Ron Massey Cup / Sydney Shield 2017

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  1. Footy Tragic

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    Champion bloke. Hopefully he can walk out of Wenty with a premiership. Spoken to a few mates there disappointed he's leaving.
     
  2. Pantherman72

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    Took over Cabra from Corey Ruttle.
    Took over a Cabra team that had won the comp and couldnt do the business for them losing semi final after semi final.
    Took over Wenty who had won 4 out of 5 grand finals and hasnt even made one with them. Maybe this is his year. Be interesting to see if he can get Cabra back to where they were when he took over last time.
     
  3. footyfeverforever

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    Does anyone know if we can listen live to the RM Cup games at Ringrose Park today?
    I've had a look on the Hawkesbury Radio and Triple H FM websites this morning but can't find any confirmation.....
     
  4. rightleftin

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    In the first 3 games today we saw one side totally outclassed by the other with St Marys beating East Campbelltown 42-10 and Mounties taking out Guildford 34-12 and then in the first RMC semi Guildford toyed with Mounties in securing a 36-20 win.

    However, the final game was a completely different character with Auburn taking a "no prisoners" approach, and in the first set took the ball down the field before Rudolph's last tackle kick stopped a metre from the corner post and Hills fullback Perrin was forced into his in goal for a drop out. this perfect start resulted in nothing, as Hills, despite conceding 3 successive penalties, held their line intact.

    Hills then put on a reaction set, alternating inside and outside balls to bust Auburn and then unleashed a chip kick for Horo to put the Bulls ahead 4-0. The teams traded tries at 5 minute intervals to see a 10-10 score after 25 and then an amazing try to bulky centre D'Rhys Miller gave Auburn a half time lead.

    After a 20 minute arm wrestle in the 2nd half first Auburn the Hills scored and in the 68th minute, as Auburn clung to an 18-16 lead, they were reduced to 12 men when Demetriou, already on report with Ellaz, was binned. Against the odds Elias Sukkar scored a rampaging try and Rudoph's conversion opened the gap to 24-16.

    With the game seemingly under control in the 73rd minute, Setephano was placed on report and binned and Auburn now had 11. Hills made use of the 2 man overlap, scoring in the corner and an excellent conversion ,meant Hills were now 22-24 with 3 minutes left. Demetriou came back for the last 2 minutes and Auburn held on despite the scoreboard clock malfunction in the last minute.

    2HHH covered both RMC games plus half of the 2nd SS game after covering several games last week and will again be on duty for both Saturday and sunday next week.
     
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    Bad day for all 2016 Premiers -
    Cronulla ,Illawarra,Mounties and East Campbelltown all knocked out of their respective 2017 seasons.
     
  6. rightleftin

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    Mounties have really dropped the ball this year - first time not in the last 4 of NSW Cup and not in the last 4 of RMC after 3 consecutive GF's.
     
  7. Timmah

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    All four games to be played Saturday at Lidcombe Oval, starting at 11am

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  8. MountainMan

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    I'm tipping a St Mary's & Wentys grand final in both grades.
     
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    Agreed in Massey - can't see Guildford or Auburn overcoming them. Shield is interesting though, Asquith and Mounties are both a solid chance
     
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    It was no great surprise that Guildford beat Mounties in RMC but the ease was extraordinary. Guildford lost to Auburn 30 in the last round to miss the top 4 and then were very ordinary last week, however, they looked superb yesterday with Matt Ryan absolutely dominating. Wenty will go a long way to winning if they can neutralise Ryan.

    There were some odd selections in the Mounties line ups - Maurice Kennedy and Alofi Mataeli came back from NSW Cup, which is fair enough, but Josh Toole was inserted after 2 months on the sideline and Jake Stedman, 2nd highest try scorer in RMC, was relegated to SS, where he scored a hat trick, and Michael Stig, who played most of the season in A Grade with Emu Plains was put in for his first RMC game with Dylan Izzard relegated to the bench. Apparently, Yatesy rated him at Wenty, so maybe he will be one of the 20 new signings Cabra need.

    Matt Whitehouse and Brandon Raeli were both preferred to Willie Mataka, who of course, look a cut above in SS while Chris Taripo and Leva Li appeared in neither RMC or SS.

    Last week, Wenty wiped the floor with St Marys in SS but with 7 changes yesterday St Marys looked hard to beat. The St Marys RMC is relying on a lot more journeyman at season end as a result of the elevation of Maika Sivo, Tony Satini, and Tom Eisenhuth to NSW Cup and injuries to Nathan Smith, Aaron Pene, Soni Luke, Cohen Epere and Liam Coleman.

    But with no RMC game, SS regulars Dean Zammitt and John Faimu were able to add some thrust after filling in in the RMC QF, Ratu Tuisese, who has split his time evenly between NSW Cup, RMC and SS was able to slot back into SS for this game and Alan Eisenhuth, Meni Luke, Mitch Revell and Pat Hollis also played after missing the QF.

    St Marys chances in both grades will be guided by how many of the missing players get on the field next week. Auburn, their opponents in RMC did beat them pretty comprehensively in August but could be decimated by 3 possible suspensions from yesterday's game.
     
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    Cabramatta have officially confirmed that Chris Yates will be head coach in 2018 in a post on their website on Tuesday. Presumably that will mean that he will be coach of Cabra's NSW Cup side if proposed deal with the Sharks comes to fruition.
     
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    Whats the story that is getting around ?
    What is happening with Newtown ?
     
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    There were reports in the press that Newtown were trying to link with Melbourne because the Sharks were unhappy with the arrangements and Cabra, who were prevented from linking with the Sharks about 12 years ago by Parramatta, are the favourites to replace Newtown.
     
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    Asquith have to overcome the Peninsula Seagulls curse tomorrow. In their 3 years in the SS the Seagulls won more games than any other club but failed to make the GF in any season. The Asquith side has 9 players that appeared for the Gulls - Jake Pickering, Vinny Ngaro, Jeremy Marshall, Enoka Time, Jon Grimes, Ryan Wheeler, Jared Palmer, Josh Hall and Izaiah Phillips.
     
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    We saw 2 one sided games in the RMC and 2 contests in the SS.

    Auburn were absolutely dominant against St Marys leading 22-0 at half time, extending their lead while down to 12 with Clark in the bin and when Rudolph added a field goal it was 31-0 with 8 minutes to go. A couple of consolation tries at the end made the result 31-12. So many players were good for Auburn - David Minute, Slaimankhel, Rudolph, Setephano, Utai, Demetriou etc.

    Wenty continued where the left off 2 weeks ago against Hills, Scoring 8 tries and only giving up 1 to Guildford late in the game. Wenty SS also looked they were going to go on with the job when Hala Katoa scored 2 blockbusting tries in a couple of minutes to give Wenty a 19-0 lead at half time. A different Mounties side came out after the break and when Maile Li scored, Mounties had put on 3 converted tries in 13 minutes to narrow the gap to 19-18. Li went from hero to villain when from the resulting kick off he attempted to settle the ball with his foot and it rebounded 15 metres into wenty's hands and Mati Leifi scored in the following set to take it to 25-18 but Mounties were not finished and 3 more tries rendered a 34-25 victory.

    Asquith started like a house on fire but St Marys also scored at regular intervals to lead 16-14 at half time. The sides continued to alternate try scoring in the 2nd half and with 8 minutes left Asquith were trailing 26-24 when Alipate Tani crashed over for the Magpies but lost the ball when hit by the defenders. St Marys then worked the ball down the field and the last tackle kick saw Jake Pickering's one handed attempt rebound for a Saints try and a final score of 32-24.
     
  17. footyfeverforever

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    RMC Prelim Finals Wrap

    http://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2017/09/16/wrap_ron_massey_cup_.html

    Preliminary Final #1 - Guildford Owls v Wentworthville Magpies

    The Wentworthville Magpies have recorded a commanding 38-8 victory over Guildford to earn themselves a place in next week’s Ron Massey Cup Grand Final.

    It was all one way traffic as the Magpies recorded five tries in the first half before holding Guildford try less until the closing stages of the contest in a clinical display.

    Classy halfback Jake Walsh was busy all afternoon with a hand in a host of tries while winger Jordan Martin capped off a strong performance with two first-half tries.

    Guildford got off to a strong start with an early set in the opposition 20 metres, and a penalty right in-front of the posts gifted them an easy two points after just 5 minutes of play.

    The Magpies were on the back-foot for a majority for the opening exchanges but took full advantage of their limited chances as fullback Jake Rafferty-Butfield barged his way over from close-range for the first try of the afternoon.

    Wentworthville were threatening with some well executed backline movements but the Guildford defence held strong, but it wasn’t long before the Magpies extended their lead after Jake Walsh put his centre Joshua Minhinnick on the outside of his counterpart with a perfectly timed pass before he offloaded to Jordan Martin for their second unanswered try.

    Rafferty-Butfield was unable to convert from the sideline as the Magpies took a 10-2 advantage after just 12 minutes.

    Guildford thought they had salvaged a much-needed try after Lazarus Brown darted through the Magpies defence before drawing the fullback for Shane Hunt to cross under the posts, however, the try was quickly over ruled after the touch judge ruled there was an obstruction in the play.

    The penalty proved costly for Guildford as the Magpies scored on the ensuing set, with Walsh kicking back on the inside, only the ball to ricochet off the posts and directly into the arms of Jack Morris for their third unanswered try.

    Brimming with confidence, the Magpies were rolling through the middle-third with some darting carries from their forward pack, and it eventually lead to another four-pointer as Danny Barakat scored in the left-hand corner to take a dominant 18-2 with just over five minutes to play in the first-half.

    Martin was able to cross for his second try just before half-time after some quick hands down the right-hand touchline saw the winger find some open space before he was able to bulldoze his way over the fullback for the Magpies fifth consecutive try.

    Rafferty-Butfield was unable to convert from the sideline with the Magpies taking a strong 22-2 at half-time.

    A mistake in Guildford’s first set-of-six saw the Magpies straight onto he attack in the hope of extending their lead, and they wasted little time as Jordan Martin ducked his way over from dummy-half right under the posts.

    Matt Ryan was sent to the sin-bin for ill-discipline in a major blow for Guildford who were battling to get back into he contest, but were able to valiantly force an error on the immediate set-of-six.

    Despite some strong defensive efforts from Guildford, the one-man advantage eventually proved costly as Taniela Lasalo busted his way through some flimsy defence for their seventh successive try.

    The Magpies were playing with an array of confidence as they continued to play an attacking style of football while also putting in some committed defensive efforts, and Rhys Armstrong was the recipient of some great lead up play with the ball somehow staying in the field of play for their final four pointer.

    Despite Guildford trailing on the scoreboard they continued to fight hard as they were desperately looking to score their first four-pointer, and it was Brown who made the breakthrough after he sliced through the Magpies defence for a consolation try.

    Jaydn Field looked to have scored another consolation try after supporting Matt Ryan’s burst up the middle-third of the field, but was unable to plant the ball down after some gutsy cover defence knocked the ball out of his hands.

    The last ditch play would have no impact on the result, however, with the Magpies recording a 38-8 thumping over Guildford to earn themselves a spot in the Ron Massey Cup Grand Final.

    Wentworthville Magpies 38 (J Martin 2, J Tangitau, J Rafferty-Butfield, J Morris, D Barakat, T Lasalo, R Armstrong tries; J Walsh 2, J Rafferty-Butfield goals) def Guildford Owls 8 (L Brown try; J Camroux 2 goals)

    Preliminary Final #2 - Auburn Warriors v St Marys Saints

    The Auburn Warriors have recorded a remarkable upset victory over St Marys with a commanding 31-12 victory at Lidcombe Oval on Saturday afternoon.

    Despite St Marys boasting the best attacking and defensive record throughout 2017, they were beaten in all assets across the park with Auburn putting in a clinical attacking display.

    Auburn Warriors were the first team on the scoreboard as Addison Demetriou showed great strength to burst through some flimsy defence for his sides first try of the afternoon.

    It was a hard-fought contest throughout the opening 20 minutes with both sides unable to come away with a breakthrough, but the Warriors eventually took advantage as Rabieh El-Zbaieh was on the end of a smart grubber from fullback Omar Slaimankhel for Auburn’s second unanswered try.

    Manaia Rudolph was unable to convert from the sideline to take a 10-0 lead after 25 minutes.

    Despite a tough opening to the first-half, the Warriors were brimming with confidence following their second try and Rudolph extended his teams lead after showing brilliant speed to burst through the defence and evade the fullback for two tries in quick succession.

    Rudolph continued to dominate throughout the closing stages of the first-half and it was capped off with the classy halfback scoring again when he regathered his own grubber after it ricocheted off the goal-post.

    Rudolph converted his own try to take a 22-0 lead with just five minutes to go in the first-half.

    The final few minutes were fuelled with some heated exchanges from both sides which saw Warriors hooker Jamie Clark sent to the sin-bin, but it would do no damage to the scoreboard with the Warriors holding onto their dominant lead.

    The Warriors came out with a point to prove after being reduced to 12 men, but the one-man advantage did them no harm as David Minute scored straight after half-time to give them a commanding lead.

    Auburn were mounting a heap off pressure on their opposition goal-line but St Marys were able to withstand the wave of momentum, and a penalty right in front of the goal-posts was too good to refuse with Rudolph taking the two points to take a 30-0 with half-an-hour remaining in the contest.

    Manaia Rudolph put the icing on the cake with a calmly struck field goal with just 10 minutes remaining, and despite their relentless defensive efforts throughout the entire contest Guildford were able to snake two consolation tries through Veta Lilomaiava.

    The Warriors were unable to extend their lead but eventually held onto to record an impressive upset victory over the minor premiers 31-12 to take their place in next week’s grand final.

    Auburn Warriors 31 (M Rudolph 2, A Demetriou, R El-Zbadieh, D Minute tries; M Rudolph 5 goals; M Rudolph field goal) def St Marys 12
     
  18. footyfeverforever

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    SS Prelim Finals Wrap

    http://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2017/09/16/wrap_sydney_shield_f.html

    Preliminary Final - Wentworthville Magpies v Mounties
    The Mounties have stormed into the Sydney Shield Grand Final after recording a remarkable 34-25 victory over a valiant Wentworthville Magpies outfit at Lidcombe Oval on Saturday afternoon.

    The Magpies got off to a blitzing start as they recorded three unanswered tries in the opening 30 minutes before a late field goal saw them take a strong 19-0 stranglehold at half-time, however their lead was short-lived as the Mounties come out firing in the second 40 to eventually come away with an incredible come-from-behind victory.

    Mounties went on the attack early as they looked prime for the perfect start, but despite some threatening raids down the right-hand side the Magpies held them out with some strong defensive efforts.

    Wentworthville soon reaped the rewards after laying a strong platform with some physical tackles as back-rower Jack Miller burst through a gaping hole before showing great speed to evade the fullback and score the first try of the afternoon.

    Magpies’ forwards were getting through a mountain of work in the early exchanges as they gained significant momentum, and it wasn’t long before they extended their lead with winger Rameses Tuipulotu streaking down the right-hand touchline for their second unanswered try.

    Kamren Cryer was unable to convert and the Magpies held a handy 8-0 lead after just 10 minutes.

    The minor premiers were unable to withstand the Magpies early dominance with a heap or pressure mounting not their goal-line defence but were able to hold out a vast array of attacking raids.

    Despite the Mounties valiant defensive efforts, it was Magpies winger Hala Katoa who broke the game open with two tries in as many minutes - including a brilliant 70 metre bust down the left-hand touchline after brushing off a host of defenders.

    Brendon Newtown took over the kicking duties, converting one of two from the sideline to take an 18-0 advantage after 30 minutes of play.

    Despite a stronger showing from the Mounties in the later stages of the first-half, Newtown nailed a last-minute field goal as the Magpies went into the break with a strong 19-0 lead.

    The Mounties would come out firing with an early try to crafty halfback Jake Steadman, and with a wave of momentum behind them they were able to cross again through Benjamin Dooley in the left-hand corner.

    Steadman was able to convert both four-pointers from the sideline to reduce the lead to just seven points at the 50-minute mark.

    With Mounties throughout the opening stages of the second 40 minutes with their forwards laying a strong platform for their outside backs, fullback Maile Li took full advantage as he crossed for their third unanswered try within 13 minutes.

    Despite a flurry of tries and the margin reduced to just one-point, the Magpies were able to hit-back with a try to Jermaine Mati-Leifi just three minutes later.

    The second-half certainly proved to be a tug-of-war contest as both teams were desperately trying to find the breakthrough try, and it was Mounties’ Damon Smith who barged his way over from dummy-half for a vital four-pointer with just 15 minutes remaining.

    Steadman was unable to convert with the Magpies holding onto a slight three-point advantage as the hotly fought contest moved into the final stages.

    The Mounties were brimming with confidence as they quickly stormed up into enemy territory with classy five-eighth Logan Geyer pounced on a loose ball from a scoring cross-field kick to score the crucial try to put them into the lead for the first time this afternoon.

    Steadman once again nailed the sideline conversion to set a valuable three-point lead as the last 10 minutes approached.

    It turned out to be an incredibly exciting contest as barnstorming forward Jack Miller looked to make a clean break in the closing stages before offloading to a scrambling Mounties defender, and it proved a costly mistake as Kenny Soumpholphakdy stormed his way through to seal a remarkable 34-25 come-from-behind victory over the Magpies.

    Mounties 34 (J Steadman, B Dooley, M Li, D Smith, L Geyer, K Soumpholphakdy tries; J Steadman 5 goals) def Wentworthville Magpies 25 (H Katoa 2, J Miller, R Tuipulotu, J Mati-Leifi tries; B Newton 3 goals)

    Preliminary Final #2 - Asquith Magpies v Auburn Warriors
    St Marys will take on Mounties in the Sydney Shield Grand Final after a hard-fought 32-24 victory over a gutsy Asquith Magpies outfit at Lidcombe Oval on Saturday afternoon.

    Asquith got off to a flyer with a quick right-to-left shift seeing winger Arisento Bou-Sleiman cross for their first try of the game, and their momentum couldn’t be stopped as Jake Pickering soon crossed for their second try within the first 10 minutes.

    Both teams were willing to throw the ball around and despite two quick tries from the Magpies, St Marys hit back shortly after with Peter Nay barging his way over from dummy-half.

    Magpies winger Alex Nicholls-O’Neill was the recipient of a floating long ball that saw him score their third unanswered try in the left-hand corner only for the touch judge to rule the pass forward.

    St Marys were looking for a valuable four-pointer with an attacking raid on the ensuing set threatening the Magpies goal-line defence and it was Nay who found the gap once again with a carbon-copy from his first-pointer of the contest

    Aidan Glanville converted to take a 12-8 lead after 20 minutes.

    St Marys were dominating field position with the likes of Taylor McCann and Ben Cartwright making some strong carries through the middle third, and it centre Robert Via took full advantage as he showed his brutal strength to crash over in the right-hand corner.

    Just when St Marys five-eighth Aidan Glanville looked to score his team’s fourth, a try-saving tackle proved to be significant in the lead-up to Bou-Sleimans second try as he raced 70 metres on the ensuing set for a brilliant solo try.

    Jarvis converted from in-front to put the Magpies within two points with just under 10 minutes remaining in the first-half.

    Despite some last minute attempts from both sides to salve as a try it was St Marys who held onto a 16-14 lead at half-time.

    It was a hotly contested opening to the second-half and Nicholls-O’Neill looked to have scored a vital four-pointer but was ruled to knock the ball on.

    It soon became a tug-of-war contest and Asquith looked to have taken advantage of an opportunity from a knock-on off a kick-return but had the ball intercepted immediately after.

    Bou-Sleiman continued to cause havoc for the defence and it wasn’t long before he found the try-line after he brushed off a host of defenders and sprinted away for his third try of the afternoon.

    Jarvis was unable to convert as Asquith took a slight two-point advantage after 55 minutes.

    The Magpies’ lead was short-lived, with St Marys capitalising immediately after with Mitchell Revell providing significant impact from the bench with a try to take his side to the lead, before winger Justin Jones was on the end of another attacking raid to extend St Marys margin to eight points with just 20 minutes remaining.

    The Magpies were willing to throw everything they had in the closing stages and just three minute after conceding their with try, Bou-Sleiman was again involved with some quick hands sending Shae Jarvis under the posts to set up an exciting final 15 minutes.

    Asquith were threatening for the crucial game changing try and barnstorming lock-forward Alipati Tani looked to have crossed for the match-winner with a strong carry over the try-line but knocked the ball on in the process.

    Just moments later, Peter Nay capped off a brilliant individual performance after he pounced on a loose ball to score the match-sealing try that sent St Marys into next week’s Grand Final, rounding off a gutsy 32-24 victory.

    St Marys 32 (P Nay 3, R Vai, M Revell, J Jones tries; A Glanville 4 goals) def Asquith Magpies 24 (A Bou-Sleiman 3, J Pickering, S Jarvis tries; S Jarvis 2 goals)
     
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    GRAND FINAL BROADCAST DETAILS
    http://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2017/09/13/nswrl_finals_covered.html

    Sunday 24 September at Leichhardt Oval
    Sydney Shield: 12pm (NSWRL.com.au and NSWRL Facebook)
    Ron Massey Cup: 2:10pm (NSWRL.com.au and NSWRL Facebook)
    Harvey Norman Women's Premiership: 4:20pm (NSWRL.com.au and NSWRL Facebook)
    ISP NSW: 6:45pm (Fox League)

    Please note the 2017 NSWRL Finals Series broadcast times and details are subject to change

    For all the latest on the NSWRL’s live-streaming commitment and FOX League’s coverage of the Intrust Super Premiership NSW Finals Series, as well as the latest on the NSWRL’s competitions, stay locked on www.NSWRL.com.au.
     
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    Family Fun at 2017 Grand Finals - NSWRL
    http://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2017/09/15/_2017_nswrl_grand_fi.html


    Grand Final Day is the biggest day on the New South Wales Rugby League’s calendar – and you can attend this historic day, featuring fun for the whole family, at budget-beating prices!

    NSWRL’s Grand Final Day is on Sunday 24 September at Leichhardt Oval, featuring four epic battles for the Intrust Super Premiership NSW, Ron Massey Cup, Sydney Shield and Harvey Norman Women’s Premiership trophies.

    And the festival of Grand Final football also features plenty of fun off the field, with a DJ, jumping castle, face painting and petting zoo sure to entertain fans young and old!

    Tickets to the four-match feast of football are just $10 for adults, with kids under 12 free! Tickets are available at the gate, so get there early to witness Rugby League history.

    Gates open at 11:45, with kick-off for the first grand final, the Sydney Shield, at 12pm.

    Sunday 24 September at Leichhardt Oval
    Sydney Shield: 12pm (NSWRL.com.au and NSWRL Facebook)
    Ron Massey Cup: 2:10pm (NSWRL.com.au and NSWRL Facebook)
    Harvey Norman Women's Premiership: 4:20pm (NSWRL.com.au and NSWRL Facebook)
    ISP NSW: 6:45pm (Fox League)

    Don’t miss a moment of the action in the lead-up to the NSWRL Grand Finals Day, with NSWRL recently announcing fans can enjoy a feast of finals footy through Fox League coverage and more live streaming than ever in the lead-up to the deciders.

    Please note the 2017 NSWRL Finals Series broadcast times and details are subject to change

    For all the latest on the NSWRL’s live-streaming commitment and FOX League’s coverage of the Intrust Super Premiership NSW Finals Series, as well as the latest on the NSWRL’s competitions, stay locked on www.NSWRL.com.au.
     

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