NSWRL Junior Reps results – Round 7 2021

The NSWRL Junior Representative regular season is in the books after this past weekend’s round of action.

The Round 7 games were originally scheduled for March 20 but were postponed and rescheduled due to heavy rain.

In the SG Ball Cup, the Roosters were crowned minor premiers, finishing a point ahead of the Sea Eagles and Rabbitohs. In the Harold Matthews Cup, the Sea Eagles finished two points clear of the Eels, while the Knights took out top spot in the Tarsha Gale Cup.

SG Ball Cup (under-19)

Round 7
10 April Manly 38 – 10 Balmain Lottoland
10 April Illawarra 80 – 10 North Sydney Ziems Park
10 April St George 6 – 56 Canberra Mascot Oval
10 April Cronulla 18 – 54 Parramatta PointsBet Stadium
10 April Sydney 36 – 18 Western Suburbs EDSACC Oval
10 April Canterbury 18 – 28 South Sydney Stadium Australia

Newcastle – BYE

Click HERE for SG Ball Cup ladder

Top try scorer Top point scorer
12 Evan Manning (South Sydney) 100 Jamie Humphreys (Manly)
11 Jordan Swann (Sydney) 86 Alexander Lobb (Illawarra)
9 Joshua Billing (Canberra) 78 Ryan Rivett (Cronulla)
8 Kade Dykes (Cronulla) 69 Josh Chappell (Parramatta)
8 Junior Amone (Illawarra) 68 Zane Camroux (Newcastle)
8 Michael Asomua (Canberra) 62 Livai Saukuru (Balmain)
8 Carson Kaho (South Sydney) 60 Khaled Rajab (Canterbury)
8 Brendon Tapuai (Canterbury) 56 Sualauvi Faalogo (Victoria)
7 Sualauvi Faalogo (Victoria) 50 Mitchell Spencer (Canberra)
7 Tui Ieremia (Victoria) 50 Dion Teaupa (South Sydney

Harold Matthews Cup (under-17)

Round 7
10 April Canterbury 44 – 0 South Sydney Terry Lamb Complex
10 April Manly 48 – 6 Balmain Lottoland
10 April Central Coast 24 – 10 Penrith EDSACC Oval
10 April Illawarra 32 – 24 North Sydney Ziems Park
10 April St George 26 – 0 Canberra Mascot Oval
10 April Sydney 24 – 26 Western Suburbs EDSACC Oval
10 April Cronulla 10 – 30 Parramatta PointsBet Stadium

Newcastle – BYE

Click HERE for Harold Matthews Cup ladder

Top try scorer Top point scorer
17 Josh Feledy (Manly) 86 Ethan Ferguson (Newcastle)
10 Ethan Ferguson (Newcastle) 78 Ethan Sanders (Parramatta)
7 Solomone Saukuru (Western Suburbs) 68 Ollie Cummins (Manly)
7 Mason Stottelaar (Central Coast) 68 Josh Feledy (Manly)
7 Faaletino Tavana (Western Suburbs) 54 Haydan Ritchie (Central Coast)
7 Cooper Toy (Sydney) 50 Kynan Clough (Illawarra)
6 Sean Trindall (Illawarra) 50 Josh Durkin (Sydney)
6 Noah Goodman (Central Coast) 48 Tylor Bunting (Penrith)
6 Ethan Sanders (Parramatta) 44 Tajh Colquhoun (Western Suburbs)
6 Tony Sukkar (Balmain) 40 Eddie Markopoulos (Balmain)

Tarsha Gale Cup (under-19)

Round 7
10 April Cronulla 12 – 30 Parramatta PointsBet Stadium
10 April St George 26 – 26 Canberra Mascot Oval
10 April Canterbury 10 – 30 Illawarra Terry Lamb Complex
10 April Sydney 30 – 10 Wests Tigers EDSSAC Oval

Newcastle – BYE

Click HERE for Tarsha Gale Cup ladder

Top try scorer Top point scorer
11 Teagan Berry (Illawarra) 44 Teagan Berry (Illawarra)
9 Sophie Clancy (Newcastle) 44 Makayla Morris (Canberra)
9 Otesa Pule (Sydney) 44 Ruby Smith (Sydney)
7 Indee Brown (Canterbury) 42 Tylah Vallance (Newcastle)
6 Charlize Lloyd-Phillips (Sydney) 38 Sophie Clancy (Newcastle)
6 Makayla Morris (Canberra) 36 Otesa Pule (Sydney)
6 Losalio Sita Payne (Parramatta) 28 Indee Brown (Canterbury)
6 Taneka Todhunter (Sydney) 26 Rosemarie Beckett (St George)
5 Keeley Kopara (Illawarra) 26 Stella Tijou (St George)
5 Shelby Muir (Wests Tigers) 24 Charlize Lloyd-Phillips (Sydney)


Categories: Harold Matthews, SG Ball, Tarsha Gale Cup, U17, U19

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