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Pathways Report: Clean sweep across the grades

In this week's pathways report, we take a look at the nib Newcastle Knights pathways teams in the Knock-On-Effect NSW Cup and Jersey Flegg Cup competitions.

The two senior men's sides played a part in a triple-header at McDonald Jones Stadium on Sunday up against the Sea Eagles pathways outfits.

See how each team fared:

NSW Cup - Knights 26-20 Sea Eagles

The NSW Cup side snapped an eight game winless run with a six point win over the Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles on Sunday.

Simi Sasagi got the Knights off to a positive start muscling his way over in the fourth minute of the game.

The away side hit back 11 minutes later before Dylan Lucas put the red and blue ahead diving on a loose ball in the in-goal.

NSW Cup: Round 13 Highlights

Winger, Latita Moceidreke had the Knights third, two minutes before the change of ends after a well worked move down the left edge.

Newcastle led 14-6 at the break, but it was Manly who scored first after half-time before the two teams traded tries.

David Armstrong sliced through the Sea Eagles defence to bolster the Knights lead while Dylan Lucas assured the two points with a brilliant move off a scrum win with 10 minutes remaining.

The victory is the side's second of the season ahead of a clash against Parramatta next round.

Jersey Flegg Cup - Knights 26-6 Sea Eagles

The Jersey Flegg Cup side also returned to the winner's circle with a 20-point win over the Sea Eagles on Sunday.

The team overcame three players placed in the sin-bin to claim their third win of the campaign.

Manly would open the scoring on the 13th minute mark before Mitch Henderson hit back for the red and blue on the stroke of half-time.

Jersey Flegg: Round 13 Highlights

The Knights would score four tries in the second half and hold Manly to nil in a dominant second half display.

Luke Pietzner and Riley Jones scored two quick fire tries before Henderson seized an opportunity to runaway with his second of the game with 16 minutes to play.

Kyle McCarthy sealed the result with a similar runaway try with three minutes left on the clock.

The team remain in 10th place ahead of their next match against Parramatta this weekend.