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Team News: Round 7 Junior Reps

The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have confirmed their junior representative teams for this weekends round seven fixtures.

The club's Harold Matthews, SG Ball and Tarsha Gale Cup teams will all play at Belmore Sports Ground on Saturday March 20.

All three teams had a bye last weekend and will be back in action on home soil.

The Tarsha Gale team will play the Illawarra Steelers at 3.30pm, while the Harold Matthews and SG Ball teams will both play the South Sydney Rabbitohs with the 19s at 12.30pm and the under 17s starting at 2pm.

The three junior rep teams will follow the Jersey Flegg match between the Bulldogs and the Panthers which kicks-off at 10.30am.


1. Joash Papalii, 2. Julius Deacon Mautama, 3. William Afualo, 4. Lachlan Broederlow, 5. Lisaite Tupou, 6. Braydon Hawes, 7. Iverson Matai, 8. Amir Yatim, 9. Josese Lanyon, 10. Shaquille Tavita, 11. Lujuan Vito, 12. Sione Lolohea, 13. Bailey Myers, 14. Jonathan Sua, 15. Junior Taupau, 16. Paea Tu'iniua, 17. Dontaye Pritchard, 20. Ibrahim El-Cheikh


1. Cameron Lawrence, 2. Louie Yehia, 3. Eli Clark, 4. Paul Alomoti, 5. Brendan Tapuai, 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. Lachlan Vale, 15. Omar Yaghi, 16. Charlie Lennon, 17. Solomon Akama, 19. Turoa Williams, 20. Hayden Essery, 22. William Tuitupou.


1. Kise Ahfa, 2. Monique Najjar, 3. Petesa Lioa, 4. Leilani Wilson, 5. May Tareha, 6. Addyson Winterstei, 7. Anneka Wilson, 8. Angelina Teakaraanga Katoa, 9. Ngamako Totorewa, 10. Gwen Swann, 11. Indee Brown, 12. Sara Sautia, 13. Anjali Mence, 15. Tahleah Gibson, 16. Seata Takapautolo, 17. Tamika Tohia, 19. Tangikina Laulea, 20. Shabar Thomas, 21. Lydia Tavui-Leota, 23. Victoria Cocker

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.