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The Parramatta Eels Junior Representative SG Ball and Harold Matthews sides have come away with convincing victories over their respective Round Nine opponents, whilst the Blue & Gold Tarsha Gale Nines side came away with a strong victory over the South Sydney Rabbitohs.

See the results below.


The Parramatta Eels SG Ball side have come away with an astonishing 96-0 victory over the West Coast Pirates at New Era Stadium, Cabramatta on Saturday 8 April.

The Eels crossed for seventeen tries in the clash, with Ethan Parry crossing for five and Haze Dunster for three and Taufa Afu two four pointers.

The victory sees Parramatta sit equal second on the ladder after Round Nines of the competition, before the Quarter Finals next week.

Parramatta Eels 96 (Tries: Ethan Parry (5), Haze Dunster (3), Taufa Afu (2), Kyle Cassel, John-Paul Nohra, Dylan Brown, Rico Aliva, Willaim Kei, Lufusi Tapaatoutai, Mark Tepu-Smith; Goals: Kyle Schneider 14/17)


West Coast Pirates 0


The young Blue & Gold Harold Matthews side have also come away with a convincing victory over the North Sydney Bears at New Era Stadium on Saturday 8 April, with a 48-0 victory.

The Blue & Gold crossed for nine tries and kept their opposition scoreless, with Campbell Byrd, Jandamurra Stewart both crossing for two tries, whilst Penioni Tohi, Jed Edwawrds, Tyler Field, Samuel Hughes and Tyler Waitere all crossed for one try.

Tyler Field kicked 6/9 conversions.

The victory sees Parramatta sit equal second on the ladder after Round Nine, with seven victories from eight games this season.

Parramatta Eels 48 (Tries: Campbell Byrd 2, Jandamurra Stewart 2, Penioni Tohi, Jed Edwards, Tyler Field, Samuel Hughes, Tyler Waitere tries; Goals: Tyler Field 6/6)

North Sydney Bears 0


The Parramatta Eels Tarsha Gale Nines side have come away with a ten point victory over the South Sydney Rabbitohs at Redfern Oval on Saturday 8 April.

The Eels crossed for five tries in the clash, with Brodie Dillon starring with two, whilst Christine Pauli, Jasmine Wolfe and Brittany Starr crossed for one try each.

The 22-12 victory was the Eels fifth win of the season, securing fourth spot on the ladder heading into the Quarter Finals.

Parramatta Eels 22 (Tries: Brodie Dillon (2), Christine Pauli, Jasmine Wolfe, Brittany Starr: Goals: Shaylee Bent)


South Sydney Rabbitohs 12 (Tries: Emma Perrin, Grace Greenhalgh, Jade Matapuke)

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