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PostPosted: Tue May 09, 2017 7:49 pm    Post subject: ISP Round 10 v Newtown @ NSO, Sun 14th May, 3:00PM Reply with quote

Competition in the Intrust Super Premiership resumes this weekend, and NS plays Newtown on Sunday at NS Oval. It's the first leg of the Frank Hyde Shield for 2017. Steele Sports hasn't yet posted the games its covering, but I'd be astonished if this wasn't one of them. See www.steelesports.com.au.

The NS side is posted on the NS website (see below) and an an e-mail sent to members (also below) says that there's a special jersey this week, based on the one worn in the 1943 grand final against Newtown.

South Sydney has named an eight man bench for its Friday night game against Wests Tigers, but only one of these - Tyrell Fuimaono - has been named for Norths, so we might pick up some more.

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www.northsydneybears.com.au/north-sydney-bears-team-face-newtown-jets

NORTH SYDNEY BEARS TEAM TO FACE THE NEWTOWN JETS
May 9, 2017
by Steve Little

NSW Rugby League Senior Representative Competition | Intrust Super Premiership Competition [Open Age]
Round Ten | North Sydney Vs Newtown | North Sydney Oval | 3:00 pm | 14/05/2017


1 Sitiveni Moceidreke
2 Tautalatasi Tasi
3 Edward Murphy
4 Tyrell Fuimaono
5 Dane Neilson
6 Eli Levido
7 Luke Kelly
8 Fred Junior Mauala
9 Bradley Deitz (C)
10 Toby Rudolf
11 Brett Greinke
12 Piki Rogers
13 Cheyne Whitelaw

Interchange
14 Clayton Williams
15 Adam Doueihi
16 Jack Gosiewski
17 Jamal Hunt

Coach: Ben Gardiner

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E-mail to North Sydney members, Tuesday 9th May 2017

This Sunday we take on the Newtown Jets at North Sydney Oval and are proud to announce that we will be wearing a very special event jersey – this is a replica from our 1943 Grand Final against Newtown.

The 1943 Grand Final represents an important moment in our Club’s great history. Led by the mighty Frank Hyde – who had left Newtown to join us via Balmain the year previous – North Sydney had already beaten Newtown three times that year before we met in the Grand Final.

The 1943 decider remains one of the game’s most memorable Grand Finals of all time. Played at a heaving SCG in front of a record crowd of well over 60,000 – further inflated by thousands watching on roofs and vantage points outside the ground and by over 10,000 fans locked out – the game is remembered for who didn’t play – our champion lock Harry Taylor.

Rated by Frank Hyde as one of the best locks of the 1940s, Taylor was secretly in transit to New Guinea to fight in the war. Rumours however swept the ground that he would go AWOL to play the match - that he had even been picked up outside the SCG by military police on his way in to don the Red and Black. The rumour persisted for decades until Taylor set the record straight in an interview in 1990. A hastily reshuffled Norths side lost the Grand Final, 34-7, and while Taylor made a brief comeback in 1946, injuries suffered during the war ended his career.

Our Grand Final side was missing other key players that had made the season such a success. Missing the Grand Final on active service was our fullback Neville Butler who played at Bear Park while training with the RAAF in Sydney between 1940 and 1943. Neville was a Flying Officer with the 460 Squadron and killed in action when his plane was shot down over Germany in 1944.

The 1943 season and the Grand Final remains one of our great Club’s most famous.

In 2017 we are proud to bring back the red jumper with a black vee for our games against our 1943 nemesis and friends at Newtown.



We are very pleased to announce that our fans and supporters - including kids sizes - will be able to purchase their very own heritage jersey – complete with the white collar and 43 on the back! - either at the game or on-line at northsydneybears.com.au These heritage jerseys are a limited edition so move fast!

The perfect gift for Mother’s Day…or in fact any day!

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PostPosted: Fri May 12, 2017 12:52 pm    Post subject: Re: ISP Round 10 v Newtown @ NSO, Sun 14th May, 3:00PM Reply with quote

Fintan O'Laighin wrote:
Steele Sports hasn't yet posted the games its covering, but I'd be astonished if this wasn't one of them. See www.steelesports.com.au.

As expected, the game will be on Steele Sports, from 2:30PM on Sunday. I'll probably miss at least the first half as I have something on. Hopefully, I'll be back in time for the second half.



There are also a couple of articles on the NS website, including one on the inaugural City/Country women's game at 1:00PM.

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www.northsydneybears.com.au/big-day-arrived-first-leg-frank-hyde-shield

The Big Day Has Arrived: First Leg of the Frank Hyde Shield

May 11, 2017 by Steve Little

Next Sunday North Sydney Oval will be the host for two Rugby League matches including the Women's Country versus City and the first leg of the Frank Hyde Shield.

Gates will open 12:45 pm for a 1:00 pm kick-off to the women's open age fixture, followed by the Frank Hyde Shield at 3:00 pm between the North Sydney Bears and the Newtown Jets.

As we take on the Newtown Jets at North Sydney Oval the Bears are proud to announce that they will be wearing a very special event jersey - a replica from our 1943 Grand Final against Newtown.

The 1943 Grand Final represents an important moment in our Club's great history. Led by the mighty Frank Hyde - who had left Newtown to join us via Balmain the year previous - North Sydney had already beaten Newtown three times that year before we met in the Grand Final.

The 1943 decider remains one of the game's most memorable Grand Finals of all time.

Played at a heaving SCG in front of a record crowd of well over 60,000 - further inflated by thousands watching on roofs and vantage points outside the ground and by over 10,000 fans locked out – the game is remembered for who didn't play – our champion lock Harry Taylor.

Rated by Frank Hyde as one of the best locks of the 1940s, Taylor was secretly in transit to New Guinea to fight in the war.

Rumours, however, swept the ground that he would go AWOL to play the match - that he had even been picked up outside the SCG by military police on his way into don the Red and Black.

The rumour persisted for decades until Taylor set the record straight in an interview in 1990.

A hastily reshuffled Norths side lost the Grand Final, 34-7, and while Taylor made a brief comeback in 1946, injuries suffered during the war ended his career.

Our Grand Final side was missing other key players that had made the season such a success.

Missing the Grand Final on active service was our fullback Neville Butler who played at Bear Park while training with the RAAF in Sydney between 1940 and 1943.

Neville was a Flying Officer with the 460 Squadron and killed in action when his plane was shot down over Germany in 1944.

The 1943 season and the Grand Final remains one of our great Club's most famous.

In 2017 we are proud to bring back the red jumper with a black vee for our games against our 1943 nemesis and friends at Newtown.

We are very pleased to announce that this jersey will be able to be purchased in both adult and kids sizes - complete with the white collar and 43 on the back! either at the game or on-line at northsydneybears.com.au These heritage jerseys are a limited edition so move fast!

They will initially be available at the game on Sunday and a week later on-line at in our merchandise store.

However, these heritage jerseys are a limited edition so move fast!

Sunday Schedule:

12:45 pm Gates open
1:00 pm Women's Open Country Vs City
3:00 pm Frank Hyde Shield North Sydney Bears Vs Newtown Jets

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www.northsydneybears.com.au/country-city-womans-teams-inaugural-clash-north-sydney-oval

Country and City Women's Teams for the Inaugural Clash at North Sydney Oval

May 11, 2017 by Steve Little

Next Sunday North Sydney Oval will be the host for the Inaugural Women's Country versus City Origin match.

Gates will open 12:45 pm for a 1:00 pm kick-off to the women's open age fixture, followed by the Frank Hyde Shield at 3:00 pm between the North Sydney Bears and the Newtown Jets.

NSW Rugby League Senior Representative Competition | Country Vs City Origin [Open Age]
City Vs Country | North Sydney Oval | 1:00 pm | 14/05/2017


2017 NSW Women's City squad
1 Tahlia Hunter - Glenmore Park Brumbies
2 Taleena Simon - Redfern All Blacks
3 Nikia Davis-Welsh - Redfern All Blacks
4 Karri Doyle - Redfern All Blacks
5 Kate Mullaly - Cronulla-Caringbah Sharks
6 Lavina Phillips - Redfern All Blacks
7 Allana Ferguson - Cronulla-Caringbah Sharks
8 Eunice Grimes - Redfern All Blacks
9 Rebecca Riley - Redfern All Blacks
10 Ruby Ewe - Cronulla-Caringbah Sharks
11 Talesha Quinn - Cronulla-Caringbah Sharks
12 Jasmin Allende - Redfern All Blacks
13 Nicole Backhouse - Forestville Ferrets
14 Kayla Peck - Forestville Ferrets
15 Vanessa Foliaki - Brisbane Easts
16 Kaarla Cowan - Cronulla-Caringbah Sharks
17 Botille Vette-Welsh - Cronulla-Caringbah Sharks
18 Lisa Tauariki - Cronulla-Caringbah Sharks
19 Kyara Nean - Redfern All Blacks
20 Ashlee Harrison - Penrith Panthers

Coach: Chris Studdon

2017 NSW Women’s Country squad
1 Brittany Constable - Berkeley
2 Rikeya Horne - Corrimal
3 Jayme Fressard - Berkeley Vale
4 Donna Sutton - North Newcastle
5 Amy Broadhead - North Newcastle
6 Talia Atfield - Nowra-Bomaderry
7 Kylie Hilder - North Newcastle
8 Georgina Brooker - Corrimal
9 Tammy Fletcher - Corrimal
10 Jennaya Ottaway - Goulburn Workers
11 Erin Blackwell - Helensburgh
12 Phoebe Desmond - North Newcastle
13 Margaret Watson - North Newcastle
14 Alicia-Kate Hawke - Corrimal
15 Jerry Burgmann - North Newcastle
16 Jade Etherden - Corrimal
17 Hollie Wheeler - North Newcastle
18 Brooke Carter - South Newcastle
19 Samantha Wood - Queanbeyan United
20 Alicia Martin - North Newcastle

Coach: Mick Young
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PostPosted: Sat May 13, 2017 10:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

It looks like Cameron Murray, Zane Musgrove, Braiden Burns and Siosifa Talakai may be available for the Bears as they didn't play for the Rabbitohs last night.

Tyrell Fuimaono will drop out, as he made his Rabbitohs debut (and played well).
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PostPosted: Sun May 14, 2017 5:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Bears right in the game with 5 to go, on the attack 10m out from Newtown line.........

......Luke Kelly throws an intercept, Edrick Lee goes 90m to score the match winner.

4 home games, 4 losses.
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PostPosted: Sun May 14, 2017 5:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Lots of team changes today. Cheyne Whitelaw played in jersey number 43 and the Bears wore replica jerseys from the 1943 grand final.

15 Adam Doueihi
1 Sitiveni Moceidreke
5 Dane Neilson
20 Siosifa Talakai
21 Braidon Burns
6 Eli Levido
7 Luke Kelly
18 Zane Musgrove
9 Bradley Deitz (C)
11 Brett Greinke
19 Cameron Murray
12 Piki Rogers
43 Cheyne Whitelaw

Interchange
2 Tautalatasi Tasi
10 Toby Rudolf
14 Clayton Williams
16 Jack Gosiewski

Out
3 Edward Murphy
4 Tyrell Fuimaono
8 Fred Junior Mauala
17 Jamal Hunt

The Bears were very sloppy in the first half, with lots of dropped ball and a number of penalties given away. They would have been happy going to halftime down 8-6.

I thought we were the better team in the second half. With the scores locked at 12-all we were putting pressure on their line, however Edrick Lee took an intercept and ran the length of the field to win the game for Newtown. Final score 16-12
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PostPosted: Mon May 15, 2017 10:17 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Good, tough display by our forwards, but we are not showing enough variety in attack.

The fact we have conceded a number of costly intercept tries recently just shows that opposition outside backs know what we are doing.
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