(Live TV) Sydney Roosters vs. South Sydney Rabbitohs live 1 September 2023
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But it didn’t dampen the Rabbitohs’ spirits as they scored two tries in five minutes to shoot out to a 10-nil lead. MATCH CENTRE: Roosters vs Rabbitohs live score, stats, videoWatch every game of every round of the 2023 NRL Telstra Premiership Season LIVE on Kayo Sports. New to Kayo? Start your free trial now >Roosters coach Trent Robinson called on his big guns Brandon Smith and Jared Waerea-Hargreaves — who started on the bench — to change the momentum of the game and they certainly delivered. Smith got the Roosters on the board with an impressive individual try before Daniel Tupou backed it up four minutes later off a pinpoint kick from Luke Keary. The Roosters carried the momentum into the second half as Jaxson Paulo beat two of his former Rabbitohs teammates to score in the corner.
Cameron Murray came running in to confront Manu before several Rabbitohs and Roosters players joined. Manu was binned and so was Michael Chee Kam for his role in the scuffle. Latrell Mitchell butchered an important penalty goal to bring his Rabbitohs within four of the Roosters. He got another chance a minute later when Izaac Tu’itupou Thompson scored in the corner — and Mitchell nailed the sideline conversion to close the gap to two points. But it wasn’t enough. The Roosters hung on. MANU MAGICSamson famously lost his strength when he lost his hair, but Manu’s decision to ditch his headgear took his game to a new level as he produced a try-saving tackle that will be replayed for years.
“Brandon Smith has just arrived at the Sydney Roosters. ”The Roosters were being totally outplayed at that stage but the middle forwards swung momentum with Waerea-Hargreaves getting through nine carries for 70 metres in just 16 minutes. It was two of his play the balls that led to Roosters tries, with Smith taking advantage of only one marker to score a trademark four-pointer out of dummy-half. “He just wanted to turn this ship around and he did, ” Fox League’s Gorden Tallis said.
Alternatively, the match will be available to subscribers of Watch NRL THE TEAM NEWS SOUTH SYDNEY RABBITOHS South Sydney Rabbitohs suffered a damaging loss to Newcastle Knights last week and must now win this final game of the regular season to ensure they finish in the top eight. The Bunnies were nowhere near good enough against the Knights and they must do without key man Latrell Mitchell after the fullback copped a ban following that contest.
It’s a tackle that would have has resulted in a 10-minute stint in the bin last September, but referee Gerard Sutton saw it differently and decided a penalty was sufficient. TEAMSRoosters: 1. James Tedesco 2. Daniel Tupou 3. Joseph Suaalii 4. Joseph Manu 5. Jaxson Paulo 6. Luke Keary 7. Sam Walker 17. Fletcher Baker 14.
With his side up 16-12 with 17 minutes to go, Manu came from the clouds to strip the ball free when Tass seemed certain to score just metres from the line. It was a special play by the Golden Boot winner who then featured prominently moments later when former Souths winger Jaxson Paulo crossed for his second try of the night. Cody Walker thought he had been obstructed by Manu but the bunker didn’t see it that way and ruled that the Souths five-eighth had milked the contact to try to win a penalty.
VINTAGE CHEESEHe struggled to fire a shot in his first two games for the club, but Roosters recruit Brandon Smith showed why the Chooks splashed the cash to lure him north this season. The former Storm star, who joined the Roosters on a $800, 000 a year deal, was whacked by his old Melbourne mate Felise Kaufusi in round one and lasted barely 20 minutes last week when he came off with a muscular injury. He was in doubt for the Friday night blockbuster but turned the game when he was unleashed alongside Jared Waerea-Hargreaves after 24 minutes. “If you ever want to make a statement to your new team, do it in the biggest grudge match of the season, ” Fox League’s Cooper Cronk said in commentary after Smith’s try.
Chooks get revenge on bitter rivals in fiery clash as star recruit makes ‘statement’: Big HitsThe Roosters have gotten sweet redemption over their arch rivals in a thrilling 20-18 win over the Rabbitohs. The epic match-up kicked off with a dramatic start when Souths prop Hame Sele was taken from the field in the first minute of the game.
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Davvy Moale Reserves: 18. Taane Milne 19. Jed Cartwright 20. Peter Mamouzelos 21. Daniel Suluka-Fifita 22. Dean Hawkins SYDNEY ROOSTERS Sydney Roosters made it four successive wins to keep their season alive as they comfortably defeated Wests Tigers and a fifth straight win would secure an unlikely spot in the finals. The Tricolours have been on the outer of the top eight for a long period but could have timed their run to the finals perfectly, although they will be without key man Joey Manu while enforcer Jared Waerea-Hargreaves’ season is over after he was banned for a total of seven matches. Starting 13: 1.
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