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Team Lists for RM Cup this week

Ron Massey Cup Rd 10
Concord Burwood Wolves V Asquith Magpies
Goddard Park, Sunday 8 May

Concord Burwood:

1 Joe Uluibau
2 Cameron Eyles
3 Bernard Gregorius
4 Matui Fukofuka
5 Sione Fukofuka
6 Marc Russell
7 Aaron Booth
8 Diamond Charlie
9 Jackson Garlick
10 Inoke Vunipola
11 Kem Seru
12 Rodney Mason
13 Joe Flint

14 Tjaden Mclean
16 Tevita Vave
17 Tifa Iuta
24 Sam Latu

Coaches Nyke Aaron Zammit And Michael Habib


1 Jack Hawkins
2 Alex Nicholls-O’Neill
3 Jeco Makatoa
4 Andrew Taylor
5 Hayden Spencer
6 Bradley Wall
7 Aaron Groom
8 Alexander Mammone
9 Ben Fisher
10 Tayler Mccann
11 Evan Lee
12 Cameron Yeatest
13 Joel Latham

14 Philip Crosby
15 Willie Lafolafo
16 Upokoina Papera
17 Dylan Van Noort

Hills District Bulls V St Marys Saints
Crestwood Oval, Sunday 8 May
Live Commentary On Triple H 100.1 Fm And

Hills District:

1 Gerard McCallum
2 Liam Walker
3 Ben Vengoa
4 Todd Sartor
5 Devon Makoare-Boyce
6 Jason Wehbe
7 James Boustani
8 Mick Hawkings
9 Lionel O’Malley
10 Tim Robinson (c)
11 Tom Young
12 Jake Brennan
13 Adam Spicer

14 ?
15 Aaron Weston
16 Winstone Asotasi
17 Eden Syme
20 Ben Falcone

Coaches Paul Griffin And Mark Mahoney
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Last Updated: Thursday, May 5th, 2016

Nine of the 17 that clinched a berth in next year’s World Cup are included in the 17-man Lebanon squad which faces Cook Islands at Belmore this Sunday.

The Cedars will, however, be without long-serving skipper Chris Saab and veteran vice-captain Ray Moujali, who are both injured.

Debutants Dominic Ayoub, Bernard Kairouz, Jason Wehbe and Elie El Zakhem come into the side while, for the Cooks, only Geoff Daniella survives from the team that defeated Lebanon 28-24 in the nation’s last meeting in October 2012.

Interim Lebanon head coach Tarik Houchar will take charge of his first match following Darren Maroon’s resignation, for personal reasons.

“Coaching the Lebanon national team is an honour,” said the 43-year-old.

“I’m humbled to take such a prestigious role. I’m confident that the boys will do our country proud on Sunday and that the reaction will filter through to the domestic competition in Lebanon,” continued Houchar, who coaches Guildford in the Ron Massey Cup.

“It’s been 17 long years since Lebanon last qualified for the World Cup and our aim is to compete in every game in the lead up and earn the respect from other nations.”

Francis Molo (Brisbane Broncos), Makahesi Makatoa, Ruebenn Rennie (Canterbury Bulldogs), Eric Newbeginnings (Illawarra Cutters), Delaney Ashby (Mackay Cutters), Moses Noovao-McGril (Manly Sea Eagles), Vinnie Ngaro (Moorepark), Uiti Baker (Newcastle Knights), Levi McBirney, Chanze Nichol-Klostad (NZ Warriors), Troy Dargan (Parramatta Eels), Tupou Sopoanga (Penrith Panthers), Geoff Daniella (St Mary’s), Wallace Tangiiti (Wentworthville Magpies), Chance Peni (Wests Tigers), Carne Doyle-Manga, Zane Tetevano (Wyong Roos)

Mark Daoud, Abbas Miski (Asquith Magpies/North Sydney Bears), Danny Barakat, Jamie Clark, Abraham El Zakhem (Auburn Warriors), Dylan Makdessi (Bankstown bulls), Mario Boustani (Bulldogs) Dominic Ayoub (Cabramatta), Allen Soultan (Campbelltown City Kangaroos), Elie El Zakhem (Guildford Owls), James Boustani, Jason Wehbe (Hills Bulls), Bernard Kairouz (Manly Warringah), Daniel Abou-Sleiman, Ahmed Ellaz, Tarek El Masri (Newtown Jets), Hassan Haddara (Port Kembla), Ali Allouche (St George Illawarra), Nick Kassis, Mitchell Mamary (Wentworthville Magpies), Adnan El Zbaidieh (Unattached)
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PostPosted: Sun May 08, 2016 10:31 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Norths players playing today in the following games.

2pm RM Cup Concord-Burwood v Asquith Magpies
3pm RM Cup Hills Bulls v St Marys Leagues
3pm Lebanon v Cook Islands at Belmore
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Results | Ron Massey Cup Round 10

Concord-Burwood 36 (J Uluibau, C Eyles, B Gregorius, M Fukofuka, M Russell, S Latu, K Seru tries; A Booth 4 goals) def Asquith 14 (A Groom, J Latham, J Makatoa tries; J Makatoa goal)

Hills District 24 (A Spicer, G McCallum, T Robinson tries; L Walker 4 goals) def St Marys 20 (B Naden 2, T Eisenhuth, L Nadurutalo tries; J Butfield 2 goals)
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PostPosted: Thu May 12, 2016 2:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

RMC Wrap: Round 10
Tony Dosen, Triple H FM
Wed 11th May, 10:30AM

The Hills District Bulls moved back into the Ron Massey Cup top eight when they pipped the St Marys Saints 24-20 in a controversial Ron Massey Cup main match of Round 10 at Crestwood Reserve, Baulkham Hills last Sunday.

In a pulsating match that ebbed and flowed all day, the Bulls – missing halves Jason Wehbe and James Boustani to the Lebanon v Cook Islands Test Match played at Belmore – held their nerve in the closing stages to hang on and win.

The Saints settled down first when a superb cut-out pass from half Jake Butfield hit Tom Eisenhuth on the chest for the centre to stroll over and open the scoring in the seventh minute for a 6-0 lead with Butfield’s conversion.

Bulls skipper Tim Robinson replied from a short pass from stand in half Ben Falcone to crash over under the posts and level scores seven minutes later with Liam Walker’s conversion.

Class Saints fullback and young Penrith Panthers prospect Brent Naden showed his class in the 23rd minute when he rounded up opposite number Gerard McCallum’s 60-metre burst before he beat McCallum for pace off a Butfield pass to score and give the visitors a 10-6 lead.

Giant Saints winger Luke Nadurutalo out-leaped Walker from a bomb three minutes from half-time to give the Saints a 14-6 lead going to the break – as a prelude to the controversial incident of the match.

After the try was scored, Eisenhuth lodged an on-field complaint with referee Phil Sung against Bulls stand in five-eighth Devon Makoare-Boyce for an alleged eye gouging in a tackle leading up to Nadurutalo’s try.

Sung had no choice but to place Makoare-Boyce on report to be dealt with during the following week by the NSWRL Judiciary.

In a thrilling second half, Bulls stand in hooker Adam Spicer scored his first try nine minutes after the restart to set up the second stanza nicely at 14-12 with Walker’s conversion.

Then in the 61st minute, two superb passes by ageless interchange Bulls forward Hutch Maiava and fellow prop Robinson sent McCallum away under the posts to give the Bulls the 18-14 lead with Walker’s conversion.

Naden then scored his second try with 12 minutes left when he leapt high from a Butfield bomb above McCallum to plant the ball down next to the posts to regain the lead for the Saints at 20-18 with Butfield’s conversion.

As time ticked down, the Bulls had one last chance on the back of field position gained from a couple of suspect passes. Spicer burrowed over from close range through three defenders out wide with three minutes left to regain the lead at 24-20 with Walker’s successful conversion.

In the last 90 seconds, the Saints got possession back and looked to have pulled a result out of nowhere when second- rower Joe Vaegaau looked to have scored – only for the last pass to be ruled forward.

The Bulls held on from the scrum to close out their win to move back into the top eight.

In the other match of the split round last Sunday, the Concord-Burwood Wolves continued to serve notice that they are a genuine Ron Massey Cup threat as they trounced 2015 Grand Finalists Asquith 36-14 at Goddard Park, Concord.

With the bigger Wolves pack making the most of the Magpies’ diabolical completion rate of just four from 11 sets in the first half, Concord-Burwood’s brilliant backline set up a match winning 26-nil lead at the half-time break.

Joe Uluibau, Cameron Eyles, former North Sydney Bear Bernard Gregorius, new centre Matui Fukofuka and class five-eighth Marc Russell all scored first half tries as the Wolves ran riot over the hapless Mapgies in the first 40 minutes.

Asquith did mount a comeback of sorts in the second half despite missing Abbas Miski and Mark Daoud to the Lebanon v Cook Islands Test, and winger Alex Nicholls-O’Neill to a touch football carnival in Queensland last Sunday.

When skipper Joel Latham, halfback Aaron Groom and bustling centre Jeco Makatoa got on the score sheet with tries in quick succession in the second half, the Magpies had hopes of a miracle comeback when Makatoa converted his own try.

However the Wolves steadied and put the game beyond doubt when interchange fullback Sami Latu scored to extend the Concord-Burwood lead to 30-14.

Giant Wolves backrower Kem Seru put the icing on the cake when he barged over to score in the closing stages to complete the scoring at 36-14 with halfback Aaron Booth’s fourth conversion from seven attempts.
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