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The standout moments from the sixth week of the NSWRL's under-16s competition

Harold Matthews - Round 6

WESTERN SUBURBS MAGPIES 40 (Billy Omerod 2, Hyrum William-Pulotu, James Tautailalefua, Alex Potifara, Zain Rafia, Denzel Tavui, Gus Garzaniti tries; Garzaniti 3, Tautailalefua goals) bt WESTERN SYDNEY ACADEMY OF SPORT 12 (Brook Real, Stanley Malae tries; Kyle Bent 2 goals)

BALMAIN TIGERS 42 (Scott Brooks 2, Curtis wilson 2, Adam Risk 2, Ben Stevanovic, Pulonga Kavaefiali tries; Stevanovic 5 goals) bt ST GEORGE DRAGONS 6 (Tristan Scott try; Mitchell Clift goal)

CENTRAL COAST CENTURIONS 42 (Michael Kirwan 2, Lachlan Drake, Blake Taafe. Harry Wilson, Jake Slee, Elih Jackson, Sam Paul tries; Slee 5 goals) bt SOUTH WEST SYDNEY ACADEMY OF SPORT 8 (Shondre Lee-Silva, Kobe Chamberlain tries)

ILLAWARRA STEELERS 30 (Tyson Simpson 2, Sam McCann, Jamie Burns, Tomas Harris, Drew Gough tries; Zac Lomax 3 goals) bt NEWCASTLE KNIGHTS 16 (Lachlan Bent 2, Tex Hoy tries; Hoy 2 goals)

CANBERRA RAIDERS 20 (Seb Kris 2, Alifeleti Ngahe, Jesse Dent tries; Nitau Jr Soli, Dent goals) drew with CRONULLA SHARKS 20 (Jaeman Salmon 2, Semisi Kioa, Jack Gould tries; Luke Metcalf 2 goals)

PENRITH PANTHERS 36 (Shannon Harris 2, Thomas Lofts 2, Dylan McBain, Jake Tago, Kobi Collins tries; Lofts, Brendan Hands 3 goals) bt SYDNEY ROOSTERS 20 (Ethan O'Neill, Joseph Taaga Anae, Shannon Gardiner, Duwayne Fuimaono tries; Gardiner 2 goals)

PARRAMATTA EELS 26 (Haze Dunster 2, Alex Seve, Junior Moaga, Oregon Kaufusi tries; Seve 3 goals) bt SOUTH SYDNEY RABBITOHS 10 (Johnny Mitsias, Jake Jambos tries; Mawene Hiroti goal)

NORTH SYDNEY BEARS 42 (Keeley Bowen 3, Tim Simmons, Arisento Bou Sleiman, Anthony Moussa, Dean Kammel, Ali Saad tries; Matthew Blinkhorn 4, Luke Roseworne goals) bt MANLY WARRINGAH SEA EAGLES 20 (Cooper Johns, Livingstone Chee-Kam, Ben Gleeson, Max Lehmann tries; Johns 2 goals)

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Acknowledgement of Country

New South Wales Rugby League respects and honours the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.