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Round 5 junior rep team lists

It's week five of junior reps

Harold Matthews get back into it after a bye last weekend, while Tarsha Gale will try to return to winning ways after their first loss against the Dragons at Maitland.

After a slow start to the season, SG Ball will be looking to record their third win on the trot this weekend.

Here's the team lists for Round 5

Be The Player: Week 15


Australian Schoolboy Kodi Crowther will start on the wing. He came in for Logan Radzievic last week, who suffered a dislocated thumb.

Max Buderus and Kobe Davies will continue their partnership in the halves, while Harry Croker could make another appearance for the U18s, named on the bench this week.

Junior reps: SG Ball dominate, Tarsha Gale suffer first defeat

1. Trentham Petersen, 2. Kodi Crowther, 3. Malie J-Townsend, 4. Pat Achurch, 5. Tino Lui, 14. Max Buderus, 7. Kobe Davies, 8. Christian Ma'anaima, 9. Mitch Black, 10. Ryan Shaw, 15. Tom Cant, 12. Cooper Jenkins, 23. Tyler Doney. Interchange. 6. Noah Ryan, 11. Harry Croker, 13. Kane Evans, 16. Ethan Campbell, 22. Ryan Potts, 24. Callan Burgess, 25. Lachlan Williams.

Saturday, 9th March - Western Suburbs Magpies v Newcastle Knights at Campbelltown Stadium, 3pm.


It's an unchanged squad this week as the U16s try to continue their unbeaten run following a bye last week.

1. Chris Veaila, 2. Brody Perry, 3. Travis Petersen, 4. Fletcher Myers, 5. Sean Walker, 6. Mitch Henderson, 7. Jonah Pezet, 8. Noah Reed, 9. Noah Nailagoliva, 10. Angus Crosbie, 22. Max Bradbury, 12. Oryn Keeley, 13. Lachlan Crouch. Interchange. 14. Taj Blackman, 15. Jacob Davis, 16. Taj Ridley, 23. Beau Dwyer.

Saturday, 9th March - Western Suburbs Magpies v Newcastle Knights at Campbelltown Stadium, 1.30pm.


A few changes this week with the speedy Joeli Morris moving to the halves, while Jasmin strange has been named in the no. 4 jersey, with Petria Symington returning.

Knights U20s all class against Sharks

An injured back has kept Ashlee Russell out since the start of the season but she's been named in the starting 11. Sari Bieman-King and Naydine Wahanui have been named on the bench and could potentially play their first match for the girls.

1. Jorja Holden, 2. Petria Symington, 3. Carissa Harrison, 4. Jasmin Strange, 5. Ashlee Russell, 7. Joeli Morris, 8. Caitlan Johnston, 22. Bree O'Neill, 10. Cody Campbell, 11. Olivia Kernick, 13. Tanaya Millar. Interchange. 9. Lily Hanning, 14. Jada Beale, 17. Georgie Smith, 21. Ella Buteux, 12. Sari Bieman-King, 20. Georgia Bragg, 25. Naydine Wahanui.

Saturday, 9th March - Wests Tigers v Newcastle Knights at Campbelltown Stadium, 12pm.