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In their second trial match of 2006 the Bears Premier League side have matched the Newtown Jets 6 tries apiece. In a fiercely competitive match the Bears showed intensity and purpose and performed admirably under a high penalty count.
Against a Newtown side that boasted no less than 10 players with NRL experience, halves Ben Black and Daniel Russell led the side well. Both players are great communicators and they gave the newly formed side direction around the park. Also on hand were Melbourne Storm players Sam Tagataese and Ryan Shortland.
Despite the strong showing Josh White believes they can improve. ?It was a roller coaster performance and you know what, that?s good because there?s room for improvement. You don?t win Grand Finals in February?.
Also played at Henson Park prior to the Premier League the Bears Flegg side faced the Roosters while the Jets Jim Beam Cup side defeated Asquith 22-10.
PHOTO: Hard running Karl Johnson barges through the Newtown defence.
Picture by Steve Little.
All four grades trial again this weekend. The Premier League will fly up to Tweed Heads to play the Tweed Heads Seagulls on 18th February. The Flegg will play Parramatta at Cabramatta Sports Ground also on the 18th while the Junior Reps will trial against Mt Annan also on Saturday the
For more action photos of the North Sydney Flegg and Premier League over the weekend go to the photos section -
The North Sydney Rugby League Football Club can be contacted on 9466 8860, by e-mail [email protected], or check out the website at