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Wests Tigers Associated Teams and Junior Representative teams enjoyed mixed results over the weekend, with a number of impressive performances across the board.

While Western Suburbs' Ron Massey clash was postponed due to weather, the Sydney Shield side were able to record their first win of the year, defeating Mooreback Rams 24-16.

In Harold Matthews, Western Suburbs produced a thrilling comeback to defeat the Western Sydney Academy of Sport 18-17 — moving into the top eight for the first time this year.

The news was not as good in SG Ball, however, as the Magpies went down 30-22.

Despite good performances, Balmain also went winless through both junior grades, going down 22-6 and 22-16 to the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs in the respective competitions.

Wests Tigers Tarsha Gale Nines side also went down to the Parramatta Eels 34-6, and remain level on points with Canberra and the Sydney Indigenous Academy after Round 6.



Ron Massey — Auburn Warriors vs. Western Suburbs Magpies — Postponed due to weather

Sydney Shield — Western Suburbs Magpies 24 def. Moorebank Rams 16

SG Ball — Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 22 def. Balmain Tigers 12

SG Ball — Western Suburbs Magpies 18 def. Western Sydney Academy of Sport 17

Harold Matthews — Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 22 def. Balmain Tigers 6

Harold Matthews — Western Sydney Academy of Sport 30 def. Western Suburbs 22

Tarsha Gale Nines — Parramatta Eels 34 def. Wests Tigers 6

Don’t miss our first game of the year at Leichhardt Oval on Sunday, March 26!
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