2021 NSWRL Junior Rep Grand Finals results

The NSWRL Junior Representative season concluded this afternoon at Leichhardt Oval with three exciting Grand Finals played.

Tarsha Gale Cup
St George Dragons 30 (Rueben Cherrington 2, Rosemarie Beckett, Ravyen-Jodeci Boyce, Cassey Tohi-Hiku, Luisa Yaranamua tries; Stella Tijou 3 goals) def. Sydney Roosters 4 (Keilee Joseph try).

Player of the Match: Rayven-Jodeci Boyce (St George)
Player of the Series: Fatafehi Hanisi (St George)

St George win their first Tarsha Gale Cup in their first Grand Final appearance.

Click HERE for full team lists and match report


Harold Matthews Cup
Manly Sea Eagles 24 (Samuela Fainu, Josh Feledy, Calvin Levy, Roy Quiroz-Mapusua, Revelation Sio tries; Ollie Cummins, TJ Herring goals) def. Parramatta Eels 12 (Declan Murray, Blaize Talagi tries; Ethan Sanders 2 goals).

Player of the Match: Latu Fainu (Manly)
Player of the Series: Latu Fainu (Manly)

Manly win their second Harold Matthews Cup in their third Grand Final appearance since 2017.

Click HERE for full team lists and match report


SG Ball Cup
Canberra Raiders 18 (Caleb Esera, Sione Moala, Jack Sandford tries; Mitchell Spencer 3 goals) def. Illawarra Steelers 14 (Joshua Coric, Alexander Lobb, Brandon Morkos tries; Alexander Lobb goals).

Player of the Match: Trey Mooney (Canberra)
Player of the Series: Junior Amone (Illawarra)

Canberra win their third SG Ball Cup, having last won in 2005. This was their second Grand Final appearance since 2012.

Click HERE for full team lists and match report



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

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