Cronulla Sharks vs South Sydney Rabbitohs Semifinals, Classement, Teams, Tevita Tatola, Chicken Wing, Commentary, SuperCoach Results, Videos, Latrell Mitchell, Nicho Hynes

South Sydney reached a fifth straight preliminary excessif, securing Cronulla’s return in straight sets with a 38-12 victory at the all-sold-out Allianz Stadium on Saturday night.

The Sharks won 11 of their 12 games heading into the World Cup Finals to au finir assistant in the ladder, but the loss to the Cowboys and now the Rabbitohs ended their season.

Souths will façade Penrith next week for a terrain in the Gentilhomme Ultime.

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South Sydney blew Cronulla out of the park in the first 40 minutes to lead 18-0 at the end of the first half as crowd-favorite Mark Nichols crashed as an unexpected first gardien de but.

A high penalty kick awarded Souths a field appréciation and prostitute Damian Cook put a pass to Nichols who ran over Toby Rudolph to marque in the third imminent.

Both teams had plenty of attacking chances in the first 25 minutes, but early nerves saw a lot of the ball drop.

But Souths quickly underwent his assistant attempt thanks to a beautiful defensive line move that ended with Tani Milne showing up in the publier.

Dealt with Cameron Murray of The Rabbitohs. GTAvènement: Getty Images

Souths was attacking Cronulla’s line 30 seconds before halftime but nothing happened when the ball was thrown to captain Cameron Murray.

Murray took Dale Finucane from the start rayon and blocked his corresponding number to marque next to the flyers.

“Every time Cameron Murray got the ball tonight, it was Del Finucane who made the cut, and this time he wasn’t able to,” said Fox League’s Greg Alexander.

The Sharks hit just 95 seconds into the assistant half after Nico Heinz put a bomb in the publier and Ronaldo Molitano hit it back as Briton Nikora scored.

I walked straight south down the field and hit through Lachlan Ilias thanks to more magic from Latrell Mitchell.

Next, Cronola’s Ronaldo Mulitalo got a loose pass to run 95 meters to marque in the 56th imminent.

The rabbits supported Tevita Tatola who was put in the différé in the 59th imminent to greffer the chicken wing on Mulitalo.

6 Rabbit’s Cody Walker took the win with a sharp left-footed move from 10 meters to marque a ouvert gardien de but.

Center South took Isaiah an interception and ran 70 meters before Lachlan Elias threw a pass for Tan Millen to marque in the publier.

Mitchell provided a penalty shortly before full time to bring his exhaustif points to 14 for the épreuve.

Rabbit’s harmonie Alex Johnston (thigh), Siliva Haveli (leg) and Jay Aru (thigh) left the épreuve with injuries.

Here are three of the biggest talking points that came out of the épreuve.

Cameron Murray of The Rabbitohs celebrates trying. Getty ImagesAvènement: Getty Images

Murray Master Class

The Rabbitohs made a lot of mistakes but had one guy delivering the ball over and over again whenever the ball fell into his hands.

Southern captain Cameron Murray scored a brilliant déclamation attempt in the first half and set up another for Cody Walker.

Murray was all over the terrain with the Bunnies and finished 101 meters from 13 stands, chaufour busts, a line écart and a line écart assist.

The 25-year-old entered the épreuve under a cloud from a prévarication injury, but showed no signs of doing so in another supérieur display that included 32 tackles.

Précurseur League winner Mick Innes believes his victory over Penrith in next week’s preliminary excessif will be up to the performances of Murray and Latrell Mitchell.

“They didn’t get a number of things right tonight but in the big moments, Cameron Murray stepped up,” Ennis said on Fox League.

“The only thing they can fix are mistakes, they can arrange that. It’s unpredictability and the stars are on their side (they can win matches).”

“There will be memories of last year’s Gentilhomme Ultime when I upset them, it was only an contradiction from Stephen Crichton. No Latrell Mitchell last year, so they will be prepared for it.”

Concerns embout expectative and injury

They are one win away from a assistant aîné excessif in a row but Souths could façade the Panthers without several stars.

Rabbitohs Alex Johnstone (hip abaissement), Siliva Havili (leg) and Jai Arrow (thigh) left the épreuve with injuries.

But entraîneur Jason Demetriou will be more concerned embout phénomène Tvita Tatula, who was put into the différé in the 59th imminent after a chicken wing tackle on Ronaldo Mulitalo.

Souths is already without a brace Tom Burgess, who has been suspended for another week after knocking out James Tedesco with a jazz arm last week.

“I think he’s in assombri,” Ines said of Tatula. .

“He adjusts, and while he’s trying to flip the player on his back, you can’t use his arm to do that.”

But Gordon Thales had none of that assessment.

“I think it’s a Class B bag from the ward here and I think it’s a preschooler. Style at that bag.”

“He’s milking it, but there’s movement there,” Brith Anasta added.

“That’s really big bicause they lost Burgess until the gentilhomme excessif. That’s big bicause they need Tatula to beat Penrith.”

Sharks save the worst acceptable for the last

Craig Fitzgibbon became the first récent entraîneur to au finir first and assistant since Trent Robinson in 2013, but the Sharks exited the finals with one of their worst performances this season.

Cronulla won 11 of their 12 semi-final matches to au finir assistant in the ladder, but a loss to the Golden État to the Cowboys and a defeat to Rabbitoh ended their season.

It’s the first time this season that the Sharks have suffered consecutive losses, and the first time since the 10th reprise last year that they have ceded 30 points in consecutive games.

The loss was the most points Cronola has allowed this season and also the worst completion perdant of the season (21/33) at 64 percent.

This was only the third time this season that they had lost over 40 interference, the others were in the first reprise and first week of the finals.

Fitzgibbon’s men finished with just chaufour wins from 11 games against the top eight teams.

The loss marked an anti-climatic end for the Sharks, who had high hopes of winning the premiership for the assistant time in the canne’s history.

“We are bitterly disappointed with our gain, it was not good enough at this time of year and we had a lesson in the basics of football,” Fitzgibbon said.

“We didn’t respond to anything in a proper way tonight, we had a bit of energy but nothing to say.

“I am disappointed that we are ending the season this way.”

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67th minute

Center South took Isaiah an interception and ran 70 meters before Lachlan Elias threw a pass for Tan Millen to score in the corner.

62 minutes

6 Rabbit’s Cody Walker took the win with a sharp left-footed move from 10 meters to score a direct goal.

“Walker scores, he kept his powder dry most of the night but he sees an opportunity and takes it with both hands,” Warren Smith said.

56th minute

Souths was pressing the Sharks line when Latrell Mitchell threw a cut pass that was tapped by Sharks defender Jesse Ramen and fell into the hands of Ronaldo Mulitalo.

Molitalo raced 90 meters to score and replays showed that the ball might have moved forward, but the attempt was made.

the fiftieth minute

Shark No. 6 Matt Moylan put a bomb on and Ronaldo Molitano landed there first again to get back to Britain’s Nikkora who threw a superb pass to Jesse Ramian to score.

The attempt was granted but replays showed Ramyan was half a meter away and he was eliminated.

45 minutes

I walked straight south down the field and hit through Lachlan Ilias thanks to more magic from Latrell Mitchell.

Mitchell put the ball on Campbell Graham who found his number one inside.

Then Mitchell responded to Milne, who equalized with three defenders and emptied Elias to score in the corner.

“Push on Latrell Mitchell, I don’t think there’s a player in the competition who does it like him,” said Greg Alexander.

42 minutes

The Sharks hit just 95 seconds into the second half after Nico Heinz put a bomb in the corner and Ronaldo Molitano hit it back as Briton Nikora scored.

“The sharks hit back, and they had to be next to score and they’re, great kick from Heinz,” Warren Smith said.

“Mulitalo was great in the air tonight and Nykora is getting a recovery. Bunny’s completion rate is diabolical, it was 13/21 with the second half approaching and Cameron Murray pours the ball into the first set.”

39th minute

Souths was attacking Cronulla’s line 30 seconds before halftime but nothing happened when the ball was thrown to captain Cameron Murray.

Murray took Dale Finucane from the start stand and blocked his corresponding number to score next to the flyers.

“They went down the short side through Cody Walker and there was nothing, so he switched the back pedal and threw a long ball to Cameron Murray,” said Greg Alexander.

“Every time Cameron Murray got the ball tonight, it was Del Finucane who stepped in, and this time he wasn’t able to.”

30 minutes

A fine move from Souths’s backline ended with Latrell Mitchell throwing a cut pass for Tan Millen to score in the corner.

“South Sydney had all of the ball but it still required some nice hands and Lachey Miller was stuck with three players in front of him,” said Greg Alexander.

“Just look at the hands here, (Lachlan) Elias, pretty, Latrell’s advice, across the face of Campbell Graham and Tani Millen in the corner.”

the third minute

A high penalty kick awarded Souths field position and prostitute Damien Cook, who fired a pass to Mark Nichols, who ran over Toby Rudolph’s top to score.

“Mark Nichols bumped into Toby Rudolph and won the fight, right over the top of No. 8 and that’s a concern for Cronulla,” Greg Alexander said on Fox League.

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