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The Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs have today confirmed their teams for the fourth Rounds of the Tarsha Gale Cup, Harold Matthews and SG Ball competitions.

Tarsha Gale Cup v Penrith Panthers, Belmore Sportsground - Saturday 4 March, 11am

1. Aaliayah Fasavalu-Faamausili, 2. Terese Auvae, 3. Sinead Sio, 4. Tigerlily Wakim, 5. Grace Li, 6. Sinukula Sakiri, 7. Alafou Fatu, 8. Ruth Saufoi, 9. Haneen Zreika, 10. Joy Tedeschi, 11. Kerri Putahi, 12. Tarquin Mata, 13. Sydney Topine, 14. Makarita Faitua, 15. Malae Tuimavave, 16. Pricilla Faitua, 17. Tangikina Hanisi, 18. Tali-Bell Smith, 19. Page McGregor

Harold Matthews Cup v Penrith Panthers, Belmore Sportsground - Saturday 4 March, 12pm

1. Kurt Picken, 2. Keenan Abbey, 3. Gian Mario Serratore, 4. Moses Vuki, 5. Jazzaah Schaafhausen, 6. Billy Hamawi, 7. Darren Paese, 8. Mosese Pope, 9. Issam Merhi, 10. Brandon Pelo, 11. Jon Moli, 12. Jackson Topine, 13. Will Saunders, 14. Tristan Farquhar, 15. Hussein Yaghi, 16. Aufunga Autagavaia, 17. Chris Patolo

SG Ball Cup: BYE

Round 3 Results:

SG BALL: Western Suburbs Magpies 26 (N Tui 2, R Delponte, D Ioapo, R Ngatikaura tries; J Tautaiolefua 3 goals) def Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 18 (P Sua 2, T Anderson tries; B Wakeham 3 goals)

Harold Matthews: Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 28 (T Farquhar 2, J Moli, M Pope, K Abbey tries; G Serratore 4 goals) def Western Suburbs Magpies 0

Tarsha Gale Cup: Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 26 (T Taefu, G Li, G Saufoi, S Sio, K Putahi, A Sakiti tries; G Li goal) def Canberra Raiders 24 (H Machell 2, K Kapea, N Phonsaya, A Ingram tries; A Ingram, M Bullock goals)


Acknowledgement of Country

Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs respect and honour the Darug and Eora nations, who are the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.