2019 NSWRL Junior Reps results – Round 3

(Photo: Allan Barry)

SG Ball Cup (under-18)

Round 3
23 February Parramatta 20 – 20 Manly New Era Stadium
23 February Illawarra 32 – 32 Balmain Collegians Sporting Complex
23 February Canterbury 14 – 12 Victoria Belmore Sports Ground
23 February North Sydney 8 – 18 Canberra Mascot Oval
23 February Newcastle 25 – 18 Sydney St Johns Oval
23 February West Coast 6 – 66 Cronulla Lark Hill Sports Complex
23 February South Sydney 16 – 20 Penrith Redfern Oval
23 February Central Coast 28 – 12 Western Suburbs Morry Breen Oval
St George BYE

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Top try scorers Top point scorers
5 Josh Rizk (Balmain) 36 Spiro Psiroukis (St George)
4 Riley Meyn (Central Coast) 26 Zane Camroux (Balmain)
4 Viliami Penisini (Parramatta) 24 Brayden Robertson (Canberra)
4 Treigh Stewart (Illawarra) 20 Thomas Demeio (Cronulla)
4 Piliaau Togamaga (Western Suburbs) 20 Bailey Hughes (Penrith)
3 Oskar Enasio (Balmain) 20 Samuel Loizou (Parramatta))
3 Siua Fotu (Manly) 20 Logan Radzievic (Newcastle)
3 Aidan Gaffey (Canberra) 20 Josh Rizk (Balmain)
3 Jacob Kiraz (St George) 20 Aaron Schoupp (Illawarra)
3 Christian Ma’anaima (Newcastle) 18 Jack Birt (Manly)

Harold Matthews Cup (under-16)

Round 3
23 February Parramatta 16 – 18 Cronulla New Era Stadium
23 February Illawarra 20 – 28 Balmain Collegians Sporting Complex
23 February Canterbury 30 – 0 St George Belmore Sports Ground
23 February North Sydney 26 – 12 Canberra Mascot Oval
23 February Newcastle 50 – 6 Sydney St Johns Oval
23 February South Sydney 30 – 18 Penrith Redfern Oval
23 February Central Coast 10 – 16 Western Suburbs Morry Breen Oval
Manly BYE

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Top try scorers Top point scorers
3 Luca Ace-Nasteski (South Sydney) 36 Jonah Pezet (Newcastle)
3 Jesse Buchan (Penrith) 30 Jake Hay (Penrith)
3 Will Carroll (Balmain) 24 Joseph Nohra (South Sydney)
3 Mitchell Henderson (Newcastle) 22 Francis Faaofo-Tuitino (Parramatta)
3 Oryn Keeley (Newcastle) 20 Jesse Buchan (Penrith)
3 Tye Leyshon (North Sydney) 18 Christian Jardim (Balmain)
3 Faresa Palu (South Sydney) 18 Matthew Stewart (Canberra)
3 Hayden Reti-McClintock (Parramatta) 16 Justin Matamua (Western Suburbs)
3 Solomone Saukuru (Canterbury) 14 Teddy Wilson (Manly)
3 Alfred Uelese (Penrith) 12 Luca Ace-Nasteski (South Sydney)

Tarsha Gale Cup (under-18)
Parramatta Eels 26 (Pearl McCarthy 2, Breeze E’e, Shondell Akhabue, Juanita Fakaua tries; Shondell Akhabue 2, Juanita Fakaua goals) def. St George Dragons 20 (Leanne Toomalatai 2, Filomina Hanisi, Ema Rainima tries; Sereana Naitokatoka 2 goals) at New Era Stadium.

Illawarra Steelers 60 (Maddison Weatherall 4, Sophie Morris 2, Emily Andrews, Meg Buchanan, Tiana Graham, Mikayla Kidd, Shannon Scutts, Michaela Scutts, Rhiannon Tungai tries; Tiana Graham 3, Teagan Berry goals) def. Canterbury Bulldogs 6 (Jasmine Peters try; Jasmine Peters goal) at Collegians Sporting Complex.

Newcastle Knights 48 (Joeli Morris 3, Jada Beale 2, Carissa Harrison 2, Jorja Holden, Caitlan Johnston tries; Caitlan Johnston 5, Cody Campbell goals) def. Penrith Panthers 10 (Bree Chester, Hope Tevaga tries; Bree Chester goal) at St Johns Oval.

Wests Tigers 30 (Mamana Alatini 2, Janaya Bent 2, Georgia Nies, Jessica Whelan tries; Emily Curtain 3 goals) def. Cronulla Sharks 10 (Jamie Chapman, Jaida White tries; Kyla Johnston goal) at McCredie Park.

Canberra Raiders 22 (Tara McGrath-West, Gabbie Davies, Klaudia Osztrenkovics, Taylah Johnston tries; Gabbie Davies 3 goals) def. Sydney Roosters Indigenous Academy 16 (Brandi Davis-Welsh, Keilee Joseph, Shakaya Williams tries; Rease Casey 2 goals) at Mascot Oval.

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Top try scorers Top point scorers
8 Maddison Weatherall (Illawarra) 32 Tiana Graham (Illawarra)
6 Leanne Toomalatai (St George) 32 Caitlan Johnstone (Newcastle)
5 Janaya Bent (Wests Tigers) 32 Maddison Weatherall (Illawarra)
4 Jada Beale (Newcastle) 24 Leanne Toomalatai (St George)
4 Carissa Harrison (Newcastle) 20 Janaya Bent (Wests Tigers)
4 Joeli Morris (Newcastle) 20 Emily Curtain (Wests Tigers)
4 Mareva Swann (St George) 18 Shondell Akhabue (Parramatta)
3 Shondell Akhabue (Parramatta) 18 Gabbie Davis (Canberra)
3 Teagan Berry (Illawarra) 16 Jada Beale (Newcastle)
3 Keele Browne (Illawarra) 16 Carissa Harrison (Newcastle)
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