2022 NRL Premiership - Round 6

South Sydney v Canterbury-Bankstown

Stadium Australia

Fri Apr 15, 4:00pm

Selected Round 6 Teams

CyberView from the Hill - Last Week

CyberView from the Hill - This Week

Late Changes

Mamouzelos, Kennar, Hawkins, Kalo Kalo and Paulo have been trimmed 24h before the game. Moale dropped out of the team. Havili is the concussion sub.

WIN 36-16

The first hat-trick of Damien Cook's career led the Rabbitohs to a 36-16 win over the Bulldogs at Accor Stadium on Good Friday. Cook's triple treat and a double to winger Alex Johnston were the cornerstone of the Rabbitohs' third win of the season. Rabbitohs back-rower Jai Arrow took the field sporting a bandage on his cheek after spending the week in hospital with an infected cut. The bandage lasted little more than one tackle and by the 25th minute he was forced to leave the field as the cheek swelled up. In the early stages it was the Bulldogs doing all the attacking and they opened the scoring in the 15th minute when halfback Kyle Flanagan delivered a perfectly timed pass over the top for Brent Naden to cross in the right hand corner. The halfback's sideline conversion made it 6-0. Six minutes later the Bulldogs threatened to extend their lead but Braidon Burns was held up over the line. The Rabbitohs were also denied in the 25th minute when Kaeon Koloamatangi was pulled up for obstruction in the lead-up to Josh Mansour crossing. The Bulldogs went a man down in the 27th minute when Jeremy Marshall-King was sin binned for repeated 6-again infringements and it took the Rabbitohs just three minutes to capitalise when Damien Cook got over from dummy half. Lachlan Ilias continues to develop nicely in the No.7 jersey for Souths and he played a leading hand in Damien Cook's second try. The 21-year-old delivered a perfectly timed pass to put Campbell Graham into a hole on the right edge and the centre raced 20 metres before finding hooker Damien Cook backing up on the inside to complete the second try double of his career in the space of three minutes and the Rabbitohs were out to a 12-6 lead. Skipper Cameron Murray, five-eighth Cody Walker and fullback Blake Taaffe then combined on the right edge to put prolific winger Alex Johnston across for the 139th try of his career. Johnston made it a double early in the second half courtesy of a Walker try assist before Naden was denied a double of his own when he was ruled to have knocked the ball on into Taaffe before regathering and touching down. With 14 minutes to play, Cook completed the first hat-trick of his 153-game career when he picked the ball up at the back of the scrum and caught the Bulldogs defence napping. The Bulldogs refused to lie down and were rewarded with a try to Josh Addo-Carr. Mackay product Isaiah Tass then put the icing on the cake for the Bunnies with a try on debut as the score blew out to 36-10 before Jeremy Marshall-King grabbed a late consolation try for the Bulldogs. The Rabbitohs have won nine of their past 10 games at Accor Stadium. Liam Knight provided plenty of impact off the bench for the Rabbitohs with 21 runs for 202 metres in 41 minutes of game time.

14 min  0-6
29 min  6-6  D.Cook try Taaffe goal
31 min 12-6  D.Cook try Taaffe goal
35 min 18-6  Johnston try Taaffe goal
HT     18-6
43 min 24-6  Johnston try Taaffe goal
65 min 30-6  D.Cook try Taaffe goal
70 min 30-10
74 min 36-10 Tass try Taaffe goal
79 min 36-16

D.Cook 3, Johnston 2, Tass tries
Taaffe 6 from 6 goals

Crowd         30,194
Referee       G.Sutton
Touch Judges  P.Henderson / M.Wise
Video         C.Butler

Scrums         4-4 (1H  3-2 )
Penalities     8-9 (1H  5-5 )
6-Again        9-2 (1H  6-2 )

Final Line Up -                      
                                 Min Tac Pe 6A MT LB  Rn  DR    m Er OL   K TA  T  G/A  FG 2FG

Flbk -  1 - Taaffe, Blake         80   4  -  -  1  -  10   -   92  -  -   -  1  -  6/6   -   -     
LWng -  2 - Johnston, Alex        80   8  2  -  2  2   6   -   69  1  -   -  1  2  -     -   -
LCnt -  3 - Milne, Taane          63   6  1  -  1  -  10   -   79  1  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [0-63]
RCnt -  4 - Graham, Campbell      80  12  -  -  1  1  11   -  107  2  1   -  1  -  -     -   -
RWng -  5 - Mansour, Josh         80   4  -  -  3  -   8   -   50  3  -   -  -  -  -     -   -
5/8  -  6 - Walker, Cody          80  19  -  2  3  -  11   2   56  3  -   7  1  -  -     -   -
Half -  7 - Ilias, Lachlan        80  12  1  -  2  -   6   -   49  1  -   7  -  -  -     -   -
Prop -  8 - Tatola, Junior        51  33  1  -  2  -  15   -  139  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [0-22,51-80]
Hook -  9 - Cook, Damien          80  34  1  -  -  2   8   2   89  -  1   -  -  3  -     -   -     
Prop - 10 - Burgess, Tom          30  20  -  -  3  -   9   -   89  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [0-16,66-80]
SRow - 11 - Koloamatangi, Keaon   80  26  1  -  1  -  16   -  156  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     
SRow - 12 - Arrow, Jai            45  29  -  -  3  -  14   -  130  2  1   -  -  -  -     -   -     [0-26,55-74]
Lock - 13 - Murray, Cameron       66  34  -  -  2  -  15   -  136  -  1   1  -  -  -     -   - (c) [0-66]

Int  - 14 - Sele, Hame            25   8  -  -  -  -  11   -  128  1  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [26-51]
Int  - 15 - Host, Jacob           64  18  2  -  -  -   8   -   70  1  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [16-80]
Int  - 17 - Knight, Liam          39  16  -  -  1  -  21   -  202  -  1   -  -  -  -     -   -     [22-55,74-80]
Int  - 19 + Tass, Isaiah          17   1  -  -  -  1   5   -   55  -  -   -  -  1  -     -   -     [63-80]

Conc - 18 - Havili, Silva                                                                          (DNP)

                                     284  9  2 25  6         1703 15  5  15  4  6  6/6   -   -

Completion Rate      - 34/47  72%

Opposition Offloads  - 9
 
Effective 1st Tackles

 0 min  15m KO
 2 min  24m Ilias kick COF
 3 min  21m Ilias kick COF
 6 min  18m P / Ilias kick SS Err(Johnston) /
 8 min  46m Walker kick 3m / SS P(Tatola)
11 min  57m CB Err / CB-6A CB-6A / SS Err(Walker)
12 min  95m CB Err / CB-6A / SS Err(Ilias) / 35m / SS-6A(Walker) 95m SS P(Johnston) / (CB TRY)
16 min  19m KO
18 min  56m SS Err(Arrow) SCR
20 min  96m SS Err(Graham) SCR 90m / SS-6A(Walker)
22 min  16m CB Err SCR / Walker kick
24 min  41m CB Err SCR / CB-6A CB-6A
28 min   0m CB Err SCR / P / P-10SB / CB-6TG SS NO TRY P / Murray kick CIG
29 min   0m TRY
31 min   0m TRY
35 min   0m P / CB-6A / TRY
38 min  82m Ilias kick COF 20m / SS P(Host) 66m SS P(Milne)
            CB Err

half time

40 min  30m Ilias kick SS Err(Graham)
43 min   0m CB-6A / TRY
46 min  10m Ilias kick COF
47 min  47m SS Err(Sele) / CB NO TRY
49 min  95m Walker kick 10m / SS P(Knight) 62m / SS-6A(Milne)
52 min  51m CB Err SCR / P / SS Err(Milne) SS-CC(-) SCR 25m SS P(Walker)
56 min  15m Walker kick SS Err(Mansour) /
58 min  11m Walker kick /
61 min  36m CB-6A / SS NO TRY SS Err(Walker) SCR 16m / SS-6TG(Mansour) SCR
64 min   6m Walker kick
65 min   0m CB Err SCR TRY
69 min 100m Ilias kick COF P / SS NO TRY SS Err(Arrow) / 18m / SS-6TG(Walker) (CB TRY)
72 min  24m KO
74 min   0m CB Err / P / CB-6A / TRY
76 min  69m CB-ShKO
78 min 100m CB Err / Walker kick 10m / SS P(Tatola) 49m / SS P(Ilias) 81m / SS-6TG(Ilias) (CB TRY)

Average effective 1st tackle location
- 36.7m - for the whole match

- 35.4m - 1st half 
- 38.0m - 2nd half 

Other First Grade Matches

18-12 Bruc Nth Qld    b Canberra
40-12 Penr Penrith    b Brisbane
26-18 Brok Manly      b Gold Coast
34-18 MRSt Melbourne  b Cronulla
22-14 SCG  Syd Rstrs  b Warriors
21-16 Woll St Geo-Ill b Newcastle
21-20 WSS  Wests-Tig  b Parramatta

               W D  L B Diff PT
PENRITH        6 -  - - +106 12
MELBOURNE      5 -  1 -  +81 10
CRONULLA       4 -  1 -  +49  8
PARRAMATTA     4 -  2 -  +45  8
SYD RSTRS      4 -  2 -  +24  8
MANLY          4 -  2 -  +16  8
NTH QLD        3 -  3 -  +25  6
SOUTHS         3 -  3 -  +22  6
Warriors       3 -  3 -   -3  6
Gold Coast     2 -  4 -  -16  4
Newcastle      2 -  4 -  -29  4
Canberra       2 -  4 -  -52  4
St Geo-Ill     2 -  4 -  -57  4
Brisbane       2 -  4 -  -59  4
Wests-Tig      1 -  5 -  -63  2
Canterbury     1 -  5 -  -89  2
      

Judiciary News

No one has been charged by the Match Review Committee.

Reserve Grade - Knock-On Effect NSW Premiership Round 6

v Newtown, 1:40pm

WIN 32-10

The Rabbitohs NSW Cup side has bounced back from last week’s heartbreaking loss in an impressive way, with a 22 point win over the Newton Jets. Heading into this matchup, the Jets were without a loss in its opening five games and boasted the competitions second best attack. – 172 points in its first five games. It was a stellar showing from the Rabbitohs with the defence shining, only allowing two tries from the potent Jets attack. Tyson Hodge and Jaxson Paulo got the Rabbitohs off to a promising start, as the pair crashed over for tries in the opening ten minutes. Kade Dykes swiftly answered back for the visitors, however, the Rabbitohs began to seize full control of the game after this. Paulo secured a double within twenty minutes, as the Jets’ defence was unable to match the high intensity of the Rabbitohs attack. The first-half barrage of points didn’t stop there, as Yileen Gordon and Izaac Thompson broke down the Jets defence late on for a pair of tries. With a stellar opening 40 minutes in the book, the Rabbitohs went into the shed with a comfortable 20 point lead. The Jets started off the half the better of the two sides and managed to get back on the board shortly after the restart. After a couple errors deep in its own line, the Rabbitohs conceded when Kayal Iro broke through the line for his side’s second try – taking advantage of the sin binning of Yileen Gordon moments earlier. This try proved to be a mere bump in the road, as the hosts re-asserted control of the game and continued to push forward in pursuit of additional points. Shannon Gardiner rewarded his side’s efforts in the 69th minute, when he crashed over for the final try of the afternoon. The Rabbitohs held out for an impressive win, as for the second time this season they’ve taken down a top-four opponent – both times ending its opponents undefeated start to the season. Individually it was another dominant game from Shaquai Mitchell, with 132 run-metres and 53 post-contact metres, the Jets were unable to tame Mitchell as he showed his class in the pack. Siliva Havili showed out in his best game for the club since joining, with over 100 metres, two line-break assists and one try assist, the flexible forward made his case for a return back to first-grade. Dean Hawkins continued with another outstanding performance, controlling the game with ball in hand and leading the way with his kicking game.

 6 min  6-0  Hodge try Hawkins goal
10 min 10-0  Paulo try Hawkins miss
16 min 10-6
22 min 14-6  Paulo try Hawkins miss
29 min 20-6  Gordon try Hawkins goal
39 min 26-6  Thompson try Hawkins goal
HT     26-6
48 min 26-10
59 min 32-10 Gardner try Hawkins goal
79 min 32-10 Hawkins miss 

Paulo 2, Hodge, Gordon, Thompson, Gardner tries
Hawkins 4 from 7 goals

Scrums     2-5 (1H  1-3 ) 
Penalties  7-8 (1H  5-4 )
6-Again    1-0 (1H  1-0 )

Referee       L.Kennedy
Touch Judges  D.Brady / C.Paddy

47 min Gordon, Yileen       10SB High Tackle

Final Line Up -
                                 Min Tac Pe 6A MT LB  Rn  DR    m Er OL   K TA  T  G/A  FG 2FG

Flbk -  1 - Gagai, Jacob          80   8  1  -  1  2  13   1  184  1  -   1  -  -  -     -   - (c)
LWng -  5 - Thompson, Izaac       80   3  1  -  -  1  15   -  161  1  3   -  -  1  -     -   -     (swapped to #17 jersey)
LCnt -  4 - Tago, Jake            80  12  -  -  -  1  12   -  123  1  1   -  1  -  -     -   -
RCnt -  3 - Paulo, Jaxson         80  14  -  -  1  1  14   -  111  1  2   -  -  2  -     -   -
RWng -  2 - Angianga, Tallis      68   9  -  -  3  -   9   -   80  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [0-68] HIA
5/8  -  6 - Campagnolo, Jack      80  15  -  -  3  -   7   -   39  -  -   3  -  -  -     -   -
Half -  7 - Hawkins, Dean         80  24  -  -  2  1   7   -   64  -  -  11  3  -  4/7   -   -
Prop - 16 - Hodge, Tyson          30   8  -  -  3  1   9   -   75  -  -   -  -  1  -     -   -     [0-17,67-80]
Hook -  9 - Mamouzelos, Peter     57  20  1  -  -  -   7   5   69  1  -   -  1  -  -     -   -     [0-31,54-80]
Prop - 10 - Mitchell, Shaquai     51  19  -  -  -  -  14   -  132  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [0-28,57-80]
SRow - 11 - Peoples, Trent        80  25  -  -  2  1  11   -  128  1  1   -  -  -  -     -   -     
SRow - 12 - Chan-Foon, Maila      80  35  -  -  3  -   7   -   64  1  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     
Lock - 13 - Havili, Silva         54  25  -  -  4  -  11   -  106  -  1   -  1  -  -     -   -     [0-54]

Int  - 14 - Gardner, Shannon      45  32  2  -  2  1   9   1   90  -  -   1  -  1  -     -   -     [31-67,68-77] OR
Int  -  8 - Patterson, Hugo       43  26  2  -  1  -   9   -   63  1  1   -  -  -  -     -   -     [17-57,77-80]
Int  - 15 - Gordon, Yileen        24  14  1  -  -  1   7   -   58  1  1   -  -  1  -     -   -     [28-47,57-62] 10SB
Int  - 19 - Hardman, D'arcy       18   8  -  -  -  -   7   -   57  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [62-80]

Conc - 20 - Mougios, Nic                                                                           (DNP)

                                     297  8  - 25 10         1611  9 10  16  6  6  4/7   -   -

Completion Rate      - 29/38  76%

Opposition Offloads  - 6

Other NSW Cup Round 6 Matches

34-24 Belm Newcastle  b Canterbury
42-16 Belm Penrith    b Mt Prtchrd
28-20 NSO  Norths     b Canberra
42-4  Woll St Geo-Ill b Blacktown
40-10 WSS  Parramatta b Wests

               W D  L B Diff PT
NORTHS         5 -  - 1  +62 12
PENRITH        5 -  1 - +134 10
NEWTOWN        5 -  1 -  +68 10
PARRAMATTA     4 -  2 -  +78  8
CANTERBURY     4 -  2 -  +60  8
SOUTHS         3 -  3 -  +18  6
Canberra       3 -  3 -   -3  4
Newcastle      2 -  4 -  -18  4
Blacktown      1 -  4 1  -86  4
St Geo-Ill     2 -  4 - -104  4
Mt Pritchard   1 -  5 -  -66  2
Wests          - -  6 - -133  -

NSWRL U21 Jersey Flegg Round 6

v Cronulla-Sutherland, Henson Park, Sat Apr 16 1:00pm

LOSS 22-34

The match was original set down for Stadium Australia and was relocated to Erskensville Oval and on Thursday relocated again to Henson Park. It was Deja-vu for the Jersey Flegg outfit, after letting the Sharks get out to a strong start and being forced to chased the game from there. The Sharks held a comfortable lead heading into the break, up by 16 and looking like ready to go for another half of promising attacking footy. However, the Rabbitohs held on in the second-half and began to ramp up the intensity, building some much needed momentum in the process. The first-half lead proved to be too hard to overcome as the Sharks walked away with a 12 point victory. The Sharks got off to a hot start in the opening minutes when Tom Rodwell and Manaia Waitere crossed over in quick succession. Tom Giles answered back for Souths, finding the line with an unlikely try from the front-row. The Sharks progressed throughout the half looking like deadly in attack and were rewarded for its pressure in the 26th minute, when Thomas Crossle secured a try. Cronulla ended the half of on a high as star five-eighth, Waitere bagged himself a double, giving his side a 16-point halftime lead. The visitors continued with its attacking pressure, forcing a dropout and a few errors from the Rabbitohs early on in the second-half. The errors began to build-up as Kane Ball capitalised with a try, extending Cronulla’s commanding lead. Ryan Rivett ensured the Sharks notched up 30 points after he converted from a notable line break from Tully Wilton. The Rabbitohs flipped the script in the final twenty minutes and gave the Sharks an almighty scare, with three unanswered tries in seven minutes. Giles stunned the visitors as he crashed over for a second in the 58th minute. This try swung the momentum into the corner of the Rabbitohs, as a mountain of pressure resulted in several penalties and errors from the Sharks for the first time in the game. Carson Kaho and Josiah Karapani gave Souths a glimmer of hope, as they reduced the lead to 12 with ten minutes remaining. Unfortunately, the Sharks proved too strong and held out for the impressive victory. Although the result didn’t go the way of the Rabbitohs, there was a few positive individual performances that gave the fans plenty of hope going forward. Tom Giles’ monstrous game from the front-row was highlighted by his two tries on the day, the prop ran for over 150 metres and got through some tough work in defence. Cruise Tweedie impressed on the edge, playing the entirety of the game and going above and beyond in his work on defence. Josiah Karapani led the way going forward for the backs, with 10 tackle breaks and 176 run metres, in what was a stellar outing.

 2 min  0-4
 7 min  0-10
11 min  6-10 Giles try Hutchinson-Walters goal
27 min  6-16
34 min  6-22
HT      6-22
42 min  6-28
54 min  6-34
59 min 12-34 Giles try R.Cook goal
61 min 16-34 Kaho try R.Cook miss
65 min 22-34 Karapani try R.Cook goal

Giles 2, Kaho, Karapani tries
R.Cook 2 from 3, Hutchinson-Walters 1 from 1 goals 

Scrums     6-7 (1H  2-5 ) 
Penalties  5-2 (1H  2-0 )
6-Again    2-1 (1H  1-1 )

Referee       B.Mani
Touch Judges  E.Murray / M.Ford

Final Line Up -
                                 Min Tac Pe 6A MT LB  Rn  DR    m Er OL   K TA  T  G/A  FG 2FG

Flbk -  1 - Spyroulias, Chaise    70   4  -  -  6  -   -   -   92  2  -   2  1  -  -     -   -
LWng -  5 - Kaho, Carson          70   3  1  -  4  -   -   -  131  -  -   -  -  1  -     -   -
LCnt -  2 - Hutchinson-Walters, L 56   9  -  -  1  -   -   -   66  1  -   -  -  -  1/1   -   -     [0-56]
RCnt -  4 - Karapani, Josiah      70  16  -  1  1  1   -   -  176  2  1   -  -  1  -     -   -
RWng - 21 - Ball, Thomas          70  12  -  -  2  -   -   -   88  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -
5/8  -  6 - Kalo Kalo, Terrell    70  12  -  -  -  -   -   -   47  -  -   2  -  -  -     -   -
Half -  7 - Bray, Keahlan         70  23  -  -  2  -   -   -    -  -  -   7  -  -  -     -   -
Prop -  8 - Giles, Thomas         54  23  -  -  -  2   -   -  186  -  2   -  -  2  -     -   -     [0-24,40-70]
Hook -  9 - Cook, Romano          70  38  1  -  1  -   -   -   65  5  1   1  2  -  2/3   -   - (c) 
Prop - 10 - Vailalo, Isaiah       48  12  -  -  1  -   -   -  107  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [0-20,42-70]
SRow -  3 - Tohi, Penioni         42  13  -  -  1  -   -   -   30  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [0-42]
SRow - 11 - Tweedie, Cruise       70  21  -  -  3  -   -   -  113  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     
Lock - 13 - Duncan, Tallis        70  24  -  -  1  -   -   -   82  1  1   -  -  -  -     -   -     

Int  - 18 - Rizk, Josh            14   1  -  -  -  -   -   -   17  -  -   2  1  -  -     -   -     [56-70]
Int  - 15 - Moretti, Marco        16  11  -  -  3  -   -   -   42  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [24-40]
Int  - 16 - Griffiths, Trent      28  16  -  -  -  -   -   -   49  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [42-70]
Int  - 17 - Grossemy, Louis       22  18  -  -  1  -   -   -   15  -  1   -  -  -  -     -   -     [20-42]

Conc - 14 - Karam, Jacob                                                                           (DNP)

                                     256  2  1 27  3         1312 12  6  12  4  4  3/4   -   -

Completion Rate      - 22/32  68%

Opposition Offloads  - 1

Other U21 Round 6 Matches

30-28 Klyv Parramatta b Wests-Tig
28-20 Belm Newcastle  b Canterbury
40-10 NSO  Syd Rstrs  b Canberra
46-20 Gosc Penrith    b Victoria
48-28 Brok St Geo-Ill b Manly

               W D  L B Diff PT
SYD RSTRS      5 -  1 - +116 10
CRONULLA       4 1  1 -  +76  9
NEWCASTLE      4 -  2 -  +10  8
ST GEO-ILL     3 1  1 -  +20  7 **
PENRITH        3 -  3 -  +22  6
CANTERBURY     3 -  3 -   -5  6
PARRAMATTA     3 -  3 -  -14  6
Victoria       3 -  3 -  -20  6
Canberra       2 -  4 -  -45  4
Wests-Tig      2 -  4 -  -48  4
Souths         1 -  4 -  -52  2 **
Manly          1 -  5 -  -56  2

** - postponed

NSWRL U19 SG Ball Cup - Preliminary Semi-Finals

BYE        (1)   Syd Rstrs
BYE        (2)   Newcastle
24-6  SMry (3v6) Penrith    b Illawarra
16-14 Ring (5v4) Canterbury b Balmain
           
NSWRL U17 Matthews Cup - Preliminary Semi-Finals

BYE        (1)   Wests
BYE        (2)   Syd Rstrs
24-18 SMry (6v3) Canberra   b Penrith
28-4  Ring (4v5) Cronulla   b Parramatta

NSWRL Womens U19 Tarsha Gale Cup - Preliminary Semi-Finals

BYE        (1)   Syd I Acad
BYE        (2)   Parramatta
22-20 Ring (3v6) Newcastle  b St George
 8-4  Ring (4v5) Wests-Tig  b Illawarra


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