It was the last round of the season proper for the junior reps.
The Harold Matthews squad secured the minor premiership for the U16s and will be favourites to take this years title.
Unfortunate for the U18s their season is over, not able to make the eight.
A hard day at the office for the final game of the season, going down 24-0 to the Eels on Saturday.
Maile J-Townsend was a threat on the edge but just couldn't turn that into points.
Knights 0 def by Eels 24
With just one loss for the season, the U16s were able to finish top of the table after nine rounds.
Max Bradbury proved damaging in the back row, in both defence and attack, to help lead the side to a comfortable 22-point win over the Eels.
The Knights will now head into the semis against the fourth placed Bulldogs.
Knights 28 (Crouch, Henderson, Bradbury, Veaila, Reed) def Eels 6
The girls are into the finals, finishing equal first with the Illawarra Steelers but claiming second place with the for and against.
It was an easy last game at Charlestown, with a 48-4 drubbing over the Eels.
Ash Russell was again in fine form and scored a hat-trick.
The girls now head to the semis against the Wests Tigers.
Knights 48 (Kernick, Russell 3, Symington, Coyne, Romaniuk, Strange, Johnston) def Eels 4