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Team News: Round 1 Junior Reps

The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs junior representative teams will be in action this weekend when the opening round of their respective competitions kicks off on Saturday, February 6.

The club’s Harold Matthews, SG Ball and Tarsha Gale Cup teams will feature in a triple header at Belmore Sports Ground with the girls team kicking off the day at 10am, followed by the Matthews Cup at 11.30am and the SG Ball at 1pm.

The Tarsha Gale side will play the Sydney Roosters Indigenous Academy, while both the boys teams will play the Sydney Roosters.

In 2021, the competition age limits have changed, so the Harold Matthews Cup is now under-17s, SG Ball Cup is under-19s as is the Tarsha Gale Cup.

This week the games at Belmore Sports Ground between the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs and the Sydney Roosters Harold Matts, Tarsha Gale and SG Ball sides will be live streamed via NSWRL TV.

Head to the Bulldogs Facebook page from 10:00am on Saturday to catch all the action.

HAROLD MATTHEWS ROUND 1 TEAM

1. Jonathan Sua, 2. Charlie Sorovi, 3. Micqut Ngaata , 4. Lachlan Broederlow, 5. Jordi Mazzone, 6. Brooklyn Taumata, 7. Josese Lanyon, 8. Amiraideen Yatim, 9. Harrison Valevatu, 10. Junior Taupau, 11. Lujuan Vito, 12. Jarrah Mcleod, 13. Shaquille Tavita, 14. Joash Papalii, 15. Paea Tu'iniua, 16. Sione Lolohea, 17. Levi Osei, 19. Julius Deacon Mautama

SG BALL ROUND 1 TEAM

1. Cameron Lawrence, 2. Brendan Tapuai, 3. Eli Clark, 4. Paul Alomoti, 5. Turoa Williams, 6. Khaled Rajab, 7. Joseph O'Neill, 8. Jack Todd, 9. Danny Ghantous, 10. Bayley Cox, 11. Lleyton Borg, 12. Diego Bravo Graham, 13. Lipoi Hopoi, 14. Bilal Yazici, 15. Omar Yaghi, 16. Charlie Lennon, 17. Solomon Akama, 19. Lachlan Vale

TARSHA GALE CUP ROUND 1 TEAM

1. Addyson Winterstein, 2. Lily Marsters, 3. Angelina Teakaraanga Katoa, 4. Petesa Lio , 5. Haylee Hifo, 6. Leilani Wilson, 7. Anneka Wilson, 8. Shem Tagaloamatua, 9. Tahleah Gibson, 10. Tamika Tohia, 11. Indee Brown, 12. Gwen Swann, 13. Sara Sautia, 14. Anjali Mence, 15. Ngamako Totorewa, 16. Seata Takapautolo, 17. Tangikina Laulea, 19. Victoria Cocker

IMAGE SUPPLIED: Bryden Sharp Photography