Toyota Cup Wrap - Round 7

Round 7 National Youth Competition (Under 20s) Match results Brisbane Broncos 18 def Parramatta Eels 16 Friday 24 April 2009 17:20 - Suncorp Stadium Referee: Justin Davis Sideline Officials: Clayton Sharpe & David Shaw

Brisbane Broncos - 18 Tries: Jharal Yow Yeh, Kurt Baptise, Todd Murphy Conversions: Ben Hunt (3/3)

Parramatta Eels - 16 Tries: Domenic Nasso, TK Amosa, Jason Baitieri Conversions: Daniel Mortimer (2/3)


South Sydney Rabbitohs 32 def Cronulla Sharks 14 Friday 24 April 2009 17:20 - ANZ Stadium Referee: Robbie Bowen Sideline Officials: Grant Atkins & Matt Damaso

South Sydney Rabbitohs - 32 Tries: Dylan Farrell, Taioalo Vaivai, Kennedy Pettyborne (2), Kane Morgan Conversions: Taioalo Vaivai (4/6) Field Goals: Matthew Mundine (0/1)

Cronulla Sharks - 14 Tries: Cass Aiga, Ben Orcher, Daniel Perkins Conversions: J Townsend (1/3)


St George Illawarra Dragons 12 def Sydney Roosters 8 Saturday 25 April 2009 12:45 - Sydney Football Stadium Referee: Gavin West Sideline Officials: Shane Charman & Richard Daizli

St George Illawarra Dragons - 12 Tries: Joe Vickery, Mitch Rein Conversions: Beau Henry (2/2)

Sydney Roosters - 8 Tries: Tom Symonds, Matt Hands Conversions: Luke Towers (0/2)


Melbourne Storm 46 def New Zealand Warriors 32 Saturday 25 April 2009 15:15 - Olympic Park, Melbourne Referee: David Munro Sideline Officials: Leon Williamson & Steve Ellison

Melbourne Storm - 46 Tries: Matt Duffie (4), Jesse Bromich, Josh Jerome, Joseph Tomane, Jai Jones-Wiegold, Gareth Widdop Conversions: Gareth Widdop (5/9)

New Zealand Warriors - 32 Tries: Thomas Ah Van (2), Nafetalai Seluini (2), Michael Afioga (2), Kurt Kara Conversions: Shaun Johnson (2/7)


North QLD Cowboys V Manly Sea Eagles Saturday 25 April 2009 17:15 - Dairy Farmers Stadium Referee: Chris Butler Sideline Officials: Chris Nitso & Shaun Isaacs

Manly Sea Eagles - 26 Tries: Jamie Buhrer, Michael Oldfield, Blake Davey (2), Michael Tiopira Conversions: Mitchell Porter (3/3), Blake Davey (0/2)

North QLD Cowboys - 22 Tries: Ronnie Alovili, Moses Pangai (2), Michael Morgan Conversions: Wayne Ulugia (1/2), Troyden Watene (1/2), Jack Cooper (1/1)


Canterbury Bulldogs 52 def Canberra Raiders 36 Sunday 26 April 2009 11:45 - Canberra Stadium Referee: Adam Gee Sideline Officials: Nathan Hill & Phil Henderson

Canterbury Bulldogs - 52 Tries: Pakisonasi Afu, Neenan Simpson (2), Rhys Jack, Keresoma Sione, Benjamin Barba (3), Ramone Jackson, Sam Aupori Conversions: Benjamin Barba (6/10)

Canberra Raiders - 36 Tries: Mark Nicholls, Grant Hetherington, Michael Picker, Drury Low. Daniel Vidot, Michael Nixon Conversions: Michael Picker (6/6)


Wests Tigers 46 def Newcastle Knights 34 Sunday 26 April 2009 12:45 - Campbelltown Sports Stadium Referee: Luke Potter Sideline Officials: Gavin Morris & Jason Walsh

Wests Tigers - 46 Tries: Matt Hyland, Leivaha Pulu, Simon Dwyer, Jake Clarke, Jake Mullany, Robert Lui, Monikura Tikinau, Darren Nicholls Conversions: Jake Mullany (7/8) Field Goals: Darren Nicholls (0/1)

Newcastle Knights - 34 Tries: George Morseau, Constantine Mika (3), Nick Dwan, Ben Wyborn Conversions: Peter Mata'utia (4/5), Chris Marlborough (1/1)


Penrith Panthers 22 def Gold Coast Titans 16 Monday 27 April 2009 16:45 - CUA Stadium, Penrith Referee: Rick McFarlane Sideline Officials: Melissa Yates & Nick Beashel

Penrith Panthers - 22 Tries: Jesse Sene-Lefao (2), Jack Twist, Michael Fualalo Conversions: Stirling Siejka (3/5)

Gold Coast Titans - 16 Tries: Lachlan Creighton, Jordan Rankin, Siosaia Va Ve Conversions: Jordan Rankin (2/3)


TOYOTA CUP LADDER 1. MANLY SEA EAGLES - 14 Points (Played: 7 | Won: 7 | Loss: 0 | Draws: 0 | For: 254 | Against: 92 | PD: +162)

2. MELBOURNE STORM - 12 Points (Played: 7 | Won: 5 | Loss: 1 | Draws: 0 | For: 264 | Against: 173 | PD: +91)

3. GOLD COAST TITANS - 10 Points (Played: 7 | Won: 5 | Loss: 2 | Draws: 0 | For: 240 | Against: 130 | PD: +110)

4. ST GEORGE ILLAWARRA DRAGONS - 10 Points (Played: 7 | Won: 5 | Loss: 2 | Draws: 0 | For: 210 | Against: 126 | PD: +84)

5. CANTERBURY BULLDOGS - 10 Points (Played: 7 | Won: 5 | Loss: 2 | Draws: 0 | For: 202 | Against: 196 | PD: +6)

6. CANBERRA RAIDERS - 8 Points (Played: 7 | Won: 4 | Loss: 3 | Draws: 0 | For: 228 | Against: 201 | PD: +27)

7. WESTS TIGERS - 8 Points (Played: 7 | Won: 4 | Loss: 3 | Draws: 0 | For: 155 | Against: 198 | PD: -43)

8. SOUTH SYDNEY RABBITOHS - 6 Points (Played: 7 | Won: 3 | Loss: 4 | Draws: 0 | For: 202 | Against: 188 | PD: +14)

9. NEW ZEALAND WARRIORS - 6 Points (Played: 7 | Won: 3 | Loss: 4 | Draws: 0 | For: 166 | Against: 210 | PD: -44)

10. NORTH QLD COWBOYS - 6 Points (Played: 7 | Won: 3 | Loss: 4 | Draws: 0 | For: 149 | Against: 200 | PD: -51)

11. CRONULLA SHARKS - 6 Points (Played: 7 | Won: 3 | Loss: 4 | Draws: 0 | For: 131 | Against: 182 | PD: -51)

12. PARRAMATTA EELS - 4 Points (Played: 7 | Won: 2 | Loss: 5 | Draws: 0 | For: 168 | Against: 198 | PD: -30)

13. BRISBANE BRONCOS - 4 Points (Played: 7 | Won: 2 | Loss: 5 | Draws: 0 | For: 130 | Against: 202 | PD: -72)

14. NEWCASTLE KNIGHTS - 4 Points (Played: 7 | Won: 2 | Loss: 5 | Draws: 0 | For: 136 | Against: 218 | PD: -82)

15. SYDNEY ROOSTERS - 2 Points (Played: 7 | Won: 1 | Loss: 6 | Draws: 0 | For: 96 | Against: 152 | PD: -56)

16. PENRITH PANTHERS - 2 Points (Played: 7 | Won: 1 | Loss: 6 | Draws: 0 | For: 154 | Against: 219 | PD: -65)

LEGEND: *For (Points for) | Against (Points against) | PD (Points differential)


Round 8 Fixtures

Friday May 1 Parramatta Eels v North QLD Cowboys @ Parramatta Stadium - 17:20 Manly Sea Eagles v Melbourne Storm @ Brookvale Oval - 17:20

Saturday May 2 Gold Coast Titans v South Sydney Rabbitohs @ Skilled Park - 12:45 Cronulla Sharks v Sydney Roosters @ Toyota Stadium - 15:15 Newcastle Knights v Brisbane Broncos @ Energy Australia Stadium - 17:15 Canberra Raiders V Penrith Panthers @ Canberra Stadium - 17:15

Sunday May 3 St George Illawarra Dragons V New Zealand Warriors @ WIN Stadium - 11:45 Bulldogs V Wests Tigers @ ANZ Stadium - 12:45


* All times are AEST unless stated otherwise.

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