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Vic Dewar Shield Preview: Round 5

  
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5/17/2013
By VicRugby Media


SOUTHERN DISTRICTS v MOORABBIN Riviera Park Eel Race Rd Seaford

 

The match of the day is Southern Districts v Moorabbin to be played at Riviera Park. The match of the day will be televised on CH. 31 on 24 May at 8:30pm. Southern Districts will look to bounce back after a narrow loss in the match of the day last week to Power House. After losing their round one match to Melbourne, Moorabbin have won their last three in a row. Rebel’s James King will start at lock for Moorabbin. The Match of the day is shaping up to be an excellent match.
 
SOUTHERN DISTRICTS
1. Israel Lord, 2. Eddie Teniseli, 3. Jarrod Eberhart, 4. Teariki Daymond, 5.Leatuolo Tuala, 6. Sakaria Noa, 7. Chris Dixon, 8. Rawiri Garmonsway, 9. Barry Te Hiko, 10. Wayne Mataiti, 11. Noa Noa, 12. Mike Tahitua, 13. Gasa Tiatia, 14. Alipate Ratubuli, 15. Ryan Lowrie
 
MOORABBIN
1. Hala Tuiatua, 2. Patrick Tauati, 3. Turi Uini, 4. James King, 5. Wesley Wanakore,  6. Jordan Fowles, 7. Filli Leatu, 8, Simon Brown, 9. Paul Tuiatua, 10. Tasesa Lalotoa, 11. Cory Aramoana, 12. Frank Va’aua, 13. Brendan Todd, 14. Jesse Malinton, 15. Malo Young-Yen
 
REFEREE Oliver Kellett
 
 
BOX HILL v POWER HOUSE Sparks Reserve Cnr Middleborough & Canterbury Roads, Box Hill
 
Box Hill will host Power House in round 5 of the Dewar Shield. Box Hill still searching for their first win of the 2013 season will have a difficult task against the undefeated Power House. Rebel’s Pat Leafa will start at Hooker for Box Hill. Power House heroically came back from a two try deficit to defeat Southern Districts in the match of the day in round 4.
 
BOX HILL
1.Ben Williams, 2. Pat Leafa, 3. Ed Woodger, 4. Heiny Muller, 5. Sione Puamau, 6. Ged Logan, 7. Meli Koliavu,
8. Moses Haukinima, 9. Tjaart Bosua, 10. Henry Vaitohi, 11. James Foster, 12. Drew Collins, 13. Savenaca Waqalutu, 14. Ben Woolnough, 15. Sam Williams
 
POWER HOUSE
1. Scott Baker, 2. Tom Gilbert, 3. Lorima Ranasa, 4. Tyrin Topia, 5. Matt Egan, 6. High Parker, 7. Shane Kilgour, 8. Tom Broughton, 9. Avia Samuela, 10. Jordan McManus, 11. Danny Hicken, 12. Makesi Stowers, 13. Mark McIlroy (c), 14. Ted Mulvany, 15. Adrien Boulliet
 
REFEREE Darren O’Brien
 
 
HARLEQUIN v MELBOURNE UNI Ashwood Reserve Power Ave Ashwood
 
The undefeated Harlequin will host Melbourne Uni in Round 5 of the Dewar Shield. Harlequin has been the form team of the Dewar Shield. They again boast a very strong starting 15, with a number of quality players to come off the bench. Melbourne Uni is improving each week and will put up a strong fight against Harlequin.
 
HARLEQUIN
1. Dale Stevenson, 2. James Api, 3. Tim Ridgeway, 4. Angus Hamilton, 5. Paul Graham, 6 Niko Lauina, 7. Jack De Guingand, 8. Sione Taufa, 9. Reuben Boss, 10 .Kemu Valetini, 11. Larry      Manu, 12. Majokah Schuster, 13. Basil Api, 14. Tom Tivoli 15. Justin Marsters
 
MELBOURNE UNI
1.James Pakoti, 2. Moli Sooemalelagli, 3. Harley Whaikawa, 4. Matthew Onesemo, 5. Vernon Schwaylk, 6. Eddie Lusala, 7. Brendan Westney, 8. Sam Richards, 9. Byron Creighton, 10 James Nettleton, 11. George Vuna,
12. Isamaeli Time, 13. Jake Groughan, 14. Anthony James, 15. Daniel Kingan
 
REFEREE David Wall
 
 
FOOTSCRAY v ENDEAVOUR HILLS Henry Turner South Reserve Cnr Farnsworth Ave & Myers Rd Footscray
 
Footscray will host Endeavour Hills in Round 5 of the Dewar Shield. Footscray secured their first win of the season last week against Box Hill after a number of narrow losses. Rebel’s Cruze Ah Nau will start at Lose Head Prop for Footscray. Endeavour Hills are searching for their first win of the season.
 
FOOTSCRAY
1. Cruze Ah Nau, 2. Soane Naufahu, 3. Alan Imo, 4. Perenise Nikolao, 5. Ikuna Tukuafu, 6. Cameron Iviiti, 7. Tim Diack, 8. Tuipine Apineru, 9. Keisuke Yamada, 10. Martin Naufahu, 11. Isaako Tuifea, 12. Leon Tufuga, 13. Tonu Filipo, 14. Damien Foloki, 15. Michael Toetu   
 
ENDEAVOUR HILLS
1. David Savea, 2. Wayne Vitale, 3. Kane Walker, 4. Connor Halliwell, 5. Tim O’Bryan, 6. Manny Te’o,, 7. Fenika Amataga, 8.Moli Fario 9.Junior Paila, 10. Ben Nelson, 11. Elijah Ah Cong, 12. Stan Lolohea, 13. Michael Tupai, 14 Adam Tatuava, 15. Tom Allen
 
REFEREE Beau Dean Gosper

 

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