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

Harold Matthews

Cronulla Sharks 28 (Kai Broadhust, Trace Broadhurst, Bronson Xerri, Fine Kula, Luke Metcalf tries; Metcalf 4 goals) bt Illawarra Steelers 22 (Sam McCann 2, Jayden Millard, Tyson Simpson tries; Zac Lomax 3 goals)

Central Coast Centurions 16 (Tomi Kati, Michael Kirwan, Chase Partridge tries; Jake Slee 2 goals) drew with Western Sydney Academy of Sport 16 (John Paul Nohra, Cliff Lea'Aeota, Kyle Bent tries; Bent 2 goals)

North Sydney Bears 26 (Sean Sabutey, Keeley Bowen, Jordan Do Rozario, Luke Roseworne, Isaiah Niumata tries; Dean Kammel, Roseworne 2 goals) bt South West Sydney Academy 18 (Felix Smith, Poiti Tuilotolava, Kobe Chamberlain tries; Rodney Small 3 goals)

Manly Warringah Sea Eagles 36 (Taquin Fahey 2, Max Lehmann 2, Cameron Prince, Sateki Latu tries; Cooper Johns 4 goals) bt St George 12 (Andrew Kapinga 2 tries; Anthony Romanovski 2 goals)

South Sydney Rabbitohs 34 (Nicholas Mougios 2, Mawene Hiroti, Jake Kambos, Bailey Fitzgerald, Dean Hawkins tries; Hiroti 5 goals) bt Sydney Roosters 16 (Jake Hazard, Issac Tooher, Cooper Malcolm tries; Shannon Gardiner 2 goals)

Balmain Tigers 32 (Reggie Alofipo 2, Ben Stevanovic 2, Curtis Wilson, Tili Sikahele tries; Stevanovic 4 goals) bt Western Suburbs Magpies 24 (Hyrum William-Pulotu 2, James Tautaiolefua, Maurice Faaae, Lucas Castle tries; Tautaiolefua 2 goals)

Canterbury Bulldogs 52 (Dorian Yarak 3, Brandan Wakeham 3, Tuipulota Katoa, Nathan Utia, Ben Sapati, Liam Mock tries; Wakeham 6 goals) bt Canberra Raiders 6 (Liam Oakley try; Oakley 1 goal)

Newcastle Knights 26 (Callum Wesley, Jack Threadgate, Triston Reilly, Tex Hoy, Matt Croker tries; Hoy 3 goals) drew with Penrith Panthers 26 (Jake Tago 2, Dylan McBain, Brendan Hands, Jordan-Trae Cadona tries; Thomas Lofts 3 goal)

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