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The Knights' Kalyn Ponga needs to put his latest contract drama behind him for the sake of new coach Adam O'Brien and his team's fortunes, while the Warriors' Roger Tuivasa-Sheck will need a dominant performance to offset his side's thin stocks at prop. This one promises to be unpredictable. South Sydney Rabbitohs vs. Rabbitohs: 1.
Latrell Mitchell 2. Dane Gagai 3. James Roberts 4. Braidon Burns 5. Campbell Graham 6. Cody Walker 7. Adam Reynolds 8. Tevita Tatola 9. Damien Cook Thomas Burgess Jaydn Su'A Cameron Murray Liam Knight Reserves: Mark Nicholls Ethan Lowe Hame Sele Alex Johnston George Williams Bayley Sironen Troy Dargan Keaon Koloamatangi.
Sharks: 1. Will Kennedy 2. Sione Katoa 3. Josh Morris 4. Jesse Ramien 5. Ronaldo Mulitalo 6. Shaun Johnson 7. Chad Townsend 8. Andrew Fifita 9. Blayke Brailey Aaron Woods Briton Nikora Wade Graham Jack Williams Reserves: Connor Tracey Braden Hamlin-Uele Toby Rudolf Scott Sorensen Billy Magoulias Braydon Trindall Royce Hunt Jackson Ferris.
Verdict: After months of contract negotiations with several clubs, Latrell Mitchell finally makes his debut with South Sydney. Heading into their first season without the services of Sam Burgess, John Sutton and Greg Inglis, Mitchell will have to step straight into a leadership role when they take on the Sharks. Penrith Panthers vs. Panthers: 1. Caleb Aekins 2. Josh Mansour 3.
Dean Whare 4. Brent Naden 5. Brian To'o 6. Jarome Luai 7. Nathan Cleary 8. James Tamou 9. Apisai Koroisau Zane Tetevano Viliame Kikau Liam Martin Isaah Yeo Reserves: Stephen Crichton James Fisher-Harris Moses Leota Jack Hetherington Billy Burns Matt Burton Jed Cartwright Kaide Ellis. Roosters: 1. James Tedesco 2. Daniel Tupou 3. Angus Crichton 4. Joseph Manu 5. Brett Morris 6.
Luke Keary 7. Kyle Flanagan 8. Jared Waerea-Hargreaves 9. Jake Friend Siosiua Taukeiaho Sitili Tupouniua Mitchell Aubusson Victor Radley Reserves: Sam Verrills Isaac Liu Nat Butcher Lindsay Collins Matt Ikuvalu Poasa Faamausili Lachlan Lam Asu Kepaoa. Verdict: With 79 NRL games and five Origin appearances under his belt, has to be the year that young playmaker Nathan Cleary steps up and leads his inexperienced Panthers side.
The return of hooker Api Koroisau should somewhat offset the departure of James Maloney, but they'll be tested by the Roosters as they begin their title defense. Manly Warringah Sea Eagles vs. Sea Eagles : 1. Tom Trbojevic 2. Jorge Taufua 3. Brad Parker 4. Moses Suli 5. Reuben Garrick 6. Dylan Walker 7. Daly Cherry-Evans 8. Addin Fonua-Blake 9. Danny Levi Martin Taupau Joel Thompson Curtis Sironen Jake Trbojevic Reserves: Lachlan Croker Sean Keppie Morgan Boyle Haumole Olakauatu Toafofoa Sipley Brendan Elliot Tevita Funa Zac Saddler.
Storm: 1. Ryan Papenhuyzen 2. Suliasi Vunivalu 3. Marion Seve 4. Justin Olam 5. Josh Addo-Carr 6. Cameron Munster 7. Jahrome Hughes 8. Jesse Bromwich 9. Cameron Smith Tui Kamikamica Felise Kaufusi Kenneath Bromwich Dale Finucane Reserves: Harry Grant Tino Faasuamaleaui Max King Tom Eisenhuth Nelson Asofa-Solomona Brenko Lee Ryley Jacks Darryn Schonig.
Verdict: As two of the most successful sides in the NRL era, this matchup always promises intense drama. The Sea Eagles have lost Api Koroisau to Penrith and a host of forwards to injury, but will be high on confidence after a promising season. For Melbourne, Cameron Smith is another year older and how coach Craig Bellamy manages his playing time could be critical for his side's success this week and throughout the season - especially given Brandon Smith's facial fracture multi-week absence.
St George Illawarra Dragons vs. Dragons: 1. Zac Lomax 2. Jordan Pereira 3. Brayden Wiliame 4. Tim Lafai 5. Mikaele Ravalawa 6. Corey Norman 7. Ben Hunt 8. James Graham 9. Issac Luke Paul Vaughan Tyson Frizell Tariq Sims Blake Lawrie Reserves: Trent Merrin Tyrell Fuimaono Billy Brittain Jacob Host Jackson Ford Adam Clune Euan Aitken Josh Kerr. Tigers: 1. Corey Thompson 2. David Nofoaluma 3. Joseph Leilua 4. Adam Doueihi 5.
Robert Jennings 6. Benji Marshall 7. Luke Brooks 8. Josh Aloiai 9. Billy Walters Alex Twal Luke Garner Luciano Leilua Elijah Taylor Reserves: Thomas Mikaele Josh Reynolds Zane Musgrove Chris Lawrence Michael Chee-Kam Oliver Clark Matt Eisenhuth Paul Momirovski. Verdict: Both of these sides have endured a number of underwhelming seasons of late, and as such, will be desperate to record a Round One victory.
Without the services of Gareth Widdop, halfback Ben Hunt will be needing to show the Dragons faithful why he's worth his multimillion dollar contract. His case won't be helped, however, with captain Cameron McInnes knee and Korbin Sims arm both unavailable. Tigers co-captain Moses Mbye knee is also missing for the visitors, but expect halves Luke Brooks and Benji Marshall to finally start lifting the club out of mediocrity.
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Smith couldn't be prouder of entire Storm family. Storm, the Patriots of the NRL. Where have the Panthers been since ? Smith: Hughes is great but Cleary would be handy. Luai feels for Cleary after Dally M awards.
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Doncaster Mile. Australian Derby. Queen Elizabeth Stakes. TJ Smith Stakes. Sydney Cup. Queen of the Turf Stakes. Hodgson will return to the side in although they have lost winger Nick Cotric and backrower John Bateman. They may not play finals in but expect them to improve. The Sharks desperately need to move highly-paid players like Matt Moylan, Andrew Fifita and possibly even Josh Dugan on and then look at bringing in some new talent.
Justin Holbrook is changing things on the glitter strip and the recruits brought to the club for next season are outstanding. They may not win the premiership but that window should be wide open within a few years.
Explainer : A year that had so much promise ended horribly for Des Hasler and his troops in The Sea Eagles were terrible and while the absence of star fullback Tom Trbojevic did have a monstrous impact, the success and failure of a club should not hinge on one player. The fact it did is an indictment on the rest of the team and club.
Explainer : Only a fool would be so bold as to write Melbourne off. Young gun hooker Harry Grant is more than ready to step into the No. They deserve to be title favourites. The side did put in some good performances in the back half of but as soon as they get behind on the scoreboard they seem to turn to water.
They faced more adversity than most due to the pandemic, and is looking slightly more promising in that regard, but the team still looks a long way off the top competition contenders. Explainer : Newcastle performed reasonably well in given the serious injuries to key players in the spine. And with key men Mitchell Pearce and David Klemmer hitting what should be the peak of their careers, the premiership window is now there for the Knights to jump through.
Explainer : Todd Payten takes over the coaching reins and he has plenty of work to do to get this club back in finals contention. Their form in was so bad it got coach Paul Green sacked mid-season. Explainer : Parramatta has been threatening to make it all the way to the big dance for a couple of seasons now.
The Eels can play exceptionally well during the rounds and then struggle when it comes to the playoffs. Explainer : Penrith fell painfully short of a title in and the Panthers will be one of the leading contenders to claim the silverware next season. A lot of smart money will be on the boys from the foot of the mountains. Jack Bird returns to the club and he can be a star, or could be a flop depending on how his body holds up. Coach Anthony Griffin has his work cut out. Explainer : The Chooks looked a safe bet to make it three premierships on the trot until they fell in a hole at the back end of
Kieran Foran 7. Brandon Wakeham 8. Renouf To'omaga 9. Tigers: 1. Adam Doueihi 2. David Nofoaluma 3. Joseph Leilua 4. Moses Mbye 5. Tommy Talau 6. Josh Reynolds 7. Luke Brooks 8. Josh Aloiai 9. Verdict: The Tigers were awesome in the first half against the Cowboys last week and they produced a similarly strong first stanza on Sunday. Only this time they didn't let the footy off the gas after the break. The Tigers led at the break after conceding the first try and they rattled off four more four-pointers in the second half to heap more misery on the hapless Tigers.
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The following year, Parramatta captured their first minor premiership before qualifying for the Grand Final for the second year running. Against St. George , the match was drawn 9—9, forcing a Grand Final replay the following weekend.
In this match, Parramatta lost 22—0. The early s was the most successful period for Parramatta, who earned five Grand Final appearances and four premierships from to In , the club took out their third minor premiership while also reaching the Grand Final, beating Canterbury 4—2 in the lowest-scoring Grand Final in history.
From to , the Eels failed to make the finals. In , the Eels remained in the ARL's competition and made the finals for the first time in 11 seasons by finishing third in the Australian Rugby League competition. Parramatta continued into the NRL era which began in , surviving the reduction in teams at the end of the twentieth century.
The following week Parramatta traveled to Brisbane in the major semi final and won the match earning the week off. In the preliminary final Parramatta were leading arch rivals Canterbury with less than 10 minutes to play and then what can only be described as the greatest choke in Rugby League preliminary finals history occurred. Canterbury managed to fight their way back into the match and with a minute left on the scoreboard, winger Daryl Halligan kicked a conversion from out on the far touchline to send the game into extra time.
Canterbury won in extra time The loss was hard to take for Parramatta as they had beaten eventual premiers Brisbane twice during the season. In , Parramatta led Melbourne at halftime in the preliminary final only to lose at full time. Melbourne went on to win the premiership the following week. In the NRL season , Parramatta finished 7th and won both their sudden death finals matches to take on Brisbane in the preliminary final.
In a game that they were not expected to win, Parramatta came close but lost the match against a much stronger Brisbane side. This was their 3rd preliminary final loss in a row. The Eels reached the NRL Grand final after a dominant regular season, where they scored a total of points and lost only 4 matches, but were defeated by the Newcastle Knights The week leading up to the grand final itself is also remembered for The infamous grand final breakfast where coach Brian Smith and the Parramatta players attended wearing as Newcastle player Mark Hughes described "Miami Vice black suits".
Andrew Johns also reportedly could tell how nervous the Parramatta players were and knew they had a chance at making an upset. In , Parramatta finished as minor premiers in the regular season and came up against North Queensland in the preliminary final. In a game that Parramatta were expected to win, North Queensland defied the odds and won the match In , Parramatta again made the preliminary final and once more the opponent was Melbourne.
Parramatta went on to lose the match This was their 5th preliminary final loss in nine years. In , under new coach Daniel Anderson , the Eels had an indifferent start to the season which saw the release of star halfback Brett Finch. After 18 rounds and incredibly inconsistent form, the Parramatta Eels had won only 5 games and were sitting third-last and were in direct contention for the dreaded NRL Wooden Spoon.
Though beginning in Round 19, upset victories against the Melbourne Storm and the Canterbury Bulldogs set the platform for an unexpected 10 wins from the next 11 games, which propelled the Eels into the Top 8 and consequently, premiership contention. This unanticipated winning streak was directly attributed by many sporting experts including Rugby League legend Andrew Johns to the spectacular run of form of star fullback Jarryd Hayne.
Winning the award for man-of-the-match in every game from Round , and again in the first week of the finals, Hayne was described as "the best player in any code of football in Australia" by premiership-winning coach Phil Gould. Following his astonishing string of 7-man-of-the-match performances, Hayne won the award for Dally M Fullback of the Year and was crowned the best and fairest player in the game, winning the Dally M Medal for Following successive wins against the Gold Coast Titans a team that Parramatta had never beaten before , 27—2 at SFS and the Bulldogs , 22—12 in front of a record-breaking non-Grand Final crowd of 74, at ANZ stadium, the Eels qualified for their first Grand Final since , becoming the first 8th-placed team to ever qualify for a Grand Final.
They were to be painted blue and gold, and run along the western line of the railway network. On 22 April the Melbourne Storm were stripped of the premiership as a result of long-term gross salary cap breaches disclosed by the NRL. However, the premiership for was not handed over to the Parramatta Eels, instead remaining vacant.
In , the Parramatta Eels were picked at the beginning of the year by many leading betting agencies to take out the premiership for following their surge of form which took them to the Grand Final in But, after a relatively poor start to the season, and then a 4-game winning streak, the Parramatta Eels once again returned to the inconsistent form of past seasons.
This inconsistent form, recognised by all Rugby League fans, saw them miss out on the Top 8 in After a season of unrelenting disappointment which saw five-eighth Daniel Mortimer dropped to reserve grade, centre Timana Tahu being suspended for an on-field confrontation against the Newcastle Knights and reports of player rifts, Daniel Anderson was sacked unceremoniously as Parramatta coach and replaced by New Zealand World Cup-winning coach Stephen Kearney.
The Eels made several new player signings for the season. The Eels pushed a record four games into Golden Point during the season, however were unable to win any, resulting in a draw against the St George Illawarra Dragons and one-point losses to the Penrith Panthers , Sydney Roosters and the Canterbury Bulldogs.
Throughout the season, coach Stephen Kearney motioned several reshuffles of the Parramatta side, the most high-profile change being fullback Jarryd Hayne's switch to five-eighth after his ball-playing abilities were considered by several experts including the NSW State of Origin coach Ricky Stuart, as his strongest point. Other switches include the moving of Luke Burt to fullback, second-rower Ben Smith to right centre, and the resting of five-eighth Daniel Mortimer.
Before the final match of their season, the Eels had won only five of their 24 games and were in contention for the dreaded wooden spoon. During their final match, the Parramatta side emerged victorious over the Gold Coast Titans who were also direct contenders for last place. The wooden spoon was awarded to the Gold Coast side, finishing 16th on the NRL ladder, the Eels finishing in 14th position. It would also mark the first time since that the team would succumb to the dreaded wooden spoon.
The Eels struggled all year, securing just their first win of the season in Round 5 against defending premiers Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles before ending a six-game losing streak against the Cronulla Sharks. The team responded to this producing 3 wins from 4 games, including competition front-runners Melbourne Storm and Brisbane Broncos to give the fans some hope for the rest of the season.
However this was short lived and following a thumping to the South Sydney Rabbitohs in Round 25 of the Telstra Premiership were officially unable to avoid the wooden spoon. Whilst Parramatta's problems in were largely attributed to their relatively poor defence, numerous pundits blamed them on the recurring absences of star fullback Jarryd Hayne.
Even whilst producing higher per-match statistics than any other fullback in the game 8 tries, 14 try-assists , Hayne only managed to complete 10 games from the season's 24, due to both injury and State of Origin duty. Throughout the season many of the Eels players came under scrutiny and were dropped to the NSW Cup , including high-profile recruit Chris Sandow , who at the time was touted as overweight and unfit,  and veteran Luke Burt.
As a result, players Matt Ryan, Jake Mullaney and Nathan Smith were called up to the top squad and have impressed in their roles of Second-Row, Fullback and Hooker respectively, making a suitable replacement for injured stars Jarryd Hayne and Matt Keating.
Towards the end of the season Ricky Stuart was announced as the new coach for the Parramatta Eels from Another wooden spoon followed in , with the club suffering their second biggest loss ever 4—64 to Melbourne in Round 24 , and conceding three other scores of 50 or more. On 12 September it was announced Ricky Stuart would leave the Eels to take up the head coaching role at Canberra for the season.
The Eels determined to continue their rebuilding process in the off season after receiving the wooden spoon two years running. The club has done this by releasing 12 players and signing more in key areas to help them achieve success in the season. Parramatta also recruited a new coach in Brad Arthur , formerly an Assistant Coach at the club, as Ricky Stuart reneged on the final two years of his contract.
This was in order to return to his hometown of Canberra and coach the Raiders, the team he played for during his youth. Before the season started, Brad Arthur and Parramatta implemented a new recruitment policy and made strong signings including future NSW hooker Nathan Peats , promising star Corey Norman and William Hopoate who was a premiership winner and NSW representative before leaving rugby league to join a two-year Mormon mission.
The season started off in great style as Parramatta won 4 out of their first 6 matches. Parramatta then went into their Easter Monday clash at Stadium Australia sitting 5th on the ladder but lost the match controversially in front of 50, fans. In round 24 Parramatta were sitting 8th on the ladder and looked destined to play in the finals for the first time since and only needed to win one of their last two remaining games against sides lower than them on the table which were Canberra and Newcastle.
Parramatta lost both matches and missed out on the finals series by two competition points. The season was a year to forget for Parramatta as they finished 12th on the table. The highlights being in Round 1 when Parramatta defeated Manly and Semi Radradra scoring 24 tries in 18 matches.
The discovery by the NRL in of salary cap breaches, over a period of four years, resulted in it stripping the Eels of the twelve competition points the club has accrued so far in the NRL season. This effectively also removed the Eels board as the seven directors on both boards were the same people. Max Donnelly, of Ferrier Hodgson was appointed as administrator. At the time of the point deduction, Parramatta were sitting 5th on the ladder but then found themselves at 14th position.
Their first match played after the points deduction was against South Sydney at Parramatta Stadium, Parramatta lost the match in a close game. At the end of the season, Parramatta finished in 14th place on the ladder but if they had not been stripped of the 12 competition points they would have played in the finals. The season saw a major turnaround for the club with Parramatta finishing fourth on the table and making the finals for the first time since Some of the highlights throughout the year were the club winning nine out of their final ten matches and defeating Brisbane twice including a win at Suncorp Stadium and eventual premiers Melbourne.
Parramatta led at halftime but went on to lose the match in what would be one of the biggest upsets of the season. For the season, Parramatta were predicted by many before the season to finish in the top 8 and challenge for the premiership.
Those predictions were matched in the opening round of the season as Parramatta lead Penrith early on but after a second half capitulation lost the game Parramatta went on to lose the opening 6 games of the season before eventually winning their first game of the season defeating Manly in Round 7. In Round 8, Parramatta defeated Wests to make it back to back victories for the club.
The Eels then went on to lose the next 5 games in a row before eventually winning their third game of the season defeating North Queensland in Darwin in which Jarryd Hayne returned from injury scoring two tries. The following weeks were filled with disappointment as the club came close to pulling off upset wins against top of the table St George only for the club to concede two tries in 5 minutes to lose and South Sydney after leading late into the game only for The Rabbitohs to score late tries and win In Round 18, Parramatta lost to Newcastle with The Eels being denied a last minute try after it was ruled winger Bevan French had put his foot over the sideline.
The following week, Parramatta defeated arch rivals Canterbury in what the media dubbed the "Spoon Bowl". There were hopes that Parramatta could avoid the wooden spoon as going into the second last game of the season the club sat above North Queensland on the table due to for and against. In what was the retiring Jonathan Thurston's final home game, both clubs needed a win to avoid the wooden spoon.
North Queensland won the match In the final game of the season, Parramatta were defeated by the Sydney Roosters ensuring that the club finished last and claimed their 14th wooden spoon and the Roosters claiming the minor premiership. Before the match, the Roosters needed to defeat Parramatta by 27 points to overtake Melbourne and finish first on the table. Before the start of the NRL season , Parramatta were predicted by many to finish towards the bottom of the table or claim another wooden spoon.
The club started off the year with back to back victories over Penrith and arch rivals Canterbury-Bankstown. In Round 9 against Melbourne, Parramatta suffered one of their worst ever defeats losing at Suncorp Stadium. In the aftermath of the defeat, coach Brad Arthur and the players were placed under intense scrutiny but just a week after the loss, Arthur was given a two-year contract extension by the Parramatta board.
The club would then go on to lose against North Queensland and last placed Penrith in the coming weeks. Between Round 12 and Round 22 of the season, Parramatta would go on to win 8 of their 10 games. At the end of the regular season, Parramatta finished 5th on the table and qualified for the finals.
In the elimination final against Brisbane, Parramatta won the match at the new Western Sydney Stadium. The victory was the biggest finals win in history, eclipsing Newtown's win over St George in The match was also Parramatta's biggest win over Brisbane and Brisbane's worst ever loss since entering the competition in The loss against Melbourne was also the sixth time Parramatta had been defeated by Melbourne in a finals game since At the start of the NRL season , Parramatta won their first five matches in a row which put them at the top of the table.
It was the club's best start to a season since At the end of the regular season, Parramatta finished in third place on the table and secured a top four spot. It was the club's highest finish on the table since In the qualifying final, Parramatta lead Melbourne early on before losing the match at Suncorp Stadium. The following week in the elimination final, Parramatta played against South Sydney for the first time in a finals game since Parramatta lead the match before a second hald capitulation saw them lose ending their season..
The only nickname Parramatta had ever been known by was the "Fruitpickers", a reference to the orchards spread throughout the District and surrounding suburbs in the first half of the 20th century. As the competition and the clubs themselves became more focused on marketing in the s, Parramatta adopted an official club mascot. In the mids, Peter Frilingos , a Sydney rugby league journalist, suggested that the club should be known as the " Eels ".
This reasoning was based on the name of the Parramatta, anglicised from the Aboriginal dialect "Barramattagal" meaning "place where the Eels dwell". After this, the team was commonly called "The Eels" and it became an official nickname in the late s. As a result, the club's crest was changed in , to a design featuring an eel. This crest remained, despite several changes in jersey design, until a new eel logo was introduced in In , the club mascot featured on the crest reverted to an eel drawing similar to that featured on the original crest.
Parramatta has also used two separate crests based on Parramatta City 's crest. The first was a highly detailed scene showing a typical scene on the foreshore of the Parramatta River in the early days of European settlement. It is an apparent tribute to the District's original occupants, the Barramattagal tribe. In the foreground of the original crest, a male Aboriginal is preparing to spear a fish while a woman in a canoe watches. In the background a paddle steamer is visible as well as the tree-lined banks of the Parramatta River.
This crest was used by the Club until the s when a more stylised version showing only the hunter, and the club's name on a scroll, was used. In , the Parramatta Eels announced they were returning to their original s club emblem in the season with the numbers added, this being the year of conception of the Eels. These colours are said to have been selected based on the navy , sky blue and gold colours used by Arthur Phillip High School.
While this colour scheme has remained consistent throughout the history of the club, the shades of blue and gold have changed several times. The original Parramatta jersey used in was of a blue design with a single yellow hoop around the middle of the jersey, extending across the sleeves.
This original design was altered in to a design based on blue and gold hoops and remained unchanged until the s when a jersey comprising stripes on a predominantly blue or gold background was adopted. Over the years, the design has changed gradually from one based on blue and gold stripes to a design incorporating different blue and gold designs around the fringes of a predominantly blue or gold jersey.
Rugby league was played at Cumberland Oval from as early as by local clubs such as Parramatta Iona, Endeavours and the Western Districts representative side. The club played its first match in the premiership on 12 April against Newtown , being defeated 34—12 in front of 6, spectators. Cumberland Oval remained the home ground of the Parramatta Eels until ; the club played their last match there against the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles.
From to , the club used Belmore Oval , home of the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs , as a temporary home ground while a new facility Parramatta Stadium was built. The new stadium to be built on the site of Cumberland Oval was approved by the New South Wales Government for development in and the contract for the construction and design of the Stadium was put to competitive tender.
George Dragons. The original capacity of the ground stood at 30,, though after re-development of the hills behind each in-goal area into seated terraces in , the capacity was reduced to 21, The largest crowd to watch a rugby league match at Cumberland Oval was 22, when the Parramatta took on the South Sydney Rabbitohs on 26 April The largest crowd at Parramatta Stadium under the current configuration was 21, in against the Wests Tigers. The largest ever rugby league attendance at Parramatta Stadium was set on 6 July when 27, saw Australia defeat France in a one-off mid-season Test match.
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