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Re: 2019 Mounties

Post by Bay53 » April 27, 2019, 8:01 pm

greeneyed wrote:
April 27, 2019, 6:57 am
Bay53 wrote:
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Good to see Luke Bateman picked. The way he came off last week, I feared it could be a very serious knee injury.

So much so that with him not being contracted for next year that it could have been the end.
He out. See preview above and Injury report.
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Re: 2019 Mounties

Post by Bay53 » April 27, 2019, 8:03 pm

Bay53 wrote:
April 27, 2019, 8:01 pm
greeneyed wrote:
April 27, 2019, 6:57 am
Bay53 wrote:
April 27, 2019, 6:54 am
Good to see Luke Bateman picked. The way he came off last week, I feared it could be a very serious knee injury.

So much so that with him not being contracted for next year that it could have been the end.
He out. See preview above and Injury report.
Where?
See it now. Might not have been updated earlier in the week.

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Re: 2019 Mounties

Post by greeneyed » April 27, 2019, 8:38 pm

Bay53 wrote:
April 27, 2019, 8:03 pm
Bay53 wrote:
April 27, 2019, 8:01 pm
greeneyed wrote:
April 27, 2019, 6:57 am
Bay53 wrote:
April 27, 2019, 6:54 am
Good to see Luke Bateman picked. The way he came off last week, I feared it could be a very serious knee injury.

So much so that with him not being contracted for next year that it could have been the end.
He out. See preview above and Injury report.
Where?
See it now. Might not have been updated earlier in the week.
The Mounties team announcement on Tuesday included Bateman. Concurrently, the Raiders announced Bateman was out... which is why our preview above on Tuesday noted there'd be further changes.
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Re: 2019 Mounties

Post by Bay53 » April 27, 2019, 8:54 pm

greeneyed wrote:
April 27, 2019, 8:38 pm
Bay53 wrote:
April 27, 2019, 8:03 pm
Bay53 wrote:
April 27, 2019, 8:01 pm
greeneyed wrote:
April 27, 2019, 6:57 am
Bay53 wrote:
April 27, 2019, 6:54 am
Good to see Luke Bateman picked. The way he came off last week, I feared it could be a very serious knee injury.

So much so that with him not being contracted for next year that it could have been the end.
He out. See preview above and Injury report.
Where?
See it now. Might not have been updated earlier in the week.
The Mounties team announcement on Tuesday included Bateman. Concurrently, the Raiders announced Bateman was out... which is why our preview above on Tuesday noted there'd be further changes.
Fair enough. I have been a bit busy to trawl this site regularly. When I saw he was picked I assumed he was playing, not out for 6 weeks.

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Post by The Greenhouse » April 28, 2019, 11:53 am

Welcome to our coverage of today’s NSW Cup clash between Mounties and the Blacktown Sea Eagles. Final team line ups:

Mounties

1. Bailey Simonsson
2. Tony Satini
3. Reubenn Rennie
18. Michael Oldfield
5. Andre Niko
6. Ata Hingano
7. Aidan Sezer
8. Royce Hunt
9. Tom Starling
10. Corey Horsburgh
11. Reuben Porter
14. Hudson Young
16. Steven Tavita

12. Jarrett Boland
15. Daniel Keir
17. Brendan O’Hagan
23. JJ Collins

Blacktown Sea Eagles

2. Abbas Miski
1. Leva Li
3. Dane Aukafolau
19. Sam Smith
5. Alfred Smalley
6. Vieru Mapsone
7. Zach Dockar-Clay
24. Lloyd Perret
9. Tyran Ott
18. Taniela Paseka
11. Kurt Deluis
12. Haumole Olakauátu
16. Sean Keppie

8. Denzal Tonise
15. Andy Saunders
20. Francis Laluoa Tui
22. Fred Junior Mauala

3rd min TRY MOUNTIES to Bailey Simonsson. Corey Horsburgh picks up a loose ball and sends Simonsson down field 80 metres to score under the posts. Andre Niko converts.

Mounties 6-0
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Re: 2019 Mounties

Post by The Greenhouse » April 28, 2019, 11:54 am

7th min TRY MOUNTIES to Andre Niko in the corner! Starting on fire! No conversion.

Mounties 10-0
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Post by The Greenhouse » April 28, 2019, 12:02 pm

14th min TRY SEA EAGLES to Taniela Paseka. Converted from in front by Abbas Miski.

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Post by The Greenhouse » April 28, 2019, 12:07 pm

19th min TRY SEA EAGLES to centre Sam Smith. Goes the length of the field. Converted from in front by Miski. Mounties attack in the red zone turns to woe.

Sea Eagles 12-10
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Post by The Greenhouse » April 28, 2019, 12:11 pm

22nd min TRY SEA EAGLES to second rower Olakauatu. This is just terrible from Mounties. Had the game in their control... No conversion.

Sea Eagles 16-10
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Post by The Greenhouse » April 28, 2019, 12:19 pm

30th min TRY MOUNTIES to Hudson Young. It’s set up by an intercept from Aidan Sezer, who made a big break upfield... but didn’t have the pace to evade the chasers. They scored on the next play, with Simonsson getting the try assist. Andre Niko converts.

Mounties 16
Sea Eagles 16
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Post by The Greenhouse » April 28, 2019, 12:24 pm

36th min Mounties knock on over the try line.

Mounties 16
Sea Eagles 16

HALF TIME

Horsburgh being baited... and gives away two penalties... and gets a warning to boot.
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Post by The Greenhouse » April 28, 2019, 12:45 pm

44th min TRY MOUNTIES to Hudson Young. He gets a double... reward for being on the spot. Sea Eagles couldn’t handle the kick to the corner. Good defence saw Mounties force a line drop out in the lead up. Niko can’t convert from out wide.

Mounties 20-16
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Post by The Greenhouse » April 28, 2019, 12:52 pm

49th min TRY SEA EAGLES to Taniela Paseka, it’s his second. It’s the result of Mounties being forced to take the ball in an offside position on their own goal line... and conceding the penalty. Miski converts.

Sea Eagles 22-20

Mounties are just not switched on. They should easily be accounting for this Sea Eagles team.
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Post by The Greenhouse » April 28, 2019, 1:01 pm

59th min TRY MOUNTIES to Ata Hingano. Niko converts from out wide!

Mounties 26-22
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Post by The Greenhouse » April 28, 2019, 1:04 pm

62nd min TRY MOUNTIES to Tony Satini in the corner, he did remarkably well to stay in and ground it. No room and two defenders all over him. Great kick from the sideline for Niko.


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Post by The Greenhouse » April 28, 2019, 1:14 pm

69th min Hingano smashed late and high. Penalty Mounties. He’s still flat on the ground. Up now... staying on.
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Post by The Greenhouse » April 28, 2019, 1:18 pm

72nd min TRY MOUNTIES to Hudson Young. That’s a hat trick. Great break from Tom Starling and he puts in a perfectly weighted kick for Young. Niko converts.

Mounties 38-22
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Post by The Greenhouse » April 28, 2019, 1:28 pm

80th min TRY MOUNTIES to Reuben Rennie on the hooter! Great kick out wide to Satini, who kicks back inside for the four points! Niko converts.

Mounties 44
Sea Eagles 22

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Post by nemesis » April 28, 2019, 2:17 pm

big win, mounties flying, let's go raiders
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Re: 2019 Mounties

Post by greeneyed » April 28, 2019, 7:17 pm

MATCH REPORT: Mounties get 44-22 win at Brookvale

Mounties maintain their hold on top spot in the Canterbury Cup NSW after overcoming a Blacktown side down on troops but not on spirit, to record a convincing 44-22 win.

The class of Mounties, despite missing Luke Bateman, shown in the end, with halves Aiden Sezer and Ata Hingano instrumental in the win, while back-rower Hudson Young also had a day out, scoring a hat-trick.

Mounties 44 (H Young 3, B Simonsson, A Niko, A Hingano, T Satini, R Rennie tries; A Niko 6 goals) def Blacktown Sea Eagles 22 (T Pasaka 2, S Smith, H Olakau’atu tries; A Miski 2, V Mapesone goals)

Read more: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2019/04/2 ... -nsw-rd-7/

MATCH HIGHLIGHTS: Blacktown Sea Eagles v Mounties – Round 7: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2019/04/2 ... --round-7/

Mounties post match interview: Michael Oldfield: https://www.raiders.com.au/news/2019/04 ... -oldfield/
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Re: 2019 Mounties

Post by greeneyed » April 29, 2019, 5:09 pm

2019 NSW Cup Round 8: Mounties V Penrith Panthers

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Mounties V Penrith Panthers
Aubrey Keech Reserve
Sunday, 5 May 3:00pm
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Mounties

1. Michael Oldfield
2. Tony Satini
3. Reubenn Rennie
4. Sebastian Kris
5. Andre Niko
6. Mafoa’aeata Hingano
7. Aidan Sezer
8. Royce Hunt
9. Tom Starling
10. JJ Collins
11. Reuben Porter
12. Jack Murchie
13. Steven Tavita

14. Jarrett Boland
15. Daniel Keir
17. Dean Matterson
19. Vincent Rennie

Penrith Panthers

1. Dylan Edwards
2. Brent Naden
3. Tyrell Fuimaono
4. Matheson Johns
5. Brian To'o
6. Daine Laurie
7. Jarome Luai
8. Spencer Leniu
9. Mitch Kenny
10. Nick Lui-Toso
11. Shawn Blore
12. Billy Burns
13. Hame Sele

14. Reed Izzard
15. Anton Iaria
16. Isaac Thompson
17. Ratu Tuisese

Preview

Last week: The Canberra Raiders NSW Cup affiliate Mounties continue their reign at the top of the competition ladder, after a 44-22 victory over the Blacktown Sea Eagles at Brookvale Oval in Round 7. Mounties kept allowing the 11th placed Sea Eagles - a team that has won just one game so far this season - back into the match, but ultimately they proved to be too strong.

Mounties started the match brightly, with Corey Horsburgh picking up a difficult loose ball to send Bailey Simonsson on an 80 metre uncontested run to the try line line, to score under the posts. A further try to winger Andre Niko in the corner just a few minutes later, saw the visitors go out to an early 10-0 lead.

However, Mounties seemed to then clock off, with the Sea Eagles scoring three tries in the space of less than 10 minutes. Prop Taniela Pasaka started the scoring for the Sea Eagles in the 14th minute, before centre Sam Smith took advantage of a loose ball five minutes later, running 95 metres to score. And when second rower Haumole Olakau’tau crossed out wide in the 22nd minute, the Sea Eagles were suddenly ahead 16-10.

Mounties struck back in the 30th minute, after Aidan Sezer took an intercept, making a 70 metre run down field. He didn't have the pace to evade the chasing defenders, but his efforts laid the platform for a Hudson Young try on the ensuing play. The conversion from Andre Niko leveled the scores, with the teams heading to half time with a 16-16 scoreline.

Four minutes into the second half, Hudson Young was on the spot for a four pointer, when the Sea Eagles were unable to handle a Sezer kick to the the corner. But the match tilted back to the Sea Eagles in the 49th minute, when Taniela Paseka grabbed his second try of the afternoon. Blacktown had secured a 22-20 lead, but that would prove to be the end of the scoring for the "home" team.

In the 59th minute, an Ata Hingano kick and chase saw the Mounties half take back the lead for the men in black and yellow - before Tony Satini miraculously stayed in the field of play, planting the ball in the corner for his own try three minutes later. With eight minutes left on the clock, hooker Tom Starling made a brilliant break and put in a perfectly weighted kick for Hudson Young to get a hat trick. The try gave Mounties a comfortable 38-22 lead. They iced the cake with a stunning converted try right on full time, with winger Satini kicking back inside for centre Reubenn Rennie to score.

Mounties ended the game with almost a 60 per cent share of possession, though both teams were guilty of too many errors (10 apiece). Mounties dominated the running metres (a margin of 400 metres) and offloads (17-9) and forced three line drop outs. The Mounties made more line breaks (5-4), but the Sea Eagles produced a ton of tackle breaks (29-18). Both teams had a similar effective tackle rate, with Mounties producing more missed tackles (29-18) while Blacktown made more ineffective tackles (27-13).

Hudson Young was man of the match (three tries, 15 runs for 137 metres, 42 post contact metres, one line break, five tackle breaks, three offloads and 22 tackles). Bailey Simonsson, Tony Satini and Reubenn Rennie were the strongest performers in the backs - all scoring tries - while Corey Horsburgh was also strong in the forwards. Aidan Sezer did some good things, but is still not dominating at this level - which suggests he might still be getting back to full fitness (oblique).

Horsburgh (34), Reuben Porter (31) and Tom Starling (26) topped the tackle count for Mounties. Simonsson (206), Horsburgh (172) and Rennie (171) topped the metres gained.

This week: Mounties now face the third placed Penrith Panthers at Aubrey Keech Reserve this Sunday. The Panthers have posted narrow two point wins in their past two outings - first, over the Jets (18-16) and then over the Rabbitohs (20-18). The Panthers survived a late challenge from the Rabbitohs in the last round, with second rower Billy Burns' hat trick of tries securing the win for Penrith. The Panthers have won five and lost two matches this season. So far, they have only been beaten by the Western Suburbs Magpies and the New Zealand Warriors. Mounties have yet to taste defeat, posting six good wins - and drawing 28-28 with the Dragons in Round 1.

Mounties are the top attacking and defensive team in the competition. They have averaged 36 points per match (Panthers 19) and conceded an average 17 points per match (Panthers 18, ranked second in defence in the league).

Form: Mounties: WWWWW
Penrith Panthers: WLLWW

Head to head: The Mounties lost to the Panthers in Round 5 of 2018, 36-22, at Aubrey Keech Reserve - and were then even more decisively beaten by the Panthers, 34-14 in Round 12 at Panthers Stadium.

Mounties team changes: Michael Oldfield shifts from centre to take over the No. 1 jersey, with Bailey Simonsson promoted to the Raiders top 17, covering for an injured Jordan Rapana. Sebastian Kris comes back into the side at centre. Aidan Sezer has again been named as Mounties' halfback. With Corey Horsburgh and Hudgson Young promoted to the Raiders' bench, JJ Collins comes in at starting prop, while Jack Murchie will start in the second row. Dean Matterson and Vincent Rennie have been included on the bench.

Our tip: The Panthers are a club with enormous depth - with the likes of Jarome Luai, Daine Laurie and Dylan Edwards directing their "reggies" team. Even though they might not score a lot of points, they can clearly manufacture a close win on the back of their defensive efforts. It is concerning how Mounties tend to "switch off" during games. They won't be able to that in this contest. But if they're focused, their attack should prove to be the difference. We'll tip Mounties at home.

Round 7 NSW Cup Mounties highlights: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2019/04/2 ... --round-7/

Stats Amazing: Round 7 NSW Cup Mounties V Blacktown Sea Eagles: https://www.nswrl.com.au/siteassets/com ... s-rd-7.pdf

Bailey Simonsson, Reubenn Rennie, Hudson Young, Corey Horsburgh make NSW Cup Team of the Week: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2019/04/3 ... eek--rd-7/

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Post by zim » April 30, 2019, 8:27 pm

I thought Naden went to newcastle. Didn't think he'd be on the wing. Seemed like a career centre.

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Post by Cranky Old Man » April 30, 2019, 8:40 pm

I think EDIT, he likes to keep on the move.

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Post by greeneyed » April 30, 2019, 8:52 pm

zim wrote:
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I thought Naden went to newcastle. Didn't think he'd be on the wing. Seemed like a career centre.
He did, now he's gone back to Panthers.
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Post by julian87 » April 30, 2019, 10:41 pm

He’s a career reserve grader imo. Will play where he’s picked.
well, I guess you could say that I'm buy curious.

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Post by zim » April 30, 2019, 11:40 pm

Well, yeah. He's never shown anything on the wing. Thought the coach would have picked him in his best position.

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Post by julian87 » May 1, 2019, 3:34 pm

Well there’s a second rower in one Centre spot.
well, I guess you could say that I'm buy curious.

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Post by Peter » May 1, 2019, 6:32 pm

No Guler?

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Post by greeneyed » May 1, 2019, 7:27 pm

Peter wrote:
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No Guler?
There's no 16 listed... so expect late changes.
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Post by julian87 » May 5, 2019, 8:20 am

Big game for Collins, Guler and Murchie with a potential opening in the top side for a few weeks.
well, I guess you could say that I'm buy curious.

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Re: 2019 Mounties

Post by The Greenhouse » May 5, 2019, 2:10 pm

Welcome to our coverage of today's NSW Cup clash between Mounties and the Penrith Panthers at Aubrey Keech Reserve. Here are the final teams:

Mounties

20. Anthony Laoun
2. Tony Satini
3. Reubenn Rennie
4. Sebastian Kris
5. Andre Niko
6. Mafoa’aeata Hingano
7. Aidan Sezer
8. Royce Hunt
9. Tom Starling
16. Emre Guler
11. Reuben Porter
12. Jack Murchie
14. Jarrett Boland

10. JJ Collins
13. Steven Tavita
15. Daniel Keir
17. Dean Matterson

Penrith Panthers

1. Dylan Edwards
3. Tyrell Fuimaono
2. Brent Naden
18. Ratu Tuisese
5. Brian To'o
14. Reed Izard
6. Kurt Falls
15. Jack Heterington
19. Meni Luke
10. Nick Lui-Toso
4. Matheson Johns
12. Billy Burns
9. Mitchell Kenny

16. Bradley Gaut
21. Adam Fearnley
22. Cowen Epere
24. George Tsikrikas

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HALF TIME Mounties 16 led Penrith Panthers 12
FULL TIME Penrith Panthers 30 defeated Mounties 22

Mounties 22

Tries
Emre Guler 4'
Andre Niko 15'
Andre Niko 36'
Reuben Porter 46'

Goals
Andre Niko 5'
Andre Niko 38'
Andre Niko 47'

Penrith Panthers 30

Tries
Ratu Tuisese 24'
William Burns 29'
Kurt Falls 52'
Allan Fitzgibbon 68'
William Burns 73'

Goals
Dylan Edwards 25'
Dylan Edwards 30'
Dylan Edwards 53'
Dylan Edwards 69'
Dylan Edwards 79'

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Matheson Johns 57'
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Post by The Greenhouse » May 5, 2019, 3:09 pm

Mounties leading 6-0 after an Emre Guler try.
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Post by The Greenhouse » May 5, 2019, 3:18 pm

Mounties go to a 10-0 lead after 18 minutes. Andre Niko try, sent wide by Aidan Sezer. No conversion from the sideline.
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Post by The Greenhouse » May 5, 2019, 3:32 pm

Two tries to the Panthers in the space of five minutes sees them take a 12-10 lead.
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