2022 NRL Premiership - Round 15

South Sydney v St George-Illawarra

Wollongong Stadium

Thu Jun 16, 7:50pm

Selected Round 15 Teams

CyberView from the Hill - Last Week

CyberView from the Hill - This Week

Late Changes

Tass, Hawkins and Cartwright have been trimmed 24h before the game. Knight dropped out of the team. Mamouzelos is the concussion sub.

LOSS 12-32

The Dragons stunned the Rabbitohs 32-12 at WIN Stadium on Thursday night to ensure veteran hooker Andrew McCullough celebrated his 300th NRL game in grand style. The signs were bad for the Rabbitohs early when Lachlan Ilias spilled the kick-off and they continued to make errors through the opening 15 minutes as the Dragons took control. First to cross was skipper Ben Hunt, who chipped over the top for Zac Lomax to regather before taking the return pass from his centre to score in the fifth minute. Seven minutes later the home side were in again when winger Mikaele Ravalawa celebrated his return from a hamstring injury by finishing off superb lead-up work by young playmaker Talatau Amone and the score was 12-0. Come the 15th minute and Jack de Belin had the WIN Stadium faithful in raptures when he powered through a Tom Burgess tackle to cross for his third try of the season and the Dragons were keeping pace with the clock. Ravalawa had a double by the 19th minute when he took a flick pass from Lomax and turned Alex Johnston inside out to make it 20-0. With Hunt's kicking game on song the Dragons dominated field position and the No.7 had a second try assist in the 24th minute when he launched a bomb and Moses Suli produced a fingertip catch to plunge over for his team's fifth try. Cody Ramsey got in on the action three minutes later when he ran onto a Jack Bird pass and shrugged off Jaxson Paulo to grab his fifth try in six games at WIN Stadium. With the DRagons running out to a 32 point lead, Lachlan Ilias taken from the field with Nikorima moving to five-eight and Taaffe coming on at fullback. The Dragons went down a man in the 38th minute when Amone was sent to the sin bin for holding Cody Walker back as he tried to support a Mark Nicholls break. But the held on to go into the break with a 32 point lead, the equal biggest leading margin at half-time in the 2022 NRL season thus far. A spilled bomb by Ramsey in the 58th minute opened the door for Souths to finally get on the board when Damien Cook snuck over from dummy half to make it 32-6. Some sloppy Dragons defence opened the door for Cameron Murray to cross under the sticks in the 62nd minute to cut the margin to 20 but an intercept by Hunt in the next set halted the Rabbitohs' momentum. Although the Dragons were unable to find another try the damage had been well and truly done in the first half as five tries in 22 minutes put their arch-rivals to the sword. It was the first win by the Dragons over the Rabbitohs at WIN Stadium since round nine, 2005.

 4 min  0-6
11 min  0-12
14 min  0-16
18 min  0-20
23 min  0-26
27 min  0-32
HT      0-32
57 min  6-32 D.Cook try Nikorima goal
61 min 12-32 Murray try Nikorima goal

D.Cook, Murray tries
Nikorima 2 from 2 goals

Crowd         11,257
Referee       G.Atkins
Touch Judges  L.Kennedy / K.Badger
Video         A.Klien

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

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

Flbk -  1 - Nikorima, Kodi        80  18  -  -  2  -  16   1   98  -  3   4  -  -  2/2   -   -     
LWng -  2 - Johnston, Alex        80   6  -  -  1  1   8   -   91  -  -   2  -  -  -     -   -
LCnt -  4 - Graham, Campbell      80  14  2  -  3  -  15   -  129  3  1   1  -  -  -     -   -
RCnt -  3 - Milne, Taane          80  18  3  -  4  -  10   1   78  1  1   2  -  -  -     -   -
RWng -  5 - Paulo, Jaxson         80   3  -  -  2  -  10   -   77  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -
5/8  -  6 - Walker, Cody          80  20  1  1  2  -  13   -  111  1  1   4  -  -  -     -   -
Half -  7 - Ilias, Lachlan        28   5  1  -  3  -   1   -    3  1  -   1  -  -  -     -   -     [0-28]
Prop -  8 - Tatola, Junior        39  24  -  -  -  1  10   -  105  -  2   -  -  -  -     -   -     [0-21,62-80]
Hook -  9 - Cook, Damien          80  50  1  -  -  2   9   6   67  3  -   -  1  1  -     -   -     
Prop - 10 - Burgess, Tom          32  14  -  -  5  -  11   -   93  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [0-16,56-72]
SRow - 11 - Koloamatangi, Keaon   80  39  -  -  1  -  11   -  102  -  3   -  -  -  -     -   -     
SRow - 12 - Arrow, Jai            80  32  1  -  1  -  17   -  143  2  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     
Lock - 13 - Murray, Cameron       53  32  -  -  2  1  22   -  119  -  2   -  -  1  -     -   - (c) [0-25,52-80]

Int  - 14 - Taaffe, Blake         52   3  -  -  2  -  12   -   94  1  -   2  -  -  -     -   -     [28-80]
Int  - 15 - Nicholls, Mark        46  29  -  -  1  2  16   -  162  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [16-62]
Int  - 16 - Havili, Silva         39  34  -  -  1  -  11   -  109  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [21-52,72-80]
Int  - 17 - Sele, Hame            31  21  -  -  1  -   6   -   55  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [25-56]

Conc - 18 - Mamouzelos, Peter                                                                      (DNP)

                                     362  9  1 31  7         1642 12 11  17  1  2  2/2   -   -

Completion Rate      - 28/40  70%

Opposition Offloads  - 9
 
Effective 1st Tackles

 0 min  91m SS Err(Ilias) SCR
 2 min  21m SI Err / Ilias kick COF
 4 min  41m SI Err SCR / SS Err(Walker) 16m SS P(Graham) / (SI TRY)
 6 min  13m KO
 8 min  12m Walker kick COF
10 min  45m SI-6A / SI-6A / SS Err(Graham) SCR / (SI TRY)
12 min  60m KO 13m / SS P(Walker) 60m / (SI TRY)
16 min  98m KO 17m / SS P(DCook) SS-CC(x) 95m SS-6A(Walker) / (SI TRY)
20 min  17m KO
22 min  35m Ilias kick COFIG / (SI TRY)
25 min  75m KO 18m / SS P(Milne) / (SI TRY)
28 min  19m KO
30 min  10m Nikorima kick ChOv
32 min  36m Nikorima kick
35 min  39m SI Err / Walker kick COF 6m SS P(Arrow)
39 min  20m P / P / P-10SB / SS Err(DCook)

half time

40 min  19m KO
43 min   2m Graham kick COF
45 min  14m SS Err(DCook)
48 min  95m SS P(Nikorima) 32m / SS P(Graham) 97m / SS P(Milne)
54 min  15m P / P / SI-6TG / SS Err(Graham) SCR
56 min  20m Walker kick
57 min   0m SI Err / TRY
59 min   0m Walker kick 1m / CIG
61 min   0m SI-6TG / TRY
63 min  14m SI-6A / SS Err(DCook)
65 min  59m SS Err(Taaffe) SCR
66 min  79m SI Err / SS Err(Arrow) 58m / SS P(Milne)
69 min  16m SI Err / Johnston kick /
71 min  21m Milne kick
74 min   0m SI-6TG SCR SI-6A / Taaffe kick CIG
76 min  16m SS Err(Walker) /
79 min   9m SI Err / Nikorima kick COF
80 min  35m SI Err SCR / Milne kick Taaffe kick SS Err(Graham)

Average effective 1st tackle location
- 32.2m - for the whole match

- 44.8m - 1st half 
- 23.0m - 2nd half 

Other First Grade Matches

28-26 Brok Nth Qld    b Manly
32-20 MRSt Melbourne  b Brisbane
18-10 Coff Cronulla   b Gold Coast
40-4  Redc Penrith    b Warriors
26-16 WSS  Parramatta b Syd Rstrs
20-18 Bruc Canberra   b Newcastle
36-12 WSS  Canterbury b Wests-Tig

               W D  L B Diff PT
PENRITH       14 -  1 - +300 28
MELBOURNE     11 -  3 1 +209 24
NTH QLD       11 -  4 - +181 22
CRONULLA       9 -  5 1  +68 20
BRISBANE       9 -  5 1  +57 20
PARRAMATTA     9 -  5 1  +36 20
SOUTHS         7 -  7 1  +21 16
St Geo-Ill     7 -  7 1  -72 16
Syd Rstrs      7 -  8 -  +29 14
Manly          7 -  8 -   -4 14
Canberra       7 -  8 -  -39 14
Newcastle      4 - 10 1 -178 10
Canterbury     4 - 11 - -107  8
Wests-Tig      3 - 11 1 -168  8
Warriors       4 - 11 - -187  8
Gold Coast     3 - 12 - -146  6
      

Judiciary News

No one has been charged by the Match Review Committee.

Reserve Grade - Knock-On Effect NSW Premiership Round 15

v Blacktown, HE Laybutt Field, Sun Jun 19 3:00pm

WIN 38-12

It was another impressive win for the NSW Cup side, as they defeated the Blacktown Workers’ Sea Eagles. After falling behind early, the Rabbitohs mounted an impressive comeback with seven unanswered tries that swung the result in their favour. It was the second time this season Souths have defeated the Sea Eagles in NSW Cup, as they now find themselves within reaching distance of top spot on the ladder. The Rabbitohs started the game in a very similar fashion to their previous outings with a try in the first five minute, this time it was Cody Hodge who opened the scoring. Blacktown Workers’ answered back swiftly and got out to a six point lead after two tries from Steven Taupau Sako and Alfred Smalley. It was all one way traffic from here, as the Rabbitohs went on to dominate the rest of match and held on for 57% of possession throughout the match. Jack Campagnolo combined with Josh Mansour to level the score in the 25th minute, shortly before Hodge secured a first half double to send the Rabbitohs into the break with a one-try buffer. The Rabbitohs wasted little time putting the result beyond doubt as play resumed for the second half, with five straight tries sealing the win. Isaiah Tass opened Souths’ second half account just two minutes after the restart, shortly before Hodge popped up once again for his hat-trick. It was a back and forth affair in the middle stanza of the second half, but the Rabbitohs continued to look likely to score whilst remaining solid defensively. Jacob Gagai crossed over in the 57th minute to give the visitors a 14-point lead, as Davvy Moale followed suit minutes later. Tass added the extras, but it was a disappointing day for our kickers striking at under 50% with three conversions from eight attempts. With just eight minutes remaining, Mansour iced the game with his second of the afternoon as the Rabbitohs raced away with a 24-point victory. It was a phenomenal outing for Cody Hodge not only securing a hat-trick but finishing in the top three for metres gained in a well-rounded performance. Aside from struggling with his kicks, Isaiah Tass continued on his run of good form with two try assists, three line break assists and a four-pointer of his own. The halves combination of Dean Hawkins and Jack Campagnolo excelled on both sides of the field, as the pair linked up for three try assists whilst going nearly perfect in defence.

 4 min  6-0  C.Hodge try Tass goal
 9 min  6-6
18 min  6-12
25 min 12-12 Mansour try Tass goal
37 min 16-12 C.Hodge try Tass miss
HT     16-12
42 min 20-12 Tass try Tass miss
50 min 24-12 C.Hodge try Tass miss
57 min 28-12 Gagai try J.Campagnolo miss
66 min 34-12 Moale try Tass goal
72 min 38-12 Mansour try Tass miss

C.Hodge 3, Mansour 2, Tass, Gagai, Moale tries
Tass 3 from 7, J.Campagnolo 0 from 1 goals

Penalties  5-11(1H  2-4 )
6-Again    2-0 (1H  2-0 )

Referee       J.Sutherland
Touch Judges  C.Wills / C.Mitchell

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   2  -  -  -  2  13   -  179  -  -   1  1  1  -     -   - (c)
LWng -  2 - Hodge, Cody           80   2  -  -  1  3  15   3  157  -  -   -  -  3  -     -   -
LCnt -  4 - Kennar, Richard       80  14  -  -  -  -  14   -  142  1  2   -  1  -  -     -   -
RCnt -  3 - Tass, Isaiah          80  12  1  -  -  1  15   -  137  2  2   2  2  1  3/7   -   -
RWng -  5 - Mansour, Josh         80   8  -  -  -  3  14   1  152  -  2   -  -  2  -     -   -
5/8  -  6 - Campagnolo, Jack      80  14  -  -  -  1  10   -   62  -  1   2  1  -  -/1   -   -
Half -  7 - Hawkins, Dean         80  17  -  -  1  1  11   -  105  1  1   8  2  -  -     -   -
Prop -  8 - Moale, Davvy          45  19  2  -  -  1   4   -   40  -  -   -  -  1  -     -   -     [0-26,61-80] 
Hook -  9 - Mamouzelos, Peter     36  20  1  -  1  -   4   3   64  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [0-29,54-61]
Prop - 10 - Mitchell, Shaquai     44  20  -  -  1  -  11   -   89  1  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [0-26,62-80]
SRow - 11 - Lovett, Ben           69  17  1  -  1  -   7   -   63  1  1   -  -  -  -     -   -     [0-69]
SRow - 12 - Cartwright, Jed       80  33  2  -  2  -  16   -  168  -  1   -  -  -  -     -   -     OR (Late Tackle)
Lock - 13 - Knight, Liam          19  11  2  -  -  -   3   -   25  1  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [0-19] OR (Dangerous Tackle)

Int  - 14 - Gardiner, Shannon     51  22  1  -  -  -   6   3   43  -  -   1  1  -  -     -   -     [29-80]
Int  - 15 - Hasson, James         36  14  -  -  2  -  12   -  105  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [26-62]
Int  - 17 - Peoples, Trent        36  17  1  -  2  1   9   -  102  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [19-54,69-80]
Int  - 19 - Patterson, Hugo       54  23  -  -  -  -  12   -   90  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [26-80]

Conc - 16 - Gordon, Yileen                                                                         (DNP)

                                     265 11  0 11 13         1731  7 10  14  8  8  3/8   -   -

Completion Rate      - 29/35  82%

Opposition Offloads  - 10

Other NSW Cup Round 15 Matches

26-6  Hens Penrith    b Newtown
31-20 WSS  Norths     b Parramatta
30-26 Bruc Canberra   b Newcastle
48-12 WSS  Canterbury b Wests
41-40 Aubr Mt Prtchrd b St Geo-Ill

               W D  L B Diff PT
PENRITH       10 -  4 1 +196 22
CANTERBURY    10 -  4 1 +156 22
NORTHS        10 -  4 1  +94 22
NEWTOWN        9 1  4 1  +96 21
SOUTHS         9 -  5 1  +91 20
Canberra       8 -  5 2  +52 20
Parramatta     8 -  6 1  +92 18
St Geo-Ill     6 -  8 1  -80 14
Newcastle      5 -  9 1  -64 12
Mt Pritchard   3 - 10 2 -115 10
Wests          2 1 11 1 -261  7
Blacktown      2 - 12 1 -238  6

NSWRL U21 Jersey Flegg - Round 14

v Manly-Warringah, Brookvale Oval, 12:00pm

LOSS 26-30

The Jersey Flegg Cup side fell short after a late-comeback from the Sea Eagles undone after solid first half outing. It’s been a frustrating season for the Jersey Flegg side, after showing flashes of greatness they once again let a lead slip in the second half. There is still plenty of positives to take away from this game with yet another incredibly strong start to the game. Tyrone Munro opened the scoring in the 2nd minute, which set the tone for the remainder of the first half as the Rabbitohs enjoyed plenty of success in attack. After forcing the Sea Eagles into a few errors deep in their end, Souths maintained their pressure and put their opponents on the back foot. Tallis Duncan once again stepped up with a massive try in the 14th minute to double the visitor's lead. The Sea Eagles had a strong attacking set and were rewarded minutes later as Jason Smyth opened the hosts’ account. However, the Rabbitohs ignited an attacking spell of brilliance and found themselves back in control of the game. Duncan secured himself a first half double in the 31st minute, as the Sea Eagles were unable to handle the imposing forward’s impact on the game. Heading into the break, the Rabbitohs’ held a strong ten point lead and were unlucky to have not found more points in the first half. Picking up from where they left off in the first half, Wesley Bruines capitalised on some early momentum to extend the Rabbitohs’ lead to 14. The successful opening to the second half was rounded out by Leon Te Hau who crossed over to put the Rabbitohs ahead by 20 points with 25 minutes left to play. This was unfortunately the last of the Rabbitohs’ scoring for the game, as Manly flipped the script and completed an incredible comeback. Tylor Bunting capitalised on an error to give the Sea Eagles a glimmer of hope in securing a result at the 48 minute mark. The Sea Eagles turned this try into crucial momentum as the Rabbitoh’s began to fade with the ball in hand and gave away a few penalties in defence. Gordon Chan Kum Tong secured a quickfire double to put the hosts within one try of completing an improbable comeback with plenty of time remaining. The comeback was complete with just five minutes to go as Sanele Aukusitino crossed over to the put the Sea Eagles into the lead for the first time in the game. The hosts would hang on for the victory and their fifth win of the season at the expense of the Rabbitohs’. Although the result didn’t go their way, there was still a few standout performers including Tallis Duncan who has continued his incredible form and will be sure to secure a call-up to a higher grade as the season progresses. Tyrone Munro showcased his skills from the back, giving the Rabbitohs a much needed threat out wide whilst securing critical field position coming out of his own end. Romano Cook had a bounce back game from hooker, showcasing his pinpoint kicking game whilst remaining solid in in defence.

 2 min  4-0  Munro try Munro miss
14 min 10-0  Duncan try Munro goal
18 min 10-6
31 min 16-6  Dyncan try Munro goal
HT     16-6
38 min 20-6  Bruines try Munro miss
44 min 26-6  Te Hau try Munro goal
48 min 26-12
58 min 26-18
63 min 26-24
65 min 26-30

Duncan 2, Munro, Bruines, Te Hau tries
Munro 3 from 5 goals 

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

Referee       P.Eden
Touch Judges  J.Bird / P.Mackey

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

Flbk -  2 - Kaho, Carson          70   5  -  -  2  -   -   -   58  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -
LWng -  4 - Bruines, Wesley       70   3  -  -  1  1   -   -   74  -  1   -  -  1  -     -   -
LCnt -  3 - Te Hau, Leon          70   7  -  -  3  -   -   -   96  -  -   1  1  1  -     -   -
RCnt - 19 - Tohi, Penioni          9   -  -  -  -  -   -   -   10  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [0-9]
RWng -  5 - Munro, Tyrone         70   6  -  -  1  1   -   -  117  3  1   1  -  1  3/5   -   -
5/8  -  6 - Teaupa, Dion          70  19  -  -  5  -   -   -   49  2  -   9  1  -  -     -   -
Half -  7 - Bray, Keahlan         70  13  -  -  3  -   -   -   34  -  2   4  1  -  -     -   -
Prop -  8 - Giles, Thomas         46  24  -  -  4  -   -   -   95  -  1   -  -  -  -     -   - (c) [0-26,50-70]
Hook -  9 - Cook, Romano          70  30  1  -  2  -   -   -   32  -  -   2  2  -  -     -   -          
Prop - 17 - Vailalo, Isaiah       32  22  -  -  -  -   -   -   50  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [0-20,55-67]
SRow - 11 - Grossemy, Louis       70  21  -  -  3  -   -   -  110  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     
SRow - 12 - Campagnolo, Benn      41  17  1  -  2  -   -   -   37  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [0-21,50-70]
Lock - 13 - Duncan, Tallis        70  35  2  -  4  2   -   -   93  2  2   -  -  2  -     -   -     

Int  - 14 - Tweedie, Cruise       61  16  -  -  3  -   -   -   36  -  1   -  -  -  -     -   -     [9-70]
Int  - 15 - Mezzomo, Oscar        27  11  -  -  1  -   -   -   80  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [26-50,67-70]
Int  - 16 - Griffiths, Trent      25  22  -  -  2  -   -   -  121  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [20-55]
Int  - 18 - Hawe-De-Thierry, D    29  13  -  1  2  -   -   -   13  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [21-50]

Conc - 20 - Garner, Ryan                                                                           (DNP) 

                                     258  4  1 38  4         1140  7  8  16  5  5  3/5   -   -

Completion Rate      - 22/26  84%

Opposition Offloads  - 7

Other U21 Matches - Round 14

32-20 Belc Canberra   b Newcastle
30-16 Belm Wests-Tig  b Canterbury
30-18 Ende Penrith    b Cronulla
40-6  Klyv Syd Rstrs  b Parramatta
38-12 CsyF St Geo-Ill b Victoria

24-12 Leic Canterbury b Wests-Tig  (Jun 24 - Postponed Rd10 match)

               W D  L B Diff PT
SYD RSTRS     12 -  2 - +272 24
ST GEO-ILL     9 2  2 - +102 20
NEWCASTLE      9 -  5 -  +57 18
WESTS-TIG      8 -  6 -  +12 16
CRONULLA       7 1  6 -  +30 15
Penrith        7 -  7 -  +44 14
Canberra       6 -  7 1  -37 14
Victoria       5 -  8 1  -76 12
Canterbury     5 1  8 -  -77 11
Parramatta     5 -  9 -  -50 10
Manly          5 -  9 -  -75  8
Souths         3 - 11 - -128  6

NSWRL Womens Premiership - Round 8

v Mt Pritchard, Aubrey Keech Reserve, 11:00am

DRAW 20-20

On the heels of securing their maiden victory of the season, the Rabbitohs’ women were sensationally held to a draw when they went against Mounties. It was the penultimate round of the season for the Rabbitohs as they were put against the second-place Mounties side that had just lost one game all season. Mounties held the best attacking record in the league and pushed the Rabbitohs to their limits in this game. However, much like previous games against top quality opponents Souths lifted to their game to another level and demonstrated the immense improvement that we’ve seen over recent weeks. In a back and forth affair, it was the Rabbitohs who fell behind early as the hosts opened the scoring through Jamie-Anne Wright. Christine Pauli answered back for the Rabbitohs in the 10th minute, shortly before they took an unlikely lead through Brittany Constable. Mounties took a while to regain the control of the game as the Rabbitohs showed plenty of resilience in defence. It wasn’t until the final stages of the first half where Mounties recaptured the lead, as two quick tries from Haylee Hifo sent them into the break back into the lead. Mounties continued their strong attacking form in the early stages of the second half as they extended their lead eight. Jacinta Tui and Matilda Power crossed over in quick succession to give Mounties a three try lead, but they were unable to convert on any of their tries and gave the Rabbitohs a pathway back into the contest. Therese Aiton put the contest within four points for the Rabbitohs, as they put Mounties on the backfoot in the final sector of the game. After relentless pressure in attack, their persistence was paid off in the final minute of play as Terri-Ann Caine sensationally got Souths back into the game with a try to level the scores. It was an incredible show of strength for the Rabbitohs to comeback against such a highly talented side in Mounties. It was a very special moment for Terri-Ann Caine, who has been a silent achiever all year for the side and was rightfully given her chance to shine for the Rabbitohs.

 
 4 min  0-4
10 min  6-4  Pauli try Kelly goal
13 min 10-4  Constable try Kelly miss
22 min 12-4  Kelly goal
30 min 12-8
HT     12-8
37 min 12-12
41 min 12-16
48 min 12-20
53 min 16-20 Aiton try Kelly miss
69 min 20-20 Caine try Kelly miss

Pauli, Constable, Aiton, Caine tries
Kelly 2 from 5 goals 

Penalties  7-6 (1H  3-4 )
6-Again    0-0 (1H  0-0 )

Referee       B.Williams
Touch Judges  E.Klien / E.Murray

Final Line Up -
                                 Min Tac Pe 6A MT LB  Rn  DR    m Er OL   K TA  T  G/A  FG 2FG
Flbk -  1 - Raikadroka, Patricia  70   4  -  -  2  -   -   -  134  1  4   -  -  -  -     -   -
RWng -  5 - Caine, Terri-Ann      70  10  -  -  3  1   -   -   79  1  -   -  -  1  -     -   -
RCnt -  4 - Constable, Brittany   70  15  -  -  5  -   -   -   77  -  -   -  1  1  -     -   -
LCnt -  3 - Donovan, Monique      70   6  -  -  4  1   -   -  146  1  -   -  -  -  -     -   -
LWng -  2 - Lamb, Rikka           60   4  -  -  1  -   -   -   41  2  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [0-60]
5/8  -  6 - Kelly, Akira          70   3  -  -  2  -   -   -   32  1  -   3  1  -  2/5   -   -
Half - 19 - Hapuku, Te Aroha      70  20  -  -  4  -   -   -   11  1  -   4  1  -  -     -   -
Prop -  8 - Pauli, Christine      64  33  -  -  3  -   -   -  140  1  -   -  -  1  -     -   -     [0-29,35-70]
Hook - 20 - Aiton, Therese        70  43  2  -  3  1   -   -   87  -  -   -  -  1  -     -   -     
Prop - 13 - Piccinelli, Sharna    65  29  1  -  3  -   -   -   48  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   - (c) [0-65]
SRow - 10 - Johnston, Ellie       70  17  -  -  1  -   -   -   80  1  2   -  -  -  -     -   -     
SRow - 12 - Kafoa, Tayla          51  12  2  -  1  -   -   -   12  1  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [0-51]
Lock -  9 - Mailangi, Seli        48  17  1  -  1  -   -   -   55  -  1   -  -  -  -     -   -     [0-21,43-70]

Int  -  7 - Perugini, Nikki       10   -  -  -  -  -   -   -    -  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [60-70]
Int  - 15 - Kilisimasi, Seneti    11   6  -  -  1  -   -   -   50  -  1   -  -  -  -     -   -     [29-35,65-70]
Int  - 16 - Whiteley, Cindy-Lee   22  11  -  -  3  -   -   -   15  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [21-43]
Int  - 18 - Moale, Moniqca        19   5  -  -  -  -   -   -   26  -  -   -  -  -  -     -   -     [51-70]

Conc - 14 - Taaffe, Kasey                                                                          (DNP)

                                     235  6  - 37  3         1039 10  8   8  3  4  2/5   -   -

Completion Rate      - 18/26  69%

Opposition Offloads  - 3

Other Womens NSW Premiership Matches - Round 8

10-4  Ende Norths     b Cronulla
48-22 Ring Wests-Tig  b Wntwrthvll
10-10 Kanw C Coast    d Newcastle
BYE        St Marys

10-6  SMry C Coast    b St Marys   (Jun 28 - Postponed Rd7 match)

               W D  L B Diff PT
NORTHS         6 -  1 1  +90 14
MT PRITCHARD   5 2  1 -  +86 12
NEWCASTLE      4 1  2 1  +38 11
CRONULLA       4 -  3 1  +54 10
Central Coast  3 2  2 1  +20 10
Wests-Tigers   4 -  3 1  +12 10
St Marys       2 -  5 1 -104  6
Souths         1 1  5 1  -62  5
Wentworthville - -  6 1 -118  2


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