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RED AND BLACK REPORT 2019: EDITION NO.15

RED AND BLACK REPORT 2019: EDITION NO.15

Each week the Red and Black Report will keep you up to date with how our Canterbury Rugby League products are performing in Australia’s elite and lower-grade competitions.

 

NRL

Despite the Warriors’ heart-breaking 19-18 golden point loss to Penrith on Sunday, Jazz Tevaga produced a mighty performance.

The Burnham Chevaliers junior started at lock for just the second time in his NRL career and responded with a team-high 50 tackles and led the Warriors’ forwards with 184 metres. Both were season-high tallies for Tevaga.

Fellow Chevaliers product Kodi Nikorima made 13 runs for 73 metres and 17 tackles, but the five-eighth largely struggled to spark the Warriors’ faltering attack.

 

CANTERBURY CUP NSW

Matt McIlwrick started at hooker in Wentworthville Magpies’ 38-34 win over Mounties. The Halswell old boy is contracted to Parramatta but is yet to receive an NRL call-up from the club.

 

INTRUST SUPER CUP QLD

Ex-Northern Bulldogs star Sheldon Pitama had 48 minutes of game-time off the bench in Redcliffe Dolphins’ 14-10 win over previously unbeaten Sunshine Coast Falcons. The utility made a line-break, 66 metres and 26 tackles in a strong performance.

JERSEY FLEGG CUP (NSW U20s)

Joseph Taipari scored a try in Parramatta Eels’ 26-22 loss to Victoria Thunderbolts in Round 15 and featured at five-eighth again in a 28-16 defeat to Canberra Raiders on Sunday.

Daniel Sakisi started at prop in Canterbury Bulldogs’ Jersey Flegg wins over the Warriors and Cronulla over the past fortnight. Sua Ailoilo returned on the Bulldogs bench for the Sharks clash.

 

HASTINGS DEERING COLTS (QLD U20s)

Wynnum Manly Seagulls wing mainstay Jalen Tangiiti-Turner played in Saturday’s 28-20 victory over Central Queensland Capras.

Centre Daejarn Asi scored a try in Townsville Blackhawks’ 36-10 thrashing of Tweed Heads Seagulls. Zinzan Martin featured on the wing and Griffin Neame came off the bench for the fourth-placed Blackhawks.

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