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

Tarsha Gale Cup v BYE

Harold Matthews Cup v v Central Coast, Morry Breen Oval Wyong – Saturday March 11, 12pm.

1. Gian Mario Serratore, 2.Manoa Veikaso, 3. Keana Abbey, 4. Moses Vuki, 5. Jazzaah Schaafhausen, 6. Darren Paese, 7. James Valevatu, 8. Mosese Pope, 9. David Tui, 10. Chris Patolo, 11. Jon Moli, 12. Hussein Yaghi, 13. Tristan Farquhar, 14. Matt Borg, 15. Eric Emile, 16. Aufunga Autagavaia, 17. Cooper Talau

SG Ball Cup v Central Coast, Morry Breen Oval Wyong – Saturday March 11, 1.30pm

1. Jake Averillo, 2.  Kytak Chan, 3. Amosa Manu, 4. Tui Katoa, 5. Koli Saukuru, 6. Tommy Talau, 7. Brandon Wakeham, 8. Soane Matavesi, 9. Lachlan Talau, 10. Pesamino Pasina, 11. Jacob Winterstein, 12. Sosaia Talivakaola, 13. Pule Sua, 14. Logen Dillon, 15. Jonty Timoti, 16. Mosese Faeamani, 17. Terrence Toomata, 19. Evander Swann

Round 4 Results:

Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 20 (K Abbey, J Schaafhausen, C Patolo, J Topine tries; G Serratore 2 goals) drew with Penrith Panthers 20 (T May, B Wyatt, O Finau, S Sub Laban tries; H Puru 2 goals)

Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 40 (P McGregor 3, A Toga Kulaya Sinukula 2, G Li, S Faitua, H Zreika tries; P McGregor 4 goals) def Penrith Panthers 10 (E Terekia, A Harrison tries; A Harrison goal)

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.