Cash Converters Big Game of the Round: North Beach Sea Eagles v South Perth Lions
Big Game Day Sponsor: Blueforce
North Beach Sea Eagles v South Perth Lions, Saturday 13th July, 3.30pm, Blueforce Park
Sea Eagles: 1. Brad Sharpham, 2. Tye Saus, 3. Kahan Joyce-Vaughan, 4. Jayden De Vorms, 5. Dustin Hume, 6. Cairo Takarangi, 7. Jeremy Wallace, 8. Wiremu Paki, 9. Trent Trotter, 10. Terelli Whaanga, 11. Josh Benjamin, 12. Tayla McGregor, 13. Adam Roy, 14. Greg Lingard, 15. Bow Stein, 16. James Blake 17. Thomas Fry
Coach – John Hough
Ins: Jayden De Vorms, Wiremu Paki
Outs: Kristian Williams, Dave McCullough
South Perth Lions: 1. Will Smith, 2. Kade McDonald, 3. Michael Guthrie, 4. Connor Hudson, 5. Billy Judge, 6. Harry Debique, 7. Eddie Proudler, 8. Blair Wiseman, 9. Zac Wood, 10. Daniel Green, 11. Ethan Gourgard, 12. Brandon Wright, 13. Jarrad Smith, 14. Caleb Norton, 15. Blair Young, 16. Kiam Fletcher, 17. Wessel Van Tonder, 18. Josh Anstis
Coaches – Isaac Thomas & Daniel Green
Gunning for a ninth-straight WA Smarter Than Smoking Premiership win in 2019, all eyes will be on Blueforce Park as ladder-leaders North Beach host South Perth in the Cash Converters Big Game of the Round.
The Sea Eagles welcome back forward Wiremu Paki and utility Jayden De Vorms who come into the side for Dave McCullough and Kristian Williams.
The Lions, meanwhile, come into the fixture fresh off the bye and will be keen to be the first team to inflict a loss on the Sea Eagles.
Rockingham Sharks v Ellenbrook Rabbitohs, Saturday 13th July, 3.30pm, Rockingham Mazda Arena.
Sharks: 1. Nathan Hill, 2. Josh Neal, 3. Hayden Scott, 4. Daniel Goodwin, 5. Alestair Parmenter, 6. Benton Leme Pyako, 7. Jack Wray, 8. Ricky Hayes, 9. Sean Scott, 10. Julian Wilson-Wyllie, 11. Luke Hughes, 12. Ben Bolth, 13. Damien Worth, 14. Dario Papalii, 15. Peter Worth, 16. Juvon Tupou, 17. Charles Tanikoqi
Coaches – Dave Tito & Peter Worth
Ins: Daniel Goodwin, Ricky Hayes, Luke Hughes, Damien Worth, Peter Worth, Charles Tanikoqi
Outs: Logan Barclay, Reece Potter, Marcus Ngaro, Matthew Rangiuia, Luke King, Tipene Tuhakaraina
Rabbitohs: 1. Tyrese Grey, 2. Chazz Palmer, 3. Jona Chase, 4. Kade Pearce, 5. Damian Karini, 6. Jaylen Grey, 7. Joseph Simpkins, 8. Fernando Ekeroma, 9. River Colman, 10. Manasseh Gudgeon, 11. Chase Watson, 12. Malakai Chan-Boon, 13. Shaan Evans, 14. Bryce Wilson, 15. Koen White, 16. Philip Tunupopo, 17. Christopher Finau
Coach – Jarek Goebel
Ins: Tyrese Grey, Jaylen Grey (brothers), Bryce Wilson,
Outs: Devontay Tutai-Tauti, Carlos Waretini, Willz Tuheke-Wade
Rockingham host Ellenbrook in WA Smarter Than Smoking Premiership Round 10 action, hoping for a repeat of their 44-14 win over the Rabbitohs in Round 2.
The Sharks are in desperate need of a win having just one of their last five games and have made six changes from the side who lost 28-4 to the Roosters last weekend.
Rockingham will be without centre Logan Barclay and captain Reece Potter, while enforcers Luke Hughes and Ricky Hayes return.
The Rabbitohs, on the other hand, bring in a pair of brothers for their trip south as Jaylen and Tyrese Grey come into the side at five-eight and fullback respectively, while Byrce Wilson also returns.
Last week’s debutant Devontay Tutai-Tauti drops out, with Damian Karini retaining his spot.
Willagee Bears v Fremantle Roosters, Saturday 13th July, 3.30pm, Webber Reserve.
Bears: 1. Te Toa Parkinson, 3. Luke Pollock, 6. Ryan Mills, 7. Lewis Samuels, 8. Victor Ulukita, 9. Tremayne Kamso, 10. Mosese Waga, 11. Lenoir Tairea, 12. Duane Gukisuva, 13. Isziah Gerrard
Coach – Lenoir Tairea
Ins: Isziah Gerrard
Outs: Joziah Tairea, Stevie Aull
Roosters: 1. Delane Edwards, 2. Mitch Wade-Whalan, 3. Regy Manu, 4. Manihera Eden, 5. Cameron Rupapera, 6. Duane Butler, 7. Cassius Read, 8. Brad Gibson, 9. Blake Hignett, 18. Callin Tereu, 11. Ezra Taomia, 12. Takaroha Peneha, 14. Ricky Cathro, 15. Ryan Foster, 16. Jamie Le, 17. Tamaho Teirney
Manager – Zac Speir
Ins: Jamie Le, Ryan Foster (150th Premiership game)
Outs: Bjorn Crotty, Aaron Hodges
Fremantle stalwart Ryan Foster will lead the Roosters out on Saturday as he plays his 150th WA Smarter Than Smoking Premiership game.
After debuting for the club back in 2005, Foster will bring up the milestone as Fremantle take on Willagee at Webber Reserve.
The Roosters will be without leading points scorer Bjorn Crotty for the clash, while Aaron Hodges makes way for Jamie Le.
The Bears, meanwhile, will be without star WA State player Stevie Aull.
Bye – Joondalup Giants