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 sixth win on the trot, while our Harold Matthews and SG Ball sides suffered huge set backs to their respective campaigns.
Here's how all our teams faired this weekend.
Knights 18 (Jones, Ryan, Camroux) def. by Sea Eagles 42
It was a tough day for our under 19s, who's roller-coaster season suffered a turn for the worse at Cessnock Sports Ground.
The Sea Eagles dominated most aspects of the contest, with the Knights rarely getting a look in as the side from the Northern Beaches ran riot.
Centre Logan Jones, five-eighth Zane Camroux and powerful interchange player Noah Ryan crossed in rare Knights highlights in what was ultimately an afternoon to forget.
The team have now slid to 12th on the table with three games remaining.
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Knights 46 (Shoulders 2, Clancy 2, Beagan 2, Braizer, Keys, Taape) def. Tigers 12
It was a different story for the unbeaten girls, who were ultra-impressive in their big win over the Tigers.
There was plenty of anticipation about this one, with both sides undefeated heading into the top-of-the-table contest.
Winger Alyssa Shoulders and super-sub Sophie Clancy again grabbed doubles in the big win, with the duo joined by bench player Lexi Beagan in earning a brace.
The Knights remain top of the table heading into next week's bye round.
Big Moments in High Vis
Knights 0 def. by Sea Eagles 40
It was a tough day for our Matts side, who suffered just their second defeat of the season at the hands of the Sea Eagles.
The Sea Eagles were completely dominant from the opening whistle, shutting out the Knights with a first-class defensive display to compliment their blistering attack.
The shell-shocked Knights failed to truly fire a shot, sliding to 7th on the table after the crushing loss.