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Junior reps : Harold Matts continue competition dominance

It was a big day at Dudley on Saturday with all three junior grades.

Another blistering performance from the Harold Matthews boys with a comfortable 34-point victory over the Central Coast Roosters.

The U16s continued their dominance out wide which paved the way for an eight try scoring assault.

Match Highlights: Close calls and freakish luck

Off the bench, Billy McNickle staged an impressive debut in the no. 9


Knights 40 (Perry 2, Keeley 2, Crosbie, Nailagoliva, Bradbury, Aoake) d CC Roosters 6

A close encounter for SG Ball, just pipped at the post by the Central Coast Roosters 24-20.

Dureau's young Knights can't topple Panthers

It was back and forth between both sides for much of the match, Bonowai Baledrokadroka a key contributor for the Knights, returning after a shoulder injury.


Knights 20 (Liu 2, Evans, Ma’anaima) def by CC Roosters 24

Guerra: I try and play my heart out every week.

It was a hard slog for the U18 girls, who managed to grind out a two point win against the first placed Illawarra Steelers.

The Knights defence was the highlight of the match, while their usual speed in attack helped the girls to victory, recording five tries.


Knights 24 (Harrison 2, Holden, Russell, Johnston) d Steelers 22