The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Junior Representative sides have come away with two wins and two losses following their respective competition clashes on the weekend.
The Bulldogs Andrew Johns Cup and Laurie Daley Cup sides were successful and claimed the two points, while the SG Ball and Tarsha Gale sides suffered defeats.
The SG Ball team suffered their second loss of the season after leading 10 nil at half time, before the Manly Sea Eagles scored four second half tries to claim a 22-10 victory, while the Tarsha Gale side went down to the Roosters Indigenous Academy and the Harold Matthews had a bye.
Sea Eagles 22 (Ben Trbojevic, James Uesele, Josh Schuster, Jamie Lawler tries: Jack Birt 2, Tapu Tuipulotu goals) def. Bulldogs 10 (Jackson Topine, Chris Patolo tries: Khaled Rajab goal)
Roosters Indigenous Academy 38 (Ella Simon 2, Brandi Davis Welsh 2, Tymekqwa Duckett 2, Sharika Nean, Shakaya Williams tries,: Dakota Blacklock 3 goals) def. Bulldogs 14 (Jasmine Peters 2, Lataisiyah Nelisa Malasia tries, Jasmine Peters goal)
Andrew Johns Cup
North Coast Bulldogs 26 (M Donovan 3, T Bull tries; O Tyerman 5 goals) def. Greater Northern Tigers 12 (M Simon 2 tries; P Dixon 2 goals)
Laurie Daley Cup
North Coast Bulldogs 34 (E Clark, M Evans, J Wood, E Duncombe, U Roberts, B Morgan tries; K Parkinson 5 goals) def. Greater Northern Tigers 12 (J Butler, S Dengate tries; S Dengate 2 goals)