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Manly has seen off a gritty North Queensland side still recovering from the sudden exit of its coach during the week. Just days after Paul Green walked away from the Cowboys, the Townsville outfit made a good showing of itself against the finals-bound Sea Eagles on Friday night but lost 24-12.
They lost the game but the grit and energy shown - which has often been lacking this season - will at least be enough to please interim coach Josh Hannay. For the Sea Eagles, it wasnt pretty but they take the two competition points back home to Sydney as they continue to await the return of star fullback Tom Trbojevic. Manly scored the opening points through Curtis Sironen within eight minutes of kick off.
Danny Levi extended the lead later in the half by burrowing over from dummy half to make it 12-0. But it was the home side who scored next when Kyle Feldt latched onto a Jake Clifford chip to make it 12-6 with four minutes remaining in the half.North Queensland continued to pressure after half time and the Sea Eagles looked a little lost until captain Cherry-Evans broke through and found the line to extend the lead.
Cowboys forward Coen Hess bombed an opportunity and then Manly five-eighth Cade Cust darted his way over in the 67th minute to make them pay. The Townsville side got one back through Francis Molo in quick time to ensure the contest was still on, but the Cowboys needed two converted tries in 10 minutes. The Sydney Roosters have come from behind to outclass a valiant Warriors outfit in a tight tussle on the back of a masterclass from Luke Keary at Central Coast Stadium.
Keary finished with a try assist and a try, but it was his pinpoint kicking game that choked the Warriors out of the contest. Australia will toss aside New Zealand Rugbys Super Rugby proposal and look to negotiate its own competition, as tensions heat up over the future of the sport. Rugby Australia are currently in discussions with NZ Rugby over the future of Super Rugby, but RA are set to ignore a request to submit expressions of interest in New Zealands proposed new competition, according to RA chairman Hamish McLennan.
Last week, NZR outlined a future model for Super Rugby based on the results of the Aratipu Report, which favours a competition between eight and 10 teams including the five Kiwi franchises. NZR said it has a huge desire to include a Pasifika team, while the rest of the competition will be made up by Australian rugby sides (between two to four teams).
Expressions of interest will be sought from Australia and the Pacific to join the five established Kiwi franchises from 2021 and beyond, and NZR may push to limit Australian involvement based on what it believes will be best for the future of the sport in New Zealand.McLennan said hes open to discussing a future competition with New Zealand but insisted that he will rebuff NZRs current proposal.
The expression of interest Im not interested in and if they send it over I wont open it, McLennan told the Sydney Morning Herald. If [chairman Brent Impey] and Mark [Robinson] want to chat with Clarkie and myself, I think next weeks the week to do it.Australia are reportedly now working on a plan B competition without New Zealand, an eight-team competition featuring all five Australian professional teams, as well as teams from Fiji, Argentina and Japans Sunwolves. McLennan said RAs preference is a 10-team transtasman competition in 2021, where teams from the Pacific Islands and Japan could be added in the future.
My preferred competition is transtasman five and five and I even received a call last night from London from powerful backers wanting to invest in the competition, McLennan said.Speaking to Sky Sports The Breakdown this week, NZR boss Mark Robinson said he remains open to listening to Australias needs in regards to any future Super Rugby competition.
Several private equity firms are reportedly keeping a close eye on RAs plans.NZRs plans have been met with criticism from many in the rugby world, with South African Rugby boss Jurie Roux recently hitting out at the proposed new competition for snubbing South Africa altogether while English pundits have accused New Zealand of arrogance.
Kiwi Super Rugby players have also voiced some opposition to NZRs plans, with Highlanders hooker Ash Dixon recently expressing disappointment over New Zealands split with South Africa, echoing Brad Weber and Bryn Halls warning against NZ rugby becoming too isolated.
Meanwhile, World Rugby yesterday confirmed a temporary international test window for later this year with plans to host the Rugby Championship in one country, most likely New Zealand.Last week Robinson confirmed NZR is working with the Government to host the Rugby Championship through November and December in New Zealand with international rugby suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Those plans have been given the green light by World Rugby, with its executive committee confirming a temporary international window between October 24 and December 5.The next step now would be for Sanzaar and NZ Rugby to work through the necessary process with the New Zealand Government, with strict border controls still in place.