Another weekend of Junior Representative action has come to a close, with the Knights experiencing another mixed bag of results.
Our Tarsha Gale girls remain unbeaten after recording their fourth consecutive win, while our Harold Matthews side bounced back from their loss to Penrith last week.
Here's how all our teams faired this weekend.
Storm too strong in Albury clash
Rabbitohs 26 def. Knights 20 (Camroux 2, Myers, Nailagoliva)
Our under 19s side's up-and-down beginning to the season continued, with the boys falling just short of a miracle come-from-behind win over South Sydney.
It was simply a matter of time running out in a spirited second half performance, after the squad went into the sheds 18-4 behind after a Bunnies-blitz in the opening half.
The Knights ran in three unanswered tries in a frantic 20 minute period, including a double to five-eighth Zane Camroux.
Unfortunately, the deficit proved too great, with the Knights falling six points short in the 26-20 loss.
The loss sees the Knights slide to 8th on the table.
Tarsha Gale Cup
Sharks 4 def. by Knights 24 (Trapman, Chester, Shoulders, Clancy, Kennedy)
The good times have kept on rolling for the Tarsha Gale girls, who tightened their grip on the top of the table with a dominant 24-4 win over Cronulla.
It was a first-half blitz from the under 19s side which left them in command of the contest, running in four tries in the opening 20 minutes of the game.
Centre Shanti Kennedy added a fifth in the shadows of half-time, with goal kicking the only downside in a near-perfect opening half from the Knights.
The second half represented a far-more even display, with the scorers failing to be troubled after the break.
The Knights continue to sit at the top-of-the-table, having conceded just 18 points all year.
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Rabbitohs 4 def. by Knights 26 (Sharpe, Williams, Blackman, Toka, Ferguson)
It was a similar story across town for the under 17s, with our Harold Matthews side bouncing back from their first loss of the year to run out 26-4 victors over South Sydney.
Reeling off a 40-6 pummelling at the hands of Penrith a week earlier, the Knights were out with a vengeance, with plenty of focus on their defensive line.
The newly-found steel in defence paid off, with the Bunnies held scoreless in the opening half, while the Knights ran in tries to Fletcher Sharpe and Liam Williams to nab a 10-0 half-time lead.
It was more of the same after the break, with Taj Blackman, Jireh Toka and Ethan Ferguson crossing to send Mark O'Meley's men back up to 7th on the ladder.