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Bulldogs Academy Team List: Round 2

The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Junior Representative sides have been named for Round 2 of their respective seasons.

Canterbury supporters will have their chance to watch once again our female junior representative teams dominate locally this Saturday, February 10, at Hammondville Oval as the Bulldogs line up to play the Knights. At the same time, travelling fans will be treated to a display of the Club's brightest developing male talents in Cessnock.

The Club's Lisa Fiaola, Tarsha Gale and Harold Matthews Cup squads will be looking to continue their strong start to the 2024 season following dominant wins in Round 1, while the SG Ball side will seek to bounce back from a close loss..

LISA FIAOLA CUP (Womens Under 17s)

No. Name
1 Nazlyn Waaka-Rhiind
2 Rastalia Smith
3 Tejahla-Jane Daniels-Maifea
4 Lahnayah Daniels
5 Asha Taumoepeau
6 Evelyn Roberts
7 Olivia Vaalele
8 Giovanna Suani
9 Mary-Jane Taito
10 Seriah PalePale
11 Paige Tauaneai
12 Alahana Fuimaono
13 Trinity Tauaneai
14 Abby Fuz
15 Heilala Fifita
16 Josinah Tauiliili
17 Jayde Freeman
18 Taylah Salapo
19 Kiana Vatubua



No. Name
1 Tawa-Dean Simpkins
2 Paul Johnson
3 Chin Udeh
4 Braith Sloan
5 Jope Raque
6 Elijah Tuifua
7 Matthew Barakat
8 Itula Seve (C)
9 Mason Phillips
10 Olesa Tai
11 Fine Fale
12 Solomon Tupou
13 Azariah Tiko-Mautiri
14 Chayse Geros
15 Albert Balchin
16 Malaki Ah-Loo
17 Villiame Mahe
18 Hassan Raaba
19 TBC

A word from the Coach, Shannon Rushworth: "The boys had a very physical and competitive game against a strong Roosters side (Round 1).

"It was a game that ebbed and flowed. We got out to a good 18-point lead, however, the Roosters didn't go away and closed the margin to within 8 points before we regathered ourselves and finished strong.

"There was a lot we took from this game, both good and bad, but what was positive is we all had to work through a bit of adversity and fought our way back into the game when momentum was against us.

"It's a big game this weekend against the Knights who are coming off a Round 1 win and who will want to make amends for last season. We are looking forward to the challenge and testing ourselves against the best."

TARSHA GALE CUP (Womens Under 19s)

No. Name
1 Abby Aros
2 Teora Dennis
3 Bella McEachern 
4 Jessica Ann Avei Patea
5 Audrey Nadaya-Harb
6 Shaquaylah Mahakitau-Monschau 
7 Ambryn Murphy-Haua
8 Paea Uilou
9 Waimarie Martin
10 Mackenzie Stephens
11 Emiah Stokes
12 Hannah Makira
13 Pauline Suli-Ruka
14 Kayla Henderson
16 Casey Cowgill
17 Isla Talau
19 Grace Leiataua
20 Mariah Fasavalu-Faamausili

SG BALL CUP (Mens Under 19s)

No. Name
1 Latrell Fing
2 Chelden Hayward
3 Hamish Wilson
4 Sosaia Kaufusi
5 Raty Rinakama
6 Alex Conti
7 Mitchell Woods
8 Fou Seve
9 Zaidas Muagututia
10 Oliva Smith
11 Sosefo Finau
12 Logan Spinks
13 Pat Young
14 Bailey Myers
15 Sosaia Alatini
16 Jed Reardon
17 David Leota
18 Bud Smith
19 Mass Mari
20 Jayden Smith
21 Shaye Faa'Aonga

A word from the Coach, Steve Turner: "Round 1 was a good first hit out for the team against one of the contenders of the competition. Despite the loss, there was a lot to like out of the game with plenty of positives for the boys to take into this week's match against the Knights.

"The key takeaway from the game for the side is how you regain momentum and put yourself back in the contest, having led 14-6 in the second half. The maturity of the squad and their competitiveness will drive them to learn from last week.

"A strong start to the season for Mitch Woods, Logan Spinks, Sosaia Alatini, Fou Seve and Jethro Rinakama."

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.