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Competition - Intrust Super Premiership NSW
Round - Round 01
Teams – Mounties v Panthers
Date – 5th of March 2016
Venue – GIO Stadium, Canberra ACT
Photographer – Mark Nolan
Description –

Results | Intrust Super Premiership NSW Round 5

Mounties 50 (K Ottio 3, Z Santo, A Clydesdale, J Kennedy, C Priest, S Duggan, M Kennedy tries; S Williams 7 goals) def Illawarra 16 (S Nona, S Coster, A McCarthy tries; S Nona 2 goals)

Read the Illawarra v Mounties match report.

Newtown 38 (J Gagan 2, M Brown, J Drew, D Fifita, M McIlwrick, F Brown tries; F Brown 4, J Graham goals) def Wests Tigers 14 (C Peni, J Liddle, J Marshall-King tries; J Drinkwater goal)

Read the Newtown v Wests Tigers match report.

Penrith 50 (J Hall 2, S Clune 2, A Heffernan, G Jennings, C Smith, Z Dockar-Clay, M Place tries; J Hall 7 goals) def Manly 12 (A Fonua-Blake 2 tries; H Pratt 2 goals)

Read the Manly v Penrith match report.

Wyong 28 (J Burgess, D Reardon, O Slaimankhel, A Papalii, Z Tetevano tries; T Cornish 4 goals) def Canterbury 22 (T Phillips, M Makatoa, G Clark, E Sukkar tries; K Holland 3 goals)

Read the Wyong v Canterbury match report.

Wentworthville 26 (S Schulte 2, C King, R O'Brien, L Kelly tries; M Cornish 3 goals) def NZ Warriors 14 (K Maumalo, C Nicoll-Klokstad, M Niukore tries; M Lino goal)

Read the Wentworthville v NZ Warriors match report.

North Sydney 24 (T Tasi 3, S Talakai tries; E Levido 4 goals) def Newcastle 10 (M Uta, L Fitzgibbon tries; B Donavan goal)

Read the North Sydney v Newcastle match report.

 

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