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Round 3 Junior Rep Results

The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Junior Representative sides have registered four wins and a loss from their respective games on the weekend.

The Bulldogs SG Ball teams registered a close win over the Victoria Thunderbolts, the Harold Matthews scored an impressive 30-0 win over the St George Dragons at Belmore Sports Ground and the Bulldogs Tarsha Gale went down to the Canberra Illawarra Steelers.

In the second round of the Country Rugby League representative competitions, the Andrew Johns Cup and the Laurie Daley Cup sides both had impressive wins over Central Coast Roosters.



Steelers 60 (Maddison Weatherall 4, Sophie Morris 2, Meg Buchanan, Shannon Scutts, Rhiannon Tungai, Tiana Graham, Mikayla Kidd, Michaela Scutts, Emily Andrews tries: Tiana Graham 3, Teagan Berry goals) def. Bulldogs 6 (Jasmine Peters try: Jasmine Peters goal)


Bulldogs 30 (Solomone Saukuru 2, Ratu Jone Vakalolo, Lafaele Aumau, Joseph O'Neill, Anthony Baptista tries: Turoa Williams 2, Trieste Winitana goals) def. Dragons 0


Bulldogs 14 (Danny Ghantous, Manoa Veikoso, Jackson Topine tries: Latrell Siegwalt goal) def. Thunderbolts 12 (Tuilepogai Ieremia, Kruz Niutili-Schmidt, Xaviour Taufa tries)


North Coast Bulldogs 36 (M Clarke 2, M Donovan, B Thompson, T Dungay, T Downton, B Brennan tries; O Tyerman 4 goals) def. Central Coast Roosters 12 (K Broadley, S Pati tries; J Granger 2 goals)


North Coast Bulldogs 34 (L Williams 2, E Clark, B Howle, R Ulysses, L Jones, J Moore tries; K Parkinson 3 goals) def. Central Coast Roosters 6 (R Harris try; R Harris 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.