News Manu Vatuvei voted Favourite Son <p>Manu Vatuvei is both feared and respected as ‘The Beast' on the field but the giant Vodafone Warriors winger's golden smile and compassion off the field have won him the hearts of rugby league fans who have voted him the game's Harvey Norman Women in League ‘Favourite Son'.</p><p>Vatuvei has been honoured for his "efforts and attitude that inspire women to be part of the rugby league family at all levels".</p><p>The award was presented to Vatuvei at today's launch of the 2014 Harvey Norman Women in League Round in front of more than 230 guests at Sydney's Museum of Contemporary Art.</p><p>"I am proud and humbled to receive this. It's an awesome award, not just for me personally but most of all for my club and my family," said Vatuvei.</p><p>"I'd like to recognise and thank all our members, fans, team-mates, friends and family for their unbelievable support in voting for me.</p><p>"I also want to make special mention of my mother who has played such an important part in my life as well as (my wife) Jen and our girls who are always there to support me."</p><p>Vatuvei was running third late last week but surged into a clear lead on the back of a fantastic response to the Vodafone Warriors' ‘Vote for Vatuvei' social media campaign.</p><p>A photo posted by Vatuvei with his mother Tangikina in the lead-up to the Mother's Day match against Canberra on Saturday was a big vote catcher.</p><p>While paying credit to his mother, wife and daughters today, Vatuvei has always singled out his father Siosifa for special attention, too. He was ever-present at Mount Smart Stadium in Vatuvei's development squad years, bringing his son to training and waiting in the car park to take him home afterwards.</p><p>At today's launch of the Women in League Round, NRL chief executive Dave Smith said his vision is to ensure women and girls feel included and engaged in every aspect of the rugby league family.</p><p>He said Vatuvei embodied this vision through his inspirational work on and off the field.</p><p>Vatuvei's wife Jen was at the announcement which sees him join a prestigious list of previous ‘Favourite Son' award winners: Hazem El Masri (2009), Nathan Hindmarsh (2010), today's MC Petero Civoniceva (2011), Luke Burt (2012) and Anthony Minichiello (2013).</p><p>In an NRL career now in its 11<sup>th</sup> season, Vatuvei plays his 180th game when he lines up against the Bulldogs in Hamilton on Sunday. With 125 career tries he has been the Warriors' top or equal top try-scorer each of the last seven seasons and he is leading the charge again this year with seven in eight games. He has also played 24 Tests for New Zealand and two All Stars matches.</p><p>Vatuvei's award is the first major NRL accolade for the Vodafone Warriors in several years. Ruben Wiki won the Ken Stephen Medal in 2007, the Vodafone Warriors were named the One Community Club of the Year in 2008 and community manager Petrece Kesha won the Women in League award in 2009.</p><p>Smith said the role of women in the game had grown substantially in the past 12 months - but there was still a long way to go.</p><p>"We need to change the entire culture within the game to the point where it is normal to have a female in any role," he said.</p><p>"So, in future, we will see more mums and daughters participation, not just as players but as game officials, coaches and club administrators.</p><p>"We must have more women at the top if we are to deliver effective leadership.</p><p>"And we must have more women in every other aspect of our game if we are to have wider appeal - that means Boards, senior executive roles, in our clubs and State Leagues.</p><p>"And that will be a focus of the NRL over the next 12 months."</p><p>He announced there will be a women's Test between Australia and New Zealand as the curtain-raiser to the Australia-Toa Samoa Four Nations clash in Wollongong in November.</p><p>"This will be a re-match between the best two women's teams in the world … the teams which fought out the World Cup final last year," he said.</p><p>Player registrations have increased 66 per cent in the past 12 months (from 4741 in 2013 to 7216 in 2014). And women's involvement at all levels continues to grow from grassroots, where 40 per cent of club positions are held by women, to the NRL.</p><p>At the same time, the profile of women in rugby league has also continued to rise, with significant milestones in the past 12 months including appointments such as Raelene Castle as Bulldogs CEO, Corene Strauss as Men of League CEO, Rebecca Frizelle as Titans Board Chair and Linda Burney as ARL Indigenous Council Chair; the Jillaroos winning the Women's Rugby League World Cup for the first time, and the recent women's match played as a curtain-raiser to the Test; and Kasey Badger and Belinda Sleeman becoming the first female referees to be included in the full-time elite match officials squad.</p><p>World Cup-winning Jillaroos Sam Hammond and Ruan Sims were among the guests at today's lunch to celebrate the role of women in the game, along with Rugby League Ambassadors Nathan Hindmarsh, Nathan Cayless and Mario Fenech, Harvey Norman Chief Executive Katie Page, Bulldogs CEO Raelene Castle, Men of League CEO Corene Strauss, Broncos Director Katie Bickford, NRL's Welfare and Education Committee Professor Catharine Lumby, Referee Kasey Badger and Junior Rugby League representatives.</p><p>NRL clubs and grassroots clubs are supporting the Women in League Round initiative through various activities, including special edition purple socks, pink jerseys and fundraising events for a variety of charities.</p><p>For more information on the Harvey Norman Women in League Round please visit:<strong></strong></p> Wed, 14 May 2014 14:30:00 +1000 Knights terminate ​Zane Tetevano's contract <p>Zane Tetevano has had his contract terminated by the Newcastle Knights due to disciplinary reasons, effective immediately.</p><p>The Knights will however provide the appropriate duty of care for Tetevano as he transitions out of the Club.</p><p>The NRL Integrity Unit is aware of the matter.</p><p>The Club wishes Tetevano all the best for the future.</p> Wed, 14 May 2014 14:25:00 +1000 LeagueUnlimited Intrust Super Cup Teams - 2014 Round 12 <p>The teamlists for Round 12 of the Intrust Super Cup - right here thanks to the QRL.</p><p>All times are listed in AEST (NSW/QLD/VIC) unless otherwise noted.</p> <p>Twitter:&nbsp;<a href="">Follow @LeagueUnlimited</a></p> <p>Facebook:&nbsp;<a title="LU Facebook" href="" target="_blank">Like LeagueUnlimited - NRL &amp; Rugby League News</a></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <hr><p>Wynnum Manly Seagulls have the bye</p><hr><p> Ipswich Jets v Easts Tigers<br/> North Ipswich Reserve, Saturday 17 May 2014<br/> Kickoff 3:00pm<br/> </p> <p> Referees: Chris Anderson; Sideline Officials: Andrew Wareham, Rod Spain; </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Javarn White <strong>2. </strong>Kurt Capewell <strong>3. </strong>Nemani Valekapa <strong>4. </strong>Brendan Marshall <strong>5. </strong>Carlin Anderson <strong>6. </strong>Josh Cleeland <strong>7. </strong>Dane Phillips <strong>8. </strong>Kurtis Lingwoodock <strong>9. </strong>Troy O'Sullivan <strong>10. </strong>Rod Griffin <strong>11. </strong>Josh Seage <strong>12. </strong>Sam Martin <strong>13. </strong>Keiron Lander<BR><strong>14. </strong>Tariki Peneha <strong>17. </strong>Marmin Barba <strong>19. </strong>Wes Conlon <strong>22. </strong>Matt Parcell </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Cameron Munster <strong>2. </strong>Eddie Tautali <strong>3. </strong>Hymel Hunt <strong>4. </strong>Donald Malone <strong>5. </strong>Jarrod McInally <strong>6. </strong>Liam Tyson <strong>7. </strong>Grant Giess <strong>8. </strong>Steven Thorpe <strong>9. </strong>Tom Butterfield <strong>10. </strong>Felise Kaufusi <strong>11. </strong>Dane Hogan <strong>12. </strong>Tim Glasby <strong>13. </strong>Jacob Ling<BR><strong>14. </strong>Liam McDonald <strong>15. </strong>Foisa Peni <strong>16. </strong>Troy Giess <strong>17. </strong>Mitch Garbutt </p> <p> Official Match Hashtag: #JETSvTIGES </p> <p> &nbsp; </p> <hr><p> Northern Pride v Burleigh Bears<br/> Barlow Park, Saturday 17 May 2014<br/> Kickoff 5:30pm<br/> </p> <p> Referees: Tim Rutherford; Sideline Officials: Steve Kanowski, Steve McCullough; </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Hezron Murgha <strong>20. </strong>Semi Tadulala <strong>3. </strong>Javid Bowen <strong>4. </strong>Brent Anderson <strong>5. </strong>Kyle Feldt <strong>6. </strong>Shaun Nona <strong>7. </strong>Robert Lui <strong>21. </strong>Ricky Thorby <strong>9. </strong>Sam Obst <strong>10. </strong>Ben Spina <strong>11. </strong>Blake Leary <strong>12. </strong>Tyrone McCarthy <strong>13. </strong>Davin Crampton<BR><strong>14. </strong>Jason Roos <strong>15. </strong>Joel Riethmuller <strong>16. </strong>Latu Fifita <strong>17. </strong>Sheldon Powe-Hobbs <strong>18. </strong>Alex Starmer <strong>19. </strong>Ryan Ghietti </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Henare Wells <strong>2. </strong>Khan Ahwang <strong>3. </strong>Steve Michaels <strong>4. </strong>Corbin Kiernan <strong>5. </strong>Zac Mackay <strong>6. </strong>Matthew Beddow <strong>7. </strong>Ryley Jacks <strong>8. </strong>Mark Ioane <strong>9. </strong>Matt Keating <strong>10. </strong>Matt Bell <strong>11. </strong>James Dunley <strong>12. </strong>Kyle McConnell <strong>13. </strong>Darren Griffiths<BR><strong>14. </strong>Nafe Seluini <strong>15. </strong>Siuatonga Likiliki <strong>16. </strong>Chris Kitching <strong>17. </strong>Nick Harrold <strong>18. </strong>Jesse Malcolm </p> <p> Official Match Hashtag: #PRIDEvBEARS </p> <p> &nbsp; </p> <hr><p> CQ Capras v Tweed Heads Seagulls<br/> Browne Park, Saturday 17 May 2014<br/> Kickoff 6:00pm<br/> </p> <p> Referees: Michael Gordon; Sideline Officials: Jason McManus, Evan Bayliss; </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Reece Baker <strong>2. </strong>Hughie Stanley <strong>3. </strong>Marco Delapena <strong>4. </strong>Smith Samau <strong>5. </strong>Rhys Williams <strong>6. </strong>Mark Johnstone <strong>7. </strong>Marlon Doak <strong>8. </strong>Arlin Paki <strong>9. </strong>Theeran Pearson <strong>10. </strong>Peter Gallen <strong>11. </strong>Liam Pickersgill <strong>12. </strong>Guy Williams <strong>13. </strong>Gavin Hiscox<BR><strong>15. </strong>John Clayton <strong>17. </strong>Matt Mizzi <strong>21. </strong>Andrew Dale <strong>18. </strong>Brent Crisp </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Jamal Fogarty <strong>2. </strong>Kalifa Faifai Loa <strong>3. </strong>Luke Dumas <strong>4. </strong>Blake Anderson <strong>5. </strong>Tom Merritt <strong>6. </strong>Sam Irwin <strong>7. </strong>Beau Henry <strong>8. </strong>Damian Sironen <strong>9. </strong>Matt King <strong>10. </strong>Pele Peletelese <strong>11. </strong>Cody Nelson <strong>12. </strong>Cory Blair <strong>13. </strong>Tom Kingston<BR><strong>14. </strong>Caleb Binge <strong>15. </strong>Sam Saville <strong>16. </strong>Ben Ridge <strong>17. </strong>Reggie Saunders <strong>18. </strong>Chris Piper </p> <p> Official Match Hashtag: #CQCvTHS </p> <p> &nbsp; </p> <hr><p> Redcliffe Dolphins v Sunshine Coast Falcons<br/> Dolphin Oval, Sunday 18 May 2014<br/> Kickoff 2:00pm<br/> </p> <p> Referees: Liam Kennedy; Sideline Officials: Jarrod Cole, Ron Greentree; Video Referees: Nick Kalpakidis, Tony Maksoud; </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Oliver Regan <strong>2. </strong>Stewart Mills <strong>3. </strong>Aaron Whitchurch <strong>4. </strong>Marty Hatfield <strong>5. </strong>Liam Georgetown <strong>6. </strong>Zach Strasser <strong>7. </strong>Adrian Davis <strong>8. </strong>James Ackerman <strong>9. </strong>Cameron Cullen <strong>10. </strong>Jared Cherry <strong>11. </strong>Sarafu Fatiaki <strong>12. </strong>Joe Bradley <strong>13. </strong>Tom Geraghty<BR><strong>14. </strong>Tom Rowles <strong>15. </strong>Christian Morris <strong>16. </strong>Martin Cordwell <strong>17. </strong>Nick Ritter </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Callum Klein <strong>2. </strong>Joe Meninga <strong>3. </strong>Rowan Klein <strong>4. </strong>Brad Reed <strong>5. </strong>Kyle Van Klaveren <strong>6. </strong>Brett Doherty <strong>7. </strong>Jay Lobwein <strong>8. </strong>Mboya Adams <strong>9. </strong>Matt Gilliman <strong>10. </strong>Ryan Hansen <strong>11. </strong>Jaz Nahu-Main <strong>12. </strong>Jacob Samoa <strong>13. </strong>Thomas Murphy<BR><strong>14. </strong>Brenton Stonier <strong>15. </strong>Rueben Baillie <strong>16. </strong>Nathan Young <strong>17. </strong>James Leavai <strong>18. </strong>Shae Ah Fook </p> <p> Official Match Hashtag: #PHINSvSCF </p> <p> &nbsp; </p> <hr><p> Souths Logan Magpies v Mackay Cutters<br/> Davies Park, Sunday 18 May 2014<br/> Kickoff 2:00pm<br/> </p> <p> Referees: Michael Wise; Sideline Officials: Luke Skinner, Brian Roper; </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Luke Archer <strong>2. </strong>Ramon Filipine <strong>3. </strong>Grant Cooke <strong>4. </strong>Brenko Lee <strong>5. </strong>Jordan Rapana <strong>6. </strong>Jack Ahearn <strong>7. </strong>Rhys Jacks <strong>8. </strong>Andrew Edwards <strong>9. </strong>Kurt Baptiste <strong>10. </strong>Sam Mataora <strong>11. </strong>Shane Duck <strong>12. </strong>Darcy Wright <strong>13. </strong>Phil Dennis<BR><strong>14. </strong>Mitchell Cronin <strong>15. </strong>Leon Panapa <strong>16. </strong>Rez Phillips <strong>17. </strong>Luke Bateman <strong>18. </strong>Simanu Crichton </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Zac Santo <strong>2. </strong>Liam Taylor <strong>3. </strong>Niko Mataia <strong>4. </strong>Josh Benjamin <strong>5. </strong>Chris Ulugia <strong>6. </strong>Brent Warr <strong>7. </strong>Tom Rouse <strong>8. </strong>Sam Hoare <strong>9. </strong>Dave Petersen <strong>10. </strong>Karl Davies <strong>11. </strong>John Asiata <strong>12. </strong>Chris Gesch <strong>13. </strong>Tyson Martin<BR><strong>14. </strong>Doug Hewitt <strong>15. </strong>Mitch Day <strong>16. </strong>Kelvin Nielsen <strong>17. </strong>Ryan Kinlyside <strong>18. </strong>Zac Dalton </p> <p> Official Match Hashtag: #SLMvMC </p> <p> &nbsp; </p> <hr><p> Norths Devils v PNG Hunters<br/> Bishop Park, Sunday 18 May 2014<br/> Kickoff 3:00pm<br/> </p> <p> Referees: Brett Suttor; Sideline Officials: Peter Anderson, Juan Perez; </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Shaun Carney <strong>2. </strong>Michael Lucas <strong>3. </strong>BJ Munns <strong>4. </strong>Dylan Galloway <strong>5. </strong>Kainga Turner <strong>6. </strong>Todd Murphy <strong>7. </strong>Sam Foster <strong>8. </strong>Patrick McPherson <strong>9. </strong>Krys Freeman <strong>10. </strong>Jared Blanke <strong>11. </strong>Chris Faust <strong>12. </strong>Brendon Gibb <strong>13. </strong>James Sharkie<BR><strong>15. </strong>Dean Sheppard <strong>16. </strong>Troyden Watene <strong>17. </strong>Jamie Muller <strong>19. </strong>Brad McKee </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Adex Wera <strong>2. </strong>Garry Lo <strong>3. </strong>Thompson Teteh <strong>4. </strong>Albert Patak <strong>5. </strong>Edward Goma <strong>6. </strong>Noel Zemming <strong>7. </strong>Roger Laka <strong>8. </strong>Joe Bruno <strong>9. </strong>Wartovo Puara <strong>10. </strong>Esau Siune <strong>11. </strong>George Benson <strong>12. </strong>Sebastian Pandia <strong>13. </strong>Adam Korave<BR><strong>14. </strong>Timothy Lomai <strong>15. </strong>Willie Minoga <strong>16. </strong>Lawrence Tu’u <strong>17. </strong>Tiger Emere <strong>18. </strong>Noel Joel <strong>19. </strong>Stanton Albert <strong>20. </strong>Dion Aiye </p> <p> Official Match Hashtag: #DEVILSvPNG </p> <p> &nbsp; </p> <hr> Tue, 13 May 2014 20:09:11 +1000 Mitchell Pearce investigation update <p>The Sydney Roosters have today finalised the internal investigation into the events that led to Mitchell Pearce being issued with an infringement notice for failure to quit a licensed premises in the early hours of last Sunday morning.</p><p>The investigation was concluded in consultation with the NRL Integrity Unit.</p><p>While NSW Police have concluded their investigation and determined that no further police action will be taken, the Sydney Roosters have issued sanctions against Pearce and Boyd Cordner for breach of club and NRL standards.</p><p>Pearce has been stood down from one Roosters NRL match and fined $20,000 to be donated to charity. Additionally, a counselling program will be devised for him to adhere to.</p><p>Boyd Cordner, who accompanied Pearce throughout the evening, has been issued with a $5000 fine ($2500 suspended).</p><p>"The club is most disappointed with the events of the weekend. The club and NRL have strong policies in place and there is a process that has had to run its course," said Sydney Roosters Chief Operating Officer Football, Brian Canavan.</p><p>"Mitchell and Boyd have accepted the club sanctions and shown genuine remorse for the negative spotlight both have attracted to the Roosters and the game by breaching the club's and NRL's standards.</p><p>"Both are important contributors to our club, and the game, and we will continue to work closely with them to ensure their continued personal development off the field."</p><p>The Sydney Roosters will be making no further comment.</p> Tue, 13 May 2014 17:20:00 +1000 LeagueUnlimited Ron Massey Teams - 2014 Round 9 <p>All times are listed in AEST (NSW/QLD/VIC) unless otherwise noted.</p> <p>Twitter:&nbsp;<a href="">Follow @LeagueUnlimited</a></p> <p>Facebook:&nbsp;<a title="LU Facebook" href="" target="_blank">Like LeagueUnlimited - NRL &amp; Rugby League News</a></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <hr><p> Kingsgrove Colts v Guildford<br/> Hurstville Oval, Saturday 17 May 2014<br/> Kickoff 2:00pm<br/> </p> <p> Referees: Jeff Hartup; Sideline Officials: Damien Briscoe, Faye Breslin; </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Jordie Hedges <strong>2. </strong>Dwayne Brown <strong>3. </strong>Jayden Tavae <strong>4. </strong>Misieli Vaikeli <strong>5. </strong>Fred Collina <strong>6. </strong>Aidan Carney <strong>7. </strong>Abbas Miskie <strong>8. </strong>Billy Tsikrikas <strong>9. </strong>Rhys Norman <strong>10. </strong>Richard Pohahau <strong>11. </strong>Matthew Douglas <strong>12. </strong>Sam Matakaiono <strong>13. </strong>Jade Ferguson<BR><strong>14. </strong>George Keates <strong>15. </strong>Jason Briot <strong>16. </strong>Iona Atoni <strong>17. </strong>Moses Manufekai </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Leva Li <strong>2. </strong>Jason Gray <strong>3. </strong>Fou Tagilima <strong>4. </strong>Harmony Hunt <strong>5. </strong>Lachlan Roe <strong>6. </strong>Dylan Izzard <strong>7. </strong>Mark Daoud <strong>8. </strong>Paul Tuigamala <strong>9. </strong>Ben Ellis <strong>10. </strong>Casey Ellis <strong>11. </strong>Dylan McKeown <strong>12. </strong>Chris Saab <strong>13. </strong>Luke Fahey<BR><strong>14. </strong>Paula Kaufusi <strong>15. </strong>Jack Anderson <strong>16. </strong>Alec Bush <strong>17. </strong>Shane Hunt </p> <p> Official Match Hashtag: #RMCup </p> <p> &nbsp; </p> <hr><p> Blacktown Workers v Windsor Wolves<br/> HE Laybutt Sporting Complex, Saturday 17 May 2014<br/> Kickoff 3:00pm<br/> </p> <p> Referees: Drew Oultram; Sideline Officials: Daniel Olford, Andrew Gilchrist; </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>John Taaga <strong>2. </strong>Regan Haika <strong>3. </strong>Byron Fruean <strong>4. </strong>Akeripa Tia-Kilifi <strong>5. </strong>Sakeo Dibeci <strong>6. </strong>Charlie Latulipe <strong>7. </strong>Pat Weisner <strong>8. </strong>Jake Shearer <strong>9. </strong>Josh Grant <strong>10. </strong>Iupati Eni <strong>11. </strong>Will Key <strong>12. </strong>Jerry Key <strong>13. </strong>Hamilton Valeupa<BR><strong>14. </strong>Josh Fraser <strong>15. </strong>Nofoa Leapai <strong>16. </strong>Jordan Strickland <strong>17. </strong>John Leopai <strong>18. </strong>Jake Attard </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Daniel Cooper <strong>2. </strong>Kauri Aupouri <strong>3. </strong>Kieran Croft <strong>4. </strong>PJ Cartwright <strong>5. </strong>Chris Aunese-Scanlan <strong>6. </strong>Matt Boss <strong>7. </strong>Eli Makaui <strong>8. </strong>Hutch Maiava <strong>9. </strong>Vila Halafihi <strong>10. </strong>Ryan Tramonte <strong>11. </strong>Ian Riccardi <strong>12. </strong>Shenelle Haumono <strong>13. </strong>Mitchell Clark<BR><strong>14. </strong>Pat Hollis <strong>15. </strong>Matt Lupi <strong>16. </strong>Campbell Battye-Smith <strong>17. </strong>Ryan Kusak </p> <p> Official Match Hashtag: #RMCup </p> <p> &nbsp; </p> <hr><p> Western Suburbs Magpies v The Entrance Tigers<br/> Lidcombe Oval, Saturday 17 May 2014<br/> Kickoff 3:00pm<br/> </p> <p> Referees: Ryan Jackson; Sideline Officials: Jimmy Oliveira, Peter Scibberas; </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Sam Aiga <strong>2. </strong>Tom Satterthwaite <strong>3. </strong>Rusty Bristow <strong>4. </strong>Junior Vai Vai <strong>16. </strong>Jerome Mose <strong>6. </strong>Trent Jennings <strong>7. </strong>Andrew Sultana <strong>8. </strong>Shane Lalogafau <strong>9. </strong>Dayne Craig <strong>10. </strong>Jarrad Szczudlo <strong>11. </strong>Nu Akeripa <strong>12. </strong>Mason Talolua <strong>13. </strong>Tunui Maurangi<BR><strong>14. </strong>George Khoury <strong>17. </strong>Luke Williams <strong>18. </strong>Sonny Bristow <strong>19. </strong>Fred Tevago </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Matt Killick <strong>2. </strong>Suni Fatialofa <strong>3. </strong>Alan Mulia Mulau <strong>4. </strong>Brad Chatfield <strong>5. </strong>Harley Ridge <strong>6. </strong>Scott Jones <strong>7. </strong>Jake Fitzpatrick <strong>8. </strong>Faailonga Fioni <strong>9. </strong>Jye Newton <strong>10. </strong>Dylan Theuerjahr <strong>11. </strong>Troy Adams <strong>12. </strong>Alan Munro <strong>13. </strong>Tim Baldwin<BR><strong>14. </strong>Shane Wooden <strong>15. </strong>Ryan O’Hara <strong>16. </strong>Sinbad Kali <strong>17. </strong>Tyler Hepi </p> <p> Official Match Hashtag: #RMCup </p> <p> &nbsp; </p> <hr><p> Asquith Magpies v Auburn Warriors<br/> Storey Park, Sunday 18 May 2014<br/> Kickoff 3:00pm<br/> </p> <p> Referees: Damien Briscoe; Sideline Officials: Joshua McGowan, Mitchell Stone; </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Jack Hawkins <strong>2. </strong>Greg Davis <strong>23. </strong>Jeco Marketu <strong>4. </strong>Adam Kalcina <strong>5. </strong>Michael Pearsall <strong>6. </strong>Ben Fisher <strong>7. </strong>Aaron Groom <strong>11. </strong>Ina Papera <strong>9. </strong>Luke Jay <strong>24. </strong>Joel Tubbs <strong>3. </strong>Josh Nichols <strong>12. </strong>Petros Thanolls <strong>13. </strong>Joel Latham<BR><strong>14. </strong>Brendan Hurd <strong>15. </strong>Daniel Vasek <strong>16. </strong>Bryce Holland <strong>17. </strong>Steven Tavita </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Fiteli Fatai <strong>2. </strong>John Sila <strong>3. </strong>Heka Nanai <strong>4. </strong>Matt Utai <strong>5. </strong>Sione Kaiveleta <strong>6. </strong>Lindon Mcgrady <strong>7. </strong>Arthur Little <strong>8. </strong>Sione Tovo <strong>9. </strong>Luke Ferry <strong>10. </strong>Tupou Iongi <strong>11. </strong>Hala Akauola <strong>12. </strong>Pat Mafi <strong>13. </strong>Chris Binge<BR><strong>14. </strong>Joe Mua <strong>15. </strong>Jordan Bowles <strong>16. </strong>Jason Tuulau <strong>17. </strong>Jordan Hall <strong>18. </strong>Jamie Stanley </p> <p> Official Match Hashtag: #RMCup </p> <p> &nbsp; </p> <hr><p> Wentworthville Magpies v Burwood Nth Ryde United<br/> Ringrose Park, Sunday 18 May 2014<br/> Kickoff 3:00pm<br/> </p> <p> Referees: Scott Murray; Sideline Officials: Brendan Lucas, Jeff Hartup; </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Evander Cummins <strong>2. </strong>James Tuitahi <strong>3. </strong>Jake Butler-Fleming <strong>4. </strong>Daniel Barakat <strong>5. </strong>Ben Fritz <strong>6. </strong>Sam Gorman <strong>7. </strong>Brendan Waters <strong>8. </strong>Tui Kamiakmakia <strong>9. </strong>Blake Cook <strong>10. </strong>Justin Lemalu <strong>11. </strong>Joey Matapuku <strong>12. </strong>Valu Nasio <strong>13. </strong>Mitchell Stanfield<BR><strong>14. </strong>Walter Vaeau <strong>15. </strong>Chris Chalmers <strong>16. </strong>Pat Mataele <strong>19. </strong>Lionel O'Malley <strong>24. </strong>Taunaola Kei </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Kane Morgan <strong>2. </strong>Joe Kavoa <strong>3. </strong>Tuiniua Paiaaua <strong>4. </strong>Barry Nathan <strong>5. </strong>Eli Roberts <strong>6. </strong>Joshua Phillips <strong>7. </strong>James Coote <strong>8. </strong>Brendan Tarrant <strong>9. </strong>Shae Jarvis <strong>10. </strong>Sione Kite <strong>11. </strong>Josh Toole <strong>12. </strong>Joe Flint <strong>13. </strong>Ajay Vaivaka<BR><strong>15. </strong>Ilija Radan <strong>16. </strong>Mitch Devine <strong>17. </strong>Ali Musri <strong>18. </strong>Kava Utoikamanu </p> <p> Official Match Hashtag: #RMCup </p> <p> &nbsp; </p> <hr> Tue, 13 May 2014 16:31:28 +1000 LeagueUnlimited VB Cup Teams - 2014 Round 10 <p>All the teamlists for Round 10 of the VB NSW Cup thanks to each of the clubs and NSWRL.</p><p>All times are listed in AEST (NSW/QLD/VIC) unless otherwise noted.</p> <p>Twitter:&nbsp;<a href="">Follow @LeagueUnlimited</a></p> <p>Facebook:&nbsp;<a title="LU Facebook" href="" target="_blank">Like LeagueUnlimited - NRL &amp; Rugby League News</a></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <hr><p>Mounties have the bye</p><hr><p> Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs v Penrith Panthers<br/> Belmore Sports Ground, Friday 16 May 2014<br/> Kickoff 6:00pm<br/> </p> <p> Referees: Daniel Olford; Sideline Officials: Rohan Best, Jay Farlow; </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Tyrone Phillips <strong>2. </strong>Corey Thompson <strong>3. </strong>Levi Dodd <strong>4. </strong>Krisnan Inu <strong>5. </strong>Kayne Brennan <strong>6. </strong>Patrick Templeman <strong>7. </strong>Jaline Graham <strong>8. </strong>Lloyd Perrett <strong>9. </strong>Damien Cook <strong>10. </strong>Harlan Alaalatoa <strong>11. </strong>Lachlan Burr <strong>12. </strong>Reni Maitua <strong>13. </strong>Pat O'Hanlon<BR><strong>14. </strong>Makahesi Makatoa <strong>15. </strong>Steve Azzi <strong>16. </strong>Ed Murphy <strong>19. </strong>David Minute <strong>20. </strong>Lindon Mcgrady </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Kieren Moss <strong>2. </strong>Eto Nabuli <strong>3. </strong>Nathan Smith <strong>4. </strong>William Smith <strong>5. </strong>Kevin Naiqama <strong>6. </strong>Luke Capewell <strong>7. </strong>Daniel Foster <strong>8. </strong>Sam Anderson <strong>9. </strong>Kierran Moseley <strong>10. </strong>Regan Campbell-Gillard <strong>11. </strong>Ben Murdoch-Masila <strong>12. </strong>Anthony Cherrington <strong>13. </strong>Bryce Cartwright<BR><strong>14. </strong>Liam Ayoub <strong>15. </strong>Tom Eisenhuth <strong>16. </strong>Leilani Latu <strong>17. </strong>Vaipuna Tia Kilifi </p> <p> Official Match Hashtag: #VBNSWCup </p> <p> &nbsp; </p> <hr><p> Wentworthville Magpies v Illawarra Cutters<br/> Pirtek Stadium, Saturday 17 May 2014<br/> Kickoff 12:45pm<br/> </p> <p> Referees: Ziggy Przeklasa-Adamski; Sideline Officials: Michael Laverty, Brenden Wood; </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Justin Hunt <strong>2. </strong>Henry Raiwalui <strong>3. </strong>Ryan Morgan <strong>4. </strong>Vai Toutai <strong>5. </strong>Bureta Faraimo <strong>6. </strong>Api Pewhairangi <strong>7. </strong>Luke Kelly <strong>8. </strong>Fuifui Moimoi <strong>9. </strong>Brendan McKinnon <strong>10. </strong>Lee Mossop <strong>11. </strong>Joseph Ualesi <strong>12. </strong>Lorenzo Ma'afu <strong>26. </strong>Taniela Lasalo<BR><strong>14. </strong>Danny Howard <strong>15. </strong>Isaac Maliota <strong>16. </strong>Daniel Alvaro <strong>17. </strong>Ben Jones <strong>18. </strong>Liam Foran </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Adam Quinlan <strong>2. </strong>Nathan Green <strong>3. </strong>Charly Runciman <strong>4. </strong>Peter Mata'utia <strong>5. </strong>Yaw Kiti Glymin <strong>6. </strong>Kyle Eather <strong>7. </strong>Michael Witt <strong>8. </strong>Josh Ailaomai <strong>9. </strong>Shane Pumipi <strong>17. </strong>Rory Brien <strong>11. </strong>Matt Groat <strong>12. </strong>Junior Tia-Kilifi <strong>13. </strong>Kyle Stanley<BR><strong>14. </strong>Craig Garvey <strong>18. </strong>Charlie Faingaa <strong>19. </strong>Geoff Daniela <strong>24. </strong>Shannon Wakeman </p> <p> Official Match Hashtag: #VBNSWCup </p> <p> &nbsp; </p> <hr><p> Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles v New Zealand Warriors<br/> Brookvale Oval, Saturday 17 May 2014<br/> Kickoff 3:00pm<br/> </p> <p> Referees: Chris Sutton; Sideline Officials: Jason Higgins, Scott Shepherd; </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Clinton Gutherson <strong>2. </strong>Jayden Horo <strong>3. </strong>Domenic Reardon <strong>4. </strong>Cheyse Blair <strong>5. </strong>Matt Ikuvalu <strong>6. </strong>Masada Iosefa <strong>7. </strong>Manaia Rudolph <strong>8. </strong>Jake Trbojevic <strong>9. </strong>Jayden Hodges <strong>10. </strong>Tyson Andrews <strong>11. </strong>Ligi Sao <strong>12. </strong>Michael Chee-Kam <strong>13. </strong>Daniel Harrison<BR><strong>15. </strong>Todd Wilson <strong>16. </strong>Luke Bartley <strong>17. </strong>Epalahame Lauaki <strong>18. </strong>Dylan Kelly </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Steve Waetford <strong>2. </strong>Jarred Wilson <strong>3. </strong>Solomone Kata <strong>4. </strong>Carlos Tuimavave <strong>5. </strong>Braxton Stanley <strong>6. </strong>Tuimoala Lolohea <strong>7. </strong>Mason Lino <strong>8. </strong>Nathaniel Peteru <strong>9. </strong>Siliva Havili <strong>10. </strong>Upu Poching <strong>11. </strong>Raymond Faitala-Mariner <strong>12. </strong>Dominique Peyroux <strong>13. </strong>John Palavi<BR><strong>14. </strong>Agnatius Paasi <strong>15. </strong>Sam Lisone <strong>16. </strong>Abraham Papalii <strong>17. </strong>Michael Sio </p> <p> Official Match Hashtag: #VBNSWCup </p> <p> &nbsp; </p> <hr><p> Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks v Wests Tigers<br/> Remondis Stadium, Saturday 17 May 2014<br/> Kickoff 3:15pm<br/> </p> <p> Referees: Liam Nicholls; Sideline Officials: Matt Damaso, Richard Daizli; </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Nathan Gardner <strong>2. </strong>Jacob Gagan <strong>3. </strong>Tim Robinson <strong>4. </strong>Mahe Fonua <strong>5. </strong>Nathan Stapleton <strong>6. </strong>Penani Manumalealii <strong>7. </strong>Ben Roberts <strong>8. </strong>Tim Robinson <strong>9. </strong>Pat Politoni <strong>10. </strong>Junior Moors <strong>11. </strong>Sione Masima <strong>12. </strong>Junior Roqica <strong>13. </strong>Tupou Sopoaga<BR><strong>14. </strong>Michael Morris <strong>15. </strong>Mark Mexico <strong>16. </strong>Josh Portlock <strong>17. </strong>Scott Sorenson </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Daniel Abou Sleiman <strong>2. </strong>Marika Koroibete <strong>3. </strong>Keith Lulia <strong>4. </strong>Setefano Taukafa <strong>5. </strong>Jy Hitchcox <strong>6. </strong>Jarred Farlow <strong>7. </strong>Micheal Stevens <strong>8. </strong>Nathan Brown <strong>9. </strong>Joel Luani <strong>10. </strong>Jack Buchanan <strong>11. </strong>Asipeli Fine <strong>12. </strong>Sitaleki Akauola <strong>13. </strong>Kyle Lovett<BR><strong>14. </strong>Michael Bullock <strong>15. </strong>Andy Fiagatusa <strong>16. </strong>Brenden Santi <strong>17. </strong>Inno Inosesio <strong>18. </strong>Sam Hollis </p> <p> Official Match Hashtag: #VBNSWCup </p> <p> &nbsp; </p> <hr><p> Wyong Roos v Newtown Jets<br/> Morry Breen Oval, Sunday 18 May 2014<br/> Kickoff 3:00pm<br/> </p> <p> Referees: Adam Cassidy; Sideline Officials: Jimmy Oliveira, Peter Scibberas; </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Grant Nelson <strong>2. </strong>Kyle Macgregor <strong>3. </strong>Jay Florimo <strong>4. </strong>Shaune Corrigan <strong>5. </strong>Dale Clacherty <strong>6. </strong>Brock Molan <strong>7. </strong>Alex Langbridge <strong>8. </strong>Mark O'Meley <strong>9. </strong>Mitch Williams <strong>10. </strong>Magnus Stromquist <strong>11. </strong>Sam Bernstrom <strong>12. </strong>Tekina Vailea <strong>13. </strong>Bennett Leslie<BR><strong>14. </strong>Inoke Vunipola <strong>15. </strong>Shaun Boss <strong>16. </strong>Blake Carter <strong>17. </strong>Adam Shaw <strong>20. </strong>Nathan Clarke </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Jonathon Reuben <strong>2. </strong>Chris Taripo <strong>3. </strong>Josh Davis <strong>4. </strong>Matt Evans <strong>5. </strong>Tautau Moga <strong>6. </strong>Kurt Kara <strong>7. </strong>Arana Taumata <strong>8. </strong>Kane Evans <strong>9. </strong>Heath L'Estrange <strong>10. </strong>Remi Casty <strong>11. </strong>Ryan Verlinden <strong>12. </strong>Rhyse Martin <strong>13. </strong>Jack Noble<BR><strong>14. </strong>Andrew Pearn <strong>15. </strong>David Harris <strong>16. </strong>Brad Croad <strong>17. </strong>Saulala Houma <strong>21. </strong>Ray Moujalli </p> <p> Official Match Hashtag: #VBNSWCup </p> <p> &nbsp; </p> <hr><p> North Sydney Bears v Newcastle Knights<br/> North Sydney Oval, Sunday 18 May 2014<br/> Kickoff 3:00pm<br/> </p> <p> Referees: Chris Treneman; Sideline Officials: Faye Breslin, John Woods; </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Nathan Merritt <strong>2. </strong>Mark O'Dare <strong>3. </strong>Lote Tuqiri <strong>4. </strong>Joe Uluibau <strong>5. </strong>Curtis Johnston <strong>6. </strong>Kurt Aldridge <strong>7. </strong>Jordan Worboys <strong>8. </strong>Nathaniel Neale <strong>9. </strong>Jackson Garlick <strong>10. </strong>Thomas Burgess <strong>11. </strong>Jesse Roberts <strong>12. </strong>Chris Grevsmuhl <strong>13. </strong>Matt Hyland<BR><strong>14. </strong>Brad Lupi <strong>15. </strong>Duncan Low <strong>16. </strong>Neccrom Areaiiti <strong>17. </strong>Blake South </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Nathan Ross <strong>2. </strong>Josh Mantellato <strong>3. </strong>Brayden Wiliame <strong>4. </strong>Pat Mata'utia <strong>5. </strong>Marcel Ikinofo <strong>6. </strong>Matt Minto <strong>7. </strong>Michael Dobson <strong>30. </strong>Toka Likiliki <strong>9. </strong>Travis Waddell <strong>10. </strong>Paterika Vaivai <strong>25. </strong>James Elias <strong>12. </strong>Tyler Randell <strong>13. </strong>Matt Hilder<BR><strong>14. </strong>Chad Redman <strong>15. </strong>Brenton Horwood <strong>16. </strong>Michael Steele <strong>17. </strong>Dylan Hartin </p> <p> Official Match Hashtag: #VBNSWCup </p> <p> &nbsp; </p> <hr> Tue, 13 May 2014 15:44:47 +1000 LeagueUnlimited NYC Teams - 2014 Round 10 <p>The Holden Cup Under 20's competition moves into the next weekend with two Friday night games to kick things off. Check out all the Round 10 NYC squads & officials as they come to hand here.</p><p>All times are listed in AEST (NSW/QLD/VIC) unless otherwise noted.</p> <p>Twitter:&nbsp;<a href="">Follow @LeagueUnlimited</a></p> <p>Facebook:&nbsp;<a title="LU Facebook" href="" target="_blank">Like LeagueUnlimited - NRL &amp; Rugby League News</a></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <hr><p> South Sydney Rabbitohs v Melbourne Storm<br/> ANZ Stadium, Friday 16 May 2014<br/> Kickoff 5:25pm<br/> </p> <p> Referees: Phil Henderson; Sideline Officials: Mitchell Stone, Scott Shepherd; </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Irae Simone <strong>2. </strong>Tom Hughes <strong>3. </strong>John Olive <strong>4. </strong>Tulsa Saumamao <strong>5. </strong>Sam Young <strong>6. </strong>Brad Wall <strong>7. </strong>Wallace Tangiiti <strong>8. </strong>PJ Los'e <strong>9. </strong>Aaron Booth <strong>10. </strong>Jack Gosiewski <strong>11. </strong>Aaron Gray <strong>12. </strong>Eden Syme <strong>13. </strong>Cheyne Whitelaw<BR><strong>14. </strong>Devon Makoare-Boyce <strong>15. </strong>Joe Gardiner <strong>16. </strong>Zane Musgrove <strong>17. </strong>Ofa Felila <strong>18. </strong>Tevita Cottrell </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad <strong>2. </strong>Junior Kirisome <strong>3. </strong>Niua Finau-Puaka <strong>4. </strong>Reubenn Rennie <strong>5. </strong>Suliasi Vunivalu <strong>6. </strong>Brayden Torpy <strong>7. </strong>Jake Turpin <strong>8. </strong>Christian Welch <strong>9. </strong>Billy Brittain <strong>10. </strong>Dean Britt <strong>11. </strong>Joe Stimson <strong>12. </strong>Nelson Asofa-Solomona <strong>13. </strong>Francis Tualau<BR><strong>14. </strong>Sheldon Pitama <strong>15. </strong>Ben Halfpenny <strong>16. </strong>Vincent Rennie <strong>17. </strong>Charlie Galo </p> <p> Official Match Hashtag: #NYCsoumel </p> <p> &nbsp; </p> <hr><p> Brisbane Broncos v Gold Coast Titans<br/> Suncorp Stadium, Friday 16 May 2014<br/> Kickoff 5:25pm<br/> </p> <p> Referees: Peter Gough; Sideline Officials: Liam Kennedy, Marcus Schooth; </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Ashley Taylor <strong>2. </strong>Elijah Alick <strong>3. </strong>Junior Taefu <strong>4. </strong>Jack Tuttle <strong>5. </strong>Tom Opacic <strong>6. </strong>Jayden Nikorima <strong>7. </strong>Duncan Paia'Aua <strong>8. </strong>Lindsay Collins <strong>9. </strong>Jayden Berrell <strong>10. </strong>Aaron Rockley <strong>11. </strong>Alex Barr <strong>12. </strong>Brett Greinke <strong>13. </strong>Brandon Lee<BR><strong>14. </strong>Jai Arrow <strong>15. </strong>Francis Molo <strong>16. </strong>Jo Ofanhengaue <strong>17. </strong>Ajuma Adams <strong>18. </strong>Sam Gee </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Jahrome Hughes <strong>2. </strong>Brian Kelly <strong>3. </strong>Jaiden Hawkes <strong>4. </strong>Connor Broadhurst <strong>5. </strong>Zac Spring <strong>6. </strong>Christian Hazard <strong>7. </strong>Kane Elgey <strong>8. </strong>Oshea Tuiasau <strong>9. </strong>Deacon Fletcher <strong>10. </strong>Mitch Sharp <strong>11. </strong>Harrison Hughes <strong>12. </strong>Anthony Colman <strong>13. </strong>Parahi Wilson<BR><strong>14. </strong>Ethan Price <strong>15. </strong>Perry Ioane <strong>16. </strong>Rory Humphries <strong>17. </strong>Junior Marsters <strong>18. </strong>Hayden Schwass <strong>19. </strong>Nathan Portelli </p> <p> Official Match Hashtag: #NYCbrigld </p> <p> &nbsp; </p> <hr><p> Parramatta Eels v St. George Illawarra Dragons<br/> Pirtek Stadium, Saturday 17 May 2014<br/> Kickoff 10:40am<br/> </p> <p> Referees: Chris Butler, Kasey Badger; Sideline Officials: Todd Smith, Brendan Lucas; Video Referees: Phil Haines; </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Corey Makelim <strong>2. </strong>Fabian Goodall <strong>3. </strong>John Folau <strong>4. </strong>Nathan Davis <strong>5. </strong>Halauafu Lavaka <strong>6. </strong>Ryan Matterson <strong>7. </strong>Zach Docker-Clay <strong>8. </strong>Tepai Tepu-Smith <strong>9. </strong>Kaysa Pritchard <strong>10. </strong>Kelepi Tanginoa <strong>11. </strong>Tepai Moeroa <strong>12. </strong>Eric Newbigging <strong>13. </strong>Jeff Markus<BR><strong>14. </strong>Joey Lussick <strong>15. </strong>Fred Junior Mauala <strong>16. </strong>Jordan Muna <strong>17. </strong>Brandon Raeli </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Matthew Dufty <strong>2. </strong>Izaac Thompson <strong>3. </strong>Eua Aitken <strong>4. </strong>Brent Anderson <strong>5. </strong>Sitiveni Moceidreke <strong>6. </strong>Drew Hutchison <strong>7. </strong>Adam Clune <strong>8. </strong>Addin Fonua-Blake <strong>9. </strong>Logan Harris <strong>10. </strong>Jack Kavanagh <strong>11. </strong>Wesley Lolo <strong>12. </strong>Jack Bird <strong>13. </strong>Hame Sele<BR><strong>14. </strong>Vincent Stowers <strong>15. </strong>Hayden McRae <strong>16. </strong>Harry Stewart <strong>17. </strong>Dylan Lauri </p> <p> Official Match Hashtag: #NYCparsgi </p> <p> &nbsp; </p> <hr><p> Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks v Wests Tigers<br/> Remondis Stadium, Saturday 17 May 2014<br/> Kickoff 1:15pm<br/> </p> <p> Referees: Lawrence McDonnell; Sideline Officials: Trent Cini, Jay Farlow; </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Valentine Holmes <strong>2. </strong>Dallas Wells <strong>3. </strong>Jamayne Isaako <strong>4. </strong>Anthony Moraitis <strong>5. </strong>Joshua Addo-Carr <strong>6. </strong>Jaden Clarke <strong>7. </strong>Connor Tracey <strong>8. </strong>Chad McGill <strong>9. </strong>Kurt Drysdale <strong>10. </strong>Jake Goodwin <strong>11. </strong>Jake Lawrence <strong>12. </strong>Patrice Siolo <strong>13. </strong>Winstone Asotasi<BR><strong>14. </strong>Jayden Brailey <strong>15. </strong>Sage Wilder <strong>16. </strong>Alec Susino <strong>17. </strong>Harrison Muller </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Mason Farrell <strong>2. </strong>John Tohi <strong>3. </strong>Watson Heleta <strong>4. </strong>Nathan Milone <strong>5. </strong>John Ogden <strong>6. </strong>Te Maire Martin <strong>7. </strong>Eli Levido <strong>8. </strong>Dallas Graham <strong>9. </strong>Manaia Cherrington <strong>10. </strong>Jordan Grant <strong>11. </strong>Salesi Funaki <strong>12. </strong>Lamar Liolevave <strong>13. </strong>Matthew Woods<BR><strong>14. </strong>Hala Masila <strong>15. </strong>Tyler Cassell <strong>16. </strong>Andrew Kazzi <strong>18. </strong>Jake Dooner </p> <p> Official Match Hashtag: #NYCcrowst </p> <p> &nbsp; </p> <hr><p> North Queensland Cowboys v Sydney Roosters<br/> 1300SMILES Stadium, Saturday 17 May 2014<br/> Kickoff 5:15pm<br/> </p> <p> Referees: Jon Stone; Sideline Officials: Dan Munroe, Josh Kersevani; </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Alex Grant <strong>2. </strong>Rainer Power <strong>3. </strong>Lenny Magey <strong>4. </strong>Samsen O'Neill <strong>5. </strong>Scott Schulte <strong>6. </strong>Delayne Ashby <strong>7. </strong>Dan Clarke <strong>8. </strong>Jack Brock <strong>9. </strong>Josh Chudleigh <strong>10. </strong>David Munro <strong>11. </strong>Bill Cullen <strong>12. </strong>Corey Jensen <strong>13. </strong>Andrew Niemoeller<BR><strong>14. </strong>Yamba Bowie <strong>15. </strong>Kieran Quabba <strong>16. </strong>Viliame Kikau <strong>17. </strong>Michael Barclay <strong>18. </strong>Hayden Crowley </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Arthur Currie <strong>2. </strong>Misieli Vaikeli <strong>3. </strong>Brendan Elliott <strong>4. </strong>Taane Milne <strong>5. </strong>Jack Goodsell <strong>6. </strong>Nene Macdonald <strong>7. </strong>Tyler Cornish <strong>8. </strong>Willis Meehan <strong>9. </strong>Alex Thomas <strong>10. </strong>Jokatama Dokonivalu <strong>11. </strong>Vincent Leuluai <strong>12. </strong>Alex Lyons <strong>13. </strong>Jakiel Mariner<BR><strong>14. </strong>Harry Vanderhart <strong>15. </strong>Mitchell Mamary <strong>16. </strong>Addison Demetriou <strong>17. </strong>Piki Rogers <strong>18. </strong>Jake Lewis <strong>20. </strong>Braeden Uele </p> <p> Official Match Hashtag: #NYCnqlsyd </p> <p> &nbsp; </p> <hr><p> Canberra Raiders v Penrith Panthers<br/> GIO Stadium, Sunday 18 May 2014<br/> Kickoff 11:45am<br/> </p> <p> Referees: Matt Noyen, Belinda Sleeman; Sideline Officials: Chris Treneman, Michael Laverty; Video Referees: Phil Haines, Ben Galea; </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Ricky Garard <strong>2. </strong>Thomas Cronan <strong>3. </strong>Cleveland McGhie <strong>4. </strong>Jack Creith <strong>5. </strong>Lachlan Hurst <strong>6. </strong>Lachlan Lewis <strong>7. </strong>Matt Frawley <strong>8. </strong>Brett Solomon <strong>9. </strong>Dylan McGrath <strong>10. </strong>Mitchell Barnett <strong>11. </strong>Patrick Mago <strong>12. </strong>Scott Doyle <strong>13. </strong>Jamal Nchouki<BR><strong>14. </strong>Lachlan Croker <strong>15. </strong>Thoren Fidow-Kele <strong>16. </strong>Tevita Pangai Junior <strong>17. </strong>Jared McIlwrick <strong>18. </strong>Mitchell Shaw <strong>19. </strong>Jack Williams <strong>20. </strong>Ben Maguire <strong>21. </strong>Jules Webley </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Logan Geyer <strong>2. </strong>Joshua Jay <strong>3. </strong>Brent Naden <strong>4. </strong>Solofa Silipa <strong>5. </strong>Eddy Aiono <strong>6. </strong>Corey Harawira <strong>7. </strong>Sam Scarlett <strong>8. </strong>Andy Saunders <strong>9. </strong>Sione Katoa <strong>10. </strong>Atonio Pelesasa <strong>11. </strong>Peter Tia Tia <strong>12. </strong>Dave Cowhan <strong>13. </strong>Brendan Attwood<BR><strong>14. </strong>Josh Tangitau <strong>15. </strong>Myles Taueli <strong>16. </strong>Jordan Hall <strong>17. </strong>Elkander Fairouz <strong>18. </strong>Jahnayah Freeman </p> <p> Official Match Hashtag: #NYCcanpen </p> <p> &nbsp; </p> <hr><p> Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs v New Zealand Warriors<br/> Waikato Stadium, Sunday 18 May 2014<br/> Kickoff 11:45am<br/> </p> <p> Referees: Shane Rehm; Sideline Officials: Anthony Elliott, Jamal Thompson; </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Kyle Krisanski-Kennedy <strong>2. </strong>Dujuan Liolevave <strong>3. </strong>Sam Gerrey-Burgess <strong>4. </strong>Tautalatasi Tasi <strong>5. </strong>Tuuta Langi <strong>6. </strong>Brad Keighran <strong>7. </strong>Brenden Cox <strong>8. </strong>Danny Fualalo <strong>9. </strong>Robbie Kamoto <strong>10. </strong>Brock Cope <strong>11. </strong>Renouf To'omaga <strong>12. </strong>Adam Elliot <strong>13. </strong>Jack Creighton<BR><strong>14. </strong>Denzel King <strong>15. </strong>Darcy Maroske <strong>16. </strong>Royce Hunt <strong>17. </strong>Jake Kamire <strong>19. </strong>Herman Essese </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> TBA </p> <p> Official Match Hashtag: #NYCcbywar </p> <p> &nbsp; </p> <hr><p> Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles v Newcastle Knights<br/> Brookvale Oval, Monday 19 May 2014<br/> Kickoff 4:45pm<br/> </p> <p> Referees: Luke Phillips; Sideline Officials: Lawrence McDonnell, Scott Murray; </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Tom Trbojevic <strong>2. </strong>Kyle Saunders <strong>3. </strong>Charlie Taylor <strong>4. </strong>Luke Garner <strong>5. </strong>Luke Gosling <strong>6. </strong>Will Pearsall <strong>7. </strong>Riley Travers <strong>8. </strong>Jack Delaney <strong>9. </strong>Michael Stigg <strong>10. </strong>Jordan Latham <strong>11. </strong>Nicholas Lynn <strong>12. </strong>Liam Knight <strong>13. </strong>Jamil Hopoate<BR><strong>14. </strong>Craig McMurrich <strong>15. </strong>Rhys Armstrong <strong>16. </strong>James Mirceski <strong>17. </strong>Evan Lee <strong>19. </strong>Chris Alavanos </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Jake Mamo <strong>2. </strong>Bryce Donovan <strong>3. </strong>Sione Mata'utia <strong>4. </strong>Chance Peni <strong>5. </strong>Josh Birch <strong>6. </strong>Jacob Gagai <strong>7. </strong>Jaelen Feeney <strong>8. </strong>Tuiala Togitasi <strong>9. </strong>Danny Levi <strong>10. </strong>Luke Yates <strong>11. </strong>Pride Petterson-Robati <strong>12. </strong>Harry Pondekas <strong>13. </strong>Joe Boyce<BR><strong>14. </strong>James De Saxe <strong>15. </strong>Bradie Smith <strong>16. </strong>Josh King <strong>17. </strong>Lachlan Fitzgibbon </p> <p> Official Match Hashtag: #NYCmannew </p> <p> &nbsp; </p> <hr> Tue, 13 May 2014 15:32:25 +1000 Warriors confirm McFadden as coach til 2017 <p>Vodafone Warriors chief executive Wayne Scurrah today confirmed Andrew McFadden has been signed as Vodafone Warriors head coach to the end of 2017 NRL season.</p><p>The permanent appointment comes a month after the 36-year-old ex-Canberra, Parramatta and Melbourne playmaker was brought in as acting head coach.</p><p>In his first four games in charge the Vodafone Warriors have had two hard-fought losses and impressive wins against Melbourne and Canberra to sit just outside the NRL's top eight.</p><p>On Saturday McFadden guided the side to a nine-try 54-12 rout of the Raiders, a club record winning margin against Canberra.</p><p>This followed the 16-10 Anzac Day victory over the Melbourne Storm, one of the most impressive and complete displays in the club's history.</p><p>McFadden welcomed the long-term responsibility.</p><p>"I'm hugely appreciative of the club giving me this opportunity," said McFadden.</p><p>"The past few weeks in the job have given me a valuable insight into the role and its demands. To have the position through to the end of 2017 gives me certainty and the chance to plan our future with confidence.</p><p>"It's an exciting challenge for all of us as we seek to make the Vodafone Warriors a consistent force in the NRL. There's so much talent in this club but there's also so much work needed if we're to rise to the level we expect."</p><p>Since McFadden took over the Vodafone Warriors have shown vast improvement in both their level of effort and effectiveness in defence. In the past four matches they have conceded a total of just 63 points, an average of less than 16 points a game compared to an average of almost 28 in the first five rounds of the season.</p><p>Vodafone Warriors owner Eric Watson said McFadden had done an outstanding job in transforming the side.</p><p>"I spent some time with Andrew when I was back in Auckland recently and we've had regular contact since," he said.</p><p>"I had the greatest confidence he was the right man to bring about the changes needed when he was appointed last month.</p><p>"We had a view when Andrew joined the club that he would develop into the next long-term head coach. He has already shown the ability he has and we couldn't be more delighted to confirm his long-term future with the Vodafone Warriors."</p><p>Scurrah said today's confirmation gave McFadden the opportunity to not only focus on the rest of the 2014 campaign with confidence but to also work with clarity on the 2015 season and beyond.</p><p>"We're already working on recruitment and other plans and it's critical to have Andrew fully involved as we map out our future," he said.</p><p>McFadden's first match as the club's fully-fledged head coach is ironically against the same team he made his NRL coaching debut against - Canterbury-Bankstown - at Eden Park on April 13. </p><p>On that occasion the Bulldogs stole a 21-20 win after the Vodafone Warriors had led 20-18 inside the last 10 minutes of the contest; the performance represented a quantum leap from the 6-37 loss to Cronulla a week earlier.</p><p>The Bulldogs have gone to the top of the competition since the Eden Park match, taking a run of six consecutive wins into Sunday's encounter at Waikato Stadium (4.00pm kick-off).</p><p><strong>ANDREW McFADDEN </strong></p><p>Born: January 20, 1978</p><p>Birthplace:Goulburn, New South Wales</p><p><u>Coaching Career:</u></p><p>Canberra Jersey Flegg coach, 2005</p><p>Canberra premier league coach, 2006</p><p>Les Catalans assistant coach, 2007-2008</p><p>Canberra NYC coach, 2009</p><p>Canberra assistant coach, 2010-2012</p><p>Vodafone Warriors assistant coach, 2013-2014</p><p>Vodafone Warriors acting head coach, 2014</p><p>Vodafone Warriors head coach, 2014- </p><p><u>Playing Career:</u></p><p>Position:&nbsp;Halfback</p><p>Junior Club: Belconnen, ACT </p><p><strong>NRL Clubs:</strong> Canberra, 1997-2001</p><p>Parramatta, 2002</p><p>Melbourne, 2003-2004</p><p><strong>NRL Debut: </strong>Canberra v Cronulla, Bruce Stadium, Canberra, May 5, 1997 (Round 10) </p><p><strong>NRL Career:</strong> 100 appearances, 1997-2004:</p><p>Canberra, 76 appearances, 1997-2001</p><p>Parramatta, 21 appearances, 2002</p><p>Melbourne, 3 appearances, 2003-2004</p><p><strong>NRL Points:</strong> 131 points (32 tries, 1 goal, 1 field goal):</p><p>Canberra, 115 (28 tries, 1 goal, 1 field goal)</p><p>Parramatta, 16 (4 tries)</p><p>Melbourne, 0 &nbsp;</p> Tue, 13 May 2014 11:00:00 +1000 LeagueUnlimited NRL Teams - 2014 Round 10 <p>It's Women in League Round, and Teamlist Tuesday is here for Round 10 of the 2014 NRL Telstra Premiership! Get all the teamlists and match officials here ahead of this weekend's action.</p><p>All times are listed in AEST (NSW/QLD/VIC) unless otherwise noted.</p> <p>Twitter:&nbsp;<a href="">Follow @LeagueUnlimited</a></p> <p>Facebook:&nbsp;<a title="LU Facebook" href="" target="_blank">Like LeagueUnlimited - NRL &amp; Rugby League News</a></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <hr><p> South Sydney Rabbitohs v Melbourne Storm<br/> ANZ Stadium, Friday 16 May 2014<br/> Kickoff 7:40pm<br/> </p> <p> Referees: Gerard Sutton, Gavin Reynolds; Sideline Officials: Nick Beashel, Jason Walsh; Video Referees: Steve Chiddy, Luke Patten; </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Greg Inglis <strong>2. </strong>Alex Johnston <strong>3. </strong>Dylan Walker <strong>4. </strong>Kirisome Auva'a <strong>5. </strong>Bryson Goodwin <strong>6. </strong>John Sutton <strong>7. </strong>Adam Reynolds <strong>8. </strong>George Burgess <strong>9. </strong>Apisai Koroisau <strong>10. </strong>David Tyrrell <strong>11. </strong>Kyle Turner <strong>12. </strong>Ben Te'o <strong>13. </strong>Sam Burgess<BR><strong>14. </strong>Cameron McInnes <strong>15. </strong>Jason Clark <strong>16. </strong>Chris McQueen <strong>17. </strong>Luke Burgess <strong>18. </strong>Joel Reddy <strong>19. </strong>Ben Lowe </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Billy Slater <strong>2. </strong>Sisa Waqa <strong>3. </strong>Will Chambers <strong>4. </strong>Kurt Mann <strong>5. </strong>Young Tonumaipea <strong>6. </strong>Joel Romelo <strong>7. </strong>Cooper Cronk <strong>8. </strong>Jesse Bromwich <strong>9. </strong>Cameron Smith <strong>10. </strong>Bryan Norrie <strong>11. </strong>Kevin Proctor <strong>12. </strong>Ryan Hoffman <strong>13. </strong>Ryan Hinchcliffe<BR><strong>14. </strong>Kenneath Bromwich <strong>15. </strong>Tohu Harris <strong>16. </strong>Dayne Weston <strong>17. </strong>George Rose </p> <p> Official Match Hashtag: #NRLsoumel </p> <p> &nbsp; </p> <hr><p> Brisbane Broncos v Gold Coast Titans<br/> Suncorp Stadium, Friday 16 May 2014<br/> Kickoff 7:40pm<br/> </p> <p> Referees: Ben Cummins, Dave Munro; Sideline Officials: Brett Suttor, Michael Wise; Video Referees: Steve Clark, Luke Phillips; </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Ben Barba <strong>2. </strong>Daniel Vidot <strong>3. </strong>Jack Reed <strong>4. </strong>Justin Hodges <strong>5. </strong>Dale Copley <strong>6. </strong>Josh Hoffman <strong>7. </strong>Ben Hunt <strong>8. </strong>Josh McGuire <strong>9. </strong>Andrew McCullough <strong>10. </strong>Jarrod Wallace <strong>11. </strong>Alex Glenn <strong>12. </strong>Corey Parker <strong>13. </strong>Matt Gillett<BR><strong>14. </strong>David Hala <strong>15. </strong>Ben Hannant <strong>16. </strong>Corey Oates <strong>17. </strong>Todd Lowrie <strong>18. </strong>Jake Granville </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>David Mead <strong>2. </strong>Kevin Gordon <strong>3. </strong>William Zillman <strong>4. </strong>Brad Takairangi <strong>5. </strong>Anthony Don <strong>6. </strong>Aidan Sezer <strong>7. </strong>Albert Kelly <strong>8. </strong>Luke Douglas <strong>9. </strong>Beau Falloon <strong>10. </strong>Nate Myles <strong>11. </strong>Mark Minichiello <strong>12. </strong>Dave Taylor <strong>13. </strong>Ashley Harrison<BR><strong>14. </strong>Matt White <strong>15. </strong>Luke Bailey <strong>16. </strong>Cody Nelson <strong>17. </strong>Paul Carter <strong>18. </strong>Mark Ioane </p> <p> Official Match Hashtag: #NRLbrigld </p> <p> &nbsp; </p> <hr><p> Parramatta Eels v St. George Illawarra Dragons<br/> Pirtek Stadium, Saturday 17 May 2014<br/> Kickoff 3:00pm<br/> </p> <p> Referees: Jared Maxwell, Chris James; Sideline Officials: Luke Potter, Dave Ryan; Video Referees: Bernard Sutton, Matt Rodwell; </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Jarryd Hayne <strong>2. </strong>Semi Radradra <strong>3. </strong>William Hopoate <strong>4. </strong>Willie Tonga <strong>5. </strong>Ken Sio <strong>6. </strong>Corey Norman <strong>7. </strong>Chris Sandow <strong>8. </strong>Tim Mannah <strong>9. </strong>Nathan Peats <strong>10. </strong>Darcy Lussick <strong>11. </strong>David Gower <strong>12. </strong>Manu Ma'u <strong>13. </strong>Joseph Paulo<BR><strong>14. </strong>Pauli Pauli <strong>15. </strong>Peni Terepo <strong>16. </strong>Junior Paulo <strong>17. </strong>Mitchell Allgood </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Josh Dugan <strong>2. </strong>Brett Morris <strong>3. </strong>Joel Thompson <strong>4. </strong>Gerard Beale <strong>5. </strong>Jason Nightingale <strong>6. </strong>Gareth Widdop <strong>7. </strong>Sam Williams <strong>8. </strong>Tyson Frizell <strong>9. </strong>Mitch Rein <strong>10. </strong>Leeson Ah Mau <strong>11. </strong>Bronson Harrison <strong>12. </strong>Ben Creagh <strong>13. </strong>Trent Merrin<BR><strong>14. </strong>Jack Stockwell <strong>15. </strong>Dan Hunt <strong>16. </strong>Jack de Belin <strong>17. </strong>Will Matthews </p> <p> Official Match Hashtag: #NRLparsgi </p> <p> &nbsp; </p> <hr><p> Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks v Wests Tigers<br/> Remondis Stadium, Saturday 17 May 2014<br/> Kickoff 5:30pm<br/> </p> <p> Referees: Gavin Morris, Henry Perenara; Sideline Officials: Jeff Younis, Adam Reid; Video Referees: Steve Chiddy, Steve Folkes; </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Michael Gordon <strong>2. </strong>Sosaia Feki <strong>3. </strong>Blake Ayshford <strong>4. </strong>Ricky Leutele <strong>5. </strong>Beau Ryan <strong>6. </strong>Luke Lewis <strong>7. </strong>Jeff Robson <strong>8. </strong>Sam Tagataese <strong>9. </strong>John Morris <strong>10. </strong>Bryce Gibbs <strong>11. </strong>Anthony Tupou <strong>12. </strong>Wade Graham <strong>13. </strong>Paul Gallen<BR><strong>14. </strong>Isaac De Gois <strong>15. </strong>Chris Heighington <strong>16. </strong>Tinirau Arona <strong>17. </strong>Siosaia Vave <strong>18. </strong>Michael Lichaa <strong>19. </strong>David Fifita <strong>20. </strong>Jonathan Wright </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Kurtis Rowe <strong>2. </strong>David Nofoaluma <strong>3. </strong>Tim Simona <strong>4. </strong>Chris Lawrence <strong>5. </strong>Pat Richards <strong>6. </strong>Braith Anasta <strong>7. </strong>Luke Brooks <strong>8. </strong>Aaron Woods <strong>9. </strong>Robbie Farah <strong>10. </strong>Keith Galloway <strong>11. </strong>Cory Paterson <strong>12. </strong>Bodene Thompson <strong>13. </strong>Adam Blair<BR><strong>14. </strong>Martin Taupau <strong>15. </strong>Ava Seumanufagai <strong>16. </strong>Blake Austin <strong>17. </strong>Sauaso Sue </p> <p> Official Match Hashtag: #NRLcrowst </p> <p> &nbsp; </p> <hr><p> North Queensland Cowboys v Sydney Roosters<br/> 1300SMILES Stadium, Saturday 17 May 2014<br/> Kickoff 7:30pm<br/> </p> <p> Referees: Shayne Hayne, Adam Gee; Sideline Officials: Russell Turner, Clayton Sharpe; Video Referees: Steve Clark, Luke Phillips; </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Michael Morgan <strong>2. </strong>Matthew Wright <strong>3. </strong>Brent Tate <strong>4. </strong>Kane Linnett <strong>5. </strong>Antonio Winterstein <strong>6. </strong>Johnathan Thurston <strong>7. </strong>Ray Thompson <strong>8. </strong>Matthew Scott <strong>9. </strong>Rory Kostjasyn <strong>10. </strong>James Tamou <strong>11. </strong>Gavin Cooper <strong>12. </strong>Jason Taumalolo <strong>13. </strong>Tariq Sims<BR><strong>14. </strong>Cameron King <strong>15. </strong>Ethan Lowe <strong>16. </strong>Ashton Sims <strong>17. </strong>Scott Bolton <strong>18. </strong>Glenn Hall </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Anthony Minichiello <strong>2. </strong>Daniel Tupou <strong>3. </strong>Michael Jennings <strong>4. </strong>Shaun Kenny-Dowall <strong>5. </strong>Roger Tuivasa-Sheck <strong>6. </strong>Sonny Bill Williams <strong>7. </strong>James Maloney <strong>8. </strong>Jared Waerea-Hargreaves <strong>9. </strong>Jake Friend <strong>10. </strong>Sam Moa <strong>11. </strong>Boyd Cordner <strong>12. </strong>Mitchell Aubusson <strong>13. </strong>Aidan Guerra<BR><strong>14. </strong>Daniel Mortimer <strong>15. </strong>Frank Paul Nuuausala <strong>16. </strong>Isaac Liu <strong>17. </strong>Dylan Napa <strong>18. </strong>Samisoni Langi </p> <p> Official Match Hashtag: #NRLnqlsyd </p> <p> &nbsp; </p> <hr><p> Canberra Raiders v Penrith Panthers<br/> GIO Stadium, Sunday 18 May 2014<br/> Kickoff 2:00pm<br/> </p> <p> Referees: Gavin Badger, Grant Atkins; Sideline Officials: Dan Eastwood, Peter Gough; Video Referees: Bernard Sutton, Ben Galea; </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Anthony Milford <strong>2. </strong>Reece Robinson <strong>3. </strong>Jarrod Croker <strong>4. </strong>Jack Wighton <strong>5. </strong>Mosese Pangai <strong>6. </strong>Terry Campese <strong>7. </strong>Josh McCrone <strong>8. </strong>David Shillington <strong>9. </strong>Glen Buttriss <strong>10. </strong>Brett White <strong>11. </strong>Josh Papalii <strong>12. </strong>Jarrad Kennedy <strong>13. </strong>Shaun Fensom<BR><strong>14. </strong>Matt McIlwrick <strong>15. </strong>Joel Edwards <strong>16. </strong>Paul Vaughan <strong>17. </strong>Dane Tilse <strong>18. </strong>Mitch Cornish <strong>19. </strong>Shannon Boyd <strong>20. </strong>Kyle O'Donnell <strong>21. </strong>Sami Sauiluma </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Matt Moylan <strong>2. </strong>Josh Mansour <strong>3. </strong>Dean Whare <strong>4. </strong>Jamal Idris <strong>5. </strong>David Simmons <strong>6. </strong>Jamie Soward <strong>7. </strong>Peter Wallace <strong>8. </strong>Sam McKendry <strong>9. </strong>James Segeyaro <strong>10. </strong>Brent Kite <strong>11. </strong>Sika Manu <strong>12. </strong>Tyrone Peachey <strong>13. </strong>Adam Docker<BR><strong>14. </strong>Matt Robinson <strong>15. </strong>Jeremy Latimore <strong>16. </strong>Isaah Yeo <strong>17. </strong>Tim Grant </p> <p> Official Match Hashtag: #NRLcanpen </p> <p> &nbsp; </p> <hr><p> Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs v New Zealand Warriors<br/> Waikato Stadium, Sunday 18 May 2014<br/> Kickoff 2:00pm<br/> </p> <p> Referees: Ashley Klein, Alan Shortall; Sideline Officials: Steve Carrall, Paul Holland; Video Referees: Chris Ward, Luke Patten; </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Sam Perrett <strong>2. </strong>Mitch Brown <strong>3. </strong>Josh Morris <strong>4. </strong>Timoteo Lafai <strong>5. </strong>Chase Stanley <strong>6. </strong>Josh Reynolds <strong>7. </strong>Trent Hodkinson <strong>8. </strong>Aiden Tolman <strong>9. </strong>Michael Ennis <strong>10. </strong>James Graham <strong>11. </strong>Josh Jackson <strong>12. </strong>Tony Williams <strong>13. </strong>Greg Eastwood<BR><strong>14. </strong>Dale Finucane <strong>15. </strong>Tim Browne <strong>16. </strong>David Klemmer <strong>24. </strong>Sam Kasiano <strong>19. </strong>Moses Mbye </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Sam Tomkins <strong>2. </strong>Ngani Laumape <strong>3. </strong>Konrad Hurrell <strong>4. </strong>Ben Henry <strong>5. </strong>Manu Vatuvei <strong>6. </strong>Chad Townsend <strong>7. </strong>Shaun Johnson <strong>8. </strong>Suaia Matagi <strong>9. </strong>Nathan Friend <strong>10. </strong>Jacob Lillyman <strong>11. </strong>Jayson Bukuya <strong>12. </strong>Ben Matulino <strong>13. </strong>Simon Mannering<BR><strong>14. </strong>Feleti Mateo <strong>15. </strong>Sebastine Ikahihifo <strong>16. </strong>Sione Lousi <strong>17. </strong>Kevin Locke <strong>20. </strong>Charlie Gubb </p> <p> Official Match Hashtag: #NRLcbywar </p> <p> &nbsp; </p> <hr><p> Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles v Newcastle Knights<br/> Brookvale Oval, Monday 19 May 2014<br/> Kickoff 7:00pm<br/> </p> <p> Referees: Matt Cecchin, Adam Devcich; Sideline Officials: Adam Gee, Gavin Reynolds; Video Referees: Jared Maxwell, Henry Perenara; </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Brett Stewart <strong>2. </strong>Jorge Taufua <strong>3. </strong>Peta Hiku <strong>4. </strong>Steve Matai <strong>5. </strong>David Williams <strong>6. </strong>Jack Littlejohn <strong>7. </strong>Daly Cherry-Evans <strong>8. </strong>Josh Starling <strong>9. </strong>Matt Ballin <strong>10. </strong>Brenton Lawrence <strong>11. </strong>Anthony Watmough <strong>12. </strong>Justin Horo <strong>13. </strong>Jamie Buhrer<BR><strong>14. </strong>James Hasson <strong>15. </strong>Dunamis Lui <strong>16. </strong>Jesse Sene-Lefao <strong>17. </strong>Jason King <strong>18. </strong>Tom Symonds </p> <p> <img src=""> </p> <p> <strong>1. </strong>Darius Boyd <strong>2. </strong>James McManus <strong>3. </strong>Dane Gagai <strong>4. </strong>Joseph Leilua <strong>5. </strong>Akuila Uate <strong>6. </strong>Jarrod Mullen <strong>7. </strong>Tyrone Roberts <strong>8. </strong>David Fa'alogo <strong>9. </strong>Kurt Gidley <strong>10. </strong>Kade Snowden <strong>11. </strong>Beau Scott <strong>12. </strong>Robbie Rochow <strong>13. </strong>Adam Cuthbertson<BR><strong>14. </strong>Adam Clydsdale <strong>15. </strong>Chris Houston <strong>17. </strong>Willie Mason <strong>18. </strong>Korbin Sims <strong>19. </strong>Joseph Tapine </p> <p> Official Match Hashtag: #NRLmannew </p> <p> &nbsp; </p> <hr> Tue, 13 May 2014 10:53:16 +1000 Tuesday's Expert Wrap - NRL Round 9 <p>We've arrived at the end of the Round 9 of the 2014 National Rugby League Telstra Premiership! Check out all the results, reports and player of the year points right here.</p><p>The NRL returned to our screens and the field and it certainly looks like it was a round that sorted the wheat from the chaff. Reigning premiers the Sydney Roosters thumped the Wests&nbsp;Tigers on Friday night, while the Cowboys put the Broncos in their place up in Townsville. The Warriors flexed their muscle against a hapless Canberra on Saturday, while the Rabbitohs scored an emphatic win over Gold Coast as well. Super Saturday wrapped up with Melbourne pipping Manly at the post.</p><p>Sunday saw the Panthers demoralise a poor Newcastle Knights outfit before the Bulldogs ran similar rings around arch-rivals the Dragons to maintain their lofty perch at the top of the NRL table. Monday night saw the Eels stave off a competitive Sharks outfit and consign the Shire men to the bottom of the ladder.</p><p>Below we have a look at how Round Nine played out...</p><hr> <p><strong>Sydney Roosters 30 Wests Tigers 6</strong><br>Venue: Allianz Stadium<br>Date: Friday 9 May 2014 at 7:40pm<br>Crowd: 16024<br> Halftime Score: Sydney Roosters 14 Wests Tigers 0</p><p><strong> Players of the Match:</strong><br>3 points - Sam Moa<br>2 points - Sonny Bill Williams<br>1 point - Jake Friend</p><p><strong>SYDNEY ROOSTERS (30)</strong><br><strong>Tries:</strong> Daniel Tupou (2), Michael Jennings (2), Boyd Cordner, Mitchell Pearce<br><strong>Conversions:</strong> James Maloney (3/6)</p><p><strong style="font-family: Arial, Helvetica, Verdana, Tahoma, sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">WESTS TIGERS (6)<br></strong><strong style="font-family: Arial, Helvetica, Verdana, Tahoma, sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">Tries:</strong> Chris Lawrence<br><strong style="font-family: Arial, Helvetica, Verdana, Tahoma, sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">Conversions:</strong> Blake Austin (1/1)</p><p>Match Report: <a href="" style="font-family: Arial, Helvetica, Verdana, Tahoma, sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">Ugly Roosters too good for brave Tigers</a> - Paul Jobber</p><hr> <p><strong>North Queensland Cowboys 27 Brisbane Broncos 14</strong><br>Venue: 1300SMILES Stadium<br>Date: Friday 9 May 2014 at 7:40pm<br>Crowd: 21340<br> Halftime Score: North Queensland Cowboys 14 Brisbane Broncos 0</p><p><strong> Players of the Match:</strong><br>3 points - Matthew Scott<br>2 points - Johnathan Thurston<br>1 point - Michael Morgan</p><p><strong>NORTH QUEENSLAND COWBOYS (27)</strong><br><strong>Tries:</strong> Matthew Scott, Kane Linnett, Ethan Lowe, Rory Kostjasyn<br><strong>Field Goals:</strong> Johnathan Thurston (1/1)<br><strong>Conversions:</strong> Johnathan Thurston (4/4)<br><strong>Penalty Goals:</strong> Johnathan Thurston (1/1)</p><p><strong>BRISBANE BRONCOS (14)</strong><br><strong>Tries:</strong> Ben Hunt (2), Dale Copley<br><strong>Conversions:</strong> Corey Parker (1/2), Dale Copley (0/1)</p><p>Match Report: <a href="">Cowboys record memorable derby win</a> - Tim Costello with Aaron Thomas</p><hr> <p><strong>New Zealand Warriors 54 Canberra Raiders 12</strong><br>Venue: Eden Park<br>Date: Saturday 10 May 2014 at 3:00pm<br>Crowd: 18165<br> Halftime Score: New Zealand Warriors 24 Canberra Raiders 6</p><p><strong> Players of the Match:</strong><br>3 points - Shaun Johnson<br>2 points - Konrad Hurrell<br>1 point - Jacob Lillyman</p><p><strong>NEW ZEALAND WARRIORS (54)</strong><br><strong>Tries:</strong> Ben Matulino, Shaun Johnson (2), Konrad Hurrell, Ngani Laumape, Sam Tomkins, Manu Vatuvei (2), Jayson Bukuya<br><strong>Conversions:</strong> Shaun Johnson (9/9)</p><p><strong>CANBERRA RAIDERS (12)</strong><br><strong>Tries:</strong> Jarrod Croker, Josh McCrone<br><strong>Conversions:</strong> Jarrod Croker (2/2)</p><p>Match Report: <a href="">Perfect Johnson leads Warriors onslaught</a> - Kevin Bertao</p><hr> <p><strong>Gold Coast Titans 18 South Sydney Rabbitohs 40</strong><br>Venue: Cbus Super Stadium<br>Date: Saturday 10 May 2014 at 5:30pm<br>Crowd: 19107<br> Halftime Score: Gold Coast Titans 12 South Sydney Rabbitohs 22</p><p><strong> Players of the Match:</strong><br>3 points - Dylan Walker<br>2 points - John Sutton<br>1 point - George Burgess</p><p><strong>GOLD COAST TITANS (18)</strong><br><strong>Tries:</strong> Anthony Don (2), Dave Taylor<br><strong>Conversions:</strong> Aidan Sezer (3/3)</p><p><strong>SOUTH SYDNEY RABBITOHS (40)</strong><br><strong>Tries:</strong> Dylan Walker (4), Kirisome Auva'a, Alex Johnston (2)<br><strong>Conversions:</strong> Adam Reynolds (2/3), Bryson Goodwin (4/4)<br><strong>Penalty Goals:</strong> Adam Reynolds (0/1)</p><p>Match Report: <a href="">Rabbitohs run roughshod over Titans</a> - Tim Costello</p><hr> <p><strong>Melbourne Storm 22 Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 19</strong><br>Venue: AAMI Park<br>Date: Saturday 10 May 2014 at 7:30pm<br>Crowd: 13273<br> Halftime Score: Melbourne Storm 4 Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 5</p><p><strong> Players of the Match:</strong><br>3 points - Cooper Cronk<br>2 points - Billy Slater<br>1 point - Matt Ballin</p><p><strong>MELBOURNE STORM (22)</strong><br><strong>Tries:</strong> Billy Slater (2), Cooper Cronk, Kurt Mann<br><strong>Conversions:</strong> Billy Slater (1/1), Cameron Smith (2/3)</p><p><strong>MANLY-WARRINGAH SEA EAGLES (19)</strong><br><strong>Tries:</strong> Peta Hiku, Brett Stewart, Jorge Taufua, Jamie Buhrer<br><strong>Field Goals:</strong> Jack Littlejohn (1/1)<br><strong>Conversions:</strong> Steve Matai (1/3), Jack Littlejohn (0/1)<br><strong>Penalty Goals:</strong> Steve Matai (0/1)</p><p>Match Report: <a href="">Storm sneak home over Sea Eagles</a> - Aaron Thomas</p><hr> <p><strong>Newcastle Knights 10 Penrith Panthers 32</strong><br>Venue: Hunter Stadium<br>Date: Sunday 11 May 2014 at 2:00pm<br>Crowd: 13682<br> Halftime Score: Newcastle Knights 10 Penrith Panthers 16</p><p><strong> Players of the Match:</strong><br>3 points - Jamie Soward<br>2 points - Matt Moylan<br>1 point - James Segeyaro</p><p><strong>NEWCASTLE KNIGHTS (10)</strong><br><strong>Tries:</strong> James McManus, Dane Gagai<br><strong>Conversions:</strong> Kurt Gidley (1/2)</p><p><strong>PENRITH PANTHERS (32)</strong><br><strong>Tries:</strong> David Simmons, Jamie Soward, Matt Moylan, Josh Mansour, Dean Whare, James Segeyaro<br><strong>Conversions:</strong> Jamie Soward (3/6)<br><strong>Penalty Goals:</strong> Jamie Soward (1/1)</p><p>Match Report: <a href="">Panthers pounce on pitiful Knights</a> - Paul Jobber</p><hr> <p><strong>St. George Illawarra Dragons 6 Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 38</strong><br>Venue: ANZ Stadium<br>Date: Sunday 11 May 2014 at 3:00pm<br>Crowd: 21077<br> Halftime Score: St. George Illawarra Dragons 0 Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 22</p><p><strong> Players of the Match:</strong><br>3 points - Josh Reynolds<br>2 points - Timoteo Lafai<br>1 point - Tony Williams</p><p><strong>ST. GEORGE ILLAWARRA DRAGONS (6)</strong><br><strong>Tries:</strong> Brett Morris<br><strong>Conversions:</strong> Gareth Widdop (1/1)</p><p><strong>CANTERBURY-BANKSTOWN BULLDOGS (38)</strong><br><strong>Tries:</strong> Sam Perrett, Tony Williams, Timoteo Lafai (3), Greg Eastwood, Josh Reynolds<br><strong>Conversions:</strong> Trent Hodkinson (5/7)</p><p>Match Report: <a href="">Bulldogs claim top spot on NRL ladder</a> - Aaron Thomas</p><hr> <p><strong>Parramatta Eels 42 Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 24</strong><br>Venue: Pirtek Stadium<br>Date: Monday 12 May 2014 at 7:00pm<br>Crowd: 12541<br> Halftime Score: Parramatta Eels 22 Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 12</p><p><strong> Players of the Match:</strong><br>3 points - Chris Sandow<br>2 points - William Hopoate<br>1 point - Paul Gallen</p><p><strong>PARRAMATTA EELS (42)</strong><br><strong>Tries:</strong> Semi Radradra, Chris Sandow, Jarryd Hayne (2), Ken Sio (2), William Hopoate, Willie Tonga<br><strong>Conversions:</strong> Chris Sandow (5/7)</p><p><strong>CRONULLA-SUTHERLAND SHARKS (24)</strong><br><strong>Tries:</strong> Sosaia Feki, Michael Gordon, Wade Graham, Isaac De Gois<br><strong>Conversions:</strong> Michael Gordon (4/4)</p><p>Match Report: <a href="">Scintillating Sandow scolds sorry Sharks</a> - Justin Davies</p><hr><p><strong>NRL 2014 - looking back:</strong></p><p>TUESDAYS EXPERT: <a href="">Round 1</a> | <a href="">Round 2</a> | <a href="">Round 3</a> | <a href="">Round 4</a> | <a href="">Round 5</a> | <a href="">Round 6</a> | <a href="">Round 7</a> |&nbsp;<a href="" target="_blank">Round 8</a> |&nbsp;<a href="" target="_blank">Rep</a></p><p>DRAW & RESULTS: <a href="">Click here</a></p><p>FULL NRL LADDER: <a href="" style="font-family: Arial, Helvetica, Verdana, Tahoma, sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">Click here</a></p> Mon, 12 May 2014 21:39:49 +1000 Scintillating Sandow scolds sorry Sharks <p>Parramatta have put themselves on the cusp of the top eight after a scintillating attacking display out-pointing the Cronulla Sharks 42-24 in front of 12,541 fans at Parramatta Stadium.&nbsp;</p><p>The Eels have been the story of season 2014 thus far - the wooden spooners of last year after a third of the season are on ten points, only four points adrift of their season tally in 2013. The resurgence has been led by Chris Sandow who finished last year in reserve grade is now on par with Jarryd Hayne in importance for the Parramatta side.</p><p>Sandow stamped his authority over the contest with a fourteen point haul that included a try and five conversions. He also produced five try-assists and kicked a 40/20 but quoting statistic misses the main component of Sandow's game tonight, his composure in his kicking game and tackling - at one point he took down a forward with a lovely legs tackle.</p><p>This Parramatta side is full of players who are enjoying a renaissance including NSW Blues hopeful Jarryd Hayne who helped to send Semi Radradra in for the opening try - the winger himself scoring his sixteenth try in as many appearances. Hayne will be duking it out with Dragons fullback Dugan for the Blues custodian role.</p><p>Cronulla weren't going away quietly though, as it was a carbon copy of the Eels try was reproduced to send Feki across in the corner. They added a slice of luck when Wade Graham flicked a kick up to himself to plant the ball down. The Sharks weathered the early storm to lead 12-4 or so they thought.</p><p>Enter Jarryd Hayne. The fullback started and finished a movement that involved Willie Tonga down the left side, as he weaved in and out of the Sharks defense like a cross stitch to put himself on the board. Hayne repeated the long range effort in the second to seal the game for the Eels after he streaked away from an errant Ayshford pass.</p><p>Hayne took a backseat to the scintillating Sandow show for most of the first half though - the halfback produced five minutes of magic after it reached the half hour, slicing a kick enough to fool Michael Gordon and plant it down. He followed it up with a 40/20 and a cut-out to Ken Sio to give the Eels a 22-12 lead at oranges.</p><p>The attacking show continued well into the second half as the teams traded tries throughout the whole half. William Hopoate had his strong effort in the 50th minute effort cancelled out by a determined run from Paul Gallen to pop up a ball for De Gois to score.&nbsp;</p><p>Sharks had the momentum until once again an errant pass found it's way into Parramatta hands, as Willie Tonga turned back the clock to his first stint with the Eels in his runaway effort. It took a well worked effort from Robson and Gordon to send the latter across to reduce it to ten point deficit outstanding from half-time.</p><p>Sandow finished off his night with one final try-assist. He was rocketed through a hole from a Joseph Paulo pass to be wrapped up by Beau Ryan ten from the line. Later in the set, he produced a cross-field kick to give Sio his double and see ya later for the Sharks.&nbsp;</p><p>Cronulla will reclaim the unwanted wooden spoon position on the NRL ladder atfter their 42-24 loss to Parramatta with injury concerns hanging over representative forward Andrew Fifita.&nbsp;</p><p>Parramatta meanwhile host St George Illawarra Saturday afternoon in a contest that will see if St George can recover from the thrashing they were dealt by Canterbury. </p><hr><strong>Match Details</strong><br><strong>Parramatta Eels 42 Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 24</strong><br>Venue: Pirtek Stadium<br>Crowd: 12541<br> Halftime Score: Parramatta Eels 22 Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 12<br><br><strong> Players of the Match:</strong><br>3 points - Chris Sandow<br>2 points - William Hopoate<br>1 point - Paul Gallen<br><br><p><strong>PARRAMATTA EELS (42)</strong><br><strong>Tries:</strong> Semi Radradra, Chris Sandow, Jarryd Hayne (2), Ken Sio (2), William Hopoate, Willie Tonga<br><strong>Conversions:</strong> Chris Sandow (5/7)</p><p><strong>CRONULLA-SUTHERLAND SHARKS (24)</strong><br><strong>Tries:</strong> Sosaia Feki, Michael Gordon, Wade Graham, Isaac De Gois<br><strong>Conversions:</strong> Michael Gordon (4/4)</p><hr><strong> Live Commentary</strong><br><p>TEAM CHANGES:</p><p>PAR: A few cosmetic changes for the Eels. David Gower and Peni Terepo will start for the home side. Pauli Pauli and Joseph Paulo head back to the bench. </p><p>CRO: Bryce Gibbs drops out for the Sharks. He is replaced by Siosaia Vave in the starting side with David Fifita coming onto the bench.</p><p>Welcome to a warm Parramatta Stadium for tonight's clash between Parramatta and Cronulla in which the two sides will be vying for the John Mannah Cup. Parramatta will be glad to be home after their last outing which was a thrashing against North Queensland but the Eels have thrived at home, unbeaten at Pirtek Stadium this season. Cronulla had a much needed win against Penrith in their last game at the cost of star five-eighth Todd Carney meaning Luke Lewis recently returned will fill in.</p><p>We have a minute's applause for the late John Mannah followed by a silence for immortal Reg Gasnier. </p><p><strong>1: </strong>Well done by all concerned. Now we head into the action - Sandow kicks off and here we go!</p><p><strong>1: </strong><strong><strong>UNFORCED ERROR CRONULLA-SUTHERLAND SHARKS</strong><br> Jeff Robson makes an unforced error.</strong><br>A mistake off the kick-off.. Jeff Robson went too far forward in catching the ball and slipped it. Dropout incoming. </p><p><strong>3: </strong>Sharks with some swarming defense, keeping Willie Tonga upright and throwing him into touch.</p><p><strong>3: </strong>Sharks just can't handle the ball currently - Wade Graham knocking on now as Sandow scoops it up.</p><p><strong>5: </strong><strong><strong>TRY PARRAMATTA EELS </strong><br>Scored by Semi Radradra. Kick to come.</strong><br>It was simple strength and power from the Eels for their first try. Jarryd Hayne with a cut-out to Radradra into space and he just pushed through Beau Ryan to score. </p><p><strong>5: </strong><strong><strong>UNSUCCESSFUL CONVERSION PARRAMATTA EELS </strong><br>Conversion attempt by Chris Sandow unsuccessful.</strong><br>Chris Sandow from the sideline, hooks it wide. </p><p><strong>7: </strong>Eels just looking dangerous on every play currently. Sandow launches a bomb that Hayne almost gets to but he knocked it forward. </p><p><strong>8: </strong><strong><strong>UNFORCED ERROR PARRAMATTA EELS</strong><br> Corey Norman makes an unforced error.</strong><br>Corey Norman was thinking too quick for his hands, knocking it on. </p><p><strong>10: </strong><strong><strong>TRY CRONULLA-SUTHERLAND SHARKS </strong><br>Scored by Sosaia Feki. Kick to come.</strong><br>Cronulla used mirror move - it was successful! Once again, a fullback swept around Gordon this time as he threw a nice cut-out to Feki which narrowly missed the defender but Feki hauled it in and despite the attention of Hayne got it down.</p><p><strong>11: </strong><strong><strong>SUCCESSFUL CONVERSION CRONULLA-SUTHERLAND SHARKS </strong><br>Conversion attempt by Michael Gordon successful.</strong><br>Michael Gordon from a similar position to Sandow puts it right down the middle. </p><p><strong>15: </strong>First PENALTY of the evening - it goes to the Sharks from the contentious stripping rule but dear oh dear, Jeff Robson doesn't find touch!</p><p><strong>17: </strong>SIX AGAIN for the Sharks as the ball rebounded off an Eels head. </p><p><strong>17: </strong>PENALTY Cronulla - Corey Norman was offside. </p><p><strong>19: </strong><strong><strong>SUCCESSFUL CONVERSION CRONULLA-SUTHERLAND SHARKS </strong><br>Conversion attempt by Michael Gordon successful.</strong><br>A much easier assignment for Gordon who makes it 2/2 tonight. </p><p><strong>18: </strong><strong><strong>TRY CRONULLA-SUTHERLAND SHARKS </strong><br>Scored by Wade Graham. Kick to come.</strong><br>Fortunate but they count all the same! Jeff Robson plays the perfect through ball for Wade Graham who flicks it up as he runs through himself to pick up the spoils. Manchester City eat your heart out. </p><p><strong>22: </strong><strong><strong>TRY PARRAMATTA EELS </strong><br>Scored by Jarryd Hayne. Kick to come.</strong><br>Hayne started the move finding space for Tonga who went into space, gave it back to Hayne who weaves in and out more than a McDonalds WiFi to plant the ball down right besides the posts. </p><p><strong>22: </strong><strong><strong>SUCCESSFUL CONVERSION PARRAMATTA EELS </strong><br>Conversion attempt by Chris Sandow successful.</strong><br>Chris Sandow besides the posts, adds the two. </p><p><strong>25: </strong><strong><strong>UNFORCED ERROR CRONULLA-SUTHERLAND SHARKS</strong><br> Michael Gordon makes an unforced error.</strong><br>That was a towering bomb from Sandow that swirled round and round before it dropped right through Gordon's hands. </p><p><strong>26: </strong>SIX MORE for the Eels as they pile on the pressure.. it was knocked down from a Shark.</p><p><strong>27: </strong><strong><strong>UNFORCED ERROR CRONULLA-SUTHERLAND SHARKS</strong><br> John Morris makes an unforced error.</strong><br>Peats tries the crash ball from dummy-half but John Morris intervenes to knock it down. </p><p><strong>28: </strong>VIDEO REFEREE: Upstairs we go for the first time tonight: William Hopoate used his strength to burrow through, checking grounding.</p><p><strong>28: </strong>RED LIGHTS..NO TRY! Referee had a zillion looks at it and called it held up.. it looked like the ball was down there. </p><p><strong>29: </strong><strong><strong>TRY PARRAMATTA EELS </strong><br>Scored by Chris Sandow. Kick to come.</strong><br>Dynamo the magician would be proud of that trickery from Sandow. He feigned to go for the cross-field kick before chipping it over, taking a wicked bounce over Gordon and right into the on-rushing Sandow's hands. </p><p><strong>30: </strong><strong><strong>SUCCESSFUL CONVERSION PARRAMATTA EELS </strong><br>Conversion attempt by Chris Sandow successful.</strong><br>Sandow walks in to convert his own try and promptly does so. </p><p><strong>31: </strong>In an afternoon of forgettable news for NSW Blues fans - Andrew Fifita is in the dressing rooms with ice on his ankle and crutches. He will not return tonight. </p><p><strong>32: </strong><strong><strong>40/20 PARRAMATTA EELS</strong><br>Chris Sandow kicks a 40/20.</strong><br>Chris Sandow can do it all tonight! He boots a lovely 40/20 as Will Hopoate sprints up to take the tap before being scolded by the referee for not being on the mark. </p><p><strong>33: </strong><strong><strong>TRY PARRAMATTA EELS </strong><br>Scored by Ken Sio. Kick to come.</strong><br>Momentum has swung right into the Eels favour. Sandow once again was involved, throwing the cut-out to Ken Sio who just had to step inside and plant the ball down. </p><p><strong>34: </strong><strong><strong>SUCCESSFUL CONVERSION PARRAMATTA EELS </strong><br>Conversion attempt by Chris Sandow successful.</strong><br>The man of the moment Chris Sandow brings some calm here, taking this conversion. He shaved it just inside the left post.</p><p><strong>35: </strong>NSW fans look away.. Paul Gallen is down now after some heavy contact with Lussick. </p><p><strong>36: </strong>Sandow is wrecking havoc with these towering bombs. Beau Ryan was in the firing line this time letting it bounce and thankfully Radradra who captured it, was wrapped up.</p><p><strong>37: </strong>It's the electrifying Eels tonight! They shifted it like lightning through the hands, Sio though was in front of the passer. </p><p><strong>37: </strong>Sharks now try to put it through the hands but it goes forward. </p><p><strong>39: </strong><strong><strong>UNFORCED ERROR CRONULLA-SUTHERLAND SHARKS</strong><br> Beau Ryan makes an unforced error.</strong><br>Hayne tries to find Radradra in space but Beau Ryan eyed open space tried to intercept it, knocking it down in gathering it in.</p><p><strong>40: </strong>Eels tried to get Hopoate one on one with his opposite number but he got tossed over the sideline.</p><p><strong>40: </strong><strong><strong>UNFORCED ERROR CRONULLA-SUTHERLAND SHARKS</strong><br> Paul Gallen makes an unforced error.</strong><br>Just to punctuate how dire the Sharks have been, Gallen knocks on with the last touch in the half. </p><p><strong>40: </strong>We're back for the second half.. Sharks lined up for the kick-off. Here we go!</p><p><strong>43: </strong><strong><strong>UNFORCED ERROR PARRAMATTA EELS</strong><br> Chris Sandow makes an unforced error.</strong><br>Nathan Peats throws a bullet ball to Sandow which was knocked on.</p><p><strong>44: </strong>Wade Graham puts Sosaia Feki in some space but the winger is wrapped up and taken over the sideline. </p><p><strong>46: </strong><strong><strong>UNFORCED ERROR CRONULLA-SUTHERLAND SHARKS</strong><br> Ricky Leutele makes an unforced error.</strong><br>Sharks try to shift it left again but it doesn't get past Leutele who spills it.</p><p><strong>47: </strong>Chris Sandow has it on a string tonight.. he took it to the line and stabbed it through for Feki to be trapped in goal.</p><p><strong>48: </strong>PENALTY Eels - strip penalty.</p><p><strong>48: </strong>VIDEO REFEREE: Upstairs for a Hopoate TRY again.. this looks simpler though.</p><p><strong>50: </strong><strong><strong>TRY PARRAMATTA EELS </strong><br>Scored by William Hopoate. Kick to come.</strong><br>The Sharks backline will be having nightmares of this sweeping play after tonight. The Eels halves got Hopoate into space and he was just too strong for Leutele and crashed over. </p><p><strong>50: </strong><strong><strong>SUCCESSFUL CONVERSION PARRAMATTA EELS </strong><br>Conversion attempt by Chris Sandow successful.</strong><br>From the sideline, Sandow hooks it in!</p><p><strong>54: </strong>VIDEO REFEREE: Wade Graham has slid in after a nice offload. Checking grounding.</p><p><strong>54: </strong>RED LIGHTS..NO TRY! Wade Graham lost it JUST as he was over the stripe. It was a lovely falling offload from Robson that goes to waste. </p><p><strong>56: </strong><strong><strong>UNFORCED ERROR PARRAMATTA EELS</strong><br> Jarryd Hayne makes an unforced error.</strong><br>Hayne tried to create the overlap down the short side but drops the penultimate pass.</p><p><strong>56: </strong>SIX MORE for the Sharks who get some field position after a Ma'u dropped ball.</p><p><strong>57: </strong><strong><strong>TRY CRONULLA-SUTHERLAND SHARKS </strong><br>Scored by Isaac De Gois. Kick to come.</strong><br>That was some inspirational running from Gallen, no one was stopping him there.. he popped a hail mary up and De Gois answered his prayer for the try. </p><p><strong>58: </strong><strong><strong>SUCCESSFUL CONVERSION CRONULLA-SUTHERLAND SHARKS </strong><br>Conversion attempt by Michael Gordon successful.</strong><br>Gordon puts it through to reduce the margin to ten.</p><p><strong>63: </strong><strong><strong>TRY PARRAMATTA EELS </strong><br>Scored by Willie Tonga. Kick to come.</strong><br>Sharks look to produce the numbers down the right again.. Norman looking Leutele but he only found Tonga who out-paced both Robson and Gallen to the line.</p><p><strong>65: </strong><strong><strong>SUCCESSFUL CONVERSION PARRAMATTA EELS </strong><br>Conversion attempt by Chris Sandow successful.</strong><br>Sandow after missing his opening kick puts a wonky one through the sticks.</p><p><strong>65: </strong>Manu Ma'u is slammed down hard and is struggling to regain his faculties. After some consultation, it is a PENALTY against Tupou who is also placed ON REPORT.</p><p><strong>67: </strong>PENALTY Sharks - offside. </p><p><strong>68: </strong><strong><strong>TRY CRONULLA-SUTHERLAND SHARKS </strong><br>Scored by Michael Gordon. Kick to come.</strong><br>A well rehearsed move for the Sharks and it worked well - Robson feigned outside, went inside to Gordon who strides in.</p><p><strong>68: </strong><strong><strong>SUCCESSFUL CONVERSION CRONULLA-SUTHERLAND SHARKS </strong><br>Conversion attempt by Michael Gordon successful.</strong><br>Gordon quickly converts to cut it back down to ten.</p><p><strong>72: </strong><strong><strong>TRY PARRAMATTA EELS </strong><br>Scored by Ken Sio. Kick to come.</strong><br>Goodnight Cronulla! Joseph Paulo with a nice ball to cannonball Chris Sandow through a hole, he's wrapped up by Beau Ryan. On last, Sandow chips it to Hopoate who hands it off to Sio for the four pointer.</p><p><strong>75: </strong>Sandow with a cross-field kick to the other side this time, was knocked dead by Feki. </p><p><strong>75: </strong><strong><strong>UNFORCED ERROR PARRAMATTA EELS</strong><br> Joseph Paulo makes an unforced error.</strong><br>It was knocked on from the wonky drop-out.</p><p><strong>77: </strong><strong><strong>TRY PARRAMATTA EELS </strong><br>Scored by Jarryd Hayne. Kick to come.</strong><br>Blake Ayshford finally got some space and his pass found dirt, knocked on by Tupou allowing Hayne to scoop it up, stroll down the sideline and point to someone in the crowd before scoring.</p><p><strong>79: </strong><strong><strong>UNSUCCESSFUL CONVERSION PARRAMATTA EELS </strong><br>Conversion attempt by Chris Sandow unsuccessful.</strong><br>Sandow wanting to add a party piece to his collection tonight with a hooking conversion but it is wide.</p><p><strong>80: </strong><strong><strong>SIN BIN</strong><br>Jarryd Hayne is sent to the sin bin.</strong><br>In the world of frivolous sin-bins that is right up there. Eels held down on waste time and conceded a PENALTY. Hayne was in the road not allowing play to continue so he has an early shower. </p><p><strong>80: </strong>FULL-TIME! In the end it was a comfortable win for the Eels who put on an attacking showpiece tonight.</p> Mon, 12 May 2014 21:25:11 +1000 Holden Cup U20 Results - 2014 Round 9 <p>All the scores & scorers from Round 9 of the National Youth Competition - Holden Cup Under 20's.</p><p>Check back Tuesday for all the teamlists ahead of the next round of the Under 20's competition!</p><hr> <p><strong>2014 National Youth Competition<br>Holden Cup Under 20's - Round 9 (May 9, 10, 11, 12)</strong></p><hr> <p><strong>Sydney Roosters 18 Wests Tigers 22</strong><br>Venue: Allianz Stadium<br>Date: Friday 9 May 2014 at 5:25pm</p><p><strong>Sydney Roosters (18)</strong><br> Tries: Jack Goodsell 2, Vincent Leuluai, Tyler Cornish<br>Goals: Brendan Elliot 1<br> <br> <strong>Wests Tigers (22)</strong><br> Tries: Nathan Milone, Watson Heleta 2, John Tohi<br>Goals: Matthew Woods 3</p><hr><p><strong>North Queensland Cowboys 16 Brisbane Broncos 24</strong><br>Venue: 1300SMILES Stadium<br>Date: Friday 9 May 2014 at 5:25pm</p><p><strong>North Queensland Cowboys (16)</strong><br> Tries: Scott Schulte, Rainer Power, Viliame Kikau<br>Goals: Alex Grant 2<br> <br> <strong>Brisbane Broncos (24)</strong><br> Tries: Jayden Berrell 2, Brett Greinke, Paul Byrnes,&nbsp;Duncan Paia'Aua<br>Goals: Jayden Nikorima 2</p><hr><p><strong>New Zealand Warriors 54 Canberra Raiders 0</strong><br>Venue: Eden Park<br>Date: Saturday 10 May 2014 at 12:45pm</p><p><strong>New Zealand Warriors (54)</strong><br> Tries: James Bell 2, Adam Tuimavave-Gerard 2, Paul Ulberg 2, Jordan Baldwinson, Michael Ki, Matiu Love-Henry, John Wesley-Tauti<br>Goals: Ma'aofaeata Hingano 7<br> <br> <strong>Canberra Raiders (0)</strong></p><hr><p><strong>Gold Coast Titans 14 South Sydney Rabbitohs 24</strong><br>Venue: Cbus Super Stadium<br>Date: Saturday 10 May 2014 at 3:15pm</p><p><strong>Gold Coast Titans (14)</strong><br> Tries: Kane Elgey, Brian Kelly, Zac Spring<br>Goals: Kane Elgey 1<br> <br> <strong>South Sydney Rabbitohs (24)</strong><br> Tries: PJ Los'e 2, Cheyne Whitelaw, Devon Makoare-Boyce<br>Goals: Irae Simone 4</p><hr><p><strong>Melbourne Storm 28 Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 14</strong><br>Venue: AAMI Park<br>Date: Saturday 10 May 2014 at 5:15pm</p><p><strong>Melbourne Storm (28)</strong><br> Tries: Niua Finau-Puaka 2, Junior Kirisome, TBC, TBC<br>Goals: Cameron Munster 4<br> <br> <strong>Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles (14)</strong><br> Tries: Tom Trbojevic, Luke Garner, TBC<br>Goals: TBC 1</p><hr><p><strong>Newcastle Knights 40 Penrith Panthers 22</strong><br>Venue: Hunter Stadium<br>Date: Sunday 11 May 2014 at 11:45am</p><p><strong>Newcastle Knights (40)</strong><br> Tries: Marvin Tauhinu 2, Sione Mata'utia 2, Chance Peni, Pride Petterson-Robati, Bryce Donovan<br>Goals: Bryce Donovan 6<br> <br> <strong>Penrith Panthers (22)</strong><br> Tries: Corey Harawira, Logan Geyer 2, Fairouz Elkander<br>Goals: Corey Harawira 3</p><hr><p><strong>St. George Illawarra Dragons 50 Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 10</strong><br>Venue: ANZ Stadium<br>Date: Sunday 11 May 2014 at 12:45pm</p><p><strong>St. George Illawarra Dragons (50)</strong><br> Tries: Sitiveni&nbsp;Moceidreke (2), Brent&nbsp;Anderson, Izaac&nbsp;Thompson, Dee Jay Harris, Logan Harris, Jack&nbsp;Kavanagh, Hayden&nbsp;McCrae, Adam&nbsp;Clune<br>Goals: Sitiveni Moceidreke 7</p><p> <strong>Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs (10)</strong><br> Tries: Robbie Kamoto, Dujean Liolevave<br>Goals: Brad Keighran 1</p><hr><p><strong>Parramatta Eels 38 Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 34</strong><br>Venue: Pirtek Stadium<br>Date: Monday 12 May 2014 at 4:45pm</p><p><strong>Parramatta Eels (38)</strong><br> Tries: Josh Aloiai, Fred Junior Mauala, Halauafu Lavaka 3, Mark Daoud, Zach Dockar-Clay<br>Goals: Nathan Davis 5<br> <br> <strong>Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks (34)</strong><br> Tries: Valentine Holmes, Jaden Clarke, Dallas Wells, Jake Lawrence, Jamayne Isaako, Joshua Addo-Carr<br>Goals: Fa'amanu Brown 5</p><hr><p><strong>Holden Cup Under 20's Season 2014:</strong></p><p>RESULTS: <a href="">Round 1</a> | <a href="">Round 2</a> | <a href="">Round 3</a> | <a href="">Round 4</a> | <a href="">Round 5</a> | <a href="">Round 6</a> | <a href="">Round 7</a> |&nbsp;<a href="" target="_blank">Round 8</a></p><p>DRAW: <a href="">Click here</a></p><p>LADDER: <a href="">Click here</a></p> Mon, 12 May 2014 19:46:16 +1000 Anthony Milford to honour Broncos deal <p>Canberra Raiders fullback Anthony Milford has informed the club he will be honouring the deal he made with the Brisbane Broncos and will depart at the end of the 2014 season. </p><p>Milford said the decision to leave the club where he developed his game and made his NRL debut was the toughest of his career so far and thanked everyone involved in the Raiders organisation for the opportunities they have given him and the patience they have shown.</p><p>"This was a very tough decision for me and my family and I want to thank everyone at the Raiders for everything they have done for me," Milford said. "I've been with the club since I was awarded a scholarship at the age of 13. I wouldn't be where I am today if it wasn't for the Raiders and I will never forget the support they've given me.</p><p>"I'm 100 per cent committed to the Raiders for the rest of the season and I look forward to helping the team play well for the rest of the year." </p><p>Milford will honour the final year of his current deal with the Raiders and remain with the club until the end of the 2014 season.</p> Mon, 12 May 2014 17:15:00 +1000 Cowboys re-sign Cooper <p>Another key member of the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys NRL squad, back-rower Gavin Cooper, has re-signed with the club for a further three seasons.</p><p>The Australian Prime Minister's XIII representative from last season is now contracted to North Queensland until the end of the 2017 season and joins Brent Tate as Cowboys who have extended their contracts this season.</p><p>The 28-year-old made his NRL debut with the Cowboys in 2006 before heading south for two-year stints at Gold Coast and Penrith.</p><p>He returned to North Queensland for the start of the 2011 season and has now played 98 NRL games for the club to take his overall career tally to 174.</p><p>"I'm really happy to have my future secured and to be able to stay here in North Queensland which is home for us now," Cooper said today.</p><p>"I started with the Young Guns here back in 2005 so this club has been a major part of my life.</p><p>"We have a great squad, with plenty of good players and good mates who have committed themselves to being long-term Cowboys.</p><p>"I'm happy to be one of them."</p><p>A member of the Cowboys' leadership group and captain of this year's victorious NRL Auckland Nines squad, Cooper has only missed a handful of games in his second term with North Queensland and has been part of finals campaigns in each of his last three seasons.</p><p>His representative debut came last year when he played for the PM's XIII against Papua New Guinea and he was also included in the Kangaroos' Rugby League World Cup train-on squad.</p><p>"It's very important that we keep people like Gavin at the Cowboys," general manager - football Peter Parr said.</p><p>"Not only is he a high-quality player, he's had a very positive influence on the culture we're trying to build at this club."</p> Mon, 12 May 2014 15:00:00 +1000 RESULTS: QRL ISC & FOGS May 10-11 <p><strong><u>INTRUST SUPER CUP - ROUND 11</u></strong></p><p><strong><em><u>Saturday 10 May</u></em></strong></p><p><strong></strong></p><p><strong>PNG HUNTERS 32 </strong>(Garry Lo, Thompson Teteh, George Benson, Roger Laka, Noel Zemming, Lawrence Tu'u tries; Noel Zemming 4 goals) def<strong> WYNNUM MANLY SEAGULLS 22 </strong>(Daniel Ogden, Matt Grieve, Ben Cronin, Mitchell Frei tries; Matt Seamark 3 goals) at Kalabond Oval, Kokopo.</p><p><strong></strong></p><p><strong>IPSWICH JETS 36 </strong>(Kurt Capewell, Carlin Anderson, Josh Cleeland, Dane Phillips, Keiron Lander, Wes Conlon tries; Wes Conlon 4, Kurt Capewell 2 goals) def<strong> CQ CAPRAS 14 </strong>(Hayden Buckman, Smith Samau, Marlon Doak tries; Brent Crisp goal) at North Ipswich Reserve.</p><p><strong></strong></p><p><strong>MACKAY CUTTERS 22 </strong>(Liam Taylor, Josh Benjamin, Sam Hoare, Mitch Day tries; Liam Taylor 3 goals) def<strong> SUNSHINE COAST FALCONS 12 </strong>(Brenton Stonier, Rueben Baillie tries; Ryan Hansen 2 goals) at Stadium Mackay.</p><p><strong></strong></p><p><strong><em><u>Sunday 11 May</u></em></strong></p><p><strong></strong></p><p><strong>EASTS TIGERS 28 </strong>(Cameron Munster 2, Hymel Hunt 2, Shane Neumann tries; Donald Malone 4 goals) def<strong> SOUTHS LOGAN 24 </strong>(Jack Ahearn, Darcy Wright, Mitch Cronin, Leon Panapa tries; Jordan Rapana 4 goals) at Langlands Park.</p><p><strong></strong></p><p><strong>REDCLIFFE DOLPHINS 36 </strong>(Stewart Mills 2, Aaron Whitchurch, Cameron Cullen, Sarafu Fatiaki, Martin Cordwell tries; Adrian Davis 5, Dwayne Duncan goals) def<strong> NORTHS DEVILS 22 </strong>(Krys Freeman 2, Shaun Carney, Brendon Gibb tries; Troyden Watene 3 goals) at Dolphin Oval.</p><p><strong></strong></p><p><strong>TWEED HEADS SEAGULLS 29 </strong>(Kalifa Faifai Loa 3, Tom Merritt, Cory Blair tries; Blake Anderson 4 goals; Michael Burgess field goal) def<strong> NORTHERN PRIDE 26 </strong>(Semi Tadulala 2, Davin Crampton, Kyle Feldt, Ben Spina tries; Kyle Feldt 3 goals) at Piggabeen Sports.</p><p><strong></strong></p><table> <tbody><tr> <td><strong>Team</strong></td> <td><strong>Played</strong></td> <td><strong>Wins</strong></td> <td><strong>Draws</strong></td> <td><strong>Losses</strong></td> <td><strong>Byes</strong></td> <td><strong>For</strong></td> <td><strong>Agst</strong></td> <td><strong>Points</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td><strong>Ipswich Jets</strong></td> <td><strong>10</strong></td> <td><strong>8</strong></td> <td><strong>0</strong></td> <td><strong>2</strong></td> <td><strong>1</strong></td> <td><strong>272</strong></td> <td><strong>182</strong></td> <td><strong>18</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td><strong>Northern Pride *</strong></td> <td><strong>9</strong></td> <td><strong>7</strong></td> <td><strong>0</strong></td> <td><strong>2</strong></td> <td><strong>1</strong></td> <td><strong>242</strong></td> <td><strong>171</strong></td> <td><strong>16</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td><strong>PNG Hunters</strong></td> <td><strong>10</strong></td> <td><strong>6</strong></td> <td><strong>1</strong></td> <td><strong>3</strong></td> <td><strong>1</strong></td> <td><strong>250</strong></td> <td><strong>205</strong></td> <td><strong>15</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td><strong>Wynnum Manly Seagulls</strong></td> <td><strong>11</strong></td> <td><strong>7</strong></td> <td><strong>0</strong></td> <td><strong>4</strong></td> <td><strong>0</strong></td> <td><strong>286</strong></td> <td><strong>200</strong></td> <td><strong>14</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td><strong>Norths Devils</strong></td> <td><strong>11</strong></td> <td><strong>7</strong></td> <td><strong>0</strong></td> <td><strong>4</strong></td> <td><strong>0</strong></td> <td><strong>252</strong></td> <td><strong>188</strong></td> <td><strong>14</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td><strong>Tweed Heads Seagulls</strong></td> <td><strong>10</strong></td> <td><strong>5</strong></td> <td><strong>0</strong></td> <td><strong>5</strong></td> <td><strong>1</strong></td> <td><strong>226</strong></td> <td><strong>211</strong></td> <td><strong>12</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td><strong>Burleigh Bears</strong></td> <td><strong>10</strong></td> <td><strong>5</strong></td> <td><strong>0</strong></td> <td><strong>5</strong></td> <td><strong>1</strong></td> <td><strong>214</strong></td> <td><strong>262</strong></td> <td><strong>12</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td><strong>Easts Tigers *</strong></td> <td><strong>9</strong></td> <td><strong>4</strong></td> <td><strong>1</strong></td> <td><strong>4</strong></td> <td><strong>1</strong></td> <td><strong>250</strong></td> <td><strong>179</strong></td> <td><strong>11</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td><strong>Redcliffe Dolphins</strong></td> <td><strong>10</strong></td> <td><strong>4</strong></td> <td><strong>1</strong></td> <td><strong>5</strong></td> <td><strong>1</strong></td> <td><strong>214</strong></td> <td><strong>192</strong></td> <td><strong>11</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td><strong>Souths Logan Magpies</strong></td> <td><strong>10</strong></td> <td><strong>4</strong></td> <td><strong>0</strong></td> <td><strong>6</strong></td> <td><strong>1</strong></td> <td><strong>218</strong></td> <td><strong>222</strong></td> <td><strong>10</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td><strong>Mackay Cutters</strong></td> <td><strong>10</strong></td> <td><strong>4</strong></td> <td><strong>0</strong></td> <td><strong>6</strong></td> <td><strong>1</strong></td> <td><strong>168</strong></td> <td><strong>206</strong></td> <td><strong>10</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td><strong>CQ Capras</strong></td> <td><strong>10</strong></td> <td><strong>2</strong></td> <td><strong>1</strong></td> <td><strong>7</strong></td> <td><strong>1</strong></td> <td><strong>206</strong></td> <td><strong>298</strong></td> <td><strong>7</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td><strong>Sunshine Coast Falcons</strong></td> <td><strong>10</strong></td> <td><strong>0</strong></td> <td><strong>0</strong></td> <td><strong>10</strong></td> <td><strong>1</strong></td> <td><strong>58</strong></td> <td><strong>340</strong></td> <td><strong>2</strong></td> </tr> </tbody></table>·Northern Pride v Easts Tigers postponed to Sunday 6 July<strong></strong><table> <tbody><tr> <td><u>Saturday 17 May</u> <p><strong><u></u></strong></p></td> <td></td> <td></td> <td></td> <td></td> </tr> <tr> <td>Ipswich Jets</td> <td>v </td> <td>Easts Tigers</td> <td>3:00pm</td> <td>North Ipswich Reserve</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Northern Pride</td> <td>v </td> <td>Burleigh Bears</td> <td>5:30pm</td> <td>Barlow Park</td> </tr> <tr> <td>CQ Capras</td> <td>v </td> <td>Tweed Heads Seagulls</td> <td>6:00pm</td> <td>Browne Park</td> </tr> <tr> <td></td> <td></td> <td></td> <td></td> <td></td> </tr> <tr> <td><u><o></o></u> <u>Sunday 18 May</u></td> <td> </td> <td> </td> <td></td> <td></td> </tr> <tr> <td>Redcliffe Dolphins</td> <td>v </td> <td>Sunshine Coast Falcons</td> <td>2:00pm</td> <td>Dolphin Oval * Ch 9</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Souths Logan Magpies</td> <td>v </td> <td>Mackay Cutters</td> <td>2:00pm</td> <td>Davies Park</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Norths Devils</td> <td>v </td> <td>PNG Hunters</td> <td>3:00pm</td> <td>Bishop Park</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Wynnum Manly Seagulls</td> <td></td> <td>BYE</td> <td></td> <td></td> </tr> <tr> <td></td> <td></td> <td></td> <td></td> <td></td> </tr> </tbody></table><strong><u></u></strong><strong><u><o></o></u></strong><p><strong><u><o></o></u></strong></p><p><strong><u><o></o></u></strong></p><p><strong><u><o></o></u></strong></p><p><strong><u><br></u></strong></p><hr><p><strong><u>FOGS CUP -&nbsp;</u></strong><strong style="font-family: Arial, Helvetica, Verdana, Tahoma, sans-serif; font-size: 14px;"><u>ROUND 9</u></strong></p><p><strong><em><u>Saturday 10 May</u></em></strong></p><p><strong><em><u><o></o></u></em></strong></p><p><strong>IPSWICH JETS 36 </strong>(Scott Ireland 2, Luke Pollock, Geoff Shields, Fred Tila, Jordan Upkett tries; Luke Pollock 6 goals) def<strong> CARINA TIGERS 0</strong> at North Ipswich Reserve.</p><p><strong></strong></p><p><strong><em><u>Sunday 11 May</u></em></strong></p><p><strong></strong></p><p><strong>REDCLIFFE DOLPHINS 18 </strong>(Tim Foster 2, Curtis Naughton tries; Ben Cook 3 goals) def<strong> NORTHS DEVILS 10 </strong>(Tom O'Connor, Keiran English tries; Eli Wickham goal) at Dolphin Oval.</p><p><strong></strong></p><p><strong>EASTS TIGERS 24 </strong>(Dane Chang 2, Jake Hargreaves 2, Leone Cama tries; Jake Hargreaves, Leone Cama goals) def<strong> WYNNUM MANLY SEAGULLS 16 </strong>(Michael O'Keefe, Dylan Puke, Timoti Noble tries; Kurt French 2 goals) at Langlands Park.</p><p><strong></strong></p><p><strong> </strong></p><table> <tbody><tr> <td><strong>Team</strong></td> <td><strong>Played</strong></td> <td><strong>Wins</strong></td> <td><strong>Draws</strong></td> <td><strong>Losses</strong></td> <td><strong>Byes</strong></td> <td><strong>For</strong></td> <td><strong>Agst</strong></td> <td><strong>Points</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td><strong>Redcliffe Dolphins</strong></td> <td><strong>8</strong></td> <td><strong>7</strong></td> <td><strong>0</strong></td> <td><strong>1</strong></td> <td><strong>1</strong></td> <td><strong>216</strong></td> <td><strong>140</strong></td> <td><strong>16</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td><strong>Wynnum Manly Seagulls</strong></td> <td><strong>7</strong></td> <td><strong>4</strong></td> <td><strong>1</strong></td> <td><strong>2</strong></td> <td><strong>2</strong></td> <td><strong>178</strong></td> <td><strong>134</strong></td> <td><strong>13</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td><strong>Norths Devils</strong></td> <td><strong>8</strong></td> <td><strong>5</strong></td> <td><strong>0</strong></td> <td><strong>3</strong></td> <td><strong>1</strong></td> <td><strong>203</strong></td> <td><strong>120</strong></td> <td><strong>12</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td><strong>Souths Logan Magpies</strong></td> <td><strong>7</strong></td> <td><strong>3</strong></td> <td><strong>1</strong></td> <td><strong>3</strong></td> <td><strong>2</strong></td> <td><strong>178</strong></td> <td><strong>160</strong></td> <td><strong>11</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td><strong>Easts Tigers</strong></td> <td><strong>8</strong></td> <td><strong>4</strong></td> <td><strong>0</strong></td> <td><strong>4</strong></td> <td><strong>1</strong></td> <td><strong>182</strong></td> <td><strong>145</strong></td> <td><strong>10</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td><strong>Ipswich Jets</strong></td> <td><strong>8</strong></td> <td><strong>3</strong></td> <td><strong>0</strong></td> <td><strong>5</strong></td> <td><strong>1</strong></td> <td><strong>148</strong></td> <td><strong>184</strong></td> <td><strong>8</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td><strong>Carina Tigers</strong></td> <td><strong>8</strong></td> <td><strong>0</strong></td> <td><strong>0</strong></td> <td><strong>8</strong></td> <td><strong>1</strong></td> <td><strong>48</strong></td> <td><strong>270</strong></td> <td><strong>2</strong></td> </tr> </tbody></table><strong></strong><strong>NEXT WEEK'S GAMES</strong><table> <tbody><tr> <td><strong><u></u></strong></td> <td></td> <td></td> <td></td> <td></td> </tr> <tr> <td><u>Saturday 17 May</u></td> <td> </td> <td> </td> <td></td> <td></td> </tr> <tr> <td>Ipswich Jets</td> <td>v </td> <td>Easts Tigers</td> <td>1:15pm</td> <td>Nth Ipswich Reserve</td> </tr> <tr> <td></td> <td></td> <td></td> <td></td> <td></td> </tr> <tr> <td><u>Sunday 18 May</u> <u><o></o></u> </td> <td></td> <td></td> <td></td> <td></td> </tr> <tr> <td>Souths Logan Magpies</td> <td>v </td> <td>Carina Tigers</td> <td>12:15pm</td> <td>Davies Park</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Norths Devils</td> <td>v </td> <td>Wynnum Manly Seagulls</td> <td>1:15pm</td> <td>Bishop Park</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Redcliffe Dolphins</td> <td></td> <td>BYE</td> <td></td> <td></td> </tr> <tr> <td></td> <td></td> <td></td> <td></td> <td></td> </tr> <tr> <td></td> <td></td> <td></td> <td></td> <td></td> </tr> <tr> <td></td> <td></td> <td></td> <td></td> <td></td> </tr> </tbody></table><strong><u><o></o></u></strong><strong><u><o></o></u></strong><p><strong><u><o></o></u></strong></p><p><strong><u><o></o></u></strong></p><p><strong><u><br></u></strong></p><hr><p><strong><u>FOGS COLTS -&nbsp;</u></strong><strong style="font-family: Arial, Helvetica, Verdana, Tahoma, sans-serif; font-size: 14px;"><u>ROUND 11</u></strong></p><p><u><o></o></u></p><p><strong><em><u>Saturday 10 May</u></em></strong></p><p><strong><u><o></o></u></strong></p><p><strong>WYNNUM MANLY SEAGULLS 42 </strong>(Jack Schaffer 2, Joe Burchell, Nick Bainbridge, Brendon McBryde, Dom Timoteo, Amos Rimoni, Craig MacPhail tries; Braydon Mitchell 5 goals) def<strong> IPSWICH JETS 16 </strong>(Daniel Nolan, Tepatasi Faiavailili, Gerico Cecil tries; Dale McDonald 2 goals) at North Ipswich Reserve.</p><p><strong></strong></p><p><strong><em><u>Sunday 11 May</u></em></strong></p><p><strong></strong></p><p><strong>NORTHS DEVILS 28 </strong>(Nikau Cassidy 2, Jake Cannon, Dan Russell, Tom Collins tries; Kane Zalewski 4 goals) def<strong> REDCLIFFE DOLPHINS 22 </strong>(Keith Gadd 2, Lui Tusa, Hayden Hansen, Rinsma Saueha tries; Joshua Marshman goal) at Dolphin Oval.</p><p><strong></strong></p><p><strong>SOUTHS LOGAN MAGPIES 43 </strong>(Simione Fatafehi 2, Ahu Kaumoana 2, Samisoni Vaioleti, Ben Jackson, Declan Morrissy tries; Ben Jackson 7 goals; Ben Jackson field goal) def<strong> EASTS TIGERS 24 </strong>(Mitch Treleavan, Connor Jones, Tom Dempsey, Cameron Boga, Jayden Best tries; Mitch Treleavan 2 goals) at Langlands Park.</p><p><strong></strong></p><p><strong>TWEED HEADS SEAGULLS 40 </strong>(Wilson Bennet 2, Rory Humphrys 2, MacAuley Dawson, Nathan Wilson, Nathan Portelli, Jonty van de Scheur tries; Wilson Bennet 4 goals) def<strong> TOOWOOMBA CLYDESDALES 16 </strong>(Jazz Namana, Brook Croft, Zac Morris tries; Jarrod Lee 2 goals) at Piggabeen Sports.</p><p><strong></strong></p><p><u><o></o></u></p><p><u><o></o></u></p><table> <tbody><tr> <td><strong>Team</strong></td> <td><strong>Played</strong></td> <td><strong>Wins</strong></td> <td><strong>Draws</strong></td> <td><strong>Losses</strong></td> <td><strong>Byes</strong></td> <td><strong>For</strong></td> <td><strong>Agst</strong></td> <td><strong>Points</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td><strong>Burleigh Bears</strong></td> <td><strong>9</strong></td> <td><strong>7</strong></td> <td><strong>0</strong></td> <td><strong>2</strong></td> <td><strong>2</strong></td> <td><strong>265</strong></td> <td><strong>170</strong></td> <td><strong>18</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td><strong>Redcliffe Dolphins</strong></td> <td><strong>9</strong></td> <td><strong>7</strong></td> <td><strong>0</strong></td> <td><strong>2</strong></td> <td><strong>2</strong></td> <td><strong>238</strong></td> <td><strong>164</strong></td> <td><strong>18</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td><strong>Tweed Heads Seagulls</strong></td> <td><strong>9</strong></td> <td><strong>6</strong></td> <td><strong>0</strong></td> <td><strong>3</strong></td> <td><strong>2</strong></td> <td><strong>266</strong></td> <td><strong>156</strong></td> <td><strong>16</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td><strong>Souths Logan Magpies</strong></td> <td><strong>9</strong></td> <td><strong>5</strong></td> <td><strong>1</strong></td> <td><strong>3</strong></td> <td><strong>2</strong></td> <td><strong>232</strong></td> <td><strong>210</strong></td> <td><strong>15</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td><strong>Sunshine Coast Falcons</strong></td> <td><strong>9</strong></td> <td><strong>5</strong></td> <td><strong>0</strong></td> <td><strong>4</strong></td> <td><strong>2</strong></td> <td><strong>268</strong></td> <td><strong>187</strong></td> <td><strong>14</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td><strong>Wynnum Manly Seagulls</strong></td> <td><strong>10</strong></td> <td><strong>6</strong></td> <td><strong>0</strong></td> <td><strong>4</strong></td> <td><strong>1</strong></td> <td><strong>264</strong></td> <td><strong>256</strong></td> <td><strong>14</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td><strong>Norths Devils</strong></td> <td><strong>11</strong></td> <td><strong>5</strong></td> <td><strong>1</strong></td> <td><strong>5</strong></td> <td><strong>0</strong></td> <td><strong>238</strong></td> <td><strong>274</strong></td> <td><strong>11</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td><strong>Easts Tigers</strong></td> <td><strong>9</strong></td> <td><strong>2</strong></td> <td><strong>0</strong></td> <td><strong>7</strong></td> <td><strong>2</strong></td> <td><strong>206</strong></td> <td><strong>265</strong></td> <td><strong>8</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td><strong>Toowoomba Clydesdales</strong></td> <td><strong>9</strong></td> <td><strong>2</strong></td> <td><strong>0</strong></td> <td><strong>7</strong></td> <td><strong>2</strong></td> <td><strong>208</strong></td> <td><strong>363</strong></td> <td><strong>8</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td><strong>Ipswich Jets</strong></td> <td><strong>10</strong></td> <td><strong>1</strong></td> <td><strong>0</strong></td> <td><strong>9</strong></td> <td><strong>1</strong></td> <td><strong>190</strong></td> <td><strong>330</strong></td> <td><strong>4</strong></td> </tr> </tbody></table><strong></strong><p><strong><br></strong></p><p><strong>NEXT WEEK'S GAMES</strong></p><table> <tbody><tr> <td><strong><u></u></strong></td> <td></td> <td></td> <td></td> <td></td> </tr> <tr> <td><u>Saturday 17 May</u> </td> <td> </td> <td> </td> <td></td> <td></td> </tr> <tr> <td>Ipswich Jets</td> <td>v</td> <td>Easts Tigers</td> <td>4:45pm</td> <td>Nth Ipswich Reserve</td> </tr> <tr> <td></td> <td></td> <td></td> <td></td> <td></td> </tr> <tr> <td><u><o></o></u> <u>Sunday 18 May</u> </td> <td></td> <td></td> <td></td> <td></td> </tr> <tr> <td>Souths Logan Magpies</td> <td>v</td> <td>Norths Devils</td> <td>10:30am</td> <td>Davies Park</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Redcliffe Dolphins</td> <td>v</td> <td>Sunshine Coast Falcons</td> <td>12:15pm</td> <td>Dolphin Oval</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Toowoomba Clydesdales</td> <td>v</td> <td>Burleigh Bears</td> <td>2:00pm</td> <td>Gold Park</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Tweed Heads Seagulls</td> <td></td> <td>BYE</td> <td></td> <td></td> </tr> <tr> <td>Wynnum Manly Seagulls</td> <td></td> <td>BYE</td> <td></td> <td></td> </tr></tbody></table> Mon, 12 May 2014 11:00:00 +1000 RESULTS: NSWRL Competitions May 10-11 <p><strong>VB NSW CUP - ROUND NINE</strong></p><p>Mounties 42 (<strong>Tries: </strong>S Sauiluma 4, J Foster, M McIllwrick, J Hawkins, M Pangai;&nbsp;<strong>Goals: </strong>M Cornish 5) def&nbsp;New Zealand Warriors 22 (<strong>Tries: </strong>T Lolohea 2, S Kata, S Waetford;&nbsp;<strong>Goals: </strong>M Lino 3) at Eden Park, Auckland.</p><p>Wentworthville Magpies 30 (<strong>Tries: </strong>R Matterson 2, J Hunt, J Folau, R Morgan, V Toutai;&nbsp;<strong>Goals: </strong>J Hunt 3)&nbsp;def Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 28 (<strong>Tries: </strong>M Fonua 2, S Masima, J Gagan, P Manumalealii;&nbsp;<strong>Goals: </strong>T Robinson 4) at Henson Park, Marrickville.</p><p>Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 28 (<strong>Tries: </strong>C Gutherson, D Reardon, J Horo, M Rudolph, T Andrews;&nbsp;<strong>Goals: </strong>M Rudolph 4) def Wests Tigers 22 (<strong>Tries: </strong>M Koroibete 2, J Hitchcox 2, I Inosesio;&nbsp;<strong>Goals: </strong>T Jennings 1)&nbsp;at Brookvale Oval.</p><p>Newtown Jets 44 (<strong>Tries: </strong>C Taripo 2, J Noble, R Martin, T Moga, S Langi, R Verlinden, K Kara;&nbsp;<strong>Goals: </strong>A Taumata 6) def North Sydney Bears 22 (<strong>Tries: </strong>J Roberts 2, J Garlick, K Aldridge;&nbsp;<strong>Goals: </strong>K Aldridge 3) at Henson Park, Marrickville.</p><p>Illawarra Cutters 34 (<strong>Tries: </strong>P Mata'utia, K Eather, K Glymin, S Pumipi, R O'Brien, M Witt;&nbsp;<strong>Goals: </strong>M Witt 5) def Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 22 (<strong>Tries: </strong>K Brennan, L Perrett, D Cook, P Templeman;&nbsp;<strong>Goals: </strong>P Templeman 3) at WIN Stadium, Wollongong.</p><p>Penrith Panthers 38 (<strong>Tries: </strong>W Blake 2, K Naiqama, B Murdoch Masila, V Tia Kilifi, K Moss, S Anderson;&nbsp;<strong>Goals: </strong>W Smith 5) def Newcastle Knights 16 (<strong>Tries: </strong>B Tupou, T Likiliki;&nbsp;<strong>Goals: </strong>J Mantellato 4) at Cessnock Sports Ground.</p><p>Wyong Roos had the <strong>BYE</strong></p><p><a href="" target="_blank">Click here for a look at the&nbsp;ladder after Round 9 of the VB NSW Cup</a>.</p><hr> <p><strong>RON MASSEY CUP - ROUND TWO (Wednesday)</strong></p><p>Asquith Magpies 36 def Kingsgrove Colts 6 at Jubilee Oval</p><p><strong>RON MASSEY CUP - ROUND EIGHT</strong></p><p>Auburn Warriors 46 def Blacktown Workers 36 at Lidcombe Oval</p><p>Western Suburbs Magpies 36 def Kingsgrove Colts 14 at Campbelltown Sports Stadium</p><p>Guildford Owls 24 def Windsor Wolves 20 at Windsor Sports Complex</p><p>Cabramatta Two Blues drew Wentworthville Magpies 28-all at New Era Stadium</p><p>Asquith Magpies 44 def Burwood North Ryde United 10 at Goddard Park</p><p>The Entrance Tigers 12 def Mounties 11 at EDSACC Oval</p><p><a href="" target="_blank">Click here for a look at the ladder after Round 8 of the Ron Massey Cup</a>.</p><hr> <p><strong>TRUE BLUE CHEMICALS SYDNEY SHIELD - ROUND EIGHT</strong></p><p>Peninsula Seagulls 46 def Guildford Owls 6 at Brookvale Oval</p><p>Blacktown Workers 34 def Auburn Warriors 24 at Lidcombe Oval</p><p>East Campbelltown Eagles 42 def Belrose Eagles 32 at Waminda Oval</p><p>Asquith Magpies 42 def Burwood North Ryde United at Goddard Park</p><p>Wentworthville Magpies 36 def Cabramatta Two Blues 30 at New Era Stadium</p><p>Hills District Bulls 30 def Mounties 10 at Crestwood Oval</p><hr> <p><strong>JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVE GRAND FINAL RESULTS</strong></p><p><u>SG Ball Cup&nbsp;Grand Final</u></p><p>Sydney Roosters 34&nbsp;(L Mitchell 2, I Crichton, P Momorovski, C Ellis, T Edwards, J Tuisava-Scheck tries; P Momorovski 3 goals)&nbsp;def Penrith Panthers 30&nbsp;(F Enese 2, N Cleary, C Crichton, M El Boustani, S Luke tries; N Cleary 3 goals)&nbsp;at Leichhardt Oval</p><p><em>In the National Under 18's Final, the&nbsp;Sydney Roosters will play the Townsville Stingers next Saturday, 3:20pm at 1300SMILES Stadium as part of the Cowboys v Roosters NRL match day.</em></p><p><u>Harold Matthews Cup Grand Final</u></p><section> <p>Newcastle Knights 34 (H Young 2, J Taylor, H Gibbs, B Musgrove, B O'Hagan, B Jones tries; B O'Hagan 3 goals) def. Penrith Panthers 4 (J Pupu try) at Leichhardt Oval</p><p><em>In the National Under 16's Final, the Newcastle Knights will play the Northern Pride next Saturday, 1:45pm at 1300SMILES Stadium as part of the Cowboys v Roosters NRL match day.</em></p></section> Mon, 12 May 2014 10:40:00 +1000 First Utility Super League XIX - Round 12 Review <p>Round 12 saw Wakefield Wildcats claim a vital win at Widnes Vikings which moved them eight points clear of second bottom Bradford Bulls who were shutout by Saints.</p><p>The game of the round saw League Leaders Leeds Rhinos getting past local rivals Castleford Tigers in a tough contest at the Mend-Hose-Jungle.</p><p>Below we review how the games went:-</p><hr><p><strong>Castleford Tigers 14</strong></p><p>Tries: Dixon, Sneyd<br>Goals: Sneyd 3</p><p><strong>Leeds Rhinos <wbr> 22</strong></p><p>Tries: Jones-Bishop 2, Watkins 2<br>Goals: Sinfield 3</p><p>Att: 9,208</p><p>Leeds Rhinos made it seven wins on the bounce as they claimed a hard-fought win over Castleford Tigers at the Mend-A-Hose Jungle.</p><p>Third place Castleford were hoping to make amends for thier last gap defeat at Huddersfield last week but with only a four day turnaround they faced the daunting task of taking on the League leader's thier great local West Yorkshire rivals Leeds Rhinos.</p><p>Played in damp, greasy conditions the opening few minutes both teams cancelled each other out until the Tigers gained the upper hand when hooker Adam Milner put Kirk Dixon through a gap out wide on eight minutes.</p><p>Marc Sneyd kicked the touchline conversion and then made it 8-0 by tagging on a penalty goal</p><p>Leeds began to settle down and built some pressure in the CAS twenty and this eventually told as the ball was moved out wide for Ben Jones-Bishop to squeeze over at the corner.</p><p>Kevin Sinfield added the extras and then on the half hour Kallum Watkins took Zak Hardaker's pass and powered his way over the line to make it 12-8.</p><p>But, as typically for this season, the homeside would not go away and then took the game to the Rhinos after coming being stopped by some good gaol line defence,</p><p>Sneyd jinked his way over the line in final few minutes of the first half. The scrum-half added the extras to give his side a narrow 14-12 lead into the interval.</p><p>After the break, the Rhinos came out strongly and they re-took the lead as Hardaker was first to reach Danny McGuire's kick and he patted the ball back for Watkins to get Jones-Bishop, over for his second try of the night.</p><p>This was the key moment of the game as the men from Headingley began to dominate and they won the game on 55 minutes after good work by substitute Liam Sutcliffe led to Watkins showing tremendous strength in scoring his second try.</p><p>Sinfield kicked his third goal as Leeds closed the game out comfortably to remain as pace setters in the First Utility Super League.</p><hr><p><strong>Hull FC <wbr> 16</strong></p><p>Tries: Ellis, Shaul, Talanoa<br>Goals: Miller 2</p><p><strong>Wigan Warriors 44</strong></p><p>Tries: Sarginson 3, Gelling 2, Hughes,&nbsp;Burgess, Manfredi<br>Goals: Smith 6</p><p>Att: 10,539</p><p>Wigan Warriors bounced back from last week defeat at Leeds in style as they eased past Hull FC at the KC Stadium.</p><p>It was all hands to the deck for the Warriors as they were without Josh Charnley, Sean O'Loughlin, Liam Farrell and Matty Bowen, which left them without any recognised full-back.</p><p>But, this did not hinder them as makeshift Full-Back Dan Sarginson opened the scoring after seven minutes. Anthony Gelling then powered his way over and Matty Smith made it 14-0 with a penalty to add to his two conversions as Wigan dominated the early stages of the game.</p><p>Hull got into the game on the back of an error By Dom Manfredi and this led to Gareth Ellis going over the line on 26 minutes.</p><p>The visitors increased the lead three minutes before half-time when Smith broke clear and sent over the supporting Jack Hughes to make it 18-02 at the break.</p><p>There was no way back for The Black and Whites in the early stages of the second half when the Warriors hit them with two quick tries.</p><p>Gelling combined with Michael McIlorum to get Burgess over before Sarginson sliced through second try of the night.</p><p>Trailing 30-6 Jamie Shaul pulled a try back but Manfredi atoned for his early error by go in for Wigan's sixth try just after the hour mark.</p><p>Gelling added another before his run setup Sarginson to complete his hat-trick on 71 minutes but the hosts had the final say when Fetuli Talanoa scored in the last few minutes of the game.</p><hr><p><strong>Warrington Wolves 42</strong></p><p>Tries: J. Monaghan 2, England, Ratchford,&nbsp;Bridge, Higham, Laithwaite<br>Goals: Bridge 7</p><p><strong>Catalans Dragons 10</strong></p><p>Tries: Duport, Escare<br>Goal: Barthau</p><p>Att: 8,816</p><p>Warrington Wolves ran in seven tries as they brushed aside a poor Catalans Dragons at the H.J. Stadium.</p><p>After a shock loos at Bradford last week, Warrington welcomed back Stefan Ratchford to partner Chris Bridge in the halves.</p><p>The start of the contest was riddled with poor handling as both side struggled to hang on to the ball in the opening ten minutes of the game.</p><p>After the Dragons winger Michael Oldfield was denied a try in the corner by good defence by Rhys Evans, this gave the Wolves the impetuous they needed and soon after this Joel Monaghan opened the scoring on 17 minutes.</p><p>It got better for the home side three minutes later when England was on hand to pick up the loose ball after a Michael Monaghan pass had come off a Catalan defender.</p><p>Try number three soon followed and it was a superb effort when full back Matty Russell broke from deep, Gene Ormsby carried on the move and his inside pass allowed Joel Monaghan to claim his second try of the night.</p><p>Five minutes before half-time Ratchford scored a fine individual try and with Chris Bridge kicking his fourth goal Warrington were out of sight leading 24-0.</p><p>It took less than a minute after the restart for the hosts to increase their lead when Ben Evans charged down William Barthau's kick and James Laithwaite scooped up the loose ball to send Bridge racing clear to score.</p><p>The dominance continued when a break by prop Chris Hill saw the supporting Micky Higham sprint clear to touch down underneath the posts. Laithwaite claimed Warrington's seventh try of the night before the French outfit finally got on the scoreboard on 65 minutes with Vincent Duport's try powering his way over.</p><p>The visitors also claimed a last minute try through Morgan Escare, but it was not thier night as Warrington claimed the points to stay in the eight.</p><hr><p><strong>Widnes Vikings 18</strong></p><p>Tries: Hulme 2, Flynn<br>Goals: Tickle 3</p><p><strong>Wakefield Wildcats 24</strong></p><p>Tries: Riley, Moore, Siejka, Sykes<br>Goals: Sammut 4</p><p>Att: 5,186</p><p>Wakefield Wildcats claimed a last gasp valuable win over Widnes Vikings at the Select Security Stadium.</p><p>The Wildcats went into the clash boasting a six-match winning run against Widnes stretching back to 2005 as they looked to put daylight between themselves and second bottom Bradford Bulls.</p><p>After build up some pressure, the Wildcats struck first when Jarrad Sammut collected Kevin Brown' loose pass and raced 80-meters before sending Chris Riley over. Sammut kicked the extras to make it 6-0 after seven minutes.</p><p>Veteran prop Richard Moore made even better for the visitors when he charged through two defenders to make it 12-0 on the twenty minute mark.</p><p>But the Vikings hit back and they got back into the contest with Brown and Marsh combining for Declan Hulme to cross in the corner.</p><p>Brown continued to pull the strings and just before the break his long pass put Paddy Flynn over in the corner. Danny Tickle added his second goal as the teams went into the break all square at 12-12.</p><p>Shortly into the second half, Hulme struck as he got on the end of Danny Craven's kick. Once again the ever reliable Tickle made no mistake with the extras as the hosts took the lead for the first time 18-12.</p><p>Wakefield would not give in and they got back on terms with ex Dragon Harry Siejka plunging over the line.</p><p>This setup a frantic finish in which both side came close to breaking the deadlock and finally with time running out Paul Sykes swept over with the last play of the match to snatch the game for the Wildcats who moved clear of the relegation zone.</p><hr><p><strong>London Broncos 16</strong></p><p>Tries: Vea, Foster, Solomona<br>Goals: Drinkwater 2</p><p><strong>Huddersfield Giants 30</strong></p><p>Tries: Lunt, Ta'ai 2, Mullally,&nbsp;Cudjoe<br>Goals: Brough 5</p><p>Att: 1,035</p><p>Huddersfield Giants claimed the points in a close contest with London Broncos at The Hive.</p><p>The Broncos welcomed back Scott Moore from suspension as new Head Coach Joe Grimar started his rein.</p><p>Huddersfield, who were on a three match winning run, started more brightly and grabbed the lead when Shaun Lunt crossed from close range on six minutes.</p><p>The Londoners struggled to get into the game but on 16 minutes after a break by Moore, Atelea Vea was on hand to touchdown.</p><p>It took just nine more minutes for the Giants to regain the lead and this came courtesy of Ukuma Ta'ai who broke through a series of tackles to power his way over the line.</p><p>But, showing good spirit, the Londoners responded with two scores of their own, to lead 14-10.</p><p>Firstly Alex Foster stretched to score after good work from Ben Farrar, then moments later Denny Solomona raced in at the corner after good work by Mason Caton-Brown.</p><p>Josh Drinkwater kicked a penalty before half-time to give the hosts a six point cushion at the break.</p><p>The Giants flew out of the blocks after the restart and hit London with two tries in the opening four minutes of the second half to take control.</p><p>Anthony Mullally was the first to cross after a short pass from Lunt, with Ta'ai then grabbing his second when he went through a gap in the hosts defence.</p><p>The next score did not arrive until 65th&nbsp;minute when Danny Brough kicked a penalty goal to give the West Yorkshire side an eight-point advantage.</p><p>With time running out up stepped Leroy Cudjoe to score the match clinching try as the Giants inflicted a 13 successive defeat on London this season.</p><hr><p><strong>Salford Red Devils 16</strong></p><p>Tries: Meli 2, Gleeson<br>Goals: Mullaney 2</p><p><strong>Hull KR 16</strong></p><p>Tries: Welham, Larroyer, Costigan<br>Goals: Burns 2</p><p>Att: 5,000</p><p>Salford Red Devils ended thier four match loosing run by playing out a draw with Hull KR at the AJ Bell Stadium.</p><p>The opening quarter of the game was scoreless despite the visitors from Hull dominating and against the run of play the Red Devils took the lead.</p><p>Star-man Rangi Chase's long pass sent Francis Meli on a clear run to score out wide after 22 minutes. Four minutes later Rovers got back on terms when Travis Burns combined with his half-back partner Kris Keating to get Kris Welham over the line.</p><p>This gave the Robins the upper hand and it was no surprise when second rower Kevin Larroyer took advantage of a mistake by Salford Full-Back Jake Mullaney to give his side a 10-4 lead at the break.</p><p>Salford made a better start to the second half and after building the pressure Junior Sau got his winger Meli over for his second try of the contest. Mullaney's touchline conversion levelled the scores.</p><p>However, Rovers regained the lead on 59 minutes when loose forward Neville Costigan gathered a loose ball following Burns' grubber kick to go over for his side's third try.</p><p>The game remained in the balance until on 63 minutes Red Devils centre Martin Gleeson followed up Chase's high kick to touch down and Mullaney kicked his second goal to make it 16-16.</p><p>Costigan was inches short of the line as Rovers went for the victory that probably deserved and Ben Cockayne fumbled a drop-goal attempt while Chase struck the woodwork with his attempted one-pointer, as both sides had to settle for share of the spoils.</p><hr><p><strong>Bradford Bulls 0</strong></p><p><strong>St Helens <wbr> 50</strong></p><p>Tries: Wilkin 2, Walsh, Lomax, Makinson,&nbsp;Swift, Soliola, Scarsbrook, Roby<br>Goals: Walsh 7</p><p>Att: 6,311</p><p>St Helens shut out Bradford Bulls in a one-sided game at the Provident Stadium Odsal.</p><p>Both teams came into this contest after good results last week. Bradford claimed a shock win over Warrington and Saints eased past winless London Broncos.</p><p>However, the Bulls had were down to bear bones as Luke Gale, Brett Kearney, Manase Manuokafoa, Matty Blythe, Dale Ferguson, James Donaldson, Jamal Fakir and Oliver Roberts were all absent through injury.</p><p>Bradford had the first chance to score but Adam Henry was held short after good defence by the visitors.</p><p>It took 11 minutes before St Helens broke the deadlock and this came courtesy of Matty Dawson who broke from his own twenty and was halted short of the line, but in the next play Jon Wilkin touched down</p><p>Just before the hour mark, Lance Hohaia made the break and in support was Luke Walsh to add try number two and then the Ex Penrith Panther setup the third score up for Jonny Lomax when his kick was palmed back by Tommy Makinson.</p><p>Walsh now pulling the strings laid on laid a second try for Wilkin just on Half time as Saints led 22-0 and effectively put Bradford out of the game.</p><p>After the break, St Helens continued thier dominance as Makinson and other winger Adam Swift both crossed as the game became one-sided.</p><p>In the final quarter as the hosts began to tire and Saints took full advantage of this as Soliola, Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook and James Roby all got on the scoresheet as the visitors kept the pressure on League Leaders Leeds Rhinos.</p><p>At the other end of the table, the Bulls remain eight points behind third-bottom Wakefield as they face a real relegation battle.</p><hr id="horizontalrule"><h2>First Utility Super League Round 12</h2><table><thead><tr><td>Pos</td><td>Team</td><td>Played</td><td>Won</td><td>Drawn</td><td>Lost</td><td>PtsAgst</td><td>PtsFor</td></tr></thead><tbody><tr><td>1</td><td><a href="">Leeds Rhinos</a></td><td>12</td><td>10</td><td>1</td><td>1</td><td>376</td><td>108</td><td>21</td></tr><tr><td>2</td><td><a href="">St Helens</a></td><td>12</td><td>10</td><td>0</td><td>2</td><td>394</td><td>215</td><td>20</td></tr><tr><td>3</td><td><a href="">Wigan Warriors</a></td><td>11</td><td>8</td><td>0</td><td>3</td><td>362</td><td>202</td><td>16</td></tr><tr><td>4</td><td><a href="">Castleford Tigers</a></td><td>12</td><td>8</td><td>0</td><td>4</td><td>376</td><td>217</td><td>16</td></tr><tr><td>5</td><td><a href="">Huddersfield Giants</a></td><td>12</td><td>6</td><td>2</td><td>4</td><td>317</td><td>259</td><td>14</td></tr><tr><td>6</td><td><a href="">Widnes Vikings</a></td><td>11</td><td>7</td><td>0</td><td>4</td><td>269</td><td>269</td><td>14</td></tr><tr><td>7</td><td><a href="">Warrington Wolves</a></td><td>12</td><td>6</td><td>0</td><td>6</td><td>279</td><td>241</td><td>12</td></tr><tr><td>8</td><td><a href="">Hull FC</a></td><td>12</td><td>5</td><td>0</td><td>7</td><td>286</td><td>234</td><td>10</td></tr><tr><td>9</td><td><a href="">Hull KR</a></td><td>12</td><td>4</td><td>2</td><td>6</td><td>253</td><td>285</td><td>10</td></tr><tr><td>10</td><td><a href="">Catalan Dragons</a></td><td>12</td><td>5</td><td>0</td><td>7</td><td>288</td><td>372</td><td>10</td></tr><tr><td>11</td><td><a href="">Salford Red Devils</a></td><td>12</td><td>4</td><td>1</td><td>7</td><td>227</td><td>327</td><td>9</td></tr><tr><td>12</td><td><a href="">Wakefield Wildcats</a></td><td>12</td><td>4</td><td>0</td><td>8</td><td>265</td><td>346</td><td>8</td></tr><tr><td>13</td><td><a href="">Bradford Bulls</a></td><td>12</td><td>3</td><td>0</td><td>9</td><td>188</td><td>452</td><td>0</td></tr><tr><td>14</td><td><a href="">London Broncos</a></td><td>12</td><td>0</td><td>0</td><td>12</td><td>164</td><td>517</td><td>0</td></tr></tbody></table> Mon, 12 May 2014 10:30:00 +1000 Reg Gasnier passes away <p>Rugby League Immortal Reg Gasnier has passed away overnight, aged 74. Born on May 12, 1939, the St George legend died in the Miranda Nursing Home just one day short of his 75th birthday. He had been battling illness for a number of years after suffering a stroke.<br><br>Regarded by many as the best centre to have ever played the game, Gasnier played in 39 Test matches for Australia, scoring 28 tries and 125 matches for the St George Dragons during their world record 11-straight premierships.</p> <p>Nicknamed 'Puff the Magic Dragon', 'Gaz' and 'The Prince of Centres', Gasnier possessed an amazing turn of speed that more often than not left all in his wake. He was the competition's leading try scorer in 1960 (25t), 1963 (24t) and 1964 (18t). He scored two tries in the 1960 Grand Final victory and played in six premiership winning sides. Gasnier suffered a knee injury and then a broken leg while captain-coach of Australia in 1967. Another leg injury during a provincial match in Avignon on December 21st, 1967 forced Gasnier into an early retirement, at just 28 years of age.<br><br>Following retirement, Gasnier was awarded an AM and went on to ABC commentary work. He later became a successful marketing manager for a Sydney packaging firm.<br><br>In 2008, Gasnier was named at centre in the Australian Rugby League’s Team of the Century. He was named a Rugby League Immortal when the concept was inaugurated in 1981.<br><br><strong>Reg Gasnier Fact File:</strong><br><br>St George junior (Renown United).<br><br>FIRST GRADE, ST GEORGE 1959-67:<br>125 games.<br>127 tries, 20 goals (421 points).<br><br>St George Verses Vs touring sides 1962-63, 2 games, 3 tries.<br><br>Total for St George: 127 games, 130 tries.<br><br>CITY REP GAMES 1959-67:<br>City 1959-65, 5 games, 3 tries.<br>City Vs touring sides 1960-64, 3 games, 4 tries.<br><br>NEW SOUTH WALES 1959-67:<br>NSW Vs Queensland 1959-67, 16 games, 13 tries.<br>NSW Vs touring sides 1959-67, 5 games, 4 tries.<br><br>Total for NSW: 21 games, 17 tries.<br><br>AUSTRALIA 1959-67 (Captain on 8 occasions):<br>Tests and World Cup 1959-67, 39 games, 28 tries<br>Tour matches 1959-67, 38 games, 37 tries.<br><br>Total for Australia: 77 games, 65 tries.<br><br>GRAND TOTAL:<br>First class matches, 233 games, 219 tries.</p> Mon, 12 May 2014 07:47:21 +1000 Bulldogs claim top spot on NRL ladder <p>The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have made light work of the St. George Illawarra Dragons, 38-6, at ANZ Stadium in front of a modest crowd of 21,077 on a beautiful Sunday afternoon.</p><p>Sam Perrett was awarded first points for the Bulldogs by the video referee as Josh Reynolds linked with his fullback. The sliding defence of the Dragons unable to cover as the Bulldogs jumped to 6-0 after 5 minutes.</p><p>The man-monster himself, Tony Williams played outstandingly for the blue and white and he was rewarded as he powered over the Dragons defence with ease. The Bulldogs led 10-0 after as many minutes.</p><p>Speedy back, Tim Lafai was key to the Bulldogs attack and his efforts saw him cross the try line twice in the 24th and 33rd minute. His footwork and speed put the Bulldogs on the front foot and saw them take a 22-0 lead into the sheds at the break.</p><p>The Bulldogs started the second half much like the first by scoring in the opening minutes. Tim Lafai posted his hat trick crossing for his third try in the 46th minute. The Dragons defence crumbling as the Bulldogs made it 26-0.</p><p>Midway through the second half, Greg Eastwood put on some fancy footwork as he glided through the Dragons pack following brilliant work from Josh Morris and Tony Williams.</p><p>The final points from the blue and white came as Man of the Match, Josh Reynolds took an intercept pass and bolted 90 metres down field and possibly straight into a NSW Blues jersey.</p><p>The Bulldogs looked to hold the Dragons to nil for just the second time in their history, however the duck egg was broken as Brett Morris dived over the line in the 78th minute.</p><p>The blue and white army signing strongly as their club climbed to outright leaders of the Telstra Premiership on 14 competition points with a 38-6 defeat of the Dragons.</p><hr><strong>Match Details</strong><br><strong>St. George Illawarra Dragons 6 Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 38</strong><br>Venue: ANZ Stadium<br>Crowd: 21077<br> Halftime Score: St. George Illawarra Dragons 0 Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 22<br><br><strong> Players of the Match:</strong><br>3 points - Josh Reynolds<br>2 points - Timoteo Lafai<br>1 point - Tony Williams<br><br> <p><strong>ST. GEORGE ILLAWARRA DRAGONS (6)</strong><br><strong>Tries:</strong> Brett Morris<br><strong>Field Goals:</strong><br><strong>Conversions:</strong> Gareth Widdop (1/1)<br><strong>Penalty Goals:</strong></p><p><strong>CANTERBURY-BANKSTOWN BULLDOGS (38)</strong><br><strong>Tries:</strong> Sam Perrett, Tony Williams, Timoteo Lafai (3), Greg Eastwood, Josh Reynolds<br><strong>Field Goals:</strong><br><strong>Conversions:</strong> Trent Hodkinson (5/7)<br><strong>Penalty Goals:</strong></p><hr><strong> Live Commentary</strong><br> <p>LATE MAIL: Bulldogs -&nbsp;Corey Thompson has been replaced by former Dragon, Chase Stanley on the wing.</p><p>LATE MAIL: Dragons -&nbsp;Unchanged and will take the field 1-17</p><p>Welcome to ANZ Stadium as we bring you LIVE Mother's Day coverage on this beautiful Sunday afternoon. Today sees the St. George Illawarra Dragons host the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs.</p><p><strong>1: </strong>We are UNDERWAY at ANZ Stadium as the Bulldogs through Chase Stanley kick off</p><p><strong>1: </strong>Good opening sets from both teams, solid kicks on the end of it and no mistakes after almost 2 minutes.</p><p><strong>3: </strong>First penalty of the game goes to the Bulldogs, hand on the ball is the call. Michael Ennis took a quick tap and managed to link with Tim Lafai who charged over the half way line.</p><p><strong>3: </strong>Aidan Tolman dives on a loose ball as the Dragons knocked down a pass. ZERO TACKLE for the Bulldogs as they attack 30 metres out</p><p><strong>4: </strong>VIDEO REFEREE for the Bulldogs, looking at obstruction as Sam Perrett slipped through the Dragons defence.</p><p><strong>5: </strong><strong><strong>TRY CANTERBURY-BANKSTOWN BULLDOGS </strong><br>Scored by Sam Perrett. Kick to come.</strong><br>Sam Perrett gets the GREEN LIGHTS as the Bulldogs passed across from Josh Reynolds, Jackson went through the line as Gareth Widdop slid across and pushed Gerard Beale wide. Sam Perrett too much power as he bolted over the line.</p><p><strong>6: </strong><strong><strong>SUCCESSFUL CONVERSION CANTERBURY-BANKSTOWN BULLDOGS </strong><br>Conversion attempt by Trent Hodkinson successful.</strong><br>Trent Hodkinson with the conversion attempt from out wide on the eastern side, 29 from 32 attempts now in 2014.</p><p><strong>7: </strong>Trent Hodkinson kicks deep on the last tackle, collected by Nathan Green at the back for the Dragons. They attack from their own 10 metre line.</p><p><strong>10: </strong>VIDEO REFEREE for the Bulldogs, Tony Williams claiming a TRY as Chase Stanley knocked back a Trent Hodkinson cross field kick.</p><p><strong>10: </strong><strong><strong>TRY CANTERBURY-BANKSTOWN BULLDOGS </strong><br>Scored by Tony Williams. Kick to come.</strong><br>Tony Williams gets GREEN LIGHT as he powered over the top of the Dragons defenders as Chase Stanley jumped high to knock back a Hodkinson cross field kick. Williams too strong to be denied at the try line.</p><p><strong>12: </strong><strong><strong>UNSUCCESSFUL CONVERSION CANTERBURY-BANKSTOWN BULLDOGS </strong><br>Conversion attempt by Trent Hodkinson unsuccessful.</strong><br>Trent Hodkinson fails to convert from the western side, score remains</p><p><strong>12: </strong>Kick from the Bulldogs allowed to bounce dead by Josh Dugan, 20 metre tap called for the Dragons</p><p><strong>13: </strong>Beautiful leap from Sam Perrett as he jumped high to take the bomb from Gareth Widdop. Bulldogs start their set 20 metres off their own try line.</p><p><strong>14: </strong><strong><strong>UNFORCED ERROR CANTERBURY-BANKSTOWN BULLDOGS</strong><br> Josh Morris makes an unforced error.</strong><br>Josh Morris makes a meal of the ball at the ruck as he tried to get a pass away from acting half. Scrum for the Dragons on half way</p><p><strong>15: </strong><strong><strong>UNFORCED ERROR ST. GEORGE ILLAWARRA DRAGONS</strong><br> Ben Creagh makes an unforced error.</strong><br>Ben Creagh charged hard into a questionable pass and unable to take the ball and it's knocked on. Scrum for the Bulldogs 15 metres from their own try line.</p><p><strong>17: </strong>ZERO TACKLE for the Bulldogs as the Dragons stripped out the ball in the ruck, Dogs with the ball just shy of the half way line.</p><p><strong>17: </strong>Hodkinson chipped ahead looking for a chaser of the Bulldogs, but it's collected without issue by Nathan Green on the Dragons try line.</p><p><strong>18: </strong>Interchange made by the Dragons -&nbsp;Dan Hunt has been replaced by Jack Stockwell.</p><p><strong>18: </strong>Interchange made by Bulldogs -&nbsp;Greg Eastwood has been replaced by Dale Finucane</p><p><strong>19: </strong>Double knock on the call as the Bulldogs pushed an offload away from Josh Reynolds. Tim Lafai ruled to have got a hand on the ball as it hit the ground. Scrum for the Dragons 10 metres off their own try line.</p><p><strong>20: </strong>Interchange made by the Dragons - Mike Cooper replaces Trent Merrin</p><p><strong>21: </strong>Interchange made by the Bulldogs -&nbsp;Sam Kasiano comes on to replace Aidan Tolman</p><p><strong>22: </strong>Incredible play from the Bulldogs, Kasiano offloaded across to Perrett who linked with Mitch Brown with a floating pass on the eastern side. However, it does come off as the kick on last tackle is taken on the full by Nathan Green in goal, 20 metre tap for the Dragons.</p><p><strong>22: </strong>Josh Morris dives on a loose ball as the Dragons spill it 10 metres short of the half way line. ZERO TACKLE for them.</p><p><strong>23: </strong>ZERO TACKLE for the Bulldogs again as their offload is knocked down by the Dragons. The Bulldogs all over the Dragons as they attack 20 metres out</p><p><strong>24: </strong><strong><strong>TRY CANTERBURY-BANKSTOWN BULLDOGS </strong><br>Scored by Timoteo Lafai. Kick to come.</strong><br>Tim Lafai has been rewarded as he stepped back on the inside as the Bulldogs spread from centre field as Sam Kasiano managed to get an offload out the back as he was getting tackled by 4 Dragons. The attack shifted across through Michael Ennis who linked with Lafai</p><p><strong>25: </strong><strong><strong>SUCCESSFUL CONVERSION CANTERBURY-BANKSTOWN BULLDOGS </strong><br>Conversion attempt by Trent Hodkinson successful.</strong><br>Trent Hodkinson makes it 2/3 goals this afternoon as he nails the conversion from the eastern side of ANZ Stadium</p><p><strong>26: </strong><strong><strong>UNFORCED ERROR CANTERBURY-BANKSTOWN BULLDOGS</strong><br> Josh Jackson makes an unforced error.</strong><br>Josh Jackson unable to take an offload rushed from Tony Williams. ZERO TACKLE for the Dragons as they have a crack at the defence 20 metres out from the Bulldogs try line.</p><p><strong>28: </strong>Gareth Widdop gifted Tim Lafai a poor grubber kick on the last tackle. Dragons not challenging the Bulldogs defence as Mitch Rein was the only one to change a chance at the try line.</p><p><strong>28: </strong>Sam Williams jumped high in goal and gave the Dragons a 20 metre tap as a result.</p><p><strong>30: </strong>Sam Perrett grounds the rolling kick from Widdop in goal, line drop out conceded as the Dragons earn a repeat set. Bulldogs the top team at the moment as the Dragons will get a chance for the second time to strike at the try line.</p><p><strong>30: </strong>Penalty to the Dragons, their first of the afternoon. Second effort in the tackle. Dragons attack 20 metres out from the Bulldogs try line.</p><p><strong>31: </strong>Another penalty to the Dragons, markers not square on the try line. Josh Dugan attempted a quick tap but unable to inside the 10 metre zone. Dragons with a full set now.</p><p><strong>32: </strong><strong><strong>UNFORCED ERROR ST. GEORGE ILLAWARRA DRAGONS</strong><br> Jack Stockwell makes an unforced error.</strong><br>Jack Stockwell looking for the try line off a short pass from Mitch Rein, but he drops it as he was tackled. Sam Perrett jumps on the ball and the Bulldogs dart out of their red zone.</p><p><strong>32: </strong>Interchange made by the Bulldogs -&nbsp;Sam Kasiano comes off, Tim Browne comes on</p><p><strong>33: </strong>VIDEO REFEREE for the Bulldogs, Tim Lafai is the scorer. </p><p><strong>33: </strong><strong><strong>TRY CANTERBURY-BANKSTOWN BULLDOGS </strong><br>Scored by Timoteo Lafai. Kick to come.</strong><br>Tim Lafai gets GREEN LIGHTS and he gets his second of afternoon as Josh Jackson backed himself with a little kick and straightened run. Lafai darted into the hole as he dived on the loose ball. Brilliant broken play by the Bulldogs.</p><p><strong>34: </strong><strong><strong>SUCCESSFUL CONVERSION CANTERBURY-BANKSTOWN BULLDOGS </strong><br>Conversion attempt by Trent Hodkinson successful.</strong><br>Trent Hodkinson makes no mistake from out wide on the right side of ANZ Stadium.</p><p><strong>35: </strong>Trent Hodkison rolls a kick down towards the try line and it's taken by Josh Dugan at the 10 metre line. Bulldogs rolling easily up field in this first half</p><p><strong>36: </strong>Trent Hodkinson ON REPORT and penalised for bending a leg back in a dangerous position in the tackle of Joel Thompson. Dragons with the penalty. </p><p><strong>36: </strong>Joel Thompson ran straight at Trent Hodkinson on the next tackle and muscled up with Josh Morris. Fired up is the centre as the Dragons attack from half way</p><p><strong>37: </strong>Sam Williams stabs a little kick through the Bulldogs defence, Chase Stanley shadows the ball dead and it's a 20 metre tap for the Bulldogs</p><p><strong>38: </strong>Gerard Beale juggled the kick of Hodkinson at the goal line and managed to hold possession. Dragons stuck down in their red zone</p><p><strong>39: </strong>Intercept was written all over the Bulldogs as the Dragons spread back to Widdop, luckily the Dragons held onto possession, however Morris was taken over the sideline. Change over for the Bulldogs 10 metres short of half way</p><p><strong>40: </strong>HALF TIME at ANZ STADIUM sees the Bulldogs rolling right through the Dragons pack as they lead 22-0 at the break.</p><p><strong>40: </strong>The second half about to kick off as the Bulldogs and Dragons exit the tunnel here at ANZ Stadium</p><p><strong>40: </strong>Second half is UNDERWAY here at ANZ Stadium as the Dragons kick off and trail 22-0</p><p><strong>41: </strong>Time off here as Josh Dugan is with the trainer with a possible neck concern</p><p><strong>41: </strong>Time back on as Dugan plays the ball with concern with his neck remaining. In the next play Jack de Belin struggles to play the ball in the heavy contact, trainer with him at the back of play.</p><p><strong>42: </strong>First penalty of the second half goes to the Bulldogs as Trent Merrin was caught inside the 10 metres at the ruck. Bulldogs attack from the touch finder 20 metres out</p><p><strong>43: </strong><strong><strong>TRY CANTERBURY-BANKSTOWN BULLDOGS </strong><br>Scored by Timoteo Lafai. Kick to come.</strong><br>Tim Lafai puts on some fancy footwork after taking a short pass from Sam Perrett as the Bulldog shifted across to Josh Reynolds. The Bulldogs attack is brilliant as the Dragons defence crumbled under pressure.</p><p><strong>45: </strong><strong><strong>UNSUCCESSFUL CONVERSION CANTERBURY-BANKSTOWN BULLDOGS </strong><br>Conversion attempt by Trent Hodkinson unsuccessful.</strong><br>Trent Hodkinson with a difficult attempt from the western sideline of ANZ Stadium hits the uprights and it bounces away</p><p><strong>46: </strong>Sam Perrett with a brilliant read of the kick off from Josh Dugan, took the kick dead. Penalty on half way for the Bulldogs</p><p><strong>47: </strong>A messy set by the Bulldogs standards this afternoon, a poor kick from Hodkinson on the last tackle was allowed to bounce. Brett Morris collected the ball and the Dragons start their set 10 metres off their try line.</p><p><strong>47: </strong>ZERO TACKLE for the Bulldogs as the ball is spilt by the Dragons attackers Bulldogs attack 35 metres out from the Dragons try line</p><p><strong>48: </strong>Penalty to the Bulldogs, high tackle the call as Ben Creagh caught Sam Perrett high around the face as he fell into the tackle. Bulldogs attack 10 metres out as Reynolds took a quick tap.</p><p><strong>49: </strong>Penalty on the try line for the Bulldogs, second push down as Mitch Rein dug into the ruck. Bulldogs take the quick tap 10 metres out from the try line.</p><p><strong>50: </strong>A wayward pass from Josh Reynolds lands at the feet of Mitch Brown and he belts it into Row 10 with the deflection. </p><p><strong>51: </strong>Interchange by the Dragons -&nbsp;Mike Cooper comes off, Leeson Ah Mau comes on</p><p><strong>51: </strong>Double interchange by the Bulldogs - Tim&nbsp;Browne and James Graham off, David Klemmer and Aidan Tolman on</p><p><strong>52: </strong>Dragons knock the Josh Reynolds kick dead and it's a line drop out for the Dragons, repeat set for the Bulldogs.</p><p><strong>54: </strong>Nathan Green forces the kick dead as Josh Morris rushed through off a Trent Hodkinson grubber kick. Another line drop out for the Dragons, repeat set coming for the blue and white.</p><p><strong>55: </strong>Gareth Widdop on the fly takes the kick from Trent Hodkinson and the Dragons have possession 10 metres off their own try line.</p><p><strong>55: </strong>Mitch Brown ruled offside and a penalty awarded to the Dragons. Count is 5-4 in favour of the Bulldogs. Dragons kick for touch and attack on half way</p><p><strong>56: </strong>Change over for the Bulldogs as the Dragons failed to get to their kick. Bulldogs with possession through Tony Williams on their 10 metre line.</p><p><strong>58: </strong>Josh Dugan takes a chip kick from Josh Jackson and charges 40 metres down field before being wrapped up by three Bulldogs defenders.</p><p><strong>58: </strong>Nothing comes of the attack as Josh Reynolds forces the ball free and the Bulldogs have the ball.</p><p><strong>61: </strong><strong><strong>TRY CANTERBURY-BANKSTOWN BULLDOGS </strong><br>Scored by Greg Eastwood. Kick to come.</strong><br>Greg Eastwood has darted and stepped through the Dragons defenders in broken play to score himself as he raced away from a Josh Morris pass who originally took an offload from Tony Williams. </p><p><strong>62: </strong><strong><strong>SUCCESSFUL CONVERSION CANTERBURY-BANKSTOWN BULLDOGS </strong><br>Conversion attempt by Trent Hodkinson successful.</strong><br>Trent Hodkinson with the easiest conversion attempt from right in front of the posts.</p><p><strong>65: </strong><strong><strong>UNFORCED ERROR ST. GEORGE ILLAWARRA DRAGONS</strong><br> Ben Creagh makes an unforced error.</strong><br>Ben Creagh unable to handle the ball as Frizell offload to him on the fly. Bulldogs scrum feed just short of the half way line.</p><p><strong>66: </strong>Double interchange made by the Bulldogs -&nbsp;Aidan Tolman off, Tim Browne on and Michael Ennis off, Sam Kasiano on</p><p><strong>67: </strong>Penalty to the Dragons, count is 5-all and the Dragons attack 20 metres out</p><p><strong>68: </strong><strong><strong>TRY CANTERBURY-BANKSTOWN BULLDOGS </strong><br>Scored by Josh Reynolds. Kick to come.</strong><br>Josh Reynolds takes an intercept and bolts 90 metres down field to beat Josh Dugan to the line. Bulldogs in again</p><p><strong>70: </strong><strong><strong>SUCCESSFUL CONVERSION CANTERBURY-BANKSTOWN BULLDOGS </strong><br>Conversion attempt by Trent Hodkinson successful.</strong><br>Trent Hodkinson with the conversion attempt from wide out on the eastern side nails the goal to extend this big lead</p><p><strong>71: </strong>Gerard Beale clears the ball over the dead ball line as Trent Hodkinson was racing through. Line drop out again for the Dragons. Sam Kasiano in the lead up almost broke away as Chase Stanley backed up the play</p><p><strong>73: </strong>Penalty to the Bulldogs, Sam Kasiano has been held off the play. Count is 6-5. Bulldogs attack 10 metres out</p><p><strong>73: </strong>Forward pass ruled against the Bulldogs, pass from Josh Reynolds as they spread across to the right of the field. Scrum for the Dragons.</p><p><strong>74: </strong>Gareth Widdop caught with a forward pass as he looked to put Ben Creagh into a hole of the Bulldogs defence. Scrum packs for the blue and white 10 metres short of half way</p><p><strong>75: </strong>ZERO TACKLE for the Dragons as Mitch Rein takes the loose pass from Sam Kasiano. It's backed up by a penalty for not clearing the ruck. Dragons attack 30 metres out</p><p><strong>77: </strong><strong><strong>TRY ST. GEORGE ILLAWARRA DRAGONS </strong><br>Scored by Brett Morris. Kick to come.</strong><br>Brett Morris has broken the Dragons duck egg as he jumped on a bouncing kick from Gareth Widdop. </p><p><strong>78: </strong><strong><strong>SUCCESSFUL CONVERSION ST. GEORGE ILLAWARRA DRAGONS </strong><br>Conversion attempt by Gareth Widdop successful.</strong><br>Gareth Widdop makes no mistake with the conversion attempt from the western sideline with a good strike</p><p><strong>79: </strong>Sam Kasiano penalised for holding down in the ruck. </p><p><strong>79: </strong>Another penalty to the Dragons, they attack 10 metres out looking for their second try of the game</p><p><strong>80: </strong>FULL TIME at ANZ Stadium as seen the Bulldogs claim spot on the NRL ladder on 14 points as they comfortably defeated the Dragons, 38-6</p> Sun, 11 May 2014 17:04:22 +1000 Panthers pounce on pitiful Knights <p>THERE'S just something about Jamie Soward and playing in Newcastle.</p> <p>The Panthers five-eighth kept his perfect record in the Hunter intact as he helped steer Penrith to a comprehensive 32-10 victory over the Knights.</p> <p>It was his seventh visit to Hunter Stadium and just like his previous six visits with St George Illawarra he left what was once a fortress with win number seven and another important two competition points.</p> <p>Soward scored a try and kicked four goals as the Panthers continued their win-loss-win-loss-win pattern for another week after scoring six tries to two in a performance set up through almost perfect ball handling on a wet afternoon.</p> <p>In jumping back into the NRL top eight the Panthers registered their biggest ever win over the Knights in Newcastle and ensured the Knights now languish in last position on four points from nine starts and with no idea where their next win is going to come from.</p> <p>Knights coach Wayne Bennett said after the game it was a tough period his side was currently going through.</p> <p>"We've got to stay at it, we don't have an alternative and there's enough quality in the place. It's just a case of not losing confidence in what we do and why we do it," he said.</p> <p>The Knights opened the scoring through winger James McManus in the sixth minute but it would be the only time they found themselves in front on the scoreboard.</p> <p>It was a performance which was punctuated by poor ball handling, missed tackles and a general lethargy in both attack and defence and the Panthers didn't need a second invitation to grind their opponent into the ground.</p> <p>Tries to David Simmons, Matt Moylan and Soward ensured the Panthers headed to the break with a six-point advantage before kicking clear in the second half.</p> <p>Skipper Kurt Gidley was disappointed at the defensive effort from the side after they went within a few minutes of knocking off ladder-leaders Canterbury in their last start.</p> <p>"The most disappointing thing today was defensively, especially after the Bulldogs game, to have a blow out like today is a step backwards.</p> <p>"But you’ve got to turn up to training and work hard, there’s no easy way out of this. It's all hard work and you’ve got to be able to transfer hard work to game day. Walking around kicking stones and with our head down won’t help us," he said.</p> <p>If there was an error to be made over the course of the game Newcastle compounded it by gifting Penrith two tries courtesy of two wayward passes from Knights centre Joey Leilua who had a game he would rather forget.</p> <p>Penrith winger Josh Mansour told Fox Sports after the game he wasn't sure why his side couldn't put in consistent performances but was pleased to be heading back down the freeway with an important two points.</p> <p>"We stuck in the cycle, knew Newcastle would come out firing and we were lucky to get them on the edges," he said.</p> <p>"We'll focus on Canberra next week and I'm sure if we can get two wins in a row it will help us get some momentum and get going this season."</p> <p>The question for Wayne Bennett and his Newcastle side is where to from here?</p> <p>It doesn't get any easier next week when they face Manly at Brookvale on Monday night and in a campaign that offered so much, it is quickly turning into a horror movie.</p> <hr><p><strong>Match Details</strong><br><strong>Newcastle Knights 10 Penrith Panthers 32</strong><br>Venue: Hunter Stadium<br>Crowd: 13682<br> Halftime Score: Newcastle Knights 10 Penrith Panthers 16<br><br><strong> Players of the Match:</strong><br>3 points - Jamie Soward<br>2 points - Matt Moylan<br>1 point - James Segeyaro<br><br></p> <p><strong>NEWCASTLE KNIGHTS (10)</strong><br><strong>Tries:</strong> James McManus, Dane Gagai<br><strong>Field Goals:</strong><br><strong>Conversions:</strong> Kurt Gidley (1/2)<br><strong>Penalty Goals:</strong></p> <p><strong>PENRITH PANTHERS (32)</strong><br><strong>Tries:</strong> David Simmons, Jamie Soward, Matt Moylan, Josh Mansour, Dean Whare, James Segeyaro<br><strong>Field Goals:</strong><br><strong>Conversions:</strong> Jamie Soward (3/6)<br><strong>Penalty Goals:</strong> Jamie Soward (1/1)</p> <hr><p><strong> Live Commentary</strong></p> <p>Good afternoon footy fans and welcome to a sun-drenched Hunter Stadium for today's Round 9 encounter between the Knights and Panthers. It's almost crunch time for the Knights. In team news for the home side, Holden Cup forwards Joseph Tapine and Pat Vaivai will make their debuts in place of the suspended Korbin Sims and the concussed Matt Hilder.</p> <p>For the Panthers, Kevin Kingston is out which means James Segeyaro will start at hooker. Isaah Yeo comes onto the bench.</p> <p>In the Holden Cup, the Knights continue to set the pace at the top with a 40-22 victory over the Panthers in a game the visitors led 12-0.</p> <p>The Panthers are out on Hunter Stadium and will defend the southern end.</p> <p>And the home side come out through a guard of honour from their mums. Nice touch.</p> <p>And now we have a minutes silence for Ross Gigg.</p> <p>We're underway!</p> <p><strong>1: </strong>Mistake free from the home side and Moylan is banged down 10m from his own line.</p> <p><strong>3: </strong>Gidley darts out of dummy half before his pass on the inside is batted back by the Panthers</p> <p><strong>3: </strong>PENALTY Panthers. Hands on the ball from the Knights.</p> <p><strong>4: </strong>Time off as Tyrone Roberts gets attention. The home crowd think Wallace lashed out with his foot deliberately, but the refs think otherwise.</p> <p><strong>5: </strong>PENALTY Knights. Panthers not leaving the ruck after Uate took the cross field bomb well.</p> <p><strong>6: </strong><strong><strong>TRY NEWCASTLE KNIGHTS </strong><br>Scored by James McManus. Kick to come.</strong><br>McManus scores the first try over in the south-eastern corner after a simple sweep play out to the left. Mullen onto Leilua who put the winger over.</p> <p><strong>8: </strong><strong><strong>UNSUCCESSFUL CONVERSION NEWCASTLE KNIGHTS </strong><br>Conversion attempt by Kurt Gidley unsuccessful.</strong><br>Gidley's conversion drifts across the face of goal. No goal.</p> <p><strong>9: </strong>Mullen puts it down after the pass from Gidley. Panthers ball on halfway.</p> <p><strong>9: </strong>PENALTY Panthers. Mullen with a dangerous looking tackle.</p> <p><strong>10: </strong>VIDEO REFEREE: Possible Panthers try.</p> <p><strong>10: </strong><strong><strong>TRY PENRITH PANTHERS </strong><br>Scored by David Simmons. Kick to come.</strong><br>Simmons hits straight back for the Panthers in the north eastern corner after they shifted the ball quickly to the right.</p> <p><strong>11: </strong><strong><strong>UNSUCCESSFUL CONVERSION PENRITH PANTHERS </strong><br>Conversion attempt by Jamie Soward unsuccessful.</strong><br>Soward misses to the right of the posts.</p> <p><strong>12: </strong>Wallace knocks on but the refs say knock back. Play on.</p> <p><strong>13: </strong>Mullen goes to the air and Moylan takes it well.</p> <p><strong>16: </strong>The rain starts to fall as Uate gets to his feet slowly.</p> <p><strong>16: </strong>Mullen attempts a 40/20 but the ball goes into touch just short of the 20.</p> <p><strong>18: </strong>Time off as Gidley is left on the ground after getting his head in the wrong spot trying to tackle Kite.</p> <p><strong>18: </strong>Chip kick over the top from Moylan forces Boyd to bat the ball dead. Knights dropout.</p> <p><strong>20: </strong>VIDEO REFEREE: Possible Panthers try.</p> <p><strong>20: </strong><strong><strong>TRY PENRITH PANTHERS </strong><br>Scored by Matt Moylan. Kick to come.</strong><br>Matt Moylan puts the Panthers back in front after chasing through Wallace's kick into the in-goal. He batted the ball back before Leilua threw the pass in the in-goal for Moylan to win the race to the ball.</p> <p><strong>21: </strong><strong><strong>SUCCESSFUL CONVERSION PENRITH PANTHERS </strong><br>Conversion attempt by Jamie Soward successful.</strong><br>Soward adds the extras from beside the posts.</p> <p><strong>22: </strong>Soward attempts a 40/20 but the ball finds touch just a few metres from the 20m line. Knights scrum.</p> <p><strong>23: </strong>Lightning and thunder all of a sudden in the Hunter as the Knights take the ball over halfway.</p> <p><strong>23: </strong>PENALTY Knights. Mullen tackled after putting boot to ball.</p> <p><strong>24: </strong>Clydsdale takes the line on and the ball spills free.</p> <p><strong>24: </strong>Tyrone Peachey fights through several Knights tacklers but is held up.</p> <p><strong>24: </strong>Whare pushes the pass and Moylan knocks on as more thunder reverberates around the ground.</p> <p><strong>26: </strong>Plum races through to put pressure on Mullen and comes off second best as he collided with Mullen's shoulder. He'll be taken from the field on the medicab. Great care being taken to assist him here.</p> <p><strong>26: </strong>PENALTY Knights. Plum is taken from the field on the medicab, but has been penalised for the shoulder charge on Mullen.</p> <p><strong>27: </strong>PENALTY Knights. Two men in the tackle.</p> <p><strong>27: </strong>VIDEO REFEREE: Possible Knights try.</p> <p><strong>27: </strong><strong><strong>TRY NEWCASTLE KNIGHTS </strong><br>Scored by Dane Gagai. Kick to come.</strong><br>Dane Gagai slides across for the Knights in the corner. Idris tried his best to hold the centre up but the ball JUST touches the line.</p> <p><strong>28: </strong><strong><strong>SUCCESSFUL CONVERSION NEWCASTLE KNIGHTS </strong><br>Conversion attempt by Kurt Gidley successful.</strong><br>Gidley adds the extras from out wide to lock us up in the Hunter.</p> <p><strong>29: </strong>Snowden loses the ball on the first tackle after points. Coach Bennett won't be happy.</p> <p><strong>30: </strong><strong><strong>TRY PENRITH PANTHERS </strong><br>Scored by Jamie Soward. Kick to come.</strong><br>Soward beats some extremely average goal line defence from the Knights to cross next to the posts.</p> <p><strong>32: </strong><strong><strong>SUCCESSFUL CONVERSION PENRITH PANTHERS </strong><br>Conversion attempt by Jamie Soward successful.</strong><br>Soward adds the extras to put the visitors back in front.</p> <p><strong>33: </strong>Wallace chips for Moylan but Mullen is back for the Knights.</p> <p><strong>34: </strong>PENALTY Panthers. Houston with a leg pull on the last tackle.</p> <p><strong>35: </strong>The Panthers throw the ball around on the last and give possession back to Rochow.</p> <p><strong>36: </strong>Whare with the help of a few others throws Leilua into touch. Panthers on the attack.</p> <p><strong>36: </strong>PENALTY Panthers. Uate is ruled to have tackled Whare without the ball.</p> <p><strong>37: </strong>Segeyaro's pass to Latimore is put down. Knights scrum.</p> <p><strong>39: </strong>Scrappy play from the Panthers sees Simmons kick rebound off a Knight and into touch. The home side will feed the scrum.</p> <p><strong>40: </strong>Mullen kicks across field for Uate but Mansour takes it well. 20m restart.</p> <p><strong>40: </strong>Halftime at Hunter Stadium and the Panthers hold a 16-10 lead over the Knights.</p> <p><strong>40: </strong>Penrith back out on the field, closely followed by the home side as the sun returns.</p> <p><strong>41: </strong>Second half underway.</p> <p><strong>41: </strong>Boyd takes the ball on the full and charges back at the defence.</p> <p><strong>42: </strong>Mullen kicks early for Leilua but Moylan wins the race to the ball. Leilua performs the tackle with the help of Rochow. Panthers dropout.</p> <p><strong>44: </strong>The Knights run the ball on the last and Gagai loses it. Change over.</p> <p><strong>46: </strong>Fa'alogo drops the ball. Panthers in possession.</p> <p><strong>47: </strong><strong><strong>TRY PENRITH PANTHERS </strong><br>Scored by Josh Mansour. Kick to come.</strong><br>Mansour crosses out wide for the Panthers after Idris bats Soward's kick back before sliding over.</p> <p><strong>48: </strong><strong><strong>UNSUCCESSFUL CONVERSION PENRITH PANTHERS </strong><br>Conversion attempt by Jamie Soward unsuccessful.</strong><br>Soward misses to the left narrowly.</p> <p><strong>49: </strong>Soward chips over the top but Roberts is back in defence for the Knights.</p> <p><strong>51: </strong><strong><strong>TRY PENRITH PANTHERS </strong><br>Scored by Dean Whare. Kick to come.</strong><br>Whare races 80m to score for the Panthers after Leilua throws a ridiculous no-look pass.</p> <p><strong>52: </strong><strong><strong>SUCCESSFUL CONVERSION PENRITH PANTHERS </strong><br>Conversion attempt by Jamie Soward successful.</strong><br>Soward adds the extras from in front.</p> <p><strong>52: </strong>Wallace has a little look at the Knights defence and puts it down. Knights scrum.</p> <p><strong>53: </strong>Roberts slices through the Panthers defence but loses the ball trying to put it down.</p> <p><strong>55: </strong>Soward goes to the air and McManus takes the ball well.</p> <p><strong>56: </strong>Moylan's kick trickles dead after it appeared Cuthbertson nailed Wallace to shut the play down.</p> <p><strong>59: </strong>The Knights are tackled just short of the line after they go right when they should have gone left with Roberts and Mullen yelling for the ball.</p> <p><strong>61: </strong>Mullen chips for Uate who gets a touch to the ball and it goes dead. 20m restart.</p> <p><strong>61: </strong>After viewing replays it seems Mansour has gotten a left hand to the ball to bat it dead. Panthers dropout.</p> <p><strong>62: </strong>Mullen chips to the posts and the bat back goes into the hands of the Panthers. Great defence from the visitors.</p> <p><strong>63: </strong>Segeyaro puts the ball down. It was a horrible pass.</p> <p><strong>65: </strong>The Knights run the ball on the last and Boyd's kick goes straight to Moylan.</p> <p><strong>67: </strong>Mullen attempts a 40/20 but was just outside before Moylan fumbles into touch. Knights scrum.</p> <p><strong>68: </strong>PENALTY Knights. Panthers taking half an hour to pack the scrum and rightfully penalised.</p> <p><strong>68: </strong>Leilua bundled touch in-goal by some quality defence from the visitors.</p> <p><strong>70: </strong>Peachey kicks and chases but Tapine scoops up the ball.</p> <p><strong>70: </strong>And yet another error from the Knights. This time Houston with the error.</p> <p><strong>71: </strong>Robinson this time comes up with the error for the visitors as the game degenerates into an error fest.</p> <p><strong>71: </strong>Another error from Leilua this time sees his pass retrieved by the gentleman in the third row of the grandstand. Panthers scrum.</p> <p><strong>74: </strong>Wallace goes to the air but Uate takes the ball</p> <p><strong>75: </strong>Roberts slices through but his pass on the inside is put down by Rochow with the line wide open.</p> <p><strong>75: </strong>PENALTY Panthers. Clydsdale put on report for a crusher tackle which appeared accidental, but it is up to the defender not to put a player in that position.</p> <p><strong>75: </strong><strong><strong>SUCCESSFUL PENALTY GOAL PENRITH PANTHERS</strong><br>Penalty goal attempt by Jamie Soward successful.</strong><br>Soward puts the visitors out by three converted tries.</p> <p><strong>76: </strong>PENALTY Panthers. Houston drags Segeyaro down by the shirt in a high tackle.</p> <p><strong>77: </strong>Soward grubbers into the in-goal where Mullen dives on the ball. Knights dropout.</p> <p><strong>78: </strong>Moylan grubbers in behind the defence and Darius Boyd remembers he's playing for the Knights and not Queensland and knocks on. Panthers scrum.</p> <p><strong>80: </strong><strong><strong>TRY PENRITH PANTHERS </strong><br>Scored by James Segeyaro. Kick to come.</strong><br>Segeyaro dives across for the Panthers out of dummy half after some paper thin Knights defence. Some of the mum's in the crowd would have done a better job at defending that.</p> <p><strong>80: </strong><strong><strong>UNSUCCESSFUL CONVERSION PENRITH PANTHERS </strong><br>Conversion attempt by Jamie Soward unsuccessful.</strong><br>Soward misses left.</p> Sun, 11 May 2014 16:35:29 +1000