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Results | Harold Matthews Rd 4

The Parramatta Eels sit undefeated and alone on top of the ladder after a 42-0 victory over the North Sydney Bears, with Cronulla sitting in outright second thanks to a tough win over the Central Coast. The Canterbury Bulldogs started the day with an absolute showing against WSAS, while St George racked up 62 points over SWSAS. Canberra and Western Suburbs put on a high scoring clinic, with only two points seperating them after 60 minutes

Canterbury 44 (T Ratu 2, J Averillo, T Toomata, T Talau, R Gray, C Garrety, K Morrin tries; Averillo 6 goals) def WSAS 6 (A Moananu try; M Malaki goal)

Canberra 34 (J Roberts 2, K Jensen, L Eveston, J Church, M Dragisic tries; Jensen 4, Dragisic goals) def Western Suburbs 32 (R Ngati 2, C Oitmann 2, T Harding 2 tries; Harding 4 goals)

Cronulla 20 (B Xerri, D Casey, A Mortlock, R Tiatia tries; K Broadhurst 2 goals) def Central Coast 10 (J Smith 2 tries; H Edwards goal)

St George 62 (D Teece-Johnson 3, T Martin 2, H Georgopolous 2, D Sharpley 2, E Hicks, L Svagelli, S Taateo tries; D Sharpley 7 goals) def SWSAS 4 (M Veikoso try)

Manly 34 (M Lehmann 2, S Afeaki 2, A Hopoate, K Titmuss, F Lussick tries; H Wilson 3 goals) def South Sydney 8 (D Armstrong, P Turner tries)

Penrith 30 (Z Cini 2, M Faauila, I Pritchard, S Blore, T Puikana tries; D White 3 goals) def Illawarra 0

Balmain 30 (B Stevanovic 2, Daniel Sykes, S Elias, J Rizk tries; Stevanovic 5 goals) def Newcastle 18 (T Mataora, T Matoka, B Gardner, T Marks tries; P Crossland goal)

Parramatta 42 (W Kei 2, D Maitai 2, J Nohra, P Tevaga, V Seve, P Fanane tries; K Schneider 4, R King goals) def North Sydney 0

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

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

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