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2017 SG Ball / Harold Matts Junior Rep News

Jacco

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2017 Sydney Roosters SG Ball Cup Summer Training Squad


1. Awatere Kiawere
2. Bailey Bentley-Hape
3. Beau Mackey
4. Ben Handley
5. Brooklyn Hardaker
6. Cameron Hall
7. Casey Edmonds
8. Charlie Poche
9. Cooper Godbrey.
10. Dejzha Pene
11. Duwayne Fuimaono
12. Eden Rogers-Smith
13. Egan Butcher
14. Ethan O'Neill
15. Ethan Quai-Ward
16. Felly McHughes
17. Fletcher Watson
18. Harrison Smith
19. Ibrahim Srour
20. Isiah Conway
21. Jayden Slater
22. Jake Hazzard
23. Jake Kambos
24. Jonah Theyers
25. JT Anae.
26. Julian Zissis
27. Kyle Lowe
28. Lachlan Goalsby.
29. Liam Cornish
30. Liam Mock
31. Lincoln Stewart
32. Luca Moretti
33. Manu Matoka
34. Matthew Dive
35. Max Towns
36. McKenzie Baker
37. Miracle Lemalu
38. Mote Tamoua.
39. Nameen Eustace
40. Oli Tamoua.
41. Peter Beetham
42. Phillip Makatoa
43. Rahiri Leach
44. Robert Afu
45. Ryan Power
46. Samuel Lilomaiava
47. Shannon Gardiner
48. Sione Fakutaolo
49. Tadgh Murphy
50. Taine Mataiongo
51. Trinity-Taki Cecil-Hamiora
52. Tukini Jeannot
53. Tyrell Neiufi.
54. Zach Brooks
 
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Jacco

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2017 Bulldogs SG Ball Cup Summer Squad

  1. Adam Hamawi
  2. Alex Potifara
  3. Ali Saad
  4. Amosa Manu
  5. Ben Sapati
  6. Brandon Wakeham
  7. Daymon Abbey
  8. Dorian Yarak
  9. Evander Swann
  10. Fono Ahsam
  11. Harrison Teritaiti
  12. Hugo Traino
  13. Jack Ryan
  14. Jacob Winterstein
  15. Jake Averillo
  16. John Ryan
  17. Jonathon Langi
  18. Jordan Main
  19. Josh Wilkinson
  20. Kili Mauva
  21. Koli Saukuru
  22. Lachlan Talau
  23. Logen Dillon
  24. Maurice Salei
  25. Michael Fahd
  26. Mosese Afemui
  27. Owen Moefili
  28. Pesamino Pasina
  29. Pule Sua
  30. Ryan Gray
  31. Soane Matavesi
  32. Sosaia Talivakaola
  33. Terence Toomata
  34. Thomas Anderson
  35. Thomas Ratu
  36. Tommy Talau
  37. Tui Katoa
  38. Zac Hetherington
  39. Zac Saddler
 

Jacco

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2017 Parramatta SG Ball Cup Summer Squad

1. Tyler Tuigamala
2. Aasaeli Vuicakau
3. Jordan Hirini.
4. Kytak Chan
5. William Kei
6. Taufa Afu
7. Dane Oostendorp
8. Dennis Matia
9. JP Nohra.
10. Cliff Lea'Aetoa
11. Miracle Lemalu
12. Dylan Brown
13. Joe Taipari.
14. Hyrum Wichmann
15. Ronan King
16. Alex Seve
17. Dallas Paterson
18. Kyle Schneider
19. Vea Tapa'atoutai
20. Luke Sommerton.
21. Matt Doorey.
22. Jarrod Spicer
23. Kyle Cassel
24. Charbel Tasipale.
25. Rico Aliva.
26. Zach Tuala
27. Peter Tevaga
28. Arthur Melhem
29. Josh Uta
30. Jesse Cronin
31. Valance Harris
32. Harry Duggan
33. PJ Vaigalu
34. Dallas King
35. Uellington Seve
36. Stefano Utiokamanu
37. Bruce Wakeling
38. George Tangi
39. Jayden Yates
40. Fontene Papali
41. Brayden Daly
42. Jayden Tanner
43. Joshua Boumelhem
44. Mark Tepu Smith
45. Arthur Tupou
 
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In todays trial the Central Coast Centurians Harold Matts defeated the Sydney Roosters 7 tries to 2 (4 × 20 mins) and the Central Coast S.G.Ball also had a strong win over the Roosters at Morry Breen Oval.
The Central Coasts Matts have a very competitive squad despite eight players Bradman Best (Woy Woy), John Connolly (Ourimbah), Riley Meyn (Ourimbah), Ben Olson (Ourimbah), Jaron Purcell (Wyong), Ricky Blake (Wyong), Mallie J Townsend (Wyong) and Tom Stewart (Berkeley Vale) being with Newcastle and Keegan Turner (Ourimbah) with Manly.
The Centurians next trials are against South Sydney at Erskinville Oval on January 14 and then Western Sydney Academy at St Marys on January 28.
 
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Agree with you Ourimbah Magpie

Centurions Harold Matthews cup team were very good & there were some standouts that impressed. I think the Centurions Harold Matthews Cup team will be very competitive.
Ashame the Coast have lost so many players to the knights.
But I guess its giving other kids an opportunity to play

As for the SG Ball game, the standard was very ordinary but I was told the Roosters didn't play a lot of there boys who are certain to make the squad, the only Roosters boys that played are the ones fighting for selection, I personally know 8 SG Ball Rooster players that didn't play today.
 
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Timmah

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All NSWRL draws are expected next week from ISP down to Ball & Matts.

Can confirm the structure is *almost* identical to last season, with just SWSAS dropping out which means one less team in Matts.

The draw will be moving to a 2 year cycle (this being year one), with the idea being that each team plays the other teams once across 2017 and 2018. Due to the uneven draw there still might be occasions where a team plays another twice in the same season though.

9 rounds this year, obviously only a national final in Ball (vs Meninga) as QLD's Connell Cup has been shitcanned.

The Tarsha Gale 9's womens comp will run alongside Matts & Ball also - 9 teams (CAN CBY CRO ILL PAR PEN SOU WST). Strangely it's a top 8 finals format though lol
 

Tigers1986

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All NSWRL draws are expected next week from ISP down to Ball & Matts.

Can confirm the structure is *almost* identical to last season, with just SWSAS dropping out which means one less team in Matts.

The draw will be moving to a 2 year cycle (this being year one), with the idea being that each team plays the other teams once across 2017 and 2018. Due to the uneven draw there still might be occasions where a team plays another twice in the same season though.

9 rounds this year, obviously only a national final in Ball (vs Meninga) as QLD's Connell Cup has been shitcanned.

The Tarsha Gale 9's womens comp will run alongside Matts & Ball also - 9 teams (CAN CBY CRO ILL PAR PEN SOU WST). Strangely it's a top 8 finals format though lol

Good to hear. It's a shame they take so long to organise them though.

Then it'd work exactly like the SG Ball competition with one team getting a bye each week. Maybe they'd think of moving to a pool based system, say of 8 teams, playing 7 games within their pool + 1/2 from the other pool. Take the top 4 from each pool and have them contest the finals.

What isn't being dumped in Queensland lol. That's a shame as it was good for the 16's to get a national championship experience.
 

Timmah

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Given the size of the comp but the shortness of the schedule, pooling might not be such a bad idea.

But then you'd probably get screams of disapproval from the teams scheduled in the Pirates pool as they wear travel costs but those in the other pool don't. Plenty of logistics to suss out
 

KAB

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I have heard the central coast centurions are no longer they have changed their name to the Central Coast Roosters. is this true. Would it be time for the CRL to off load the Central Coast side and sort out the bush footy, are they keeping people in jobs that are doing damage to the game to better themselves.
 

siv

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I have heard the central coast centurions are no longer they have changed their name to the Central Coast Roosters. is this true. Would it be time for the CRL to off load the Central Coast side and sort out the bush footy, are they keeping people in jobs that are doing damage to the game to better themselves.
If true

Are Easts still running their U18s and U16s ?
 
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