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Re: 2018 Mounties

Post by The Greenhouse » July 14, 2018, 1:12 pm

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Have the Raiders given Milne a contract yet?
No, he’s on a Mounties contract.
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Post by The Greenhouse » July 14, 2018, 1:27 pm

14th min TRY MOUNTIES to winger Jordan Martin, set up by Garvey and O’Hagan and he goes over in the corner. O’Hagan gets the try assist. No conversion from the sideline.

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Post by The Greenhouse » July 14, 2018, 1:31 pm

19th min TRY MOUNTIES to Craig Garvey, he runs out of dummy half and makes a break right down the middle. He scores close to the posts. Taane Milne converts.

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Post by The Greenhouse » July 14, 2018, 1:39 pm

27th min PENALTY GOAL MOUNTIES to Taane Milne from in front.

Mounties 12-0
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Post by The Greenhouse » July 14, 2018, 1:52 pm

37th min TRY MAGPIES to centre Leighton Tali, he was just too big and powerful and he crashed through. No conversion from out wide.

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Post by The Greenhouse » July 14, 2018, 1:56 pm

40th min TRY MAGPIES after the bell to Braden Robson. Poor defence from Mounties to let that one in, so quickly after the last try. Mounties were clearly the better team for most of the second half... but two defensive lapses in the space of three minutes see them lead by just four points at the break.

Mounties 12-8

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Post by The Greenhouse » July 14, 2018, 2:19 pm

49th min TRY MOUNTIES to Corey Horsburgh, great pass from Garvey to O’Hagan... and he throws another to the try scorer. Red head to red head. Taane Milne converts from virtually in front.

Mounties 18-8

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Post by The Greenhouse » July 14, 2018, 2:22 pm

52nd min Great defence Mounties to force Magpies winger Harrison O’Toole into the in goal and force a drop out. Great chase on the Raiwalui kick. Unfortunately Mounties can’t capitalise, dropped ball.
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Post by The Greenhouse » July 14, 2018, 2:25 pm

55th min Great one on one strip from Seb Kris.
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Post by The Greenhouse » July 14, 2018, 2:37 pm

64th min TRY MOUNTIES to Ed Murphy under the posts. Jordan Martin made a great break down the touch line and threw a great pass back inside to Murphy. Taane Milne converts.

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Post by The Greenhouse » July 14, 2018, 2:47 pm

74th min TRY MOUNTIES to Brendan O’Hagan, great run from Craig Garvey and O’Hagan backs up to score out wide. Taane Milne misses the conversion attempt.

Mounties 28-8

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Post by The Greenhouse » July 14, 2018, 2:53 pm

Jersey Flegg

Mounties V Wests Tigers
Campbelltown Stadium

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Mounties 18

Tries
Paul ROACHE (9m)
Hudson YOUNG (24m)
Kyle PATERSON (33m)

Goals
Andre NIKO (11m)
Andre NIKO (25m)
Andre NIKO (35m)

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Wests Tigers 12

Tries
Dylan SMITH (47m)
Joshua BERMINGHAM (67m)

Goals
Benjamin STEVANOVIC (48m)
Benjamin STEVANOVIC (68m)
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Post by greeneyed » July 14, 2018, 3:15 pm

Understrength Mounties prevail over Western Suburbs Magpies

Minus a host of their Intrust Super Premiership NSW regulars, Mounties have shown they'll once again be a big threat come the business end of the season, trouncing the Western Suburbs Magpies 28-8 at Campbelltown Stadium on Saturday.

Their roster stretched due to injury, suspension and NRL commitments, Mounties overcame what looked to be a much stronger Magpies outfit – crossing for five tries against the competition's second-best defensive outfit.

MOUNTIES 28 (J Martin C Garvey C Horsburgh E Murphy B O'Hagan tries T Milne 4 goals) bt WESTERN SUBURBS 8 (T Tali B Robson tries)

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Post by The Greenhouse » July 14, 2018, 4:43 pm

Jersey Flegg

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Mounties 18 defeated Wests Tigers 12
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Post by edwahu » July 14, 2018, 4:45 pm

Good win by both grades.

Garvey is a gun, I would rather have him stay and Ricky mend what ever bridge he burnt than bring back Baptiste.

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Post by Johnsy28 » July 15, 2018, 12:22 am

20’s need to realise there is a right side in there structure. The left edge over played today. Same as last week. Regardless a good win. Our middle went well. Great to see Corey and Brendan play extremely well in NSW Cup


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Post by greeneyed » July 17, 2018, 4:37 pm

2018 NSW Premiership: Rd 19 Mounties V Blacktown Sea Eagles, Manly Sea Eagles

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Mounties V Blacktown Sea Eagles
Saturday 21 July
Aubrey Keech Reserve
NSW Premiership 3:00pm

Mounties

1. Tyler CORNISH
2. Tony SATINI
3. Sebastian KRIS
4. Taane MILNE
5. Jordan MARTIN
6. Brendan O'Hagan
7. Henry RAIWALUI
8. Royce HUNT
9. Craig GARVEY
10. Mitchell CAHALANE
11. Jarrett BOLAND
12. Jack MURCHIE
13. Makahesi MAKATOA

14. Corey HORSBURGH
15. Edward MURPHY
16. Emre GULER
17. Joel LUANI
18. Steven TAVITA

Blacktown Sea Eagles

1. Jade ANDERSON
2. Vai TOUTAI2
19. John FOLAU
4. Jonathan WRIGHT
5. Honeti TUHA
6. Dean MATTERSON
7. Cade CUST
18. Lloyd PERRETT
9. Joey LUSSICK
10. Toafofoa SIPLEY
14. Lewis BROWN
12. James HASSON
13. Taealoaloa AMONE

15. Dylan KELLY
16. Tyler CASSEL
17. Veiru MAPESONE
22.Fred MAUALA

Mounties V Manly Sea Eagles
Sunday 22 July
Brookvale Oval
Jersey Flegg 1:50pm

Mounties

1. Andre NIKO
2. Thomas MCGRADY
3. Matthew TIMOKO
4. Mathew LYONS
5. Semi VALEMEI
6. Paul ROACHE (c)
7. Tobias WESTCOTT
8. Nicki SOLOA TOOMATA
9. Lachlan COOPER
10. Matthew SCOTT
11, Hudson YOUNG
12. Daniel KEIR
13. Darby MEDLYN

14. Kyle PATERSON
15. Komiti TUILAGI
16. Thomas ROBERTSON
17. Elijah HUNT
18. Alan TUIGAMALA
20. Stefano HALA
21. Liam MOCK

Manly Sea Eagles

1. Bilal MAARBANI
2. Tyrone TAUKAMO
3. Semisi Kioa
4. Tevita FUNA
5. Alfred SMALLEY
6. Zaan WEATHERALL
7. Luke METCALF
8. John TUIVAITI
9. Tyran OTT
10. Michael FENN
11. Kees NICHOLSON
12. Blake Andrews
13. Jordan MAIN

14. Keith TITMUSS
15. Finn HEATH
16. Falefa LETOI
17. Matthew HAMMOND
18. Maxwell BARRY
22. Dane OOSTENDORP-POWER
23. Jaiden TARRANT
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Post by bonehead » July 18, 2018, 9:37 am

gents, Hala named at #20 in flegg despite being a new u20s rep and was impressive in that game, what's the go?

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Post by edwahu » July 18, 2018, 4:25 pm

bonehead wrote:
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gents, Hala named at #20 in flegg despite being a new u20s rep and was impressive in that game, what's the go?

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Probably injured and in doubt or maybe likely to move up and play for senior Mounties with Guler/Hunt or Murchie playing firsts.

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Post by Nadruku » July 19, 2018, 8:55 pm

Ravalawa playing for the Gungahlin Bulls is this a good thing or a bad thing??

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Post by greeneyed » July 19, 2018, 9:00 pm

It is not a good thing to get dropped to Canberra Raiders Cup from Under 20s. Not sure what's going on with it... I'm imagining the only issue can be defence, and he's been sent back to play against senior players to get his defence right.

Initially I thought he was injured, but he's played in CRCup for a couple of weeks now.
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Post by bonehead » July 19, 2018, 9:03 pm

greeneyed wrote:It is not a good thing to get dropped to Canberra Raiders Cup from Under 20s. Not sure what's going on with it... the only issue can be defence, and he's been sent back to play against senior players to get his defence right.
he was in the Mounties side and picked for Fiji squad, this reeks of something more

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Post by greeneyed » July 19, 2018, 9:04 pm

Sorry, you're right, it is from Mounties NSW Premiership.
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Post by Nadruku » July 19, 2018, 9:35 pm

Yeah you would have to say it’s s step down ☹️


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Post by edwahu » July 19, 2018, 9:56 pm

I'm guessing its disciplinary considering neither Mounties winger is Raiders contracted.

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Post by greeneyed » July 20, 2018, 2:28 pm

2017 NSW Premiership Round 19: Mounties preview

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In Round 19, Mounties play the Blacktown Sea Eagles in NSW Premiership on Saturday at Aubrey Keech Reserve and the Manly Sea Eagles in Jersey Flegg at Brookvale Oval on Sunday.

NSW Premiership: Mounties had a confidence boosting win, 28-8, over the Western Suburbs Magpies in Round 18. Mounties were stretched by the Canberra Raiders’ injuries and suspensions - and some injury of their own - but still put in a very good performance against the fifth placed Magpies. Mounties dominated for much of the first half, but let the Magpies in for two tries in the space of three minutes, just before half time - and took just a 12-8 lead to the break. However, the Mounties were in full control in the second half, putting on tries to Corey Horsburgh, Ed Murphy and Brendan O’Hagan.

Craig Garvey (one try, 102 metres gained, one try assist, one line break assist, two line breaks, three tackle breaks, 34 tackles), Taane Milne (14 runs, 120 metres gained, one line break assist, two tackle breaks, two offloads, 10 tackles, four goals) and Brendan O’Hagan, on debut (one try, two try assists, one line break assist, one line break, two tacklebreaks, 22 tackles), impressed for Mounties. Jarrett Boland (39), Craig Garvey (34) and Corey Horsburgh, backing up from Under 20s Origin (27), topped the tackle count for Mounties. Mitch Cahalane (159m), Tony Satini (152m) and Royce Hunt (138m) produced most metres with the ball in hand.

Mounties are placed second on the competition table, but are still three competition points away from of the ladder leading Penrith Panthers. Their opponents this weekend, the Blacktown Sea Eagles, are placed eighth. Mounties have a 10 and six record so far this season, while the Sea Eagles have seven wins, eight losses and a draw to their name. The Sea Eagles have a LWLWL record in their past five matches, losing to the Wyong Roos, 26-18, in their last outing. Mounties have a WWLLW form line.

Mounties have the advantage in both attack and defence. Mounties have averaged 28 points scored per match, compared with 22 for the Sea Eagles, in 2018. In defence, Mounties have conceded an average 20 points per match, compared with 22 for The Sea Eagles. Mounties have a positive points differential of 122, the Magpies +6. Mounties had a 26-6 win over the Sea Eagles when the teams met earlier this year in Round 4.

Team changes: For Mounties, the only change to the starting line up that defeated the Magpies was the inclusion of Jack Murchie in the second row, for Steven Tavita. Murchie, however, has since been named for his Raiders debut. Expect Tavita, named 18th man, to come back into the top 17. On the bench, Joel Luani replaces Josh Saunders Jones. Sitiveni Moceidreke is again missing for Mounties this week, with Jordan Martin named on the wing. The Sea Eagles are unchanged from the team that took the field last week.

Our tip: Mounties are again stretched, as the Raiders draw on their depth players, but there is some good young talent coming through the ranks. It’ll be a good test for the youngsters against the Sea Eagles. But we will go with the team with home ground advantage. Mounties in a close one.

Jersey Flegg: Mounties had an 18-12 win over the Wests Tigers in Round 18, scoring all 18 points in the first half - and withstanding the second half comeback of the last placed Tigers. The victory sees Mounties retain fourth place on the ladder, with a 10 and five record so far this season. Their opposition this week, the Manly Sea Eagles, are placed ninth on the competition table, with a five and 10 record. Mounties are now on a five game winning streak, while the Sea Eagles have a LLLWL record in their past five matches. Manly narrowly lost, 30-28, to the Sydney Roosters last week.

Mounties have a better attacking and defensive record than the Sea Eagles. Mounties have averaged 23 points scored per match, compared with 21 for the Sea Eagles. In defence, Mounties have conceded an average of 21 points per match, while the Sea Eagles have conceded 27. Mounties have a small positive points differential (+36); the Sea Eagles have a negative points differential of 89. Earlier in 2918, Mounties won 28-12 over the Sea Eagles in Round 4.

Mounties have named the same team that took the field against the Wests Tigers. For the Sea Eagles, Alfred Smalley comes onto the wing for Dane Oostendorp Power. John Tuivaiti has been named at starting prop, replacing Keith Titmuss, who drops to the bench.

While Mounties are dealing with the promotion of some regular players to NSW Premiership, good young players like half Toby Westcott have come into the side. We’ll tip Mounties to take this one.

Mounties V Blacktown Sea Eagles
Saturday 21 July
Aubrey Keech Reserve
NSW Premiership 3:00pm

1. Tyler Cornish 2. Tony Satini 3. Sebastian Kris 4. Taane Milne 5. Jordan Martin 6. Brendan O'Hagan 7. Henry Raiwalui 8. Royce Hunt 9. Craig Garvey 10. Mitch Cahalane 11. Jarrett Boland 12. Jack Murchie 13. Makahesi Makatoa 14. Corey Horsburgh 15. Ed Murphy 16. Emre Guler 17. Joel Luani 18. Steven Tavita

Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles
1. Jade Anderson 2. Vai Toutai 19. John Folau 4. Jonathan Wright 5. Honeti Tuha 6. Dean Matterson 7. Cade Cust 18. Lloyd Perrett 9. Joey Lussick 10. Toafofoa Sipley 14. Lewis Brown 12. James Hasson 13. Tom Amone 15. Dylan Kelly 16. Tyler Cassell 17. Vieru Mapasone 22. Fred Junior Mauala

Referee: Ryan Jackson
Sideline Officials: Damien Briscoe, Cameron Mitchell

Mounties V Manly Sea Eagles
Sunday 22 July
Brookvale Oval
Jersey Flegg 1:50pm

1. Bilal Maarbani 2. Tyrone Taukamo 3. Semisi Kioa 4. Tevita Funa 5. Alfred Smalley 6. Zaan Weatherall 7. Luke Metcalf 8. John Tuivaiti 9. Tyran Ott 10. Michael Fenn 11. Kees Nicholson 12. Blake Andrews 13. Jordan Main 14. Keith Titmuss 15. Finn Heath 16. Raff Letoi 17. Matthew Hammond 23. Jaiden Tarrant 21. Dane Oostendorp

Mounties
1. Andre Niko 2. Tom McGrady 4. Matthew Lyons 5. Semi Valemi 6. Paul Roache 7. Toby Westcott 8. Nicholas Toomata 9. Lachlan Cooper 10. Matt Scott 11. Hudson Young 12. Daniel Keir 13. Darby Medlyn 14. Kyle Paterson 15. Komiti Tuilagi 16. Tom Robertson 17. Elijah Hunt 20. Stefano Hala 21. Liam Mock

Referee: Stephen Bourke
Sideline Officials: Adam Williams, Lachlan Greenfield

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Welcome to our coverage of today's Mounties V Blacktown Sea Eagles clash from Aubrey Keech Reserve. Here are the final teams:

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Mounties 22

Tries
Tyler CORNISH (5m)
Sebastian KRIS (30m)
Taane MILNE (73m)

Goals
Taane MILNE (6m)
Taane MILNE (32m)
Taane MILNE (36m)
Taane MILNE (74m)

Blacktown Sea Eagles 14

Tries
Jorge TAUFUA (9m)
Dean MATTERSON (42m)

Goals
Joey LUSSICK (11m)
Joey LUSSICK (43m)
Joey LUSSICK (57m)
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Mounties 22 defeated Blacktown Sea Eagles 14
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Post by zim » July 21, 2018, 5:35 pm

Nice win down on troops.

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MATCH REPORT: Blacktown Sea Eagles pipped by Mounties

Mounties have put aside a determined Blacktown Workers outfit, edging the Sea Eagles 22-14 in the side's Round 19 Intrust Super Premiership NSW meeting at Aubrey Keech Reserve.

Heading into the match in second on the competition's standings, Mounties were widely tipped to get the two points over their rivals – but in a reminder of the closeness of the competition, they were made to fight and work for every inch in an all-engrossing affair.

Read more: MOUNTIES 22 (T Cornish S Kris T Milne tries Milne 5 goals) bt BLACKTOWN 14 (J Taufua D Matterson tries Lussick 3 goals)
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Post by edwahu » July 21, 2018, 8:33 pm

Garvey must be good odds for poty. He set up the winner.

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Post by greeneyed » July 21, 2018, 9:06 pm

Yep, Garvey has been outstanding for Mounties and it is a shame he didn't get an NRL shot.
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