In this week's Rookie Report, we take a look at the nib Newcastle Knights players developing in the SG Ball Cup, Harvey Norman Tarsha Gale Cup and Harold Matthews Cup competitions.
The junior representative sides hit the road to travel down to Sydney to play the South Sydney Rabbitohs at Ironmark High Performance Centre.
See how each team fared:
SG Ball Cup - Knights 42-6 Rabbitohs
The SG Ball side continue to impress having eased to another comfortable victory over the weekend.
The Rabbitohs scored early in the contest around the second minute, but it was all one way traffic from there.
Lock, Myles Martin, crossed for an incredible four tries, two either side of half-time.
Noah Johannssen, Noah Nailagoliva and Oryn Keeley scored the other tries in the seven tries to one rout.
The side is tied at the top of the competition alongside the Panthers and the Bulldogs.
Tarsha Gale Cup - Knights 54-6 Rabbitohs
The Tarsha Gale Cup side hit back from a heartbreaking loss in Round 2 to post a resounding victory over the Rabbitohs.
The side posted a 10 tries to one annihilation to propel them up the ladder.
Jesse Southwell and Sophie Clancy scored two tries each.
Leah Ollerton, Mia Middleton, Shanti Evans, Tori Brazier, Mercydes Metcalf and Jules Kirkpatrick crossed for one each.
The win moved the Knights into fourth spot, one win off the top side.
Harold Matthews Cup - Knights 6-24 Rabbitohs
The Harold Matthews Cup side suffered their third defeat on the bounce going down to the Bunnies.
The Rabbitohs started fast with a try in the first minute and another just shy of half-time.
Navren Willett pegged a try back in the 52nd minute, however the Bunnies would score another two tries to secure the win.
The Harold Matthews Cup side will look to open their account for the season when they take on the Tigers next round.