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Junior Rep - NSWRL R8 & CRL Semi Finals

The Parramatta Eels Junior Representative SG Ball and Harold Tarsha Gale sides held their Round Eight clashes on the weekend whilst the Eels Laurie Daley Cup side played in their elimination semi final.

The Eels SG Ball side suffered a 18-16 defeat to the Sydney Roosters at McCredie Park on Saturday 30 March whilst the Tarsha Gale side came away with a dominant 36-0 victory over the Penrith Panthers at Windsor Sports Complex.

The Eels Laurie Daley Cup side who clashed with the Western Rams in their Semi Final clash at Harry Elliott Oval, Forster on Sunday 30 April had a tough 22-12 defeat ending their 2019 campaign.


SG Ball: Parramatta Eels 16 (D Hollis, V Penisini, Ngarimu Harte tries; S Loizou (2) goals) def by. Sydney Roosters 18 (M Coleman, J Tuagalu, B Hayward; J Afoa (3) goals)

Tarhsa Gale: Penrith Panthers 0 def. by Parramatta Eels 36 (B E’e (2), C Koomson (3), M Fua, A Futialo tries; S Akhabue (3), A Futialo goals)

Laurie Daley: Western Rams 22 (C Woolnough, N Bennett, N Ryan, B Lovett tries; T Colley 3 goals) def. Parramatta Eels 12 (C Bateup, P Taateo tries;S Russell 2 goals)

Heading into the final round of the regular competition, the Eels SG Ball side currently sit sixth, the Harold Matthews side in eight (after a bye in round eight) and the Tarsha Gale third.

Round Nine Details

SG Ball: Newcastle Knights v Parramatta Eels, St Johns Oval, 1:30pm
Harold Matthews: Newcastle Knights v Parramatta Eels, St Johns Oval, 12pm
Tarsha Gale: Newcastle Knights v Parramatta Eels, St Johns Oval, 10:30am

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