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PostPosted: Fri Mar 03, 2017 6:51 pm    Post subject: Round 1 vs Wenty Magpies Reply with quote

...at Ringrose Park Sat 3pm

Bears teamlist
1) Latrell Robinson
2) Dane Nielsen
3) Tyrell Fuimaono
4) Robert Jennings
5) Ed Murphy
6) Sitiveni Moceidreke
7) Eli Levido
8) George Burgess
9) Brad Deitz
10) Toby Rudolf
11) Tautalatasi Tasi
12) Cameron Murray
13) Anthony Cherrington

14) Piki Rogers
15) Clayton Williams
16) Cheyne Whitelaw
17) Patrice Siolo

Braidon Burns and Angus Crichton could also be added as were 18/19th man for Souths FG.
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 04, 2017 1:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hey, Opening Day of the season. It's snuck up quickly.

This is the first time I can recall Wenty playing on a Saturday. It's a shame the game isn't being broadcast by ALIVE FM but its sports program is on Sunday afternoons. Just in case in is being broadcast but just isn't advertised, the direct link is at www.alive905.com.au/listen_online.php.

For those following on Twitter:
https://twitter.com/NthSydneyBears
https://twitter.com/wentymagpies
https://twitter.com/NSWRL
https://twitter.com/hashtag/IntrustSuperPremiership

Here's the image from the NS twitter site:

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 04, 2017 2:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm not that wrapped in our jersey design for this year - I never did like that Trent Nathan thing from the 1980s. I know that for some people, it's their favourite, but there's too much red for my liking. At least we don't have the red shorts.

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 04, 2017 2:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The text that goes with the above photo is at www.northsydneybears.com.au/late-mail-burgess-jennings-named-bears-intrust-super-team-round-one-v-wenty. The team list hasn't been posted on Twitter, so this article may not reflect the final squad, particularly after South Sydney's woes from last night.

In summary, Ed Murphy (no. 5) is out of the squad while Tautalatasi Tasi (11) is on the bench which previously only had four.

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LATE MAIL – BURGESS + JENNINGS NAMED IN THE BEARS INTRUST SUPER TEAM FOR ROUND ONE V WENTY
March 3, 2017/in SHOW ON HOME PAGE, /by Steve Little and Image by Steve Little


George Burgess and Robert Jennings remain in the squad.

Braiden Burns and Angus Crichton have been added to the seventeen.

The match will kick off at 3:00 pm on Saturday 4th March 2017.

Coach Ben Gardiner has named Bradley Deitz as captain.

NSW Rugby League Senior Representative Competition | Intrust Super Premiership Competition [Open Age]
Round One | Wentworthville vs North Sydney | Ringrose Park | 3:00 pm | 4/03/2017

1 Latrell Robinson
2 Dane Nielsen
3 Tyrell Fuimaono
4 Robert Jennings
18 Braiden Burns
6 Sitiveni Moceidreke
7 Eli Levido
8 George Burgess
9 Bradley Deitz
10 Tobias Rudolph
19 Angus Crichton
12 Cameron Murray
13 Anthony Cherrington

Interchange
11 Tautalatasi Tasi
14 Piki Rogers
15 Clayton Williams
16 Cheyne Whitelaw
17 Patrice Siolo

Coach: Ben Gardiner
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 04, 2017 2:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Half Time
North Sydney Bears 16 Braidon Burns 2; Robert Jennings tries; Eli Levido 2 goals from 3 attempts) lead
Wentworthville Magpies 12 (Kelepi Tanginoa, David Gower tries; Jamal Fogarty 2 goals)

First half tweets from North Sydney Bears‏ and Wenty Magpies DRLFC‏:

2:52PM North Sydney Bears‏
Only minor changes for the Bears team to face @wentymagpies today at Ringrose Park 3:00 pm http://bit.ly/2m2H18y

3:02PM Wenty Magpies DRLFC‏
We are underway at Ringrose Park for the #IntrustSuperPremiership game against @NthSydneyBears Wenty kicking off..

3:08PM Wenty Magpies DRLFC
4' Try @NthSydneyBears - Braidon Burns. Converted - Eli Levido. Norths 6 leading Wenty 0.

3:16PM North Sydney Bears‏
5' try to Braiden Burns n conversation Eli Levido Bears 6-0

3:15PM Wenty Magpies DRLFC‏
10' Try Wenty - Kelepi Tanginoa. Converted - Jamal Fogarty. Wenty 6 - @NthSydneyBears 6

3:18PM North Sydney Bears‏
10' try n conversation to @wentymagpies 6 all

3:24PM Wenty Magpies DRLFC
19' Try Wenty - David Gower. Converted - Jamal Fogarty. Wenty 12 - @NthSydneyBears 6.

3:26PM North Sydney Bears‏
21' try & conversation to Wenty 12-0 Wenty

3:29PM Wenty Magpies DRLFC
25' Try @NthSydneyBears - Robert Jennings. Conversion missed. Wenty 12 leading Norths 10

3:31PM North Sydney Bears‏
26' try to Robert Jennings conversation missed 12-10

3:36PM Wenty Magpies DRLFC‏
31' Try @NthSydneyBears - Braidon Burns.Converted - Eli Levido. Norths 16 leading Wenty 12.

3:42PM North Sydney Bears‏
33' 2nd try to Braiden Burns conversation by Eli Levido 16-12 to Bears

3:43PM Wenty Magpies DRLFC‏
Thats half time #IntrustSuperPremiership at Ringrose Park. @NthSydneyBears 16 leading Wenty 12.

3:49PM North Sydney Bears‏
Halftime @IntrustSuperPrm R1 Bears leading @wentymagpies 16-12
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 04, 2017 4:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sounds like it was an exciting finish. North Sydney led 26-12 at the 63' mark, but it was 26-24 at the 78'. However, we didn't get run down, in fact, we scored a try on the bell to win 32-24.

The following details are from the tweets - I have assumed (perhaps incorrectly) that it was Levido who did all the goalkicking. The tweets were silent on the kickers, just saying that the attempt was missed. I've also assumed that there were no missed penalty goal attempts.

Full Time
North Sydney Bears 32 (Braidon Burns 2, Robert Jennings 2, Cameron Murray, Cheyne Whitelaw tries; Eli Levido 4 goals (3 conversions, 1 penalty) from 7 attempts) df
Wentworthville Magpies 24 (Kelepi Tanginoa, David Gower, Cameron King, Bureta Faraimo tries; Jamal Fogarty 4 goals from 4 attempts)

Second half tweets:

3:57PM Wenty Magpies DRLFC
We are back underway with Norths Kicking off. Current scores @NthSydneyBears 16 - Wenty 12

4:07PM Wenty Magpies DRLFC‏
49' Try @NthSydneyBears - Cameron Murray. Conversion missed. Bears 20 leading Wenty 12

4:17PM North Sydney Bears‏
49' 2nd try to Bears 20-12 to Bears

4:15PM Wenty Magpies DRLFC
57' Try @NthSydneyBears - Robert Jennings. Conversion missed. Norths 24 - Wenty 12

4:20PM North Sydney Bears‏
58' 2nd try to Robert Jennings conversion missed 24-12 to the Bears

4:23PM Wenty Magpies DRLFC‏
63' Penalty Gaol - @NthSydneyBears Converted - Eli Levido. Bears 26 leading Wenty 12.

4:28PM North Sydney Bears
68' penalty kick to Levido 26-12 to Bears

4:35PM Wenty Magpies DRLFC‏
73' Try Wenty - Cameron King. Converted - Jamal Forarty. @NthSydneyBears 26 leading Wenty 18.

4:35PM North Sydney Bears‏
73' try & conversion to @wentymagpies 26-18 to Bears

4:39PM North Sydney Bears‏
77' try & conversion to @wentymagpies 26-24 to Bears

4:40PM Wenty Magpies DRLFC‏
78' Try Wenty - Bureta Faraimo. Converted - Jamal Fogarty. @NthSydneyBears 26 leading Wenty 24.

4:44PM Wenty Magpies DRLFC
80' Try @NthSydneyBears - heyne WHITELAW. Converted Eli Levido. Norths 32 - Wenty 24

4:45PM North Sydney Bears‏
79' try to Whitelaw & conversion to Levido 32-24 to Bears

4:45PM Wenty Magpies DRLFC
Thats full time here at Ringrose Park. @NthSydneyBears 32 defeated Wenty 24.

4:45PM North Sydney Bears‏
Fulltime in R1 @IntrustSuperPrm @wentymagpies defeated by the Bears 32-24
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 04, 2017 7:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The team list on the NSWRL Match Centre http://live.nswrl.com.au/match/3ec60a38ee446fb80/2395cd56d367ccc60 was as listed in the "Late Mail" post. Patrice Siolo (no. 17) was 18th man and didn't play.

The NSWRL match report is at www.nswrl.com.au/news/2017/03/04/bears_down_magpies_i.html.

Bears Down Magpies In Late Thriller
Andre Cupido
Sat 4th March, 04:01PM

The North Sydney Bears have held off a valiant Wentworthville Magpies side 32-24 in a fiery contest at Ringrose Park on Saturday afternoon.

Halfback Eli Levido put in a classy performance, having a hand in a host of the Bears tries, with centre Robert Jennings bagging two of his own and putting in a great individual performance. Cheyne Whitelaw provided strong impact off the bench with a try right on full-time, while Magpies players Honeti Tuha and Cameron King were also strong in a losing side.

There was some physical defence from both sides in the early exchanges, but it only took five minutes for the Bears to strike with Braidon Burns scoring after a brilliant break from Robert Jennings.

It didn’t take long for the Magpies to return serve, after back-to-to-back penalties gave them great field position and allowed for Telepi Taningoa to barge his way over to score. Jamal Fogarty converted from the sideline and it was 6-all after 10 minutes.

It was a brutal opening 15 minutes of the game as late inclusion Angus Chritchon showed his worth in defence, but the Bears couldn’t seem to complete their sets with some early handling errors.

The Bears were on the back foot after an array of costly mistakes, and David Gover reaped the rewards as he broke through some flimsy defence to score right underneath the posts.

An amount of pressure was heaping on the Bears after they conceded their second try, and were lucky not to let in a third after a costly error from the Magpies on their line.

A classy backline movement at the other end of the field saw Robert Jennings score in the left-hand corner, with Eli Levido unable to convert and the Bears trailing by two points just before the half hour mark.

Robert Jennings continued to threaten the Magpies defensive line with his blistering speed, with a short side play giving him enough space to offload to Burns who crossed for his second of the day.

The Bears had a golden opportunity to score again late in the first half, however some committed goal-line defence from the Magpies was enough to hold on. The brutal opening half came to an end soon after, with the Bears holding on to a slight 16-12 advantage.

The start to the second half was fiercely fought as both teams looked to stamp their authority in a feisty contest, but it was the Bears who broke through with Cameron Murray bustling off a defender to score his team's fourth of the afternoon.

A schoolboy error from the Magpies gifted North Sydney the perfect opportunity to take a further stranglehold in the contest, and It wasn’t long before Jennings pounced on a perfectly weighted grubber from halfback Eli Levido, which saw the score quickly extended to two converted tries.

Moments later, a brilliant offload from Cameron Murray allowed Burns to streak away to an eventual one-on-one with Honeti Tuha, with the Magpies fullback doing well to hold him out. Tuha gave away a penalty for having a hand in the ruck, which saw Levido take full advatange and add another two points the scoreline. The score as set at 26-12 with just over a quarter of an hour to go.

The Magpies were throwing everything at the Bears with some threatening raids on the opposition goal line, but the Bears held their own with some gutsy goal line defence.

Despite their efforts, five consecutive sets were enough to break the Bears brick-wall defence, with Cameron King scoring to the left of the uprights with just under 10 minutes to play.

The Magpies continued to show their resilience in the closing stages of the game, with Honeti Tuha breaking away and eventually offloading to Bureta Faraimo to score in the left-hand corner. Fogarty brilliantly converted and the score was 26-24 with just two minutes to play.

Some quick thinking from Cheyne Whitelaw saw him barge over the line right on full-time, with the Bears holding out a courageous Magpies outfit 32-24.
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 05, 2017 12:13 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Overall a pretty good start to the season for the Bears.

Some brief comments on the players.

Braidon Burns - Played 1st half on the left wing. Nothing flashy, but ended up scoring two tries. Played fullback in the 2nd half was okay not great. I thought that his position play in returning kicks was not great. Too many balls hitting the ground (ie not catching on the full), also got caught out a couple of times with kicks into the corner and he has stationed in the middle of the field taking considerable time to get the ball to return it.

Dane Nielson - Played right wing. Played solid. Safe at the back.

Tyrell Fuimaono - Played at right centre. Looks goods with decent size and speed. Helped out a bit in the second half with some strong dummy half runs.

Robert Jennings - Played at left centre. Played well. Good pace, and was always a threat when getting quality ball. Thought he hogged the ball a bit. A couple of times he should have passed, but in the each the Bears still managed to score.

George Burgess - To be honest, the least impressive of all the forwards. If promotion to NRL was solely based on today's performance, then he would still be with the Bears. Played first 20 minutes and final 20 minutes. Did not run the ball with any vigor especially compared to the other forwards. He would have had minimal metres gained. Probably hurt by the fact the Bears dropped alot of ball in the first 20 minutes and did not have much possession. Dropped the ball once.

Cameron Murray - Very impressive. Played on the left edge. Set up first Bears try running a great line and making the break, and then a superb off load, to Jennings who hogged the ball and appear to butcher a try, but squeezed a ball out to Burns to score. Another strong hard run led to a try in the second half. Not far away from selection in the NRL.

Anthony Cherrington - A pretty big unit. He ran the ball hard and fast, though he was absolutely smashed a couple of times.

Angus Crichton - Very strong game, both in attack and defensive. If Souths are going to make a change in the forwards, then Crichton deserves his chance in the NRL.

Toby Rudolf - I was quite impressed with Rudolf. Good size. A couple of very strong runs.

Brad Deitz - Preseason training with Souths has helped. Showed some improved speed out of dummy half. Tackling everything in sight.

Cheyne Whitelaw - IMO he was best on the field. Probably only had around 40 minutes, but it was all quality. In the slippery conditions, he was a very strong runner with the ball. Full deserved the solo try at the end of the game.

Tasi Tasi - Had a great game, running across the grain. Very strong runs and providing energy to the Bears attack.

Eli Levido - Had a solid game directing the team around the park.

Clayton Williams - More impressive in the back end of the first half, with a couple of strong runs. Don't recall whether he got much time in the 2nd half.

Latrell Robinson - Played fullback in the first half. Solid.
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 05, 2017 3:55 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Welcome back Fintan O'Laighin & thank you for your posts
Thank you Bears4Life

https://twitter.com/HawkesburyRadio

Hawkesbury Radio called the Hills RM Cup game as well. (6 Bears players)

Hills District Bulls 18 (T Young, A Weston, T Eisenhuth, S Bristow tries; J Horo goal) def Wentworthville Magpies 8 (Z Greene try; Z Greene goal, J Miller goal)

FB Jayden HORO 1
RW Obed KHARWIN 2
RC Aaron WESTON 3
LC Abbas MISKI 4
LWG Tom PERRIN 5
F/E Thomas EISENHUTH 22
H/B Chad O'DONNELL 7
LPR Michael HAWKINGS 8
HK Heath L'ESTRANGE 9
RPR Timothy ROBINSON 10
LSR David BAUMANN 11
RSR Thomas YOUNG 12
LK Steven BRISTOW 13

INT Sean WALPOLE 14
INT Jacob ESAU 16
INT Shawn HUNT 19
INT Maia SANDS 23

For the Bears game

In

Angus Crichton
Braidon Burns

Out

Ed Murphy
Patrice Siolo
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 05, 2017 11:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Great to get a win in Round 1.

Depth is looking good at the moment if Patrice and Ed, as well as a bunch of other regulars can't fit into the side.
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 05, 2017 4:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Serendipity wrote:
Welcome back Fintan O'Laighin & thank you for your posts

Thank you. :-)

Serendipity wrote:
Thank you Bears4Life

Yeah, great to have the assessments. A shame that George Burgess didn't have a great game, I have good memories of him playing for the Bears.

Serendipity wrote:
Hawkesbury Radio called the Hills RM Cup game as well.

"as well"? I wish they'd publicise these things. There was nothing in any of the leadup articles that said it was going to be called - www.northsydneybears.com.au/burgess-jennings-named-in-the-bears-intrust-super-team-for-round-one-v-wenty, www.nswrl.com.au/news/2017/02/28/teams_intrust_super_.af_intrust-super-premiership-nsw_news1.html or www.nswrl.com.au/news/2017/03/04/previews_intrust_sup.af_intrust-super-premiership-nsw_news1.html. The articles on the NSWRL website say that Hawkesbury Radio covered today's game between Blacktown and Newtown and that other games were covered by Fox League, Steele Sports and Sky Sport NZ, but nothing about NS's game. But I see from the Hawkesbury Radio twitter link that you posted that it did:

"Hawkesbury Radio‏ @HawkesburyRadio Mar 3
Now live on http://hawkesburyradio.com.au  via the special events stream it's @wentymagpies & @NthSydneyBears in the @IntrustSuperPrm"
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Stats are back!


Round 1 - Stats
http://www.nswrl.com.au/content/dam/nswrl/documents/isp-stats-reports-2017/Rd1-MagpiesBears.pdf
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ISP NSW Team Of The Week | Round 1

NSWRL.com.au staff writers
Mon 6th March, 03:30PM

Each week, the NSWRL.com.au staff writers will name their 17 best-performers from the weekend's Intrust Super Premiership NSW. These selections, heavily based on statistical data, are the opinions of the writers and do not necessarily reflect the views of the NSWRL.

4 - Robert Jennings
Club: North Sydney Bears.

159 total metres, one try-assist, two line-breaks, two tries.
Another club debutant to make the weekend's best 17, Jennings continually threatened the Wentworthville defence as the Bears held on to a 32-24 victory. Bagging a double and setting up outside man Braidon Burns for a try, Jennings was impressive for his new club in difficult conditions.

5 - Braidon Burns
Club: North Sydney Bears.

146 total metres, five tackle-breaks, two tries.
Burns made sure his first outing in North Sydney colours was a success, notching up a classy double thanks to a slick combination with Jennings. The former Panther, who also scored twice for the Rabbitohs in the pre-season Charity Shield, has done everything he can to secure a first grade position at South Sydney - and with the long-term injury of Greg Inglis, it might just be between he and Jennings for that spot this week.

More - http://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2017/03/06/isp_team_of_the_week.html
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http://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2017/03/07/inglis_injury_opens_.html
Inglis Injury Opens Door For Bears Trio
Simon Masterton
Tue 7th March, 12:45PM


EYEING A DEBUT: North Sydney co-captain Eli Levido is one of a handful of Bears players who could line up in Rabbitohs colours due to the absence of Greg Inglis. Image: Steve Little.

In the aftermath of the devastating long-term injury to Greg Inglis, a number of names have been thrown into the ring to fill the shoes of the South Sydney superstar. While the Rabbitohs have several high-quality candidates pushing their case from feeder club the Bears, one player was a standout for the side in their first hit-out: co-captain Eli Levido.

Levido was in control in North Sydney's Round 1 clash with Wentworthville on Saturday, directly setting up two tries and having a hand in most others as the visitors won 32-24. The 21-year-old has picked up where he left off in 2016, continuing his path towards an eventual NRL debut.

The Rabbitohs' 21-man squad for their Round 2 game against the Sea Eagles is due to be released at 4pm today, with several questions about who will be Inglis's replacement. One potential solution is to shift exciting half and fullback Cody Walker to the custodian role this week, with Levido and John Sutton the front-runners to relocate to the halves. On that situation arising, Levido was unsure.

"It obviously would be nice," Levido tells NSWRL.com.au. "I'm just looking to play some good footy at Norths and if anything happens off the back of that I'd be thrilled to have an opportunity.

"It's very unfortunate what happened to Greg, he's one of the best players in the game," Levido adds. "It's always unfortunate to see anyone get injured but the captain of the club… it's very unfortunate."

The former Wests Tigers Holden Cup player was a highlight for the Bears in season 2016 and remains a distinct possibility for his NRL debut, at least in the month or more before halfback Adam Reynolds returns. If Walker is to remain in the halves, however, either bench hooker Damien Cook or winger Alex Johnston could relocate to the back; if it's the latter, rookie recruits Robert Jennings and Braidon Burns would be chances of lining up for the Rabbitohs in the back line. After both players bagged doubles and made the Round 1 Team of the Week, Levido lauded the efforts of the pair.

"They were very easy to get along with and they took everything on board with the game plan," Levido says. "They're young fellas so they brought a lot of energy and helped up the line-speed and had some strong carries as well out of their own end.

"I've got the utmost respect for them. The tries come off the back of the plays that we've put on and they were very, very good."

It shapes as a selection headache for head coach Michael Maguire, but at the lower level coach Ben Gardiner will be pleased with his side's first-up effort at Ringrose Park. Levido was impressed, in particular, with the Bears' efforts without the football.

"There was a stage in the game where we defended six sets on our line," Levido explains. "Unfortunately Cameron King, the hooker went from dummy-half and scored on that sixth set, but there was a lot of positives to take out of our defensive effort.

"It's also pleasing to know that we can defend a few sets back-to-back if need be."

The Bears were boosted by the inclusion of English international George Burgess on the weekend and it remains to be seen which jersey he will wear in Round 2 – while extended NRL squads will be named at 4pm today, Intrust Super Premiership NSW teams can be found from 5pm at NSWRL.com.au.
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