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Harold Matts / SG Ball Thread

Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by SF08, Feb 18, 2008.

  1. SF08

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    Round 1 Results.

    The first round of the 2008 Harold Matthews and SG Ball competition was played on Saturday the 16th of February. Manly had the Bye in Round 1, however the following results were recorded in their respective grades.

    Harold Matthews Competition.

    Parramatta Eels 48 d St George Dragons 0 @ Cabramatta Sports Ground
    Penrith Panthers 26 d South Sydney Rabbitohs 14 @ Erskineville Oval
    Cronulla Sharks 34 d South West Sydney Academy 12 @ Kirkham Park, Camden
    Illawarra Steelers 32 d Balmain Tigers 14 @ Leichhardt Oval
    Western Suburbs Magpies 20 d Western Sydney Academy of Sport 4 @ Ringrose Oval
    Central Coast Storm 42 d Canberra Raiders 40 @ Seiffert Oval
    Bulldogs 22 drew with North Sydney Bears 22 @ Belmore

    Harold Matts ladder after Round 1

    1. Parramatta Eels - 2pts - Unknown Percentage
    2. Western Suburbs Magpies - 2pts - 500.00%
    3. Cronulla Sharks - 2pts - 283.33%
    4. Illawarra Steelers - 2pts - 228.57%
    5. Penrith Panthers - 2pts - 185.71%
    6. Central Coast Storm - 2pts - 105.00%
    7. Manly Sea Eagles - 2pts - BYE
    8. Sydney Roosters - 2pts - BYE
    9. Newcastle Knights - 2pts - BYE
    10. North Sydney Bears - 1pt - 100.00%
    11. Bulldogs - 1pt - 100.00%
    12. Canberra Raiders - 0pts - 95.23%
    13. South Sydney Rabbitohs - 0pts - 53.84%
    14. Balmain Tigers - 0pts - 43.75%
    15. South West Sydney Academy of Sport - 0pts - 35.29%
    16. Western Sydney Academy of Sport - 0pts - 20.00%
    17. St George Dragons - 0 pts - 0%

    SG Ball Competition.

    Parramatta Eels 22 d St George Dragons 12 @ Cabramatta Sports Ground
    Penrith Panthers 14 d South Sydney Rabbitohs 12 @ Erskineville Oval
    Gold Coast Titans 30 drew with Cronulla Sharks 30 @ Betty Diamond Oval
    Illawarra Steelers 34 d Balmain Tigers 6 @ Leichhardt Oval
    Western Sydney Academy of Sport 19 d Western Suburbs Magpies 18 @ Ringrose Oval
    Canberra Raiders 44 d Central Coast Storm 18 @ Seiffert Oval
    Bulldogs 50 d North Sydney Bears 4 @ Belmore Sports Ground

    SG Ball ladder after Round 1

    1. Bulldogs - 2 pts - 1250.00%
    2. Illawarra Steelers - 2 pts - 566.66%
    3. Canberra Raiders - 2 pts - 244.44%
    4. Parramatta Eels - 2 pts - 183.33%
    5. Penrith Panthers - 2 pts - 116.66%
    6. Western Sydney Academy of Sport - 2 pts - 105.55%
    7. Manly Sea Eagles - 2 pts - BYE
    8. Sydney Roosters - 2 pts - BYE
    9. Newcastle Knights - 2 pts - BYE
    10. Gold Coast Titans - 1 pt - 100.00%
    11. Cronulla Sharks - 1 pt - 100.00%
    12. Western Suburbs Magpies - 0 pts - 94.73%
    13. South Sydney Rabbitohs - 0 pts - 85.71%
    14. St George Dragons - 0 pts - 54.54%
    15. Central Coast Storm - 0 pts - 40.90%
    16. Balmain Tigers - 0 pts - 17.64%
    17. North Sydney Bears - 0 pts - 8.00%

    Round 2 Fixtures.

    Cronulla Sharks vs Central Coast Storm @ Blaxland Oval
    St George Dragons vs Bulldogs @ Oki Jubilee
    Newcastle Knights vs Manly Sea Eagles @ Lakeside Sporting Complex, Raymond Terrace
    Parramatta Eels vs Balmain Tigers @ Cabramatta Sports Ground
    Sydney Roosters vs South West Sydney Academy of Sport @ Concord Oval
    Western Suburbs Magpies vs Penrith Panthers @ Concord Oval
    Western Sydney Academy of Sport vs North Sydney Bears @ Ringrose Oval
    Canberra Raiders vs South West Sydney Academy @ Seiffert Oal
    Illawarra Steelers vs BYE
     
  2. Matabele

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    Good to see Norths honouring a time-honoured tradition in the SG Ball. 
     
  3. Guest

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    Manly would be sharing the same spot if it wasnt for the bye. 
     
  4. Kiwi Eagle

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    Didn't they flog Norths 2 weeks ago ?
     
  5. Canteen Worker

    Canteen Worker Well-Known Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    Tookey, when are you going to get over Norths. Even Ryan has said 'bye bye' to the big bad bears. Time to build a bridge!!
     
  6. Guest

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    But Mata would be dissapointed if someone didn't react to his bait. ;D
     
  7. Matabele

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    I wouldn't put bait out there if I knew there isn't still a secret Tookey Bear fetish. 
     
  8. Fro

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    its not Secret
     
  9. Ryan

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    I remember watching Manly vs. The Bears in PL in 2006. We were playing Brisbane in 1st grade that day (bloody Matai passing the ball instead of falling over the try line to win the match!), and The Bears got towelled by around 40+. Have to say, I couldn't have been happier. Billy Slater was well and truly smashed on numerous occasions that day !!
     
  10. byso

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    It was pure gold seeing Norths lose the PL GF in the last 30 secs.....Predictable but gold.

    And the look on Ryan's face.....priceless. :)
     
  11. Guest

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    While I am a Manly fan now it is funny how the mere mention of Norths still stirs up such hatred even today.

    The passion and absolute hatred towards each other made the local derby such great games each year and I do miss them.

    It was a pity that manly weren't as competative against Norths in the years leading up to the merger.
     
  12. Fro

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    Obviously literacy was optional among the Bears supporters.

    let's try "as competitive against Norths in the years leading up to the merger"

    Doesnt matter that the content is rubbish, at least the sentence is readable.
     
  13. Jatz Crackers

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    Obviously literacy was optional among the Bears supporters.

    let's try "as competitive against Norths in the years leading up to the merger"

    Doesnt matter that the content is rubbish, at least the sentence is readable.
    [/quote]

    Let's

    Doesn't
     
  14. Fro

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    Jatz dont interupt when I'm bagging Norths supporters :)

    We have already established that my ' key doesnt work ;0
     
  15. Canteen Worker

    Canteen Worker Well-Known Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    I must say I miss the local derby and can't stand that places like Melbourne with no League heart actually have a manufactured team.
     
  16. Matabele

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    At least Melbourne produce a team.  All Norths could field was a rabble. 
     
  17. Ryan

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    Obviously literacy was optional among the Bears supporters.

    let's try "as competitive against Norths in the years leading up to the merger"

    Doesnt matter that the content is rubbish, at least the sentence is readable.
    [/quote]

    Let's

    Doesn't
    [/quote]

    Sorry Fro - owned !
     
  18. Fro

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    Oh Dear, Ryan weighs in. Talk about fighting out of your weight division.

    Getting sledged by you is like getting slapped with a dead fish,

    oh and BTW you don't need a space between the owned and the !.
     
  19. Guest

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    Funny how that rabble beat Manly 28 to 16 in the 1991 semi final.  If Norths were rabble that year then Manly must have been rubble?

    Manly had the best talent that money could buy in the nineties but come up with very few grand final wins.  Was that why they called their coach bozo?  Or was it because he put his son in the first grade team every week?
     
  20. Matabele

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    Funny how that rabble beat Manly 28 to 16 in the 1991 semi final.  If Norths were rabble that year then Manly must have been rubble?

    Manly had the best talent that money could buy in the nineties but come up with very few grand final wins.  Was that why they called their coach bozo?  Or was it because he put his son in the first grade team every week?


    [/quote]  Oh please.  How often can one game be referred to?
     

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