ISP, Rd 21, Sun 31 July v Wyong Roos @ Morry Breen Oval 3PM
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 26, 2016 6:03 am    Post subject: ISP, Rd 21, Sun 31 July v Wyong Roos @ Morry Breen Oval 3PM Reply with quote

Round 21
North Sydney Bears vs Wyong Roos
Morry Breen Oval
Sun 31 July
3:00 PM
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 26, 2016 8:50 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

This week both the Souths and Norths games are on Sunday. U20s are Live on FS1 at 11.30am & NRL Live on FS1 at 2pm. Norths game is at 3pm.
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 26, 2016 1:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Serendipity wrote:
This week both the Souths and Norths games are on Sunday.

This one is probably a bit difficult to avoid given that Wyong generally plays its home games at 3PM on Sunday and the NRL fixtures are determined by television scheduling.

However, North Sydney, the NSWRL and the NRL could do a lot better in co-ordinating games. Six NRL sides also field teams in the NSW Cup - Canterbury, Manly, New Zealand, Newcastle, Penrith and Wests Tigers. When did NS last play an away game against one of these teams in a curtain-raiser to an NRL game involving Souths? Earlier this year, Canberra's feeder team, Mounties, played NS in Canberra, but the NRL game was Canberra v Gold Coast. How hard can it be to adjust the draw so that when a NSW Cup game is played as curtain raiser to an NRL game, then the same clubs (or their feeder teams) play in both NRL and NSW Cup. It's not as if the NSW Cup draw follows any particular pattern - it used to be that you'd play every team once before going around again, but that practice disappeared years ago. This season, NS played Newcastle in rounds 1 & 5, but we play Newtown in rounds 19 & 24. I think the last time I saw NS play before our NRL affiliate was in 2007 when we with Melbourne Storm, but I've attended a few NRL games since then, watching clubs that I'm not particularly interested in.
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 26, 2016 4:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

North Sydney Bears

1. Latrell Schaumkel
2. Latrell Robinson
3. Dane Nielsen
4. Ed Murphy (c)
5. Abbas Miski
6. Sitiveni Moceidreke
7. Eli Levido
8. Logan Houghton
9. Brad Deitz (c)
10. Fred Junior Mauala
11. Tautalatasi Tasi
12. Patrice Siolo
13. Clayton Williams

Interchange:

14. Piki Rogers
15. Tulsa Saumamao
16. Jamel Hunt
17. Jack Siejka
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 26, 2016 6:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Live Match Centre
http://live.nswrl.com.au/match/197/5751118535039e6446931df8

Wyong Roos

1. Dominic REARDON
2. Abraham PAPALII
3. Luke GARNER
4. C. CENTRONE
5. Omar SLAIMANKHEL
6. Joey LUSSICK
7. Tyler CORNISH
8. Jake LEWIS
9. Mitchell WILLIAMS
10. Eloni VUNAKECE
12. Christopher SMITH
11. Mitchell FREI
13. Zane TETEVANO

Interchange:

14. Brock MOLAN
16. Justin TOOMEY-WHITE
17. Carne DOYLE-MANGA
18. Jai INGRAM
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 26, 2016 8:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Great to have Tautalatasi Tasi back in the side!

Michael Oldfield and Zane Musgrove were called up into Souths starting side, and Jack Gosiewski onto an extended 20-person bench. All big losses. Hopefully Souths trim their bench before game day.

Souths winger Joe Burgess not named in their 20 so may drop back to the Bears?
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 27, 2016 7:03 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Had this one circled in the calendar all year....great to have a "home" game for us Central Coast Bears Smile ....bring on kickoff...Stand Aside! Dancing
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 29, 2016 1:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Wyong Roos v North Sydney Bears
Morrie Breen Oval, Sunday 31 July
3pm

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Sunday's sole Intrust Super Premiership NSW fixture sees the seventh-placed Roos host the eighth-placed Bears.

The home side possesses a number of players to watch – including Omar Slaimankhel and Mitch Williams – but the Bears too have plenty of firepower.

With ninth-placed Wentworthville breathing down both teams' necks, this is a crucial clash with the finals just around the corner.


Game Day Match Centre & Wyong v North Sydney team lists
http://live.nswrl.com.au/match/197/5751118535039e6446931df8
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 31, 2016 2:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Some team changes according to the Match Centre:

In
19. Joe Burgess (fullback)
20. Cameron Murray (second row)

Changes
1. Latrell Schaumkel (fullback to bench)
10. Fred Junior Mauala (prop to bench)
17. Jack Siejka (bench to prop)

Out
11. Tautalatasi Tasi
15. Tulsa Saumamao

Damian Cook and Jack Gosiewski are both playing for Souths this afternoon.

The game is being covered on twitter by both North Sydney https://twitter.com/NthSydneyBears and Wyong https://twitter.com/wyongroos.
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 31, 2016 3:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Here are the twitter updates from both clubs (noting that Wyong only posted the half time score). The live streaming is pretty good, but its clock is all over the place.

There might be a few changes next week - South Sydney has just been belted by Canberra by 50pts.

3:05 NSB: 2m || @NthSydneyBears 0 - 2 @wyongroos
3:11 NSB: 8m || Try Burgess || @NthSydneyBears 4 - 2 @wyongroos
3:30 NSB: 23min || Try! D. Nielsen || @NthSydneyBears 10 - 2 @wyongroos
3:44 NSB: HT || @NthSydneyBears 20-2 || T: Burgess x3, Nielsen || G: Levido 2
3:48 WR: HT | @IntrustSuperPrm @NthSydneyBears lead 20-2

Live streaming
37m Wyong 2-0: Penalty goal Tyler CORNISH
8m NSB 4-2: Try Joe BURGESS
9m NSB 6-2: Conversion Eli LEVIDO (after Burgess's second try, this changed to 15m)
16m NSB 10-2: Try Dane NIELSEN
11m NSB 14-2: Try Joe BURGESS
5m NSB 18-2: Try Joe BURGESS
4m NSB 20-2: Conversion Eli LEVIDO

Interchange
27m ON Fred MAUALA / OFF Logan HOUGHTON
28m ON Jamel HUNT / OFF Jack SIEJKA

Half time
North Sydney Bears 20 (Burgess 3, Nielsen tries; Levido 2 goals from 4 attempts) lead
Wyong Roos 2 (1 goal)
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 31, 2016 4:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

A great win to the Bears - Wyong got a couple of late tries with a couple of Bears in the bin. The Match Centre has got to do something about its clock.

Tweets stopped midway through the half for some reason. The win lifts the Bears to 7th; still an outside (but unlikely) chance of top 4, and with a four point buffer over 9th.

4:12 NSB: 54min || Try! L. Robinson || Goal Levido || @NthSydneyBears 26-2
4:16 NSB: 59min || Try! B. Deitz || Goal Levido || @NthSydneyBears 32-2

66m NSB 24-2: Try Latrell ROBINSON
65m NSB 26-2: Conversion Eli LEVIDO
61m NSB 30-2: Try Bradley DEITZ
61m NSB 32-2: Conversion Eli LEVIDO
57m NSB: 32-6: Try Mitchell FREI
43m NSB: 32-10: Try Jai INGRAM

Interchange
48m ON Piki ROGERS / OFF Jamel HUNT
51m ON Jack SIEJKA / OFF Clayton WILLIAMS
61m ON Logan HOUGHTON / OFF Fred MAUALA
69m OFF Brad DEITZ - Sin bin
71m OFF Jack SIEJKA - Sin bin
73m ON Clayton WILLIAMS / OFF Logan HOUGHTON
74m ON Latrell SCHAUMKEL / OFF Abbas MISKI

Full time
North Sydney Bears 32 (Joe Burgess 3, Dane Nielsen, Latrell Robinson, Bradley Deitz tries; Eli Levido 4 goals from 6 attempts) df
Wyong Roos 10 (2 tries; 1 goal)
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 31, 2016 5:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Burgess Haunts His Old Club
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Sun 31st July, 05:15PM


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A first half half hat-trick by Joe Burgess set up a 34-10 victory for the Bears over Wyong Roos at Morrie Breen Oval.

Both teams had eight wins a piece heading into this round and a victory today was important for their semi final aspirations.

It was Wyong who would take the early lead with a successful Tyler Cornish penalty kick. That goal would be the only joy Roos fans would have as the Bears stuck their claws in.

Abbas Miski almost got over the line for the Bears, but on the next play winger Joe Burgess scored in the left corner to open the account for the Bears.

Norths went on the attack again and looked like scoring until Omar Slaimankhel intercepted and ran 80 metres until Eli Levido ran him down in a tackle that would have made Scott Sattler proud.

There were some physical collisions throughout the first half, with Joseph Manu coming off second best making a tackle, but the young centre recovered to pick up a loose ball and earn his side a penalty. The game was held up again for a few minutes whilst Jack Siejka got some running repairs, sporting a nice bandage across his face.

Dane Neilson showed his class drawing his man, before backing up on the inside to score a good Bears try. Levido added the extras for the Bears to lead 10-2 after 27 minutes.

North Sydney were well on top making strong metres up the middle, which allowed the backs plenty of room on the edges. A nicely weighted cross kick from Levido was marked by Burgess in the corner for the Englishman's second of the day.

Wyong came back and attacked the Bears try line but again they came up empty handed. The Bears got themselves out of trouble and Burgess made his old team mates pay, charging through the line to dash 60 metres for his hat trick. Levido added the extras and it was 20 points to 2 at half time.

Wyong were literally running up hill the second half, three converted tries behind the Bears and Morrie Breen Oval slopes from north to south made the job hard. The Roos had the majority of the ball early in the second half, but could not convert into points. It was a different story for North's though, scoring their fifth try thanks to Latrell Robinson backing up Sitveni Moceidreke to score right in front. Levido converted the try and the Bears led 26-2 after 55 minutes.

Frustration was creeping into the Roos game. Falling off tackles and poor discipline was inviting the Bears to build up their tally. Bears skipper Brad Deitz darted over from dummy half and Levido converted to make it 32-2. For and Against was becoming an issue for the Roos and they needed to stop the flow of points or score some. Mitchell Frei did that by scoring the Roos first try of the day.

Tensions boiled over 10 minutes out from full time with both teams getting up close and personal with a bit of push and shove. Referee Mr. Cassidy was in the thick of it and gave Wyong's Dom Reardon and Bears Brad Deitz a 10-minute rest in the sin bin.

Things were still heated out in the middle and moments later the Bears were reduced to 11 men when Jack Siejka was sent to the bin.

As the game went into the final minutes, Levido added an extra two points to make it 34-6, then Jai Ingram scored for the Roos near full time to finish up proceedings at 34-10.

It was a strong effort by all wearing the red, black and white of North Sydney and that win will no doubt give them confidence heading into the final rounds.
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 31, 2016 7:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks for posting this Serendipity

Paul Arandale wrote:
Norths went on the attack again and looked like scoring until Omar Slaimankhel intercepted and ran 80 metres until Eli Levido ran him down in a tackle that would have made Scott Sattler proud.

This sounds like the play of the day.

Paul Arandale wrote:
As the game went into the final minutes, Levido added an extra two points to make it 34-6, then Jai Ingram scored for the Roos near full time to finish up proceedings at 34-10.

No mention of this penalty goal on the Match Centre which still lists the final score as 32-10 to NS.
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 01, 2016 7:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Awesome afternoon at Morry Breen...and the best 80 minutes the Bears have put together in 2016...the clock-off's that have unfortunately appeared at times this year was nowhere to be seen. The boys were hungry and I think some sting from that hiding they gave us at Bear Park in rain was evident.


Obvious first half standout was Joe Burgess...that's the way to bring back a players confidence...make him Wear The Bear! Great effort JB. Clayton Williams again outstanding in the middle, and liked the look of Logan Houghton had not seen him before, good feet for a big man and nice offload in him.

Brad Deitz brilliant, his service from dummy half as good as I've seen...and special mention to Eli Levido for the chase on a flying Omar Slaimankhel after an intercept...real game changer.


Stand Aside Intrust Super Cup here come the Big Black Bears Very Happy Very Happy
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HIGHLIGHTS | Intrust Super Premiership NSW Rd 21
Mon 1st August, 03:30PM

Round 21 came to a close last week, meaning there are only four week's left in the Intrust Super Premiership NSW competition.

Check out last week's action in the video <Scroll>
http://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2016/08/01/highlights_intrust_s.html
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