2018 NSWRL Senior Comps - ISP, Flegg, RMC, Shield

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  1. Timmah

    Timmah LeagueUnlimited News Editor Staff Member

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    Tipping Moorebank to Bradbury it with Saints and East Cambo falling over in Week 1 in Shield.

    RMC could be anything.
     
  2. imgunawin72

    imgunawin72 Juniors

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    I watched the first half of blacktown v guildord RMC last week, they looked good. I think they’re a good chance of beating st marys this weekend
     
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    Thoughts on the Saints Half Lazarus Brown? was great in finals last year for Guildford seems this finals his slipping off making error after error with his decisions and timing
     
  4. imgunawin72

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    I didn’t see the st marys game last week, so not sure about him. But I was told their other half- jake toby missed a couple of tackles that led to tries n was hooked by the coach.
     
  5. rightleftin

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    East Campbelltown looked a lot more like minor premiers today when they crushed Asquith 38-4. Asquith were ordinary and contained only 5 of the 17 players that beat East Campbelltown in round 1.

    In RMC, Mounties were better positioned than last week with the return of Daniel Roberts, Omar Slaimankhel, Maile Li and Jarrett Boland and were first to strike but a Glebe Burwood blitz over the next 20 minutes that resulted in an 18-6 lead gave the dirty reds the ascendancy. Ioelu scored for Mounties to make it 18-10 at the break. Play went back and forth for 25 minutes before Omar S set up Martin in the corner to open up the game but GB held firm and closed out with a penalty to Ryan King, who was outstanding. This sets up another clash with Wenty, who have won 2 very close games against GB this season.
     
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    Glebe-Burwood and Wenty have played two very high quality matches this season and I’m sure next weekend will be no different. Thought Penani Manumalealii was strong today in the absence of the other half Jesse Marschke who got called up Into the Newtown side, and Addison Demetriou was outstanding in the centres.
     
  7. imgunawin72

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    St Mary's or Guildford in the SS today?????
     
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    Guildford won 34-26. Tonga U/20 rugby 5/8 Netane Masima, back in the side after a few games in RMC, scored a hat trick as well as kicking the goals.
     
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    In RMC St Marys have beaten Blacktown 28-16 after the scores were locked 16-16 with 15 minutes left. Alan Fitzgibbon scored a hattrick for St Marys.
     
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    Upset of the year.
    Guildford have hit some form in the past month,while St Marys have done the opposite.
     
  11. MountainMan

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    The Eagles have been missing a couple of key players which returned yesterday by the looks of it.
    Will be very interesting to see who gets the W in the Moorebank ECE game.
     
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    Any predictions for this weekends RMC and SS games?
    I reckon cabra and wenty will win in RMC and Moore bank to beat Campbelltown
     
  13. Butts74

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    Moorebank should be able to beat east Campbeltown they have beaten them this year besides with the other top teams that they have beaten. I also think Guildford could come through with a win against wenty. RMC cabra should do saints , they haven’t looked like a team with purpose in the last couple of weeks. But that’s could all change come the weekend, The wenty and Glebe game will be good. Should be close but wenty by a couple I’m tipping.
     
  14. Footy Tragic

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    How would it be a Bradbury, haven't Moorebank beaten the other final 4 teams in each of their last matches? From what I've seen I'd say they are the form team and deserve to be favourites. They don't need the others to fall.
     
  15. rightleftin

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    Moorebank are a team of contrasting performances. They have beaten all the top sides but are the only team to lose to Brothers. They will have played 3 games in the 6 weeks leading to Saturday and one of those was a loss to a very weak Blacktown team, so which Moorebank team will turn up?

    It could be a Bradbury as the Bradbury Inn is the home base of East Campbelltown.
     
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    Fair point
     
  17. Timmah

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    More of a reference to the fact that the top couple of teams seem to have stumbled late in the season and Moorebank were near the bottom of the table in the opening month or two
     
  18. imgunawin72

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    Yep 4 good games , should be interesting
     
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    With the Grand Finals next week, I thought I might post past results and teams. Here is the Metro Cup GF's 1990-95. More to come over the next week.

    1990

    Ryde Eastwood 19

    Brad Wilson, Noel Mancuso, Brian Goodsir, Lee Naligalagi, John Monty, Mick Campbell, Clayton Friend, Olsen Filipaina, John Owens, Graham Pearce, Henry Nemaz, Max Semrani, Paul Akkary

    Reserves: Kevin Denton, Luke Simmons, Tony Barnes, Matt Steele

    Hills District 6

    Shane Ferguson, Matt Flint, Russ Mooney, Luke Thomas, Mark Hawley, Trevor McCaffery, Mark Donkin, Andrew McCaffery, Paul Mulherin, Cameron McInness, Bill Guard, Mark Townsend, Tony Dennis

    Reserves: Peter Heath, Greg Harris, Dave Martin, Bruce Martin


    Reserve grade: Bankstown Greyhounds 20 Guildford 12


    1991

    Guildford 21

    Darren Cook, Andrew Foster, Brett Longville, Lee Naligilagi, Garry Edwards, Stuart Raper, Darren Hammond, Darren Stevens, David Burns, Todd Hinkley, Peter Mariani, Grant Muscat, Wayne Moody.

    Reserves: Bill McAskill, Sam Rinaldi

    Ryde Eastwood 6

    Gavin Furner, Noel Mancuso, Scott Hayne, Peter Davies, Brian Goodsir, Peter Camroux, Andrew Devlin, Wayne Binskin, Peter Mayoh, John Owens, Dean Mackie, Allen Salisbury, Grant Ellis

    Reserves: Henry Nemaz, Brad Wilson


    Reserve grade: Ryde Eastwood 10 Guildford 3


    1992

    Newtown 30

    Craig Shaw, Tim Blasczak, Craig George, Peter Baumgart, Bal Dhadlie, Darryl Neville, Barry Russell, Tony Catton, Fred Teasdell, Terry Dolling, Brendan Mooney, Barry Mulquin, Shane Kelly

    Reserves: Jeff Withers, David Nye, Brett Taper, Mark Speechley

    Wenty 18

    Mark O’Brien, Katan Abdul Wahab, David Black, Steve Antonelli, Eden Hughes, Craig Stedman, Steve Edwards, Darren Seymour, John Cogger, John Mathers, Jim Stafford, Ernie Garland, Mark Clinton, Paul Buchanan

    Reserves: Michael Gillett, Shane Whitton, Darren Borthwick, Danny Rodic


    Reserve grade: Guildford 26 St Marys 8


    1993

    St Marys 30

    Brett Wheelhouse, Brian Rodereda, Jarrod Reardon, Mick Shepherd, Peter Haines, Steve Robinson, Darren South, Ron Coskerie, Rod McNeil, Andy Mack, Dave Moffatt, Dom Coluccio, Mick Lentfer

    Reserves: Eddie Petro, Ernie Garland, Steve Antonelli, Dom Calarco

    Ryde Eastwood 10

    Marc Webber, Dave Ebeling, Matt Carter, Gary Versteeg, Mick Reilly, Peter Camroux, Paul Jarvis, Mick Smith, Paul Noldt, Steve Pickett, Brendan Hockey, Grant Raper, Matt Steele

    Reserves: Mick Conna, Craig McKeough


    Reserve grade: Ryde Eastwood 19 Newtown 14


    1994

    St Marys 32

    Gavin Docherty, Brian Rodereda, Reece Webb, Mick Shepherd, Jarrod Reardon, Steve Robinson, Darren South, Ron Coskerie, Dom Calarco, Andy Mack, Dave Moffatt, Dom Coluccio, Val Debono

    Reserves: Rod McNeil

    Hills District 14

    Selwyn Brown, Greg Bright, Richard Korn, Mark Steinwede, Brett Hyde, Mark Rudd, Martin Seal, Andrew Mitchell, Bill Danawe, Paul Mulherin, Darren Tuite, Paul Griffin

    Reserves: Paul James, Mick Smith, Scott Hudson


    Reserve grade: Ryde Eastwood 19 St Marys 8


    1995

    Newtown 26

    Craig Shaw, Duane Roberts, Jason Evans, Greg Jordan, Tim Blasczak, Steve Benkic, Trevor Schodel, Paul Danes, Gavin Orr, Tony Catton, Brendan Mooney, Scott Fleming, Ian Rubin

    Reserves: Chris Culbert, Terry Dolling, Peter Baumgart, Brett Taper

    Wenty 8

    Danny Atkinson, Paul Dunne, Grant Izzard, Richard Korn, Chris Hartley, Brett Cook, Danny Mamo, Sonny Sueala, Mick Greenaway, Ian McCann, Gavin Catanach, Aaron McLean, Shane Boyd

    Reserves: Adam Doyle, Simon Chappell, Bill Greentree, Shane Whitton


    Reserve grade: St Marys 20 Newtown 16
     
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    East Campbelltown are the first team through to the SS GF with a 24-20 win over Moorebank. There were 4 tries to each team but Sean Connor kicked all 4 attempts whereas the Rams got 2 from 5.
     

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