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Junior Reps Round 2: Belmore Triple-Header Results

All three Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs junior representative sides lined up for Round 2 at Belmore Sports Ground on the weekend.

The SG Ball Cup team played out an enthralling 18-all draw in front of a healthy crowd at Belmore. South Sydney doing enough to score at the death to walk away with a share of the spoils.

SG Ball Cup Round 2: Bulldogs vs Rabbitohs

Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 18 (Tries: Turoa Williams, Danny Ghantous, Lomi Saukuru; Goals: Compton Fuatimau [3]) drew South Sydney Rabbitohs 18 (Tries: Davvy Moale, Dion Teaupa, Terrell Ka; Goals: Dion Teaupa [3])

Our Harold Matthews Cup side put on a dominant display in their first season outing with Lisiate Tupou and Lajuan Vito grabbing hat-tricks in their 52-0 victory over the South Sydney Rabbitohs.

Harold Matthews Cup Round 2: Bulldogs vs Rabbitohs

Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 52 (Tries: Lisiate Tupou [3], Lajuan Vito [3], Paul Alamoti [2], Iverson Matai, Braydon Hawes, Lachlan Broederlow; Goals: Paul Alamoti [3], Sioeli Hopoi) def. South Sydney Rabbitohs 0

The Tarsha Gale Cup put on a gallant effort, falling short to the St George Dragons 22-16. The squad will take a lot of positives from the match heading into Round 3.

Tarsha Gale Cup Round 2: Bulldogs vs Dragons

St George Dragons 22 (Tries: Bienne Terita [2], Fatafehi Hanisi, Gardinia Faalogo, Breeze E'e; Goals: Ryshe Faamausili ) def. Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 16 (Tries: Sara Sautia [2], Leilani Wilson; Goals: Addyson Winterstein [2])

Junior Representative Round 3 Fixtures

SG Ball Cup: Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs vs St George Dragons, 1:00pm, Saturday 22 February – Netstrata Jubilee Stadium

Harold Matthews Cup: Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs vs St George Dragons, 11:30am, Saturday 22 February – Netstrata Jubilee Stadium

Tarsha Gale Cup: Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs v Cronulla Sharks, 10:00am, Saturday 22 February – Belmore Sports Ground