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Pathways Report: NSW Cup side take down ladder leaders

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 sides travelled down to Sydney to take on the Bulldogs pathways outfits over the weekend.

See how each team fared:

NSW Cup - Knights 38-12 Bulldogs

The NSW Cup side have scored a second consecutive win with a 26 point victory over the Bulldogs at Accor Stadium on Sunday.

The Knights were on the board first with quick hands putting Laitia Moceidreke over in the corner before Fletcher Myers doubled the Knights advantage after a smart kick from Adam Clune.

The Knights were rolling when Clune sliced through the Dogs defence to score the red and blue's third after 20 minutes.

Myers would claim his second of the game with an almost carbon copy play from his first try with Clune providing another assist.

Canterbury-Bankstown added one of their own before the break as the Knights took an 18-6 lead into the break.

Newcastle would go on with the job in the second half keeping the Dogs to only one converted try.

Speedster, David Armstrong pounced on an opportunity to streak 60 metres to score untouched with Clune setting up his third try.

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Kyle McCarthy dove over in the corner to seal the result for Newcastle before Myers scored his third of the game with a try three minutes from time.

The result is the side's fifth win of the season while the team will play the Sydney Roosters this Sunday at Wentworth Park.

Jersey Flegg Cup - Knights 16-36 Bulldogs

The Jersey Flegg Cup side has gone down by 20 points to the Bulldogs at Belmore Sports Ground on Sunday.

Fletcher Sharpe had the opening try of the game continuing his scoring spree before Jahoiyakim Afoa added the Knights second on the 14th minute mark.

The Dogs would score two of their own before the break to go into the sheds at 12-all.

The home team would go on to claim victory in the second half running in five tries while Luke Pietzner scoring a consolation try for the Knights.

The Jersey Flegg Cup side sit in ninth spot on the ladder ahead of a clash against the Wests Tigers this Saturday at Maitland Sports Ground.