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Re: 2018 Mounties

Post by SeeBee101 » April 7, 2018, 3:17 pm

Hmm no Austin. The plot thickens

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Post by Schifty » April 7, 2018, 3:24 pm

When the official twitter account is tweeting this it can't be good..

16’ #IntrustSuperPremiershipNSW

Panthers in again.
This could get ugly

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Post by Roy Rover » April 7, 2018, 3:30 pm

SeeBee101 wrote:
April 7, 2018, 3:17 pm
Hmm no Austin. The plot thickens

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They'd just be saving him to come back against the Eels next weekend.
No point risking him getting injured playing in the Mounties now.

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Re: 2018 Mounties

Post by edwahu » April 7, 2018, 3:36 pm

Great win by Flegg, Panthers are super strong at that level and I believe were undefeated.

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Re: 2018 Mounties

Post by RTW » April 7, 2018, 3:48 pm

Did Garvey fail the HIA?

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Post by edwahu » April 7, 2018, 3:49 pm

RTW wrote:
April 7, 2018, 3:48 pm
Did Garvey fail the HIA?
Think that's what the Mounties twitter said. Kennedy also out with a leg injury.

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Post by RTW » April 7, 2018, 3:50 pm

edwahu wrote:
RTW wrote:
April 7, 2018, 3:48 pm
Did Garvey fail the HIA?
Think that's what the Mounties twitter said. Kennedy also out with a leg injury.

Yeah I wasn’t sure if it meant he was getting tested or he failed it.

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Post by edwahu » April 7, 2018, 3:52 pm

they updated now that he failed

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Post by The Greenhouse » April 7, 2018, 3:54 pm

NSW Premiership

HALF TIME

Penrith Panthers lead Mounties 20-10

Kennedy (leg) and Garvey (failed HIA) out of the match.

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Post by The Greenhouse » April 7, 2018, 4:44 pm

NSW Premiership

FULL TIME

Penrith Panthers 36 defeated Mounties 22

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Post by Neeeegz » April 7, 2018, 6:12 pm

Anyone go to the game ? Papa couldn't win it for us ?

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Re: 2018 Mounties

Post by greeneyed » April 7, 2018, 6:40 pm

Schifty wrote:
April 7, 2018, 3:03 pm
No Blake Austin..

Is this being streamed?
Ridiculously... no. The Canberra Raiders Cup gets live streamed, but the NSWRL can't organise to have its leading competitions live streamed.
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Post by Sid » April 7, 2018, 6:46 pm

Also interested to hear how Papalii went.. So nobody watched this game? Where was it played in Siberia or something..
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Re: 2018 Mounties

Post by greeneyed » April 7, 2018, 7:28 pm

MATCH REPORT: Penrith Panthers upset Canberra Raiders affiliate Mounties in Aubrey Keech rout

The Penrith Panthers have returned to the Intrust Super Premiership NSW winners’ circle on the back of a 36-24 win over the Mounties, in the sides’ Round 5 clash at Aubrey Keech Reserve.

Not shaken by their Round 4 loss to Newtown, the Panthers made a blistering start to the match against the Mounties, running in three unanswered tries in quick succession to shoot out to a 14-0 lead.

Read more: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2018/04/0 ... eech-rout/
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Re: 2018 Mounties

Post by dribble73 » April 7, 2018, 10:54 pm

Papa played every minute in the middle in stifling heat. A good effort.


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Post by MrMilk » April 8, 2018, 10:18 pm

Papa played the full 80, mainly in the middle. Hot conditions. Got lots of attention on all of his hit ups. Had more impact in the second half, had some footwork at the line. To be honest though he didn't really stand out, but he wasn't terrible either. You'd want him to really dominate before bringing him back up and he didn't dominate. In fact, Mounties were crushed in the middle and that was a big reason why they lost.

Meanwhile though, Brad Abbey looks good - dynamic runner and a big body. Murchie also looks good - reminds me of Barnett with less angry pills. Unfortunately Garvey's game finished early with the HIA but at Brookvale he was really effective out of dummy half.

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Post by zim » April 8, 2018, 10:59 pm

MrMilk wrote:
April 8, 2018, 10:18 pm
Papa played the full 80, mainly in the middle. Hot conditions. Got lots of attention on all of his hit ups. Had more impact in the second half, had some footwork at the line. To be honest though he didn't really stand out, but he wasn't terrible either. You'd want him to really dominate before bringing him back up and he didn't dominate. In fact, Mounties were crushed in the middle and that was a big reason why they lost.

Meanwhile though, Brad Abbey looks good - dynamic runner and a big body. Murchie also looks good - reminds me of Barnett with less angry pills. Unfortunately Garvey's game finished early with the HIA but at Brookvale he was really effective out of dummy half.
Cheers. Love the idea of papa getting thrashed in the middle for 80 and earning his way back in. It's a shame they've got a bye this week.
Sounds like the middles had an off day. Probably thought it'd be a chance to slack off with a rep player in the side.
Missing Hunt and Knight wouldn't have helped either.

Ravalawa made panthers look pretty silly on that right edge.

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Re: 2018 Mounties

Post by edwahu » April 9, 2018, 8:03 pm

Watching the Flegg highlights and Horsburgh is a beast. I wouldn't be surprised if he finishes the year in Intrust.

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Post by ALX22 » April 9, 2018, 8:58 pm

edwahu wrote:
April 9, 2018, 8:03 pm
Watching the Flegg highlights and Horsburgh is a beast. I wouldn't be surprised if he finishes the year in Intrust.
Great partnership building with O'Hagan.
Mounties highlights from 1:09 mark.
https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2018/04/0 ... -cup-rd-5/

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Re: 2018 Mounties

Post by greeneyed » April 10, 2018, 3:41 pm

2018 NSW Premiership: Rd 6 Mounties V Parramatta Eels

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Mounties v Penrith Panthers
Saturday 14 April
Aubrey Keech Reserve
Jersey Flegg 3:00pm

Mounties

1. Paul Roache
2. Thomas McGrady
3. Mathew Lyons
4. Sebastian Kris
5. Semi Valemei
6. Lachlan Cooper
7. Brendan O'Hagan
8. Stefano Hala
9. Adam Rizk
10. Matthew Scott
11. Joshua Stuckey
12. Daniel Keir
13. Corey Horsburgh
14. Kyle Paterson
15. Darby Medlyn
16. Komiti Tuilagi
17. Nicki Soloa Toomata

Parramatta Eels

1. Haze Dunster
2. Ethan Parry
3. Tuimavave Afualo
4. Noel Aukafolau
5. Taufa Afu
6. Joseph Taipari
7. Dylan Brown
8. Sean Keppie
9. Reed Mahoney
10. Oregon Kaufusi
11. Dylan Clifford
12. Nicholas Okladnikov
13. Michael Tupou
14. Jesse Cronin
15. Samuel McGregor
16. James Porter
17. Austin Dias
18. Pele Vaigalu
19. Bruce Wakeling
20. Michael Cheer
21. Jaydn Field
22. Tyrone Faulkner

Mounties have a bye in NSW Premiership.
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Re: 2018 Mounties

Post by edwahu » April 10, 2018, 4:30 pm

What happened to that Union kid, Charlie Rorke?

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Re: 2018 Mounties

Post by bonehead » April 10, 2018, 7:07 pm

edwahu wrote:What happened to that Union kid, Charlie Rorke?
played flegg in rd2 of nsw cup march 17th, injured maybe?

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Re: 2018 Mounties

Post by greeneyed » April 11, 2018, 11:33 am

2017 NSW Premiership Round 6: Mounties preview

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Mounties v Penrith Panthers
Saturday 14 April
Aubrey Keech Reserve
Jersey Flegg 3:00pm

Mounties have the bye this week in the NSW Premiership, but the Mounties Jersey Flegg team will be in action on Saturday afternoon at Aubrey Keech Reserve. With the Raiders playing on Saturday night, it would have been a great opportunity to stage the match at Canberra Stadium... but sadly that's not to be.

NSW Premiership last week: The ladder leading Mounties were upset by the Penrith Panthers, 36-22, in Round 5 and now drop to third place. Josh Papalii took his place in the team, but Blake Austin did not, with Raiders coach Ricky Stuart electing not to risk him - as the injury to Sam Williams on Thursday night meant that Austin would be needed in Round 6 in first grade. Papalii responded to his relegation to Mounties in the best way possible. He produced 182 metres gained from 17 runs, 78 post contact metres, four tackle breaks and 21 tackles.

The Panthers got off to a flying start, running in three unanswered tries to lead 14-0 after 17 minutes. Mounties hit back with tries to Brad Abbey and Mikaele Ravalawa in the first half, but still trailed by 20-10 at the half time break.

Mounties also made a mini-comeback in the second half, with two tries in the space of six minutes - to Tony Satini (60th minute) and Sitiveni Moceidreke (66th minute). That put the home team within striking distance of Penrith, with the Panthers leading by just 24-22. But Penrith finished more strongly, scoring a double in the final 10 minutes.

Mounties had 54 per cent possession and made more runs and fewer tackles than the Panthers. But Mounties were down on troops, with injuries in the first half to Craig Garvey and Jarrad Kennedy putting them out of the match. Mounties missed 34 tackles (25 for the Panthers) and conceded more line breaks (6-4) and running metres (1354m-1226m).

Jack Murchie (30) topped the tackle count for Mounties, followed by Emre Guler (29) and Sam Duggan (25). Papalii (182m) led the way in metres gained, followed by Brad Abbey (132m) and Emre Guler (120m).

Jersey Flegg: The Mounties Under 20s produced a very good 32-10 win over the previously undefeated Panthers in Round 5. The Panthers led 10-6 at half time, with Mounties sneaking in a try to Darby Medlyn just before the break. But it was all Mounties in the second half, with the Panthers kept scoreless. Halves Brendan O'Hagan and Lachlan Cooper, and lock Corey Horsburgh were heavily involved.

Mounties are now in third place on the ladder, with a 4 and 1 record so far this season. They meet the fifth placed Parramatta Eels - who have a LWLWW form line in the opening five matches. They defeated the last placed Sea Eagles 22-14 in their last outing. The Eels have a slightly better attacking record this season, averaging 23 points scored per match, compared with 21 for Mounties. Mounties have the better defensive record, conceding an average of just 13 points per match. But the Eels' defence is also good. They've conceded an average 15 points per match.

Mounties have named the same 17 that took the field in Round 5. Sebastian Kris was a late inclusion at centre last week, replacing Andre Niko - and Kris retains his place at centre for the clash with the Eels. Adam Rizk was another late inclusion at starting hooker in Round 5, with Kyle Paterson dropping to the bench. Rizk is named in the starting team again this week. Paterson takes the No. 14 jersey.

The Eels faced some disruptions to their line up in their last match, but players are set to return to regular spots this week. Tuimavave Afualo moves back to centre from second row, with Ethan Parry shifting to the wing in place of Michael Cheer. Joseph Taipari replaces last week's late inclusion, Jaeman Salmon at five eighth. Sean Keppie is named at starting prop, with Michael Tupou shifting back to lock. Dylan Clifford comes into the second row, and Jesse Cronin goes back to the bench. Austin Dias is included on the bench, with Pele Vaigalu and Bruce Wakeling dropping to the reserves.

The teams look to be fairly evenly matched, but Mounties are probably in better recent form. We'll tip the home team in a close one.

Mounties v Penrith Panthers
Saturday 14 April
Aubrey Keech Reserve
Jersey Flegg 3:00pm

Mounties

1. Paul Roache 2. Thomas McGrady 3. Mathew Lyons 4. Sebastian Kris 5. Semi Valemei 6. Lachlan Cooper 7. Brendan O'Hagan 8. Stefano Hala 9. Adam Rizk 10. Matthew Scott 11. Joshua Stuckey 12. Daniel Keir 13. Corey Horsburgh

14. Kyle Paterson 15. Darby Medlyn 16. Komiti Tuilagi 17. Nicki Soloa Toomata

Parramatta Eels

1. Haze Dunster 2. Ethan Parry 3. Tuimavave Afualo 4. Noel Aukafolau 5. Taufa Afu 6. Joseph Taipari 7. Dylan Brown 8. Sean Keppie 9. Reed Mahoney 10. Oregon Kaufusi 11. Dylan Clifford 12. Nicholas Okladnikov 13. Michael Tupou

14. Jesse Cronin 15. Samuel McGregor 16. James Porter 17. Austin Dias 18. Pele Vaigalu 19. Bruce Wakeling 20. Michael Cheer 21. Jaydn Field 22. Tyrone Faulkner

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Post by Nadruku » April 11, 2018, 7:21 pm

Anyone know how our 20’s boys are going in the NSW Intrust Cup as in Ravalawa, Roache, Murchie and Guler???


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Post by greeneyed » April 11, 2018, 7:34 pm

I've only seen one full game and highlights. Guler's numbers are very good. You can check the stats here:

https://www.nswrl.com.au/siteassets/com ... enrith.pdf

Watch for O'Hagan and Horsburgh in Jersey Flegg. They are doing some very good things.

It is beyond a joke that the NSWRL cannot put full matches on YouTube of all NSW Premiership and Jersey Flegg games... in 2018. Local competitions, Canberra, Illawarra, Newcastle... they're putting every game up on YouTube. We should be able to watch the games on line in this day and age.
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Post by Nadruku » April 11, 2018, 7:44 pm

Yeah I only live 20 minutes away from Mounties home ground but haven’t had a chance to go watch them


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Post by zim » April 11, 2018, 9:10 pm

Nadruku wrote:Anyone know how our 20’s boys are going in the NSW Intrust Cup as in Ravalawa, Roache, Murchie and Guler???


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Ravalawa is warming to the task. Made he's opposites look stupid a couple of times so far.
Roache I have no idea.
Murchie and Guler both look like future first graders.
Should see murchie on the bench sometime next year and Guler upgraded into the top 30.
Murchie is not a Cotric or a Tapine. He's not going to kill it when he comes in but he defends well and has a good offload. It'll take him a couple of extra years to look good but he seems like the type of player you can depend on.
This is only their first year against adults. They could explode out of the blocks early next season.
Each preseason seems much more significant at that age.

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Post by greeneyed » April 11, 2018, 9:43 pm

The fact we're asking underlines how poor it is that our lower grades almost never play in Canberra. It is more than poor.
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Post by The Greenhouse » April 14, 2018, 2:54 pm

Welcome to our coverage of today's Jersey Flegg match between Mounties and Parramatta Eels.

Kick off is at 3:00pm. This post will update with live scores, so refresh for the latest. Mounties are 1-17.

Mounties v Penrith Panthers
Saturday 14 April
Aubrey Keech Reserve
Jersey Flegg 3:00pm

Mounties: 32

Tries
Semi VALEMEI (7m)
Sebastian KRIS (11m)
Semi VALEMEI (39m)
Thomas MCGRADY (53m)
Thomas MCGRADY (71m)

Goals
Thomas MCGRADY (39m)
Thomas MCGRADY (54m)
Thomas MCGRADY (60m)
Thomas MCGRADY (77m)

Parramatta Eels 30

Tries
Michael TUPOU (17m)
Jaeman SALMON (22m)
Ethan PARRY (28m)
Salesi FAINGA'A (35m)
Dylan BROWN (47m)
Kyle PATERSON (59m)

Goals
Dylan BROWN (18m)
Dylan BROWN (24m)
Dylan BROWN (30m)
Dylan BROWN (36m)
Dylan BROWN (48m)
Thomas MCGRADY (60m)

Parramatta Eels led Mounties 24-14 at half time.

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Post by The Greenhouse » April 14, 2018, 4:30 pm

FULL TIME

Mounties 32
Parramatta Eels 30

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Post by edwahu » April 14, 2018, 5:23 pm

Flegg having a great season.

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Post by dribble73 » April 14, 2018, 5:48 pm

McGrady didn’t play. Andre Niko replaced him on the wing.


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Post by greeneyed » April 16, 2018, 8:12 pm

Mounties Jersey Flegg highlights: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2018/04/1 ... legg-rd-6/ (Mounties 6:55 min mark)
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Post by greeneyed » April 17, 2018, 3:16 pm

2018 NSW Premiership: Rd 7 Mounties V North Sydney Bears

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Mounties V North Sydney Bears
Saturday 21 April
Central Coast Stadium
NSW Premiership 12:45pm

Mounties

1. Bradley Abbey 2. Mikaele Ravalawa 3. Edward Murphy 4. Tyler Cornish 5. Sitiveni Moceidreke 6. Cooper Bambling 7. Henry Raiwalui 8. Emre Guler 9. Craig Garvey 10. Makahesi Makatoa 11. Liam Knight 12. Jack Murchie 13. Sam Duggan

14. Kalani Going 15. Mitchell Cahalane 16. Tony Satini 17. Mitchell Kennedy 18. Corey Horsburgh

North Sydney Bears

1. Viliami Kaveinga 2. Mawene Hiroti 3. Campbell Graham 4. Braidon Burns 5. Jacob Gagan 6. Connor Tracey 7. Dean Hawkins 8. Vincent Leuluai 9. Robbie Farah 10. Rhys Kennedy 11. Tarquinn Butler 12. Keaon Koloamatangi 13. Kyle Turner

14. Billy Brittain 15. Samuel Johnstone 16. Max Bailey 17. Ky Rodwell

Mounties V North Sydney Bears
Sunday 22 April
North Sydney Oval
Jersey Flegg 3:00pm

Mounties

1. Paul Roache 2. Andre Niko 3. Matthew Lyons 4. Sebastian Kris 5. Semi Valemi 6. Lachlan Cooper 7. Brendan O'Hagan 8. Stefano Hala 9. Kyle Paterson 10. Matt Scott 11. Komiti Tuilagi 12. Daniel Keir 13. Corey Horsburgh

14. Tom McGrady 15. Darby Medlyn 16. Jesse Dent 17. Nicholas Toomata 18. Adam Rizk 19. Joshua Stuckey 20. Elijah Hunt 21. Liam Mock

North Sydney Bears

1. Keiran Hayman 2. Tyrone Taukomo 3. Jake Tago 4. Ethan Abou-ghaida 5. Nicholas Mougias 6. Cameron Yeates 7. Kurtis Preece 8. Kell O’Brien 9. Josh Cook 10. Luke Casson 11. Brandon Shoveller 12. Lucky Taavale 13. Corey Kurnoth

14. Maila Chan-Foon 15. John Kaufusi 16. Jubilee Soloa 17. Matthew French

Round 6 Jersey Flegg highlights: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2018/04/1 ... legg-rd-6/
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