2022 NRL Premiership - Round 12

South Sydney v Wests-Tigers

Stadium Australia

Sat May 28, 5:30pm

Selected Round 12 Teams

CyberView from the Hill - Last Week

CyberView from the Hill - This Week

Late Changes

Knight, Tass, Peoples, Hawkins and Thompson have been trimmed 24h before the game. Tatola dropped out of the team. Mansour is the concussion sub. Nikorima started at fullback, Murray at lock, Taaffe and Sele on the bench.

WIN 44-18

Alex Johnston became South Sydney's greatest ever tryscorer as a second-half surge gave the Rabbitohs a 44-18 win over Wests Tigers at Accor Stadium on Saturday night. Johnston's hat-trick and a double to Cody Walker were the catalysts for the Bunnies' win, avenging a loss to the Tigers just five weeks ago. As the game celebrates Indigenous Round it was fitting that Johnston and Walker stood tall and steadied Souths' season after three losses in their previous five games. The Tigers got away to a flyer when Asu Kepaoa intercepted a Lachlan Ilias pass and raced 90 metres to grab the opening try of the night in the sixth minute. Veteran Tigers winger Ken Maumalo then made it a double strike when he touched down in the left hand corner after Jackson Hastings launched a bomb which Brent Naden tapped down to Daine Laurie who found his skipper. A penalty goal to Luke Brooks in the 15th minute extended the Tigers' lead to 12-0 before the Rabbitohs hit back in the 24th minute through prolific winger Alex Johnston, finishing off some slick lead-up work by Cameron Murray, Cody Walker and Campbell Graham. Johnston try took his career tally to 145, just short of Nathan Merritt as the Rabbitohs' greatest ever tryscorer. With six minutes remaining in the first half the Rabbitohs drew level when Siliva Havili crashed over from close range and Kodi Nikorima knocked over the conversion. The Tigers regained the lead on the stroke of half-time when Laurie produced a superb cut-out pass to put Maumalo over for his second try of the night and 10th of the season. A spilled bomb by Nikorima early in the second half put the Rabbitohs under pressure but they hung on and went up the other end to lay on another try for Johnston - equalling Merritt's record of 146 tries. Four minutes later Graham forced his way over from dummy half and the Rabbitohs had the lead at 22-18. When Brooks kicked out on the full in the 59th minute the Rabbitohs pounced, Graham getting an offload away to Johnston for his record-breaking 147th try for the club. Alex Johnston's place among Rabbitohs royalty was already assured but his third try of the night in the 60th minute took him into a whole new stratosphere. In his 178th career game the 27-year-old racked up his 147th try to surpass Nathan Merritt as the foundation club's greatest every tryscorer. Johnston also became the highest tryscorer at Accor Stadium with 72 tries in 76 games at the Olympic stadium. Another of the Rabbitohs' Indigenous champions Walker got in on the action with 15 minutes to play, scooping the ball up and diving over after Luciano Leilua had fumbled an Ilias grubber. Walker made it a double in the 71st minute before a runaway intercept try to Jaxson Paulo heaped more pain on the Tigers and made it 44-18. After trailing 18-12 at the break the Rabbitohs ran riot in the second term, piling on 32 unanswered points to notch their sixth win of the season.

 5 min  0-6
 8 min  0-10
14 min  0-12
23 min  6-12 Johnston try Nikorima goal
33 min 12-12 Havili try Nikorima goal
38 min 12-18
HT     12-18
47 min 18-18 Johnston try Nikorima goal
51 min 22-18 Graham try Nikorima miss
59 min 26-18 Johnston try (record) Nikorima miss
65 min 32-18 Walker try Taaffe goal
70 min 38-18 Walker try Taaffe goal
77 min 44-18 Paulo try Taaffe goal

Johnston 3, Walker 2, Havili, Graham, Paulo tries
Nikorima 3 from 5, Taaffe 3 from 3 goals

Crowd         13,585
Referee       C.Sutton
Touch Judges  M.Noyen / N.Beashel
Video         A.Gee

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

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

Flbk - 17 - Nikorima, Kodi        61   6  -  -  1  -   6   -   22  2  -   2  -  -  3/5   -   -     [0-61]
LWng -  2 - Johnston, Alex        80   5  -  -  1  3  11   -  131  -  -   1  -  3  -     -   -
LCnt -  4 - Graham, Campbell      80  16  1  -  1  1  16   1  169  -  1   -  3  1  -     -   -
RCnt -  3 - Paulo, Jaxson         80  11  -  -  2  -   9   -  182  -  -   -  -  1  -     -   -
RWng -  5 - Milne, Taane          80   6  -  -  1  -  11   -  114  2  -   -  -  -  -     -   -
5/8  -  6 - Walker, Cody          80  21  -  1  1  1   6   -   57  -  -   5  -  2  -     -   -
Half -  7 - Ilias, Lachlan        80   9  -  -  4  -   9   -   63  1  -  10  2  -  -     -   -
Prop - 15 - Nicholls, Mark        38  20  -  -  -  -  11   -  127  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [0-15,57-80]
Hook -  9 - Cook, Damien          80  40  -  -  -  -  13   7  123  -  1   2  -  -  -     -   -     
Prop - 10 - Burgess, Tom          51  20  1  -  2  -  19   -  235  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [0-21,50-80]
SRow - 11 - Koloamatangi, Keaon   80  19  -  -  1  -  14   -  152  2  1   -  -  -  -     -   -     
SRow - 12 - Arrow, Jai            80  37  1  -  -  -   9   -  100  -  1   -  -  -  -     -   -     
Lock - 24 - Murray, Cameron       60  26  1  -  -  -  18   -  151  -  3   -  -  -  -     -   - (c) [0-35,48-73]

Int  -  1 - Taaffe, Blake         19   1  -  -  1  -   1   -   25  1  -   -  -  -  3/3   -   -     [61-80]
Int  - 13 - Sele, Hame            29  12  -  -  1  -  12   -  146  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [21-50]
Int  - 16 - Havili, Silva         49  22  -  -  -  1  14   -  164  -  1   -  -  1  -     -   -     [15-57,73-80]
Int  - 21 - Mitchell, Shaquai     13   7  -  -  -  -   5   -   61  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [35-48]

Conc - 18 - Mansour, Josh                                                                          (DNP)

                                     278  4  1 16  6         2029  8  8  20  5  8  6/8    -   -

Completion Rate      - 34/42  80%

Opposition Offloads  - 8
 
Effective 1st Tackles

 0 min  19m KO
 2 min   1m WT-6A / DCook kick
 4 min   0m Nikorima kick CIG
 5 min 100m SS Err(Ilias) (WT TRY)
 7 min  16m KO / (WT TRY)
10 min  20m KO
12 min 100m Ilias kick COF 15m / SS P(Murray) 65m / SS P(Murray) (WT GOAL)
15 min  15m KO
17 min  14m WT Err / WT-6A / SS Err(Koloamatangi)
19 min   6m Ilias kick
20 min   0m Walker kick CIG
23 min   0m Walker kick WT-6TG P / TRY
25 min  17m Walker kick COF
28 min  44m Ilias kick 7m SS P(Graham)
30 min   4m Ilias kick DCook kick
32 min   4m WT Err SCR / ChOv / SS P(Havili) SS-CC
33 min   0m WT Err SCR / WT-6A / TRY
36 min  35m SS Err(Koloamatangi)
37 min  66m DO / (WT TRY)
39 min  16m KO

half time

41 min  22m Ilias kick COF
42 min  98m SS Err(Nikorima) SCR 89m SS-6A(Walker)
44 min   0m WT Err / Ilias kick CIG
45 min  10m Nikorima kick WT-6TG WT-CC
47 min   0m WT Err / TRY
49 min  10m Walker kick COF
51 min   0m WT-6A / TRY
54 min   9m Ilias kick COF
55 min  95m SS Err(Nikorima) / 96m SS P(Arrow)
58 min   1m Ilias kick
59 min   0m WT Err WT-CC(x) / TRY
62 min  21m ChOv
65 min   0m WT Err SCR / Ilias kick TRY
66 min  58m WT-ShKO SS Err(Milne)
68 min   6m Ilias kick
70 min   0m P / TRY
73 min   1m SS Err(DCook) WT Err SCR Walker kick
75 min  28m WT Err SCR SS Err(Taaffe) SCR
77 min   0m WT Err TRY
80 min  40m SS Err(Graham)

Average effective 1st tackle location
- 23.8m - for the whole match

- 30.0m - 1st half 
- 18.5m - 2nd half 

Other First Grade Matches

28-8  MRSt Melbourne  b Manly
22-0  Penr Penrith    b Nth Qld
35-24 LngS Brisbane   b Gold Coast
24-16 Redc Newcastle  b Warriors
36-16 Ende Syd Rstrs  b Cronulla
34-24 Belm St Geo-Ill b Canterbury
28-20 Bruc Parramatta b Canberra

               W D  L B Diff PT
PENRITH       11 -  1 - +216 22
MELBOURNE      9 -  3 - +189 18
NTH QLD        8 -  4 - +134 16
BRISBANE       8 -  4 -  +63 16
PARRAMATTA     8 -  4 -  +56 16
SYD RSTRS      7 -  5 -  +53 14
CRONULLA       7 -  5 -  +38 14
SOUTHS         6 -  6 -  +27 12
St Geo-Ill     6 -  6 -  -73 12
Canberra       5 -  7 -  -41 10
Manly          5 -  7 -  -60 10
Warriors       4 -  8 -  -97  8
Newcastle      4 -  8 - -140  8
Gold Coast     3 -  9 -  -98  6
Wests-Tig      3 -  9 - -118  6
Canterbury     2 - 10 - -149  4
      

Judiciary News

No one has been charged by the Match Review Committee.

Reserve Grade - Knock-On Effect NSW Premiership Round 12

v North Sydney, North Sydney Oval, Sun May 29 12:00pm

LOSS 24-32

Souths started off the game in a rapid fashion, getting the opening try of the day in the 2nd minute through Izaac Thompson. However, the Bears answered back swiftly with Keighran finishing off a Kevin Naiqama breakaway run to level the score. The Rabbitohs began to build momentum, forcing the Bears into set restarts and errors, giving Davvy Moale the perfect chance to break through for his second try of the season. With the lead back in their hand, the Rabbitohs took firm control of the game with two more tries in rapid succession. Ben Lovett and Josh Mansour crossed over shortly after each other, as the Bears defensive woes began to come to the forefront. The Bears looked to be out of the game, as Souths began to put them under the pump defensively. With the hosts desperate for a spark in attack, Keighran stepped up once again with a crucial try just minutes before the break. Although the Rabbitohs led by two tries, with only one successful conversion the Bears started the second half behind by just six points. It was a tale of two halves, with the Bears immediately putting the Rabbitohs under the pump from the first tackle. On the heels of three consecutive penalties, North Sydney comfortably made their way up the field and levelled the scores once again through Jerry Key. Tom Carr gave the Bears their first lead of the match in the 53rd minute, capping off a remarkable turnaround for the hosts. Souths were dealt a major blow just minutes later, with Hugo Patterson sent to the sin-bin for a late tackle. With an extra man in attack, the Bears firmly took advantage scoring eight points in the ten minute period to put the result beyond doubt. Keighran added two points, before Egan Butcher cracked the Rabbitohs defence to put the lead at 14. It was a sloppy end to the game for both sides, but the Rabbitohs managed to get a consolation in the dying stages of the game, with Thompson crossing for a double. With North Sydney securing the win, it means they now sit four points clear of Souths in third spot on the ladder and have defeated their local rivals twice this season. Individually, it was another dominant showing from Davvy Moale, with the imposing forward getting a crucial try and leading his side in running metres. Ben Lovett impressed in his first game since the charity shield fixture at the start of the season, playing the entirety of the game and celebrating his return to NSW Cup with a four-pointer. Jacob Gagai had another strong showing at fullback, giving Souths the big plays in attack whilst crucially getting the team out of their own area.

 2 min  4-0  Thompson try Hawkins miss
 7 min  4-6
17 min 10-6  Moale try Hawkins goal
22 min 14-6  Lovett try Hawkins miss
26 min 18-6  Mansour try Hawkins miss
38 min 18-12
HT     18-12
48 min 18-18
53 min 18-24
59 min 18-26
66 min 18-32
76 min 24-32 Thompson try Hawkins miss

Thompson 2, Moale, Lovett, Mansour tries
Hawkins 2 from 5 goals

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

Referee       D.Luttringer
Touch Judges  N.Beashel / M.Jones

58 min Patterson, Hugo         10SB Professional Foul

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   4  -  -  4  -   9   1   96  -  -   -  2  -  -     -   -
LWng -  2 - Thompson, Izaac       80   2  -  -  1  2  11   -  112  3  1   -  -  2  -     -   -
LCnt -  3 - Tass, Isaiah          80   7  1  -  4  -  11   -   99  2  -   -  -  -  -     -   -
RCnt -  4 - Kennar, Richard       80  11  -  -  2  -  11   -  115  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -
RWng -  5 - Mansour, Josh         80   9  -  -  4  1   7   1   75  -  -   -  -  1  -     -   -
5/8  -  6 - Campagnolo, Jack      80  16  1  -  4  -  16   2   73  -  -   4  1  -  -     -   -
Half -  7 - Hawkins, Dean         80  16  -  -  1  -  14   -   74  -  -  11  1  -  2/5   -   -
Prop -  8 - Moale, Davvy          60  19  1  -  3  1  18   -  169  1  -   -  -  1  -     -   -     [0-31,51-80] OR
Hook -  9 - Gardiner, Shannon     63  29  -  -  -  -   5   5   20  1  -   2  1  -  -     -   -     [0-63]
Prop - 15 - Patterson, Hugo       40  15  1  -  3  -  12   -  125  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [0-31,53-58,68-72] 10SB OR
SRow - 11 - Peoples, Trent        68  31  -  -  2  -   9   -   91  1  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [0-68]
SRow - 12 + Lovett, Ben           80  28  -  1  5  -  12   -  100  -  -   -  -  1  -     -   -     
Lock - 13 - Hasson, James         43  12  -  -  2  -  14   1  128  -  1   -  -  -  -     -   - (c) [0-29,51-53,68-80] HIA

Int  - 22 - Tago, Jake            17   2  -  -  -  -   2   -    9  1  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [63-80]
Int  - 10 - Hodge, Tyson          20  10  -  -  -  -   3   -   32  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [31-51]
Int  - 16 - Gordon, Yileen        28  14  -  -  -  -  10   -   89  -  1   -  -  -  -     -   -     [31-51,72-80]
Int  - 17 - Hardman, D'arcy       51  27  1  -  3  -  14   -  113  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [29-80]

Conc - 19 - Mougios, Nic                                                                           (DNP)

                                     252  5  1 38  4         1530  9  3  17  5  5  2/5   -   -

Completion Rate      - 27/34  79%

Opposition Offloads  - 13

Other NSW Cup Round 12 Matches

40-22 Belm St Geo-Ill b Canterbury
21-21 Lidc Wests      d Newtown
30-28 Bruc Parramatta b Canberra
36-26 Mait Newcastle  b Penrith
40-10 Aubr Mt Prtchrd b Blacktown

               W D  L B Diff PT
PENRITH        9 -  2 1 +188 20
NEWTOWN        8 1  2 1  +98 19
PARRAMATTA     8 -  3 1 +123 18
NORTHS         8 -  3 1  +81 18
CANTERBURY     7 -  4 1 +106 16
SOUTHS         6 -  5 1  +46 14
Canberra       4 -  6 2  -30 12
Newcastle      5 -  6 1  -30 12
St Geo-Ill     5 -  6 1  -67 12
Mt Pritchard   2 -  8 2  -70  8
Wests          1 1  9 1 -231  5
Blacktown      1 - 10 1 -208  4

NSWRL U21 Jersey Flegg - Round 11

v Sydney Roosters, Windsor Sports Complex, Sun May 29 4:00pm

LOSS 14-34

Game was relocated from Waverly Park during the week. It was another difficult outing for the Jersey Flegg side, going behind early and falling to their third straight defeat. It’s been the story of the season so far, going behind early only to come back and fall just short in the end. Their opponents this week were the top of the table Roosters, who had averaged 32 points per game in their first ten games. The lethal attack of the Roosters was on full display early on, with three quick tries sending them into the comfortable lead. The Rabbitohs showed plenty of fight to come back and reduce the deficit, but the initial lead proved too much to overcome. Corey Ross, Luke Knight and Tevita Masima got the Roosters off to a dream start, with the trio all getting themselves tries in the opening 15 minutes. The hosts were looking dangerous with every set as the game progressed and gave Souths their toughest test of the year thus far. As they usually do, the Rabbitohs were determined to find an avenue back in the game and ignited their attack when Carsen Kaho opened the scoring. Terrell Kalo Kalo reduced the Roosters lead to just six, as the Rabbitohs began to match the intensity shown by their opponents early on. The sides went into the break separated by just a converted try, with Souths taking in the momentum towards the backend of the half. Their hard work was unfortunately undone, as the Roosters started off the second half the same way they did the first, with Vuate Karawalevu finding the line. Wesley Bruines got the Rabbitohs back within a try, as the Rabbitohs began to find their momentum again. After a tough middle sector of the game, the Rooster began to show their quality and pulled the game away from Souths. Jordan Swann’s try in the 52nd minute gave the Roosters the much needed breathing room, shortly before Ethan King sealed the result. The Roosters extended their unbeaten streak to five at the expense of the Rabbitohs, who remain bottom of the ladder. The week by week improvement from the Jersey Flegg side has been very evident and is sure to translate into more positive results as the season continues. Wesley Bruin and Carsen Kaho were impressive in the backline for Souths, continually forcing the issue of the Rooster’s defence whilst gaining some crucial field position. Tom Giles and Isaiah Vailalo had exceptional outings, bringing it against the most formidable pack in the competition. Ben Campagnolo gave the Rabbitohs plenty of punch off the bench, in his first game back after a lengthy stint out of the game due to an injury.

 5 min  0-6
12 min  0-12
16 min  0-16
25 min  6-16 Kaho try D.Teaupa goal
30 min 10-16 Kalo Kalo try D.Teaupa miss
HT     10-16
36 min 10-22
41 min 14-22 Bruines try D.Teaupa miss
52 min 14-28
67 min 14-34

Kaho, Kalo Kalo, Bruines tries
D.Teaupa 1 from 3 goals 

Penalties  2-3 (1H  1-0 )
6-Again    1-1 (1H  1-1 )

Referee       J.Bird
Touch Judges  M.Stone / B.Mani

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

Flbk -  5 - Tobin, Jake           70   6  -  -  2  -   -   -  111  1  -   -  1  -  -     -   -
LWng -  2 - Kaho, Carson          70   6  -  -  3  1   -   -  124  -  1   1  -  1  -     -   -
LCnt -  1 - Kalo Kalo, Terrell    70  11  -  -  2  2   -   -   76  1  -   -  1  1  -     -   -
RCnt -  4 - Garner, Ryan          70  18  1  -  4  -   -   -   52  -  1   -  -  -  -     -   -
RWng - 20 - Bruines, Wesley       70   8  -  -  4  2   -   -  110  -  -   -  -  1  -     -   -
5/8  -  6 - Teaupa, Dion          70  14  -  -  1  -   -   -   50  -  -   7  1  -  1/3   -   -
Half -  7 - Bray, Keahlan         70  21  -  -  4  -   -   -   33  -  -   3  -  -  -     -   -
Prop -  8 - Giles, Thomas         49  39  -  -  -  -   -   -   64  -  1   -  -  -  -     -   - (c) [0-23,44-70]
Hook -  9 - Cook, Romano          70  27  -  -  5  -   -   -   54  1  1   1  -  -  -     -   -      
Prop - 10 - Vailalo, Isaiah       28  22  -  -  1  -   -   -   75  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [0-15,57-70]
SRow - 14 - Mezzomo, Oscar        42  25  -  -  -  -   -   -    9  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [0-21,49-70]
SRow - 12 - Grossemy, Louis       61  22  -  1  2  -   -   -   83  1  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [0-61]
Lock - 13 - Duncan, Tallis        70  31  -  -  3  -   -   -   60  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     

Int  - 17 + Campagnolo, Benn      37  10  1  -  -  -   -   -   57  1  1   -  -  -  -     -   -     [21-49,61-70]
Int  - 15 - Gale, Lachlan         21   6  -  -  -  -   -   -   67  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [23-44] 
Int  - 16 - Griffiths, Trent      29  14  -  -  2  -   -   -   49  1  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [15-44]
Int  - 18 - Moretti, Marco        13   9  1  -  2  -   -   -   23  1  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [44-57]

Conc - 21 - Hawe-De-Thierry, D                                                                     (DNP) Dranza

                                     289  3  1 35  5         1104  7  5  12  3  3  1/3   -   -

Completion Rate      - 21/29  72%

Opposition Offloads  - 8

Other U21 Matches - Round 11

36-6  Belm St Geo-Ill b Canterbury
32-18 CsyF Victoria   b Manly
40-0  Lidc Wests-Tig  b Cronulla
40-0  Bruc Parramatta b Canberra
26-12 Mait Newcastle  b Penrith

               W D  L B Diff PT
SYD RSTRS      9 -  2 - +192 18
NEWCASTLE      8 -  3 -  +67 16
ST GEO-ILL     6 2  2 -  +38 14
PENRITH        6 -  5 -  +60 12
WESTS-TIG      6 -  4 -  +22 12 **
CRONULLA       5 1  5 -   +4 11
Victoria       4 -  6 1  -28 10
Canberra       4 -  6 1  -25 10
Canterbury     4 1  5 -  -59  9 **
Parramatta     4 -  7 -  -20  8
Manly          4 -  7 -  -59  8
Souths         2 -  9 - -108  4

** - postponed match

NSWRL Womens Premiership - Round 5

v North Sydney, North Sydney Oval, 12:00pm

LOSS 14-28

The Rabbitohs’ Harvey Norman NSW Women’s side was put up against undoubtedly their toughest opponent yet in the North Sydney Bears. The Bears, who came into this match undefeated, presented and immediate threat in attack whilst boasting the second-best defensive record in the competition. After a hard-fought first half, the Bears went into the break up by just six points and with everything to play for. However, North Sydney proved their quality in the second half, running away with the result in the final ten minutes. It was an intriguing start to the game, with Terri-Ann Caine getting the Rabbitohs out to a surprising lead, before Kalosipani Hopoate got the Bears back on level terms. The battle continued as the game began to flow more between the teams, as Rachael Pearson re-instated Souths’ lead with her try in the 17th minute. In dramatic scenes, North Sydney answered back a minute after the kick-off through Allison Futialo. It was an incredibly disappointing end to the half for the visitors, allowing Pier Pritchard to cross over, giving the Bears a six point lead heading into the break. The Rabbitohs would consider themselves unlucky to not be level or in the lead at the break and ultimately paid the price against an elite side. Souths put on a heroic display defensively in the second half, holding out the Bears for the majority of the half and showing plenty of flashes in attack. With the game hanging in the balance, Kirra Dib found the line for the Bears and seemingly secured the result in the process. The Rabbitohs fired back through Stacey Markham, but her efforts were made redundant after Futialo scored her second in the final minute of play. In tough circumstances, the Rabbitohs were defeated but put on what was one of the best performances in recent memory. Ellie Johnston was instrumental for Souths, putting her all in attack and defence throughout the whole game in the middle. Patricia Raikadroka showed her quality in defence, whilst putting on a notable showing getting the ball out of her own end. Rachael Pearson impressed in her first game for the club, just days after being announced as NSW halfback, she showed her quality in game management and why the Rabbitohs signed her.

 
 6 min  4-0  Caine try Pearson miss
10 min  4-6
17 min 10-6  Pearson try Pearson goal
18 min 10-12
33 min 10-16
HT     10-16
60 min 10-22
64 min 14-22 Markham try Pearson miss
69 min 14-28

Caine, Pearson, Markham tries
Pearson 1 from 3 goals 

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

Referee       E.Klien
Touch Judges  

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  -  -  1  -   -   -   88  4  -   -  -  1  -     -   -
RWng -  5 - Markham, Stacey       70   5  -  -  4  1   -   -  110  -  -   -  -  1  -     -   -
RCnt -  4 - Raikadroka, Patricia  70   9  -  -  4  -   -   -   86  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -
LCnt -  3 - Donovan, Monique      70   8  -  -  4  1   -   -   51  1  -   -  -  -  -     -   -
LWng -  2 - Constable, Brittany   70  10  -  -  3  -   -   -   74  1  -   1  -  -  -     -   -
5/8  -  6 - Kelly, Akira          70   9  -  -  3  -   -   -   44  -  -   5  1  -  -     -   -
Half -  7 + Pearson, Rachel       70   9  1  -  4  -   -   -   32  2  -   7  1  1  1/3   -   -
Prop -  8 - Pauli, Christine      36  25  -  -  1  -   -   -  100  1  1   -  -  -  -     -   -     [0-16,50-70] HIA
Hook -  9 - Mailangi, Seli        63  31  1  -  4  -   -   -   43  -  1   -  -  -  -     -   -     [0-54,61-70]
Prop - 10 - Johnston, Ellie       70  20  1  -  4  -   -   -  115  -  1   -  -  -  -     -   -     
SRow - 11 + Kafoa, Tayla          56  11  2  -  7  -   -   -   61  1  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [0-21,35-70]
SRow - 12 - Muru, Shannon         50   7  -  -  4  -   -   -   75  1  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [0-50]
Lock - 13 - Piccinelli, Sharna    51  34  -  -  7  -   -   -   48  -  2   -  -  -  -     -   - (c) [0-31,50-70]

Int  - 15 - Moale, Moniqca        21   9  -  -  -  -   -   -   26  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [21-35,54-61]
Int  - 16 - Whiteley, Cindy-Lee   10   1  -  -  -  -   -   -   22  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [40-50]
Int  - 17 - Mailangi, Loretta      9   4  -  -  3  -   -   -    9  1  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [31-40]
Int  - 20 + Aiton, Therese        54  28  1  -  3  -   -   -   36  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [16-70]

Conc - 18 - Perugini, Nikki                                                                        (DNP)

                                     223  6  - 56  2         1029 13  6  15  2  3  1/3   -   -

Completion Rate      - 20/30  66%

Opposition Offloads  - 5

Other Womens NSW Premiership Matches - Round 5

28-4  Kanw C Coast    b Wntwrthvll
40-6  Aubr Mt Prtchrd b St Marys
20-16 HmCE Cronulla   b Wests-Tig
BYE        Newcastle

               W D  L B Diff PT
NORTHS         4 -  - 1  +84 10
CRONULLA       4 -  1 -  +70  8
NEWCASTLE      3 -  1 1  +40  8
MT PRITCHARD   3 1  1 -  +48  7
CENTRAL COAST  1 1  2 1   +8  5
WESTS-TIGERS   2 -  3 -  -32  4
St Marys       2 -  3 -  -82  4
Souths         - -  4 1  -60  2
Wentworthville - -  4 1  -66  2


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