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NSWRL TV Preview | Junior Reps Grand Finals

Three new Premiers will be crowned at CommBank Stadium this weekend, when the NSWRL Junior Representative Grand Finals are held.

All three grades will be screened live on NSWRL TV starting with the Harvey Norman Tarsha Gale Cup at 11am, followed by the UNE Harold Matthews Cup at 12.45pm and the UNE SG Ball Cup at 2.30pm.

St George Dragons (women’s Under 19s), Manly Warringah Sea Eagles (Under 17s) and Canberra Raiders (Under 19s) took the spoils in 2021 but none of those clubs will feature in Saturday’s action.

The Sydney Indigenous Academy Roosters and Newcastle Knights do battle in the Tarsha Gale Cup with neither team having won the title in its previous five-year history.

The Western Suburbs Magpies and Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks face off in the Harold Matthews Cup Grand Final with the Sharks searching for their fourth Premiership for the competition.

The Sydney Roosters and Penrith Panthers revive the east-west rivalry in the SG Ball Cup.

Since 2000 these two clubs have seven Premierships between them in Under 19s – the Panthers with four and the Roosters with three.

The other two matches live streamed on NSWRL TV this weekend are the Round Eight top-of-the-table clash between the Panthers and Newton Jets in The Knock-On Effect NSW Cup.

The Harvey Norman NSW Women’s Premiership will also be in action with the Round Two match-up between St Marys Saints and Wentworthville Magpies. Both these two teams suffered losses in the opening round last weekend and will be looking for a win to kick-start to their 2022 season.

The full list of NSWRL TV games this weekend are:

Saturday 30 April

Harvey Norman Tarsha Gale Cup GF: Roosters v Knights, at CommBank Stadium, 11am

UNE Harold Matthews Cup GF: Magpies v Sharks at CommBank Stadium 12.45pm

UNE SG Ball Cup GF: Roosters v Panthers at CommBank Stadium 2.30pm

The Knock-On Effect NSW Cup R8: Panthers v Jets at St Marys Leagues Stadium 3pm

Sunday 1 May

Harvey Norman NSW Women’s Premiership R2:  St Marys Saints v Wentworthville Magpies, at St Marys Leagues Stadium 11am

Acknowledgement of Country

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