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PostPosted: Tue Jun 07, 2016 11:10 am    Post subject: ISP, Rd 14, Sun 12 June v Mounties @ North Sydney Oval @ 3PM Reply with quote

Round 14:
North Sydney Bears v Mounties
Sun 12 June 2016
3:00 PM
North Sydney Oval
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The North Sydney Bears team for Sunday's match against Mounties at North Sydney Oval at 3pm is:

1. Latrell Schaumkel
2. Tulsa Saumamao
3. Tevita Cottrell
4. Ed Murphy (C)
5. Abbas Miski
6. Sitiveni Moceidreke
7. Eli Levido
8. Brett Greinke
9. Brad Dietz
10. Jack Siejka
11. Tautalatasi Tasi
12. Jack Gosiewski
13. Clayton Williams

Interchange:

14. Aaron Booth
15. Jokatama Dokonivalu
16. Piki Rogers
17. Fred Junior Mauala

Coach – Ben Gardiner
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All 4 Kennedy's and 5 NRL players and 1 NYC player named

Mounties:

1 Kato Ottio (Raiders NRL)
2 Eddie Aiono
3 Sam Duggan
4 Cameron Phelps
5 Alofi Mataele
6 Lachlan Croker (Raiders NRL)
7 Maurice Kennedy
8 Rhys Kennedy (Raiders NRL)
9 Adam Clydsdale (Raiders NRL)
10 Mitch Kennedy
11 Jarrad Kennedy (Raiders NRL)
12 Scott Sorenson [Ex Souths]
13 Glen Buttriss (c)

Interchange:

14 Willie Mataka
15 Royce Hunt
16 Jack Williams (Raiders NYC)
17 Pat Mataele

Coach Stephen Antonelli
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PREVIEWS | Intrust Super Premiership NSW Rd 14
Simon Masterton
Fri 10th June, 2016

North Sydney Bears (6th) v Mounties (1st)
North Sydney Oval, Sunday 12 June
3pm
Broadcast LIVE on SteeleSports.com.au
Broadcast LIVE on Triple H 100.1 FM
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It was a dismal performance in the wet by the Bears last weekend, conceding 30 points in conditions that shouldn’t have allowed it. The North Sydney side have shown glimpses of their defensive abilities throughout the year, however, and these will have to be on song to compete against ladder leaders Mounties this Sunday.

The Bears welcome back Eli Levido this week, who was a sorely-missed late omission in the wet weather affair in Round 13. Latrell Schaumkell is also named at fullback once again, with Sitiveni Moceidreke slotting into the five-eighth position.

Mounties, meanwhile, may just have suffered a tiny chink in their armour thanks to the mid-season exit of Mitch Barnett. Barnett was also not present in their last-start win over the Wests Tigers in Round 12 and his replacement Scott Sorenson filled in his big shoes with a solid effort in attack and defence. The visitors will also be without classy custodian Zac Santo, who impressed in just his second NRL appearance last night, but slotting into the back is try-scoring machine Kato Ottio. The move is significant for Mounties’ attack and could prove vital to the result at North Sydney Oval.
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 12, 2016 5:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

What a hot and cold team we have this year - last week, we showed no imagination at all, this week we beat the competition leaders. I wasn't able to listen to the game as I had something else on, but the tweets from @NthSydneyBears are below, as well as the match report from the NSWRL website. It sound like we withstood a second half comeback and we certainly benefited from some poor goalkicking from the Mounties (0 from 4). Each side scored four tries, so our ten point winning margin was from the boot of Eli Levido's five goals (four conversions and a penalty). The win lifts us to 5th, our highest position since Round 5 (when were also 5th). Great stuff Bears!

14m @NthSydneyBears 0 Vs @MountiesRLFC 0

17m T: Murphy C: Levido | @NthSydneyBears 6 Vs @MountiesRLFC 0

23m T&C: Mounties | @NthSydneyBears 6 Vs @MountiesRLFC 4

26m T: Dietz C: Levido | @NthSydneyBears 12 Vs @MountiesRLFC 4

29m P: Levido | @NthSydneyBears 14 Vs @MountiesRLFC 4

37m T: Moceidreke C: Levido | @NthSydneyBears 20 Vs @MountiesRLFC 4

HT @NthSydneyBears 20 Vs @MountiesRLFC 4

FOR THE RECORD 1st half tries to Murphy, Deitz. 3 conversions & 1 penalty kick to Eli Levido.

52m T: Mounties | @NthSydneyBears 20 Vs @MountiesRLFC 8

63m T&C: Mounties | @NthSydneyBears 20 Vs @MountiesRLFC 12

68m T: Mounties | @NthSydneyBears 20 Vs @MountiesRLFC 16

75m @NthSydneyBears 20 Vs @MountiesRLFC 16

79m T: Saumamao C: Levido | @NthSydneyBears 26 Vs @MountiesRLFC 16

FT @NthSydneyBears 26 Vs @MountiesRLFC 16

FOR THE RECORD 2nd half try to Saumamao. conversions kick to Eli Levido.

North Sydney Bears 26 (Murphy, Dietz, Moceidreke, Saumamao tries; Levido 5 goals (x4 conversions, x1 penalty) df
Mounties 16 (4 tries; 0 goals)

*****
www.nswrl.com.au/news/2016/06/12/bears_bounce_back_to.html

Bears Bounce Back To Upset Mounties
Matt Buxton (Twitter: @MattBuxton22)
Sun 12th June, 05:00PM

A Brad Dietz inspired North Sydney Bears have pulled off an upset victory over the in-form Mounties thanks to a near-perfect first-half performance.

Mounties came into the game as undeniably the best team of 2016 so far with just one loss to their name, while the Bears were aiming to bounce back from one of the worst performances in recent memory against Wyong last week.

Dietz had an opening 40-minutes to remember, while late-inclusion Devon Makoare-Boyce was also a constant threat with the ball in hand. The added influence of Levido had certainly been missing last week, and his positive presence was once again on show today.

A string of penalties led to immediate field position for Mounties, and despite throwing everything at them, the Bears’ line held strong. Mitch Kennedy looked like he was going to score for all money, but an amazing tackle led by Dietz held him up and prevented the try.

The next 15 minutes of the game was your classic end-to-end style of football, with both sides happy to complete their sets and get a kick away without mounting any sort of pressure.

The Bears finally went on the attack for the first time shortly afterwards, and the two halves in Sitiveni Moceidreke and Eli Levido combined to give Ed Murphy enough room to burst into a small hole and dive over for the opening try of the match.

Mounties may not have been able to put points on the board in their previous attacking raid, but once they had another sniff they executed perfectly. Kato Ottio charged onto a ball close to the line, before throwing a nice offload onto the chest of Jarrad Kennedy, who wrestled his way over to reduce the deficit to 6-4.

A mistake off the kick-off proved to be terrible for Mounties, as off the ensuing set in front of the posts, Dietz sold a dummy so far to his left that he did a 360 degree spin, before charging through a hole left by the drifting markers to crash over.

A ruck-penalty while defending their line the following set cost Mounties another two points, nudging the Bears’ lead out to 10.

Dietz got a set going with an amazing run out of trouble, before a fantastic offload by Makoare-Boyce set-up a linebreak deep into Mounties’ half. A few tackles later, thanks to some exciting second-phase play finished off by Moceidreke, the Bears extended their lead to 20-4.

Mounties had to be first to score in the second-half, and that’s exactly what they did after a left-to-right shift had Alofi Mataele darting down the sideline to score in the corner.

It looked like the Bears were going to be next to score after bursting through the line, but a brilliant effort by Lachlan Croker shut down the opportunity with a brilliant tackle.

After a simple mistake made whilst retrieving a kick, the Bears’ were put under immediate pressure, and Mounties had no trouble capitalising on the opportunity thanks to an Eddie Aiono try, who finished off a right-to-left shift.

The momentum was well and truly with Mounties, and suddenly, they were back within reach after Glen Buttriss charged through a gap to reduce the deficit to just four, after their fourth consecutive conversion was waved away.

The final 10 minutes were nail biting, but the Bears sealed the game after Tulsa Saumamao charged onto a ball and scored under the posts, to give them a 26-16 victory.
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Bears Maul Mounties
Mosman Daily
Caroline Tang
16 June 2016

(Back Page)

There was no mountain the Bears could not claw their way over as they mauled ladderleaders the Mounties at the weekend. North Sydney proved its lesser ranking was a mere number, beating Mount Pritchard 26-16 in round 14 of the NSW ISP Cup.

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Bears Maul Mounties For A Great Win

The Mounties fell to second place on the ladder after the Bears knocked them off their perch, in what was only the Mounties' second loss of the season.

General manager Greg Florimo said the Bears' tactics caught the Mounties off guard. "There was an element of energy and enthusiasm that we brought to the game, mixed in with a really sharp plan of attack where we were a little bit unconventional with what we turned up with," he said.

Florimo said the Bears put on a pretty impressive performance.

"We were up for a while at halftime, then we held that lead for all of the second half," he said. "It got a little bit close towards the back end of the game, but we scored a try in the closing stages to seal it. It was a good day."

Florimo praised player of the day Tautalatasi Tasi and the team's many great performances across the park.

"Brad Dietz, our hooker, was very, very strong in the first half and set up the game for us," he said. "Eli Levido was back after a couple of weeks out and he was very strong for us as well."

The Bears play Wests Tigers on Saturday at North Sydney Oval and the team is hosting a pre-match fan event with the NRL's South Sydney Rabbitohs from 1pm.
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