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Pathways Report: Women's Premiership side achieve big win

In this week's pathways 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 competitions.

Our two senior men's sides, NSW Cup and Jersey Flegg Cup, played before the NRL side at McDonald Jones Stadium against the Warriors and Roosters respectively.

Meanwhile, our NSW Women's Premiership travelled down to Wollongong over the weekend to play the Illawarra Steelers.

See how each team fared:

Note: Our SG Ball Cup, Harvey Norman Tarsha Gale Cup and Harold Matthews Cup teams had a scheduled week off over the Easter weekend with all three qualifying for the finals.

NSW Cup - Knights 14-54 Warriors

The Knights NSW Cup side went down by 40 points to the Warriors on Sunday at McDonald Jones Stadium.

The away side scored 10 tries to the Knights three including four tries to Dallin Watene-Zelezniak.

NSW Cup Highlights: Round 6

Ben Talty, Oryn Keeley and Enari Tuala got across the stripe for the red and blue.

The team will look to bounce back when they play the Panthers this Saturday at McDonald Jones Stadium.

NSW Women's Premiership - Knights 34-18 Steelers

Our NSW Women's Premiership squad have notched back-to-back wins with a 16 point victory over the Illawarra Steelers at Collegians Sporting Complex, Wollongong on Saturday.

A strong second half paved the way for victory after the Steelers led 12-4 at half-time.

Jasmin Strange scored the Knights first on the 19th minute mark before the Knights staged the comeback in the second half.

NSW Women's Premiership: Round 10 Highlights

Caitlin Moran scored the Knights second before Tamika Upton showed her class with two tries and a try-assist for Moran's second to put the Knights in front.

On the 53rd minute mark, Jesse Southwell went herself to score the Knights sixth and secure the result.

The win keeps the Knights in sixth spot with one round to play.

The top four will qualify for the finals with the Knights only behind fourth by 20 points on points differential.

Jersey Flegg Cup - Knights 16-34 Roosters

The Jersey Flegg Cup team went down by 18 points to the Sydney Roosters at McDonald Jones Stadium on Sunday.

Luke Pietzner had the Knights off to a fast start with a try inside two minutes.

10 minutes later, Tyreece Woods scored the red and blue's second, although the Roosters would score three of their own to take a 16-10 lead into the break.

Jersey Flegg Cup: Round 6 Highlights

Harry Reid scored for Newcastle shortly after half-time, however the Roosters added another three including two in the final stages to take the points.

The Flegg team will take on the Panthers next Saturday at McDonald Jones Stadium in another triple-header with the NRL side.