The Grapple: 14 June 2018 – 

 

Time

Segment

6.05-6.18pm

Segment 1:

·       Introduction

o   6.05-6.12: Interview: Nambour 1st grade coach-Dave Cordwell

o   6.12-6.18: Local league: Amy Bock, Shane/GA (in studio):

6.18-6.22

Music/ads

6.22-6.38

 

 

Segment 2: NRL: GA, Shane and Wade (in studio)

·       Review round 14 etc.

·       Latest news/stories etc.

6.38-6.42

Music/ads

6.42-6.58

Segment 3: Greg McCallum- our resident NRL expert former 1st grade referee and English Super League boss

o   The Flashback

o   NRL: Preview round 15

6.58

Sign off

 

Segment 1 (a):  Interview with Dave Cordwell, Coach Nambour Crushers 1st Grade  

Segment 1 (b):  Interview follow up and local league:

  • Women's Rugby League Talent ID and National Championship held on the on the Gold Coast recently followed by the announcement of the QLD women’s SOO team for what will be a first as the female fixture will fall under the Origin banner after previously being called the interstate challenge. New South Wales have clawed their way back after a 17-year Queensland dominance and currently hold the title after last season's 22-6 victory in Wollongong.
  • Six debutantes have been selected in Jason Hetherington's Queensland squad for the upcoming women's Holden State of Origin at North Sydney Oval on June 22. Australian Jillaroos player Meg Ward is set to play her first game in state colours after a rapid rise to the top level last year, while Frieda Faulato Seu, Maitua Feterika, Tallisha Harden, Rhiannon Revell-Blair and Mariah Storch will make their Origin debuts. The selection of New Zealand international Feterika is a boost for the Maroons with her selection based around residency rules after a move to Queensland this year. Veteran forward Stephanie Hancock has also been named after delaying retirement plans for a further season.
  • Queensland Maroons (in alphabetical order): Chelsea Baker, Heather Ballinger, Annette Brander, Brittany Breayley, Ali Brigginshaw, Karina Brown, Frieda Faulato Seu, Maitua Feterika, Tazmin Gray, Stephanie Hancock, Tallisha Harden, Kody House, Amelia Kuk, Rona Peters, Rhiannon Revell-Blair, Mariah Storch, Zahara Temara, Meg Ward.
  • Chat next Thursday in our exclusive preview of the women’s SOO game

Vantage Homes Division 1 Cup

Beerwah 40 d Kawana 18, Nambour 30 d Caloundra 6, Maroochydore 56 d Gympie 6-led 26-0 at half time and Noosa 28 lost to Caboolture 30-Snakes led 20-10 at half-time and 30-16 with 10 to go.

 

POS

TEAM

P

W

D

L

FF

FA

B

F

A

PD

PTS

1

Beerwah

12

10

0

2

0

0

0

350

208

142

42

2

Caboolture

12

9

0

3

0

0

0

406

182

224

39

3

Nambour

12

9

0

3

1

0

0

332

144

188

39

4

Maroochydore

12

9

0

3

0

0

0

310

194

116

39

5

Kawana

12

5

0

7

0

0

0

284

232

52

27

6

Caloundra

12

4

0

8

0

0

0

208

314

-106

24

7

Noosa

12

1

0

11

0

0

0

160

404

-244

15

8

Gympie

12

1

0

11

0

1

0

160

532

-372

14

 

Round 13 next weekend: Beerwah/Nambour- Sat 5.30pm: Caboolture/Maroochydore –Sat 6.30pm; Gympie/Kawana- 5.30pm and Noosa/Caloundra- Sun 3pm

 

Division 2A: Noosa 16 lost to Caboolture 18, Nambour 32 Caloundra 4 and Kawana 8 Beerwah 12

Double header at Woodford on Saturday evening: Bribie 16 lost to Coolum 44, Stanley River 26 d Mary Valley 12; Maroochydore-bye

 

POS

TEAM

P

W

D

L

FF

FA

B

F

A

PD

PTS

1

Coolum

12

10

0

1

0

0

1

352

146

206

45

2

Bribie Island

12

7

0

3

0

0

2

260

138

122

39

3

Maroochydore

12

7

0

3

0

0

2

254

136

118

39

4

Beerwah

12

7

0

4

0

0

1

302

168

134

36

5

Stanley River

12

7

0

4

0

0

1

214

192

22

36

Division 2B: Wins to Pomona/Cooran, Yandina and Beachmere 

 

U/18 Div 1: Noosa d Caboolture, Nambour lost to Caloundra and Maroochydore 36 d Bribie 8, Kawana/Beerwah-no game 

U/18 Div 2: Stanley River d Palmwoods-Maroocy and Kawana d Caboolture

 

SCGRFL Women: Caboolture 22 d Noosa 16 and Nambour 18 lost to Kawana 36 –top of ladder and South Burnett-bye but big day next Saturday at Wondai with double header: Kawana/Noosa and then South Burnett/Nambour- great trip 

 

Brisbane Rugby League: A-Grade – Round 10: Seagulls 18-all Diehards, Panthers 24-all Dolphins and Tigers 60 d Magpies 4  

 

POS

TEAM

P

W

L

FF

FG

D

B

For

Agst

PD

PTS

%

1

Panthers

10

7

2

0

0

1

0

266

177

89

25

150.28

2

Dolphins

10

6

2

0

0

2

0

237

188

49

24

126.06

3

Seagulls

10

5

3

0

0

2

0

232

198

34

22

117.17

4

Diehards

10

4

4

0

0

2

0

199

201

-2

20

99.00

5

Tigers

10

2

7

0

0

1

0

248

229

19

15

108.30

6

Magpies

10

2

8

0

0

0

0

127

316

-189

14

40.19

Round 11 next weekend: Seagulls/Panthers, Tigers/Diehards and Magpies/Dolphins

 

ISC: Round 14

Home

Away

 

Burleigh 28

Pride 30;

 

Falcons 14

Souths Logan 8

 

Townsville 32

Easts Tigers 0

 

Tweed 13

CQ Capras 12

 

Norths Devils 28

Redcliffe 20

 

Seagulls 30

Ipswich Jets 24

 

PNG Hunters 26

Mackay 12

 

 

1

Burleigh Bears

13

10

0

3

1

347

239

108

22

 

2

Townsville Blackhawks

13

9

0

4

1

331

182

149

20

 

3

Redcliffe Dolphins

13

8

0

5

1

327

217

110

18

 

4

Souths Logan Magpies

13

8

0

5

1

350

277

73

18

 

5

Northern Pride

13

8

0

5

1

287

249

38

18

 

6

Norths Devils

13

7

0

6

1

287

285

2

16

 

7

Tweed Heads Seagulls

13

7

0

6

1

253

318

-65

16

 

8

Sunshine Coast Falcons

13

6

0

7

1

258

247

11

14

 

9

PNG Hunters

13

6

0

7

1

222

264

-42

14

 

10

Ipswich Jets

13

6

0

7

1

267

317

-50

14

 

11

Easts Tigers

13

5

0

8

1

286

273

13

12

 

12

Wynnum Manly Seagulls

13

5

0

8

1

277

339

-62

12

 

13

Central Queensland Capras

13

3

0

10

1

176

303

-127

8

 

14

Mackay Cutters

13

3

0

10

1

234

392

-158

8

                           

Round 15:

 

16/06/2018

6:00:00 PM

Jack Manski Oval

Townsville Blackhawks

Mackay Cutters

16/06/2018

6:00:00 PM

North Ipswich Reserve

Ipswich Jets

PNG Hunters

16/06/2018

7:00:00 PM

BMD Kougari Oval

Wynnum Manly Seagulls

Northern Pride

17/06/2018

2:00:00 PM

Pizzey Park

Burleigh Bears

Sunshine Coast Falcons

17/06/2018

2:00:00 PM

Suzuki Stadium

Easts Tigers

Central Queensland Capras

17/06/2018

2:00:00 PM

Piggabeen Sports Complex

Tweed Heads Seagulls

Norths Devils

17/06/2018

3:00:00 PM

Davies Park

Souths Logan Magpies

Redcliffe

Women:

  • SEQ Division 1: Burleigh/Panthers, Easts/Magpies and Toowoomba 20 d Brothers 10
  • Division 2: Caboolture 20 lost to Souths 22 at Kitchener Park on Saturday
  • Div 3: Wins to Jimboomba, Beenleigh, Mt Gravatt and Normanby/Mudgeeraba 4-all. 

 

Segment 2: NRL:

 

Date

Home

Away

Fri. Jun 8

Raiders 22

Panthers 23

Fri. Jun 8

Titans 16

Rabbitohs 18

Sat. Jun 9

Sea Eagles 14

Warriors 34

Sat. Jun 9

Knights 16

Roosters 18

Sat. Jun 9

Eels 20

Cowboys 14

Sun. Jun 10

Sharks 24

Tigers 16

Sun. Jun 10

Storm 32

Broncos 16

Mon. Jun 11

Bulldogs  16

Dragons 18

 

1

  Panthers

13

22

10

0

3

1

300

190

110

6 - 1

4 - 2

4 - 0

Roosters

$5.00

2

  Dragons

12

20

9

0

3

1

301

192

109

7 - 0

2 - 3

2 - 2

Sea Eagles

$5.50

3

  Rabbitohs

14

20

10

0

4

0

338

235

103

5 - 2

5 - 2

5 - 0

Eels

$5.50

4

  Warriors

13

20

9

0

4

1

266

248

18

4 - 3

5 - 1

2 - 2

Cowboys

$13.00

5

  Storm

13

18

8

0

5

1

297

205

92

5 - 2

3 - 3

3 - 1

Knights

$7.50

6

  Roosters

14

18

9

0

5

0

282

212

70

5 - 2

4 - 3

4 - 1

Panthers

$6.00

7

  Sharks

14

18

9

0

5

0

278

247

31

5 - 2

4 - 3

4 - 1

Broncos

$11.00

8

  Broncos

13

16

7

0

6

1

248

296

-48

4 - 2

3 - 4

2 - 2

Sharks

$23.00

9

  Wests Tigers

14

14

7

0

7

0

218

217

1

5 - 2

2 - 5

2 - 3

Raiders

$51.00

10

  Raiders

13

12

5

0

8

1

284

284

0

4 - 4

1 - 4

1 - 3

Wests Tigers

$51.00

11

  Knights

14

12

6

0

8

0

256

364

-108

2 - 4

4 - 4

1 - 4

Storm

$151.00

12

  Titans

13

10

4

0

9

1

234

345

-111

3 - 3

1 - 6

1 - 3

Bulldogs

$251.00

13

  Sea Eagles

14

8

4

0

10

0

292

332

-40

3 - 4

1 - 6

2 - 3

Dragons

$101.00

14

  Cowboys

14

8

4

0

10

0

227

281

-54

2 - 5

2 - 5

1 - 4

Warriors

$51.00

15

  Bulldogs

12

8

3

0

9

1

183

238

-55

2 - 2

1 - 7

1 - 3

Titans

$251.00

16

  Eels

14

6

3

0

11

0

194

312

-118

3 - 4

0 - 7

1 - 4

Rabbitohs

$151.00

News/snippets:

·       SOO game 2 selections?

·       We mentioned last Sunday-where will Aaron Woods be playing for the rest of 2018? We know Mbye knows where he will be and could be by next weekend but what a mess at the Dogs

·       Retirements a-plenty this week:

o   PENRITH hooker Peter Wallace has decided to retire from rugby league due to chronic injury issues.

  • Darius Boyd announced he is walking away from representative rugby league, following in the footsteps of Cameron Smith, Johnathan Thurston and Cooper Cronk.
  • Michael Maguire will field a New Zealand team severely weakened by retirements and without a captain when they face England in Denver with forwards Simon Mannering, Russell Packer and Ben Matulino announcing their international retirements. The coach also turned orthodox thinking on its head by revealing he won't field an official captain. Instead, veteran forward Adam Blair will be the unofficial team leader. Blair, the skipper during last year's horrendous World Cup failure, will lead the team onto the field and be the designated spokesman to the referee. Injuries to Bromwich (hamstring), Canberra winger Jordan Rapana (hamstring) and Canterbury five-eighth Kieran Foran (toe) leave Maguire with little choice other than to blood new talent or revive Test careers. Wests Tigers veteran Benji Marshall (calf) is also now out of the reckoning, while there are doubts about Warriors halfback Shaun Johnson and fullback Roger Tuivasa-Sheck due to niggling injuries.
  • NRL is continuing to move ahead with plans to open the 2019 season in the US despite resistance to next weekend's one-off Test between England and New Zealand in Denver due to the travel involved. NRL officials haven't been deterred by the lack of support from clubs and the game's stakeholders for the Denver Test, edging closer towards a historic match to open the season in California next year a week before the rest of the Telstra Premiership kicks off on home soil.
  • The west coast of the US is the favoured destination for the match, with Los Angeles and San Francisco in the mix. If the game was in LA, the South Sydney Rabbitohs would be an obvious choice given Hollywood star Russell Crowe's connection to the club. The  Rabbitohs would like plans to be sorted by the end of the month. As it stands, the Rabbitohs' contractual arrangement with ANZ Stadium allows them to take two games away – currently to Perth and Cairns – and Souths want to lock in arrangements asap.
  • It's understood the Melbourne Storm and the Brisbane Broncos have been discussed as potential opponents.
  • Uncapped English trio of Jake Connor, Luke Thompson and Tommy Makinson have been included in England's squad for next week’s Test against New Zealand. England Squad: John Bateman, George Burgess, Sam Burgess, Thomas Burgess, Jake Connor, James Graham, Ryan Hall, Chris Hill, Jonny Lomax, Tommy Makinson, Jermaine McGillvary, Sean O'Loughlin, Mark Percival, Stefan Ratchford, James Roby, Luke Thompson, Gareth Widdop, George Williams, Elliott Whitehead.
  • All about the self-imploding Manly Sea Eagles this week:
    • Marty Taupau is an angry man at the best of times - but is fuming at his own club right now. With the Sea Eagles in disarray after being caught cheating the salary cap, the club has told its squad that it will consider requests for a release from players to lower its wage bill. That resulted in a flurry of activity from rival clubs, scrambling for Manly’s top talent. Taupau has had offers from at least three clubs and wants out - but his path to the exit door has been blocked by Manly chief executive Lyall Gorman.
    • NRL blocking Manly’s plan to blood under 20s star Manase Fainu because he’s not part of the club’s 30-man roster. Fainu was named to replace the injured Api Koroisau but the Sea Eagles’ application was rejected with the NRL ruling that they already have cover in the position. “The player is currently a development player. In order for him to play in the Telstra Premiership, the club would need to request an exemption based on the circumstances, or alternatively upgrade the player’s contract,” said an NRL spokesman.
  • FORMER Manly player Anthony Watmough unleashed an extraordinary tirade against current skipper Daly Cherry-Evans, accusing him of trying to hold the club up for money.
  • North Queensland lock Jason Taumalolo has again snubbed New Zealand after confirming his allegiance to Tonga ahead of their Pacific Test in Sydney. Taumalolo turned his back on the chance to run out with the Kiwis in their June 23 clash with England in the United States, opting instead to make himself available for Tonga's one-off clash with Samoa in Campbelltown on the same day. Tonga coach Kristian Woolf lauded Taumalolo's commitment to his country, calling it a coup for the international game.
  • Next weekend: 22: Women’s State of Origin, Sat 23  Campbelltown Sports Stadium will host to Pacific powerhouses Tonga v Samoa 7pm and Fiji v Papua 4pm and of course, SOO game 2 Sunday in Sydney at 8.00pm preceded by NSW/Qld Residents game which Qld won 36-6 in 2017 d NSW.

6.38-6.42: After break-joined by Macca for the Flashback and preview round 15 NRL

6.42-6.58: Macca

 

The Flashback: Round 2 1988-Campbelltown Sports Ground West Magpies v Newcastle Knights- Sunday, 13 March, 5,011 die-hard fans saw Peter Filmer in the middle and the Knights, 1 of the 3 new clubs in an expanded competition- others being Broncos and Cold Coast/Tweed Head Giants- win their 1st game in the top grade d Magpies 20-16; scrums-real scrums won by Knights 12-7 while Magpies won the penalties 16-8-interesting number!!

Match Scoresheet

Tries

 

John Allanson

 

Steve Fulmer

 

 

Trevor Cogger

 

Brian Quinton

 

 

Dave Gallagher

 

Sam Stewart

Goals

 

Mick Hoy (2/4)

 

Robbie Tew (3/4)

 

 

 

 

Tea Ropati (1/1)

Teams

Fullback

1.

Steve McCoy

1.

Glenn Frendo

Wing

2.

John Allanson

2.

Rod Whitaker

Centre

3.

Allen Geelan

3.

Glenn Miller

Centre

4.

Mick Hoy

4.

Gavin Hanrahan

Wing

5.

Danny Peacock

5.

Brian Quinton

 

Five-Eighth

6.

Doug Rawlings

6.

Robbie Tew

Halfback

7.

Trevor Cogger

7.

Steve Walters

 

Lock

8.

Cameron Blair

8.

David Boyd

Second Row

9.

Gary Bukowski

9.

Sam Stewart

Second Row

10.

Dave Gallagher

10.

Michael McKiernan

Front Row

11.

Dave Woods

11.

David Thorne

Hooker

12.

Alan Fallah

12.

Tony Townsend

Front Row

13.

Scott Tronc

13.

Tony Butterfield

 

Bench

14.

Ian Howcroft

14.

Tea Ropati

Bench

 

 

15.

George Mann

Bench

 

 

16.

Steve Fulmer

Bench

 

 

17.

Peter Malcolm

 

Coach

 

Laurie Freier

 

Allan McMahon

 

Question for Macca: Is the Blitz over??

Date

Home

Away

Venue

Time

Thu. Jun 14

Eels

Rabbitohs

ANZ Stadium

7:50pm

Fri. Jun 15

Cowboys

Warriors

1300SMILES Stadium

6:00pm

Fri. Jun 15

Roosters

Panthers

Allianz Stadium

7:50pm

Sat. Jun 16

Bulldogs

Titans

Belmore Sports Ground

3:00pm

Sat. Jun 16

Dragons

Sea Eagles

WIN Stadium

5:30pm

Sat. Jun 16

Sharks

Broncos

Southern Cross Group Stadium

7:30pm

Sun. Jun 17

Knights

Storm

McDonald Jones Stadium

2:00pm

Sun. Jun 17

Tigers

Raiders

Campbelltown Stadium

4:10pm

 

 

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