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Results | Harold Matthews Rd 3

Penrith secured their second draw of the competition against defending premiers Cronulla, which meant the Harold Matthews Cup has seen five draws in three weeks. The Roosters bounced back to record their second win of the season, with Bayleigh Bentley-Hape picking up 22 points in the process. Parramatta's William Kei was on fire for the blue and gold, crossing the line no less than five times in their win over Western Sydney Academy of Sport.

Parramatta 46 (W Kei 5, C Lea Áetoa, M Doorey, L Sommerton tries; K Schneider 5, R King 2 goals) def WSAS 0 

Roosters 34 (B Bentley-Hape 3, E Jacky 2, L Daly-O'Riley tries; Bentley-Hape 5 goals) def SWSAS 26 (H Manu, L Deeth, L Hayden, D Payne, I El Omar tries; El Omar 3 goals)

Western Suburbs 30 (T Harding 2, C Oitmann, B Quinlan, E Peacock, M Zaurrini tries; Harding 5 goals) def Canterbury 12 (P Pasina, T Talau tries; J Averillo 2 goals)

Balmain 26 (B Stevanovic, S Karwhin, D Sykes, L Ilias, J Rizk tries; Stevanovic 3 goals) def South Sydney 10 (R Leuii 2 tries; J Taumoepeau goal)

Penrith 28 (H Bonanno, A Pittman-Lyon, S Blore, E Mokoia, B Middlebrooke tries; D White 4 goals) drew Cronulla 28 (Bronson Xerra 2, J Lualua, R Pickering, F Pele, K Broadhurst tries; Broadhurst 2 goals)

Manly 28 (A Hopoate 2, S Afeaki, S Vaiveleta, M Lehmann tries; H Wilson 4 goals) def Canberra 18 (A Punou, D Goodwin, J Roberts tries; K Jensen 3 goals)

Newcastle 60 (L Humphries 3, T Mataora 3, J Madden, T Ott, R Haidle, J Brown tries; J Madden 5, P Crossland 3 goals) def North Sydney 6 (J Ehsman try; J Derwin goal)

Illawarra 22 (E Humble, A Shoupp, J Dickson, B Antrobust tries; Shoupp 3 goals) def Central Coast 6 (J O'Meley try; H Edwards goal)

Each week Jamie's Jury, featuring former NRL veteran Jamie Feeney,​ reviews the Junior Reps action and star performers in depth.

Don't forget to view the weekly highlights from the second week of the Harold Matthews Competition, as well as round three team lists.


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