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Pathways Report: NSW Cup side score big win over the Bulldogs

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 hosted the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs pathways outfits over the weekend.

See how each team fared:

NSW Cup - Knights 42-28 Bulldogs

The NSW Cup side scored a high-scoring 42-28 win over the Bulldogs on Sunday at McDonald Jones Stadium.

The side ran in seven tries to the Bulldogs five to notch their eighth win of the season.

The Knights started fast with Dylan Lucas and Simi Sasagi scoring inside five minutes.

Canterbury hit back on the 18th minute mark before Lucas had his second running onto a short ball from Adam Clune.

NSW Cup: Round 24 Highlights

The Dogs scored two tries before the break as the sides went into half-time at 18-all.

Newcastle started the second half with intent as Simi Sasagi dove in for his second of the game.

Jack Johns had the Knights fifth running with purpose to crash through the Dogs defence before Laitia Moceidreke crossed over in the corner eight minutes later.

Lucas would finish with a hat-trick backing up in support after a Liam Sutton line-break.

The Bulldogs would finish with two tries of their own, but the two points were secured for the red and blue.

The Cup side have two games left starting with the South Sydney Rabbitohs at Lyall Peacock Field this Saturday.

Jersey Flegg Cup - Knights 16-30 Bulldogs

The Knights Jersey Flegg Cup side went down by 14 points to the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs on Saturday at Lyall Peacock Field.

Jarome Falemoe opened the scoring for the red and blue after 10 minutes.

The Dogs would reply with two tries of their own before Elijah Salesa leaumoana scored for Newcastle on the brink of half-time.

Jersey Flegg: Round 24 Highlights

Canterbury would post another three tries in the second half to take the two points while Brock Greacen added a late consolation four-pointer.

The Jersey Flegg Cup side also have two games left in the regular season starting with the Rabbitohs this Saturday at Lyall Peacock Field.