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NSWRL TV continues to showcase the best the young talent in rugby league across the state with Round Three of the Junior Representative season to kick-off tomorrow.

This weekend will see another 10 matches from premier regional competitions the SLE Andrew Johns and Laurie Daley Cups, kicking off at Rugby League Park in Armidale for an 11am clash between Northern Tigers and Northern Rivers Titans.

Saturday’s featured match-up in the Harvey Norman Tarsha Gale Cup, UNE Harold Matthews Cup and UNE SG Ball Cup pits the Canberra Raiders up against the Illawarra Steelers at Belconnen Oval with kick-off times at 11am, 12:30pm and 2pm respectively.

SLE Andrew Johns and Laurie Daley Cups

The NSWRL’s regional Junior Representative competitions are certainly heating up with just three rounds remaining before finals.

Three other matches from the SLE Andrew Johns and Laurie Daley Cups will also open the action on Saturday for NSWRL TV. The North Coast Bulldogs will face NMR Knights, Riverina Bulls will take on Central Coast Roosters and the Illawarra South Coast Dragons will square off against the  Monaro Colts (Johns Cup at 11am followed by the Daley Cup from 11:20am).

The Western Rams will host Macarthur in Sunday’s fixture from Cale Oval, Narromine with the Johns Cup at 10am and the Daley Cup at 11am.

In the Johns Cup clash there is little to separate the two sides which head into Round 3 with a 1-0 win/loss record. The Laurie Daley Cup match has the Rams coming off two dominant victories by margins of 14 and 48 points while the Tigers are looking to record their second win of the season.

Saturday’s live streamed games in the Harvey Norman Tarsha Gale, UNE Harold Matthews and SG Ball Cups will include three consecutive matches between the Raiders and Steelers beginning with the Tarsha Gale Cup at 11am.

Harvey Norman Tarsha Gale Cup, UNE Harold Matthews Cup, UNE SG Ball Cup

The Tarsha Gale Cup Raiders will be looking to kick-start their season having yet to register a victory as the Steelers travel to Belconnen with a solitary Round Two win after a bye in the opening week of competition.

The Harold Matthews Cup clash will be a must-win for both sides as two of the six remaining teams without a victory for the 2021 season.

In the SG Ball Cup, the Raiders can remain outright competition leaders with a third win in as many weeks while the Steelers look for their opening win in this year’s campaign.