MAGPIES VS MAGPIES

Balmain Tigers and Western Suburbs Magpies Junior Development Discussion
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MAGPIES VS MAGPIES

Post by alien » Sat 05 Sep, 2009 12:56 pm

WESTERN SUBURBS MAGPIES


Fullback
1
Levi Freeman


Wing
2
Andrew Everingham

Centre
3
Nu Akeripa

Centre
4
Josh Davis


Wing
5
Charlie Herekatukutuku

Five-Eight
6
Wayde Dunley


Half
7
Nathan Waters (c)

Front Row
8
Daine Laurie


Hooker
9
Sam Hoare


Front Row
10
Alfred Betham


2nd Row
11
Corey Vlaciky

2nd Row
12
Rocky Trimarchi


Lock
13
Dean Rysko


Interchange
3 Nu Akeripa

Interchange
14
Duan Poaneki

Interchange
16
Michael Stolk
Interchange
18 Allan Soulten

Interchange
19
Luke Young

Interchange
20
Faitoa Asa

COACH
Leo Epifania






WENTWORTHVILLE MAGPIES

Fullback
1
Tim Mortimer

Wing
2
Etu Uaisele


Centre
21
Weller Hauraki
Centre
4
Mark Luland

Wing
5
Callan Richardson


Five-Eight
6
Mark O'Grady


Half
7
Shane Croft


Front Row
8
Tim Robinson


Hooker
9
Anthony Mitchell


Front Row
10
Jeremy Latimore


2nd Row
11
Brendan Oake


2nd Row
12
James Grehan


Lock
25
Junior Paulo






Interchange
14
Kim Uasi


Interchange
15
Marty Lewis

Interchange
16
Joe Mataele


Interchange
20 Dave Baumann

COACH

Rip Taylor


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Post by alien » Sat 05 Sep, 2009 3:14 pm

Western Suburbs lost 28-18 :(

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Post by tomcat » Sat 05 Sep, 2009 4:19 pm

NEXT WEEK,, WEST now play CENTRAL COAST STORM at MORRIE BREEN OVAL, KANWAL.[Central Coast} First week of the play offs..
EVERYBODY WANTS TO GO TO HEAVEN, BUT NOBODY WANTS TO DIE..

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Post by willow » Sat 05 Sep, 2009 7:49 pm

tomcat wrote:NEXT WEEK,, WEST now play CENTRAL COAST STORM at MORRIE BREEN OVAL, KANWAL.[Central Coast} First week of the play offs..
Tough game for them. Consistency looks to be their main concern at the moment.

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Post by crouching_tiger » Sat 05 Sep, 2009 10:23 pm

Those bloody corrupt referees up there will make sure the Magpies do it tough.
QUOTE WestsTigers:"Fitzhenry is a very experienced player and will assist in providing leadership to the younger players in the Wests Tigers squad"

QUOTE Tim Sheens:"We owe our fans an apology for that today"

QUOTE Stephen Humphreys:"it was important to secure Fifita for a longer period"


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Post by Aladinsane » Sun 06 Sep, 2009 5:52 am

Wentworthville secured a top four placing after they defeated Western Suburbs 28-18 at Leichhardt Oval last Saturday afternoon.

The game was played in the inner west in order to give all Wentworthville players and officials the opportunity to cheer on the Magpies in the Bundaberg Red Cup grand final. The match was played following the NSW Cup match

Western Suburbs had the better of play in the opening stages of the game but were not able to convert their chances into points.

The Wentworthville Magpies had limited opportunities but were able to post the first points of the game when Junior Paulo was first to a kick from Mark O’Grady into the in-goal area in the 17th minute.

Soon after, Wentworthville were almost in again when a high bomb bounced off the goal-posts padding and almost ended up in a try to Tim Mortimer. But the Wenty knocked on in the process of trying to score.

The Wentworthville Magpies increased their lead to 10-0 when winger Etu Uaisele scored after a great break from Martin Lewis.

There was no love lost between both sides and referee David Munro had enough when he sent Western Suburbs forward Daine Laurie was sent to the sin bin just two minutes before the break.

The Wentworthville Magpies scored two tries in the space of three minutes early in the second half to lead 22-0.

The first try came in the 46th minute when Mortimer split the defence and then put half-back Shane Croft on his way to the try line.

Three minutes later, a Wentworthville kick looked set to roll over the touch line. A quick thinking Etu Uaisele palmed the ball back infield. Jeremy Latimore and Brendan Oake kept the ball alive before Croft raced away to score his second try of the game.

Western Suburbs bounced back to score through Charlie Herekotukutuku in the 56th minute when he stepped inside the defence before racing over to score adjacent to the posts.

Five minutes later, Western Suburbs hooker Samual Hoare burrowed over to score. Levi Freeman added the extras to get to within 10 points at 22-12.

Just as Western Suburbs were getting back in the game, Wentworthville Magpies skipped further ahead when Croft registered his third try of the game with a great weaving run to the line.

Western Suburbs never gave up and finished the game with a 74th minute try to Rhys Pritchard, his 17th for the season.
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WHEN THEY SCORED
17th min: Wenty 6-0 (Paulo try; Robinson goal)
26th min: Wenty 10-0 (Uaisele try)
46th min: Wenty 16-0 (Croft try; Uaisele goal)
49th min: Wenty 22-0 (Croft try; Uaisele goal)
56th min: Wenty 22-6 (Herekotukutuku try; Freeman goal)
61st min: Wenty 22-12 (Hoare try; Freeman goal)
65th min: Wenty 28-12 (Croft try; Robinson goal)
74th min: Wenty 28-18 (Pritchard try; Freeman goal)


Wentworthville 28 (Shane Croft 3, Junior Paulo, Etu Uaisele tries; Tim Robinson 2, Uaisele 2 goals)
Defeated
Western Suburbs 18 (Charlie Herekotukutuku, Samual Hoare, Rhys Pritchard tries; Levi Freeman 3 goals)

Referee: David Munro.
Touch Judges: Rob Bowen, Rob Moore.
Penalties: 8-all
Crowd: 500. Half-time: Wentworthville 10-0.

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Post by tomcat » Sun 06 Sep, 2009 7:12 am

If west are to win i think they need to play ,
9. NAT WATERS
7.DUNLEY
6 .HEREKATUKUTUKU,
EVERYBODY WANTS TO GO TO HEAVEN, BUT NOBODY WANTS TO DIE..

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