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Peninsula Seagulls

Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by Shoe1, Jun 9, 2014.

  1. Shoe1

    Shoe1 Well-Known Member

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    This brand new team of a graders and others is undefeated in the Sydney Shield. Won by about 60 on the weekend. Wonder if manly has their eye on them as a potential feeder? Wonder how they'd go against our Nsw cup team.
     
  2. HappilyManly

    HappilyManly MWTS Premium Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    Wonder if their Coach could take up our NSW Cup Team coaching position :idea:
     
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    • eagles2win

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      Move them up to the RMC (Ron Massey Cup) and see how they go first
       
    • Peter C

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      They would get absolutely smashed by our NSW Cup side, and our NSW cup side is going sh@thouse.
       
    • eagles2win

      eagles2win Well-Known Member

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      As Pete said they'll get 60 put on them.

      Seen some of the RMC sides really push the NSW Cup sides ie The Entrance who also lead there comp.

      But I want to see the real NRL (Newcastle Comp) aka the Rebels play against a NSW Cup team or QLD Cup team get the feeing they'll beat them.
       
    • Shoe1

      Shoe1 Well-Known Member

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      true enough, but good to see a team of part timers strengthening league in our part of Sydney.
       
    • bennyeagle

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      I beg to differ, a lot if their players willy bishop, Andrew maxwell, Jayden horo (Justin's younger brother ) and many more have proven themselves more then up for NSW cup standard, these boys have played A grade for narraweena under cliffys reign for many years, it's a shame that manly don't use the depth the senior system has to offer on the beaches !!
       
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      • Seagulls Forever

        Seagulls Forever New Member

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        Not so fast Peter C
        An interesting not to mention much “fairer contest’ would be to pit the new “part time” Peninsula Seagulls against Manly’s NSW Cup side WITHOUT their “full time” contracted players whom firmly belong with NRL side.

        Essentially, as the newly formed Northern Beaches All Stars side contains a mix of more recent Manly reserve graders with those from the victorious Narraweena 2010/11 A/Grade Grand Final side, the result may indeed surprise.
         
      • Seagulls Forever

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        No worries there Eagles2win given Asquith Magpies currently sit second on Ron Massey Cup Ladder fielding a similar side to that belted by Narraweena Hawks 34-8 in Manly A Grade Grand Final (2011).
        With Peninsula Seagulls strong Narraweena contingent, I'm sure they could handle RMC
         
      • Shoe1

        Shoe1 Well-Known Member

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        This is great, putting league back on the map on the northside.
         
      • eagles2win

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        So will they be looking at playing the Cabra 9's and Jason Annear 9's next season?
         
      • Seagulls Forever

        Seagulls Forever New Member

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        Too early to say as focus on staying undefeated
        Going for 12 straight on Saturday against Mounties

        Peninsula Seagulls Vs Mounties
        Lake Park, Saturday, June 14
        Kick-off: 3.00pm
        Referee: Kasey Badger


        SEAGULLS – 2. GEORGE PALAU 1. JEREMY MARSHALL 3. TARRANT MARINER 4. RHYS WOLLOGHAN 5. RYAN OLDFIELD 6. LUKE MARTIN 7. WILLIE BISHOP 13. RYAN WHEELER © 9. HARRY BERRYMAN 10. DAMIEN LAWLER 11. TIM PONT 12. VINNY NGARO 14. JAI JONES 8. ANDREW TUILAGI 16. BEN GORMAN 17. ALEX ASHER 19. JAKE GEARIN COACH: TIM GEE

        MOUNTIES – 1. MOHI AUPOURI 2. JARDEN SAJNOVIC 3. JOEL PATULLO 4. SHANNON CHAPMAN 5. ROBERT DUFF 6. JOHN MARTIN 7. BRENDAN NEWTON 8. TERE GLASSIE 9. TYRONE SHELLEY 10. ZAC WEDESWEILER 11. MATTHEW GREEN 12. MATTHEW WHITEHOUSE 13. LUKE SPEECHLEY 14. GEORGE ANTAKY 15. ADRIAN BAISSARI 16. DEAN MCGLINCHEY 17. JESSY ANTAKY 18. MARCO MUSCATELLO 19. MAHANGA RATAHI FRELAN 20. WILLIAM NOWLAN COACH: GLENN ANTONELLI
         
      • Shoe1

        Shoe1 Well-Known Member

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        Good luck. Is Ryan Oldfield related to Michael?
         
      • Seagulls Forever

        Seagulls Forever New Member

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        Cheers
        Yep, Micks brother (& just as quick :)
         
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        • Jethro

          Jethro This space is for rent Staff Member Premium Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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          Can the same be said with Harry & Delroy Berryman?
           
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          • Seagulls Forever

            Seagulls Forever New Member

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            Not sure although most likely related
            And before you ask:
            Jai Jones is related to Fred Jones (ex Manly)
            Jake Gearin is related to Steve Gearin (ex Dogs)
            Regards
             
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            • Seagulls Forever

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              There is a game this weekend for supporters residing on Northern Beaches,
              as the undefeated Peninsula Seagulls go for 12 straight wins against Mounties at Lake Park Narrabeen (Saturday 3.00pm). This all new Northern Beaches "All Stars" outfit currently leads the New South Wales Rugby Leagues Sydney Shield competition by 4 points having racked up an average of 50 points in each of their last four games. Mounties however are a formidable outfit keen on being the first team to "dent the record" so Gulls may not find so easy. Comprising mostly local talent, why not support the very capable "part timers" by heading down to Narrabeen for what should be an entertaining contest

              Peninsula Seagulls Vs Mounties
              Lake Park, Saturday, June 14
              Kick-off: 3.00pm
              Referee: Kasey Badger

              SEAGULLS – 2. GEORGE PALAU 1. JEREMY MARSHALL 3. TARRANT MARINER 4. RHYS WOLLOGHAN 5. RYAN OLDFIELD 6. LUKE MARTIN 7. WILLIE BISHOP 13. RYAN WHEELER © 9. HARRY BERRYMAN 10. DAMIEN LAWLER 11. TIM PONT 12. VINNY NGARO 14. JAI JONES 8. ANDREW TUILAGI 16. BEN GORMAN 17. ALEX ASHER 19. JAKE GEARIN COACH: TIM GEE

              MOUNTIES – 1. MOHI AUPOURI 2. JARDEN SAJNOVIC 3. JOEL PATULLO 4. SHANNON CHAPMAN 5. ROBERT DUFF 6. JOHN MARTIN 7. BRENDAN NEWTON 8. TERE GLASSIE 9. TYRONE SHELLEY 10. ZAC WEDESWEILER 11. MATTHEW GREEN 12. MATTHEW WHITEHOUSE 13. LUKE SPEECHLEY 14. GEORGE ANTAKY 15. ADRIAN BAISSARI 16. DEAN MCGLINCHEY 17. JESSY ANTAKY 18. MARCO MUSCATELLO 19. MAHANGA RATAHI FRELAN 20. WILLIAM NOWLAN COACH: GLENN ANTONELLI
               
            • Fluffy

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              Is Dean McGlinchey related to Dean McGlinchey ex Manly lower grades?
               
            • RiverEagle

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              Yes I think they're pretty close Fluffy...
               
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              • Bearfax

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                Keep an eye on the Belrose side in the same comp. They look to be specials for the semis in that comp as well, sitting comfortably in fourth position. The MW area owns the Shield Cup with only the Magpies a threat
                 

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