With the countdown to the NRL season well and truly underway, our Junior Representative sides have kicked off their respective seasons.
It was a weekend of cracking results across the board, with the Tarsha Gale, Harold Matthews and SG Ball sides recording massive wins at Mascot Oval in Sydney.
Here's how all our teams faired this weekend.
Dragons 6 def. by Knights 44 (Cant 2, Davis 2, Griffiths, Camroux, Myers, Toloi)
The under 19s squad got off to a perfect start at Mascot Oval, with hooker Jacob Davis and back rower Thomas Cant crossing for doubles in the 38-point rout.
The Dragons didn't get a look in as Scott Dureau's men completed a near-perfect first half performance, going into the half-time break 32-0 in front.
Five-eighth Zane Camroux, halfback Noah Griffiths, back rower Tevita Toloi and centre Fletcher Myers also got over the stripe in an attacking masterclass from the boys in red and blue.
A late sin bin to Myers was the only blip on a terrific afternoon, with result seeing the Knights march to the top of the table on for-and-against.
Tarsha Gale Cup
Dragons 4 def. by Knights 10 (Middleton, Woodcock)
It was a different story for the Tarsha Gale girls, who were forced to do things the hard way in their opening round clash with St George.
The NSW Mining Knights went behind in the opening stages, with the Dragons crossing out wide through Rosemarie Beckett in the 8th minute.
The Knights hit back just five minutes later through dynamic centre Mia Middleton, with the under 19s sides going into the break locked at 4-4.
A hard-fought second 30 saw both sides scrapping for a result, with the Knights eventually breaking the deadlock with 15 minutes on the clock through super-sub Ebony Woodcock.
Tylah Vallance added the extras to give the Knights a six point lead, which was enough to see them home in a brutal game of football.
Dragons 12 def. by Knights 24 (Linnane, Ferguson, Williams, Bigeni)
In another positive result, our under 17s squad relied on a strong opening half of defence to see them through to a comfortable 24-12 victory.
Early tries to Jye Linnane and Ethan Ferguson gave the Knights a handy 12-point cushion, which they defended out through to the half-time break.
Both sides traded four pointers in the second stanza, with Liam Williams and Cooper Bigeni crossing for the Knights to put them 24-6 ahead heading into the final 10 minutes.
A late consolation try to the Dragons pulled the margin back, however some strong Knights defence saw them complete a clean sweep of victories on a brilliant opening day for the Club.