2022 NRL Premiership - Round 8

South Sydney v Manly-Warringah

Central Coast Stadium

Fri Apr 29, 8:05pm

Selected Round 8 Teams

CyberView from the Hill - Last Week

CyberView from the Hill - This Week

Late Changes

Sele, Kennar, Hawkins, Mamouzelos, Karapani have been trimmed 24h before the game. Knight dropped out of the team. Peoples is the concussion sub.

WIN 40-22

The Rabbitohs ensured favourite son Cody Walker celebrated his 150th game in style with a 40-22 win over a 12-man Sea Eagles outfit at Central Coast Stadium on Friday night. Walker scored a try and laid on two others in his milestone match as the Rabbitohs overpowered a Manly side that battled bravely after Karl Lawton was sent off in the ninth minute. Lawton lifted Souths skipper Cameron Murray above the horizontal and into a dangerous position and seemed resigned to his fate as he walked towards referee Grant Atkins to learn his fate. The Rabbitohs opted to take the penalty goal for a 2-0 lead but it was the 12-man Sea Eagles who grabbed the game's opening try through Kieran Foran. Midway through the half Manly had a second when Jason Saab pulled down a Daly Cherry-Evans bomb and got the ball down inches inside the touchline in the right corner. The Rabbitohs hit back in the 28th minute when Kaeon Koloamatangi took a short ball from Siliva Havili and plunged over from close range to make it 10-8. With seven minutes remaining in the half the Rabbitohs took the lead when a sweeping left side move was finished off by winger Alex Johnston. His 142nd try. Cherry-Evans then launched a late rally in the half with 40-20 kick of the season and the Sea Eagles capitalised on the field position with a try to Christian Tuipulotu after brilliant lead-up by Foran and Josh Schuster. Just as the undermanned Manly looked like taking a lead into the sheds a mistake by Martin Taupau gave Souths a late chance and they grabbed it with a try to Isaiah Tass. The conversion by Blake Taaffe made it 18-16 to the Rabbitohs at the break. Thomas Burgess produced a barnstorming try from close range seven minutes into the second half giving the Rabbitohs had some breathing space at 24-16. A magic moment for one of South Sydney's favourite sons Cody Walker in career game No.150 when he crossed wide out and looked to the heavens in a tribute to his mum Linda who passed away in 2018. The try was laid on by young centre Isaiah Tass, who took the ball to the line and held off three Manly defenders to get an offload to Walker who put on the afterburners to run in the 72nd try of his career to make it 30-16. But Manly refused to lie down and a penalty try to Cherry-Evans made the score 30-22. Cherry-Evans was leading the race for a ball in the in-goal but was impeded by Damien Cook and the interference stopped the Manly skipper from scoring. Souths then dominated with sweeping plays before a gap up the middle resulted in a try to Murray in the 71st minute. Then in the dying seconds a break by Graham resulted in another to try this time to Taaffe put the icing on the Rabbitohs' fourth win of the season. The Rabbitohs have won their last six games in a row against Manly. Lachlan llias continues to develop in the Souths No.7 jersey, running for 146 metres and coming up with a line break and two tackle breaks.

 9 min  2-0  Taaffe goal
16 min  2-4
20 min  2-10
27 min  8-10 Kolomatangi try Taaffe goal
32 min 12-10 Johnton try Taaffe miss
36 min 12-16
40 min 18-16 Tass try Taaffe goal
HT     18-16
46 min 24-16 Burgess try Taaffe goal
50 min 30-16 Walker try Taaffe goal
58 min 30-22
70 min 36-22 Murray try Taaffe goal
79 min 40-22 Taaffe try Taaffe miss

Koloamatangi, Johnston, Tass, Burgess, Walker, Murray, Taaffe tries
Taaffe 6 from 8 goals

Crowd         17,248
Referee       G.Atkins
Touch Judges  C.Sutton / W.Raymond
Video         C.Butler

Scrums         3-2 (1H  1-1 )
Penalities     6-3 (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 2FG

Flbk -  1 - Taaffe, Blake         80   -  -  -  2  1  14   -   86  -  -   -  -  1  6/8   -   -     
LWng -  2 - Johnston, Alex        80   7  -  -  2  1   6   -   76  -  -   -  -  1  -     -   -
LCnt -  3 - Tass, Isaiah          80  19  -  -  1  1  12   -  111  3  1   -  1  1  -     -   -
RCnt -  4 - Graham, Campbell      80  24  -  -  5  -  18   -  190  2  1   -  1  -  -     -   -
RWng -  5 - Mansour, Josh         80   5  1  -  3  -  17   1  176  3  -   -  -  -  -     -   -
5/8  -  6 - Walker, Cody          80  21  -  1  -  1  13   -   86  -  1  10  2  1  -     -   -
Half -  7 - Ilias, Lachlan        80  17  -  -  5  1  16   -  146  2  -   4  -  -  -     -   -
Prop -  8 - Tatola, Junior        46  29  -  -  1  -  11   -  119  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [0-13,22-34,54-75]
Hook -  9 - Cook, Damien          80  35  1  -  1  -  12   8   95  1  -   -  1  -  -     -   -     
Prop - 10 - Burgess, Tom          52  25  -  -  2  1  16   -  186  -  -   -  -  1  -     -   -     [0-18,34-68]
SRow - 11 - Koloamatangi, Keaon   80  33  -  -  2  1   9   -   96  1  -   -  -  1  -     -   -     
SRow - 12 - Arrow, Jai            80  27  -  1  3  -  13   -  131  -  1   -  -  -  -     -   -     
Lock - 13 - Murray, Cameron       71  36  -  -  4  1  16   -  117  -  2   -  -  1  -     -   - (c) [0-9,13-54,59-80] HIA

Int  - 14 - Havili, Silva         42  17  -  -  -  -  11   -  123  -  -   -  1  -  -     -   -     [18-48,68-80]
Int  - 16 - Moale, Davvy          18  11  1  -  1  -   5   -   57  1  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [9-22,75-80]
Int  - 24 - Mitchell, Shaquai     11   6  -  -  -  -   3   -   25  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [48-59]
Int  - 19 - Paulo, Jaxson          -   -  -  -  -  -   -   -    -  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     (DNP)

Conc - 18 - Peoples, Trent                                                                         (DNP)

                                     312  3  2 32  8         1827 13  6  14  6  7  6/8   -   -

Completion Rate      - 33/41  80%

Opposition Offloads  - 4
 
Effective 1st Tackles

 0 min  95m KO-OOF SS P(DCook) 79m / SS-6A(Arrow) 90m / SS-6TG(Mansour)
 3 min   2m MW Err / Ilias kick
 5 min   3m Ilias kick
 6 min   9m Walker kick COF
 9 min   0m P / P-SO GOAL
11 min   8m Walker kick COF
12 min  10m Walker kick COF
14 min  30m SS Err(DCook) / (MW TRY)
18 min  51m KO 9m / SS P(Tass) / (MW TRY)
21 min  17m KO
23 min  35m Ilias kick COF
25 min  90m SS Err(Graham) SCR
27 min   0m MW Err / P / MW-6A MW-6TG / TRY
29 min  43m SS Err(Tass)
32 min   0m P / TRY
35 min  90m Walker kick 8m / MW-40-20 / (MW TRY)
38 min  13m KO
40 min   0m MW Err SCR / TRY

half time

40 min  19m Walker kick COF
42 min   3m Walker kick COF
44 min  15m Walker kick COF
46 min   0m MW-6A / TRY
50 min   0m P / TRY
52 min 100m SS Err(Ilias)
53 min  61m DO
55 min   1m Walker kick
57 min  43m Walker kick MW-6TG / SS Err(Tass) / (MW TRY)
59 min  13m KO
61 min  88m Ilias kick COF 38m / SS-6TG(Graham) 60m / SS-6TG(Mansour) SS-CC(-)
64 min  96m SS Err(Ilias) SCR
65 min  90m DO 71m / SS-6A(Arrow)
70 min   0m MW-6TG / MW-6TG SCR P / MW-6A / TRY
72 min  89m SS Err(Koloamatangi) 65m / SS P(Mansour)
75 min  49m MW Err / SS Err(Moale) 20m / SS-6TG(Mansour)
77 min   8m MW Err SCR / Walker kick
79 min   0m MW Err / TRY

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

- 29.1m - 1st half 
- 38.9m - 2nd half 

Other First Grade Matches

16-7  LngS Brisbane   b Cronulla
18-4  Robi Penrith    b Gold Coast
21-20 Redc Warriors   b Canberra
16-12 StAu Canterbury b Syd Rstrs
35-4  Darw Nth Qld    b Parramatta
50-2  NISC Melbourne  b Newcastle
12-6  Woll St Geo-Ill b Wests-Tig

               W D  L B Diff PT
PENRITH        8 -  - - +150 16
MELBOURNE      7 -  1 - +189 14
NTH QLD        5 -  3 -  +82 10
CRONULLA       5 -  3 -  +52 10
PARRAMATTA     5 -  3 -  +51 10
SOUTHS         4 -  4 -  +39  8
SYD RSTRS      4 -  4 -  +18  8
MANLY          4 -  4 -  -14  8
Brisbane       4 -  4 -  -30  8
St Geo-Ill     4 -  4 -  -49  8
Warriors       4 -  4 -  -62  8
Gold Coast     2 -  6 -  -56  4
Wests-Tig      2 -  6 -  -68  4
Canberra       2 -  6 -  -83  4
Newcastle      2 -  6 - -114  4
Canterbury     2 -  6 - -105  4
      

Judiciary News

Josh Mansour has been charged by the Match Review Committee with a grade 1 Contracy Conduct which attracts a $1000 fine. He has taken the early guilty plea which reduces the fine by $750. Junior Tatola has been charged by the Match Review committee with a Grade 1 Dangerous Contact charge which attracts a $1500 fine. He has taken the early guilty plrease which reduces the fine to $1000.

Reserve Grade - Knock-On Effect NSW Premiership Round 8

v Blacktown, Redfern Oval, Sat Apr 30 3:00pm

WIN 26-12

South Sydney’s NSW Cup side has extended their winning streak to three, with another impressive showing against the Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles. After getting through a disrupted build up to last week’s game, the Rabbitohs welcomed back some of the regular starters, whilst continuing to bleed in some younger faces. With a stellar first-half in the books, the Rabbitohs backed it up with a strong showing in the second-half, holding off the Sea Eagles for another win. It was a disappointing start to the game for the Rabbitohs, after being unable to hold onto the ball and gifting the Sea Eagles some key set restarts. The visitors got on the board first, after James Segeyaro broke through the line and set up James Roumanos for the opener. This try only ignited the Rabbitohs attack, returning the favour minutes later, after a brilliant solo try from Jake Tago in the 16th minute. Jaxson Paulo sensationally finished off a dangerous kick from Dean Hawkins, giving Souths their first lead of the game. The Rabbitohs quickly doubled their lead minutes later, after another strong solo effort, this time from Peter Mamouzelos. Both sides struggled to hold onto to the ball throughout the backend of the half, causing a back and forth period of the game. Josiah Karapani continued on his excellent form, with a try on the eve of halftime, capping off a brilliant line break with a four-pointer. It was a back and forth start to the first-half, with the Sea Eagles finding the upper hand with a try from Bilal Maarbani. After holding out a determined Sea Eagles side after the Maarbani try, the Rabbitohs swung the momentum in their favour and begun to shut down the dangerous play of the opposing halves. Maila Chan-Foon put the result beyond doubt in the last ten minutes, with a notable try to put the Rabbitohs ahead by 14. After being on the bench but not playing in the NRL fixture, Jaxson Paulo impressed in the centres, running for 188 metres and getting the try that put the Rabbitohs ahead Josiah Karapani undoubtedly had his best game in NSW Cup, leading all players with 220 run metres, three line breaks, 11 tackle breaks and a crucial four-pointer on the brink of halftime. Trent Peoples continued on his outstanding NSW Cup campaign with another notable showing, leading all players with 46 tackles, whilst tallying up an important line break assist and try assist.

12 min  0-6
16 min  4-6  Tago try Hawkins miss
22 min 10-6  Hodge try Hawkins goal
29 min 16-6  Mamouzelos try Hawkins goal
40 min 20-6  Karapani try Hawkins miss
HT     20-6
55 min 20-12
70 min 26-12 Chan-Foon try Hawkins goal

Tago, Hodge, Mamouzelos, Karapani, Chan-Foon tries
Hawkins 3 from 5 goals

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

Referee       D.Luttringer
Touch Judges  L.Heckendorf / P.Mackey

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   6  -  -  1  -  16   1  186  2  -   -  1  -  -     -   -
LWng -  5 - Thompson, Izaac       80   4  1  -  -  1  14   -  146  4  1   1  -  -  -     -   -
LCnt -  4 - Tago, Jake            63  15  -  -  1  1   9   1   92  1  -   -  -  1  -     -   -     [0-63]
RCnt -  3 - Paulo, Jaxson         80  10  -  -  2  -  16   -  188  3  2   1  -  -  -     -   -
RWng -  2 - Karapani, Josiah      80   5  -  -  2  3  17   -  220  -  1   -  -  1  -     -   -
5/8  -  6 - Campagnolo, Jack      80  26  -  -  1  -   7   -   50  -  -   5  -  -  -     -   -
Half -  7 - Hawkins, Dean         80  25  -  -  3  -   5   1   36  -  -   9  1  -  3/5   -   -
Prop -  8 - Patterson, Hugo       47  28  1  -  2  -  10   -  104  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [0-21,54-80]
Hook -  9 - Mamouzelos, Peter     80  32  2  -  -  1   4   2   61  1  -   1  1  1  -     -   -     
Prop - 10 - Hodge, Tyson          39  17  1  -  1  -  11   -  103  -  -   -  -  1  -     -   -     [0-26,63-76]
SRow - 11 - Peoples, Trent        80  46  1  1  5  -   9   -   83  -  1   -  1  -  -     -   -     
SRow - 12 - Chan-Foon, Maila      80  34  -  -  5  1   8   -   59  2  2   -  -  1  -     -   -     
Lock - 13 - Hasson, James         55  21  -  -  -  -  10   -   87  1  1   -  -  -  -     -   - (c) [0-29,54-80]

Int  - 14 - Mougios, Nic          17   2  -  -  2  -   1   -    7  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [63-80]
Int  - 15 - Gordon, Yileen        25  21  -  -  -  -   4   -   35  -  2   -  -  -  -     -   -     [29-54]
Int  - 16 + Giles, Thomas         42  26  -  -  -  -   7   -   62  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [21-63]
Int  - 17 - Hardman, D'arcy       32  27  -  -  1  -   6   -   60  -  1   -  -  -  -     -   -     [26-54,76-80]

Conc - 19 - Duncan, Tallis                                                                         (DNP)

                                     345  6  1 26  7         1587 14 11  17  4  5  3/5   -   -

Completion Rate      - 27/39  69%

Opposition Offloads  - 3

Other NSW Cup Round 8 Matches

18-12 StAu Norths     b Canterbury
26-12 SMry Penrith    b Newtown
34-22 NISC Newcastle  b Mt Prtchrd
46-16 Woll St Geo-Ill b Wests
28-4  Klyv Canberra   b Parramatta

               W D  L B Diff PT
PENRITH        7 -  1 - +176 14
NORTHS         6 -  1 1  +52 14
NEWTOWN        6 -  2 -  +72 12
PARRAMATTA     5 -  3 -  +72 10
SOUTHS         5 -  3 -  +62 10
Canterbury     5 -  3 -  +62 10
Canberra       4 -  4 -  -11  8
St Geo-Ill     4 -  4 -  -58  8
Newcastle      3 -  5 -  -24  6
Blacktown      1 -  6 1 -118  4
Mt Pritchard   1 -  7 -  -86  2
Wests          - -  8 - -193  -

NSWRL U21 Jersey Flegg Round 8

v Manly-Warringah, 1:15pm

LOSS 12-20

The Rabbitohs Jersey Flegg side went down in a tight outing against the Sea Eagles, resulting in an unfortunate fourth straight loss. After heading into the break level at six points apiece, the game was there for the taking. However with a few crucial decisions and errors falling the way of the Sea Eagles, the visitors capitalised on a strong start to the second-half, holding on for a narrow victory. The visitors got on the board first through Iverson Mapu-Satiu, making the Rabbitohs pay for a critical mistake. Souths begun to swing the momentum in their favour, gaining a massive set-restart and scoring on the heels of an impressive run from Trent Griffiths. After a rather even first-half in the books, the Sea Eagles exploded out of the blocks, putting the hosts on the backfoot in the early stages after the restart. Sunia Siasau capped off the successful period for the Sea Eagles, with his try in the 44th minute. The Sea Eagles doubled their lead moments later, as Gordon Chan Kum Tong caught the Rabbitohs defence off-guard and crashed over for the third try of the afternoon. The visitors continued to push forward and forced Souths into some uncharacteristic penalties close to the line, giving the Sea Eagles two penalty goals in the process. Tyron Munro gave the Rabbitohs a lifeline with 15 minutes remaining, capping off a memorable debut with a four-pointer. It just wasn’t the Rabbitohs day, having a try under the post ruled out in the final minutes, which would of left them with a grandstand finish. Leon Te Hau backed up from his impressive showing last week, putting on another clinic and becoming a real leader from the back. Tyron Munro sensationally made his mark on Jersey Flegg, getting a try on debut and fitting in seamlessly. Romano Cook had another impressive game from hooker, leading the Rabbitohs in defence whilst catching the Sea Eagles defence off-guard on several occasions in attack.

 8 min  0-6
25 min  6-6  Griffiths try R.Cook goal
HT      6-6
44 min  6-10
49 min  6-16
54 min  6-18
58 min  6-20
64 min 12-20 Munro try R.Cook goal

Griffiths, Munro tries
R.Cook 2 from 2 goals 

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

Referee       L.Saldern
Touch Judges  L.Heckendorf / P.Mackey

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   1  -  -  2  -   -   -   88  2  2   2  -  -  -     -   -
LWng -  5 - Kaho, Carson          70   7  -  -  1  1   -   -   93  3  -   -  -  -  -     -   -
LCnt -  3 - Te Hau, Leon          70  16  1  -  -  1   -   -  135  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -
RCnt -  4 - Kalo Kalo, Terrell    57  11  -  -  4  -   -   -   42  1  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [0-52,65-70] HIA
RWng -  2 + Munro, Tyrone         70   5  -  -  4  -   -   -   94  2  -   -  -  1  -     -   -
5/8  -  6 - Teaupa, Dion          70  26  -  -  7  -   -   -   85  -  1   8  1  -  -     -   -
Half -  7 - Nohra, Joseph         70  10  -  -  1  -   -   -   23  1  1   3  -  -  -     -   -
Prop -  8 - Karam, Jacob          33  10  -  -  -  -   -   -   70  1  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [0-17,54-70]
Hook -  9 - Cook, Romano          70  28  -  -  3  -   -   -   36  -  -   -  -  -  2/2   -   - (c)
Prop - 10 - Vailalo, Isaiah       39  23  -  1  2  -   -   -   51  1  2   -  -  -  -     -   -     [0-23,46-58,66-70]
SRow - 11 - Parnell, Byron        15  10  -  -  1  -   -   -   13  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [0-15]
SRow - 12 - Grossemy, Louis       70  29  -  -  7  -   -   -   78  2  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     
Lock - 13 - Duncan, Tallis        70  31  1  -  3  -   -   -  111  1  2   -  -  -  -     -   -     

Int  - 14 - Rizk, Josh            20   3  1  -  1  1   -   -   56  1  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [50-70]
Int  - 15 - Tweedie, Cruise       42  26  1  -  3  -   -   -   50  -  1   -  -  -  -     -   -     [15-50,52-65]
Int  - 16 - Griffiths, Trent      37  17  -  -  -  1   -   -   45  1  -   -  -  1  -     -   -     [17-54]
Int  - 17 - Moretti, Marco        31   9  1  -  1  -   -   -   68  -  1   -  1  -  -     -   -     [23-46,58-66]

Conc - 18 - Mezzomo, OScar                                                                         (DNP)

                                     262  5  1 40  4         1145 16 11  13  2  2  2/2   -   -

Completion Rate      - 21/34  61%

Opposition Offloads  - 4

Other U21 Round 8 Matches

36-4  StAu Syd Rstrs  b Canterbury
36-16 SMry Penrith    b Cronulla
12-0  StJn Newcastle  b Victoria
24-10 UniW Wests-Tig  b St Geo-Ill
30-6  Klyv Canberra   b Parramatta

               W D  L B Diff PT
SYD RSTRS      6 -  2 - +136 12
NEWCASTLE      6 -  2 -  +29 12
PENRITH        5 -  3 -  +90 10
CRONULLA       4 1  3 -  +54  9
ST GEO-ILL     4 1  2 -  +18  9 **
Wests-Tig      4 -  4 -  -24  8
Victoria       3 -  4 -  -32  6 **
Canterbury     3 -  4 -  -37  6 **
Parramatta     3 -  5 -  -45  6
Manly          3 -  5 -  -46  6
Canberra       3 -  5 -  -69  6
Souths         1 -  6 -  -70  2 **

** - postponed

NSWRL U19 SG Ball Cup - Grand Final

22-20 WSS  (2v1) Penrith    b Syd Rstrs
           
NSWRL U17 Matthews Cup - Grand Final

42-10 WSS  (1v2) Wests      b Cronulla

NSWRL Womens Premiership - Round 2

v Cronulla-Sutherland, Central Coast Stadium, Fri Apr 29 5:35pm

LOSS 0-36

The Rabbitohs NSW Women’s side was outclassed by a tough Sharks outfit on Friday night in Gosford. It was a tough game for Souths, after going behind in the opening stages, the Sharks ran away with the game and proved to be too clinical with the ball in hand. The Sharks were tested by the Rabbitohs attack, however their resilience in defence resulted in a scoreless day for the girls. Tiana Penitani and Maddie Studdon got the Sharks off to an incredible start, with tries in the opening five minutes. As the errors began to plague the Rabbitohs in attack, the Sharks pounced with their third try of the afternoon through Andie Robinson. Cronulla went into the break-up by 16 points, with the Rabbitohs unable to convert on any of their chances close to the line. South started off the second-half on a positive note, forcing the Sharks on the backfoot with a few set-restarts, giving them a massive boost in momentum. After getting through a tricky opening period, the Sharks reclaimed control of the game as Kiana Takairangi found the line, shortly before Penitani tallied up a double. The final ten minutes were a struggle for Souths, giving the Sharks to opportunity to extend their lead, which they firmly took. Alexandra Weir and Takairangi capped off the scoring for the Sharks, as they walked away with a comfortable 36-0 win. It was a disappointing day, but one that the girls can take plenty of positives from. Ellie Johnston put on a courageous display in the forward pack, giving her all throughout the match and lifting the side in attack. Monique Donovan was inspirational defensively, with targeted her edge being targeted throughout the game, she stood tall and contained the potent Sharks attack. Sharna Piccinelli got through a mountain of work in defence, putting on a true captain’s display in a losing effort.

 
 1 min  0-4
 4 min  0-10
22 min  0-16
HT      0-16
48 min  0-22
55 min  0-26
66 min  0-32
69 min  0-36

no tries
no goals 

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

Referee       B.Mani
Touch Judges  B.Teague / C.Richardson

Final Line Up -
                                 Min Tac Pe 6A MT LB  Rn  DR    m Er OL   K TA  T  G/A  FG 2FG
Flbk -  1 - Caine, Terri-Ann      70   3  -  -  5  -   -   -   20  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   - 
RWng -  5 - Perugini, Nikki       49   8  -  -  3  -   -   -   12  1  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [0-28,49-70]
RCnt -  4 - Raikadroka, Patricia  62  12  -  -  2  -   -   -   74  1  1   -  -  -  -     -   -     [0-62]
LCnt -  3 - Donovan, Monique      70  14  -  -  2  -   -   -   69  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -
LWng -  2 - Constable, Brittany   70   8  -  -  1  -   -   -   71  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -
5/8  -  6 - Kelly, Akira          70   8  -  -  5  -   -   -   40  -  -   7  -  -  -     -   -
Half -  7 - Hapuku, Te Aroha      70  12  -  -  4  -   -   -   19  1  -   5  -  -  -     -   -
Prop -  8 - Pauli, Christine      32  16  3  -  -  -   -   -   43  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [0-20,58-70]     
Hook -  9 - Lamb, Rikka           57  19  -  -  3  -   -   -   29  -  -   1  -  -  -     -   -     [0-49,62-70] 
Prop - 10 - Johnston, Ellie       70  22  1  -  -  -   -   -  125  -  3   -  -  -  -     -   -     
SRow - 11 - Cook, Tia              9   5  -  -  -  -   -   -   14  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [0-9] 
SRow - 12 - Muru, Shannon         58  18  -  -  -  -   -   -   36  1  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [0-58] 
Lock - 13 - Piccinelli, Sharna    70  17  1  -  4  -   -   -   95  1  1   -  -  -  -     -   - (c) 

Int  - 14 + Markham, Stacey       42   2  -  -  1  -   -   -    6  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [28-70]
Int  - 15 - Fa'amausili, Rysh'e   55  15  1  -  -  -   -   -   52  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [9-64]
Int  - 16 - Leger, Mariah         27   9  -  -  -  -   -   -   18  1  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [43-70]
Int  - 17 - Kilisimasi, Seneti    23   5  -  -  -  -   -   -  113  -  1   -  -  -  -     -   -     [20-43]

Conc - 18 - Gordon, Kyla                                                                           (DNP)

                                     193  6  - 30  -          844  7  6  11  -  -  -     -   -

Completion Rate      - 20/27  74%

Opposition Offloads  - 6

Other Womens NSW Premiership Matches - Round 2

24-14 SMry St Marys   b Wntwrthvll
16-4  Kanw Wests-Tig  b C Coast
14-12 StJn Mt Prtchrd b Newcastle
BYE        Norths

               W D  L B Diff PT
CRONULLA       2 -  - -  +42  4
NORTHS         1 -  - 1  +38  4
WESTS-TIGERS   2 -  - -  +18  4
NEWCASTLE      1 -  1 -   +4  2
Mt Pritchard   1 -  1 -   -4  2
Central Coast  - -  1 1  -12  2
St Marys       1 -  1 -  -28  2
Wentworthville - -  2 -  -16  -
Souths         - -  2 -  -42  -

NSWRL Womens U19 Tarsha Gale Cup - Grand Final

12-10 WSS  (1v2) Syd I Acad b Newcastle


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