Rd 18 v Penrith @ North Sydney Oval
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 09, 2016 4:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I started listening on Steele Sports Radio (www.steelesports.com.au) but the signal dropped out after half an hour, so switched to Hawkesbury Radio (www.hawkesburyradio.com.au). Both calls are great.

Between the two calls, I've heard 12 of the 13 starting side (all except Brett Greinke) plus George Burgess and Fred Junior Muala from the bench.

I can't believe how badly North Sydney seemed to be playing for the first 30 minutes. A litany of penalties - everyone described as "stupid" by the commentators - and disorganised play saw us trailing 22-0 after half an hour. But then things changed dramatically with two tries in two minutes just before half time, with Miski almost getting one as well but spilling a bomb with no Penrith players there to make the tackle had he caught it. Unfortunately, Penrith scored a try on the siren against the run of play to give them a handy 28-12 lead at half time.

Half Time
North Sydney Bears 12 (Dane Nielsen, Brad Dietz tries; Eli Levido 2 goals from 2 attempts) trails
Penrith Panthers 28 (5 tries; 4 goals from 5 attempts)

I'm following the twitter posts from both @NthSydneyBears and @PenrithPanthers:

3:02 Penrith Panthers (PP): Players hit the field here at North Sydney Oval. Panthers to kick off.
3:03 PP: 1' Early error puts the Panthers on the attack (Fintan here - the "early error" was Clayton Williams knocking on while trying to play the ball on the first set of six)
3:07 PP: 3' A penalty means the Panthers will keep the pressure on here
3:08 PP: 4' TRY! Brute strength sees Panthers big man Viliame Kikau charge over. 4-0 KTC
3:10 PP: 6' Converted by Josh Hall and the Panthers lead 6-0
3:11 North Sydney Bears (NSB): 6th minute | Try Panthers | @PenrithPanthers 6 Vs @NthSydneyBears 0
3:12 PP: 7' TRY! Kikau breaks the line and offloads for Tyrone Peachey to dive over! 10-0 KTC (Fintan here - the commentators said that this was scored off a blatant forward pass)
3:13 PP: 8' Conversion is good from Josh Hall. Panthers lead 12-0 early in this one
3:13 NSB: 8th minute Try Panthers | @PenrithPanthers 12 Vs @NthSydneyBears 0
3:20 PP: 16' TRY! Hall over in the corner after a beautiful cut-out pass from Andrew Heffernan. 16-0 KTC
3:22 PP: 17' Hall can't convert his own try. Score remains 16-0 to the Panthers
3:22 NSB: 16th minute Try Panthers | @NthSydneyBears 0 Vs @PenrithPanthers 16
3:27 PP: 23' TRY! Heffernan dives on a well-weighted Peachey grubber. Panthers lead 20-0 KTC
3:28 PP: 24' Hall knocks the conversion over for a 22-0 lead. Panthers with all the possession so far...
3:29 NSB: 23rd minute Try Panthers | @NthSydneyBears 0 Vs @PenrithPanthers 22
3:35 NSB: 29th minute Try to Dane Nielson | @NthSydneyBears 4 Vs @PenrithPanthers 22
3:36 NSB: 30th minute Goal to Eli Levido | @NthSydneyBears 6 Vs @PenrithPanthers 22
3:36 PP: 30' TRY Bears. Dane Nielsen goes over in the corner. Converted to make it 22-6
3:38 NSB: 34th minute to Brad Dietz | @NthSydneyBears 10 Vs @PenrithPanthers 22
3:38 NSB: 35th minute Goal to Eli Levido | @NthSydneyBears 12 Vs @PenrithPanthers 22
3:38 PP: 32' TRY Bears. A strong run from G.Burgess and hooker Deitz burrows over. Conversion makes it 22-12
3:44 NSB: 38th minute Try to Panthers | @NthSydneyBears 12 Vs @PenrithPanthers 28
3:44 PP: 39' TRY! MWZ touches down after a clean break up the middle from ZDC. 26-12 KTC
3:45 PP: HALFTIME - Hall converts and the Panthers lead 28-12 over North Sydney Bears HT @NthSydneyBears 12 Vs @PenrithPanthers 28
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 09, 2016 4:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

A great comeback from the Bears, but not enough - a 34-22 loss, including a 90 metre intercept try to Penrith just a couple of minutes from the end. Commentators said that NS was in control for most of the game, except for the first 30 minutes.

I heard 16 of NS's squad of 17 called - all except Liam Coleman (which is not to say he didn't play, just that I didn't hear his name).

The Hawkesbury Radio commentators gave Damian Cook their best player award.

Full Time
North Sydney Bears 22 (Dane Nielsen 2, Brad Dietz, Latrell Robinson tries; Eli Levido 3 goals from 4 attempts) lost to
Penrith Panthers 34 (6 tries; 5 goals from 6 attempts)

The 2nd half tweets from Penrith and Norths:

3:56 PP: 41' The players takes the field, the spectators amble off it and the Bears get us started again
3:56 PP: 41' And for the second time in the game, the Bears send a kick-off out on the full. Panthers penalty
3:57 PP: 41' It's all happening as the Panthers don't find touch from the penalty. Bears with the ball
4:04 NSB: 48th minute Try to Dane Nielson | @NthSydneyBears 16 Vs @PenrithPanthers 28
4:04 PP: 47' TRY! Bears in as Nielsen grabs his second for the game. 28-16 KTC
4:05 PP: 48' Conversion attempt is waved away. Panthers lead 28-16
4:13 PP: 56' Panthers will have a drop-out after the Bears pin them. Dangerous times...
4:15 PP: 58' Panthers hold on. Lead 28-16 and will work the ball off their own line
4:17 PP: 61' Phew. Bears running rampant but lose possession with the tryline in sight...
4:22 NSB: 64th min Try to Latrell Robinson | @NthSydneyBears 20 Vs @PenrithPanthers 28
4:23 NSB: 65th minute Goal to Eli Levido | @NthSydneyBears 22 Vs @PenrithPanthers 28
4:22 PP: 64' TRY Bears. On the back of a questionable 40/20, Latrell Robinson goes over. 28-20 KTC (Fintan here - the commentators had no doubt about it - the Penrith player had his foot on the line when he knocked the ball back inside. It was Levido did the 40/20.)
4:23 PP: 65' Conversion is good and the Panthers lead is cut to a converted try. 28-22
4:29 PP: 72' HUGE defensive effort from the Panthers to hold out multiple sets on their own line
4:33 PP: 76' TRY!!! Panthers defend and defend before Josh Hall swoops on a loose ball and runs 90m to score!
4:34 PP: 77' Hall converts his second try of the day. Panthers lead 34-22
4:35 NSB: 76th minute Try to Panthers | @NthSydneyBears 22 Vs @PenrithPanthers 34
4:39 PP: FULLTIME - Our ISP Panthers beat North Sydney Bears 34-22 at North Sydney Oval
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 09, 2016 5:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The Bears should have leveled this game at 28-all. We had a heap of sets attacking their line with the score at 28-22, but we failed to come up with the goods.

The most frustrating part of the day was that we kicked 3 kick-offs out on the full resulting in penalties on halfway.

Mociedreke played fullback with Cook playing time at hooker and in the halves. Coleman was on the bench. I didn't notice whether he came on the field at the end.

George Burgess didn't come on the field until 30 minutes into the game, and only played around 20-25 minutes. Panthers had the benefit of Tyrone Peachey who was dropped for disciplinary reasons and he was always a threat.

First time I've seen Latrell Robinson and Jamel Hunt and I thought they went well.
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 09, 2016 5:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Panthers Pounce At North Sydney
Stewart Moses
Sat 9th July, 04:45PM


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Penrith have put the disappointment of last week’s shock loss to lowly Wentworthville behind them, holding-off a fast finishing North Sydney Bears to record an invaluable 34-22 win at North Sydney Oval this afternoon.

The Panthers led by the surprise inclusion of Tyrone Peachey and the ever-improving powerhouse front-rower Viliame Kikau, took advantage of early ill-discipline and numerous errors from the home side to open up a 22-0 lead.

But despite a second half comeback from the Bears, they were just unable to peg back that early lead before a late 85 metre try to Josh Hall sealed the win for the Mountain Men.

In fact, apart from two tries, Hall also bagged five goals from six attempts for a personal haul of 18 points, which once again shows why the former AFL player is considered a strong chance to finish the season as the competition’s top points scorer having already amassed 132 points to date.

An error in the opening set, enabled Penrith to apply early pressure and open the scoring though Kikau in just the 6th minute when the prop stormed his way through the Bears goal-line defence to score from close range.

The Bears having not seen any possession after their opening set error, trailed by 12 two minutes later when Kikau turned provider, with a strong run that had the North Sydney defence at sixers and sevens before providing a peach of an offload to Peachey.

Fullback Andrew Heffernan, playing in his first game since Round 11, laid on Penrith’s third try inside the opening 20 minutes of the game with a cut-out pass for Hall to score in the corner before the fullback joined the score-sheet seven minutes courtesy of a well-weighted grubber from Peachey into the Bears in-goal ad at 22-0 the score could have been anything for Penrith.

The Bears having made several errors and conceded the opening five penalties finally received one of their own just before the half-hour mark and it had instant effect with the home side scoring back-to-back tries to reduce the gap to ten with half-time closing in.

The first try came when Dane Nielsen finished off a neat shift left, with a powerful burst to score in the left corner, converted in spectacular fashion from half Eli Levido.

Minutes later a powerful run from interchange forward George Burgess, playing in his first game back from injury, stretched the Panthers defence that allowed hooker Bradley Deitz to capitalise on, burrowing his way over from the play the ball to score.

But just as the Bears were beginning to gain ascendency, the Panthers scored with the last play of the half to push the score out to 28-12 after Zach Dockar-Clay’s burst through the middle from 30 metres out enabled Malakai Watene-Zelezniak to score behind the posts.

If it was all Penrith in the first half, it was almost certainly all North Sydney in the second half as the Bears returned out onto the field with much greater intensity.

They were rewarded with an early second half try when Nielsen scored his second for the game, finishing off a well-worked movement off a scrum win 10m out from the Panthers line, to reduce the lead to twelve.

The Panthers having played a virtually error-free first half, were suddenly making mistakes at will throughout the second half, inviting the Bears to continue their comeback, which they did when a 40-20 kick in the 65th minute enabled North Sydney to score from the ensuing set.

Centre Latrell Robinson shrugged off some feeble outside defence to score out wide and with another Levido conversion from just inside the sideline, the Bears were right back in the game trailing 28-22 but had all the momentum.

The Bears continued to dominate possession and territory and looked likely to score after forcing an error from Peachey coming of his own line, a loose pass was swooped upon by Hall to streak 85 metres and score the only points of the second half for the visitors, breaking the hearts of the home crowd in the process.

The Panthers now return home next Sunday when they take on the high-flying Illawarra Cutters while on the same day the North Sydney Bears are again at home when they host the Newtown Jets.
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 10, 2016 10:57 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Minutes played (forwards/bench)
80: Deitz, Siolo
65: Rogers
57: CWilliams
54: Mauala
48:Crichton
45: Greinke
25: Gurgess
23: JHunt
3: Coleman

Coleman only came on at 77th minute.
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 10, 2016 5:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

092016 wrote:
Minutes played (forwards/bench)
3: Coleman

Coleman only came on at 77th minute.

That's pretty well in the "why bother" category.

Thanks for this update.
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 10, 2016 7:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

092016 wrote:
Minutes played (forwards/bench)
80: Deitz, Siolo
65: Rogers
57: CWilliams
54: Mauala
48:Crichton
45: Greinke
25: Gurgess
23: JHunt
3: Coleman

Coleman only came on at 77th minute.
Where did you get these stats from?

It would be interesting to see a full set of stats.
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 11, 2016 11:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

girvie wrote:
092016 wrote:
Minutes played (forwards/bench)
80: Deitz, Siolo
65: Rogers
57: CWilliams
54: Mauala
48:Crichton
45: Greinke
25: Gurgess
23: JHunt
3: Coleman

Coleman only came on at 77th minute.
Where did you get these stats from?

It would be interesting to see a full set of stats.


http://live.nswrl.com.au/comp/197

There was an interchange section in there that I added up the minutes from. There werent any other stats apart from the usual tries/goals. Yep would be great if the full stats were there.
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 11, 2016 5:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

https://twitter.com/JulianDaw/status/752379797297246209
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The highlights my call on @HawkesburyRadio of @NthSydneyBears @PenrithPanthers in @IntrustSuperPrm
https://soundcloud.com/julian-daw/isp-noths-v-penrith
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 15, 2016 1:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Highlights delayed due to SOO

HIGHLIGHTS | Intrust Super Premiership NSW Rd 18
Fri 15th July, 12:45PM

Round 18 of the Intrust Super Premiership NSW saw Mounties maintain their outright first position on the ladder, while the battle for the top four is heating up.

Watch the best bits from the round in the video.
http://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2016/07/15/highlights_intrust_s.html


Loss Teaches Bears Lesson
Mosman Daily
14 July 2016

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THE Bears are confident going into their next Frank Hyde Shield match, despite a third straight loss at the weekend after Penrith beat them 34-22 in round 18 of the NSW Rugby League ISP Cup.

General manager Greg Florimo said the Bears had a poor start and gave away penalties, but there were still "plenty of positives".

"Namely the amount of heart and mettle the boys showed, trying to dig their way out of a difficult position, and in particular our performance for the final 60 minutes," he said.

Florimo said the Bears had a good chance against Newtown and would work on their start for Sunday.

"It will be important against the Jets who are a big and intimidating type of side," he said.

North Sydney Oval will host a free children's coaching clinic at midday before the main game at 3pm.
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