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ISP Dogs v Panthers

Discussion in 'NSW Cup / Juniors' started by Longtimedog, Jun 4, 2017.

  1. Longtimedog

    Longtimedog Participant

    Mar 12, 2017
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    Dogs hold on for 14 to 4 victory.
    Dogs bombed early try before Tyrone Phillips dived on a loose ball in right corner to score. Stanley with a great conversion from right touch line after 9 minutes.
    LachlanLewis crashed over from short range and conversion from Stanley successful.
    Dogs looked good throughout 1st half with Panthers making many errors.
    Stanley hits upright from sideline.
    Second half pretty even Panthers scored runaway with 15 to go. Dogs hung on due to silly penalties from Panthers.
    Best for dogs Lachlan Lewis Phillips and Cleeland in the backs Saunders Tuamonga and Fine in the forwards .
    If Stanley stays healthy???? May be handy in NRL pretty good goalkicking today.
    Kennar didn't play
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  2. CroydonDog

    CroydonDog Immortal Gilded

    Aug 1, 2012
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    Thanks for the report.

    Hopefully Chase Stanley keeps it up.
  3. SecretLifeOfPetsTheMovie

    SecretLifeOfPetsTheMovie Previously CEO

    Oct 28, 2013
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    Thanks for keeping us up to date, appreciate the posts
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  4. off-tap-robbie

    off-tap-robbie Forum Regular

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    Bulldogs Down Panthers In Scrappy Win
    Stewart Moses

    Sun 4th June, 03:45PM

    The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs host Mounties in Round 9 of the Intrust Super Premiership NSW. Image: NRL Photos.

    In a game that never reached any great heights and was punctuated with errors, it was the home side Canterbury-Bankstown who did enough in the opening 20 minutes to prevail over a disappointing Penrith outfit 14-4 at ANZ Stadium today.

    Having led 12-0 inside the opening 20 minutes, the game failed to evolve as just a lone penalty goal and a Penrith try were the remaining scoring highlights, but the win ensures that the Bulldogs have won both games played this season against the pre-season favourites.

    Halves Lachlan Lewis and Josh Cleeland were instrumental in the Bulldogs jumping out to that 12-0 lead before the Bulldogs outfit defended tirelessly to restrict their opponents to just the four points over the remaining 60 minutes.

    The home side’s chances of recording a much-needed win weren’t helped with the withdrawal of Richie Kennar while also missing the likes of Marcelo Montoya and Francis Taulau.

    By contrast, despite losing Dylan Edwards and influential hooker Mitch Rein to the NRL side as well as Jack Hetherington (suspension), Penrith certainly came into this game feeling confident about their chances given their side was bolstered by the inclusion of Peta Hiku, Te Maire Martin, Moses Leota and Sitaleki Akauola.

    The Bulldogs had the better of the opening exchanges and were rewarded with the first try of the game after 10 minutes when Tyrone Phillips was able to dive on the loose ball in the in-goal off a Lachlan Lewis cross-field kick to score in the right corner. With Chase Stanley’s conversion, the home side led 6-0.

    The Bulldogs continued to pile on the pressure and doubled their lead after 18 minutes when halfback Lewis scored after his halves partner Josh Cleeland broke through some feeble Panthers defence 30m out from the try line.

    The Bulldogs could have nearly had three unanswered tries soon after when an unmarked Reimis Smith touched down in the left corner only for referee Darian Furner to rule the flung pass from Stanley forward in the lead-up.

    It was a largely forgettable performance by Penrith as they went to the sheds trailing 12-0 after the Panthers were unable to convert promising situations into points and made a plethora of errors in the process.

    A Michael Oldfield lost ball 25 metres out from his own line coupled with a penalty in the ensuing set enabled the Bulldogs to push the lead out to 14 midway through the second half courtesy of Zac Woolford’s boot.

    But Penrith finally got on the board with 15 to go when Christian Crichton streaked 80 metres to score in the right corner to give the away side a sniff at 14-4.

    However that was the closest Penrith got and the loss may prove even more costly than keeping in touch with the top four after both Darren Nicholls and Sitaleki Akauola were placed on report in the closing minutes of the game.

    The 14-4 win sees the Bulldogs consolidate their spot in the top eight as they now take on in-form Illawarra at Belmore Sports Ground next Saturday while at the same time, Penrith will be looking to bounce back at home against the high-flying Mounties.

    Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 14 (T Phillips, L Lewis tries; C Stanley 2, Z Woolford goals) def Penrith Panthers 4 (C Crichton try)


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