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PostPosted: Fri May 13, 2016 4:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

PREVIEWS | Intrust Super Premiership NSW Rd 10
Simon Masterton
Fri 13th May, 03:30PM

North Sydney Bears (8th) v Manly Sea Eagles (10th)
North Sydney Oval, Sunday 15 May
3pm
LIVE Broadcast by Triple H (100.1FM)

North Sydney face of with Manly at North Sydney Oval this Sunday, in a big day of Rugby League featuring a hotly-contested Kick For Cash competition. It is two competition points, however, not $10,000, that is on the line for both teams – and bragging rights over their arch rivals.

Despite their lower position on the ladder, Manly must head into this as favourites based on recent form; they’ve posted 40, 36 and 42 points against Wyong, Mounties and Illawarra respectively, who are all in the top half of the ladder. Their second halves in particular have been promising, almost delivering a remarkable comeback over Mounties back in Round 7. Their weakness, of course, is without the ball – the Sea Eagles are the poorest defensive side so far in 2016.

A one-point win over the winless Bulldogs in Round 8 is the only victory the Bears have earned since Round 5 and without defensive standout Cheyne Whitelaw they will need to turn things around quickly. Consistency, as always, will remain the focus for coach Ben Gardiner.

Ins and Outs:

Latrell Schaumkel progresses from Ron Massey Cup to play for the Bears, along with Tevita Coterell, Fred Junior Mauala, Winstone Asotasi and Tulso Saumamao. They come in for Michael Oldfield, Jason Clark, Jack Gosiewski, Jordan Latham and Cheyne Whitelaw, who unfortunately is out for the season.

Manly will be boosted by the return of Jamie Buhrer, along with Harlan Collins, Daniel Vasek, Josh Martin and Heath Gray. They lose Brad Parker, Feleti Mateo, Blake Leary, Moses McGreal and Rhys Armstrong this week.
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PostPosted: Fri May 13, 2016 4:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

http://www.rabbitohs.com.au/news/2016/05/13/traditional_clash_to.html
Traditional Clash to Rock North Sydney Oval
Fri 13th May, 07:30AM



One of The Intrust Super Premiership’s fiercest rivalries will be renewed this Sunday at North Sydney Oval, when the North Sydney Bears take on north-side rivals, the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles in what promises to be a classic encounter.

Now the Rabbitohs feeder team at the game’s second tier level, the Bears are a proud Foundation Club, formed in 1908 alongside South Sydney and enjoy a long tradition of success at North Sydney Oval. For current Bears coach and his men, this Sunday’s clash against the Sea Eagles will be another chapter in a long and illustrious rivalry both on and off the field.

“It’s one of the game’s great rivalries obviously because of their proximity geographically, but there’s just so much history as well,” said Gardiner.

“There’s the Northern Eagles merger that didn’t last that ultimately meant that the Bears identity went missing for a time. Since then, we’ve built back up and we now play a significant role in South Sydney’s structures in the NSW Cup – or ISP as it’s now known.

“Because of the rivalry though, this weekend shapes as a huge game for us, the Club and fans alike.

“One of the things I really emphasise with our group is that we respect our history and we build to the future, so we all know that history, the players buy into it and are ready for a great game of footy.”

Gardiner urged as many Rabbitohs Members and supporters to head out to North Sydney Oval to experience watching a game at one of the code’s oldest serving venues, and with activations aplenty taking place around the footy, there’s plenty of reasons to be there and cheer on the boys.

“There’ll be rides, extra food stands, and a massive kick for cash,” said Gardiner.

“Someone’s going to be given the chance to kick for $10,000 on Sunday. That went off last year so it’s a great opportunity for fans to get involved and watch a great game of footy in the process.

“We’d love to see as many people as possible out there on Sunday to cheer on the boys and really see what we’ve been doing.

“It’s a special ground to be playing at and a real experience.”

The North Sydney Bears will take on the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles this Sunday at North Sydney Oval, with kick-off slated for 3pm.
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PostPosted: Sat May 14, 2016 9:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Good luck tomorrow Bears and looking forward to reading the match reports. Unfortunately I will be away.
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PostPosted: Sun May 15, 2016 9:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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PostPosted: Sun May 15, 2016 1:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm lined up to listen on Triple H - hopefully the station will have sorted out the problems that plagued the last internet broadcast of theirs that I listened to (the Round 6 game v NZ Warriors).

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11:30am Under 17s: Northern Sydney Barbarians Vs Harbord United Devils

Harbord United Devils is in the MW Junior League but who are the Northern Sydney Barbarians? I found a rugby club called Northern Barbarians www.northernbarbariansrugby.com.au.
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PostPosted: Sun May 15, 2016 3:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Fintan O'Laighin wrote:
I'm lined up to listen on Triple H - hopefully the station will have sorted out the problems that plagued the last internet broadcast of theirs that I listened to (the Round 6 game v NZ Warriors).

Unfortunately not. The -pre-match commentary started with the studio music still playing, occasionally drowning it out; five minutes later, the commentary that they've already said is looping, so the live commentary is accompanied by what they said a few minutes earlier. It's a bit of a cacophony.
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PostPosted: Sun May 15, 2016 3:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The commentary glitch has been sorted out, just as Eli Levido misses his attempt to convert the second try. NS 10-0.
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PostPosted: Sun May 15, 2016 3:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

NS got off to a quick start with two quick tries, but from the commentary, it seems that is our defence that is dominating today. I've heard all 13 starting players called, plus Jack Seijka from the bench.

The tweets from NthSydneyBears and TripleH League are below (paired according to the scoring). There is a disagreement over who scored the first try. Also, while there was no tweet about it, the commentators said at one stage Tasi tried to pack into the Manly scrum.

3:07PM 3m R10 T: Tasi C: Levido | @NthSydneyBears 6 Vs @SeaEagles 0
3:07PM Try to @NthSydneyBears Abbas Miski, conversion successful from the sideline, 6-0 3 min gone

3:14PM 11m R10 #IntrustSuperPremiership | T: Cottrell | @NthSydneyBears 10 Vs @SeaEagles 0
3:13PM Try to @NthSydneyBears conversion unsuccessful, 10-0, 11 mins gone 1st half

3:35PM 27m R10 #IntrustSuperPremiership | P: Levido | @NthSydneyBears 12 Vs @SeaEagles 0
3:33PM Penalty goal to @NthSydneyBears 12-0 14 mins to half time

Half time
North Sydney Bears 12 (Tasi or Miski, Cottrell tries; Levido 2 goals from 3 attempts) lead
Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 0

As the commentary feed just drops out during the half time break.
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PostPosted: Sun May 15, 2016 4:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

No second half commentary on the internet, but it sounded pretty exciting from the tweets. A 23-22 win to the Bears! No final score tweet from the Bears yet, but I can understand why.

4:03PM HT R10 @NthSydneyBears 12 Vs @SeaEagles 0

4:05PM 43m R10 T&C: Manly | @NthSydneyBears 12 Vs @SeaEagles 6
4:05PM Try to @SeaEagles Ben Fritz, conversion successful 6-12, 4 mins gone 2nd half

4:14PM 55m R10 T: Hughes | @NthSydneyBears 16 Vs @SeaEagles 6
4:14PM Try to @NthSydneyBears Tom Hughes, conversion unsuccessful 16-6, 12 gone 2nd half

4:19PM Try to @SeaEagles Harlan Collins, conversion successful 12-16, 17 mins gone 2nd half
4:22PM 56m R10 T&C: Manly | @NthSydneyBears 16 Vs @SeaEagles 12

4:27PM 63m R10 T&C: Manly | @NthSydneyBears 16 Vs @SeaEagles 18
4:28PM Try to @SeaEagles Ben Fritz, that's a double,conversion successful from the sideline,they take the lead 18-16,16 to FT

4:33PM 68m R10 | T: Syme C: Levido | @NthSydneyBears 22 Vs @SeaEagles 18
4:30PM Try to @NthSydneyBears Eden Syme, conversion successful, they take the lead right back 22-18, 12 to FT

4:36PM 75m R10 T: Manly | @NthSydneyBears 22 Vs @SeaEagles 22
4:37PM Try to @SeaEagles Harlan Collins, conversion unsuccessful 22all, 5 to FT

4:43PM 79m R10 FG: Levido | @NthSydneyBears 23 Vs @SeaEagles 22
4:43PM Field goal @NthSydneyBears Eli Levido 23-22!

4:48PM That's full time here at Bear Park @NthSydneyBears 23 @SeaEagles 22. What a finish!

Full Time
North Sydney Bears 23 (Tasi or Miski, Cottrell, Hughes, Syme tries; Levido 3 goals from 4 attempts; not stated 0 goals from 1 attempt; Levido field goal) df
Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 22 (4 tries; 3 goals)
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PostPosted: Sun May 15, 2016 4:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The final score tweet from the Bears:

4:53PM FT R10 @NthSydneyBears 23 Vs @SeaEagles 22

The win lifts us to seventh. Had we lost by 13, we would have dropped out of the eight for the first time this season.
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Just on train home to central coast now...thanking my lucky stars i decided to make the trip...a day when you truly say to yourself...its GREAT TO BE A BEAR!.. the boys just never clocked off today..credit to all involved...we were hammered in penalties after half time but we never lost belief..there was zero Nrl experience out there today wearing red and black but you wouldn't know it watching the cohesion and second efforts our boys came up with...Stand aside Intrust SuperCup...Stand Aside ☺☺☺
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PostPosted: Sun May 15, 2016 9:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

http://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2016/05/15/isp_nsw_report_north.html
ISP NSW Report: North Sydney v Manly
Matt Buxton
Sun 15th May, 05:00PM


CLUTCH: Eli Levido sunk the Sea Eagles' hearts with a buzzer beating field goal. Photographer - Paul Barkley

An Eli Levido field goal on the full-time siren handed the North Sydney Bears a dramatic 23-22 victory, against their archrivals, the Manly Sea Eagles, at North Sydney Oval.

It was an game that saw next to nothing happen in the opening 50 minutes, but that all changed with Tom Hughes scoring one of the tries of the year, followed by the teams going try-to-try until the clutch field-goal at the end of the match.

The Bears completely dominated the battle of field position in the early stages of the game, and were rewarded with a try to Abbas Miski, who finished off a beautiful set piece off the scrum.

A wonderful ball by Eli Levido towards the opposite sideline created an opportunity for Tevita Coterell, who made no mistake in planting the ball down and increasing their lead to 10-0.

The Sea Eagles notched up their first try of the game early in the second half when James Tuitahi made a dart down the right sideline, threw a hail-mary pass that hit the turf and was scooped up by a runaway Ben Fritz, who evaded various defenders to find the line.

In what could be described as a relatively dour opening 50 minutes to the game, Bears’ winger Tom Hughes put the North Sydney locals on the feet with a marvellous effort. As he charged for the corner, he spectacularly jumped, twisted and turned; somehow planting the ball in the process and increasing their lead to 16-6.

Dylan Kelly put his mark on the match by bursting through the line shortly afterwards, then passing the ball for an unmarked Harlan Collins to run away and score.

It seemed that Hughes had done it again in the 60th minute, but lighting never strikes twice in the same spot, with the touch judge ruling him to have stepped out in the process of scoring.

Almost immediately afterwards, the Sea Eagles marched up-field with the assistance of a penalty, and it was Fritz’s turn to athletically dive in the corner to score an incredible try.

Hugh Pratt’s sideline conversion was good, which meant the Sea Eagles led for the first time in the match 18-16.

That lead was short-lived however, as the Bears gained field position thanks to a Liam Knight error, only for interchange forward Eden Syme to barge his way through a hole to score.

Back-to-back penalties gave the Sea Eagles another chance to score, and that is exactly what they did through Collins, who showed tremendous strength to score his second try and lock the scores up at 22-all.

With less than 10 seconds remaining, Eli Levido lined up for a field goal, and with the sound of the siren in the background, he snapped the 35-metre victory-clinching point, handing the Bears a dramatic victory.
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PostPosted: Mon May 16, 2016 10:08 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Talking Points
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Mon 16th May, 07:00AM

Levido Clutch
The score was 22-all with less than 10 seconds remaining on the clock. Eli Levido was 35-metres out, lining up for the all-important shot. He had one chance, and with the pressure on, calmly slotted the match-winner with the sound of the siren going off in the background. What a play.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aSTrijNe45g
North Sydney Bears Victory Song After 1 point win over Manly round 10 Intrust Super Premiership
Published on May 15, 2016

Sunday 15 May 2016 the North Sydney Bears have a way too exciting win over arch rivals Manly-Warringah Seaeagles via a field goal in the final minute kicked by Eli Levido under pressure,
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