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Bulldogs Academy Team List: Lisa Fiaola and SG Ball Cup Grand Finals

The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Junior Representative sides have been named for their respective Grand Finals this Saturday, April 27 at CommBank Stadium.

A season of hard work all comes down to this for our two Bulldogs sides. Don't miss the chance to cheer on the future stars of our Club.

Tickets are available to purchase at Ticketek Now. Junior tickets from $5 and Adults from $10.

LISA FIAOLA CUP (Womens Under 17s)

No. Name
1 Nazlyn Waaka-Rhind
2 Kiana Vatubua
3 Lahnayah Daniel
4 Tejahla-Jane Daniels-Maifea
5 Asha Taumoepeau-Williams
6 Evelyn Roberts
7 Olivia Vaalele (c)
8 Seriah Palepale
9 Fetuao Taito
10 Heilala Fifita
11 Aliahana Fuimaono
12 Paige Tauaneai
13 Trinity Tauaneai (c)
14 Abbey Fuz
15 Josinah Filisi Tauiliili
16 Taylah Salapo
17 Jayde Freeman
20 Caliche Toki-Rimene

A word from the Coach, Michael Stuart: "In a battle against the elements and a determined Newcastle Knights team who came off a win against 3rd place Parramatta, the Lisa Fiaola girls showed determination and grit on the field.

"Despite the heavy rain and unforgiving conditions, the girls adapted to the best of their ability and were fortunate enough to win the game 22-4 and progress through to the Grand Final. It was a testament to our perseverance and teamwork."


SG BALL CUP (Mens Under 19s)

No. Name
1 Roy Tatupu
2 Hamish Wilson
3 Shaye Faa'aoga
4 Sosaia Kaufusi
5 Ratu Rinakama
6 Alex Conti
7 Mitchell Woods (c)
8 Fanafou Seve
9 Mitchell Rogers
10 Oliva Smith
11 Logan Spinks
12 Sosaia Alatini
13 Bud Smith
14 Patrick Young
15 Sione Siulua
16 Sosefo Finau
17 David Leota
19 Latrell Fing
20 Jed Reardon

A word from the Coach, Steve Turner: "After a great result in the first week of the finals against the Parramatta Eels, we knew last weekend would be a real test for us. Playing the Roosters who were the best team in the regular season and didn’t drop a game, it was going to take a committed performance to get the result we were after.

"We led 16-6 at half time and to finish with a 28-22 win was very pleasing. Super proud of the entire playing group and the footy they have played over the past seven weeks. Earning a spot in the Grand Final is a great reward for the commitment and connection they have built as the season has gone on. The group is looking forward to the week ahead."


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.