Discussion in 'NSWRL Competitions' started by Timmah, Oct 9, 2018.
The moorebank team that got named to play SS are there any flegg boys playing in that ?
Which RMC / SS club are Souths sending their extra Flegg and NSW Cup players to?
There has been a number of posts here about the Souths players for playing for Hills:
For RMC - Yileen Gordon, Lachlan Walmsley, Lyndon Hills, Lucky Taavare, Dylan O'Connor, Tarquinn Butler, Mydon Ong
Also some flegg boys in SS.
Hills mate , that’s where there sending all their players to play SS and RMC
are we talking Cabra or Manly ?
He asked who the 2 staff who left Cabra for Manly were and unlike you I named them.
Sorry I misread it, I thought he asked who was the staff at Cabra. I am def getting too old ...
Who are the staff there that are helping now?
Wenty 60 Belrose 10
3 tries to Tyronne Shelley and Brendan Newton kicked 10 out of 10.
Not that it would have made much difference, but Belrose had just 3 days recovery having played Asquith on Sunday.
Wests 42 Guildford 24
Wests 2nd win means they are on track for their best season since 2016.
No wonder they have players leaving
Asquith officials will tell you if Peninsula didn't fold they wouldnt have had a team in Massey or Shield in 2017. They say Clark couldn't attract mosquitos in a swamp. He didnt last long at Blacktown either.
Mounties 18 Asquith 14
St Marys 50 Cabra 14
Mounties were looking dominant at 18-0 but Asquith made a game of it with a strong final quarter. Their first try came from a cross field kick but this was nothing special when compared with their last try when the final play in the set saw a cross field kick regathered and followed with a kick back to the opposite corner and Curtis Johnston flew above the Mounties defender and offloaded to Remfry. It is a pity that the NSWRL ceased providing highlights of these games after 1 round of last season.
4 of the players that played SS against Belrose last week were in RMC today while another played NSW Cup yesterday.
As expected St Marys gave Cabra a towelling. Unfortunately Cabra brought the start times forward 2 hours so it was not possible to watch both RMC games.
Cabra 24 St Marys 22
Cabra led 24-6 10 minutes into the 2nd half but it looks like St Marys stormed home.
Asquith on the back of an 8-2 penalty count at half time. Peanut put his whistle away in the 2nd half and let the teams play. Mounties first try came from a knock on two tackles earlier which all in sundry missed. Their third try on half time came from a forward pass. Could have been a different story. Asquith looked much better in the 2nd half. Mounties struggled to get past their 40 without the referees help.
Missed knock on, missed forward pass. Sounds like ref is gunning for a first grade gig
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