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Round 6 Junior Rep Results

The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Junior Representative sides have come away with one win, a draw and two losses following their respective competition clashes on the weekend.

Following a bye last weekend, the Bulldogs Harold Matthews side have come away with an impressive win over the Central Coast Roosters in Wyong.

Meanwhile, the club’s SG Ball and Andrew Johns Cup teams suffered defeats while the Laurie Daley Cup side shared the points with Newcastle Knights following a 22-all draw.

The Tarsha Gale match between the Bulldogs and Dragons did not go ahead due to the weather and will be played at a later date.


SG Ball

Central Coast Roosters 16 (Adam Riding, Tommy Anderson, Levi Kasun tries: Reece Piepers 2 goals) def. Bulldogs 8 (Khaled Rajab, Diego Bravo-Graham tries)

Harold Matthews

Bulldogs 36 (Adam Lababidi 2, Solomone Saukuru, Pharell Zimmerman, Malachi Harimate-Vaine, Paul Alamoti, Turoa Williams tries: Trieste Winitana 4 goals) def. Central Coast Roosters 12 (Jasmine Peters 2, Lataisiyah Nelisa Malasia tries, Jasmine Peters goal)

Andrew Johns Cup

Newcastle Knights DS 22 (T Moodie, A Peel, R Cullen, C Cromarty tries; K Thomas 3 goals) def. North Coast Bulldogs 10 (G Spokes, B Brennan tries; O Tyerman goal)

Laurie Daley Cup

Newcastle Knights DS 22 (H Regan, L O’Brien, L Williams, T Cant tries; Z Miller 3 goals) drew with North Coast Bulldogs 22 (M Mongta 2, S Burns tries; K Parkinson 5 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.