Discussion in 'NSWRL Competitions' started by Timmah, Oct 9, 2018.
Cabra 12 Wests 4
Wenty 30 Blacktown 24
Hills 28 Glebe Burwood 4
Mounties 36 Guildford 10
Asquith 22 Brothers 16
Cabra made it 4 wins from 5 games, Mounties were far too good for Guildford. Matt Ryan returned today but Guildford need to get Reardon, Lewis and McKeown back on the field if they are to progress much further but then again most teams are carrying injury lists - in particular, Glebe Burwood, which today fielded a side with many that have been regulars for University this year. 5 second half tries by Hills meant that they have moved themselves back out of the bottom 3 teams. Asquith had to fight all the way to put away Brothers.
No SS games today to ensure that the clubs do not play each other twice.
Brothers are having a major clean out at the end of the year.
New Massey coach for next season
Jok Dokonivalu & Arthur Crichton have been signed by St Marys, apparently St Marys dangled the old carrot of the chance to train with Penrith's NSW Cup squad.
Zacchues Chong-Nee and Penita Tuavao have signed with Hills
Hearing Brendon Waters maybe at Windsor
No one wants to play for the new coach. Windsor have approached 400 players in the hope 10% are silly enough to sign. Most of the players in their A Grade team from 2018 are still owed money.
Brothers or Windsor? Who is Brothers new coach?
Who is coaching at windsor next year?
Sydney shield - Dan Jackson
RMC - Luke Deller
Ok I thought brad Prior was returning to windsor next year?
It’s great to see brothers and Windsor and st Marys all in the local district in this competition. I have followed all clubs for a very long time and great to see more kids have pathways to our local team the mighty panthers.
The league is getting greater with the likes of Brad drew and Luke Swane being involved before they moved on to better things and el Ford coming down to coach. The team the have now should really win this competition if the coach gets the team he wants and has his say.
Up the mighty panthers
Oh and to introduce Myself hi all I’m Todd from Leonay. Involved in Our great game a lot of years and memories at Penrith park decided to find local page to follow
Is he a 5th brother from the Pommy family?
HaHa. Actually he was SS coach at Mounties in 2016/17.
It sounds like you are a St Marys boy
Me too, is that not the case?
At this stage there has been no announcement made by windsor so we’ll have to wait n see.
I would be very surprised if brad prior is going to sponsor the club if he’s not massey coach.
Oh ok then, thank you mate for that.
Is he a good coach ?
Not too sure, all I know is he is a windsor local and coached windsor massey 3 years ago. He and his father were sponsoring the club. When windsor gave the massy coaching job to brent kite he left and went to blacktown.
What is going on at Asquith? 1 win in 6 weeks. Pantherman tells us its a happier place than the North Pole, is that still the case? Or are the wheels falling off? I hope not
St Marys 42 Wests 32
Wenty 64 Brothers 4
Hills 40 Asquith 16
Hills pulled off an upset with a very impressive performance, with Lestrange dominating the ruck and the Bulls players producing offload after offload. Hills have lost 7 games by 8 points or less this season, but they showed today that they are hard to stop on that rare occasion that they put it all together.
Wenty 32 Brothers 14
Asquith 38 Hills 36
This game went try for try even after Hills lost playmaker Masima, back after a stint in 1st grade rugby union, to a serious injury in the first half. The Bulls have recovered quickly from their 94-4 flogging by Moorebank a few weeks ago.
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