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NSWRL TV Preview | Magpies keen for another Pauga haul

Western Suburbs will be hoping outside back Junior Pauga maintains his good form when the 11th placed Magpies take on the third-placed Bulldogs in The Knock-on Effect NSW Cup on Sunday.

The match at CommBank Stadium will be live streamed on NSWRL TV from 1.30pm.

Pauga scored a double playing at centre in the 40-30 win over the Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles last week but has moved to the wing for the clash against the Bulldogs.

Fullback Junior Tupou is the Magpies leading try-scorer (5), but Western Suburbs have a job to do with NRL players Matt Dufty and Jayden Okunbor in the Bulldogs backline.

Centre Paul Alamoti is also third in the NSW Cup for off-loads (21) and the Bulldogs have the second-best defensive record in The Knock-On Effect NSW Cup competition.

The Harvey Norman NSW Women’s Premiership game being live streamed this weekend is the Hunter region showdown between the Central Coast Roosters and the Newcastle Knights.

The Round Eight game at Morry Breen Oval near Wyong will be live streamed at 7pm on Monday for this highly-anticipated match-up between the fourth placed Knights and the sixth-placed Roosters.

The Roosters – Minor Premiers in 2021 – started their 2022 campaign with a few wobbles, two losses and a draw in the opening three games.

But they’ve hit their straps with back-to-back wins over the Wentworthville Magpies and South Sydney Rabbitohs.

The Knights started the season with three wins from their opening four games, but will be without Harvey Norman NSW Sky Blues Yasmin Clydsdale, Caitlan Johnston and Hannah Southwell who are in camp for the Ampol Women’s State of Origin on Friday 24 June.


Sunday 19 June

The Knock-On Effect NSW Cup Round 15: Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs v Western Suburbs Magpies at CommBank Stadium 1.30pm

Monday 20 June

Harvey Norman NSW Women’s Premiership Round Eight: Central Coast Roosters v Newcastle Knights at Morry Breen Oval 7pm

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