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PostPosted: Tue Apr 05, 2016 3:38 pm    Post subject: ISP, Round 6, Sun 10th April v NZ Warriors @ NSO @ 1PM Reply with quote

Round 6: Bears vs NZ Warriors
North Sydney Oval
Sun 10/04/2016
1PM
HashTag: #ISPBearsVsWarriors

The North Sydney Bears team to take on the New Zealand Warriors this Sunday at North Sydney Oval at 1pm is:

1. Sitiveni Modeidreke
2. Tautalatasi Tasi
3. Siosifa Talakai
4. Ed Murphy (c)
5. Dane Nielsen
6. Riley Travers
7. Eli Levido
8. Clayton Williams
9. Brad Dietz
10. FJ Muala
11. Jack Gosiewski
12. Patrice Siolo
13. Cheyne Whitelaw

Interchange:

14. Piki Rogers
15. Jack Siejka
16. Tulsa Saumamao
17. Brock Gray

Coach – Ben Gardiner
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NZ Warriors

1. Henare Wells
2. Ken Maumalo
3. David Fusitua
4. Matthew Allwood
5. Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad
6. Ata Hingano
7. Mason Lino
8. James Gavet
9. Erin Clark
10. Toafofoa Sipley
11. Shaun Lane
12. Ali Lauitiiti
13. John Palavi

Interchange:

14. Viliami Kaveinga
15. Ligi Sao
16. Sione Lousi
17. James Bell
18. Upu Poching
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Split Round (Part 2)

Feeder Clubs

Concord-Burwood Wolves v Blacktown Workers
Goddard Park, Sunday 10 April
2:00pm (local)
Referee: James Vella
Touch Judges: Kieren Irons, Andrew Wheeler

Concord-Burwood:

1 Alex Zarounas
2 Sam Latu
3 Scott Williams
4 Marvin Slavin
5 Sione Fulofuka
6 Blake Nichols
7 William Kelly
8 Tifa Iuta
9 Jackson Garlick
10 Inoke Vunipola
11 Kem Seru
12 Rodney Mason
13 Joe Flint
14 Tjaden Mclean
16 Tevita Vave
17 Brendon Tarrant
19 Fa’aoli Titie-Anetelea

Coach Nyke Aaron Zammit & Michael Habib


St Marys Saints v Asquith Magpies
St Marys Stadium, Sunday 10 April
3:00pm (local)
Referee: Todd Smith
Touch Judges: Tim Hannon, Ryan Walters

Asquith:

1 Alex Nicholls-O’Neil
2 Sam Buttel
3 Jeco Makatoa
4 Adam Kalcina
5 Ben Fisher
6 Bradley Wall
7 Aaron Groom
8 Alexander Mammone
9 Mark Daoud
10 Jordan Latham
11 Stedman Lefau
12 Morgan Stevens
13 Joel Latham
14 Abbas Miski
15 Taylor Mccann
16 Evan Lee
17 Philip Crosby

Coach Simon Clarke
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Broadcast: LIVE broadcast on Triple H FM

(Link available via www.triplehfm.com.au)
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 06, 2016 11:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Souths have named 19 players again this week, so with any luck the Goodwin injury was just a one week niggle. They play Friday night so with any luck we get two more players, although full credit to all our players so far.
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17. Brock Gray is named to play for Souths NYC tonight to replace Toby Rudolf
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 10, 2016 1:05 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

HashTag: #ISPBearsVsWarriors

More info here http://nrluniverse.com/north-sydney-bears/

Intrust Super Premiership NSW
Rd 6
Simon Masterton

North Sydney Bears v New Zealand Warriors
Back to Bear Park
North Sydney Oval, Sunday 10 April
1:00pm
Listen LIVE via Triple H FM on 100.1 FM or at http://www.triplehfm.com.au

North Sydney Oval is all set for a homecoming on Sunday afternoon, when the Bears return to their traditional playing surface for the first time this year to take on the Warriors. With big plans for the Bears’ home fixtures in season 2016, it is sure to be a fun-filled atmosphere – and there will be pressure on the home side to deliver come kick-off time at 1pm.

The fifth-placed Bears have been neither here nor there this season, but a big focus on closing out games paid dividends in their Round 5 match against the Knights; with 10 points apiece at the half-time break, the North Sydney side managed to grind out a victory in what coach Ben Gardiner admits was a messy affair at T G Millner Field.

“It wasn’t a pretty win, it wasn’t a pretty game, either,” Gardiner told NSWRL.com.au. “There were a lot of errors in it and all of that sort of stuff, but sometimes if you can win ugly that’s a boost for the team.”

“We’ve had some problems finishing second halves and closing out games in the first four rounds. It’s not so much that we ran away with it or anything like that, it was more that we were able to grind away with our style of footy and just get the win.”

While the ladder shows North Sydney to be the third-best defensive side in the competition, it also shows that their Round 6 opponents have scored 18 more points than them to date – and Gardiner maintains that his side’s defensive efforts will be key to taking out this game.

“We’re going to have to focus on getting our defensive game right,” Gardiner put simply. “I think last week we did a step in the right direction with our defensive game – particularly considering some of the poorer efforts we’ve had with defence earlier in the year – but I think that this is going to be one of our biggest challenges.

“Not only is this side a side that can move the ball around, they’ve got the power to run hard through the middle, they’ve also got some great offloading players as well. They have some real attacking brilliance that we’re going to need to do a really good job at defensively together as a team.”

Named as 18th man in the Rabbitohs’ NRL squad, there is also the chance that the Bears will welcome back second-rower Paul Carter – who has made the fourth-most tackles for South Sydney from just four appearances and who was vital to North Sydney’s victory last week. Carter’s possible inclusion could also provide a significant boost to the Bears’ defence against the Warriors on Sunday.
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19. Michael Oldfield
2. Tautalatasi Tasi
3. Siosifa Talakai
4. Ed Murphy (c)
5. Dane Nielsen
6. Riley Travers
7. Eli Levido
8. Clayton Williams
14. Piki Rogers
15. Jack Siejka
11. Jack Gosiewski
12. Patrice Siolo
13. Cheyne Whitelaw

Interchange:

1. Sitiveni Modeidreke
9. Brad Dietz
10. FJ Muala
16. Tulsa Saumamao
20. Tom Hughes
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 10, 2016 1:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks for the updated team list. I've been listening to Triple H on line since 12:30PM with no problems, but the stream dropped out at 12:56 - I assume the link to the commentary box isn't working. :-(
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 10, 2016 1:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The stream is back but it's just music.
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 10, 2016 1:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hooray, it's on (1:11PM) don't know if the game has started but commentator Tony Dosen mentioned that they've had technical difficulties.

Six minutes gone as they start the commentary.
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 10, 2016 1:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Unfortunately the stream dropped out again at about the 25 minute mark. I see from the NS twitter site https://twitter.com/NthSydneyBears that NZW is leading 8-0 at half time.

My notes:

One change to North Sydney's squad - Brock Gray (no. 17) replaced by Michael Oldfield (no. 19) Gray played for South Sydney's U20s. However, there are three changes to the starting side - Oldfield goes into the starting side in place of Sitiveni Moceidreke (no. 1), Piki Rogers (no. 14) in for Brad Dietz (no. 9), and Jack Seijka (no. 15) in for FJ Muala (no. 10). Tom Hughes (no. 20) is added to the bench. (Thanks to Serendipity for this info.)

The commentary started late due to technical difficulties.

1:15PM (9 mins gone). Rogers almost scores from a dummy half run but knocks on over the line. The commentators praise the NZW defence for keeping the Bears out for three straight sets (including from a couple of penalties in their own quarter).

1:17PM Try to NZW after going the length of the field in just one set and running on the last. NS defenders were looking for the kick. Conversion attempt hits the cross bar. NZW 4-0.

1:22PM NS runs it on the last and Tasi makes a dangerous run, chips towards the in goal, fielded by NZW a metre out but the NS chasers get penalised for being offside. NZ move the ball up quickly into NS's quarter and get a last tackle penalty for holding on to remain on the attack. NS's defence holds, but Oldfield knocks on the grubber kick for NZW to get a scrum. Second try to NZW, in the corner after 25 mins. Conversion attempt is unsuccessful. NZW 8-0.

1:30PM Commentary drops out.

Half Time
New Zealand Warriors 8 (2 tries; 0 goals from 2 attempts) lead
North Sydney Bears 0


Tweets
1:15PM 13m T: Warriors | @NthSydneyBears 0 Vs @NZWarriors 4
1:23PM 21m T: Warriors | @NthSydneyBears 0 Vs @NZWarriors 8
1:44PM HT @NthSydneyBears 0 Vs @NZWarriors 8
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 10, 2016 2:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The Triple H commentary didn't come back in the second half, not online anyway. The second half tweets:

1:59PM 43m T&C: Warriors @NthSydneyBears 0 Vs @NZWarriors 14
2:04PM 47m T&C: Warriors@NthSydneyBears 0 Vs @NZWarriors 20
2:25PM 68m T: Nielsen C: Levido | @NthSydneyBears 6 Vs @NZWarriors 20
2:28PM 70m T: Deitz C: Levido | @NthSydneyBears 12 Vs @NZWarriors 20
2:31PM 74m T&C: Warriors | @NthSydneyBears 12 Vs @NZWarriors 26
2:39PM 80m T&C: Warriors | @NthSydneyBears 12 Vs @NZWarriors 30 (maybe just a try if the score only went up by four)
2:39PM Full time @NthSydneyBears 12 Vs @NZWarriors 30

Full Time
New Zealand Warriors 30 (6 tries; 3 goals) df
North Sydney Bears 12 (Dane Nielsen, Brad Dietz tries; Eli Levido 2 goals)

Table
10 Mounties
9 Newtown Jets
8 Wentworthville Magpies (+50)
8 Illawarra Cutters (+35)
6 Penrith Panthers (+36)
6 New Zealand Warriors (+16)
6 North Sydney Bears (-10)
6 Wests Tigers (-13)
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6 Wyong Roos (-20)
4 Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles
2 Newcastle Knights
1 Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs
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http://www.warriors.kiwi/news/2016/04/10/second_away_win_of.html
Second away win of season
Richard Becht
Sun 10th April, 04:56PM

A six-try 30-12 win over North Sydney has lifted the Vodafone Warriors from ninth to sixth on the ladder after today’s Intrust Super Premiership at Bear Park in Sydney.

It was the Stacey Jones-coached side’s third win so far and the second on the road after a schedule which has seen the Vodafone Warriors saddled with four away games in the first six weeks of the season.

Heading into the match the Vodafone Warriors were sitting ninth on four points while the Bears were fifth after winning three games.

A rock solid first half defensive effort paved the way for the success, the Vodafone Warriors keeping the home side scoreless while fashioning tries for centre Matt Allwood and wing Ken Maumalo for an 8-0 lead. Maumalo’s try was his seventh in five starts this year while Allwood’s was his fourth in five games.

Having set the tone, the Vodafone Warriors continued in the same vein for much of the second half.

They exploded out of the gates with a try to wing Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad before Ligi Sao, making his return from injury, charged down a kick and flick passed to speedy fullback Henare Wells to run 60 metres for his first try for the club. Halfback Mason Lino converted both to have his side in control at 20-0.

There the margin remained for much of the second spell as the Vodafone Warriors set about defending their lead.

Then, with only 12 minutes left, the Bears struck with back-to-back tries in the space of two minutes, turning on some razzle dazzle for former Vodafone Warrior Dane Nielsen to score the first and then going the length of the field for a Brad Deitz try.

The Vodafone Warriors’ lead had suddenly been slashed to eight points with 10 minutes to play but they steadied with a 74th minute try to standoff Ata Hingano and another at the death for interchange wing Viliami Kaveinga to finish with an 18-point winning margin.

With Penrith winning the other match played today, it meant the Panthers moved up to fifth on six points, the Vodafone Warriors sixth on points for an against.

After such a demanding travel schedule, the Vodafone Warriors are home again at last next Saturday when they meet 11th-placed Newcastle on Mount Smart Stadium #2.

Match details | Bear Park, North Sydney

North Sydney Bears 12 (Dane Nielsen, Brad Deitz tries; Eli Levido 2 conversions).

Vodafone Warriors 30 (Matt Allwood, Ken Maumalo, Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad, Henare Wells, Ata Hingano, Viliami Kaveinga tries; Mason Lino 3 conversions).

Halftime: 8-0 Vodafone Warriors.

Referee: Jon Stone.

Vodafone Warriors - Coach: Stacey Jones

1. Henare Wells
2. Ken Maumalo
3. David Fusitu’a
4. Matthew Allwood
5. Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad
6. Ata Hingano
7. Mason Lino
8. James Gavet
21. Jazz Tevaga
10. Toafofoa Sipley
11. Shaun Lane
13. John Palavi (c)
15. Ligi Sao

Interchange:

9. Erin Clark
14. Viliami Kaveinga
16. Sione Lousi
17. James Bell
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ISP Report: North Sydney v NZ Warriors
Worry-Free Warriors
Matt Buxton (Twitter: @mattbuxton22)
Sun 10th April, 03:15PM

The visitors were impressive in scorching conditions today at North Sydney Oval.

Shaun Lane donned the New Zealand Warriors jersey for the first time at North Sydney Oval, and played an instrumental role in their 30-12 victory over the North Sydney Bears.

An 8-0 score-line at half-time perfectly represented a tough defensive contest, but the Warriors blew the game out of the park in the early stages of the second half with two quick tries, something the Bears could not recover from.

Mason Lino and Ata Hingano worked beautifully off the back of a dominant Warriors’ forward pack, while any chance at a Bears comeback was sparked by two outstanding plays by speedster fullback Michael Oldfield.

The Bears goal-line defence was tested early with Hingano and Lino forced two consecutive dropouts with classy grubbers, but the possession did not convert to points.

After a short defensive stint of their own, the Warriors eventually opened the scoring through Matthew Allwood, who reached over the line at full stretch to evade Oldfield and skilfully plant the ball down.

The Bears faced immense defensive pressure in the opening 20 minutes and were withstanding successfully, until a classy back-line movement by the Warriors caught them undone, with Ken Maumalo going over untouched to increase their lead to 8-0.

A tough second quarter of the game saw no points, with both sides aiming up in defence and forcing too many errors for either coaches liking. Consequently, the score remained 8-0 heading into half-time.

Immediately after the break, the Bears made an error that gifted the visitor’s immediate field position. It took another swift back-line movement – this time right-to-left – to again crack the Bears’ defence through Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad.

Lino saved his first conversion of the afternoon with the kick from the most difficult spot with the toughest angle that increased the Warriors lead to 14-0.

Eli Levido had a kick charged-down by Ligi Sao as the Bears forced their way into the Warriors half, which led to a re-gather and offload to a charging Henare Wells, who broke away with his blistering speed to score.

Oldfield displayed a combination of fancy footwork and slick hands to set up the Bears first try, and what was the try of the afternoon. Oldfield darted down the left sideline, danced around the winger, cut-through another and threw an incredible offload for Dane Nielsen to run away and score under the posts.

Off the kick-off set, Oldfield was at it again and his individual brilliance had the North Sydney locals on their feet. He showed incredible skill and pace broke through the defensive line once again, eventually passed to Siosifa Talakai, who ran away and gave it off for Brad Dietz to decrease the deficit to 20-12.

The comeback looked on, until a Bears pass off the kick-off set found the turf, and Warriors five-eighth Ata Hingano put it on his boot multiple times towards the line, and eventually picked it up to score.

Viliami Kaveinga eventually put the final nail in the coffin, completing a dominant Warriors performance in their second consecutive week away from home.
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