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Eels Junior Representative Round Two results

The Parramatta Eels Junior Representative SG Ball and Harold Matthew sides have come away with victories over the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles at New era Stadium, Cabramatta in Round Two of their respective competitions.

The Eels Tarsha Gale Cup side had the bye. 


The Blue & Gold SG Ball side have come away with a convincing 36-6 victory. After a dominant first half  from the Eels which saw tries to Stefano Utoikamanu, Matt Doorey and Tyler Tuigamala to take a 16-6 lead into the sheds.

The Eels came away with a further four tries to nil in the second half with Peter Tevaga, Charbel Tasipale, JP Nohra and Doorey crossing for his second.

Parramatta Eels 36 (Tries: Matt Doorey (2), Stefano Utoikamanu, Tyler Tuigamala, Peter Tevaga, Charbel Tasipale, JP Nohra; Goals: Kyle Schneider 4/7)


Manly 6 (Tries: Joshua Schuster; Goals: Joshua Fepuleai 1/1)


The Blue & Gold Harold Matthews side have come away with a thrilling 14-10 victory over the Sea Eagles.

In a tightly contested affair in hot conditions, the Eels took a 8-4 lead in the opening half after tries to Alfred Curuenavali and Viliami Penisini. Curuenavali crossed for his second midway through the second stanza before a second try to Manly’s Kaeo Weekes saw the gap close to just four points.

A Sea Eagles try was denied in the final minute of play with the Eels holding on for a 14-10 victory.

Parramatta Eels 14 (Tries: Alfred Curuenavali (2), Viliami Penisini; Goals: Samuel Loizou 1/3)


Manly 10 (Tries: Kaeo Weekes (2), Goals: Teddy Wilson 1/2) 

SG Ball: Penrith v Parramatta – St Marys Stadium, Saturday 24 Feb, 1:30pm
Harold Matthews: Penrith v Parramatta – St Marys Stadium, Saturday 24 Feb, 12pm
Tarsha Gale: Penrith v Parramatta – St Marys Stadium, Saturday 24 Feb, 10:30am

See the full Junior Rep Draw here. 

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