Watch NRC Perth Spirit vs NSW Country Eagles Live Stream 2015 Free Online Australia Rugby Championship Round 07 Online Free. Perth Spirit vs NSW Country Eagles match will be kick off at McGillivray Fields, Perth, Australia, Sunday 04 October 2015 online, Time 17:00 (AEDT) NRC Perth Spirit vs NSW Country Eagles Live Streaming and its broadcast On Fox Sports.
Perth Spirit’s Ian Prior is the competition’s most accurate kicker, scoring 15 of 16 conversions (94%) so far this season. For both sides, this game is must-win if they are to keep their finals aspirations alive for another week.
Last week may well have been a defining weekend for both of these teams. The Spirit defeated the mighty Melbourne Rising in such an impressive manner that many experts believe they are now finals bound. Meanwhile the NSW Country Eagles suffered an upset loss to Queensland Country in the rain of Newcastle. The loss drops them into seventh place on the ladder and may have been enough to move them out of contention for a finals berth.
Jono Lance and Luke Burton should face-off in the number 10 jersey this weekend. They will do so again in numerous Western Force training sessions in the lead up to the 2016 super Rugby season. Whilst marquee signing Peter Grant will come into contention, let’s call this an early trial match between the two flyhalf candidates.
In Ross Haylett-Petty and Tom Staniforth this weekend we get to see two of the future lock stars of Australian rugby. Haylett-Petty has spent plenty of time in the back row previously but may however, moving forward, be more of a factor playing lock. Staniforth plays a very similar game to Ross albeit with a more of a traditional lock background. Both are superbly skilled, enthusiastic, strong as oxen and ready to rumble.
The New South Wales Country Eagles will be searching for their second win of the 2015 NRC season when they host undefeated Sydney Stars. Join The Roar from 3pm AEST for live scores. The Country Eagles had a week off following their devastating 24-point loss to the University of Canberra Vikings two weeks ago, and will be looking to be tighten up in defence against the Sydney Stars. The Stars have been rampant in attack, averaging an incredible 46 points per game, whilst the Eagles have struggled to keep opposition away from their try line, conceding 68 points in just two games.
Spirit: 1. Chris Heiberg, 2. Heath Tessmann (C), 3. Tetera Faulkner, 4. Adrian Hall, 5. Ross Haylett-Petty, 6. Kane Koteka, 7 Richard Hardwick, 8. Angus Cottrell, 9. Ryan Louwrens, 10. Luke Burton, 11. Brad Lacey, 12. Kyle Godwin, 13. Solomoni Rasolea, 14. Maalonga Konelio, 15. Byron Hutchinson
Reserves: 16. Anaru Rangi, 17. Francois van Wyk, 3. Jermaine Ainsley, 19. Riley Winter, 20. Alex Rovira, 21. Ian Prior, 22. Faamanatu Apineru, 23. Daley Harper.
Eagles: 1. Dane Maraki, 2. Tom Sexton, 3. Dave Faeo, 4. Sam Lousi, 5. Tom Staniforth, 6. Beau Robinson, 7. Mark Baldwin, 8. Sam Figg, 9. Mitch Short, 10. Jono Lance, 11. Charlie Clifton, 12. Dave Horwitz, 13. Ed Stubbs, 14. Jarome McKenzie, 15. Andrew Kellaway.
Reserves: 16. Peter Nau, 17. Jerome Vaai, 18. Andrew Collins, 19. Nick Palmer, 20. BJ Edwards, 21. Angus Pulver, 22. Tom Merritt, 23. Jack Pennington.