South Perth Lions v Fremantle Roosters
In the tussle of the top two teams South Perth Lions gained the upper hand early leading Fremantle Roosters 22 – 6 into halftime. Trying to play their way back into the game Fremantle continued to test the defensive effort of the Lions throughout the second half but the Lions were up to the task never letting the Roosters gain any momentum.
The fulltime score of 30 – 16 sees South Perth with a week off and heading into consecutive Grand Finals. While Fremantle will look to regroup and forge ahead into next weeks Preliminary final.

Rockingham Sharks v North Beach Sea Eagles
Playing under lights and in front of their home crowd Rockingham took full advantage of the conditions to be in front 18 – 0 at halftime. Responding to the challenge the Sea Eagles were better in the second half but the Sharks absorbed any pressure North Beach were able to mount and ran out winners 34 – 20 to keep their season alive and progress through to next week.

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Saturday 29th August 2015 – Semi Finals Kick Off
Venue – George Burnett Park, Karawara (1 v 2)

Women’s                 10.00am  Field 1   Willagee Bears          v      Fremantle Roosters
Third Grade            11.10am   Field 1   South Perth Lions    v      Rockingham Sharks
Under 18’s              12.30pm  Field 1   South Perth Lions     v      Rockingham Sharks
Reserve Grade        2.00pm   Field 1   Rockingham Sharks v      South Perth Lions
First Grade              3.30pm   Field 1   South Perth Lions     v      Fremantle Roosters

Venue – Franklin Offshore Sportsplex, Port Kennedy (3 v 4)

Under 18’s              12.00pm  Field 1  Fremantle Roosters   v   Joondalup Giants
Women’s                 1.30pm    Field 1  Joondalup Giants       v   South Perth Lions
Third Grade            2.40pm   Field 1  Joondalup Giants       v   North Beach Sea Eagles
Reserve Grade        4.00pm   Field 1  Nth Beach Sea Eagles v  Joondalup Giants
First Grade              5.30pm   Field 1   Rockingham Sharks   v  Nth Beach Sea Eagles

West Coast Pirates
2016 SG Ball Trials
Trials will be held on Wednesday 16th September – 5pm sign on

        and Wednesday 23rd September – (invitation only)
Venue – North Beach Rugby League Club, Charles Riley Reserve
(off, Kitchener St North Beach)

Please bring your own
 Shorts and socks
– Boots
– Mouthguard

All players wanting to trial MUST complete the online form before the 13th September.
Any changes will be communicated through the NRL WA website and Facebook.

https://peakbody.wufoo.com/forms/snobiua05k64gi/

 

 

 

Round 18 Recap

NRL WA Smarter than Smoking Premiership 2015

North Beach Sea Eagles v Joondalup Giants – In a very physical encounter both teams fought hard for ascendency throughout the match. With only two points separating them and down to the final minutes of the game a 75 metre runaway try sealed the win for North Beach taking the honours 24 – 16.

Rockingham Sharks v Kalamunda Bulldogs – The Sharks were in full control and honed their skills with semi finals looming to take the victory 84 – 24 over the Bulldogs. Showing improvement Kalamunda were solid at times but unable to match it with Rockingham who cruised to a comprehensive win.

Fremantle Roosters v Willagee Bears – Fremantle played their uncompromising brand of footy to take an emphatic 94 – 6 win over Willagee. The Roosters dominated across the board, which made it a hard day for the Bears who were unable to make much of an impact on one of the competition heavy weights.

Interested in Playing Rugby League while you are at School?

Darling Range Sports College, with support from the NRL WA and NRL Game Development offer a Rugby League Program for students interested in playing “the greatest game of all”.

The program will be available for both boys and girls, as the Program will incorporate both NRL & NRL Touch.

Trials will be taking place for current year 6 and 7 students, on Friday 28th August from 9am – 11am at Darling Range Sports College.

http://darlingrangesc.wa.edu.au/rugby-league-trials/