Parramatta Eels 30 – 28 Wests Tigers
Trailing by 10 points, the Eels scored two tries in the final 12 minutes to end their two-game losing streak.

Parramatta 30 (J Kalache, N Lenaz, D Lui, L Muagututia, E Sanders tries; C Fenning 5 goals) def. Wests Tigers 28 (T Peni 2, K Kautoga, J Kirk, F Pole tries; Z Camroux 4 goals) at Kellyville Park.

Stat sheet
Parramatta: Lachlan Blackburn – 31 tackles; Jabriel Kalache – 124 run metres
Wests Tigers: Braydon Guyan – 27 tackles; Jahream Bula – 211 run metres, 2 tackle breaks

Debuts: Taylor Mauala, Ben Olson (Parramatta)


Newcastle Knights 28 – 20 Canterbury Bulldogs
Newcastle ran in six tries at Belmore to keep on their winning run.

Newcastle 28 (D Armstrong 2, T Lemalama 2, P Achurch, R Jones tries; T Cant 2 goals) def. Canterbury 20 (E Ambrosyev, D Gabrael, H Hayes, K Savage tries; E Clark 2 goals) at Belmore Sports Ground.

Stat sheet
Canterbury: Lachlan Vale – 29 tackles; Eli Clark – 150 run metres; Danny Gabrael – 2 line breaks
Newcastle: Thomas Cant – 28 tackles; David Armstrong – 142 run metres

Debuts: Lajuan Vito (Canterbury)


Sydney Roosters 40 – 10 Canberra Raiders
The league leading Roosters put Canberra to the sword with a 30-point victory.

Sydney 40 (Z Montgomery 3, E King 2, J Mossman, P Steinwede tries; H Savala 5, J Mossman goals) def. Canberra 10 (J Smith, C Tohi tries; M Spencer goal) at North Sydney Oval.

Stat sheet
Sydney: Corey Ross – 24 tackles; Ethan King – 183 run metres; Zac Montgomery – 3 line breaks
Canberra: Mitchel Souter – 40 tackles; Josh Smith – 139 run metres

Debuts: Andre WrightTayson Fakaosi (Sydney), Juwan Compain*, Jack Bishop (Canberra)
*Previously played Hastings Deering Colts


Cronulla Sharks 34 – 22 South Sydney Rabbitohs
Cronulla extended their winning streak to three games with a 12-point win over South Sydney.

Cronulla 34 (M Waitere 2, K Ball, T Crossle, R Rivett, T Rodwell tries; R Rivett 5 goals) def. South Sydney 22 (T Giles 2, C Kaho, J Karapani tries; R Cook 2, L Hutchinson-Walters goal) at Henson Park.

Stat sheet
South Sydney: Romano Cook – 38 tackles; Thomas Giles – 186 run metres, 2 line breaks
Cronulla: Blake Hosking – 26 tackles; Thomas Rodwell – 177 run metres; Manaia Waitere – 2 line breaks

Debuts: Jye Patterson (Cronulla)


Penrith Panthers 46 – 20 Victoria Thunderbolts
After three straight losses, Penrith returned to the winner’s circle with a 26-point win in Victoria.

Penrith 46 (H El-Nachar 3, W Fakatoumafi 2, J Cole, B Fearnley, A Lisati tries; N Puru 7 goals) def. Victoria 20 (S Faalogo 2, A Gudgeon, R Tooala tries; J Pezet 2 goals) at Gosch’s Paddock.

Stat sheet
Victoria: Cole Geyer – 35 tackles; Sualauvi Faalogo – 120 run metres; Jonah Pezet – 2 line breaks
Penrith: Brad Fearnley – 24 tackles; Cody Lawson – 211 run metres; Hanna El-Nachar – 3 line breaks

Debuts: Jerry Musu (Victoria), Addison Williams (Penrith)


St George Illawarra Dragons 48 – 28 Manly Sea Eagles
Dragons’ winger Treigh Stewart crossed for four tries in a high-scoring win over Manly.

St George Illawarra 48 (T Stewart 4, B Johnson 2, C Gromek, B Magnone, C Roberts tries; S Hooper 4, T Stewart 2 goals) def. Manly 28 (Z Fulton 2, G Chan Kum Tong, O Clements, J Uesele tries; D Boney 4 goals) at 4 Pines Park.

Stat sheet
St George Illawarra: Sam Hooper – 22 tackles; Joshua Coric – 158 run metres
Manly: Gordon Chan Kum Tong – 35 tackles; Sanele Aukusitino – 112 run metres

Debuts: Callum Perryman, Joshua Coric, Jackson Shereb (St George Illawarra), Luke TuckerIverson Mapu-Satiu (Manly)


Round 6 Highlights: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2022/04/18/jersey-flegg-cup-highlights-round-six/

Click HERE for the Jersey Flegg Cup ladder

Top Try Scorers Top Point Scorers
7 Ethan King (Sydney) 70 Ryan Rivett (Cronulla)
7 Jack Mossman (Sydney) 44 Jonah Pezet (Victoria)
6 Cameron Brown (Manly) 34 Donovan Boney (Manly)
6 Trey Peni (Wests Tigers) 34 Corey Fenning (Parramatta)
6 Jacob Preston (Sydney) 34 Hugo Savala (Sydney)
5 Thomas Casey (Canberra) 32 Sam Hooper (St George Illawarra)
5 Kade Dykes (Cronulla) 32 Jack Mossman (Sydney)
5 Sualauvi Faalogo (Victoria) 32 Mitchell Spencer (Canberra)
5 Isaiah Iongi (Penrith) 30 Ronald Volkman (Sydney)
5 Samuel Kanaan (Canterbury) 28 Ethan King (Sydney)

Round 7 fixtures
Thursday, April 21
Cronulla Sharks v Manly Sea Eagles
Saturday, April 23
Sydney Roosters v St George Illawarra Dragons
Canterbury Bulldogs v Victoria Thunderbolts
Newcastle Knights v Parramatta Eels
Sunday, April 24
Penrith Panthers v Canberra Raiders
Wests Tigers v South Sydney Rabbitohs

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