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All the Harold Matthews and SG Ball scores and scorers' details from Week One of the Finals as they come to hand:

SG Ball 

Cronulla Sharks 25 (Billy Magoulias 2, Brock Ilett, Curtis Scott tries; Jack Williams 4 goals; Kyle Flanagan field goal) bt Parramatta Eels 24 (Anthony Layoun 3, Simon Fonua tries; Fonua 4 goals)

Manly Sea Eagles 34 (Brad Parker 2, Bill Bainbridge 2, Brydon Ramien, Harrison O'Toole tries; Luke Polselli 5 goals) bt Canberra Raiders 16 (Lachlan Cooper, Jarred Tuite, Jake Notaras tries; Nick Cotric 2 goals)

South Sydney Rabbitohs 34 (Cam Murray 3, John Neil, Jade Anderson, Jalen Reweti tries; Siosifa Talakai 5 goals) bt Newcastle Knights 30 (Heath Gibbs 2, Lyndon Hills 2, Tom Starling, Matt Faitotoa tries; Brendan O'Hagan 3 goals)

Penrith Panthers 28 (Daniel Brown, Nathan Cleary, Liam Martin, Samuel Radovu, Mark Laban tries; Cleary 4 goals) bt Balmain Tigers 14 (Ryan Papenhuyzen, Tikoa Lene, Niall Walker tries; Moses Suli goal)

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Harold Matthews

Parramatta Eels 42 (Joshua Curran 3, Filia Utoikamanu, Ethan Parry, Haze Dunster, Travis Turnbull, Kyle Cassel tries; Turnbull 4, Zachary Tuala goals) bt Western Suburbs Magpies 6 (Nathan Patolo try; James Tautaiolefua goal)

South Sydney Rabbitohs 26 (Mawene Hiroti 3, Raine Dellow 2 tries; Hiroti 3 goals) bt Penrith Panthers 24 (Shawn Blore 2, Brad Nolland, Thomas Lofts, Dylan McBain tries; Lofts 2 goals)

Cronulla Sharks 34 (Luke Metcalf 2, Bronson Xerri, Smeisi Kioa, Fine Kula, Tamati McCausland tries; Metcalf 5 goals) bt Manly Sea Eagles 18 (Jayden Burgess, Sam Verrills, Sateki Latu tries; Cooper Johns 3 goals)

Canterbury Bulldogs 26 (Amosa Manu, Jacob Winterstein, Nathan Utia, Ben Sapati, Sosaia Talivakaola tries; Brandan Wakeham 3 goals) bt Balmain Tigers 6 (Jubilee Soloa try; Ben Stevanovic goal)

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