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Junior Rep Results: Big wins and big loss

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 fifth win on the trot, while the strong start to our Harold Matthews season has also continued, with the team collecting their fourth win of the year.

Here's how all our teams faired this weekend.

SG Ball

Raiders 52 def. Knights 32 (Myers 2, Camroux, Nailagoliva, Johannssen, Williams)

It was a tough day for our under 19s, who's roller-coaster season took another dramatic turn against Canberra.

The top-of-the-table Raiders dominated large parts of the contest, running in nine tries to send the Knights tumbling out of the top eight for the first time this year.

The Knights attack did show signs of life however, with winger Fletcher Myers nabbing a double in what was an otherwise disappointing afternoon.

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Tarsha Gale Cup

Raiders 12 def. by Knights 30 (Shoulders 2, Clancy 2, Jones, Kirkpatrick)

Super-sub Sophie Clancy enjoyed another standout performance off the bench as the NSW Mining Knights tightened their grip on the top-of-the-table, with the under 19 girls running out 30-12 victors in Queanbeyan.

Clancy nabbed two tries in a strong performance, with winger Alyssa Shoulders also grabbing a brace in a dominant display from the Tarsha Gale team.

The Knights are now level with the Tigers and Illawarra Steelers in the standings, with the Tigers awaiting in a mouth-watering clash next week.

Harold Matthews

Raiders 12 def. by Knights 34 (Conn, Toka, Bigeni, Ferguson, Konz, Faalua)

It was a similar story for the Harold Matts side, who ran out big winners against the Raiders in the day's second game.

It was all the Knights from the opening whistle to final siren, with the Raiders rarely getting a look in against the rampant Knights.

Centre Ethan Ferguson enjoyed another strong showing in the centres, with the Knights now sitting 5th with four wins out of five.

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