SG Ball Cup (under-18)

Round 4
29 February South Sydney 16 – 14 Balmain Metricon High Performance
29 February Western Suburbs 12 – 36 Illawarra Campbelltown Stadium
29 February Sydney 40 – 26 Canberra Henson Park
29 February St George 30 – 44 Manly Mascot Oval
29 February Penrith 70 – 4 West Coast Panthers Stadium
29 February Victoria 12 – 42 Parramatta Casey Fields
29 February Newcastle 48 – 18 Canterbury Maitland Sports Ground
1 March Cronulla 14 – 38 Warriors PointsBet Stadium
Central Coast BYE
North Sydney BYE

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Top try scorers Top point scorers
6 Taniela Otukolo (Warriors) 52 Sione Moala (Warriors)
5 Jack Williams (Canberra) 46 Junior Tupou (Canberra)
4 Moala Graham-Taufa (Sydney) 40 Jonah Pezet (Newcastle)
4 Alan Holten (Sydney) 40 Niwhai Puru (Penrith)
4 Benjamin Johnson (St George) 38 Tyrone Roberts (Illawarra)
4 Tolu Koula (Manly) 32 Ronald Volkman (Sydney)
4 Tyrone Sa’u (Parramatta) 30 Josh Chappell (Parramatta)
4 Peter Taateo (Parramatta) 26 Isaac Morris (St George)
4 Izack Tago (Penrith) 24 Taniela Otukolo (Warriors)
4 Sunia Turuva (Penrith) 22 Dion Teaupa (South Sydney)

Harold Matthews Cup (under-16)

Round 4
29 February South Sydney 24 – 18 Balmain Metricon High Performance
29 February Western Suburbs 20 – 10 Illawarra Campbelltown Stadium
29 February Sydney 18 – 24 Canberra Henson Park
29 February St George 0 – 44 Manly Mascot Oval
29 February Newcastle 12 – 34 Canterbury Maitland Sports Ground
29 February Central Coast 10 – 32 Parramatta Morry Breen Oval
1 March Cronulla 20 – 34 Penrith PointsBet Stadium
North Sydney BYE

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Top try scorers Top point scorers
5 Paul Alamoti (Canterbury) 42 Paul Alamoti (Canterbury)
4 Latu Fainu (Manly) 30 Isaiya Katoa (Penrith)
4 Myles Martin (Parramatta) 22 Suliasi Aho (Parramatta)
4 Joshua Petrovic (Canberra) 22 Oliver Cummins (Manly)
3 Kit Laulilii (Western Suburbs) 22 Siteni Taukamo (Cronulla)
3 Siamani Leuluai (Canberra) 18 Ethan Ferguson (Newcastle)
3 Ropeti Lole (Manly) 18 Tony Sukkar (Balmain)
3 Zac Sarfati (Sydney) 16 Latu Fainu (Manly)
3 Charlie Sorovi (Canterbury) 16 Myles Martin (Parramatta)
3 Mason Stottelaar (Central Coast) 16 Joshua Petrovic (Canberra)

Tarsha Gale Cup (under-18)

Round 4
29 February Wests Tigers 22 – 12 Parramatta Campbelltown Stadium
29 February St George 10 – 26 Illawarra Mascot Oval
29 February Newcastle 8 – 32 Canterbury Maitland Sports Ground
29 February Indigenous Academy 10 – 18 Canberra Henson Park
1 March Cronulla 22 – 20 Penrith PointsBet Stadium

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Top try scorers Top point scorers
7 Teagan Berry (Illawarra) 28 Teagan Berry (Illawarra)
6 Jaime Chapman (Cronulla) 26 Makayla Morris (Canberra)
6 Bienne Terita (St George) 26 Olivia Vale (Illawarra)
4 Krystal Blackwell (Canberra) 24 Jaime Chapman (Cronulla)
3 Valasi Asomua (Canberra) 24 Bienne Terita (St George)
3 Indee Brown (Canterbury) 22 Jessica Whelan (Wests Tigers)
3 Maddie Dodson (Canberra) 22 Addyson Winterstein (Canterbury)
3 Shernille Ellis (Sydney) 16 Krystal Blackwell (Canberra)
3 Andie Robinson (Cronulla) 14 Viena Tinao (Illawarra)
3 Gwen Swann (Parramatta) 12 Valasi Asomua (Canberra)

 

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