Holden Cup Results - Round 4

A brief summary of results from Round 4 of the 2013 Holden Cup Under 20's National Youth Competition.

Round 4 sees the Penrith Panthers continue their unbeaten run at the top of the competition, now all alone at the top, but with Melbourne, Canterbury and Canberra all in the chasing pack. The Dragons remain bolted to the foot of the ladder after a loss to the Sharks.

See below for the results and scorers from the weekend:

 


 

Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 28 (Jake Trbojevic, Michael Stig, Sam Short, Clinton Gutherson, Charlie Taylor tries; Clinton Gutherson 4/6 goals) defeated Wests Tigers 16 (Salesi Funaki 2, David Nofoaluma tries; Manaia Rudolph 2/3 goals) at Bluetongue Central Coast Stadium, Gosford, Thursday 5:50pm. Halftime: Sea Eagles 12-4. Referee: Gavin Reynolds.

Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 36 (Costner Lemafa 2, Patrick Templeman 2, Moses Mbye, Pio Seci, Dylan Rintoul tries; Patrick Templeman 4/7 goals) defeated South Sydney Rabbitohs 32 (Nick Hedley, Christian Hazard, Jackson Garlick, Siosaia Tanginoa, Aaron Gray, Bradley Croad tries; Will Paterson 4/6 goals) at ANZ Stadium, Sydney Olympic Park, Friday 1:45pm. Halftime: Bulldogs 28-16. Referee: Ziggy Preklasa-Adamski.

Melbourne Storm 28 (Denny Solomona 3, Brenden Treston, Corey McGrady tries; Niua Finau Puaka 4/5 goals) defeated Brisbane Broncos 24 (Paul Byrnes 2, Caleb Timu, Corey Oates, Ajuma Adams tries; Cameron Cullen 2/3, Ashley Taylor 0/2 goals) at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, Friday 5:50pm AEDT. Halftime: Storm 18-10. Referee: Tim Rutherford.

Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 36 (Fa'amanu Brown 4, Jake Walsh, Kieron Rollinson tries; Jake Walsh 6/6 goals) defeated St. George Illawarra Dragons 24 (Wesley Lolo 2, Kem Seru, Charly Runciman, Yaw Kiti Glymin tries; Shannon Crook 2/5 goals) at Sharks Stadium, Woolooware, Saturday 5:15pm. Halftime: Sharks 24-12. Referees: Adam Gee & Grant Atkins.

Penrith Panthers 40 (Dallin Watene Zelezniak 3, Daniel Foster 2, Kieran Moss 2 tries; Bryce Cartwright 6/7 goals) defeated Gold Coast Titans 12 (Jared Teo, Mitchum Ardler tries; Sam Harrold 2/2 goals) at Centrebet Stadium, Penrith, Sunday 12:45pm. Halftime: 12-all. Referee: Michael Wise.

Canberra Raiders 30 (Anthony Milford 2, Brenko Lee, Mitchell Shaw, Jack Creith, Jono Kent tries; Anthony Milford 3/6 goals) defeated Newcastle Knights 26 (Honeti Tuha 2, Lachlan Shipard 2, Tom Rouse tries; Lachlan Shipard 1/6 goals) at Hunter Stadium, New Lambton, Sunday 4:15pm. Halftime: Knights 16-4. Referee: Chris Sutton.

New Zealand Warriors 25 (Ken Maumalo, Stedman Lefau, Mason Lino, Sam Lisone tries; Mason Lino 4/5 goals, 1 field goal) defeated North Queensland Cowboys 6 (Zac Mackay try; Sam Foster 1/1 goals) at Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland, Monday 1:45pm AEDT. Halftime: Warriors 10-0. Referees: Dave Munro & Shane Rehm.

Sydney Roosters 22 (Jack Goodsell, Brendan Elliot, Taane Milne, Rhyse Martin, Nene Macdonald tries; Brendan Elliot 1/4, Rhyse Martin 0/1 goals) defeated Parramatta Eels 20 (Sam Gorman, Frazer Masinamua, James Tuitahi, Takai Moeakiola tries; Mitchell Brasington 2/4 goals) at Allianz Stadium, Moore Park, Monday 4:45pm. Halftime: Eels 16-0. Referee: Clayton Sharpe.

 


 

National Youth Competition ladder, updated after Round 4:

Pos Team P W L D B F A Diff Pts
1 Penrith Panthers 4 4
0
-
-
142
60
+82
8
2 Melbourne Storm
4 3
1
-
-
110
78
+32
6
3 Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs
4 3
1
-
-
124
106
+18
6
4 Canberra Raiders
4 3
1
-
-
128
112
+16
6
5 Sydney Roosters
4 3
1
-
-
94
104
-10
6
6 Wests Tigers
4 2
2
-
-
96
76
+20
4
7 Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles
4 2
2
-
-
96
90
+6
4
8 Brisbane Broncos
4 2
2
-
-
122
118
-4
4
9 New Zealand Warriors
4 2
2
-
-
77
96
-19
4
10 North Queensland Cowboys
4 2
2
-
-
78
101
-23
4
11 Parramatta Eels
4 1
3
-
-
96
102
-6
2
12 Newcastle Knights
4 1
3
-
-
84
92
-8
2
13 South Sydney Rabbitohs
4 1
3
-
-
102
112
-10
2
14 Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks
4 1
3
-
-
90
109
-19
2
15 Gold Coast Titans
4 1
3
-
-
83
120
-37
2
16 St. George Illawarra Dragons
4 1
3
-
-
98
144
-46
2
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