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Shute Shield 2016

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Hugh Jarse

Rocky Elsom (76)
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Round 18 Results

Intrust Shute Shield (1st Grade)
Eastern Suburbs 34 Southern Districts 36
Gordon 17 Eastwood 42
Northern Suburbs 24 Manly 23
Penrith 29 West Harbour 36
Randwick 20 Warringah 34 (Warringah gain the Sir Roden Cutler VC Shield)
Sydney University 35 Parramatta 12
Minor Premiers: Sydney University


Colin Caird Shield (2nd Grade)
Eastern Suburbs 28 Southern Districts 14
Gordon 12 Eastwood 59
Northern Suburbs 7 Manly 35
Penrith 12 West Harbour 44
Randwick 34 Warringah 17
Sydney University 27 Parramatta 28
Minor Premiers: Eastern Suburbs


Henderson Shield (3rd Grade)
Eastern Suburbs 32 Southern Districts 23
Gordon 0 Eastwood 53
Northern Suburbs 32 Manly 15
Penrith 17 West Harbour 24
Randwick 24 Warringah 36
Sydney University 41 Parramatta 21
Minor Premiers: Sydney University


Henderson Cup (4th Grade)
Eastern Suburbs 5 Southern Districts 11
Gordon 0 Eastwood 77
Northern Suburbs 34 Manly 13
Penrith 17 West Harbour 17
Randwick 23 Warringah 15
Sydney University 24 Parramatta 7
Minor Premiers: Northern Suburbs


Next Weeks Fixtures
Intrust Shute Shield (1st Grade) Qualifying Finals
Sydney University v Eastwood
Southern Districts v Randwick
Northern Suburbs v Warringah

Colin Caird Shield (2nd Grade) Qualifying Finals
Eastern Suburbs v Warringah
Eastwood v Sydney University
Randwick v Manly

Henderson Shield (3rd Grade) Qualifying Finals
Sydney University v Manly
Warringah v Northern Suburbs
Eastwood v Eastern Suburbs

Henderson Cup (4th Grade) Qualifying Finals
Eastern Suburbs v Southern Districts
Sydney University v Randwick
Northern Suburbs v Eastwood
 

Hugh Jarse

Rocky Elsom (76)
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Sir Roden Cutler VC Shield Challenge History 2016

2015 Holders Manly
1st Challenge Round 4 Sydney University defeat Manly
2nd Challenge Round 5 West Harbour defeat Sydney University
3rd Challenge Round 7 Randwick defeat West Harbour
4th Challenge Round 9 Randwick defeat Eastern Suburbs
5th Challenge Round 11 Southern Districts defeat Randwick
6th Challenge Round 13 Southern Districts defeat Eastwood
7th Challenge Round 12 Southern Districts defeat West Harbour (Deferred game & played after Round 13 fixture)
8th Challenge Round 16 Randwick defeat Southern Districts
9th Challenge Round 18 Warringah defeat Randwick

Warringah will retain the Sir Roden Cutler VC Shield until Season 2017
 

Hugh Jarse

Rocky Elsom (76)
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2016 Gregor George Cup (Club Championship) Result:

There are a maximum of 215 points available to a club each week, based on all 7 club teams winning with a 4 try BP and the target to win is >3000 points which was achieved by 3 clubs in 2014 and the 2015 winner was on 2905 points. In 2014 the difference between 1st and 2nd was only 33 points, with 3rd only 52 points further back. In 2015 there was only 49 points between 1st and 2nd, with 3rd place 113 points further back.

Sydney University, 3087 points
Northern Suburbs, 2733 points
Randwick, 2730 points
Eastwood, 2645 points
Eastern Suburbs, 2544 points
Southern Districts, 2402 points
Warringah, 2323 points
Manly, 2181 points*
Gordon, 1236 points*
Parramatta, 1162 points
West Harbour, 984 points
Penrith, 203 points

How the Club Championship table is calculated.
The competition points from the individual competitions are multiplied by the following factors and then added together.
First Grade - 15
Second Grade - 8
Third Grade - 5
Fourth Grade - 4
Colts 1 - 6
Colts 2 - 3
Colts 3 - 2


http://rugby.fusesport.com/rugby/results/external/summaryladder.asp?ladder=1167&OrgID=010100


* Result from Highlanders v MMM in Colts 2 to come (Could be up to 15 points difference to the above scores).


2016 Club Champions
Sydney University
 

Hugh Jarse

Rocky Elsom (76)
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Forshaw park usually hosts the Colts Finals Series each week,

If they host 4 Grade QF next week, then Colts will be looking for a venue for their Saturday games.

Given above, I reckon:
Uni 2 Oval
Uni v Woodies (1)
Woodies v Uni (2)
Uni v MMM (3)
Uni v Wix (4)

Forshaw
Hobbits v Wix (1)
Wix v MMM (2)
Woodies v Beasts (3)
Beasts v Hobbits (4)

NSO
Shoremen v Rats (1)
Beasts v Rats (2)
Rats v Shoremen (3)
Shoremen v Woodies (4)
 

Eyes and Ears

Colin Windon (37)
Colts is at Chatswood Oval on Saturday and Forshaw on Sunday while Grade is at Uni and Forshaw on Saturday and North Sydney on Sunday.


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lily

Vay Wilson (31)
How is it possible for the Norths halfback to drop the ball at the back of the ruck and it be ruled a knock back. This occurred after the bell. Halfback even dobbed himself in by looking at the referee.
 

Dave Beat

Paul McLean (56)
Congrats to all the finalists - I said with a round to go I reckon the team placed 5, 6, 7th can win it - yesterdays games proves that could be possible.

Another game in which we were ahead at full time - 25 phases later. Nobody can say the Marlins didn't put in 80 plus minutes yesterday - the scoreboard reflected the tightness of the game.

I think Woods will take it, and i hope it's a Woods v Rats final.

Fishing season.
 

The Galah

Darby Loudon (17)
Colts is at Chatswood Oval on Saturday and Forshaw on Sunday while Grade is at Uni and Forshaw on Saturday and North Sydney on Sunday.


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That being the case both the Woodies and MMM's have a problem with reserves for 2nd grade.

There is no prospect of swapping games and given colts games equally no chance of moving NSO to the Saturday and Forshaw to Sunday. I think I am correct on that ?
 

Dave Beat

Paul McLean (56)
How is it possible for the Norths halfback to drop the ball at the back of the ruck and it be ruled a knock back. This occurred after the bell. Halfback even dobbed himself in by looking at the referee.

Yeah just rewatched it saw that - in the context of the game and the season there were some howlers compared to that that went against us. An example would be Kotoni's pilfer against Easts and Pulvers hide and seek behind his own player moments later in the same game. Yesterdays knock on yeah shit happens
 

Hugh Jarse

Rocky Elsom (76)
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Who is up for the 2016 Awards?
2015 SRU Awards Details

2015 Catchpole Medal for Player of the Year: David HORWITZ (Randwick)
Finallists:
· David HORWITZ (Randwick) 22 votes
· Hamish ANGUS (Warringah) 21 votes
· Will MILLER (Northern Suburbs) 21 votes
. David HICKEY (Sydney University) 18 votes
· Terry PRESTON (Gordon) 18 votes
· Ben VOLAVOLA (Southern Districts) 18 votes
· Ben BATGER (Eastwood) 15 votes
· Matt LUCAS (Manly) 15 votes
· Jai AYOUB (Eastwood) 14 votes
· Jed HOLLAWAY (Southern Districts) 12 votes

Dave Brockhoff Medal Coach of the Year: Simon CRON (Northern Suburbs)
Finallists:
· Damien CUMMINS (Manly)
· John MANENTI (Eastwood)
· Matt BARR (Southern Districts)
· Simon CRON (Northern Suburbs)

Dick Byres Medal Referee of the Year: Ian SMITH
Finallists
· Andrew LEES
· Ian SMITH
· James LECKIE
· Tim WILLS

Shute Shield Rookie of the Year Award: Kelly MEAFUA (West Harbour)
Finallists
· Josh KAY (Northern Suburbs)
· Kelly MEAFUA (West Harbour)
· Reece HODGE (Manly)
· Will MUNRO (Randwick)

More detail here: http://www.nswrugby.com.au/News/New...eID/15901/HORWITZ-CLAIMS-CATCHPOLE-MEDAL.aspx
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Player on the year is wide open given the closeness of the competition this year. Perhaps Hamish Angus, Jai Ayoub or Jake Gordon.

Coach of the Year. Tim Davidson will be there or thereabouts. Maybe Simon Cron to go back to back as COTY.

Referee:?

Rookie: Christian Kagiassis, Ed Craig, or Nick Kellaway.
 

the coach

Bob Davidson (42)
Jake Gordon is my pick for POTY
Simon Cron COTY
Nick Kellaway for rookie (but I obviously saw a lot more of him)
 

Hugh Jarse

Rocky Elsom (76)
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What Waratahs can we expect to see parachuted into finals?

The odds on the Wix going deep into the series will depend on supplementation from Moore Park.

Against the Woodies, The Corporation may need some assistance from their paratroopers. Although, if beaten, as the minor premier they have another life in week 2 as the highest ranked loser.
 

Dave Beat

Paul McLean (56)
Sir Roden Cutler Shield spends another off season on the beaches :) .
Wish it was a bit further South - but hey the beaches will do me.
 

JFT

Frank Nicholson (4)
Saturday Grade – Sydney University Football Field
Competition, Kick-off, Teams
4th Grade, 10:15, Sydney University v Randwick
3rd Grade, 11:40, Sydney University v Manly
2nd Grade, 13:15, Eastwood v Sydney University
1st Grade, 15:00, Sydney University v Eastwood

Saturday Grade – Forshaw Rugby Park
Competition, Kick-off, Teams
4th Grade, 10:15, Eastern Suburbs v Southern Districts
3rd Grade, 11:40, Warringah v Northern Suburbs
2nd Grade, 13:15, Eastern Suburbs v Warringah
1st Grade, 15:00, Southern Districts v Randwick

Sunday Grade – North Sydney Oval
Competition, Kick-off, Teams
4th Grade, 10:15, Northern Suburbs v Eastwood
3rd Grade, 11:40, Eastwood v Eastern Suburbs
2nd Grade, 13:15, Randwick v Manly
1st Grade, 15:00, Northern Suburbs v Warringah


Saturday Colts – Chatswood Oval
Competition, Kick-off, Teams
Colts 3, 09:00, Eastwood v Eastern Suburbs
Colts 3, 10:30, Sydney University v Southern Districts
Colts 2, 12:00, Sydney University v Eastwood
Colts 1, 13:40, Sydney University v Eastwood
Colts 1, 15:30, Gordon v Northern Suburbs

Sunday Colts – Forshaw Rugby Park
Competition, Kick-off, Teams
Colts 3, 10:00, Randwick v Northern Suburbs
Colts 2, 11:30, Northern Suburbs v Gordon
Colts 2, 13:10, Randwick v Southern Districts
Colts 1, 15:00, Randwick v Eastern Suburbs
 

John S

Alex Ross (28)
Any idea on what is being televised? Will Seven do same as least year, and show the two "better" quarters, both semis and the final?

Admittedly, I've taped last weeks game, and haven't had a chance to watch it.
 

the coach

Bob Davidson (42)
NSWRU website now has the details and it shows Wicks v Southern (Sat) and Norths v Rats (Sunday) kicking off at 3:10pm so they must be the televised games this weekend. Assume they will do both SFs next weekend.
 

wamberal

Nick Farr-Jones (63)
What Waratahs can we expect to see parachuted into finals?

The odds on the Wix going deep into the series will depend on supplementation from Moore Park.

Against the Woodies, The Corporation may need some assistance from their paratroopers. Although, if beaten, as the minor premier they have another life in week 2 as the highest ranked loser.


Look forward to seeing Tilse in the front row. As if. Ha, ha, ha.
 
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