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NSWRL TV | Junior Reps Elimination Finals

Defence will be the cornerstone of both the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks and Parramatta Eels games for the Harold Matthews Cup Elimination Final being streamed live on NSWRL TV on Friday.

Although the Sharks finished fourth on the ladder, they had the best defensive record for the season conceding 70 points. The Eels finished fifth and were third-best defensively with only 98 points.

They meet at St Marys Leagues Stadium on 9.30am on Friday to decide who moves through to next weekend’s Semi-finals.

The SG Ball Cup Elimination Final between third-placed Balmain Tigers and sixth-placed Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs will follow that game at 11.15am – also live on NSWRL TV.

These two teams met in Round Three with Bulldogs centre William Afualo scoring a double in the 20-12 victory over the Tigers.

The 32-10 loss to the Newcastle Knights will be fresh in the minds of the Dragons, when these two clubs meet in the Harvey Norman Tarsha Gale Cup Elimination Final at Ringrose Park at 3.15pm.

Rounding out the NSWRL TV live matches this weekend will be Round Six action in The Knock-On Effect NSW Cup on Saturday between the North Sydney Bears and the Canberra Raiders.

The Raiders will be trying to stop the unbeaten Bears run so far in 2022 after five rounds.

The Canberra team is on their own streak of three consecutive wins with victories over Western Suburbs Magpies, Blacktown Workers and Mounties.

Full list of game on NSWRL TV this weekend:

Friday 15 April

Harold Matthews Cup, Finals Week One - Cronulla Sharks v Parramatta Eels, St Marys Stadium 9.30am

SG Ball Cup, Finals Week One – Balmain Tigers v Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs, St Marys Stadium 11.15am

Harvey Norman Tarsha Gale Cup, Finals Week One – Newcastle Knights v St George Dragons, Ringrose Park, Wentworthville  3.15pm

Saturday 16 April

The Knock-On Effect NSW Cup, Round Six – North Sydney Bears v Canberra Raiders, North Sydney Oval 4pm

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