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The Parramatta Eels Junior Rep sides had their Round 7 clashes against the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs at Belmore Sports Ground on Saturday 23 March.

The Tarsha Gale side knocked up a dominant 46-0 victory over the Bulldogs, whilst the SG Ball (24-20) and Harold Matthews (28-4) suffered defeats.

RESULTS - ROUND SEVEN
TARSHA GALE
Parramatta 46 (M Fua, S Akhabue, A Pati, C Koomson (3), R Faucette, A Futialo, T Alexander tries; S Akhabue (3), A Futialo (2) goals) def Bulldogs 0
HAROLD MATTHEWS
Parramatta 4 (J Kalache tries) def by Bulldogs 28 (N Tawa (3), T Williams, D Gabrael tries; T Winitana (4) goals)
SG BALL
Parramatta 20 (M Komolafe (2), J Betham-Misa (2) tries; S Loizou (2) goals) def by Bulldogs 24 (C Fuatimau (2), M Pope, K Rajab, M Vuki tries; J Topine (2) goals)

After seven rounds of the competition, and two rounds remaining of the regular season, the SG Ball sit equal second on the ladder after suffering their first defeat of the season, the Harold Matthews side sit seventh heading into the bye and the Tarsha Gale side sit third.

After a week off this week, the Eels Laurie Daley Cup side will play in their Semi Final against the Western Rams at Harry Elliott Oval, Forster in their Country Rugby League competition.

Round Eight – Saturday 30 March
SG Ball: Parramatta Eels v Sydney Roosters – McCredie Oval, 10am
Harold Matthews: Parramatta Eels BYE
Tarsha Gale: Penrith Panthers v Parramatta Eels, Windsor Sports Complex, 10:30am
Semi-Finals
Laurie Daley: Wester Rams v Parramatta Eels, Harry Elliott Oval, Forster, 12:40pm.

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