2019 NSWRL Junior Reps results – Round 4

(Photo: Allan Barry)

SG Ball Cup (under-18)

Round 4
2 March Manly 58 – 14 St George Lottoland
2 March Sydney 32 – 10 Canterbury Henson Park
2 March Illawarra 54 – 8 North Sydney Collegians Sporting Complex
2 March Cronulla 38 – 4 Penrith Shark Park
2 March Central Coast 24 – 14 South Sydney Morry Breen Oval
2 March Western Suburbs 18 – 28 Parramatta Campbelltown Stadium
2 March West Coast 12 – 40 Balmain Charlottes Pavillion
2 March Victoria 10 – 46 Newcastle Casey Fields
Canberra BYE


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Top try scorers Top point scorers
6 Josh Rizk (Balmain) 42 Spiro Psiroukis (St George)
6 Uluaki Tuipulotu (Manly) 36 Thomas Demeio (Cronulla)
5 Jason Smyth (Balmain) 32 Samuel Loizou (Parramatta)
5 Treigh Stewart (Illawarra) 32 Josh Rizk (Balmain)
5 Simon Tito (Manly) 32 Aaron Schoupp (Illawarra)
5 Piliaau Togamaga (Western Suburbs) 26 Zane Camroux (Balmain)
4 Oskar Enasio (Balmain) 26 Jayden Sullivan (Illawarra)
4 Mathew Feagai (Illawarra) 24 Reece Piepers (Central Coast)
4 Siua Fotu (Manly) 24 Brayden Robertson (Canberra)
4 Issam Merhi (Canterbury) 24 Uluaki Tuipulotu (Manly)

Harold Matthews Cup (under-16)

Round 4
2 March Manly 34 – 12 St George Lottoland
2 March Sydney 6 – 28 Canterbury Henson Park
2 March Illawarra 28 – 4 North Sydney Collegians Sporting Complex
2 March Parramatta 30 – 20 Western Suburbs New Era Stadium
2 March Cronulla 20 – 10 Penrith Shark Park
2 March Central Coast 8 – 40 South Sydney Morry Breen Oval
Canberra BYE
Balmain BYE
Newcastle BYE


Click HERE for Harold Matthews Cup ladder

Top try scorers Top point scorers
6 Joseph Suaalii (South Sydney) 36 Francis Faaofo-Tuitino (Parramatta)
4 Luca Ace-Nasteski (South Sydney) 36 Jake Hay (Penrith)
4 Brendon Morkos (Illawarra) 36 Joseph Nohra (South Sydney)
4 Luke Tucker (Manly) 36 Jonah Pezet (Newcastle)
3 Jesse Buchan (Penrith) 24 Justin Matamua (Western Suburbs)
3 Will Carroll (Balmain) 24 Joseph Suaalii (South Sydney)
3 Francis Faaofo-Tuitino (Parramatta) 24 Teddy Wilson (Manly)
3 Jake Hay (Penrith) 20 Jesse Buchan (Penrith)
3 Mitchell Henderson (Newcastle) 18 Christian Jardim (Balmain)
3 Oryn Keeley (Newcastle) 18 Matthew Stewart (Canberra)

Tarsha Gale Cup (under-18)
Wests Tigers 26 (Ally Beaufils, Litiana Smith-Warwick, Jessica Kennedy, Mamana Alatini, Josephine Bee tries; Emily Curtain 3 goals) def. Parramatta Eels 20 (Izabella Epati 2, Martha Fua, Allison Futialo tries; Shondell Akhabue 2 goals) at New Era Stadium.

Penrith Panthers 28 (Christina Palu 2, Teagan Toa-Toa 2, Reshaun Vaughan, Emelia Kaafi tries; Hope Tevaga 2 goals) def. Cronulla Sharks 14 (Jamie Chapman, Alexandra Weir, Zali Fay tries; Kyla Johnston goal) at Shark Park.

St George Dragons 36 (Ema Rainima 2, Mareva Swann 2, Filomina Hanisi, Taina Naividi, Anastacia Shum-Cottrell tries; Sereana Naitokatoka 3, Ana Tohi-Hiku goals) def. Newcastle Knights 22 (Olivia Kernick, Ella Buteux, Jorja Holden, Lily Hanning tries; Caitlan Johnston 2, Cody Campbell goals) at Maitland Sports Ground.

Illawarra Steelers 44 (Chantel Tugaga 4, Maddison Weatherall 2, Keele Browne, Tiana Graham, Olivia Vale tries; Tiana Graham 2, Olivia Vale 2 goals) def. Sydney Roosters Indigenous Academy 24 (Ella Simon, Dakota Blacklock, Tymekqwa Duckett, Brandi Davis-Welsh, Keilee Joseph tries; Dakota Blacklock 2 goals) at Henson Park.

Canberra Raiders 28 (Ashley Carter 2, Taysha-Lee Campbell, Gabbie Davis, Geena Elliott, Tarnayar Hinch, Madyson Tooth tries) def. Canterbury Bulldogs 8 (Precious Papalii, Mia Enright-Bullock tries) at New Era Stadium.

Click HERE for Tarsha Gale Cup ladder

Top try scorers Top point scorers
10 Maddison Weatherall (Illawarra) 40 Tiana Graham (Illawarra)
6 Mareva Swann (St George) 40 Maddison Weatherall (Illawarra)
6 Leanne Toomalatai (St George) 34 Caitlan Johnstone (Newcastle)
5 Janaya Bent (Wests Tigers) 26 Emily Curtain (Wests Tigers)
4 Jada Beale (Newcastle) 24 Mareva Swann (St George)
4 Keele Browne (Illawarra) 24 Leanne Toomalatai (St George)
4 Gabbie Davis (Canberra) 22 Shondell Akhabue (Parramatta)
4 Tiana Graham (Illawarra) 22 Gabbie Davis (Canberra)
4 Carissa Harrison (Newcastle) 20 Janaya Bent (Wests Tigers)
4 Jorja Holden (Newcastle) 16 Jada Beale (Newcastle)
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