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  • Wyong Roos - 2015 Season Results

    2015 Season Completed
    VB NSW Cup Grand Final - Defeated by the Newcastle Knights 20 - 10
    PL: 25 W: 15 D: 0 L: 7 B: 3 PF: 581 PA: 422 PD: 159 PT: 36
    Last edited by Sonjay Billy Bob; 09-11-2016, 08:50 PM.

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    Round 1
    Wyong Roos (34) - Y. Gordon (2), M. Ikuvalu, M. Stromquist, L. Pulu, J. Seijka, T. Cornish (5 goals)
    Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles (8) - B. Fritz, B. Williame

    SUMMARY: A 22 - 4 half-time lead to the Rip Taylor's Roos proved far too much for Luke Williamson's Sea Eagles at Morry Breen Oval. Former NRL star Yileen 'Buddy' Gordon crashed over for a double for Wyong as his side dominated from the opening whistle.


    Round 2
    Mounties (21) - B. Tupou, J. Ahearn, M. Cronin, G. Aiga, S. Williams (2 goals), S. Williams (1 field goal)
    Wyong Roos (18) - M. Ikavalu, B. Molan, L. Setu, T. Cornish (3 goals)

    SUMMARY: A dramatic late surge from Mounties saw the men in yellow and black snatch a thrilling three-point victory over Wyong at Morry Breen Oval. Halfback Sam Williams kicked an audacious 40-metre field goal with just 90 seconds left on the clock to edge the visitors in front for the first time in the match.


    Round 3
    Wyong Roos (18) -
    N. Stapleton, M. Ikuvalu, J. Sejika, N. Stapleton (3 goals)
    Newcastle Knights (6) - P. Vaivai, D. Kerr (1 goal)

    SUMMARY: The Wyong Roos defeated their northern rivals for the first time in NSW Cup history in an edge-of-your-seat thriller at Morry Breen Oval. The home side kept the Knights scoreless for the final 72 minutes of the match, with Rip Taylor's boys tackling themselves to a standstill in a courageous performance. Roos bench forward Abraham Papalii brought tremendous energy off the bench in a particularly strong performance.
    Last edited by Sonjay Billy Bob; 03-21-2015, 11:02 PM.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Sonjay Billy Bob View Post
      I've decided to keep The Chookpen community up to date with our feeder club the Wyong Roos. Would be nice to make this thread sticky.
      Done pal. Good idea!

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      • #4
        Good stuff there SJBB.. Much appreciated!

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        • #5
          yes please, we always took an interest in how newtown were fairing this is the same thing, always good to see how our fringe fg'ers are going too? actually was great to see that newtown beat up manly on the weekend too!

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          • #6
            Round 4
            Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs (34) -
            S. Lane (2), L. Dodd, J. Mclinally, A. Elliot, T. Tasi, L. McGrady (5 goals)
            Wyong Roos (24) - N. Macdonald (2), B. Elliot (2), L. Pulu, N. Stapleton (2 goals)

            SUMMARY: After a tight arm wrestle in the opening stages, Canterbury-Bankstown sealed a 10-point victory at home. Canterbury’s Shaun Lane and Adam Elliot played a major role in the Bulldogs' victory, with Lane scoring a double and Elliot providing an enormous effort in both attack and defence.
            Last edited by Sonjay Billy Bob; 03-28-2015, 10:39 PM.

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            • #7
              Round 5
              Wyong Roos (42) - B. Elliot (2), M. Williams, T. Cornish, B. Molan, Y. Gordon, L. Pulu, N. Stapleton (7 goals)
              New Zealand Warriors (6) - N. Peteru, A. Pewhairangi (1 goal)

              SUMMARY: The Wyong Roos maintained their perfect win-loss sequence of the opening five rounds when they eked out a 42 - 6 victory over the second placed New Zealand Warriors at a spongy Morry Breen Oval. Rip Taylor's men fell behind early however a 12 - 6 half time lead extended dramatically during the games final quarter hour.

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              • #8
                Round 6
                Wyong Roos (24) - N. Stapleton, M. Williams, L. Pulu, A. Papalii, N. Stapleton (4 goals)
                Illawarra Cutters (20) - K. Glymin (3), S. Crook (4 goals)

                SUMMARY: An Abraham Papalii try from dummy half in the 79th minute has seen the Wyong Roos steal a four point victory over the Illawarra Cutters at WIN Stadium. Not even a hat trick by Kiti Glymin could wrap up the two point for the home side, with poor discipline in the dying stages resulting in the Roos cementing second place on the NSW Cup table.

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                • #9
                  nice too see the team has the best for and away record in the nsw cup to.
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                  • #10
                    round 6 highlites...http://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2015/04...cutters_v.html
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                    • #11
                      1 CHRIS CENTRONE
                      2 BRENDAN ELLIOT
                      3 BENNETT LESLIE
                      4 YILEEN GORDON
                      5 NATHAN STAPLETON
                      6 BROCK MOLAN
                      7 TYLER CORNISH
                      8 ABRAHAM PAPALII
                      9 MITCH WILLIAMS
                      10 ELONI VUNAKECE
                      11 SAMISONI LANGI
                      12 LEIVAHA PULU
                      13 JACK SIEJKA
                      14 CARNE DOYLE-MANGA
                      15 SHAUN BOSS
                      16 JAKE LEWIS
                      17 ALEX LANGBRIDGE
                      COACH RIP TAYLOR
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                      • #12
                        Round 7
                        North Sydney Bears (32) - J. Olive (2), J. Roberts, S. Manuleleua, M. Hyland, A. Gray, D. Nicholls (4 goals)
                        Wyong Roos (4) - B. Leslie

                        SUMMARY: Under a new coach and new-look halves, the North Sydney Bears looked like a different team against the Wyong Roos. Coming into the game with just one win for the season, the Bears piled on six tries to one thanks to impressive performances by Cody Walker and Darren Nicholls.














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                        • #13
                          Round 8
                          Illawarra Cutters (22) - K. Glymin (2), S. Moceidreke, S. Crook, S. Crook (3 goals)
                          Wyong Roos (14) - B. Molan, A. Papalii, N. Stapleton (3 goals)

                          SUMMARY: The Illawarra Cutters reversed their loss against Wyong two weeks ago, scoring a gripping 22 - 14 win at a spongy Morry Breen Oval. The game hung in the balance until the final minute when man-of-the-match Shannon Crook shrugged off a defender and darted over besides the upright.

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                          • #14
                            Round 9
                            Wests Tigers (28) - J. Sila, J. Grant, L. Liolevave, K. Lulia, D. Nofoaluma, J. Drinkwater (4 goals)
                            Wyong Roos (24) - O. Slaimankhel, L. Setu, A. Papalii, B. Elliot, S. Langi, T. Cornish (2 goals)

                            SUMMARY: The Wests Tigers have won an absolute thriller that saw David Nofoaluma score a try in the final minute to steal the game from the Wyong Roos. It was a battle of the halfbacks at Morry Breen Oval, with Josh Drinkwater from the Tigers and Tyler Cornish from the Roos being the two standout players.

















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                            • #15
                              Round 10
                              Wyong Roos (30) - B. Elliot (2), N. Macdonald (2), N. Stapleton, O. Slaimankhel, N. Stapleton (3 goals)
                              Mount Pritchard Mounties (14) - J. Ahearn, B. Tupou, L. Bateman, S. Duggan (1 goal)

                              SUMMARY: The Wyong Roos beat Mount Pritchard Mounties 30 - 14 in a see-sawing contest at Aubrey Keech Reserve Park. The two sides traded tries during the opening 40 minutes and a 40th-minute try to Mounties gave them a 14 - 12 halftime lead. However it was all Wyong in the second half who held their opponents scoreless while adding three tries of their own to run out comfortable winners.












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