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PostPosted: August 31, 2017, 7:13 pm
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PostPosted: September 3, 2017, 1:15 pm
Welcome to our coverage of today's NSW Premiership Final Week 1 clash between Mounties and Illawarra.

Mounties (5) v Illawarra (8) – Elimination Final
UOW Jubilee Oval, Sunday 3 September
2pm

As far as first-week elimination finals go, it doesn’t get much bigger. Mounties and Illawarra, grand final combatants in 2016, face off once again with one team to be sent packing from the Intrust Super Premiership NSW Finals race.

Mounties’ six-week form is a pass mark with three wins in that period, including their best win of the season in a 51-10 thrashing of Wyong in Round 20. Illawarra have won just twice in that time, most recently coming away with a draw against the Bulldogs to secure their place in the finals, and have been victorious just once in their three games at UOW Jubilee Oval this year.

Mounties have a particularly strong pack boasting the likes of Royce Hunt, Liam Knight and Team of the Year selection Scott Sorensen, while Illawarra’s Hind, Jacob Host, Luciano Leilua, Will Matthews and former Mounties prop Rhys Kennedy are also that side’s strength. This battle will obviously go a long way to determining whose season is over at around 4pm on Sunday afternoon, while the battle between playmaking fullbacks Lachlan Croker (Mounties) and Jai Field (Illawarra) will also be an intriguing one.

Read more: http://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2017/09/01 ... s_v_i.html

You can watch a live stream here: http://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2017/09/01 ... _nsw_.html

And listen to on line radio here: http://www.steelesports.com.au

This post will update with progress scores.

Here are the final team line ups:

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FIRST HALF

4th min TRY MOUNTIES to Bill Cullen near the posts. Set up by a short ball from Makahesi Makatoa. Converted Maurice Kennedy. Mounties 6-0

26th min TRY MOUNTIES To Michael Oldfield out wide, try assist for fullback Lachlan Croker sweeping. Maurice Kennedy converts. Mounties 12-0

34th min TRY ILLAWARRA to Jai Field, found space out wide. It's off the back of a penalty. Field converts his own try. Mounties 12-6 Mounties should lead by more given the possession.

37th min TRY ILLAWARRA to Tane Mil e. It's a little soft. Again it's off the back of a penalty, Sam Duggan placed on report for a late tackle on the kicker. No conversion. Mounties 12-10

39th min TRY ILLAWARRA to Sam Clune. Jai Field cuts them up again, makes the break and sets up the try. Terrible five minutes for Mounties. Field converts. Illawarra 16-12

HALF TIME

Illawarra 16
Mounties 12

SECOND HALF

43rd min PENALTY GOAL ILLAWARRA to Jai Field. Illawarra 18-13

46th min TRY ILLAWARRA to Kerr following a kick through from Payne. Field converts. Illawarra 24-12

53rd min TRY MOUNTIES to Yileen Gordon. Illawarra 24-16

57th min TRY MOUNTIES to Scott Sorensen. Bullocking run close to the line. Kennedy converts. Illawarra 24-22

66th min TRY MOUNTIES to Michael Oldfield. Mounties 26-24

79th min TRY ILLAWARRA to Jai Field, 65 metre try. That's killed Mounties season. Field converts. Illawarra 30-26

FULL TIME

Illawarra 30
Mounties 26
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PostPosted: September 3, 2017, 2:17 pm
Who's the half in 25?
well, I guess you could say that I'm buy curious.
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PostPosted: September 3, 2017, 2:17 pm
Sorry just saw the image above
well, I guess you could say that I'm buy curious.
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julian87 wrote:Who's the half in 25?


Erin Clark.


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PostPosted: September 3, 2017, 2:42 pm
Absolutely imploded the last 10
Minutes
well, I guess you could say that I'm buy curious.
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PostPosted: September 3, 2017, 3:22 pm
Old fields very good at this level.
well, I guess you could say that I'm buy curious.
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PostPosted: September 3, 2017, 3:36 pm
As pathetic as first grade
well, I guess you could say that I'm buy curious.
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PostPosted: September 3, 2017, 3:38 pm
Man threw that away with terrible low percentage plays. Did so well to get back into it and dominate in defence then threw it away with hero plays.
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Good luck finding someone who can do a job in first grade from that lot bar Oldfield and Knight IMO
well, I guess you could say that I'm buy curious.
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PostPosted: September 3, 2017, 3:44 pm
I thought hunt was pretty damaging too with some good post contact metres.
But knight is definitely the pick of the pack.
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PostPosted: September 3, 2017, 4:26 pm
MATCH REPORT: Mounties eliminated from finals race after last gasp Illawarra try

A Jai Field-inspired Illawarra side has overcome two deficits in a crazy game of Rugby League to eliminate Mounties in a 30-26 thriller.

Field scored a last minute try to steal the game from Mounties, but was instrumental for the entire contest, scoring two tries and setting up another to ensure Illawarra will take on the Canterbury Bulldogs next week.

Read more: http://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2017/09/03 ... _v_il.html
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That's a shame. They never really got going this year.
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PostPosted: September 10, 2017, 10:55 pm
Finals Week 2

Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 32 (B Abbey 2, T Phillips, T Carr, L Lewis tries; R Martin 6 goals) def Illawarra 14 (P Herbert, I Thompson, J Pereira tries; J Field goal)

Warriors 30 (Z Santo 2, M Allwood, A Hingano, B Faraimo tries; M Lino 4, J Pauga goals) def Newcastle Knights 6 (C Naughton try; N Meaney goal)
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PostPosted: September 12, 2017, 8:18 am
Glen Buttriss to captain/coach Cootamundra

Incoming Cootamundra captain-coach Glen Buttriss has picked up a helping hand. Aaron Byrne will assist Buttriss in 2018.

Byrne will bring plenty of experience to the role, after filling various leading positions with the club. The former Canberra Raiders utility will remain based in the nation’s capital next season.

Read more: http://www.cootamundraherald.com.au/sto ... otamundra/
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PostPosted: September 24, 2017, 11:44 am
Mounties playing the Sydney Shield Grand Final from noon against St Mary's.

You can see a live stream here: http://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2017/09/22 ... rl_gr.html

Or on the NSWRL Facebook.
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Sydney Shield Grand Final

St Mary's 22
Mounties 6

HALF TIME

Mounties minor premiers... though St Mary's finished on equal competition points.
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Sydney Shield Grand Final

St Mary's 34
Mounties 20

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PostPosted: September 26, 2017, 10:28 am
Mounties claim NSWRL Club Championship

Mounties have claimed their second consecutive NSWRL Club Championship for their impressive season in which all four senior teams reached the NSWRL Finals Series.

Read more: http://www.raiders.com.au/news/2017/09/ ... nswrl.html
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PostPosted: September 30, 2017, 11:00 am
Canberra Raiders Scott Sorensen named Mounties Player of the Year

Back rower Scott Sorensen has been named the Player of the Year by Canberra Raiders affiliate club, Mounties. Here are the winners:

Intrust Super Premiership NSW

Clive Edwards Memorial - Player of the Year - Scott Sorenson
Coaches Award - Alofi Mataele
Players Player - Sam Duggan

Mounties RLFC Senior Club Person of the Year - Danny Lancaster
Mounties Rising Star Award - Alec Susino
Terry Miller Cup - Leading Try Scorer - Jake Steadman - 22 Tries

Ron Massey Cup

Player of the Year - John Kennedy
Coaches Award - Matthew Whitehouse
Players Player - Topiese Taufa

Sydney Shield

Steve Ella Shield - Sydney Shield Best and Fairest - Michael Morris
Coaches Award - Damon Smith
Allan Taylor Shield Players Player - Brandon Raeli

NSW Women's

Best and Fairest - Simaima Taufa
Simaima also won the Dally M Award for Female Player of the Year, NSW and Jillaroos Player of the Year
Best Back - Janelle Williams
Best Forward - Sharnita Woodman
Coaches Award - Karol-Anne Tanevesi
Most Improved - Tiri Jai Green

Women's Division 2

Best and Fairest - Katerina Hinton
Coaches Award -Amber Xeureb
Most Improved -Deanne Allen
Best Back -Kiya Simons
Best Forward -Puafisi Uasike

C Grade

Best and Fairest - Lekendrick Masoe
Damien Nelson Award - Gabriel Papa
Most Improved - Bailey Steadman
Best Back - David Soakai
Best Forward - Steve Lemalu

Royce Hunt - Mounties player made his NRL debut for the Canberra Raiders in 2017

150 Game Player
Tere Glassie

50 Game Player
Steve Tavita
Glen Buttriss
Ben Chahoud
Jarrod Brakenhofer
Maurice Kennedy
John Kennedy
Michael Morris
Will Mataka
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PostPosted: October 14, 2017, 2:19 am
Mounties forward Alec Susino heads to Barrow

PAUL Crarey is excited by what he believes Alec Susino can bring to Barrow Raiders after the Italian international became the club's first new signing ahead of the 2018 Kingstone Press Championship season.

The prop has drawn some rave reviews from his performances with Canberra Raiders' feeder club Mount Pritchard Mounties in the Sydney Shield competition, where he won the club's rising star award and led the way in metres made and offloads this year.

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