Round 14 Round Up

July 27th 2015

2015 NRL WA Smarter than Smoking Premiership Round 14

Joondalup Giants v Willagee Bears – In an entertaining game both teams had opportunities to stamp their dominance however the Giants were able to exert sustained pressure for longer and came away with a solid 58 – 20 win over a Bears outfit that is improving week to week.

Rockingham Sharks v South Perth Lions – In a lopsided encounter South Perth scored 60 unanswered points with an emphatic victory over Rockingham. Keeping their top spot on the ladder the Lions outclassed the Sharks and will look to maintain this form heading into the business end of the season, while the Sharks will be looking to hit back after a disappointing loss.

Fremantle Roosters v Kalamunda Bulldogs – Fremantle scored a resounding 68 -24 win over Kalamunda and in doing so claimed second place on the ladder. In a game where the Roosters dominated, the Bulldogs showed glimpses of form but the Roosters were too classy and in the end easily accounted for the Bulldogs.

Round 13 Round Up

2015 NRLWA Smarter than Smoking Premiership  Round 13

Joondalup Giants v Kalamunda Bulldogs – After twenty minutes into the game Kalamunda had raced to an 18 – 4 lead, something clicked for the Giants which saw them fight back to go into half time only 2 points down with the scoreline being a close 18 – 16 still in the Bulldogs favour.

In what was a fluctuating second half, Joondalup eventually ran out the winners courtesy of a late try to take the game in a hard fought 34 -30 win.

Willagee Bears v Rockingham Sharks – After some tough losses of late Willagee put on a better showing in front of their home crowd showing some true mettle they held their own and ensured they kept the Sharks honest. However the Sharks responded to outclass the Bears and in the end ran out with a convincing 42 – 16 win.

South Perth Lions v North Beach Sea Eagles – South Perth bounced back to winning form and kept their top spot on the ladder with a comfortable victory over the Sea Eagles. Keeping North Beach try less for the majority of the game, the Lions let in a late four pointer which saw the final scoreline of 24 – 4.

Round 12 Recap

2015 NRLWA Smarter than Smoking Premiership Round 12 – MEN OF LEAGUE ROUND

Fremantle dominated early against South Perth as they jumped out to a 16-0 lead at home.
Possession levelled out and the Lions managed to get within 6 points. However the Roosters were too strong in the second half, sending a message to the competition with a 34-20 victory, which is South Perth’s first loss of the season.

Joondalup travelled to Rockingham desperate for victory to try and stay in touch with the top 4, however after leading most of the match the Sharks rounded them up 36-32.

In the final match of the round North Beach comfortably took care of the Willagee Bears 64-12 in front of their home crowd.

 

ALL RESULTS

First Grade
Fremantle 34 bt South Perth 20
Rockingham 36 bt Joondalup 32
North Beach 64 bt Willagee  12

Reserve Grade
South Perth 26 bt Fremantle 22
North Beach 60 bt Willagee 6
Joondalup 28 bt Rockingham 26
South West 18 bt Kalamunda 8

Third Grade
South Perth 50 bt Fremantle 10
Rockingham 58 bt Joondalup 8
South West 60 bt Kalamunda 0

Under 18’s
South Perth 60 bt Fremantle 22
North Beach bt Kalamunda (fft)
Rockingham 74 bt Joondalup 6

Women’s Leaguetag
Fremantle 16 bt South Perth 10
Joondalup 28 bt Rockingham 0
Kalamunda 4 bt South West 0

First Grade Standings

  1. South Perth – 21
  2. Rockingham – 19
  3. Fremantle – 18
  4. North Beach – 18
  5. Joondalup – 8
  6. Kalamunda – 6
  7. Willagee – 4

Round 11 Recap

BEACH BIG SECOND HALF

North Beach have scored 34 unanswered points in the second half against the Giants at Admiral Park. Joondalup led 22-6 at half time and had everything to play for, however North produced a stunning comeback to defeat the luckless Giants 40-22.

Fremantle have continued their fine run of form taking down Willagee in the local derby 74-4, this sets up a huge game against ladder leaders South Perth next weekend.

In the final match of the round, Rockingham bounced back from two consecutive loses to comfortable defeat the Bulldogs at Pioneer Park 54-20.

 

Third Grade
Joondalup 20 North Beach 10

Under 18’s
Rockingham 78 Kalamunda 6

Women’s Leaguetag
Willagee 8 Fremantle 4
Rockingham 18 Kalamunda 8
South Perth 14 South West 0

 

The NRLWA Referees Course scheduled for this Saturday 4th July has been CANCELLED due to lack of numbers confirmed to attend.