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  • #31
    last win v rabble/bears...............http://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2015/08...wyong_v_n.html
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    • #32
      Round 25
      Wyong Roos (44) - T. Cornish (2), A. Papalii (2), J. Ford, N. Stapleton, W. Manu, O. Slaimankhel, T. Cornish (6 goals)
      Wentworthville Magpies (12) - R. Matterson, J. Tuitahi, B. Henry (2 goals)

      SUMMARY: Wyong are set to finish as minor premiers after their 32-point defeat of the Wentworthville Magpies at Pirtek Stadium. It was a low-scoring tight affair until the 60th minute, with both sides level with 12-points each, before the Roos blew the Magpies away for the 44 - 12 win. The result leaves Mounties needing to beat the Warriors by 25 points to claim the minor premiership.






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      • #33
        Finals Week 1
        Wyong Roos (28) - N. Smith (2), O. Slaimankhel, N. Stapleton, T. Cornish, T. Cornish (4 goals)
        Penrith Panthers (10) - E. Aiono, M. Watene-Zelezniak, S. Scarlett (1 goal)

        SUMMARY: The Wyong Roos have gone four straight by defeating the Penrith Panthers 28 - 10 in Week 1 of the VB NSW Cup Finals. The win, which earns the Roos a week off, came off the back of a Nathan Smith double but ultimately at a great cost when they lost Mitch Williams to an arm injury in the 48th minute.

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        • #34
          this game is not televised.
          Ahead of their Grand Final qualifier, Coach Rip Taylor has named the side to take on the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs in the NSW Cup.

          The Roos have had a great season, but there are still two games remaining if they want to collect the big prize.
          They will play the Bulldogs on Sunday the 20th, 1pm at Leichhardt Oval.
          The team that will line-up in the NSW Cup.
          1. Omar Slaimankhel
          2. Chris Centrone
          3. Nathan Smith
          4. Yileen Gordon
          5. Abraham Papalii
          6. Jono Ford
          7. Tyler Cornish
          8. Magnus Stromquist
          9. Mitch Williams ©
          10. Eloni Vunakece
          11. Leivaha Pulu
          12. Jack Siejka
          13. Shaun Boss
          INTERCHANGE
          14. Brock Molan
          15. Lopini Paea
          16. Bennett Leslie
          17. Carne Doyle-Manga

          Read more at http://www.roosters.com.au/news/2015...YFQHezl2vzG.99
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          • #35
            Wyong is why I like this.

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            • #36
              Finals Week 3
              Wyong Roos (44) - O. Slaimankhel, N. Smith, B. Elliot, J. Ford, M. Williams, W. Manu, A. Papalii, T. Cornish (8 goals)
              Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs (20) - L. Perrett (3), J. McInally, L. Dodd (2 goals)

              SUMMARY: The Wyong Roos completed a stunning two-year turnaround to qualify for the 2015 VB NSW Cup Grand Final, after entering the competition in 2013 and finishing dead last. Inspirational captain and hooker Mitch Williams put in a clinical performance for the Roos, while halfback Tyler Cornish had an instrumental influence in the 44 - 20 victory over the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs.

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              • #37
                Originally posted by Sonjay Billy Bob View Post
                Finals Week 3
                Wyong Roos (44) - O. Slaimankhel, N. Smith, B. Elliot, J. Ford, M. Williams, W. Manu, A. Papalii, T. Cornish (8 goals)
                Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs (20) - L. Perrett (3), J. McInally, L. Dodd (2 goals)

                SUMMARY: The Wyong Roos completed a stunning two-year turnaround to qualify for the 2015 VB NSW Cup Grand Final, after entering the competition in 2013 and finishing dead last. Inspirational captain and hooker Mitch Williams put in a clinical performance for the Roos, while halfback Tyler Cornish had an instrumental influence in the 44 - 20 victory over the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs.
                Thx for posting each week SBB.

                To comprehensively smash the DirtyDogz in both senior grades and end their year is so damn sweet!

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                • #38
                  VB NSW Cup Grand Final
                  Newcastle Knights (20) - H. Tuha (3), K. Holland, K. Holland (1 goal), G. Ndaira (1 goal)
                  Wyong Roos (10) - N. Smith (2), T. Cornish (1 goal)

                  SUMMARY: From bitter Grand Final defeat to premiership glory, the Newcastle Knights avenged last year’s Grand Final loss by claiming the 2015 VB NSW Cup Premiership. The Knights stormed from seventh place to book their return to the premiership decider and upset Grand Final favourites Wyong Roos 20 - 10.

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