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Post by greeneyed » June 15, 2019, 6:19 pm

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Very clear sign, and looks like Oldfield will cover Cotric.
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Post by greeneyed » June 15, 2019, 6:49 pm

MATCH REPORT: Mounties suffer 34-20 loss to Newtown Jets

The Newtown Jets' mid-season revival continued to gather momentum this afternoon at Aubrey Keech Reserve, accounting for second-placed Mounties 34-20. The Jets took full advantage of their territorial and possession advantage to set up the win, with a four-try performance allowing the Jets to put the game all but beyond doubt at halftime, leading 22-4.

The loss for Mounties meant they were unable to take advantage of Penrith’s loss against South Sydney and take back top spot on the ladder.

Read more: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2019/06/1 ... iesNewtown

MATCH HIGHLIGHTS: Round 14 Mounties V Newtown Jets: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2019/06/1 ... n---rd-14/
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Post by julian87 » June 16, 2019, 7:12 pm

Great move from the club again in resting Oldfield. Skips any chance of injury in a pretty meaningless game. He’s a tier above Kris so it’s important to have him in for Cotric while he’s out imo.
well, I guess you could say that I'm buy curious.

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2019 NSW Cup Round 15: Mounties V Wentworthville Magpies

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Mounties V Wentworthville Magpies
Ringrose Park
Sunday 30 June 3:00pm

Mounties

1. Michael Oldfield
2. Tony Satini
3. Harley Smith-Shields
4. Matthew Timoko
5. Andre Niko
6. Dean Matterson
7. Brendan O’Hagan
8. Vincent Rennie
9. Tom Starling
10. JJ Collins
11. Royce Hunt
12. Jack Murchie
13. Steven Tavita

14. Daniel Keir
15. Jarrett Boland
16. Darby Medlyn
17. Daniel Roberts

Wentworthville Magpies

1. Bevan French
2. Haze Dunster
3. Josh Minhinnick
4. Ethan Parry
5. Greg Leleisiuao
6. Rhys Davies
7. Will Smith
8. Tim Mannah
9. Matt McIlwrick
10. Daniel Alvaro
11. Andrew Davey
12. Salesi Fainga’a
13. Oregon Kaufusi

14. Vea Tapaatoutai
15. Mitch Butfield
16. Stefano Utoikamanu
17. Haimona Hiroti

18. D’Rhys Miller

Preview

Last match: The Canberra Raiders NSW Cup affiliate Mounties suffered their fourth loss of the season in Round 14 - a 34-20 defeat at the hands of the Newtown Jets at Aubrey Keech Reserve. The Jets scored four tries in the first half, taking a 24-4 lead to the break - and when Jets winger Sione Katoa scored in the 41st minute, his second of the afternoon, the result was pretty much determined.

Sam Duggan scored the sole try for Mounties in the 17th minute - and while Mounties scored three in the second half, the Jets were always in control. Royce Hunt scored in the 51st minute, with Tony Satini following up in the 62nd... but the Jets still held a 14 point advantage as the match entered the final quarter. Jets hooker Billy Magoulias put the result beyond any doubt when he crossed under the posts, with just over 10 minutes remaining. Raiders Under 20s lock Darby Medlyn scored a consolation try for Mounties in the 78th minute, putting some respectability back into the score line.

The match statistics don't really reflect the Jets' control of the scoreboard. Newtown had the advantage in possession and territory at stages during the first half, but that evened out. The Jets finished with 51 per cent share of possession, off the back of a slightly better completion rate than Mounties (85-81 per cent). Newtown made slightly more running metres (1454-1400) from fewer runs (148-152) than Mounties, with post contact metres just about level (around 445 metres). But defence was where Mounties lost the match. The Jets made more line breaks (8-5) and tackle breaks (30-24). Mounties missed more tackles (30-25) and produced one more ineffective tackle (20-19).

Royce Hunt (one try, 12 runs for 126 metres, 38 post contact metres, one line break, six tackle breaks, four offloads, 27 tackles), Reuben Porter (13 runs for 117 metres, 36 post contact metres, one tackle break, 33 tackles) and Jack Murchie (14 runs for 129 metres, 43 post contact metres, two tackle breaks, 16 tackles) were the strongest in the forwards. Tom Starling (six runs for 80 metres, one line break, one line break assist, one try assist, three tackle breaks, 24 tackles) and Brendan O'Hagan (five runs for 45 metres, one line break assist, one try assist, three tackle breaks, eight dummies, one forced line drop out) were busy amongst the play makers. It was not a great day for the backs, with only Eddie Aiono breaking 100 metres gained (120 metres from 13 runs).

Murchie (129), Hunt (126) and Aiono (120) topped the metres gained for Mounties, while Porter (33), Hunt (27) and Vincent Rennie (26) topped the tackle count.

This week: Mounties had the opportunity to take back the competition lead after the Penrith Panthers were defeated in Round 14 - but the loss to the Jets saw them remain in second place on the competition ladder instead. They're second only on the basis of points differential, after the Bulldogs joined them on 17 competition points. The Dragons and Rabbitohs are also biting at their heels, just one competition point adrift.

Mounties now face the ninth placed Wentworthville Magpies - the feeder team for the Parramatta Eels - at Ringrose Park. It is part of two match program, with the Jersey Flegg Raiders facing the Eels in warm up match.

The Magpies are on a three game losing streak, losing to the New Zealand Warriors 26-16 at North Harbour Stadium in Auckland in their last outing. They have also suffered recent losses to the Rabbitohs (20-14) and Jets (22-10) - but won against the ladder leading Panthers (20-12) in Round 11.

The Magpies have recorded five wins and eight losses this season - and lost to Mounties, 32-16, in their earlier meeting this year at Canberra Stadium. Mounties have won eight, drawn one, and lost four this season. Mounties are top attacking team in the competition, but now rank 10th in defence. They have averaged 30 points per match (Magpies 20) and conceded an average 22 points per match (Magpies 21). In their past five games, Mounties have conceded an average 28 points per game - giving up over 50 points to the Bulldogs and over 30 to the Jets.

Form: Mounties: WLLWL
Wentworthville Magpies: LWLLL

Recent meetings:
2019 Round 5 - Mounties 32 defeated Wentworthville Magpies 16 at Canberra Stadium
2018 Round 23 - Wentworthville Magpies 22 defeated Mounties 16 at Ringrose Park
2018 Round 11 - Mounties 34 defeated Wentworthville Magpies 24 at Henson Park

Head to head: Mounties 7, Wentworthville Magpies 3, 1 draw

Mounties team changes: Mounties have made some significant changes in the backline. Michael Oldfield returns at fullback, replacing Eddie Aiono, with the Raiders Under 20s centres, Harley Smith Shields and Matt Timoko promoted to NSW Cup. Regular centre Reubenn Rennie is out of the team, while his partner Seb Kris has been elevated to the Raiders' team to cover the loss of Nick Cotric to injury. Tom Starling will start at hooker, replacing Sam Duggan who has been omitted from the squad. Starling is not required by the Raiders, with the return of Josh Hodgson from injury. Steve Tavita replaces Reuben Porter at lock, while Daniel Roberts comes in on the bench.

Our tip: Mounties have been significantly disrupted in the past month or more, as injury and suspension for the Raiders flow on to the Mt Pritchard outfit - and they've struggled as a result. The Raiders' injury list should dwindle further this week, so Mounties should get some boost to their playing stocks. On paper, this is a match Mounties should win - but matches aren't played on paper. The Magpies will be a tough opponent, as they proved to be against the Panthers. Mounties will need to improve their defence if they're to take this contest - but if they do, they should have the fire power to win.

Round 14 NSW Cup Mounties V Newtown Jets team and player statistics: https://www.nswrl.com.au/draw/nsw-cup/2 ... es-v-jets/

Round 14 NSW Cup Mounties V Newtown Jets highlights: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2019/06/1 ... n---rd-14/

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Post by kiwi raider » June 26, 2019, 10:39 am

never considered Royce hunt an edge second rower!

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Welcome to our coverage of today's NSW Cup clash between Canberra Raiders affiliate Mounties and the Wentworthville Magpies at Ringrose Park. This post will update with live scores, so refresh for the latest. Kick off is at 3pm. Final team line ups:

Mounties

1. Michael Oldfield
2. Tony Satini
3. Harley Smith-Shields
4. Matthew Timoko
5. Andre Niko
6. Dean Matterson
7. Brendan O’Hagan
8. Vincent Rennie
9. Tom Starling
23. Willie Mataka
15. Jarrett Boland
12. Jack Murchie
14. Daniel Keir

13. Steven Tavita
16. Darby Medlyn
17. Daniel Roberts
18. Duwanye Mariner

Wentworthville Magpies

1. Bevan French
2. Haze Dunster
3. Josh Minhinnick
4. Ethan Parry
5. Greg Leleisiuao
6. Rhys Davies
7. Will Smith
8. Tim Mannah
9. Matt McIlwrick
10. Daniel Alvaro
11. Andrew Davey
12. Marata Nuikore
13. Oregon Kaufusi

12. Salesi Fainga’a
14. Vea Tapaatoutai
16. Stefano Utoikamanu
17. Haimona Hiroti
18. D’Rhys Miller

HALF TIME: Mounties 20 lead Wentworthville Magpies 6
FULL TIME: Wentworthville Magpies 38 defeated Mounties 34

Mounties 34

Tries
Dean Matterson 12'
Harley Smith-Shields 24'
Andre Niko 31'
Steve Tavita 48'
Harley Smith-Shields 59'
Matthew Timoko 79'

Goals
Andre Niko 13'
Andre Niko 17'
Andre Niko 29'
Andre Niko 32'
Andre Niko 49'

Wentworthville Magpies 38

Tries
Daniel Alvaro 8'
Haze Dunster 38'
Bevan French 52'
Bevan French 55'
Greg Leleisiuao 65'
Andrew Davey 69'
Tim Mannah 77'

Goals
Rhys Davies 8'
Rhys Davies 39'
Rhys Davies 53'
Rhys Davies 70'
Rhys Davies 77'
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Post by The Greenhouse » June 30, 2019, 3:55 pm

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Mounties 20 lead Wentworthville Magpies 12
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Post by greeneyed » June 30, 2019, 4:13 pm

Mounties well in control, until Bevan French scores two tries in three minutes.
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Post by greeneyed » June 30, 2019, 4:28 pm

Magpies score two tries in the space of four minutes to take a two point lead with 10 minutes remaining...
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Post by greeneyed » June 30, 2019, 4:37 pm

And the Magpies go further into the lead. Mounties led by a big margin early in the second half and now trail 38-30... with a couple of minutes left.
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Wentworthville Magpies 38 defeated Mounties 34
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Post by greeneyed » June 30, 2019, 7:32 pm

MATCH REPORT: Wentworthville Magpies produce huge comeback against Mounties

The Wentworthville Magpies finish Round 15 just one point out of the top eight after recording a sterling come-from-behind 38-34 win over fellow western Sydney rivals Mounties at Ringrose Park. Mounties weren’t helped by the loss of Royce Hunt and JJ Collins, while Wentworthville were able to field the likes of Bevan French, Will Smith, Tim Mannah and Daniel Alvaro.

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2019 NSW Cup Round 16: Mounties V South Sydney Rabbitohs

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Mounties V South Sydney Rabbitohs
Redfern Oval
Saturday 6 July 2:00pm
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Mounties

1. Michael Oldfield
2. Tony Satini
3. Harley Smith-Shields
4. Matthew Timoko
5. Andre Niko
6. Dean Matterson
7. Brendan O’Hagan
8. Emre Guler
9. Tom Starling
10. JJ Collins
11. Jarrett Boland
12. Jack Murchie
13. Steven Tavita

14. Daniel Keir
15. Vincent Rennie
16. Willie Mataka
17. Daniel Roberts

COACH: Peter Marrapodi

South Sydney Rabbitohs

1. Corey Allan
2. Leigh Higgins
3. Jacob Gagan
4. Levi Dodd
5. Mawene Hiroti
6. Connor Tracey
7. Adam Doueihi
8. Tom Amone
9. Billy Brittain (c)
10. Brock Gray
11. Kyle Turner
12. Jaydn Su'A
13. Bayley Sironen

14. Kurt Dillon
15. Jack Johns
16. Trent Peoples
17. Lyndon Hills

Coach - Shane Millard

Preview

Last match: The Canberra Raiders NSW Cup affiliate Mounties suffered their second loss in a row in Round 15 - a 38-34 defeat at the hands of the ninth Wentworthville Magpies at Ringrose Park. Mounties led 20-6 at one stage in the first half and 26-12 early in the second half. But they then conceded five tries in the second half, losing the lead with 10 minutes remaining. A try to Matthew Timoko in the final minute brought the scores closer, but by that stage it was a consolation try.

Royce Hunt and JJ Collins dropped out of the Mounties team late, while Wentworthville had the likes of Bevan French, Will Smith, Tim Mannah and Daniel Alvaro available. However, Mounties coach Peter Marrapodi will be disappointed that his team gave up what was potentially a match winning lead.

Both teams made their share of errors (Mounties 10, Magpies 9) and completion rates were low (Mounties 70 per cent, Magpies 68 per cent). But the Magpies had a 57 per cent share of possession - and produced more runs (153-116), running metres (1438-1137), post contact metres (483-364), line breaks (7-3), tackle breaks (34-28) and offloads (7-3). Mounties had to make many more tackles (287-235) - and missed more (34-28) and produced more ineffective tackles (13-4).

The Raiders Under 20s centres, Harley Smith Shields (two tries, eight runs for 134 metres, one line break, five tackle breaks) and Matthew Timoko (one try, two line breaks, five tackle breaks) stood out in the backs. Steve Tavita (14 runs for 149 metres, 56 post contact metres, three tackle breaks), Jack Murchie (11 runs for 119 metres, 53 post contact metres, three tackle breaks) and Dan Keir (12 runs for 81 metres, 47 tackles) were amongst the best forwards. Tom Starling and Brendan O'Hagan were also busy.

Tavita (149), Smith Shields (134) and Murchie (119) topped the metres gained for Mounties, while Keir (47), Starling (36) and Jarrett Boland (32) topped the tackle count.

This week: Mounties have dropped from second to fifth on the ladder - but they are only two competition points away from the new ladder leaders, the Bulldogs. This week they face the third placed South Sydney Rabbitohs at Redfern Oval - and this is a chance for the Mt Pritchard outfit to jump over them and back into the top four. Mounties are just one competition point adrift of the Dragons, Rabbitohs and Panthers.

The Rabbitohs are on a four game winning streak, while Mounties have now lost four of their past five matches. The Rabbitohs had a good 34-16 victory over the Western Suburbs Magpies last Sunday - and have had recent wins over the Panthers (36-16), Knights (26-6) and Wentworthville Magpies (20-14). Mounties are still the top attacking team in the competition, but they have been giving up way too many points in recent weeks. The Rabbitohs are second only to the Panthers in defence.

Season record: Mounties 8 and 5, 1 draw (5th, +84)
South Sydney Rabbitohs 9 and 5 (3rd, +58)

Attack: Mounties 30 points, Rabbitohs 24 points scored per match
Mounties rank 1st, Rabbitohs 5th

Defence: Mounties 24 points, Rabbitohs 19 points conceded per match
Mounties rank 10th, Rabbitohs 2nd

Form: Mounties: LLWLL
South Sydney Rabbitohs: LWWWW

Recent meeting:
2019 Round 10 - Mounties 32 defeated South Sydney Rabbitohs at Panthers Stadium

Head to head: Mounties 1, South Sydney Rabbitohs 0

Mounties team changes: Emre Guler and JJ Collins will be starting props, with Vincent Rennie and Willie Mataka dropping back to the bench. Steve Tavita replaces Dan Keir at staring prop, with Keir on the interchange bench. Darby Medlyn is on Under 20s Origin duty, while Duwanye Marriner drops out of the squad.

Our tip: Mounties have been significantly disrupted in the past month or more - with injuries and suspension impacting the availability of Raiders players. The Raiders' injury situation is improving - but Mounties continue to be affected by the unavailability of the likes of Ata Hingano, Luke Bateman and Brad Abbey. Mounties will want to turn things around in this match, but it is going to be very difficult, given the Rabbitohs' good recent form. Mounties won the earlier contest between the clubs this year. But on form, we'd have to tip South Sydney on their home turf. Hopefully the men in yellow and black can prove that prediction wrong.

Round 15 NSW Cup Mounties V Newtown Jets team and player statistics: https://www.nswrl.com.au/draw/nsw-cup/2 ... -mounties/

Round 15 Stats Amazing: https://www.nswrl.com.au/siteassets/com ... unties.pdf

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Post by zim » July 2, 2019, 5:33 pm

Really thought Horsburgh would have been playing this. Has barely played in weeks. Could do with a 50min hit out to blow the cobwebs out. Unless he's aggravated that elbow injury.

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Post by The Rickman » July 2, 2019, 5:38 pm

zim wrote:
July 2, 2019, 5:33 pm
Really thought Horsburgh would have been playing this. Has barely played in weeks. Could do with a 50min hit out to blow the cobwebs out. Unless he's aggravated that elbow injury.
I have to say I was surprised to not see him there too.
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Post by Makaveli » July 2, 2019, 10:38 pm

Is Williams being rested for the fourth week in a row

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Post by zim » July 2, 2019, 10:53 pm

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Is Williams being rested for the fourth week in a row.
That's another good point. Really hope we don't have to suddenly rely on him with no game time.

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Post by Makaveli » July 6, 2019, 1:15 pm

Horsburgh, Hunt, Williams and Kris all late inclusions

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Welcome to our coverage of today's NSW Cup clash between Mounties and the South Sydney Rabbitohs at Redfern.

This post will update with live scores, so refresh for the latest. You can listen to this match on line at: www.steelesports.com.au.

Here are the final teams... and Sam Williams, Seb Kris, Corey Horsburgh and Royce Hunt are late inclusions for Mounties.

Mounties

1. Michael Oldfield
2. Tony Satini
21. Sebastian Kris
4. Matthew Timoko
5. Andre Niko
20. Sam Williams
7. Brendan O'Hagan
8. Emre Guler
9. Tom Starling
10. JJ Collins
18. Corey Horsburgh
12. Jack Murchie
23. Royce Hunt

6. Dean Matterson
13. Steve Tavita
14. Daniel Keir
19. Vincent Rennie

COACH: Peter Marrapodi

South Sydney Rabbitohs

2. Leigh Higgins
19. Jaxon Paulo
3. Jacob Gagan
4. Levi Dodd
5. Mawene Hiroti
6. Connor Tracey
7. Adam Doueihi
8. Tom Amone
18. Joshua Cook
10. Brock Gray
11. Kyle Turner
12. Jaydn Su'A
13. Bayley Sironen

14. Kurt Dillon
15. Jack Johns
16. Trent Peoples
17. Lyndon Hills

Coach - Shane Millard

HALF TIME: South Sydney Rabbitohs 18 lead Mounties 4

FULL TIME: South Sydney Rabbitohs 30 defeated Mounties 18

Mounties 18

Tries
17' Sebastian Kris
Royce Hunt 46'
Andre Niko 72'
Sam Williams 77'

Goals
Andre Niko 47'

South Sydney Rabbitohs 30

Tries
Jaxson Paulo 5'
Jaydn Su'A 25'
Mawene Hiroti 32'
Bayley Sironen 42'
Mawene Hiroti 66'

Goals
Mawene Hiroti 7'
Mawene Hiroti 26'
Mawene Hiroti 34'
Mawene Hiroti 43'
Mawene Hiroti 53'
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Re: 2019 Mounties

Post by greeneyed » July 6, 2019, 1:19 pm

Some ins for Mounties that make them a lot stronger, and some key outs for the Rabbitohs. Looks like the Raiders are definitely expecting Nick Cotric will be fit for the Dragons. Don't think they'd play Kris otherwise.
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Post by julian87 » July 6, 2019, 1:43 pm

And Mounties paying $4.15 on Sportsbet still.
well, I guess you could say that I'm buy curious.

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Mounties 30
South Sydney Rabbitohs 8
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Post by The Greenhouse » July 6, 2019, 1:54 pm

Teams are warming up at Redfern, looking like a 15 minute delay to the kick off time.
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Post by The Greenhouse » July 6, 2019, 2:10 pm

Rabbitohs back in the sheds, Mounties just finishing their warm up. Looks like it will be a 2:15pm kick off.
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Post by The Greenhouse » July 6, 2019, 2:16 pm

Teams now on the field. Rabbitohs kick off, we are underway. Josh Cook steals the ball from Corey Horsburgh on an early tackle, and now Mounties give away a penalty.
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Post by The Greenhouse » July 6, 2019, 2:20 pm

2nd min Rabbitohs get two sets in a row in the red zone, Corey Horsburgh played at a kick and the Rabbitohs got six again. But Cook throws a forward pass... and now Mounties get a penalty after they win the scrum on their own 10m line.
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Post by The Greenhouse » July 6, 2019, 2:21 pm

5th min Jack Murchie held up over the try line on the last tackle.
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Post by The Greenhouse » July 6, 2019, 2:23 pm

6th min TRY RABBITOHS to winger Jaxon Paulo. Adam Doueihi put up a mid field bomb, Oldfield leaves it, it hit Paulo's knee, and it rebounds and he scores a simple try. Converted.

Rabbitohs 6-0
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Post by The Greenhouse » July 6, 2019, 2:28 pm

Sam Williams kick is out on the full, clearly. Disappointing end to the set for Mounties. Rabbitohs attack... Try to Hiroti in the corner disallowed, final pass was forward.
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Post by The Greenhouse » July 6, 2019, 2:33 pm

18th min TRY MOUNTIES to Sebastian Kris in the corner. Andre Niko misses the conversion from the sideline.

Rabbitohs 6
Mounties 4

Rabbitohs strip the ball after kick off... there's a penalty to Mounties and there's a bit of a dust up.
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Re: 2019 Mounties

Post by The Greenhouse » July 6, 2019, 2:41 pm

23rd min Satini makes a break, kicks, the Rabbitohs can't handle it... try scoring chance, but Horsburgh is ruled off side.

Rabbitohs take it to the other end in one set, and they now force a line drop out on Mounties. O'Hagan forced to take it dead.
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Re: 2019 Mounties

Post by The Greenhouse » July 6, 2019, 2:43 pm

26th min TRY RABBITOHS to Jayden Su'A under the posts, set up by Adam Doueihi. It's off the back of the line drop out. Easy conversion.

Rabbitohs 12-4
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Re: 2019 Mounties

Post by The Greenhouse » July 6, 2019, 2:48 pm

31st min Michael Oldfield fails to take a bomb, gives the Rabbitohs another chance.
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