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Around the Grounds | Junior Reps - Round Four

Some of the headlines from around the grounds for Round Four of the NSWRL’s Junior Representative competitions.

Tarsha Gale Sharks steal point after late fightback

The Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks snatched an 18-all draw against Manly Warringah Sea Eagles in Round Four of the Westpac Tarsha Gale Cup, courtesy of tries in final six minutes by prop Koreti Leilua (55’) and winger Arianna Ruwoldt (58’).

The Sea Eagles had the early advantage at 4 Pines Parks when a floating pass from five-eighth Matisse Bettridge saw winger Teuwira Rameka-Keremete score untouched.

The hosts followed up soon after with another try, this time for centre Aleksandra Tunufai, before Sharks fullback Tia-Jordyn Vasilovski put her side on the scoresheet just shy of halftime (8-6). 

Ruwoldt put the Sharks ahead scoring the first of two tries early in the second half, yet the Sea Eagles hit back with a pair of four-pointers to lead 18-10 with less than 10 minutes remaining.

But it wasn’t enough to halt the Sharks’ strong finish, as Leilua stormed over from 30 metres out before Ruwoldt levelled the scores at the stroke of full-time.

Click here for other results from the Westpac Tarsha Gale Cup.

Northern Conference Semi-finalists decided in Regional Reps

Following Round Four results, the Northern Conference Semi-finalists have now been decided in the SLE Andrew Johns (Under 16s) and Laurie Daley Cups (Under 18s).

After victories by the Central Coast Roosters in both Under 16s and Under 18s, the tricolours have booked their ticket to the Semi-finals with a game in hand.

They will be joined by the Newcastle-Maitland Region Knights (Andrew Johns Cup) and the Northern Tigers (Laurie Daley Cup), who also recorded Round Four wins to secure a top-two finish.

The two Roosters sides beat the North Coast Bulldogs in contrasting fashion at Morry Breen Oval on Saturday, with a dominant 30-10 performance followed by a tightly contested 10-8 win.

Meanwhile in Saturday’s matches, the Northern Tigers edged out Northern Rivers Titans 34-30 in their Laurie Daley Cup match as captain Jordan Hamlin and fullback Reece Josephson each scored doubles. 

The Andrew Johns Cup Knights earned their way through to the semis with a convincing 44-12 victory on Sunday against Riverina Bulls.

Click here for other results and standings in the SLE Andrew Johns Cup.

Click here for other results and standings in the SLE Laurie Daley Cup.

Click here for results in the Westpac Lisa Fiaola Cup.

Click here for results in the Westpac Regional Lisa Fiaola Cup.

Click here for results in the UNE Harold Matthews Cup.

Click here for results in the UNE SG Ball Cup.

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