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PostPosted: Tue Mar 07, 2017 10:22 pm    Post subject: ISP Round 2 v Blacktown Workers @ HE Laybutt, Sun 12th Mar Reply with quote

A few changes to last week's team - Braidon Burns is on the wing for South Sydney for the game against Manly, Angus Crichton is on the Souths bench (at no. 16), as are Robert Jennings (18), Anthony Cherrington (19) and George Burgess (20). Jennings, Crichton and Cherrington have also been named for NS. South Sydney plays on Saturday, so there might be some late additions to the NS squad.

I like the graphic on the website that shows the players (see below) but there are six of them in red and green. We need to get photos of them in NS colours - they're playing for the Bears, not the Rabbitohs. And the NS players should be in 2017 jerseys, not 2016. (Sorry, if this comes across as being negative, it's not meant to be.)

I haven't heard if the game is going to be covered by one of the radio stations. The NSWRL website is silent about this.

Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles v North Sydney Bears
HE Laybutt Fields, Sunday 12th March, 3:00PM


www.northsydneybears.com.au/still-the-biggest-grudge-match-in-league-north-sydney-intrust-super-team-for-round-two-v-sea-eagles

STILL THE BIGGEST GRUDGE MATCH IN LEAGUE – NORTH SYDNEY INTRUST SUPER TEAM FOR ROUND TWO V SEA EAGLES
by Steve Little

March 7, 2017

A win in the first round is great, however a win against Manly even better.

For the 2017 Intrust Super Premiership season, the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles have forged a partnership with the Blacktown Workers Club that sees the feeder club become The Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles.

But Manly can’t get away with it that easily, as always North Sydney will leave nothing in the tank in an effort to beat them.

And so Round Two still has the Bears on the road this time to Blacktown at a place called Harold Laybutt Sporting Complex. www.northsydneybears.com.au/locations/harold-laybutt-sporting-complex

Harold Laybutt was a founding member of the Blacktown Workers Club and as an administrator secured the sports fields in the 1960s that now make up the Complex.

Bradley Deitz is named as captain again following the teams’ thrilling win over Wentworthville last weekend.

Read our match report Round One a Great Start All Round for Bears – Match Report Round 1 Intrust Super. www.northsydneybears.com.au/round-one-great-start-round-bears-match-report-round-1-intrust-super

George Burgess and Robert Jennings have been named in the seventeen man squad.

The match will kick off at 3:00 pm on Sunday 12th March 2017.

1 Latrell Robinson
2 Dane Nielsen
3 Tyrell Fuimaono
4 Robert Jennings
5 Edward Murphy
6 Sitiveni Moceidreke
7 Eli Levido
8 Tom Burgess
9 Bradley Deitz (C)
10 Tobias Rudolf
11 Angus Crichton
12 Cameron Murray
13 Anthony Cherrington

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

Coach: Ben Gardiner

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 10, 2017 5:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Luke Kelly and Dave Tyrrell should be added to the teamlist as they've been removed from the Souths teamlist today.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 10, 2017 10:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

092016 wrote:
Luke Kelly and Dave Tyrrell should be added to the teamlist as they've been removed from the Souths teamlist today.

Thanks. I'm not sure I like this new NRL practice of each team naming an eight man bench.

The match preview is on the NSWRL website. The NSWRL isn't letting anyone know which games are getting radio coverage. The match centre says that the Newcastle/Wyong and Wests Tigers/Penrith games are on Fox, but every other game has "BROADCAST: N/A", even though at least two games will be covered:

* Hawkesbury Radio is covering Blacktown v North Sydney (thanks for posting that info Serendipity);
* Steele Sports is covering Mounties v Newtown www.steelesports.com.au

The NSWRL needs to lift its game. It's pretty disrespectful to the stations that are broadcasting, to the commentators, and to the fans who are (trying) to get behind this competition. It's like the NSWRL doesn't want to let fans know how to follow their teams.

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Fri 10th March, 01:00PM

Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles v North Sydney Bears
H E Laybutt, Sunday 12 March
3:00pm


Running in three tries to Newtown's two wasn't enough for Blacktown to open their accounts as a new venture in the Intrust Super Premiership NSW competition.

Ill-discipline got the better of the Sea Eagles in the end, with Jets' marksman Joseph Paulo slotting two penalty goals – including one in the 75th minute – to see Newtown claim a vital win.

Blacktown impressed for large parts of their Round 1 performance, inspired by Titan-turned-Sea Eagle Cameron Cullen who put forward an impressive display.

North Sydney found joy in the competition's opening week with a win over Wentworthville, crossing for six tries, with fancied outside backs Braidon Burns and Robert Jennings each bagging a double.

The Bears look set to go without Burns' services at the weekend, with the flyer named in the Rabbitohs' side to take on Manly on Sunday.
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 11, 2017 3:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Final 17 for Souths named. 18/19th man:

Robert Jennings is playing for Souths today so Siosifa Talakai should replace him. Anthony Cherrington should play as named in the tuesday teamlist.
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 11, 2017 4:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

092016 wrote:
Final 17 for Souths named. 18/19th man:

Robert Jennings is playing for Souths today so Siosifa Talakai should replace him. Anthony Cherrington should play as named in the tuesday teamlist.

There were a few changes to South Sydney's team - three players from the 8-men into the starting side:

18. Robert Jennings (in for no. 4. Siosifa Talakai)
21. Adam Reynolds (in for no. 7. Luke Kelly)
15. Jason Clarke (in for no. 10. Dave Tyrell)

The SS bench is:
14. Damien Cook
16. Angus Crichton
17. Robbie Rochow
20. George Burgess

The four who have dropped out of the squad are:
4. Siosifa Talakai
7. Luke Kelly
10. Dave Tyrell
19. Anthony Cherrington
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 11, 2017 7:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Should also add Angus Crichton was named in the tuesday teamlist but played for Souths so that opens up a starting backrow spot.

A guess at tomorrows teamlist:

1) Latrell Robinson
2) Dane Nielsen
3) Tyrell Fuimaono
4) Siosifa Talakai
5) Ed Murphy/Sitiveni Moceidreke
6) Luke Kelly
7) Eli Levido
8) Tom Burgess
9) Brad Deitz
10) Dave Tyrrell
11) Cheyne Whitelaw
12) Cameron Murray
13) Anthony Cherrington


14) Piki Rogers
15) Clayton Williams
16) Toby Rudolf
17) Tautalasi Tasi
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Silvertails win the Fibros war
Manly get their hands on Blacktown's juniors – and the locals are fine with it
By Joe McDonough
Rugby League Week
9 Mar 2017

Unholy Union Blacktown now wear the maroon of Manly. In the '70s that would've caused a riot.

Back In The 1970s Manly used their money and influence to lure players from Sydney's west – a move that saw them dubbed the "Silvertails", a force wholly at odds with the battling "Fibros".

Now the Sea Eagles have done it again, coming out west and taking what they want – only this time it's Blacktown's huge talent pool of juniors.

RLW was on the hill at H.E. Laybutt Field last Sunday for the first game of this new union – the Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles against the Newtown Jets – because surely there'd have to be some anger among the locals over this daring raid on western Sydney? The answer is a resounding "no". There were shiny new flags thanks to Manly's maroon replacing the red on Blacktown's colours, and the travelling Newtown faithful ensured there was a very healthy crowd.

First port of call was the canteen to speak with the club's volunteers. Asked about the partnership, the three locals behind the counter scoffed at the suggestion some fans might be furious about the takeover.

The general feeling is: it's good for their kids, so it's fine by them. They told us that Blacktown's juniors had often been overlooked in the past, and a direct pathway up through the grades has been long overdue for the area.

Club president Keith Cochran has seen it all. He took over 11 years ago when Blacktown had just four junior teams to their name.

Now they're represented in the NSW Cup, Ron Massey Cup and Sydney Shield, and boast an abundance of juniors in every age bracket.

Their current position is so strong that construction of a $21 million Centre of Excellence is due to be completed on the Reservoir Road site by April next year.

Keith tells RLW just how tangible the pathway is.

"We still feed to Penrith and the deal is that Penrith gets first crack and Manly gets the second crack. But Penrith can only put so many players on the field and there are a lot of juniors that are falling through the cracks and being lost to football – so this gives our juniors a true pathway through to the NRL," he explains.

"It's great for our kids. Just in our dressing rooms today, the fellas that came back to us [from the NRL], the juniors are walking around going 'Oh jeez, look at this, how good is this?' And I'm saying 'Yeah mate, you can say g'day to them and they'll give you an autograph'."

But does he expect any backlash, maybe from the odd old-timer who doesn't forgive easily?

"[The partnership] was one of the worst-kept secrets in rugby league last year and Tommy Raudonikis, God love him, turned around and started all this Silvertail-Fibros stuff.

"But as I've said before, come and have a look at what the price of a house is in Blacktown. You don't get much change out of $1.1 million, just quietly. So the old days of the Silvertails and the Fibros, they're long gone."
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 12, 2017 11:04 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

For the Hawkesbury Radio Call today check under both links

http://hawkesburyradio.com.au/index.cfm?pid=111727
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The Hawkesbury Radio call is coming through loud and clear. Sounds like it's going well for the Bears, but we haven't put them away yet. Some notes on the game are below.

Half Time
North Sydney Bears 24 (Brad Deitz, Eli Levido, Tom Burgess, Siosifa Talakai tries; Eli Levido 4 goals from 4 attempts) lead
Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles 10 (Viliami Kaveinga, Sarafu Fatiaki tries; Matthew Wright 1 goal from 2 attempts)

Final Team (from NSWRL Match Centre)
1 Latrell ROBINSON
2 Dane NIELSEN
3 Tyrell FUIMAONO
18 Siosifa TALAKAI
19 Luke KELLY
6 Sitiveni MOCEIDREKE
7 Eli LEVIDO
8 Tom BURGESS
9 Bradley DEITZ
20 Dave TYRELL
17 Tautalatasi TASI
12 Cameron MURRAY
13 Anthony CHERRINGTON

5 Edward MURPHY
10 Tobias RUDOLPH
15 Clayton WILLIAMS
16 Cheyne WHITELAW

18th Man
14 Piki ROGERS

3:05PM Blacktown kicks off. NS favoured by the wind, temperature is about 30 degrees.

3:08PM A simple try to Blacktown from a close in scrum. Blacktown got another set after NS ruled to knocked the ball forward. Conversion unsuccessful. Blacktown 4-0.

3:13PM NS on attack on the back of a penalty. Brad Deitz held up in goal.

3:21PM Dave Tyrell loses but over the line ball backwards, pounced on by Deitz. Scores level. Levido converts from in from the posts. NS 6-4.

3:24PM Eli Levido scores under the post Commentators rave about how Deitz set up the try, with some great reading, and switching of the play. Conversion successful. NS 12-4.

3:26PM NS gets a penalty within range, but decide to range. Tom Burgess scores under the posts. Leviod converts. NS 18-4. Burgess comes off afterwards - Commentators say he is struggling a bit with the 30 degree heat. Replaced by Cheyne Whitelaw (23 mins).

3:29PM NSWRL match centre says that Tobias Rudolf replaced Dave Tyrell.

3:33PM NSWRL match centre says that Clayton Williams replaced Anthony Cherrington.

3:35PM Blacktown hit back with a try next to the posts, converted. NS 18-10.

3:41PM Siosifa Talakai storms over from 2m out. Levido converts, NS 24-10.

Tweets
3:09PM North Sydney Bears
3rd Minute Blacktown try, 4-0 to Blacktown

3:13PM Manly Sea Eagles
Try to winger Viliami Kaveinga for 4-0 lead to Blacktown. Beautiful movement. Ball shifted right from scrum win

3:20PM North Sydney Bears
15 min - Bears defending their line strongly. Blacktown 4 Bears 0.

3:23PM North Sydney Bears
16 min Bears try to Brad Deitz from an offload from Dave Tyrell. Levido goal. Bears 6 Blacktown 4.

3:25PM North Sydney Bears
19 min Back to back tries for the Bears. Try to Eli Levido. Quick play the ball from Cam Murray with the break and try assist to Deitz.

3:20PM North Sydney Bears
20 min Conversion to Levido. Bears 12 Blacktown 4.

3:26PM Manly Sea Eagles
Two converted tries to Norths in three minutes sees the Bears lead 12-4 after 20 minutes

3:28PM North Sydney Bears
22 mins Bears go back to back to back. Tom Burgess try. Levido goal. Bears 18 Blacktown 4.

3:28PM Manly Sea Eagles
Norths prop Tom Burgess scores under posts. Try converted. The Bears lead 18-4.

3:36PM North Sydney Bears
30 min Blacktown try and goal. Bears 18 Blacktown 10.

3:36PM Manly Sea Eagles
Jackson Hastings takes on line to step past defence to send Sarafu Fatiaki over next to posts. Matthew Wright converts. Bears lead 18-10.

3:42PM North Sydney Bears
36 min Brainstorming try from Talakai and Levido goal. Bears 24 Blacktown 10.

3:44PM Manly Sea Eagles
Bears try to Siosifa Talakai. Converted. Norths lead 24-10 after 38 minutes in Intrust.

3:45PM Manly Sea Eagles
Intrust Half time. Norths 24 lead Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles 10.

3:47PM North Sydney Bears
Half Time Bears 24 Blacktown 10
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A good win to the Bears, although we fell off at the end to let Blacktown get two late tries. Sounds like we played well for most of the game. NS's seven tries were scored by seven different try scorers.

NS is fourth on the table and is one of five teams with two wins from two games.

Full Time
North Sydney Bears 40 (Brad Deitz, Eli Levido, Tom Burgess, Siosifa Talakai, Sitiveni Moceidreke, Cameron Murray, Ed Murphy tries; Eli Levido 6 goals from 7 attempts) df
Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles 20 (Viliami Kaveinga, Sarafu Fatiaki, Pita Godinet, Jonathon Wright tries; Matthew Wright 1 goal from 2 attempts; Jackson Hastings 1 goal from 1; not stated 0 from 1)

3:58PM NS's kickoff goes out on the full.

Bit of a delay as a Blacktown player is stretchered off following an accidental knee in the back.

4:05PM Play resumes.

4:08PM NS takes advantage of an overlap and Sitiveni Moceidreke scores under the posts, courtesy of a great offload from Tautalatasi Tasi. Levido converts, NS 30-10.

4:11PM A beautiful Luke Kelly kick is ruled to have gone out on the full. Dane Nielsen and one of the commentators think it's a dud call. One commentator says that if he gave his 3-2-1 votes now, Kelly would get the three, says he's been excellent.

4:15PM Blacktown attacking the line and almost score. Commentators say that one and possibly two attackers were taken out by the NS defence.

4:18PM NSWRL match centre says that Burgess is back on, replacing Tobias Rudolf. (55 mins).

4:21PM Eli Levido has options and decides on Cameron Murray who scores NS's seventh try. Levido misses from in front. NS 34-10.

4:22PM NSWRL match centre says that Ed Murphy is on, replacing Latrell Robinson. (59 mins).

4:23PM Blacktown kickoff goes out on full. NS makes the most of it, with Ed Murphy scoring in the corner on what must be his first touch of the ball. Levido converts from the touchline, against the wind. NS 40-10.

4:23PM NSWRL match centre says that Dave Tyrell is back on, replacing Clayton Williams. (61 mins).

4:32PM NSWRL match centre says that Anthony Cherrington is back on, replacing Cheyne Whitelaw. (70 mins).

4:33PM Blacktown butcher a try with a forward pass. NS makes break from scrum; play concludes with a kick that just goes dead, ahead of the outstretched arms of Moceidreke. Blacktown get a 20m restart, and shortly after gets a try. NS 40-16.

4:35PM NS's kickoff goes out on the full. Blacktown gets another try. NS 40-20. Conversion attempt unsuccessful.

Second Half Tweets
3:58PM North Sydney Bears
Bears kickoff to start the second half.

4:05PM Manly Sea Eagles
Sea Eagles full-back Kyle Eather leaves field with hip injury. Bears lead 24-10 after 43 minutes.

4:09PM Manly Sea Eagles
Bears lead 30-10 in Intrust after try to five-eighth Sita Moceidreke. 48 minutes gone.

4:10PM North Sydney Bears
46 min Try to Siti Moceidreke and Levido goal. Bears 30 Blacktown 10.

4:12PM North Sydney Bears
48' Sitiveni Moceidreke scores after a surprise attack in the left Levido penalty Bears 30-10

4:23PM Manly Sea Eagles
Try to Bears second rower Cameron Murray scores for a 34-10 lead after 61 minutes.

4:24PM North Sydney Bears
61' Cameron Murray in Bears 34-10

4:27PM North Sydney Bears
63' Ed Murphy scores in right corner Eli Levido is successful with the kick Bears 40-10

4:28PM Manly Sea Eagles
Bears score a converted try through Ed Murphy to lead 40-10 in Intrust after 66 minutes.

4:37PM North Sydney Bears
74' Workers No. 6 breaks away to score under the posts. Conversion successful Bears 40-16

4:38PM North Sydney Bears
76' @BWSeaEagles in again Bears 40-20

4:40PM Manly Sea Eagles
Tries to Pita Godinet and Jono Wright leave the Sea Eagles trailing the Bears 40-20 with three minutes remaining.

4:42PM North Sydney Bears
FULLTIME - the Mighty Bears are winners 40-20 over the @BWSeaEagles
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 12, 2017 6:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks for the summary. Great to get another win!
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 12, 2017 6:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

girvie wrote:
Thanks for the summary. Great to get another win!

Thanks. Apologies for the typos. I note that I described Cameron Murray's try as NS's seventh - this should have said "sixth".

And yes, two wins in a row is great.
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Bears Go Back-To-BackWith Blacktown Win
Simon Masterton
Sun 12th March, 2017


Biting Back: The North Sydney Bears responded in perfect fashion after conceding an early try.

The North Sydney Bears have put the newly-formed Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles to the sword in Round 2 of the Intrust Super Premiership NSW, defeating their opponents 40-20 at HE Laybutt Fields.

The Bears, who experienced one of the smallest player turnovers over the off season, performed as a cohesive unit against a Sea Eagles outfit still finding its feet in the competition. Co-captains Eli Levido and Brad Deitz led from the front, while George Burgess was hard to handle and Cameron Murray put forward a typical hard-working performance for North Sydney.

It didn't take long for the home side to build pressure, however, with a penalty followed by an accidental North Sydney play over the sideline gifting Blacktown three successive sets. The Sea Eagles crossed the stripe off the resulting scrum through Viliame Kaveinga, with a simple right-side movement bringing the game's first points. The conversion attempt from Joey Lussick was unsuccessful and Blacktown had a 4-0 lead.

The visitors looked like hitting back when Tom Burgess was held up over the line, but after 10 scoreless minutes the Bears would eventually get on the scoreboard via hooker Deitz. With Levido slotting the conversion from in front, North Sydney were up 6-4.

Almost instantly, the Sea Eagles' woes were compounded when leaders Deitz and Levido combined for a classy four-pointer up the middle. The dummy-half split the Blacktown defence for a 30-metre line-break, offloading to Levido to cross under the posts - a try he converted for a 12-4 lead.

Momentum had well and truly turned at HE Laybutt Fields and next up it was the Bears' big men time to shine; Cameron Murray first broke the Sea Eagles' defence through a strong run before Tom Burgess charged over two plays later for his side's third. Once again converted from in front, North Sydney led 18 points to four.

Eventually the Sea Eagles got another chance to spend time in an attacking position and with a nice pass from Jackson Hastings, they made the most of it; the former Rooster offloaded to bench forward Sarafu Fatiaki, who scored to reduce the deficit to eight.

The ball still looked to be in North Sydney's court and the visitors soon scored another, this time through a dangerous-looking Siosifa Talakai. Levido successfully added the extras, making the half-time score 24-10.

The second stanza didn't start in ideal fashion for the Bears, who sent the kick-off out on the full, but they managed to sustain early pressure from their opponents. In the 47th minute the North Sydney side added to their advantage with a try to Sitiveni Moceidreke, thanks to a timely in-goal offload from Tautalatasi Tasi. With that converted the scoreboard read 30-10 in favour of the Bears.

Cameron Murray was the next to get on the score sheet, with a hard, flat run from close to the try line drawing three defenders - but still resulting in points. From almost in front, Levido missed the conversion in his first major error, so scores remained 34 points to 10.

Things went from bad to worse for the Sea Eagles, kicking the ball out on the full in the resulting restart and conceding in the next set. Five-eighth Pita Godinet attempted an optimistic intercept close to his try line but failed to take it cleanly, giving the Bears a clear overlap and allowing experienced winger Ed Murphy a try in one of his first touches since taking the field. Levido added the extras from out wide for a 40-10 score line.

The Sea Eagles were having no luck and halfback Jackson Hastings appeared to set up Tyler Cassel for a try, only for the pass to be called forward. A break from Tyrell Fuimaono soon had the Bears back on the attack, but they failed to add points from that opportunity. With fatigue setting in late in the game, Godinet made the most of conditions with a 40-metre line-break and try. It left scores at 40-16.

For the third time of the afternoon, the resulting kick-off landed over the sideline and it gave the home side an opportunity to reduce the deficit. Godinet fount Matthew Wright, who found Jonathan Wright in the left corner - while the conversion attempt sailed wide, it gave the Sea Eagles a slightly more respectable 40-20 scoreline at the game's conclusion.
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http://www.northsydneybears.com.au/late-mail-intrust-super-team-round-two-v-sea-eagles/
Late Mail – Intrust Super Team for Round Two v Sea Eagles
March 12, 2017
Coach Ben Gardiner has named the following seventeen man squad to face Blacktown Workers in the Intrust Super Premiership.

Round Two | Blacktown Workers vs North Sydney |Harold Laybutt Sporting Complex | 3:00 pm | 12/03/2017

1 Latrell Robinson
2 Dane Nielsen
3 Tyrell Fuimaono
18 Siosifa Talakai
6 Sitiveni Moceidreke
19 Luke Kelly
7 Eli Levido
8 Tom Burgess
9 Bradley Deitz (C)
13 Anthony Cherrington
17 Tautalatasi Tasi
12 Cameron Murray
20 Dave Tyrell

Interchange
10 Tobias Rudolf
15 Clayton Williams
16 Cheyne Whitelaw
5 Edward Murphy

Coach: Ben Gardiner
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