Another weekend of Junior Representative action has come to a close, with the Knights experiencing another mixed bag of results.
Our Tarsha Gale girls have almost wrapped up the Minor Premiership following their eighth straight win, while our Harold Matthews side kept their top four hopes alive as the Junior seasons enter their final round.
Here's how all our teams faired this weekend.
Knights 12 (Myers, Radzievic) def. by Steelers 28
The Knights' slim finals chances remain alive, however they'll have to do it the hard way after going down 28-12 to the Steelers in SG Ball.
A double to Steelers winger Cooper Roberts was enough to send the Steelers into the sheds in front, before the Knights pulled back tries through winger Fletcher Myers and fullback Logan Radzievic.
Unfortunately, it just wasn't to be for the under 19s, with the team now required to win their final game to have any chance of snatching a place in the top eight.
Knights 30 (Clancy 2, Beagan 2, Brazier, Tevi-Fuimaono) def. Steelers 0
The Tarsha Gale squad have all-but wrapped up the Minor Premiership, taking out a dominant 30-0 shutout of Illawarra to send them four points clear at the top of the table.
The all-conquering girls were again led by super-sub Sophie Clancy, who added another two tries to her ever-growing tally.
Fellow interchange player Lexi Beagan also grabbed a brace, while centre Tori Brazier and damaging front-rower Kyhamoana Tevi-Fuimaono got across the stripe in a game where the Knights were always in control.
The squad remain undefeated heading into the final round of the season.
Pearce takes to the field for game 300
Knights 26 (Ferguson 3, Linnane, Collins) def. Steelers 20
The Harold Matthews team surged into their competition's top four and secured a finals berth over the weekend, with Mark O'Meley's men grabbing a narrow 26-20 victory over the Steelers.
The under 17s raced to a big early lead before Illawarra mounted an impressive comeback, however a hat-trick to centre Ethan Ferguson was enough to get the Knights over the line.
Fellow centre Harper Collins and impressive five-eighth Jye Linnane also bagged tries to book the team a place in the top eight with a game still to play.