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PostPosted: September 6, 2015, 8:02 am
Wyong Roos are the Roosters NSW Cup side, they're very strong.
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Is Baptiste allowed to play for Mounties in the finals? Brenko?


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PostPosted: September 6, 2015, 8:38 am
greeneyed wrote:Wyong Roos are the Roosters NSW Cup side, they're very strong.


Nowhere near as strong as Mounties though from what I've seen this year, and strictly on paper.
well, I guess you could say that I'm buy curious.
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PostPosted: September 6, 2015, 9:26 am
The defence yesterday from Cronin and Barnett on Hurrell was 1st class., the defence all game was great from the whole side ,some real aggressive work. Well done Mounties and Steve Antonelli , you can see this team wants to play for Antonelli.!!!
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PostPosted: September 6, 2015, 11:11 am
Cant believe they're not keeping lynch
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PostPosted: September 6, 2015, 11:23 am
MATCH HIGHLIGHTS: NSW Cup Finals Wk 1 Mounties V New Zealand Warriors

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At this rate we're not going to have enough players for reserve grade.
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loved the mouse trap from Ahearn. I hope you get a deal somewhere for 2016
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PostPosted: September 6, 2015, 12:25 pm
I reckon a few of these players would have a better shot at first grade from staying at the Mounties rather than going elsewhere. No good going to another club with a better roster than the raiders hoping to crack a first grade position.

I reckon Luke page (meaningful lower case) hurt his chances for next year by going to Dragons.
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Who exactly are we going to replace these guys with. I can understand that management might want to move them on, but we've still got to fill our squad.
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PostPosted: September 6, 2015, 1:11 pm
There has to be players coming.
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PostPosted: September 6, 2015, 1:12 pm
I guess some of the under 20s will be promoted maybe? Otherwise...
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PostPosted: September 6, 2015, 8:44 pm
MATCH REPORT: Canberra Raiders affiliate Mounties defeat New Zealand Warriors

Mounties have built on their recent minor premiership success by completely blowing the New Zealand Warriors off the park 43-10.

The first half saw a fairly even contest in terms of field position and possession, but the second half was a 25-0 one-sided affair that consequently gives Mounties a one-way ticket to the preliminary finals.

Sam Duggan was outstanding for Mounties, while Jeff Lynch proved to be an extremely powerful asset off the bench with two tries.

Mounties 43 (J Lynch 2, S Mills, M Cronin, J McCrone, K O’Donnell, R Kennedy tries; S Duggan 7 goals; Duggan field goal) bt NZ Warriors 10 (K Maumalo, R Talimalie tries; M Hingano goal)

Read more: http://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2015/09/05 ... t_mou.html
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VIDEO: Canberra Raiders forward Jeff Lynch says Mounties determined to take out NSW Cup

In-form Mounties forward Jeff Lynch says that the Minor Premiership means nothing now and that the side is determined to take out the VB NSW Cup premiership in 2015.

Lynch scored two tries in Mounties' 43-10 victory over the New Zealand Warriors in the first round of semi-finals of the VB NSW Cup.

As a result of the comprehensive win, Mounties now enjoys the weekend off and will face the winner of the Penrith Panthers v Newcastle Knights next Saturday at Leichhardt Oval.

Video: http://www.raiders.com.au/news/2015/09/ ... miers.html
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PostPosted: September 8, 2015, 7:07 pm
Dr Zaius wrote:I guess some of the under 20s will be promoted maybe? Otherwise...


Not a lot of good forwards in that 20s side from what I've seen though
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PostPosted: September 8, 2015, 7:34 pm
Most are still too young , better of playing the more experienced Mounties players
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Raidersrawesome wrote:Most are still too young , better of playing the more experienced Mounties players

Trouble with that Raidersrawesome is that most of your experienced Mounties players have been given the coke and sars.
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The Greenhouse wrote:At this rate we're not going to have enough players for reserve grade.

Yep,and not the quality of the 2015 Mounties.
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PostPosted: September 8, 2015, 8:46 pm
charlie11 wrote:
Raidersrawesome wrote:Most are still too young , better of playing the more experienced Mounties players

Trouble with that Raidersrawesome is that most of your experienced Mounties players have been given the coke and sars.


That's next years problem.

I have no doubt Ricky will be bringing depth players to the club.

I would have liked to keep Nichols and Lynch
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PostPosted: September 8, 2015, 8:57 pm
Raidersrawesome wrote:
charlie11 wrote:
Raidersrawesome wrote:Most are still too young , better of playing the more experienced Mounties players

Trouble with that Raidersrawesome is that most of your experienced Mounties players have been given the coke and sars.


That's next years problem.

I have no doubt Ricky will be bringing depth players to the club.

I would have liked to keep Nichols and Lynch

Me too,and Cronin and Ahearn as well.!!!
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Im glad to be rid of cronin
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simo wrote:Im glad to be rid of cronin

You clearly were not at the Mounties game on the weekend, what an unsavoury comment.
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PostPosted: September 9, 2015, 6:49 am
Any chance of Lynch getting a reprieve? He is only 21, they seem to be giving up on him early.
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PostPosted: September 9, 2015, 6:51 am
charlie11 wrote:
simo wrote:Im glad to be rid of cronin

You clearly were not at the Mounties game on the weekend, what an unsavoury comment.

None of us on this forum are the best judges of a players ability the players themselves are, watch the video interview with Jeff Lynch.!!!
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edwahu wrote:Any chance of Lynch getting a reprieve? He is only 21, they seem to be giving up on him early.

No, they have only offered him a train and trial, I am hearing there is interest from two other NRL clubs, I hope he lands a deal elsewhere. Train and trial what an insult, he has been at the club since he was 17,they should know well and truly what he can do by now.!!!Ricky Stuart has a plan.???
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PostPosted: September 9, 2015, 7:32 am
Lynch has a history of injury doesn't he?
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simo wrote:Im glad to be rid of cronin

You clearly were not at the Mounties game on the weekend, what an unsavoury comment.

Trolls gotta troll charlie, hook line and sinker
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bonehead wrote:
charlie11 wrote:
simo wrote:Im glad to be rid of cronin

You clearly were not at the Mounties game on the weekend, what an unsavoury comment.

Trolls gotta troll charlie, hook line and sinker
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PostPosted: September 9, 2015, 9:43 am
charlie11 wrote:
charlie11 wrote:
simo wrote:Im glad to be rid of cronin

You clearly were not at the Mounties game on the weekend, what an unsavoury comment.

None of us on this forum are the best judges of a players ability the players themselves are, watch the video interview with Jeff Lynch.!!!

Charlie has clearly lost the plot here... is he quoting himself now and having a discussion??
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PostPosted: September 9, 2015, 10:36 am
Stats Amazing | VB NSW Cup FW1

Mounties put all the teams on notice with a 43-10 thumping of the Warriors. Glen Buttris was incredible for Mounties making 37 tackles but Warrior David Bhana made an impressive 53 tackles topping the tackle count for the weekend. Sam Duggan was instrumental for the Mounties, converting a perfect 100 per cent, also slotting the field goal. Fellow standouts, Jeff Lynch bagged himself a double and Mark Nicholls ran 151 metres with the ball off only 13 runs. Mounties’ defence proved to be the difference between both sides as they only missed 15 tackles, while the Warriors missed 37 tackles. Ill-discipline was a significant issue for the Warriors with Konrad Hurrell sent to the sin-bin in conceding 11 penalties. Mounties on the other hand only had five penalties against them. Mounties attack was electrifying, making 1,568 metres running the ball as the Warriors only made 928 metres. Completion rate was pivotal for Mounties, completing 84 per cent while the Warriors completed 72 per cent.

http://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2015/09/09 ... b_nsw.html
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PostPosted: September 9, 2015, 4:43 pm
does this mean that the nsw cup final wont be on GF weekend?

that's a bit sad...
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No its not

They play the winner of QLD cup vs NSW cup on GF day
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25 mins to go Knights 26 Panthers 6.
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Knights 44 Panthers 12

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PostPosted: September 13, 2015, 6:30 pm
That's a bit of a shock result, isn't it? Panthers ere the best side with Mounties and Wyong all year.
I assume that means Mounties play Knights next weekend and Wyong the winner of Warriors/Bulldogs?
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