NSW U18s vs QLD U18s

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    QLD have named their team for the game 2 curtain-raiser, NSW will be named tomorrow

    QLD U18s

    1. Travis Turnbull (Western Mustangs)
    2. Treymain Spry (Sydney Roosters / Ipswich Jets)
    3. Murray Taulagi (NQ Cowboys / Townsville Blackhawks)
    4. Ronaldo Mulitalo (Cronulla Sharks)
    5. Kea Pere (Melbourne Storm / Easts Tigers)
    6. Cory Paix (Western Mustangs)
    7. Tanah Boyd (Souths Logan)
    8. Logan Bayliss-Brow (NQ Cowboys / Townsville Blackhawks)
    9. Tyson Smoothy (Brisbane Broncos / Redcliffe Dolphins)
    10. Eddie Blacker (Brisbane Broncos / Norths Devils)
    11. Brandon Russell (Brisbane Broncos / Ipswich Jets)
    12. J’maine Hopgood (Penrith Panthers)
    13. Reihana Marsh (Gold Coast Titans)

    14. Kyle Paterson (NQ Cowboys / Townsville Blackhawks)
    15. Tino Fa'asuamaleaui (Sunshine Coast)
    16. Garrett Smith (Mackay Cutters)
    17. Thomas Gilbert (Norths Devils)
    18. Brock Diment (Western Mustangs)

    Coach: Josh Hannay
    Assistant Coach: Michael Roberts
     
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    TEAM ANNOUNCEMENT | NSW Under-18s


    Tue 13th June, 12:00PM


    The NSWRL has today announced the NSW-Under-18s side to take on Queensland on Wednesday, 21 June.

    The side, which includes five junior Parramatta Eels and three Cronulla Sharks, will line up against the Queensland Under-18s in the Origin II curtain-raiser.

    Coached by Brad Fittler, the NSW Under-18s will be out for back-to-back victories after defeating Queensland 26-0 in 2016.

    The full NSW Under-18s side is as follows:

    1. John Fonua (Parramatta Eels)
    2. Sebastian Kris (Canberra Raiders)
    3. Campbell Graham (South Sydney Rabbitohs)
    4. Zac Lomax (St George Illawarra Dragons)
    5. Ethan Parry (Parramatta Eels)
    6. Jaeman Salmon (Cronulla Sharks)
    7. Luke Metcalf (Cronulla Sharks)
    8. Oregon Kaufusi (Parramatta Eels)
    9. Kyle Schneider (Parramatta Eels)
    10. Payne Haas (Brisbane Broncos)
    11. Filia Utoikamanu (Parramatta Eels)
    12. Joshua Curran (Sydney Roosters)
    13. Lindsay Smith (Penrith Panthers)

    14. Jake Hazard (Sydney Roosters)
    15. Alex Seyfarth (Balmain Tigers)
    16. Duwayne Fuimaono (Sydney Roosters)
    17. Teig Wilton (Cronulla Sharks)
    18. Elih Jackson (Central Coast Roosters)

    Head coach: Brad Fittler
    Assistant coach: Danny Buderus
    Development coach: Mark O'Meley


    http://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2017/06/13/team_announcement_ns.html
     
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    TEAM ANNOUNCEMENT | NSW Under-18s


    Thu 15th June, 03:15PM


    There has been a change to the NSW-Under-18s side to take on Queensland on Wednesday, 21 June.

    Campbell Graham has been ruled out, with Noel Aukafolau from the Parramatta Eels being drafted in at centre.

    The side, which includes six junior Parramatta Eels and three Cronulla Sharks, will line up against the Queensland Under-18s in the Origin II curtain-raiser. Coached by Brad Fittler, the NSW Under-18s will be out for back-to-back victories after defeating Queensland 26-0 in 2016.

    The updated NSW Under-18s side is as follows:

    1. John Fonua (Parramatta Eels)
    2. Sebastian Kris (Canberra Raiders)
    3. Noel Aukafolau (Parramatta Eels)
    4. Zac Lomax (St George Illawarra Dragons)
    5. Ethan Parry (Parramatta Eels)
    6. Jaeman Salmon (Cronulla Sharks)
    7. Luke Metcalf (Cronulla Sharks)
    8. Oregon Kaufusi (Parramatta Eels)
    9. Kyle Schneider (Parramatta Eels)
    10. Payne Haas (Brisbane Broncos)
    11. Filia Utoikamanu (Parramatta Eels)
    12. Joshua Curran (Sydney Roosters)
    13. Lindsay Smith (Penrith Panthers)

    14. Jake Hazard (Sydney Roosters)
    15. Alex Seyfarth (Balmain Tigers)
    16. Duwayne Fuimaono (Sydney Roosters)
    17. Teig Wilton (Cronulla Sharks)
    18. Elih Jackson (Central Coast Roosters)

    Head coach: Brad Fittler
    Assistant coach: Danny Buderus
    Development coach: Mark O'Meley


    http://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2017/06/13/team_announcement_ns.html
     
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    Apart from young Haas, it should be called the Sydney Metropolitan Under 18's.
     
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    Your eyesight is shot member. There is a canberrian in there too.
     
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    Young Knight Matt Croker was one of the best for NSW under 18s last year, a year young. This year he was our best in under 18s and has already had several good games in under 20s.
    I suppose he is paying the price for how badly our under 18s went this year.
     
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    NSW Under-18s Triumph In Thriller


    Wed 21st June, 06:45PM


    A 72nd-minute Zac Lomax field goal and a late Sebastian Kris try has proved the difference in a thrilling under-18s Origin match, NSW under-18s winning 35-28 against Queensland.

    After claiming a 26-0 victory in the corresponding clash against Queensland last year, Brad Fittler’s under-18s were determined to continue their winning ways – and they did on the back of some inspirational play from their captain Payne Haas and a hat-trick to halfback Luke Metcalf… in addition to a couple of clutch plays.

    With the scores tied 28-all late in the match, Lomax stepped up to kick the decisive field goal, before a final-minute try off a beautiful ball from Haas and a sideline conversion from Lomax sealed the result.

    NSW got off to an ideal start in the match, scoring after seven minutes through Metcalf. On the back of a left-to-right shift, the ball found the Cronulla Sharks half, who breezed and bobbed his way past the Queensland defence to go over the line on his hands and knees.

    NSW winger Kris extended the young Blues’ lead just six minutes later, the recipient of a beautiful cut-out ball from five-eighth Jaeman Salmon. Lomax’s touchline conversion stretched the NSW lead to 10.

    Queensland, however, soon ate into the Blues’ the lead, with a left-side break resulting in a try to Treymain Spry. The Maroons’ conversion took the score to 10-6.

    A determined run from Queensland centre Ronaldo Mulitalo just a couple of minutes tied things up, with the kick between the posts giving the game a new leader – and a huge shift in momentum.

    Just before half-time the Maroons’ other centre Murray Tauilagi crossed, benefiting from a short-side raid close to the Blues’ line to take the half-time score to 16-10.

    NSW had the best possible start to the second half, with Metcalf collecting the ball off a last-play option from Queensland inside his own half to streak downfield to score an uncontested try to tie the game at 16-all.

    Soon after it was Metcalf again – crossing for his third of the evening – following a right-edge break to give the Blues a 22-16 lead.

    NSW extended their lead soon after, through a slick movement that ended in the hands Ethan Parry – after a sublime pass from Zac Lomax. The conversion took the score to 28-16, and it looked like the match was sealed.

    Queensland, however, weren’t going to roll over, and a jinking run from five-eighth Cory Paix carved through the Blues, to put front-rower Logan Bayliss-Brow over unopposed.

    Fellow front-rower Eddie Blacker scored eight minutes later to tie the game at 28.

    Fittler’s men, however, weren’t worried.

    Lomax, Haas, man-of-the-match Metcalf and co got the job done.

    Congratulations to the NSW Under-18s – 2017 champions!


    http://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2017/06/21/nsw_under_18s_trumph.html
     
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    Yeah you are right I suppose. Sydberra is on the map haha
     
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