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PostPosted: Tue Mar 29, 2016 6:37 pm    Post subject: 2016 Rd5 vs Knights/Nowts/Tin Men, Sunday Apr 3rd TG Milner Reply with quote

The North Sydney Bears team for their Round 5 Intrust Super Premiership clash against the Newcastle Knights at TG Milner Oval is:

1) Sitiveni Moceidreke
2) Tautalatasi Tasi
3) Dane Nielsen
4) Ed Murphy (c)
5) Tom Hughes
6) Riley Travers
7) Eli Levido
Cool Clayton Williams
9) Brad Deitz
10) FJ Muala
11) Jack Gosiewski
12) Patrice Siolo
13) Cheyne Whitelaw

14) Piki Rogers
15) Jack Siejka
16) Jok Dokinavalu
17) Brock Gray

Coach – Ben Gardiner

Souths play on Thursday vs your beloved Moanly at brookvale so expect to see a couple of players drop back

The extended bench for Souths is Michael Oldfield and Paul Carter at this stage.
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Newcastle play their NRL game on Saturday afternoon but they only have 17 named. I'd love it if we got Paul Carter this week. He'd make a big difference.

KNIGHTS 1 JAELEN FEENEY 2 KEN TOFILAU 3 MAO UTA 4 JAMES ELIAS 5 BRYCE DONOVAN 6 DYLAN PHYTHIAN 7 WILL PEARSALL 8 JOSH KING 9 KURT ALDRIDGE 10 JACK STOCKWELL 11 BRADIE SMITH 12 LUKE YATES 13 TEKINA VAILEA 14 DANNY KERR 15 BRETT JARRETT 16 MICHAEL STEELE 17 UITI BAKER 20 TAMA KOOPU COACH MATT LANTRY
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Michael Oldfield replaced Bryson Goodwin who is injured.

Possibility that Paul Carter may play for the Bears on Sunday.

Previews | Intrust Super Premiership NSW Rd 5

Joel Moss
Thu 31st March, 2016

North Sydney Bears v Newcastle Knights: Bears Claw For More
TG Milner, Sunday 3 April
3:00pm

Reigning premiers, the Newcastle Knights, finally kick started their season defence last round with a stirring 22-14 comeback victory over the high-flying Wentworthville Magpies after trailing 14-0 midway through the second half.

But they'll need to kick it up another gear as they tackle a North Bears team motivated to return to the winners' circle after a gutsy performance, falling 18-16 in a narrow loss to Mounties.

"It was a fairly high-quality match," Bears coach Ben Gardiner told NSWRL.com.au. "From our point of view, we put ourselves in a position at the end of the game where the game was there to be won by either team."

The Knights broke through for their first win of the season and are determined to build on their victory against the 2-2 Bears who are still maturing as a side each week – a fact Gardiner appreciates as part of all levels of the game.

"We take it as a learning curve as we do every game. We got better as a team but when the pressure was on at the backend of the game their (Mounties) decision making was better than ours and leading into this week (our) guys in key positions would be better at. If they're put under pressure again, the decisions they make are the right ones.

"That happens at an NRL level too."

North Sydney have also had to combat with a number of line-up changes due to the injury-stricken South Sydney Rabbitohs NRL side. However, it's promising signs to come for both Rabbitohs and Bears fans.

"It's not so challenging – we actually see that as a real positive for our club," Gardiner said. "We've had a few guys that have come from the Norths-contracted side to be the 18th man for the NRL squad for the last couple of weeks. We see that as a large positive for us as a club and what we're doing in the background."

It shapes as a captivating clash for two sides hungry for more success.
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Daylight Saving Ends - April 3, 2016

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 03, 2016 4:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The score updates from NS's twitter:

8m T: Task C: Levido | @NthSydneyBears 6 Vs @NRLKnights 0

27m Knights score | @NthSydneyBears 6 Vs @NRLKnights 6

33m T: Task | @NthSydneyBears 10 Vs @NRLKnights 6

39m T: Knights | @NthSydneyBears 10 Vs @NRLKnights 10

HT 2xT: Tasi 1xC: Levido | @NthSydneyBears 10 Vs @NRLKnights 10

Half time:
North Sydney Bears 10 (Tasi 2 tries; Levido goal) drawing with
Newcastle Knights 10 (2 tries; 1 goal)
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The second half tweets:

43m T: Talakai C: Levido | @NthSydneyBears 16 Vs @NRLKnights 10

60m P: Levido | @NthSydneyBears 18 Vs @NRLKnights 10

65m T: Tasi | @NthSydneyBears 22 Vs @NRLKnights 10

78m C: Levido | @NthSydneyBears 24 Vs @NRLKnights 10

FULLTIME @NthSydneyBears 24 V @NRLKnights 10

Full time:
North Sydney Bears 24 (Tautalatasi Tasi 3, Siosifa Talakai, tries; Eli Levido 2 conversions, 2 penalties) df
Newcastle Knights 10 (2 tries; 1 goal)

Talakai is part of the South Sydney U20s squad.
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Nathan Gremmo Memorial Shield

Guilford 22 def Hills District 18
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http://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2016/04/03/isp_report_north_syd.html
ISP Report: North Sydney v Newcastle
Andre Cupido
Sun 3rd April, 05:30PM





North Sydney Bears claimed their third win of the season, defeating a poor Newcastle Knights outfit 24-10 in a brutal encounter at TG Milner Oval.

It was an error fuelled game with a great amount of ill-discipline and mistakes from both teams, but it was the outstanding goal-line defence late in the game for North Sydney proving to be the difference after nearly allowing Newcastle back into the game.

Tautalatasi Tasi was a shining light for North Sydney, crossing for three tries alongside his strong carries, while Cheyne Whitelaw provided some great defensive efforts whilst also proving to be dominant with the ball in hand.

A poor opening five minutes from Newcastle saw North Sydney have a host of opportunities to grab their first try of the afternoon, repeated errors in the Knights’ 20-metre zone saw them fail to capitalise on some valuable field position.

A quick burst down the short side saw Tasi claimed North Sydney’s first try of the afternoon, courtesy of some quick hands from fullback Sitiveni Moceidreke allowed him to score in the corner. Eli Levido converted from the sideline to make the score 6-0 after 10 minutes.

Some resilient defence from Clayton Williams and Paul Carter continued to put Newcastle under pressure, forcing a great amount of errors in the opening quarter of the game. The Bears were no better however, continuing to drop the ball whilst coming out of trouble.

A great amount of ill discipline from Newcastle offered North Sydney some much needed field position as they attempted to grab their second try of the afternoon. Bears back-rower Jack Gosiewski tried to spark his team, putting in a great individual effort barging his way through some poor Newcastle defence, only for the referee to rule that he had knocked the ball on over the line.

It took Newcastle 25 minutes to finally crack North Sydney’s line, with a well executed back line movement and great hands by Jaelen Feeney saw Mao Uta cross in the left hand corner drew the game level at 6-all.

The Bears soon claimed back the lead after repeated offloads on the Knights’ line eventuated to an outstanding effort from Tasi, which again saw him crash his way over in the corner - somehow putting the ball down just before being tackled into touch by the scrambling Newcastle defence. Levido failed to convert from the sideline, keeping their lead to just 4 points heading into halftime.

Newcastle managed to get their revenge just before the end of an error riddled first half from both teams, with Lachlan Fitzgibbon fighting his way over in the corner thanks to some powerful carries from Uiti Baker and Michael Steele.

Nothing seemed to change in the early stages of the first half, with an early penalty from Newcastle allowing North Sydney to march down the field straight off the kick off. The Bears took full advantage of the Knights ill-discipline, with a classy backline movement allowed for Siosafa Talakai to earn himself a try and extend their lead to six points just after half time.

Some outstanding scrambling goal-line defence from both sides proved to be the difference in the first 20 minutes of the second half, unable to break each other’s line despite both teams earning themselves some valuable field position. North Sydney were soon gifted a penalty 30-metres out from the Knights’ line, with Levido taking full advantage and slotting a penalty goal to extend their lead to eight points after 60 minutes.

It didn’t take long for North Sydney to gain a further strangle hold on the game, with a smooth shift from left-to-right and class touch by captain Ed Murphy allowed Tasi to grab his hat-trick for the afternoon, extending the Bears’ lead to two converted tries heading into the final 10 minutes.

North Sydney continued with their poor discipline in the ruck, constantly inviting Newcastle back into the game with a host of penalties in the final 10 minutes, with Brad Dietz the first being sent to the bin after giving away repeated penalties.

A late penalty goal by Levido added more salt to the wounds of Newcastle, with the Bears finally running out 24-10 winners to claim their third win of the season.
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North Sydney 24 (T Tasi 3, S Talakai tries; E Levido 4 goals) def Newcastle 10 (M Uta, L Fitzgibbon tries; B Donavan goal)
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VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS | ISP NSW Rd 5
Mon 4th April, 03:15PM

Check out the complete highlights video - http://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2016/04/04/highlights_isp_nsw_r.html
Around the 8M mark

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ISP Team Of The Week Round 5
Simon Masterton
Tue 5th April, 11:00AM
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Competition - NSW Cup Premiership Round - Round 05 Teams - Wyong Roos v Canterbury Bulldogs - 3rd of April 2016 Venue - Central Coast Stadium, Gosford NSW, Photographer - Paul Barkley
INZANE: Wyong Roos prop Zane Tetevano was exceptional in the victory over the Bulldogs and makes his third appearance in the Team Of The Week.

Every week of the Intrust Super Premiership, NSWRL.com.au picks the best-performers of the previous round. Here’s who impressed us the most in Round 4.

1 – Mitch Brown (Newtown Jets, second appearance)

After being initially named on the wing for the jets, Brown played his recently familiar position of fullback and was instrumental in their victory over the Wests Tigers. The Newtown skipper ran for 129 metres, which included a line-break, two tackle breaks and try, but was also prevalent in his support play and solid in his defence when needed.

2 – Josh Hall (Penrith Panthers, captain)

AFL convert Hall earns the captaincy in his first appearance in the Team Of The Week, scoring 22 of the Panthers’ 50 points in their big win over the Sea Eagles. The seven-game Gold Coast Suns player crossed for both of his two tries within five minutes and it was his AFL-learned skills in the air that brought the first. Hall made an incredible three line-breaks and five tackle breaks, which brought a game-high 199 metres. A very promising performance for just his fifth game of competitive Rugby League.

3 – David Fusitua (New Zealand Warriors)

Fusitua was hard to handle in the Warriors’ loss on Sunday, running 109 metres which included a try assist to set up an early lead. He was busy in defence as well, making more tackles (17) than any other back on the field.

4 – Ed Murphy (North Sydney Bears, second appearance)

Murphy was at his usual best in leading the Bears to their second victory over the Knights this season, typically involved as the North Sydney side shut out their opponents in the second half. Murphy sent Tautalatasi Tasi over for his third and final try to lock up the full-time lead.

5 – Kato Ottio (Mounties, second appearance)

Ottio was the beneficiary of some very good service from the rest of the Mounties team, crossing for a hat-trick in the visitors’ victory over the Cutters. With that said, the electric winger was heavily involved, running 13 times for a game-high 158 metres and busting four tackles. The PNG International now tops the competition’s try-scoring list with seven four-pointers – he has crossed in every match of 2016.

6 – Omar Slaimankhel (Wyong Roos, second appearance)

Slaimankhel was dynamic once again in just his second game in the halves, running the ball nine times for a massive 106 metres. The experiment appears to have paid off early in the season, with the former Warrior’s game-high seven tackle breaks, two line-breaks, two offloads and try assist propelling the Roos to a come-from-behind victory. Importantly, Slaimankhel scored the match-sealing try, bamboozling the tired Bulldogs’ defence in the 76th minute.

7 – Fa’amanu Brown (Newtown Jets)

Brown was hard to contain as usual on Saturday, breaking five tackles and scoring the Jets’ second through a fantastic solo run in the first half. The halfback shared the kicking duties with five-eighth Josh Cleeland and hooker Matt McIlwrick, but his attacking kicking game looked dangerous when given the opportunity.

8 – David Fifita (Newtown Jets)

After being hospitalised for 10 days with a golden staph infection, David Fifita rose from the hospital bed to put in an outstanding performance for the Newtown Jets. Fifita made a team-high 29 tackles and ran for 138 metres in the victory, also bagging a try by pouncing on a McIlwrick grubber. The prop, whose twin brother Andrew made this week’s VB Blues Team Of The Week, will be hopeful of a family reuinion in the NRL ranks as soon as next week.

9 – Mitch Williams (Wyong Roos)

Aside from a 10th-minute concussion in Round 2, Sunday’s game against the Bulldogs was the first in which Williams played less than a full game. The Roos’ stocky dummy-half played 60 minutes in the victory, but his 28 tackles were still the second-most on the Wyong side and a big kicking game got them well out of their own half at key times – including a 40-20 under pressure to set up for the match-winning try. Earlier, Williams also sent Abraham Papalii over for a four-pointer as the Roos mounted a comeback.

10 – Zane Tetevano (Wyong Roos, third appearance)

Our Man Of The Match in our Fox Sports Match Of The Round was outstanding against the Bulldogs, running 153 metres and making a team-high 37 tackles. Tetevano particularly provided valuable go-forward late in the game, as the Bulldogs appeared to tire and the Roos were in danger of playing too sideways. He capped that off by barging his way over for the second-last try of the game.

11 – Kelepi Tanginoa (Wentworthville Magpies, second appearance)

Over 80 minutes, Tanginoa ran more times (20) than anyone else in Round 5 and was also the only player to crack 200 running metres (201). Two offloads and 11 supports prove he was exceptional in providing continuous pressure on the Warriors defence, which eventually led the Magpies to victory. Tanginoa is a big reason the Magpies are perched on top of the Intrust Super Premiership NSW Ladder.

12 – Asipeli Fine (Wests Tigers)

In a strong 80-minute performance, Fine made more tackles (35) than anyone else at Henson Park, also notching the second-biggest tally of metres run (142). The 23-year-old was typically damaging with and without the ball and there is no reason why he can’t appear in the NRL again in 2016 – after more than a year out of the top grade.

13 – John Palavi (New Zealand Warriors)

Palavi locks the pack in the Round 5 Team Of The Week after another busy game against Wentworthville. His 157 metres were the most of the Warriors forwards, which included a line-break, while his tally of 33 tackles was a team high.

14 – Hugh Pratt (Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles, second appearance)

It is hard to find highlights for Manly, who were beaten comprehensively by Penrith at Brookvale Oval, but Pratt’s big workload is definitely worth a mention. A massive 49 tackles for zero misses tell the story of the young hooker’s big day, who also put forward two line break and try assists, plus two tackle breaks from just four runs of the football.

15 – Ray Moujalli (Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs)

Moujalli was a shining light in the losing Bulldogs side, running hard for a game-high 157 metres and making 35 tackles. He gets a maiden selection in the Team Of The Week by laying a platform in his 64 minutes.

16 – Craig Garvey (Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs)

While carrying two hookers on the bench might not be the most conventional move, it impossible to overlook Garvey’s efforts with and without the football. A late inclusion in the side after Michael Lichaa was deemed fit for an NRL return, Garvey made a game-high 41 tackles and set up three of the Bulldogs’ four tries – he has most definitely benefitted from further NRL experience at Belmore.

17 – Clayton Williams (North Sydney Bears, second appearance)

Williams was strong in defence for the Bears and managed to force a number of errors throughout the game. His unrelenting pressure on the Newcastle defence was valuable for North Sydney, who slowly but surely gained the ascendency in their Round 5 encounter at T G Millner Field.
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Alcatel High Performance Update – Round 6, 2016
Video: Guy Bevan & Jeremy Monahan
Tue 5th April, 01:03PM
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Rabbitohs High Performance Manager, Troy Thomson, updates us on the casualty ward at the Club for Alcatel ahead of Round 6 of the NRL.

In this edition, Thomson provides updates on winger, Alex Johnston and utility forward Angus Crichton.

To get updated, please press play on the video player above.
http://www.rabbitohs.com.au/news/2016/04/05/alcatel_high_perform.html
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