Canberra Raiders 32 – 20 Newcastle Knights
Canberra made it back-to-back wins and recorded their biggest scalp of the season, knocking off the third-placed Knights.

Canberra 32 (J Billing, D Bright, L Lewis, N Saddler, J Smith, M Souter tries; S Vuki 4 goals) def. Newcastle 20 (J Glamuzina, L O’Brien, L Pietzner, F Sharper tries; T Cant 2 goals) at Raiders Belconnen.

Stat sheet
Canberra: Caleb Tohi – 25 tackles, 129 run metres; Deakin Bright – 2 line breaks
Newcastle: Brock Greacen – 24 tackles; Keanu Wainohu-Kemp – 130 run metres; Thomas Cant – 2 line breaks

Debuts: Myles MartinNoah Nailagoliva (Newcastle)


Wests Tigers 30 – 16 Canterbury Bulldogs
The Tigers moved into the top four with a strong 14-point win over the Bulldogs in Belmore.

Wests Tigers 30 (J Kirk, K Picken, L Saukuru, T Simpkins, J Valevatu, Z Wilkins tries; K Hill 3 goals) def. Canterbury 16 (C Laiman, J Su’a, S Tavita tries; J Su’a 2 goals) at Belmore Sports Ground.

Stat sheet
Canterbury: Ediq Ambrosyev – 31 tackles; Epeli Sukanaivalu – 150 run metres
Wests Tigers: James Valevatu – 29 tackles; Tukimihia Simpkins – 189 run metres

Debuts: Caleb Laiman (Canterbury); Apisalome Saukuru (Wests Tigers)


Penrith Panthers 30 – 18 Cronulla Sharks
Penrith snapped their four-game losing streak thanks to doubles from William Fakatoumafi and Niwhai Puru.

Penrith 30 (W Fakatoumafi 2, N Puru 2, H Puru tries; A Williams 5 goals) def. Cronulla 18 (S Healey, K Parker, R Rivett tries; R Rivett 3 goals) at PointsBet Stadium.

Stat sheet
Cronulla: Sam Healey – 41 tackles; Sam Stonestreet – 135 run metres
Penrith: Hohepa Puru – 28 tackles; William Fakatoumafi – 139 run metres


Sydney Roosters 40 – 6 Parramatta Eels
The Roosters made it seven wins on the trot, putting the Eels to the sword in Kellyville, with Jack Mossman crossing for four tries.

Sydney 40 (J Mossman 4, V Karawalevu, P Steinwede, J Swann, C Takairangi tries; H Savala 4 goals) def. Parramatta 6 (M Komolafe try; E Sanders goal) at Kellyville Park.

Stat sheet
Parramatta: Brock Parker – 37 tackles; Matt Komolafe – 135 run metres
Sydney: Phoenix Steinwede – 28 tackles; Jack Mossman – 215 run metres, 4 line breaks


Manly Sea Eagles 30 – 26 South Sydney Rabbitohs
Manly ended their three-game losing run and moved further away from the bottom of the ladder with their win over Souths.

Manly 30 (G Chan Kum Tong 2, S Aukusitino, T Bunting, J Smyth tries; T Bunting 5 goals) def. South Sydney 26 (T Duncan 2, W Bruines, T Munro, L Te Hau tries; T Munro 3 goals) at 4 Pines Park.

Stat sheet
Manly: Gordon Chan Kum Tong – 34 tackles; Jonah Palota-Kopa – 125 run metres
South Sydney: Tallis Duncan – 32 tackles; 156 run metres, 2 line breaks

Debuts: Tylor BuntingJonathan Chan (Manly)


St George Illawarra Dragons 38 – 12 Victoria Thunderbolts
The Dragons ran seven tries past the Thunderbolts as they secured their fifth straight win.

St George Illawarra 38 (B Johnson 2, T Stewart 2, H Budd, C Gromek, B Wallace tries; S Hooper 4, T Stewart goals) def. Victoria 12 (C Geyer, A Salani tries; T Ua 2 goals) at Casey Fields.

Stat sheet
Victoria: Kade Roberts – 54 tackles; Sheldon Diaz – 165 run metres
St George Illawarra: Sam Hooper – 30 tackles; Treigh Stewart – 233 run metres, 2 line breaks

Debuts: Noah Natapu (Victoria)


Click HERE for the Jersey Flegg Cup ladder

Top Tryscorers Top Pointscorers
15 Jack Mossman (Sydney) 118 Ryan Rivett (Cronulla)
11 Isaiah Iongi (Penrith) 86 Hugo Savala (Sydney)
10 William Fakatoumafi (Penrith) 84 Niwhai Puru (Penrith)
9 Sualauvi Faalogo (Victoria) 76 Sam Hooper (St George Illawarra)
9 Jacob Preston (Sydney) 76 Jack Mossman (Sydney)
9 Jordan Samrani (Cronulla) 76 Jonah Pezet (Victoria)
9 Treigh Stewart (St George Illawarra) 60 Thomas Cant (Newcastle)
8 Carson Kaho (South Sydney) 56 Corey Fenning (Parramatta)
8 Vuate Karawalevu (Sydney) 56 Kade Hill (Wests Tigers)
8 Ethan King (Sydney) 56 Ethan Sanders (Parramatta)

The Jersey Flegg takes the weekend off due to rep round before returning for Round 16 in two weeks time.

Round 16
Thursday, June 30

Manly Sea Eagles v Victoria Thunderbolts
Friday, July 1
Penrith Panthers v Sydney Roosters
Canterbury Bulldogs v Cronulla Sharks
Saturday, July 2
Wests Tigers v Newcastle Knights
South Sydney Rabbitohs v Parramatta Eels
Sunday, July 3
St George Illawarra Dragons v Canberra Raiders

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