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Re: 2019 Mounties

Posted: August 11, 2019, 3:09 pm
by Finchy
How do the Bulldogs get 14 points from two tries and 1 goal?

Re: 2019 Mounties

Posted: August 11, 2019, 4:36 pm
by Makaveli
They scored 3 tries

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Re: 2019 Mounties

Posted: August 11, 2019, 7:04 pm
by greeneyed
MATCH REPORT: Mounties break six game losing streak to maintain place in top eight

The Mounties have kept their finals footy campaign alive after defeating the Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs 26-14 at HE Laybutt Field.

“We dug in and got the two points which was very pleasing,” Mounties hooker Tom Starling said. “We’ve been really good in patches the last few weeks, we’ve let ourselves down in certain periods. Today was a good 80- minute performance and that’s what we really need to get back on the horse and lead into the semi-finals.”

Read more: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2019/08/1 ... esBulldogs

Re: 2019 Mounties

Posted: August 11, 2019, 9:02 pm
by greeneyed
Just watching the Mounties' second half... Hingano threw out an arm in a tackle... comes off with his arm, using his jersey as a sling.

It's a dislocated shoulder... I feel sorry for the young bloke but I can't see him getting a new contract to be honest. Too injury prone and not enough shown on field.

Niko reportedly being rested this week because of an HIA last weekend.

Re: 2019 Mounties

Posted: August 12, 2019, 11:43 am
by Ronny P
Yeah didnt look good on the weekend. He looked heavy to me against the Warriors and seemed to struggle to get back in the line. First up though so expected. Not sure what will happen with him but your right.


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Re: 2019 Mounties

Posted: August 12, 2019, 1:03 pm
by greeneyed
2019 NSW Cup Round 22: Mounties V Newcastle Knights

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Mounties V Newcastle Knights
Hunter Stadium
Saturday 17 August 12:45pm
TV: Fox League

Mounties

1. Michael Oldfield
2. Tony Satini
3. Reubenn Rennie
4. Sebastian Kris
5. Harley Smith-Shields
6. Dean Matterson
7. Sam Williams
8. Reuben Porter
9. Tom Starling
10. JJ Collins
11. Hudson Young
12. Jack Murchie
13. Luke Bateman

14. Daniel Keir
15. Jarrett Boland
17. Brendan O’Hagan
19. Vincent Rennie
23. Royce Hunt

Newcastle Knights

1. Tex Hoy
2. Kiah Cooper
3. Toby Marks
4. Mitchell Andrews
5. Jacob Gagai
6. Chris Randall
7. Bayden Searle
8. James Gavet
9. Danny Levi
10. Jirah Momoisea
11. Jamie Buhrer
12. Brodie Jones
13. Pasami Saulo

14. Zac Woolford
15. Tevita Alifa
16. Brandon Russell
17. Luke Huth

Preview

Last match: The Mounties broke their six game losing streak on Sunday, winning 26-14 over the Canterbury Bulldogs at Blacktown's HE Laybutt Field. The Mt Pritchard outfit reversed the 52-22 defeat at the hands of the Bulldogs in Round 11 - which was the start of Mounties' plunge from the top of the competition ladder.

Mounties started the scoring in the 10th minute, with Raiders Under 20s back, Harley Smith-Shields crossing in the corner - after a Jack Murchie charge down generated an opportunity. The men in black and yellow followed up with first half tries to Sebastian Kris and forward Jarrett Boland. Royce Hunt produced a terrific flick pass to set up the Boland try right on half time. There was some poor defence at times from Mounties in the first half, conceding two tries. But the "home" team went to the break with a 14-10 lead. The Raiders affiliate extended their lead to 16 points after tries to Hudson Young in the 52nd minute, and Tom Starling in the 67th - with the Bulldogs only scoring a consolation try to winger Jake Averillo just before full time.

Hooker Tom Starling was undoubtedly the man of the match (one try, 19 runs for 158 metres, 119 dummy half metres, one line break, one line break assist, one try assist and 40 tackles). Hudson Young and Royce Hunt stood out in the forwards, while Smith-Shields (one try, nine tackle breaks) impressed in the backs. Ata Hingano unfortunately left the field in the second half with a dislocated shoulder.

Tom Starling (40), Hudson Young (32), Dan Keir (27) and Jack Murchie (26) topped the tackle count for Mounties, while Starling (158), Hudson Young (157) and JJ Collins (149) topped the metres gained.

This week: Mounties have climbed one place on the competition ladder, to sixth - and they are now three competition points away from the fourth placed Panthers. This week, they face the 11th placed Newcastle Knights at Hunter Stadium.

The Knights had a 12-6 win over the Wentworthville Magpies at Western Sydney Stadium last Saturday. They led 12-0 at half time, and kept the Eels' feeder club scoreless until Tim Mannah crossed in the final minute... and then kicked the conversion. The Knights have had recent wins over the Panthers (30-22) and the Warriors (12-0), but have also suffered losses to the Western Suburbs Magpies (30-22) and the Bulldogs (12-8).

Prior to last weekend, Mounties had won just once in their previous nine matches, an 18-12 win over the Western Suburbs Magpies at Campbelltown Stadium in Round 13.

Mounties had been the No. 1 ranked attacking team for some time, but are now running second to the Dragons for most points scored. The Knights rank 12th in a 12 team competition in attack, but their defence rates inside the top three teams.

Season record: Mounties 9 and 9, 1 draw (6th, +56)
Knights 7 and 12, 1 draw (11th, -96)

Attack: Mounties 27 points, Knights 16 points scored per match
Mounties rank 2nd, Knights last

Defence: Mounties 24 points, Knights 21 points conceded per match
Mounties rank 10th, Knights 3rd

Form: Mounties: LLLLW
Knights: WLWLW

Recent meetings:
2019 Round 3 - Mounties 36 defeated Newcastle Knights 12 at Aubrey Keech Reserve
2018 Round 21 - Newcastle Knights 16 defeated Mounties 6 at Hunter Stadium
2018 Round 13 - Mounties 62 defeated Newcastle Knights 0 at Aubrey Keech Reserve

Head to head: Mounties 7, Knights

Mounties team changes: Dean Matterson has been named at five eighth in place of the injured Ato Hingano (dislocated shoulder). Luke Bateman returns at lock. Reuben Porter moves to starting prop, replacing Vincent Rennie, who drops back to the bench. Brendan O'Hagan has been brought back into the top squad on the bench that again includes Royce Hunt in No. 23.

Our tip: The Mounties have been waiting for some time for their fortunes to turn, and they finally got the monkey off their back on Sunday. Mounties have been significantly affected by injury and suspension - but prior to Sunday, only Brad Abbey remained on the sidelines. It looks like Ata Hingano (dislocated shoulder) might be re-joining Abbey in the injury ward after leaving the field in the second half in the clash with the Bulldogs. However, the squad is now relatively healthy. The Knights have the home ground advantage and the better recent form line - and there are some big names in the Newcastle line up. However, we will tip Mounties to win in this one. Mounties by six.

Round 21 NSW Cup Mounties V Canterbury Bulldogs team and player statistics: https://www.nswrl.com.au/draw/nsw-cup/2 ... -bulldogs/

http://rugbyleague-reports.stats.com/nr ... 0191132130

Tom Starling and Hudson Young make NSW Cup team of the week: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2019/08/1 ... ek--rd-21/

Round 21 NSW Cup Mounties V Canterbury Bulldogs highlights: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2019/08/1 ... n---rd-21/

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Re: 2019 Mounties

Posted: August 13, 2019, 8:51 pm
by Ronny P
Interesting Ohagan misses out with the starting spot even when Hingano injured.


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Re: 2019 Mounties

Posted: August 17, 2019, 11:43 am
by The Greenhouse
Welcome to our coverage of today’s NSW Cup clash between Canberra Raiders affiliate Mounties and the Newcastle Knights. This match is broadcast from 12:40pm on Fox League. We will have live scores right here. Here are the final team line ups:

Mounties

1. Michael Oldfield
2. Tony Satini
3. Reubenn Rennie
4. Sebastian Kris
21. Andre Niko
6. Dean Matterson
17. Brendan O’Hagan
8. Reuben Porter
18. Siliva Havili
10. JJ Collins
16. Emre Guler
12. Jack Murchie
13. Luke Bateman

9. Tom Starling
14. Daniel Keir
19. Vincent Rennie
23. Royce Hunt

Newcastle Knights

1. Tex Hoy
2. Kiah Cooper
18. Brayden Musgraove
4. Mitchell Andrews
5. Jacob Gagai
3. Toby Marks
7. Bayden Searle
8. James Gavet
9. Danny Levi
10. Jirah Momoisea
11. Jamie Buhrer
12. Brodie Jones
14. Zac Woolford

13. Pasami Saulo
15. Tevita Alifa
16. Brandon Russell
17. Luke Huth

HALF TIME Mounties 12 led Newcastle Knights 10

FULL TIME Mounties 36 defeated Newcastle Knights 14

Mounties 36

Tries
Andre Niko 12'
Brendan O'Hagan 21'
Siliva Havili 42'
Royce Hunt 51'
Tom Starling 54'
Jack Murchie 73'

Goals
Andre Niko 14'
Andre Niko 23'
Andre Niko 44'
Andre Niko 53'
Andre Niko 56'
Andre Niko 80'

Newcastle Knights 14

Tries
Jacob Gagai 16'
Brayden Musgrove 34'
Brayden Musgrove 61'

Goals
Bayden Searle 18'

Re: 2019 Mounties

Posted: August 17, 2019, 11:51 am
by -TW-
1. Oldfield
2. Satini
3. R Rennie
4. Kris
21. Niko
6. Matterson
17. O'Hagan
8. Porter
18. Havili
10. Collins
16. Guler
12. Murchie
13. L Bateman

9. Starling
14. Keir
19. V Rennie
23 Hunt

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Re: 2019 Mounties

Posted: August 17, 2019, 12:45 pm
by The Greenhouse
Newcastle Knights kick off, we are underway! Not at all sure about the Luke Bateman moustache!

Re: 2019 Mounties

Posted: August 17, 2019, 12:56 pm
by The Greenhouse
10th min Great kick from Siliva Havili and Mounties force a line drop out. Mounties have probably had the best of the opening 10 minutes. Some opportunities in the red zone, but not close to crossing yet.

Re: 2019 Mounties

Posted: August 17, 2019, 12:57 pm
by The Greenhouse
12th min TRY MOUNTIES to Andre Niko, great long cut out pass from Dean Matterson to the winger for the four pointer! Fantastic kick from Niko from the sideline, curled back beautifully! He's had a week off after suffering concussion.

Mounties 6-0

Re: 2019 Mounties

Posted: August 17, 2019, 1:03 pm
by The Greenhouse
16th min TRY KNIGHTS to winger to Jacob Gagai. It started with an offload in the middle of the park from 60 metres out and the Mounties defence was simply unable to adjust. Bayden Searle converts.

Mounties 6
Knights 6

Re: 2019 Mounties

Posted: August 17, 2019, 1:06 pm
by The Greenhouse
20th min TRY MOUNTIES to Brendan O'Hagan, he just takes off, and somersaults his way over the try line and somehow ends up grounding it! Andre Niko coverts. Really boots it!

Mounties 12-6

Re: 2019 Mounties

Posted: August 17, 2019, 1:11 pm
by The Greenhouse
26th min Luke Bateman gives two penalties away in a row in the ruck. Fortunately, Toby Marks knocks on.

Re: 2019 Mounties

Posted: August 17, 2019, 1:13 pm
by The Greenhouse
28th min Dean Matterson puts in a good kick to the corner and forces a line drop out. Short drop out, bounces over the 10m line and then finds touch 8 metres out... so the Knights get a scrum feed.

Re: 2019 Mounties

Posted: August 17, 2019, 1:17 pm
by The Greenhouse
32nd min The Knights walk off the mark, don't play the ball properly... and get a penalty for "crowding"!

Re: 2019 Mounties

Posted: August 17, 2019, 1:21 pm
by The Greenhouse
33rd min The Knights get another penalty, late in the tackle count, and it is an awful decision. The Knights player didn't stand or play the ball. And it has resulted in a Knights try.

TRY KNIGHTS to Brayden Musgrove following a grubber from Searle. Seb Kris couldn't ground it but Musgrove did, maybe a little bobble. No conversion.

Mounties 12-10

HALF TIME

Re: 2019 Mounties

Posted: August 17, 2019, 1:37 pm
by The Greenhouse
Mounties kick off to start the second half. Mounties lucky to get an early penalty in the ruck... failed to stand, but this referee penalises the defending team for that!

Re: 2019 Mounties

Posted: August 17, 2019, 1:42 pm
by The Greenhouse
44th min TRY MOUNTIES to Siliva Havili, goes over easily from dummy half. Brendan O'Hagan nearly crossed but was ruled to be held up. It is off the back of the dodgy penalty. Andre Niko converts.

Mounties 18-10

Re: 2019 Mounties

Posted: August 17, 2019, 1:50 pm
by The Greenhouse
51st min Mounties running into a very strong breeze this half... bomb is a mis-kick... ends in the hands of Niko, who throws it back, the Knights pick up the loose ball and knock on! Now Mounties get a penalty to boot!

Tony Satini held up! They attack in the red zone!

TRY MOUNTIES to Royce Hunt! Immense run... he reaches out and grounds it! Oops... not grounded on the replay, but it is awarded! Should definitely have been a no try. Andre Niko converts.

Mounties 24-10

Re: 2019 Mounties

Posted: August 17, 2019, 1:53 pm
by The Greenhouse
55th min TRY MOUNTIES to Tom Starling! That is a beauty! Starling and Matterson get it wide to Niko, who puts the kick back in field and Starling is there! WHAT A TRY! No doubt about that one! Andre Niko converts.

Mounties 30-10

Re: 2019 Mounties

Posted: August 17, 2019, 1:56 pm
by The Greenhouse
59th min Matterson knocks on the kick off in the in goal... line drop out forced from the Knights' kick off! Mounties do well to defend the set.

Re: 2019 Mounties

Posted: August 17, 2019, 2:01 pm
by The Greenhouse
62nd min TRY KNIGHTS to Brayden Musgrove, backing up a break from fullback Tex Hoy. Bayden Searle cannot convert from out wide. Mounties have to make sure they keep the foot on the accelerator in the final 20 minutes. Too often they've faded in the final quarter.

Mounties 30-14

Re: 2019 Mounties

Posted: August 17, 2019, 2:04 pm
by greeneyed
Knights throwing it everywhere now. Lucky that Niko defused that situation and the Mounties get a penalty.

Re: 2019 Mounties

Posted: August 17, 2019, 2:12 pm
by The Greenhouse
74th min TRY MOUNTIES to Jack Murchie, set up by Starling and Matterson. Good running from Jack. No conversion.

Mounties 34-14

Re: 2019 Mounties

Posted: August 17, 2019, 2:16 pm
by The Greenhouse
78th min Jack Murchie nearly over again, but he knocks on the ball over the line.

80th min PENALTY GOAL MOUNTIES to Andre Niko from in front after the siren.

Mounties 36
Newcastle Knights 14

FULL TIME

Re: 2019 Mounties

Posted: August 17, 2019, 4:21 pm
by greeneyed
MATCH REPORT: Mounties consolidate in the top eight after win over Newcastle Knights

Mounties have moved within striking distance of the top four after accounting for Newcastle 36-14 at McDonald Jones Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

Moving up to fifth on the ladder with a six tries to three victory, playmakers Brendan O’Hagan and Tom Starling both scored against their former club, as Newcastle centre Brayden Musgrove bagged a double for the home side.

Read more: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2019/08/1 ... nsw-rd-22/

Re: 2019 Mounties

Posted: August 17, 2019, 5:12 pm
by zim
Liva provided some pretty crisp service from hooker.

Re: 2019 Mounties

Posted: August 18, 2019, 9:10 am
by Ronny P
zim wrote:Liva provided some pretty crisp service from hooker.
100% he was very good.


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Re: 2019 Mounties

Posted: August 19, 2019, 4:21 pm
by greeneyed
2019 NSW Cup Round 23: Mounties V Manly Sea Eagles

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Mounties V Blacktown Sea Eagles
Canberra Stadium
Saturday 25 August 1:40pm

Mounties

1. Michael Oldfield
2. Tony Satini
3. Reubenn Rennie
4. Sebastian Kris
5. Andre Niko
6. Dean Matterson
7. Brendan O'Hagan
8. Emre Guler
9. Siliva Havili
10. JJ Collins
11. Reuben Porter
12. Jack Murchie
13. Luke Bateman

14. Daniel Keir
15. Jarrett Boland
17. Tom Starling
19. Vincent Rennie

23. Royce Hunt

Blacktown Sea Eagles

19. Lachlan Croker
1. Jade Anderson
14. Tim Simona
4. Tevita Funa
5. Alfred Smalley
6. Kane Elgey
7. Cade Cust
24. Lloyd Perrett
9. Zach Dockar-Clay
10. Andy Saunders
3. Dane Aukafolau
8. Tony Williams
12. Sean Keppie

13. Francis Laloua-Tui
16. Tyler Cassel
17. Charles Shepherd
22. Keith Titmuss

Preview

Last match: The Mounties made it two wins in a row on Saturday when they defeated the Newcastle Knights 36-14 at Hunter Stadium. It was a close contest in the first half, with the Mt Pritchard outfit going to the break with a narrrow 12-10 lead. But Mounties powered on in the second half, scoring four tries and conceding just one.

Mounties finished with a 56 per cent share of possession - and dominated the attacking statistics. They made more runs (169-135), running metres (1688-1251), post contact metres (642-348), kick return metres (171-11), line breaks (7-2) and tackle breaks (32-14). In defence, Mounties missed just 14 tackles (Knights 32) and made just nine ineffective tackles (Knights 12). Mounties had an effective tackle rate of over 91 per cent (Knights 88 per cent).

Royce Hunt, Jack Murchie, Emre Guler and JJ Collins all impressed in the forwards. Hunt and Murchie both scored tries, while Hunt made nine tackle breaks. Collins, Murchie and Guler all topped the 100 metres gained mark. All of the outside backs also contributed more than 100 metres with the ball in hand.

O'Hagan and Dean Matterson combined well in the halves, with Sam Williams in Melbourne with the Raiders and Ata Hingano injured. Matterson produced two try assists and three line break assists. O'Hagan scored a try and made three tackle breaks and a line break. Siliva Havili also performed well at starting hooker, with Ricky Stuart opting to give the Canberra Raiders benchie some good game time. He scored a try, made one line break and 119 metres with the ball, 63 from dummy half.

Siliva Havilii (28), Emre Guler (25) and Luke Bateman (24) topped the tackle count for Mounties, while JJ Collins (162), Michael Oldfield (129) and Reubenn Rennie (147) topped the metres gained.

This week: Mounties remain in sixth place on the competition ladder - but are still three competition points away from the fourth placed Panthers, with just two games left in the regular season. This week, they face the 12th placed Blacktown Sea Eagles at Canberra Stadium - one of three matches on the bill this Sunday.

The Sea Eagles suffered a 46-28 loss to the Wentworthville Magpies last Sunday at HE Laybutt Field. They trailed by only two points at half time, but conceded five tries to the Eels' feeder team in the second half. They have, however, had recent wins over the Western Suburbs Magpies (30-20), the Newtown Jets (26-24) and South Sydney Rabbitohs (30-22) - and only lost by four points to the North Sydney Bears in Round 18.

Mounties won just once in the nine matches between Round 11 and Round 20, an 18-12 win over the Western Suburbs Magpies at Campbelltown Stadium. However, they broke a six game losing streak two weeks ago against the Bulldogs, winning 26-14, and then backed that up against the Knights.

Mounties have regained their ranking as the No. 1 attacking team in the competition, while the Sea Eagles rank equal 10th. Mounties rank a lowly 10th for least points conceded - but the Sea Eagles rank dead last in defence.

Season record: Mounties 10 and 9, 1 draw (6th, +78)
Sea Eagles 5 and 14, 1 draw (12th, -159)

Attack: Mounties 27 points, Sea Eagles 20 points scored per match

Defence: Mounties 24 points, Sea Eagles 28 points conceded per match

Form: Mounties: LLLWW
Sea Eagles: WLWWL

Recent meetings:
2019 Round 7 - Mounties 44 defeated Blacktown Sea Eagles 22 at Brookvale Oval
2018 Round 19 - Mounties 22 defeated Blacktown Sea Eagles 14 at Aubrey Keech Reserve
2018 Round 4 - Mounties 26 defeated Blacktown Sea Eagles 6 at Brookvale Oval

Head to head: Mounties 5, Blacktown Sea Eagles 0

Mounties team changes: Emre Guler will start at prop, with Reuben Porter moving back to the second row. Jarrett Boland has been included on the bench.

Our tip: This is a match Mounties need to win if they're to remain any chance of an unlikely top four finish. There are only two matches remaining, with Mounties to face the fifth placed North Sydney Bears in the final round. Mounties would need to win both of their remaining games, while the Panthers would need to lose both of their games - against the Sea Eagles and Bears. Unlikely. Regardless, Mounties will need to just keep winning every week. The Sea Eagles' recent form is better than Mounties - so it is not going to be an easy task on Sunday. However, the men in black and yellow should have the firepower to win this one - with most of the players not required by the Raiders on hand and available at Canberra Stadium.

Round 22 NSW Cup Mounties V Newcastle Knights team and player statistics: https://www.nswrl.com.au/draw/nsw-cup/2 ... -mounties/

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

Round 21 NSW Cup Mounties V Canterbury Bulldogs highlights: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2019/08/1 ... s---rd-22/

Siliva Havili, Jack Murchie, JJ Collins make NSW Cup Team of the Week: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2019/08/1 ... ek--rd-22/

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Re: 2019 Mounties

Posted: August 25, 2019, 10:12 am
by The Greenhouse
Welcome to our coverage of today's NSW Cup contest between Mounties and the Blacktown Sea Eagles! Kick off is at 1:40pm and we will have live scores in this thread from Canberra Stadium!

Jamie Soward's preview: Soward says: It's definitely a danger game for the Mounties having won games two in a row after losing six in a row. so you get the idea that they have got themselves into some form at the back end of the year. However, this Blacktown Workers side is a completely different side and if they had this team all year they could go close to winning it. I'm going to tip an upset and Blacktown to win by 2.

Read more: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2019/08/2 ... nsw-rd-23/

Final team line ups:

Mounties

1. Michael Oldfield
2. Tony Satini
3. Reubenn Rennie
4. Sebastian Kris
5. Andre Niko
20. Sam Williams
7. Brendan O'Hagan
8. Emre Guler
9. Siliva Havili
10. JJ Collins
11. Reuben Porter
12. Jack Murchie
13. Luke Bateman

6. Dean Matterson
14. Daniel Keir
17. Tom Starling
23. Royce Hunt

Blacktown Sea Eagles

19. Lachlan Croker
1. Jade Anderson
14. Tim Simona
4. Tevita Funa
5. Alfred Smalley
6. Kane Elgey
7. Cade Cust
24. Lloyd Perrett
9. Zach Dockar-Clay
10. Andy Saunders
3. Dane Aukafolau
8. Tony Williams
12. Sean Keppie

13. Francis Laloua-Tui
16. Tyler Cassel
17. Charles Shepherd
22. Keith Titmuss

Mounties 30

Tries
Michael Oldfield 4'
Tony Satini 16'
Sam Williams 21'
Royce Hunt 32'
Tony Satini 37'
Sebastian Kris 68'

Goals
Andre Niko 5'
Andre Niko 33'
Andre Niko 39'

Blacktown Sea Eagles 26

Tries
Tim Simona 8'
Tyler Cassel 46'
Tyler Cassel 55'
Jade Anderson 58'
Tyler Cassel 64'

Goals
Tevita Funa 56'
Tevita Funa 59'

HALF TIME

Mounties 26 led Blacktown Sea Eagles 4

FULL TIME

Mounties 30 defeated Blacktown Sea Eagles 26

Re: 2019 Mounties

Posted: August 25, 2019, 1:41 pm
by The Greenhouse
Mounties kick off, we are underway.

Re: 2019 Mounties

Posted: August 25, 2019, 1:46 pm
by The Greenhouse
5th min TRY MOUNTIES to fullback Michael Oldfield Under the posts! Great pass Sam Williams to set it up. Andre Niko converts.

Mounties 6-0

Re: 2019 Mounties

Posted: August 25, 2019, 1:51 pm
by The Greenhouse
9th min TRY SEA EAGLES to Tim Simona, after a big break and a kick down field. Looked like a knock when it was regathered. No conversion.

Mounties 6-4