Junior Reps Results Round 1

Round one of NSWRL’s Junior Representative competitions kicked off today, with Harold Matthews and SG Ball both commencing for season 2015. Full results, including scorers' details, follow.
 

HAROLD MATTHEWS:

Parramatta 44 (Tuimavave Afualo 2, Haze Dunster, Ethan Parry, Alex Seve, Jarrod Spicer, Ryan Pritchard, Zachary Tuala tries; Seve 6 goals) def. Sydney Roosters 12 (Edenn Rogers-Smith, Mataofo Alofia tries; Joseph Taaga Anae 2 goals)


Western Suburbs 32 (James Tautaiolefua 3, Sam Rembridge, Rua Ngati, Christian Vrso; Tautaiolefua 4 goals) def. St George 4 (Mitchell Clift try)


Norths 10 (Arisento Bou Sleiman, Johan Trujillo Giraldo tries; Jeramy Trunzo-Braga goal) drew with Western Sydney Academy of Sport 10 (Tiaan Cowell, Eloni Saikuru tries; Kyle Bent goal)


Manly 30 (Max Lehmann 2, Jayden Burgess 2, Ben Lofthouse, Max Barry tries; Cooper Johns 2, Max Barry goals) def. South West Sydney Academy of Sport 18 (Miracle Lemalu 2, Dee Loapo 2 tries; Rodney Small goal)


Canterbury 34 (Jonathan Langi 2, Sosaia Talivakaolo 2, Brandan Wakeham, Fono Asham tries; Wakeham 5 goals) def. Newcastle 18 (Callum Wesley, Gary Anderson, Tex Hoy, Triston Reilly tries; Reilly goal)


Balmain 34 (Adam Rizk 2, Scott Brooks, Abdalla Matar, Alex Seyfarth, Ofa Amone tries; Laurence Zarounas 5 goals) def. Central Coast 10 (Kyle McLean, Peter Koszyk; Jake Slee goal)


Penrith 18 (Thomas Lofts, Alexander Myles, Jai Ferguson tries; Lofts 3 goals) def. Canberra 10 (Jonathan Fangaiuiha, Alifeleti Ngahe tries; Daniel Desmet goal)
 

Illawarra 14 (Tyler Moon 2, Nicholas Zappia tries; Zac Lomax goal) drew with South Sydney 14 (Josh Cook 2, Bobby Nader; Dean Hawkins 1 goal)

 

SG BALL:

Manly 50 (Luke Polselli 3, Clint Maguire 3, Bill Bainbridge 2, Bailey Shiach-Wise, John Hopoate tries; Maguire 2, Brad Parker, Brydon Ramien, Shiach-Wise goals) def. West Coast Pirates 8 (Kainoa Gudgeon, Payden Porter tries)


Norths 36 (Adam Soultan 2, Nathan Corbett, Eddie Ieremia, Lachlan Mulford, Jake Toby; Jake Maizen 6 goals) drew with Western Sydney Academy of Sport 36 (Pattyloma Aupaau 2, Brodie Vassallo Cameron Masselli, Adam Campbell, Elie El-Zakhem, Mitchell Buttfield; Jonah Metuangaro 4 goals)


St George 32 (Jai Doolan 2, Ben Cassell, Jayden El-Jalkh, Bessie Aufaga-Toomaga, Eddie Faalua; Aufaga-Toomaga 4 goals) def. Western Suburbs 16 (Julius Taavao, PJ Leifi, Tom Angle tries; Daniel Roberts 2 goals)


Parramatta 34 (Cameron King 2, Dane Aukafolau, Dean Matterson, Jake Brennan, Denzal Tonise tries; Simon Fonua  5 goals) def. Sydney Roosters 20 (Bernard Lewis, Lachlan Lam, Dylan McLachlan, Ryan King; Dion Narayan 2 goals)


Balmain 58 (Ryan Papenhuyzen 5, Moses Suli 2, Niall Walker, Toni Tali, Josh Bermingham, Jacob Tatupu, Lachlan Attwood tries; Suli 5 goals) def. Central Coast 8 (Lachlan Gallegos, Bayley Faull tries)


Newcastle 34 (Brendan O’Hagan 2, Ngangarra Barker, Heath Gibbs, Jayden Butterfield, Tom Starling tries; O’Hagan 5 goals) def. Canterbury 26 (Dion Solaese 2, Thomas Harvey, Jye Challenor, Rhys Kearns; Adam Keighran 3 goals)


Canberra 20 (Nick Cotric 2, Lachlan Cooper tries; Bailey Hartwig 4 goals) def. Penrith 16 (Carl Winterstein, Liam Martin, Raymond Maroun tries; Nathan Cleary 2 goals)


Illawarra 29 (Reuben Garrick 2, Bailey White, Jai Field, Max Bailey; Patrick Herbert 4 goals; Luke Jurd field goal) def. South Sydney 24 (Kobi Hookey, Johnathan Tufuga, Cameron Murray, Henry-Siriah Fuimaono tries; Jade Anderson 4 goals)

 

For competition information and draws, click here.