Storm sign talented Fijian forward

Tui Kamikamica

He came close to a taste of what first-grade action may have been like in the past but that did not materialise. For Tui Kamikamica, he will have another chance to work hard for first-grade, after signing with the Melbourne Storm until the end of the 2018 season.

Tui, whose full name is Erevonu, had a brief stint with the Parramatta Eels a few years ago in their Holden Cup system and for their feeder team, the Wentworthville Magpies.

At present, Kamikamica now plays for the Sunshine Coast Falcons and will continue to play for the club for the remainder of the year before relocating to Melbourne.

The 22-year old recently played for Fiji in the Pacific Test and has received glowing praise from Craig Ingebrigtsen.

“He is the hardest working young man I have ever witnessed play the game at this level,” Falcons coach Craig Ingebrigtsen said.

“Tui is always trying to improve his game on and off the field, he really values the jersey he plays in each week and genuinely cares for the playing group he plays with.

“A great advertisement to any aspiring player who wants something, if you work hard enough someone will find you and give you the opportunity to realise your dreams.”

Cowboys centre signs new deal

Kane Linnett

One of several off-contract players out North Queensland way, they have one less to worry about now, with Kane Linnnet re-signing with the Cowboys for a further two seasons.

Linnett, 27, originally from Shellharbour in NSW, says he is excited to continue his tenure with the Cowboys.

“I always wanted to stay here. When I came up from the Roosters at the start of 2012, I haven’t looked back and have thoroughly enjoyed playing with such great teammates and in such a settled environment,” Linnett said.

“This is a fantastic club to play for, and the recent success we’ve had adds to that enjoyment.

“I’ve also settled well into the North Queensland lifestyle, having made some great friends away from footy as well.”

Praised by all involved with the club, Linnett has been a mainstay of their side for several years now. General Manager of Football Peter Parr was one to give that praise to Linnett.

“Kane’s ultra-consistent, very professional and a vital member of our team,” Parr said.

“We’ve worked very hard to retain as many players as possible, and we’re pleased Kane has chosen to remain with us.

“We’d like to think we create an environment which gives players the opportunity to play the best footy of their careers, and with blokes like Kane, Antonio and Lachlan, I think you’ll find that’s the case.”

Tigers vice-captain signs new deal

Chris Lawrence

One of the Wests Tigers best players of the modern era, Chris Lawrence has had the ups and the downs during his time at the club.

But in a boost for both Lawrence and the club moving forward, the Tigers vice-captain has signed a new 3-year deal with the club.

The 27-year old made his club debut in 2006 and since then, has played in 175 games in Wests Tigers colours and sits on 72 total tries – second on the Tigers all-time list.

With an aim to become a one-club man, Lawrence is pleased to have re-signed with the club.

“It’s very exciting to re-sign with the Club for the next three years,” Lawrence said.

“I’m really pleased to be able to stay at Wests Tigers and hopefully I can become a one-Club player.

“It’s a really good group of players here at Wests Tigers, we are tight bunch of guys and all get on with each other really well, so I’m looking forward to continuing that over the next few years.

“I’ve really enjoyed the vice-captaincy role this year, I definitely see myself as a leader in this group as it’s a pretty young squad.”

2016 marked the first year that Lawrence has become a back-rower and he admits that he still has much to learn about the role and wants to keep getting better.

“On an individual level, this is my first year as a full-time back rower, so I really want to grow and develop my game in that position – hopefully I can keep improving with each game I play there,” Lawrence said.

“From a team perspective, I want to get Wests Tigers back into the top eight, and the top four, because that’s where we should be,” he said.

Lawrence does work for the club both on and off the field and his exhaustive efforts drew praise from Wests Tigers CEO, Justin Pascoe.

“Chris is an excellent ambassador for the Wests Tigers’ brand,” Pascoe said.

“He is a very hard-working individual, both on and off the field, so we are very pleased to have him commit to the Club for three more seasons.

“Chris is a great leader amongst the playing group and is very active in the Wests Tigers’ community, including the important role he plays as one of the Club’s beyondblue ambassadors,” he said.

Those sentiments were echoed by Tigers coach, Jason Taylor.

“Chris is an absolute pleasure to have at the Club,” Taylor said.

“He’s an out and out professional who turns up every day and prepares himself in the absolute best possible way. He sets a great example for the younger players at the Club and we are very happy and excited about the future with Chris continuing to be one of our leaders.

“The thing with Chris is that he puts his body on the line every single week and plays with every ounce of energy that he has.

“His move to the backrow has been a really positive one, he has enjoyed it, and he is actually getting better as time goes on when it comes to knowing that role,” he said.

Change of clubs works out as Tigers back-rower re-signs

Michael Chee-Kam

For some players, a change of clubs is the best thing that can happen to them and that was the case for Michael Chee-Kam.

Starting out at Manly, he seemed destined for bigger things but form and injury got in the way. A move to the Wests Tigers then happened and that has proven to be a great blessing for the back-rower.

Just recently, he made his club debut and with two full games for the Tigers under his belt, he is pleased to extend his stay with the club for a further year.

“I’m really excited to get another year with the boys, especially with this great Club,” Chee Kam said.

“They gave me the opportunity last year to sign with them and now I’m repaying the faith by staying around and putting my best foot forward.”

Since joining the club, Chee-Kam has felt right at home and has enjoyed the transition.

“Everyone has been really welcoming, right across the whole the club, there is a great bunch of people at Wests Tigers,” he said.

“Everyone is talking about team and I think that goes across the whole Club – everyone has been welcoming and I’ve really enjoyed playing footy again.”

Tigers coach Jason Taylor has had a close eye on Chee-Kam and praised his ability and form.

“Michael has been a great addition to our roster this season,” Taylor said. “He has worked really hard during pre-season and I’m really excited that he has re-signed for another year.

“Michael is a pleasure to have a the Club and it’s a great sign for the future of Wests Tigers that we have players like him wanting to stay here,” he said.

Warriors confirm release of Hurrell

Konrad Hurrell

Having played minimal footy this year, the New Zealand Warriors have made the decision to release Konrad Hurrell from the remainder of his contract.

Playing in just three games so far this season, Hurrell has fallen down the pecking order and the club felt it was the right move to allow him to search for new horizons and new challenges.

“After discussions between Konrad, his management (Inventus Sports) and us we’ve reached a mutual agreement for him to be released now,” said Vodafone Warriors managing director Jim Doyle.

“We would like to thank Konrad for his contribution since coming into our development system. He has been a popular member of the club and we wish him all the best for the future.”

Hurrell, 24, played in a total of 71 games for the Warriors and leaves the club with good memories and great friends.

“I will always be thankful to the Vodafone Warriors for all they have done for me and the way they have helped me develop as a rugby league player,” he said.

“I’m grateful to all the boys I have played alongside, all the people at the club and also the members and fans.”

NRL Teams Rd 12

Almost halfway through the regular season already, can you believe it! The first of the major bye rounds is this week as Origin looms just around the corner. With only eight teams set to play this week, they have a chance to keep momentum going or to regain form. Just who will get the wins in this shortened week.

Brisbane Broncos v Wests Tigers (#NRLbriwst); Friday May 27; Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane. Kick-off: 7:50pm.

Broncos: 1. Jordan Kahu 2. Greg Eden 3. Jack Reed 4. James Roberts 5. Lachlan Maranta 6. Anthony Milford 7. Ben Hunt 8. Joe Ofahengaue 9. Andrew McCullough 10. Adam Blair (C) 11. Alex Glenn 12. Jaydn Su’A 13. Jarrod Wallace.

Interchange: 14. Jai Arrow 15. Herman Ese’ese 16. Tevita Pangai Jr. 17. Kodi Nikorima.

Coach: Wayne Bennett.

Tigers: 1. Jordan Rankin 2. David Nofoaluma 3. Tim Simona 4. Kevin Naiqama 5. Josh Addo-Carr 6. Mitch Moses 7. Luke Brooks 8. Tim Grant 9. Dene Halatau 10. Ava Seumanufagai 11. Josh Aloiai 12. Chris Lawrence (C) 13. Elijah Taylor.

Interchange: 14. Sauaso Sue 15. Matt Ballin 16. Kyle Lovett 17. JJ Felise 18. Michael Chee-Kam (One to be omitted).

Coach: Jason Taylor.

St George Illawarra Dragons v North Queensland Cowboys (#NRLsginql); Saturday May 28; WIN Jubilee Stadium, Wollongong. Kick-off: 7:30pm.

Dragons: 1. Jason Nightignale 2. Kalifa Fai Fai Loa 3. Euan Aitken 4. Tim Lafai 5. Kurt Mann 6. Gareth Widdop (C) Benji Marshall 8. Leeson Ah Mau 9. Mitch Rein 10. Russell Packer 11. Jake Marketo 12. Joel Thompson 13. Jack de Belin.

Interchange: 14. Jacob Host 15. Dunamis Lui 16. Siliva Havili 17. Will Matthews 19. Josh McCrone (One to be omitted).

Coach: Paul McGregor.

Cowboys: 1. Lachlan Coote 2. Kyle Feldt 3. Javid Bowen 4. Kane Linnett 5. Antonio Winterstein 6. Jahrome Hughes 7. Ray Thompson 8. Ben Hannant 9. Jake Granville 10. Scott Bolton 11. Gavin Cooper (C) 12. Ethan Lowe 13. Jason Taumalolo.

Interchange: 14. Rory Kostjaysn 15. John Asiata 16. Coen Hess 17. Patrick Kaufusi.

Coach: Paul Green.

Canberra Raiders v Canterbury Bulldogs (#NRLcancby); Sunday May 29; GIO Stadium, Canberra. Kick-off: 4pm.

Raiders: 1. Jack Wighton 2. Edrick Lee 3. Jarrod Croker (C) 4. Joey Leilua 5. Jordan Rapana 6. Blake Austin 7. Aidan Sezer 8. Shannon Boyd 9. Josh Hodgson 10. Paul Vaughan 11. Sia Soliola 12. Elliott Whitehead 13. Shaun Fensom.

Interchange: 14. Kurt Baptiste 15. Jeff Lima 16. Clay Priest 17. Joseph Tapine.

Coach: Ricky Stuart.

Bulldogs: 1. Sam Perrett 2. Curtis Rona 3. Josh Morris 4. Kerrod Holland 5. Tyrone Phillips 6. Josh Reynolds 7. Moses Mbye 8. Aiden Tolman 9. Michael Lichaa 10. James Graham (C) 11. Raymond Faitala-Mariner 12. Greg Eastwood 13. Tim Browne.

Interchange: 14. Sam Kasiano 15. Adam Elliott 16. Danny Fualalo 17. Craig Garvey.

Coach: Des Hasler.

Newcastle Knights v Parramatta Eels (#NRLnewpar); Monday May 30; Hunter Stadium, Newcastle. Kick-off: 7pm.

Knights: 1. Jake Mamo 2. Cory Denniss 3. Sione Mata’utia 4. Nathan Ross 5. Akuila Uate 6. Jaelen Feeney 7. Trent Hodkinson 8. Sam Mataora 9. Danny Levi 10. Daniel Saifiti 11. Tariq Sims 12. Pauli Pauli 13. Jeremy Smith (C).

Interchange: 14. Tyler Randell 15. Korbin Sims 16. Josh King 17. Mickey Paea 18. David Bhana 19. Pat Mata’utia (Two to be omitted).

Coach: Nathan Brown.

Eels: 1. Michael Gordon 2. Semi Radradra 3. Vai Toutai 4. Brad Takairangi 5. Clint Gutherson 6. Corey Norman 7. Kieran Foran (C) 8. Junior Paulo 9. Issac De Gois 10. Danny Wicks 11. Manu Ma’u 12. Beau Scott 13. Tepai Moeroa.

Interchange: 14. Kaysa Pritchard 15. Peni Tereo 16. David Gower 17. Kenny Edwards.

Coach: Brad Arthur.

Defence the name of the game as Storm grind out win over Eels

Suliasi Vunivalu

Joining us today to write a match report on lats night’s game is passionate Eels fan and Twitter user @troypod78. He casts his eye over what happened, all the key moments and what led to the eventual win for the Storm.

In front of a crowd of 8941 at Pirtek Stadium, Melbourne have come away 18-6 winners over the home team, the Parramatta Eels.

Melbourne scored the first try of the match through Vunivalu after receiving a penalty which gave them great field position. Cameron Smith failed with the conversion and the score remained 4 nil.

A no try to Cooper Cronk was ruled by the bunker after Cooper was found to have pushed Eels second rower Manu Ma’u in the back.

A crucial blow to the Eels in the 13th minute when captain Beau Scott was forced from the field with a quad cork that was picked up early in the match. He failed to return for the remainder of the game.

A couple of try scoring chances went begging for Parramatta one after a Corey Norman bomb was knocked on by Michael Gordon and another chance went begging after Semi knocked on again from a Norman bomb.

Melbourne fullback Cameron Munster was everywhere in defence for the Storm with try saving tackles and defusing a chip and chase from Gordon and certainly stopping the Eels from scoring on 3 occasions.

In the 33rd minute, a Blake Green kick was caught on the full by Koroibete who scored out wide for the Storm after Gutherson for the Eels was found to be out of position. Smith failed to convert and the Storm were out to 8 nil.

Right before halftime, a penalty to Melbourne after a Parramatta offside play nearly saw the Storm score a third try to Dale Finucane. However, a try saving tackle in a last ditch effort by Manu Mau stopped that and the bunker ruled no try.

Early on in the second half Munster suffered a elbow injury but he had it strapped up, toughed it out and remained on the field.

Despite that injury, Storm coach Craig Bellamy is confident that the injury sustained by Munster is not serious.

“I think he’s ok, I think he’s jarred it or hyper-extended it,” Bellamy said.

“I don’t think it’s anything real serious but having said that he’s a tough kid. For him to stay out there tonight just goes to show how tough he is and how important footy is and his teammates are to him.

“It would have put us in a bit of a hole if we lost him at that stage but he battled on so I’m thinking it’s not too bad and I’d imagine he’d be looking forward to the week off and hopefully he’ll be 100 per cent next game.”

Parramatta then had a few try scoring chances with Gordon being held up over the line and then knocking on, so the pressure was off Melbourne.

In the 54th minute, Semi Radradra was held up over the line again and the score remained 8 nil.

A video ref try was awarded to Vunivalu after there was a suggestion of a double movement but it wasn’t to be. Smith converted and with 15 mins to go, Melbourne went 14 nil in front and were seemingly in control of the game.

Quick hands out to the left saw former Parramatta player Cheyse Blair score out wide to make it 18 nil with 10 mins to go. Smith failed to convert.

In the end, a consolation try to Jennings after a Foran grubber for Parramatta was converted by Gordon to make the final score 18-6.

Melbourne go on to win their 5th game straight whilst Parramatta have now lost 2 in a row, making their task of playing finals footy harder needing to win 12 from 13.

Despite the loss, motivation is still high at the Eels and Brad Arthur is confident that his side can still make the finals.

“No [the finals aren’t gone]; they’ve been made a little bit harder but that can’t be our priority at the moment. It’s got to be next week,” Arthur said.

“We said what the equation was at the start, we need to keep it positive and we still need to keep it positive. We just need to focus on each week.”

Defence wins games and the steely resolve of the Melbourne side impressed coach Bellamy.

“I thought our defence was great tonight. Our ball control in the first half especially was really good. I suppose ruthless is a good word, especially the way we defended,” Bellamy said.

“To hold them to zero until the 79th minute was a tremendous effort. I thought our defence was really urgent tonight and that obviously led the way to win the game.”

Player of the Game:

3. Suliasi Vunivalu
2. Blake Green
1. Michael Gordon

Bulldogs duo sign new long-term deals

Moses Mbye

Speculation was rife about their futures with the club but Canterbury Bulldogs fans will be pleased to see duo Moses Mbye and David Klemmer re-sign new long-term deals.

The duo will stay with the club until the end of the 2020 season, both inking 4-year deals.

Both have come through the club’s junior systems and Mbye, a Noosa Pirates junior, said he had no other destination in mind.

“I love this club,” Mbye said. “They have been everything to me since I first arrived as a skinny little 17-year-old kid.

“The playing group we have, the staff, Des, the members, are all things that contributed to my decision to stay and I’m happy with where we’re all heading.

“I’m really looking forward to knuckling down now, focusing on my footy and giving my all for this famous blue and white jersey.”

It was the same for Klemmer, who said that the blue and white team is for him, having supported the club growing up.

“The Bulldogs is everything to me,” Klemmer said.

“I grew up supporting the club and since I first signed here, it has been the only thing I have known.

“I never really wanted to go anywhere else and to be here, surrounded and playing with these great guys, is where I want to be.”

The club is also pleased, with CEO Raelene Castle looking forward to the continued development for the duo.

“Both of these young athletes have now established themselves as regular first graders,” Castle said.

“To go with that, they are both outstanding role models to all young kids who commit to that by doing an enormous amount of work in the community.

“We believe that the promising start that they have both had to their NRL career can continue and they will be key members of the playing squad for many years to come.”

The future of the club is in good hands and coach Des Hasler also praised the re-signings.

“I’m pleased that both of these young men have decided to stay with the club,” Hasler said.

“It will ensure the future of this club is in good shape on the field.”

David Klemmer

McFadden’s job under pressure as Warriors lose in Taranaki

Josh Hodgson

Joining NRL News to write his first match report is Warriors tragic, Justin Cameron (@NRLIsLife). It’s been a tough year so far for the Warriors and Justin has cast his eye over the game, what went wrong for the Warriors and why the Raiders won.

Another demoralizing loss for the New Zealand Warriors, this time losing 38-12 to the Canberra Raiders. If Andrew McFadden’s job wasn’t already hanging in the balance, well then it certainly is now.

He appears to have lost the dressing room, as the players look disinterested. There is a very apparent lack of effort characterized by many basic errors: dropped ball, passes not going to hand, countless missed tackles (14 in the first half) and the concession of stupid and soft penalties.

Even the ever-dependable Simon Mannering was in on the act – making several uncharacteristic errors. Despite all this, it took until the 18th minute for the Warriors to concede – Blake Austin with the try. All it took was a slight feint and dummy, and Isaac Luke was beaten. And although two defenders appeared to have him contained, he still managed to shrug them off and score.

The Warriors almost hit back immediately when an attempted Shaun Johnson grubber fell rather fortuitously for Bodene Thompson. All he had to do was gather and score (the ball was over the tryline), but tragically he blew the chance, knocking on scoring would perhaps have been easier.

On the back of this chance, the Warriors gave away a penalty, and Canberra opted to take a shot at goal. Croker made no mistake. This 8-nil lead soon became 14 as the Raiders exerted their control on the match. Joey Leilua picking it up from dummy half, and kicked for himself. The ball bounced off Hoffman, and fortuitously fell for Leilua to regather and score.

The Warriors soon gave away another penalty in their own half, and Jarrod Croker made them pay. Blake Ayshford was the defender to blame this time. He left a gaping hole, by not pushing out – perhaps showing a lack of faith in his inside men – and Croker took advantage, brushing off his attempted tackle and running through for the try.

There was still time for the Warriors to give away another kickable penalty. Josh Hodgson opted to take the two, and the Raiders went into half-time with a 22-nil lead.

The half-time message from McFadden seemed to have some effect. There was a noticeable increase in intensity, particularly from Sam Lisone and Jacob Lillyman.

On the back of a penalty, Bodene Thompson went oh so close, only to be denied by terrific goal line defence. On the next (and final) play, Lisone was held up over the line. However, the Warriors were at least looking a bit more threatening.

Moments later, the Warriors got their reward – a try on the back of a Jack Wighton error. Sam Lisone with the initial burst, committing several tacklers. This left the Raiders short on their left edge, and Bodene Thompson managed to commit what remained of it, before offloading thus enabling Shaun Johnson to go over in the corner untouched. Johnson then added the extras, converting from the sideline.

However, if the Warriors were going to get back into the game – they needed to score again and quickly. Thankfully a call went their way: Leilua was adjudged to have knocked on, even when it was clearly a two-man strip. But unfortunately – as had been the case all night – the last play option was poor, as Johnson massively overcooked his grubber into the in goal.

All chances of a miraculous comeback looked over, and so it proved. Another basic error resulted in a try to Josh Papalii (David Fusitua dropping a pass off the back of a scrum).

And it just continued to get worse. More errors – this time Isaac Luke and Blake Ayshford – both lead directly to tries, as the scoreline blew out.

Ayshford scored a late consolation, but by this point – the Taranaki crowd had seen enough.

Defensively, the Raiders were in control and their efforts did not go unnoticed by coach Ricky Stuart.

“I was impressed with the defence for the whole 80 minutes, they scored one try in that second half, that second try they scored was 50-50,” Stuart said.

“The way we defended our goal line was a big improvement on some of our defence at the start of the season and last year.”

On the flip side, the Warriors put forth nothing but real talk. McFadden launched a scathing attack on his players, saying that changes can be expected.

“We showed some real softness tonight, obviously our defence just gave up too many soft points,” McFadden said.

“I thought we had half a dozen blokes who didn’t show the urgency or the desire you need to play first grade tonight; it’s embarrassing.

“I need to find people who are willing to put their body on the line.

“It’s wearing pretty thin to be honest with you… I think the talk, it’s time for something else.”

Player of the Game:

3. Josh Hodgson
2. Sam Lisone
1. Josh Papalii

Canberra Raiders 38 (Austin, Leilua, Croker, Papalii, Hodgson, Lee tries; Croker 7 goals) defeated NZ Warriors 12 (Johnson, Ayshford tries; Johnson 2 goa. Halftime: Raiders 22-nil. Crowd: 12,833.

Thurston cool under pressure as his field goal gives Cowboys narrow win

Matt Scott

As that old saying goes, ‘cometh the man, cometh the hour.’ When you need your best player to step up and deliver a match-winning play, you just know that Johnathan Thurston is the man to deliver.

He did not disappoint, as the North Queensland Cowboys co-captain shrugged for a corked hip from the tackle before, set himself, got into position and slotted the winning field goal.

It was billed as the match of the round and it lived up to those expectations. In recent years, the Cowboys and Brisbane Broncos have produced many spectacles.

It was not all smooth sailing for the Cowboys early, though, as costly errors by potential QLD Origin winger Kyle Feldt gave the Broncos several chances to score.

On the back of two of Feldt’s errors, QLD Origin representative Matt Gillett scored a double and the Broncos went into the break with a handy buffer.

But as the game wore on, the Cowboys fought their way back into the contest. The Broncos task was made more difficult when Corey Oates (dizzy spells) and Jack Reed (concussion) did not return for the second half.

It resulted in a make-shift right-side attack, with Alex Glenn at centre and Kodi Nikorima on the wing.

The match may not have gone to the climax that it did, had the player of the competition so far in Anthony Milford held onto the ball at a crucial moment.

He dropped the ball and on the ensuing Cowboys set, Lachlan Coote scored a try off his own kick to catapult the Cowboys forward.

Then, after several attempts to score, Thurston stepped up and calmly slotted the winning field goal. It caps off some remarkable games between the two sides, with the last three contests decided by a margin of two points or less.

Despite those errors made by Feldt, he had support from his coach, Paul Green.

“That [first half] wasn’t ‘Feldty’, he’s one of the safest in our team,” said Green.

“But sometimes that can happen and you let the little voices in your head dominate what’s going on there. You’ve just got to clear your mind and get back to what your job is. His hands are one of his strengths as a player.

“You say ‘don’t think about it’, but sometimes that’s the worst thing you can say because it puts it right in their head.

“It’s a good learning curve for him.”

Despite copping that heavy knock, Thurston downplayed any suggestion that he would miss Origin.

“I have got a bit of a cork there, so I should be fine,” Thurston said.

“Moose (McGuire) got me good there.

“It hurt, but it won’t keep me out.”

Player of the Game:

3. Matt Scott
2. Matt Gillett
1. Johnathan Thurston

North Queensland Cowboys 19 (Matt Scott, Lachlan Coote, Justin O’Neill tries; Johnathan Thurston 3 goals; Thurston field goal) defeated Brisbane Broncos 18 (Matt Gillett 2, Jordan Kahu tries; Jordan Kahu 3 goals) at 1300SMILES Stadium. Half-time: Broncos 12-6. Crowd: 25,163. Holden Cup: Cowboys 38-18.

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