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2012 NSW State Cup - Semi Final Week 2
North Sydney Bears v Newtown Jets
Leichhardt Oval   -   3.00pm Sun 16th September

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This site was launched for the benefit of all who follow the junior reps & NSW Cup competition, especially the North Bears members and supporters.

Throughout the season of 9 weeks plus finals for the Harold Matthews & S.G Ball teams the site will be updated on a weekly basis, even more if news items come to hand they will be added immediately. Other information re the Wayne Lambkin coached North Sydney Bears will be added as it comes to hand.

From the outset I'd like to thank Kevin Nicholls for the information on trials, players etc - nswrl.com.au for coming on board to supply game results throughout the season, being able to get scores from one point is very helpful & Steve Little North Sydney DRLFC for the regular News Reports.


The NSW Cup draw for 2012 is available HERE >>>   -   The State Cup League Ladder is HERE >>>

Don't forget about us - Bears ready to step up if Knights go under

Ready to fill the void ... the Central Coast Bears

By: Adrian Proszenko -

CENTRAL COAST BEARS say they'll be ready to fill the breach should the financial crisis engulfing Newcastle force them from the NRL.
The Knights' long-term future is clouded after the Australian Tax Office moved to wind up the Nathan Tinkler-owned Knights and the Newcastle Jets franchises, as well as parent company Hunter Sports Group, over unpaid debts of $2.7 million. Should Tinkler lose control of the Knights, there are fears coach Wayne Bennett would also move on. The Knights and HSG have only recently reached a compromise which allows more time to complete an audit and extend the club's $20 million bank guarantee.
Bears boss Greg Florimo said his prospective franchise would be prepared to fill the void if the NRL revoked Newcastle's licence. ''It would be disrespectful to our members if we didn't explore every opportunity that presents itself,'' Florimo said. ''We've said all along that we're ready to go and we originally prepared ourselves for 2013. That mark's not going to occur but I think there are still some twists and turns in this whole expansion debate to play out. One of those twists may be the viability of some of the current clubs. If an opportunity were to come up then yes, we would pull out all the stops to be ready to jump in.''
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Sun 16th December 2012

Updated 26th December 2012

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