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Rookie Report: Flegg and Women's Premiership sides score big wins

In this week's Rookie Report, we take a look at the nib Newcastle Knights pathways teams in the Knock-On-Effect NSW Cup, Harvey Norman NSW Women's Premiership and Jersey Flegg Cup.

The three senior pathways teams travelled down to Sydney last Saturday to take on the South Sydney Rabbitohs.

See how each team fared:

NSW Cup - Knights 14-33 Rabbitohs

The NSW Cup side suffered a 19-point loss to the Bunnies.

The side conceded five first-half tries to trail 24-0 at the change of ends.

Tries to Luke Huth, Dylan Phythian and Honeti Tuha reduced the deficit, but the comeback was too late with the Bunnies taking the two points with another try and a field goal.

Tuha ran for a team-high 163 metres on the wing plus made one line-break and three tackle breaks.

The Cup side currently sit in ninth position with six points (three wins, six losses) and will have a rest with the bye next round.

Watch the highlights:

NSW Cup Highlights: Knights v Rabbitohs Round 9

NSW Women's Premiership - Knights 34-20 Rabbitohs

The NSW Women's Premiership side scored their second win of the campaign with a 14-point result over the Rabbitohs.

NRLW forward and new re-signing, Caitlan Johnston, capped off a memorable week with a dominant performance scoring a hat-trick in the middle.

The team tallied six tries with Jesse Southwell, Sophie Higgins and Shannon Evans getting on the scoresheet.

The side conceded four while Southwell slotted five from six with the boot.

After the opening three rounds, the team sits in third spot and will have a rest with the week off this weekend.

Watch the highlights:

Harvey Norman NSW Women's Premiership: Round 3 Highlights

Jersey Flegg Cup - Knights 36-10 Rabbitohs

The Jersey Flegg Cup team continue to show their strengths, this time with a 26-point win over the Rabbitohs.

Down by 10 at the break, the team produced a stunning second half to score six unanswered tries.

Lachlan O'Brien, David Armstrong, Harry Croker, Mitch Henderson, James Johnson and Tevita Tool all got over the stripe.

Thomas Cant had the kicking boots on nailing six from six conversions to help the side to a dominant victory.

After nine rounds, the Flegg side currently sits in second while have the best defensive record in the competition.

Watch the highlights:

Jersey Flegg Cup: Round 9 Highlights