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PostPosted: Tue Aug 23, 2016 6:47 am    Post subject: ISP, Rd 25, Sat 27 Aug v Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs @ NSO Reply with quote

Round 25
(10th) North Sydney Bears v (8th) Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs
North Sydney Oval
Saturday 27 August, 2016
3:00 pm

No Broadcast

Match Centre - http://live.nswrl.com.au/match/197/575115f135039e6446931e0c


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 23, 2016 5:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The North Sydney Bears final home game is this Saturday 27th August when we take on the Canterbury Bulldogs. We need all of our fans to come down and support the boys as they look to gain a spot in the finals series for 2016. Action kicks off at 9:15am with a fun filled day of Junior League footy all the way up to the main game kicking off at 3pm. We also have special guests Macquarie Uni cheer squad performing at 2:30pm and half time of the main game.


Junior League Grand Final Qualifier Games

Saturday 27th August 2016- North Sydney Oval
Under 9s Div 2: North Sydney Brothers Vs Hills Hawks @ 9:15am
Under 9s Div 1: Asquith Magpies Vs Willoughby Roos @ 10:15am
Under 10s: Willoughby Roos Vs North Sydney Brothers @ 11:15am
Under 11s Div 2 Ku-Ring-Gai Cubs Vs Willoughby Roos Blue @ 12:15pm
Under 11s Div 1: Lane Cove Tigers Vs Asquith Magpies @ 1:15pm

Good luck to Asquith U12s, North Sydney Brothers U13s and Asquith U15s, Asquith 19s and Pennant Hills/Cherrybrook Stags A Grade competing in grand final qualifiers this weekend
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 23, 2016 5:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

North Sydney Bears

Coach Gardiner has named the following team to face the Canterbury Bulldogs at North Sydney Oval at 3pm on Saturday 27 August for their massive clash to qualify for the finals.

1. Latrell Robinson
2. Dane Nielsen
3. Siosifa Talakai
4. Ed Murphy (C)
5. Michael Oldfield
6. Sitiveni Moceidreke
7. Eli Levido
8. Logan Houghton
9. Brad Deitz (C)
10. Fred Junior Mauala
11. Cameron Murray
12. Patrice Siolo
13. Clayton Williams

Interchange

14. Jamal Hunt
15. Latrell Schaumkel
16. Abbas Miski
17. Piki Rogers

Coach - Ben Gardiner
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 23, 2016 6:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Bulldogs Team

1. Brad Abbey
2. Marcelo Montoya
3. Jarrod McInally
4. Reubenn Rennie
5. Tyrone Phillips
6. Matt Frawley
7. Harry Siejka
8. Makahesi Makatoa
9. Craig Garvey
10. Lloyd Perrett
11. Lamar Liolevave
12. Asipeli Fine
13. Adam Elliot

Interchange:

14. Bronson Garlick
15. Ray Moujalli
16. George Tsikrikas
17. Graham Clark
19. Renouf To'omaga
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 25, 2016 1:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Serendipity wrote:
North Sydney Bears

Coach Gardiner has named the following team to face the Canterbury Bulldogs at North Sydney Oval at 3pm on Saturday 27 August for their massive clash to qualify for the finals.

South Sydney has named an extended bench for its game against Newcastle on Sunday:

14. Jason Clark
15. Jack Gosiewski
16. Angus Crichton
17. Nathan Brown
18. Cameron McInnes
19. David Tyrrell
20. Zane Musgrove

Really, a seven man bench for a game of no consequence and we're battling to make the finals.
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 25, 2016 5:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Bears Still Have A Slim Chance At Finals
Caroline Tang
Mosman Daily
25 August 2016

Loss to Jets doesn't end season
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It's not over yet for the Bears, despite their third straight loss last weekend.

The Newtown Jets beat North Sydney 16-12 in a nail-biting finish at Henson Park.

The round 24 result in the NSW Rugby League ISP Cup saw the Jets win the Frank Hyde Shield this season.

Bears general manager Greg Florimo said the game could have gone either way.

"Newtown was pretty lucky in the end; they scored on the bell to take the win," he said.

"While we were disappointed with the loss, we were very proud of the effort that we put in."

The Bears have now dropped to number 10 on the ladder, with one round to go before the semi-finals.

They will play the eighth ranked Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs in a crunch game at North Sydney Oval on Saturday at 3pm.

Florimo said the Bears could still make it.

"We have to win our game and leapfrog the Bulldogs," he said.

"We could find ourselves up in the number seven position, but it might not be resolved until Sunday."

Florimo said the match would be tough.

"But if we turn up with the same attitude and effort as we did on Saturday, we are in with a chance," he said.

"We must beat the Bulldogs to be in contention; two points for a win is the most important to us."
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 26, 2016 12:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

PREVIEWS | Intrust Super Premiership NSW Rd 25
Simon Masterton
Fri 26th August, 11:15AM

North Sydney Bears v Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs
North Sydney Oval, Saturday 27 August
3pm

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For the Bears and Bulldogs, the equation is simple: win and likely progress to Week One of the finals, lose and start making plans for Mad Monday. The Bulldogs will be assured a finals berth if they are to win, while if the Bears are to come away with a victory they will be relying on a Panthers or Magpies loss.

To make this match-up even more intriguing, the last time these teams faced off just a Cody Walker field goal separated the two teams, handing the Bulldogs their sixth-straight defeat in Round 8. This shapes as the match of the round – and either side could prove to be a dark horse if they can sneak into the top eight.

The boys from Belmore have had a strong finish to the regular season, winning four of their past five matches and taking minor premiers Mounties all the way. North Sydney have been inconsistent at best in recent weeks, but looked extremely promising in a last-minute defeat to Newtown last Saturday. The teams look set for another close encounter, and the team that is more hungry for finals football is likely to come out on top at North Sydney Oval.
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 26, 2016 6:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

http://www.rabbitohs.com.au/news/2016/08/26/do_or_die_for_bears_.html
Do or Die for Bears this Saturday
Words: Jeremy Monahan I Photo: Steve Little – North Sydney Bears
Fri 26th August, 02:00PM


Tautalatasi Tasi, Siosifa Talakai & Ed Murphy Celebrate - Intrust Super Premiership - Round 5 - 2016 - North Sydney Bears V Newcastle Knights

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The North Sydney Bears are fighting for their NSW ISP lives this Saturday when they take on the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs at North Sydney Oval at 3pm.

The Bulldogs sit in eighth position on 25 points, with the Bears two spots further back on the ladder on 24 points.

The Panthers sit between these two sides in ninth spot on the same 24 points as the Bears, and they take on the more-fancied Warriors this weekend who sit in fifth place.

Interestingly, the Wentworthville Magpies sit in seventh spot on the ladder, two points ahead of North Sydney, however they have an inferior for-and-against to the Bears, meaning they are also in the Bears' sights. Wenty play Mounties who are destined to finish as minor premiers, six points clear at the top of the table.

Should the Bears take home the two competition points on Saturday, they will leapfrog the Bulldogs meaning they can finish no lower than ninth spot. If the Bears don't win, they are out of finals contention.

Assuming the Bears pick up the two competition points and move to 26 points on the ladder, and should Penrith lose to the higher placed Warriors on Sunday, the Bears will qualify for the finals in no lower than eighth spot.

If the Bears collect the two competition points, and both the Panthers and Magpies lose to their more fancies rivals, the Bears could finish as high as seventh position going into the finals.

The bottom line is that Ben Gardiner's men in red and black must win against the Bulldogs to remain a hope of playing finals in 2016, but Andy Patmore's Bulldogs will be equally as keen to secure the two points and a finals berth.

The Bears and Bulldogs have played only once this year. It was in round eight at ANZ Stadium when the Bears snuck home by a point, 17 points to 16, and another tight game is expected this Saturday.

The Rabbitohs and Bears encourage all Members and supporters to make their way to North Sydney Oval on Saturday to cheer on the Bears as they fight for their competition lives.
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 27, 2016 7:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Game Day!
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 27, 2016 2:59 pm    Post subject: Re: ISP, Rd 25, Sat 27 Aug v Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs @ Reply with quote

Serendipity wrote:
No Broadcast

How disappointing. It was supposed to have been covered by Steele Sports. Was any reason given?

Serendipity wrote:
Game Day!

Yes! I've been looking forward to this game. C'mon Bears, show the comp that we deserve to be in finals.

The team list on the NSWRL match centre http://live.nswrl.com.au/match/197/575115f135039e6446931e0c is

1 Latrell Robinson
2 Dane NIELSEN
21 Siosifa TALAKAI (not a change - his number was previously no. 3)
4 Edward MURPHY
23 Riley TRAVERS
6 Sitiveni Moceidreke
20 Jack SIEJKA
19 Jack GOSIEWSKI
9 Bradley Deitz
10 Fred MAUALA
11 Cameron Murray
16 Abbas MISKI
13 Clayton Williams

8 Logan HOUGHTON
12 Patrice Siolo
14 Jamel Hunt
17 Piki Rogers

Out
5. Michael Oldfield
7. Eli Levido
15. Latrell Schaumkel

We pick up Jack GOSIEWSKI from South Sydney's extended bench but I expect that's where Oldfield has gone
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 27, 2016 3:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Half time
Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 4 (1 try, 0 goals) lead
North Sydney Bears 0 (0 tries, 0 goals)

Tweets
3:31 CBB: 20' Bulldogs 0 - @NthSydneyBears 0
3:37 NSB: 30min || Try Bulldogs || Score: 4-0
3:51 NSB: Halftime at North Sydney Oval North Sydney Bears 0 Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 4
3:53 CBB: HT: Bulldogs 4 - @NthSydneyBears 0

Interchange
5 mins ON Patrice Siolo / OFF Jack SIEJKA
24 mins ON Logan HOUGHTON / OFF Fred MAUALA
34 mins ON Jamel Hunt / OFF Clayton Williams

Other Games - Half Time
Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 26 lead Newtown Jets 12
Wentworthville 11 lead Mounties 4
Illawarra Cutters 16 lead Wyong Roos 14
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 27, 2016 4:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Our season is over. Sad

Two close losses to finish the season, against sides that finished in the top eight (one in the top four). At least we finish the season with some spirit.

Full time
Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 10 (2 tries; 1 goal) df
North Sydney Bears 6 (Jack Gosiewski or Abbas Miski try; Sitiveni Moceidreke goal)

Tweets
4:19 NSB: 55min || Try Bulldogs || 10-0
4:22 NSB: 60 min Try to Abbas Miski Conversion unsuccessful North Sydney Bears 4 Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 10
4:34 NSB: 71min || Penalty Bears || Bulldogs 10 - 6 Bears
4:41 CBB: 75' close finish coming up in the #IntrustSuperPremiership, it's Bulldogs 10 - @NthSydneyBears 6
4:49 NSB: That’s all she wrote. Thank you Bears Fans. North Sydney Bears 4 Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 10
4:50 CBB: FT: Bulldogs 10 - @NthSydneyBears 6

Interchange
45 mins ON Piki Rogers / OFF Jamel Hunt
53 mins ON Clayton Williams / OFF Siosifa TALAKAI
57 mins ON Fred MAUALA / OFF Logan HOUGHTON
72 mins ON Logan HOUGHTON / OFF Piki Rogers

Other Games - Full Time
Newtown Jets 40 df Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 38 (after tailing 38-12)
Mounties 20 df Wentworthville 17
Illawarra Cutters 28 df Wyong Roos 20

Table
Mounties 44
Illawarra 36
Newtown 33
* Wests Tigers 32 (+75)
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* Warriors 30 (+51)
Wyong 28
Canterbury 27
Wentworthville 26 (-102)
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* Penrith 24 (+104)
North Sydney 24 (-73)
Manly 18
* Newcastle 10

* Play Sunday
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http://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2016/08/27/gutsy_bulldogs_quali.html
Gutsy Bulldogs Qualify For Finals
Matt Buxton
Sat 27th August, 05:00PM

Defence Is The Key: It was a low-scoring, finals-like match

The defence of the Canterbury Bulldogs has secured an Intrust Super Premiership NSW finals position that looked incredibly unlikely at the start of the season.

It was a determined and gutsy effort by both sides, with the low score-line a true representation of the defensive prowess shown.

The game went down to the wire, and a controversial offside call in the dying minutes turned out to be the last North Sydney Bears play of 2016.

Both sides had scoring opportunities at the start of the match, in a game that started with a very end-to-end style.

The Bulldogs dropped the ball over the line, and had a potential Jarrod McInally try denied through obstruction, while the Bears could not capitalise on consecutive sets.

Latrell Robinson pulled off an amazing play at the 20-minute mark while retrieving a Bulldogs grubber. He collected the ball very close to the sideline, back-tracked into the in-goal area to seemingly get pushed out, but he ducked and weaved through the defenders to make a 30-metre run.

After half-an-hour of play, the Bulldogs finally got the scoreboard ticking when Harrison Siejka decided to run the ball on the last tackle, and have a beautiful short-ball to McInally, who crashed over.

Siosifa Talakai copped a bad knock in a tackle, and after a small delay, was assisted off the field to do a concussion test, however his return would seem close to impossible.

Off the back of a drop-out, the Bulldogs threaded a neat grubber behind the posts, and a small error at the back was all Adam Elliott needed to jump on the board and extend the Bulldogs’ lead to 10-0.

The Bears responded shortly after a counter-attack raid, as prolific try-scorer and Josh Mansour look-a-like Abbas Miski replicated the Origin winger’s finishing ability, with a beautiful dive to touchdown in the right corner.

The Bears have had their fair share of close encounters this year, and despite trailing by six, when they received a penalty in front of the posts; they took the two points on offer.

Call it determined defence or a complete brain-snap, but the Bulldogs were penalised off the kick-off for an obvious shoulder charge, which gifted the Bears some valuable metres.

A mistake gave possession away, but the Bears continued to show desperation in a bid to keep their season alive.

In the final minute of play, Brad Dietz put a smart grubber down the middle of the field, and a North Sydney chaser won the race and scored the try.

North Sydney Oval erupted at the thought the scores were locked up at 10-all, but the chaser was ruled offside.

It was a dramatic ending to an absolute thriller, but the Bulldogs held on for a gutsy win to secure their spot in the finals.
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 27, 2016 8:54 pm    Post subject: Re: ISP, Rd 25, Sat 27 Aug v Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs @ Reply with quote

Fintan O'Laighin wrote:
Serendipity wrote:
No Broadcast

How disappointing. It was supposed to have been covered by Steele Sports. Was any reason given?


They apologised because just didn't have the staff this week.

Thank you for doing all the game details.
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Sad end to the season, last few matches we just fell off pace.
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