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Competition - Intrust Super Premiership Round - Round 03 Teams - Newcastle Knights V Mounties - 19th of March 2016 Venue - Hunter Stadium, Broadmeadow, Newcastle NSW Photographer - Paul Barkley

Results | Intrust Super Premiership NSW Rd 4

Newtown 26 (J Gagan 2, M Houma, A Taumata, M Evans, K Capewell tries; M Brown goal) def Manly-Warringah 20 (H Pratt 2, A Koroisau, D Kelly tries; A Koroisau 2 goals)

Read the Manly vs Newtown match report.

Wests Tigers 32 (J Wheelhouse 2, J Grant, J Marshall-King, T Cassell, J Drinkwater tries; J Drinkwater 4 goals) def Canterbury 14 (B Abbey, T Philips, K Holland tries; K Holland goal)

Read the Wests Tigers vs Canterbury match report.

Mounties 18 (M Barnett, K Ottio, L Bateman tries; C Phelps, S Duggan, M Kennedy goals) def North Sydney 16 (P Siolo, E Murphy, T Tasi tries; E Levido 2 goals)

Read the Mounties vs North Sydney match report.

Wyong Roos 36 (P Afu, J Toomey-White, C Centrone, O Slaimankhel, J Burgess, C Doyle-Manga tries; T Cornish 6 goals) bt Warriors 20 (K Maumalo 3, U Poching tries; A Hingano 2 goals)

Read the Warriors vs Wyong match report

Illawarra Cutters 46 (C Lewis 2, T Milne 2, Hutchinson, K Fai Fai Loa, I Thompson, A Quinlan tries; S Nona 7 goals) bt Penrith Panthers 18 (M Place, M Leota, S Akauola tries; J Hall 3)

Read the Cutters v Panthers match report

Newcastle Knights 22 (T Vailea, W Pearsall, D Kerr, J Feeney tries; B Donovan 3 goals) bt Wentworthville Magpies 14 (S Schulte 2, B Faraimo tries; L Kelly goal)

Read the Magpies v Knights match report

 

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