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PostPosted: Fri Jul 14, 2017 9:18 am    Post subject: Round 19 Nth Sydney v Mounties @ Nth Sydney oval Sunday July Reply with quote

With Souths playing on the same afternoon and no doubt taking a few spares up to Cairns with them we won't be getting too many favours this weekend.
Mounties also have the luxury of Canberra playing on Friday night.

At the very least we can turn up and play "spot the former bear" with Mounties boasting quite a few. I can't be bothered posting the team lists, and with Fintain refusing to acknowledge this match is even on you'll just have to look them up.
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 15, 2017 7:25 pm    Post subject: Re: Round 19 Nth Sydney v Mounties @ Nth Sydney oval Sunday Reply with quote

Moonbear wrote:
I can't be bothered posting the team lists, and with Fintain refusing to acknowledge this match is even on you'll just have to look them up.

Hey, it was an oversight and I've had a busy week. :-)

The team is posted on the NS website. It doesn't seem to be getting broadcast this week - Steele Sports doesn't list it, Hawkesbury Radio is covering Penrith v Wests Tigers; the only possibility is Triple H which isn't saying what it's covering, but it did cover the NS v Penrith game at NSO a couple of weeks ago - www.triplehfm.com.au.

As Moonbear says, South Sydney is in Cairns on Sunday. The updated team list on the NRL website has a 19-man squad, including two players also named for Norths - Braidon Burns (on the wing in no. 23, replacing Aaron Grey who is out) and Cameron Murray (reserve, no. 22).

Jack Gosiewski (also named for NS) and Anthony Cherrington were cut from the NRL squad.

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TEAM LIST – NORTH SYDNEY TO FACE THE MOUNTIES AT NORTH SYDNEY OVAL

July 11, 2017 by Steve Little

The North Sydney Bears Intrust Super Team will be at home this Sunday to the Mt. Pritchard Mounties in Round Nineteen of competition.

In Round Four, the Bears were victorious 12-4 over the Mounties at Aubrey Keech Reserve.

North Sydney Head Coach Ben Gardiner has named his team to face Mt. Pritchard below.

The Intrust Super Match will be preceded by an under twelves intra-club development match between the "Larson" team and the "Moore" team.

Who will triumph? Get to Bear Park by 1:30 pm to find out.

Sunday Schedule:

1:30 pm Gates open
1:45 pm Under 12s Intra-Club Development Match Larson Vs Moore
3:00 pm Round 19 Intrust Super Premiership North Sydney Bears Vs Mt. Pritchard Mounties

NSW Rugby League Senior Representative Competition | Intrust Super Premiership Competition [Open Age]
Round Nineteen | North Sydney Vs Mt. Pritchard | North Sydney Oval | 3:00 pm | 16/07/2017


1 Eli Levido
2 Tautalatasi Tasi
3 Braidon Burns
4 Edward Murphy
5 Abbas Miski
6 Adam Doueihi
7 Luke Kelly
8 Fred Junior Mauala
9 Bradley Deitz
10 Dean Britt
11 Cameron Murray
12 Jack Gosiewski
13 Cheyne Whitelaw

Interchange
14 Piki Rogers
15 Clayton Williams
16 Brett Greinke
17 Tom Freebairn

Coach: Ben Gardiner
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 15, 2017 7:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Here's the table going into tomorrow's game. It takes account of today's two games, as well as the points for the four teams that had byes in Round 19. The only thing to be added are the results of Sunday's two games.

1. Wyong Roos 33 (+220)
2. New Zealand Warriors 27 (+114)
3. Penrith Panthers 23 (+163)
4. Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 22 (+32)
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5. Mounties 21 (-8)
6. Newcastle Knights 21 (-28)
7. Wentworthville Magpies 20 (+46)
8. North Sydney Bears 20 (-2)
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9. Illawarra 20 (-62)
10. Newtown Jets 15 (-121)
11. Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles 14 (-136)
12. Wests Tigers 12 (-218)

Moonbear wrote:
..... we can turn up and play "spot the former bear" with Mounties boasting quite a few.

I noticed four - Michael Oldfield, Jeff Lima (who I think played at least a couple of games for NS when he was with Souths), Scott Sorensen and Yileen Gorden who was the 2008 NS Supporters Player of the Year.
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 16, 2017 3:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

It doesn't sound like Triple H is covering the game - it's just playing music at the moment.

The NSWRL website has posted a team list with four changes to the squad of 17, plus some positional shifts - see summary at the bottom:

1 Eli Levido
2 Tautalatasi Tasi
18 Sitiveni Moceidreke (replacing 3 Braidon Burns)
4 Edward Murphy
5 Abbas Miski
6 Adam Doueihi
7 Luke Kelly
8 Fred Junior Mauala
14 Piki Rogers (swapping with 9 Bradley Deitz who goes to the bench)
19 Anthony Cherrington (replacing 10 Dean Britt)
16 Brett Greinke (replacing 11 Cameron Murray)
12 Jack Gosiewski
13 Cheyne Whitelaw

Interchange
9 Bradley Deitz
17 Tom Freebairn
20 Toby Rudolf
21 Patrice Siolo

Into Squad
18 Sitiveni Moceidreke
19 Anthony Cherrington
20 Toby Rudolf
21 Patrice Siolo

Out of Squad
3 Braidon Burns
10 Dean Britt
11 Cameron Murray
15 Clayton Williams
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 16, 2017 4:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Half time it's Mounties leading by four:

Mounties 16 (3 tries; 2 goals) lead
North Sydney Bears 12 (Tasi, Kelly tries; Levido 2 goals)

The tweets from https://twitter.com/NthSydneyBears have been:

4' R19 @IntrustSuperPrm
Try under posts for MOUNTIES
0-6 Bears V Mounties

15' R19 @IntrustSuperPrm
2nd try to MOUNTIES
0-10 Bears V Mounties

18' R19 @IntrustSuperPrm
Tasi try Levido kick successful
6-10 Bears V Mounties

25' R19 @IntrustSuperPrm
Mounties try in right corner is converted
6-16 Bears V Mounties

30' R19 @IntrustSuperPrm
Kelly try under Levido kick successful
12-16 Bears V Mounties

35' R19 @IntrustSuperPrm
Bears 40/20 almost gives the Bears a try.
12-16 Bears V Mounties

38' R19 @IntrustSuperPrm
Bears under pressure in their half but force error & get possession back.
12-16 Bears V Mounties

HALFTIME R19 @IntrustSuperPrm
12-16 Bears V Mounties
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 16, 2017 4:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Full time, after trailing since the fourth minute of the game, the Bears equalise at the death with an after the siren penalty goal.

North Sydney Bears 20 (Tasi, Kelly, Rudolf tries; Levido 3 goals) drew with
Mounties 20 (4 tries; 2 goals)

Thanks for all the tweets - it's good to have more than just the scores.

Second half tweets:

48' R19 @IntrustSuperPrm
From the kick & off a penalty BEARS almost score
12-16 Bears V Mounties

54' R19 @IntrustSuperPrm
Bruising defence by MOUNTIES & with possession a try & convert
12-20 Bears V Mounties

65' R19 @IntrustSuperPrm
Off the kick & penalty the BEARS mount an attack Rudolf scores Levido kicks
18-20 Bears V Mounties

67' R19 @IntrustSuperPrm
BEARS kicks R deep & high but result in no points
18-20 Bears V Mounties

73' R19 @IntrustSuperPrm
From the kick BEARS get penalty make way up field but lose possession
18-20 Bears V Mounties

77' R19 @IntrustSuperPrm
MOUNTIES attack BEARS line but are unsuccessful
18-20 Bears V Mounties

80' R19 @IntrustSuperPrm
Penalty to BEARS in MOUNTIES half Levido takes kick & and adds the 2
20-20 Bears V Mounties

FULLTIME R19 @IntrustSuperPrm
A Penalty kick to BEARS after the bell gives us the draw
20-20 Bears V Mounties
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 16, 2017 5:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The match report is on the NSWRL website.

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Dramatic Finish Ends In Bears-Mounties Draw
Adam Bagnall

Sun 16th July

The North Sydney Bears and Mounties have fought out an entertaining 20-all draw at North Sydney Oval in Round 19 of the Intrust Super Premiership NSW.

Mounties led for 79 minutes but a last-second penalty goal to Bears fullback Eli Levido secured a point for the home side.

A mistake from the kick-off gave the Bears a great opportunity to open the scoring, but Mounties held on as both sides fought for the ascendency of the match.

Levido put his foot over the touchline bringing the ball back and Mounties made them pay, Brent Naden going over under the posts in the fifth minute.

Mounties halfback Isaac John made no mistake and his side led 6-0.

A penalty from the opening tackle in the ensuing set marched Mounties downfield and a neat grubber forced a dropout as the visitors dominated the opening stages.

A mistake from Bears winger Tautalatasi Tasi just 30 metres out from his own line put the home side under more pressure.

Back to back penalties kept Mounties camped on the Bears' line and winger Alofi Mataele scored his side's second try in the 13th minute.

John's attempt hit the left upright and Mounties led 10-0.

Tasi made up for his earlier error, receiving a long ball with plenty of space, and he was good enough to find the line from 20 metres out to get the home side on the board after 19 minutes.

Levido made no mistake from out wide to make it 10-6.

The Bears were slowly working their way into the match after their earlier woes and forced a repeat set in the 23rd minute, but Mounties managed to hold on and they worked their way upfield and extended their lead.

After a long break by winger Mataele, Oldfield fooled everyone with a sneaky try in the corner to extend his side's lead.

John's conversion curled in from the sideline and Mounties led 16-6.

Mounties prop Liam Knight was put on report for an incident in the play-the-ball area when his side was on the attack and the Bears received the penalty and went on the attack from the halfway line.

A towering bomb was spilled by Mataele and the home side had a full set with around 10 minutes left in the half, trailing by 10 points and they managed a lucky try; the dreaded second kick struck again, allowing the Bears to edge closer to their opponents late in the half.

On the last tackle, the Bears shifted it right and put in a grubber but it ricocheted back into the arms of halfback Luke Kelly, and he put in a second kick and won the race to the loose ball for their second try.

Levido added the extras to make it 16-12 with eight minutes left in the first half.

A 40/20 gave the Bears a great attacking opportunity as the half wound down but the early kick went over the dead ball line, and Mounties survived, leading 16-12 at the break.

The sun was still high above the O'Reilly and Duncan Thompson stands when both teams resumed proceedings, Mounties enjoying a four-point advantage.

Mounties extended their lead when interchange Jack Nelson crossed out wide in the 53rd minute, John missed with his attempt but with just under half an hour remaining, they led 20-12.

After 62 minutes of play, Bears interchange Toby Rudolf ran into a hole down the left edge and raced over for a vital try to keep his side in the match. Levido converted to get the Bears closer, trailing 20-18.

Through Levido, however, the Bears kicked a penalty goal on the siren to make it 20-all.

North Sydney Bears 20 (T Tasi, L Kelly, T Rudolph tries; E Levido 4 goals) drew with Mounties 20 (B Naden, A Matale, M Oldfield, J Nelson tries; I John 2 goals)
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 17, 2017 9:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

It felt a lot like a win yesterday. Definitely a stolen point as the 4 tries to 3 would suggest. Some poor goal kicking from Mounties and a perfect 4 from 4 for Eli made the difference.

In the end it was a deserved reward for hanging in there and toughing it out. There's only 2 points between 4th place and 9th place on the ladder now so if the lads can string a few wins together it would give us a huge boost. Let's hope they're on song next Sunday against the Knights.
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 18, 2017 1:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Definitely our best attacking game. Threatened all game against a quality side with numerous NRL players.

We finally started to test opposition defenses with inside balls. And we had alot of movement from players without the ball giving the players with the ball time, space and options.
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