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Week 2 Finals Teams: Harold Matthews and SG Ball

The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Harold Matthews and SG Ball teams will this week travel to Jubilee Stadium for the second round of finals matches.

The Harold Matthews team went down to the Newcastle Knights in the opening weekend of the finals series 22-16 and will this week play the Balmain Tigers in the semi-final.

Meanwhile, the SG Ball side claimed a 28-6 victory over the Cronulla Sharks in week one and advanced to the second week to set up a clash with the Parramatta Eels.

A win will see both teams advance through to the preliminary final, while a loss will be the end of the season.

Both games will be at Jubilee Stadium, Kogarah on Friday April 19 with the under 16s kicking off at 10apm and the under 18s match starting at 11.30am.


Harold Matthews: Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs v Balmain Tigers, Jubilee Oval, Kogarah, 10am - Friday April 19.

SG Ball: Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs v Parramatta Eels, Jubilee Oval, Kogarah, 11.30am - Friday April 19.


1. Pharell Zimmerman, 2. Anthony Baptista, 3. Natrell Tawa, 4. Paul Alamoti, 5. Turoa Williams, 6. Iverson Teo, 7. Joseph O’Neil, 8. Semisi Lavulo, 9. Malachi Harimate-Vaine, 10. William Tuitupou, 11. Lajuan Vito, 12. Trieste Winitana, 13. Tusi-Alofa Aonga. INTERCHANGE: 14. Joash Papalli, 15. Bilal Danine, 16. Solomone Lanivia, 19. Danny Gabrael, 20. Ratu Jone Vakalolo, 22. Jaylen Tuitama.

COACH: Charbel Khoury

Harold Matthews Highlights: Week 1 Finals v Knights


1. Kurt Picken, 2. Louie Yehia, 3. Diego Bravo-Graham, 4. Compton Fuatimau, 5. Mosese Vuki, 6. Khalad Rajab, 7. James Valevatu, 8. Mosese Pope, 9. Issam Merhi, 10. Will Saunders, 11. Jackson Topine, 12. Chris Patolo, 13. Cooper Talau. INTERCHANGE: 14. Danny Ghantous, 15. Jazzaah Schaafhausen, 16. Lipoi Hopoi, 17. Joshua Kalati.

COACH: Joe Saukuru

SG Ball Highlights: Finals Week 1 v Sharks

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.