - 10 1 96 - - - 1 - - - LWng - 5 - Johnston, Alex 80 3 - - 1 2 17 - 322 1 - 1 1 3 - - 5/8 - 6 - Walker, Cody 80 20 - 1 2 2 16 1 150 - - 12 - 2 - - Half - 7 - Reynolds, Adam 7 - - - - - 1 - 9 1 - 2 - - - - (c) [0-7] Prop - 8 - Tatola, Junior 51 30 1 - 2 - 13 - 111 - - - - - - - [0-27-56-80] Hook - 9 - Cook, Damien 80 44 - - 1 - 10 8 81 1 - 1 - - - - Prop - 10 - Burgess, Tom 56 28 - - 2 - 20 - 188 - - - - - - - [0-27,51-80] SRow - 11 - Su'A, Jaydn 80 25 1 - 3 - 9 - 96 1 1 - - - - - SRow - 12 - Sironen, Bayley 80 35 - 1 3 - 9 - 75 - - - - - - - Lock - 13 - Murray, Cameron 80 43 - - 3 - 12 1 96 1 1 - - - - - Int - 14 - Nicholls, Mark 37 23 1 - - - 9 - 90 - - - 1 - - - [27-64] Int - 15 - Knight, Liam 37 22 - - 2 - 13 - 112 1 2 - - - - - [7-32,64-76] Int - 16 - Koloamatangi, Keaon 33 18 - - - - 11 - 118 - 1 - - - - - [27-56,76-80] Int - 17 - Mago, Patrick 21 9 1 - - - 8 - 88 - - - - - - - [32-51,78-80] 346 4 3 30 5 1887 10 5 22 3 6 4/7 - Completion Rate - 36/44 82% Opposition Offloads - 5 Effective 1st Tackles 0 min 17m KO 1 min 62m Reynolds kick Walker kick 3 min 63m DO 6 min 100m SI Err SCR / P / Reynolds kick SS Err(Reynolds) (SI TRY) 7 min 12m KO 9 min 28m Walker kick COF 10 min 66m SI Err SS Err(DCook) / (SI TRY) 13 min 18m KO 15 min 49m P / Mitchell kick COF 26m / SS-6A(Sironen) / (SI TRY) 17 min 11m KO 19 min 0m P / TRY 22 min 28m SS Err(Johnston) SS NO TRY SCR 24 min 0m P / Walker kick CIG 26 min 77m SI-6A / SS Err(SuA) 18m / SS-P(Tatola) 28 min 33m Mitchell kick 30 min 86m SS Err(Mitchell) SCR 31 min 0m SI Err TRY 33 min 75m Mitchell kick SS Err(Murray) SCR 37m SS P(Sironen) 35 min 0m Johnston kick TRY 38 min 11m Walker kick 39 min 10m Mitchell kick half time 40 min 10m SS Err(Murray) SS-CC / Walker kick COF 43 min 22m SI-6A / SS NO TRY SS P(Mago) 45 min 10m Walker kick COF 47 min 0m SI Err / SI-6A / TRY 49 min 12m DCook kick 51 min 96m Walker kick 10m / SS-6A(Graham) / (SI TRY) 53 min 10m KO 55 min 13m Mitchell kick COF 57 min 11m Walker kick COF 59 min 37m SS Err(Paulo) SCR 61 min 0m SI Err SCR / TRY 63 min 5m Walker kick COF 64 min 4m Walker kick 67 min 18m Walker kick COF 69 min 10m Walker kick 71 min 53m SCR / SS Err(Knight) SCR 72 min 0m SI Err TRY 76 min 0m P GOAL 77 min 100m SS Err(DCook) SS-CC SI 6TG / ChOv 4m / SS-6TG(Paulo) 31m / SS P(SuA) 78m / SS-6A(Walker) (SI TRY) 79 min 18m KO Average effective 1st tackle location - 30.7m - for the whole match - 39.2m - 1st half - 22.3m - 2nd half Other First Grade Matches 26-20 SCG Warriors b Wests-Tig 36-26 LngS Cronulla b Brisbane 18-12 SCG Syd Rstrs b Gold Coast 14-12 NQSt Canberra b Nth Qld 42-12 Brok Penrith b Manly 18-16 StAu Parramatta b Canterbury 26-16 SunS Melbourne b Newcastle W D L Diff PT PENRITH 10 1 1 +134 21 MELBOURNE 10 - 2 +157 20 PARRAMATTA 10 - 2 +122 20 SYD RSTRS 8 - 4 +168 16 CANBERRA 8 - 4 +43 16 CRONULLA 7 - 5 +46 14 NEWCASTLE 6 1 5 +31 13 SOUTHS 6 - 6 +34 12 Manly 6 - 6 -44 12 Wests-Tig 5 - 7 +52 10 St Geo-Ill 4 - 8 -22 8 Warriors 4 - 8 -135 8 Nth Qld 3 - 9 -84 6 Gold Coast 3 - 9 -173 6 Brisbane 3 - 9 -205 6 Canterbury 2 - 10 -120 4
Jaydn Su'A has been charged Rabbitohs forward Jaydn Su'A has been charged with a grade 1 dangerous contact(other) charge by the match review committee for a late tackle in the 79th minute of the match. This carries a 100 point penalty plus he has 40% loading for two non-similar offences or a total charge of 140 points. Su'A has decided to fight the charge at the judicary.
NSWRL Womens Premiership - Round 3
v Wentworthville, Erskineville Oval, Sat Aug 1 12:00pm
Late Changes - The Rabbitohs have bounced back from last week's defeat to register their first win of the 2020 campaign. In a low scoring affair, the Rabbitohs showed steel in their defence to hold out the Wentworthville Magpies 14-4 at Erskineville Oval. The main improvement which was very noticeable would have to be the Rabbitohs' ball control. They proved when they held onto the pill, they could generate pressure which would eventually turn into points. The Rabbitohs crossed first through Tahlia Hunter after a repeat set on Wentworthville's try line gave the women from Redfern the perfect attacking opportunity. Arabella McKenzie converted Hunter's try to give South Sydney a 6-0 lead at quarter time. However, from the kick-off Souths let the ball bounce into touch which gifted Wenty an opportunity to respond. A few sets later, the Magpies capitalised but failed to convert the try leaving the Rabbitohs with a narrow two-point lead. After re-entering the arm wrestle the Rabbitohs again built pressure by forcing a line drop-out and scored their second try in the set after, this time through Rabbitohs debutant Zali Dymock. Dymock was crafty all game out of dummy half and her deception was rewarded when she burnt the markers to score out wide. While the conversion attempt was waved away, the Rabbitohs regained a six-point lead. Again it came down to defence and with the Rabbitohs forcing an error out of Wentworthville, they iced the game through Janaya Bent which left the final score at 14-4 to the Rabbitohs.
15 min 6-0 Hunter try McKenzie goal QT 6-0 23 min 6-4 HT 6-4 43 min 10-4 Dymock try McKenzie miss QT 10-4 53 min 14-4 J.Bent try McKenzie miss Hunter, Dymock, J.Bent tries McKenzie 1 from 3 goals Final Line Up - T G/A FG Flbk - 1 - Hunter, Tahlia 1 - - Wing - 6 - Davis-Welsh, Nakia - - - Cntr - 3 - Gillogly, Emma - - - (c) (Dennison) Cntr - 5 - Donovan, Monique - - - Wing - 2 - Lamb, Rikkia - - - 5/8 - 9 - Field, Sarah - - - Half - 7 - McKenzie, Arabella - 1/3 - Prop - 11 - Johnston, Ellie - - - Hook - 19 - Bent, Janaya 1 - - Prop - 20 + Shaw, Maddison - - - SRow - 12 - Bent, Shaylee - - - SRow - 14 - Wilson, Nikitah - - - Lock - 4 - Gordon, Kyle - - - Int - 10 + Dymock, Zali 1 - - Int - 13 - Pauli, Christine - - - Int - 18 + Mavrantonis, Alexis - - - Int - 17 - Brown, Katie - - - 3 1/3 - Other Womens NSW Premiership Matches 18-16 NSO Canterbury b Norths 20-4 Kanw C Coast b Wests-Tig BYE Cronulla W D L B Diff PT CENTRAL COAST 3 - - - +62 6 CRONULLA 2 - - 1 +22 6 CANTERBURY 2 - 1 - -10 4 SOUTHS 1 - 1 1 -14 4 Wests-Tigers - 1 1 1 -16 3 Norths - 1 2 - -10 1 Wentworthville - - 3 - -34 -
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