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Round 2 Junior Rep Results

The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs SG Ball team registered their second victory of the season, while the Harold Matthews and Tarsha Gale teams both suffered defeats on the weekend.

The SG Ball side were impressive in their 30-4 win over the South Sydney Rabbitohs at Belmore Sports Ground, but two late tries from the visitors in the Harold Matthews saw the Bunnies grab an eight-point victory.

In the Tarsha Gale Cup, the Bulldogs scored the first two tries of the match before the home side scored 34 unanswered points in the final 40 minutes of the game to claim a 40-8 victory.

In the opening round of the 2019 Andrew Johns and Laurie Daley Cup competitions, both Bulldogs sides walked away with draws from their opening matches against the Parramatta Eels and split the points.


Tarsha Gale

Panthers 40 (Reshaun Vaughan 2, Cydney-Lee Cherrington 2, Alana Everingham-Bryan, Viviarnna Simpson, Lavinia Taiseni, Hayley Mcgregor tries: Litiana Tuifua 3, Carlene Levergoals) def. Bulldogs 8 (Lianimishay Mahara, Victoria Barham tries)

Harold Matthews

Rabbitohs 26 (Joshua Mocevakaca, Faresa Palu, Joseph Suaalii, Terrell Ka, Luca Ace-Nasteski tries: Joseph Nohra 3 goals) def. Bulldogs 18 (Solomone Saukuru, Pharell Zimmerman, Natrell Tawa tries: Trieste Winitana 3 goals)

SG Ball

Bulldogs 30 (Issam Merhi 2, Compton Fuatimau, Khaled Rajab, Aufaga Autagavaia, Manoa Veikoso tries: Khaled Rajab 3 goals) def. Rabbitohs 4 (Bradley Zampech try)

Andrew Johns Cup

Bulldogs 16 (M Clarke 2, T Dungay tries; O Tyerman 2 goal) drew Parramatta Eels 16 (S Aho, H Orley, D Becerra tries; T Hu’Ihahau 2 goals)

Laurie Daley Cup

Bulldogs 12 (M Mongta, E Clark tries; K Parkinson 2 goals) drew Parramatta Eels 12 (S Manakofua, C Pasitoa, J Betham-Misa tries)

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.