Trials Week 1 vs Rabbitohs


#1
John Sutton Testimonial Match
:rugby_football: Match South Sydney Rabbitohs v Penrith Panthers
:stadium: Venue Redfern Stadium, Redfern NSW
:clock10: Time Saturday 23rd February 2019 6:00pm
:tickets: Tickets Ticketmaster [Link] (Limted Tickets Available)
:stadium: Gates Open Gates Open 12:30pm
:rugby_football: Other Matches HMC: South Sydney Rabbitohs v Penrith Panthers 12:40pm
SGBC: South Sydney Rabbitohs v Penrith Panthers 2:40pm
JFC: South Sydney Rabbitohs v Penrith Panthers 3:40pm
:sun_behind_rain_cloud: Weather :cloud: Cloudy 23°C (20% Chance of Rain :cloud_with_rain:)
:tv: Broadcast :desktop_computer: rabbitohs.com.au [LIVE]
:desktop_computer: NRL.com.au [LIVE]

 

FULL TIME

:rugby_football: Telstra Premiership
Penrith Panthers 28 Tries Sione Katoa, Reagan Campell-Gillard, Tyrone May, Paea Pua, Brent Naden
Goals Maloney (2/2), Cartwright (2/2), Luai (0/1)
South Sydney Rabbitohs 8 Tries Jacob Gagan (2)
Goals (0/2)

 

:rugby_football: Jersey Flegg Cup
Penrith Panthers 32 Tries Glen McGrady (3), Spenser Leniu, Daine Laurie, Tom Farr, Hayden Bonnano
Goals 2/7
South Sydney Rabbitohs 4 Tries Lachlan Ilias
Goals 0/1

 

WATCH REPLAY

PANTHERS MEDIA REPORT

POST GAME INTERVIEWS


#2

Team Lists

PENRITH PANTHERS SOUTH SYDNEY RABBITOHS
Dylan Edwards 1 FULLBACK 1 Alex Johnston
Malakai Watene-Zelezniak 2 WING 2 Corey Allan
Waqa Blake 3 CENTRE 3 Dane Gagai
Tyrell Fuimaono 4 CENTRE 4 Campbell Graham
Josh Mansour 5 WING 5 Jacob Gagan
Jarome Luai 6 FIVE EIGTH 6 Cody Walker
James Maloney 7 HALFBACK 7 Connor Tracey
Reagan Campbell-Gillard 8 FORWARD 8 Junior Tatola
Sione Katoa 9 HOOKER 9 Damien Cook
Moses Leota 10 FORWARD 10 Thomas Burgess
Isaah Yeo 11 2ND ROW 11 John Sutton ©
Viliame Kikau 12 2ND ROW 12 Sam Burgess
Hame Sele 13 LOCK 13 Cameron Murray
Liam Coleman 14 INTERCHANGE 14 Mark Nicholls
Matheson Johns 15 INTERCHANGE 15 Kyle Turner
Tyrone May 16 INTERCHANGE 16 Liam Knight
Wayde Egan 17 INTERCHANGE 17 Rhys Kennedy
Tim Grant 18 RESERVE 18 Bayley Sironen
Kaide Ellis 19 RESERVE 19 Jack Johns
Caleb Aekins 20 RESERVE 20 Mawene Hiroti
Tyrone Phillips 21 RESERVE 21 Dean Hawkins
Jed Cartwright 22 RESERVE 22 Cory Denniss
Paea Pua 23 RESERVE 23 Billy Brittain
Liam Martin 24 RESERVE 24 Tom Amone
Nick Lui-Toso 25 RESERVE 25 Tarquinn Alatipi-Butler
Brent Naden 26 RESERVE
Brian Too 27 RESERVE
Ivan Cleary COACH Wayne Bennett

#3

Fisher-Harris, Dallin & Tamou ???


#4

I think this mostly just a training run for all intensive purposes. You will probably see them (and perhaps Cleary) in the final trial against the Eels.


#5

2 of em played in the all stars game so they have a run under their belt, and much better run than a trial too just quietly. Both went good too :ok_hand:


#6

4 Games have been announced at Redfern Oval tomorrow.

SG Ball Cup: South Sydney Rabbitohs v Penrith Panthers 12:40pm
Harold Matthews Cup: South Sydney Rabbitohs v Penrith Panthers 2.40pm
Jersey Flegg: South Sydney Rabbitohs v Penrith Panthers 3:40pm (Trial)
Telstra Premiership: South Sydney Rabbitohs v Penrith Panthers 6:00pm (Trial)

Limited Tickets are still available from Ticketmaster.


#7

:mega: Results and reports have been added to the top of thread


#8

A good trial, with some questions answered, some unanswered and some new ones being asked.

I do hope Billy is ok with that knee, at lest better for it happen early in the season than late.

Edwards showed why there should be no doubt he is the No1 fullback.

Tim Grant showed form and determination that should see he as part of our prop rotation through the year.

May showed why he’s the kind of player you can’t leave out of your team.

Cartwright showed the goods in the centres, after an injury plagued 2018. This year may be his final chance to crack the top grade.

All the other first graders looked fit and firing.

And then there are the hookers …

Started with Katao, who looked sharp and with a much tighter passing game. The benefits of training under Wallace seems to be paying dividends.scored a nice dummy half try.

Second half with Egan, who looked sharp with a tighter passing game. Training under Wallace looks to be paying dividends. 2 try assists including a nice in-goal grubber.

I don’t know which way we will go with the 9.

The less than impressive…

MWZ
Fuimaono

Luai didn’t have a great impact either… not that he did anything wrong.

Always hard to judge form in trials of course, players at different stages at preparation, some a little over -cautious not to get injured etc.

But one thing to take out this trial is we sure have great depth.


#9

I was super impressed with Tim Grant last night, he played out of his skin and seemed like he was in every tackle when he was out on the field.

You could tell is gunning for a spot in the starting 17, and with a performance like last night, he may very well end up with one.


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