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Wests Tigers Intrust Super Premiership side produced a stirring comeback to beat the previously undefeated North Sydney Bears on Sunday afternoon.

Trailing 16-6 midway through the second half, tries to Justin Hunt (2) and Joel Edwards gave David Heath's side a shock 18-16 win — their first win of the Intrust Super Premiership year.

In Ron Massey, Western Suburbs went down 32-6 to Wentworthville Magpies at Kirkham Oval, while Sydney Shield also suffered a tight 32-22 defeat to Wentworthville on the day.

Western Suburbs did bounce back with a high-scoring 42-30 victory over the South Sydney Rabbitohs in SG Ball, while Balmain Tigers saw a 18-6 half-time lead slip away against the Canberra Raiders, going down 22-18 at Raiders Club Belconnen.

In Harold Matthews, Western Suburbs went down 36-18 to the Rabbitohs, while Balmain suffered a disappointing 48-24 defeat to Canberra after only trailing 28-24 at half-time.

Wests Tigers Women's Tarsha Gale Nines team were also unable to defeat the Green Machine at Raiders Club Belconnen, going down 30-12 in their penultimate game of the season.

Wests Tigers NRL and Holden Cup sides both suffered losses against the Dragons on Sunday.



NRL — St. George-Illawarra Dragons 28 def. Wests Tigers 6 (Details)

NYC — St. George-Illawarra Dragons 30 def. Wests Tigers 22 (Details)

ISP — Wests Tigers 18 def. North Sydney Bears 16 (Details)

Ron Massey Cup — Wentworthville Magpies 32 def. Western Suburbs 6 (Details)

Sydney Shield — Wentworthville Magpies 32 def. Western Suburbs 22 (Details)

SG Ball — Western Suburbs 42 def. South Sydney Rabbitohs 30 (Details)

SG Ball — Canberra Raiders 22 def. Balmain Tigers 18 (Details)

Harold Matthews — South Sydney Rabbitohs 36 def. Western Suburbs 18 (Details)

Harold Matthews — Canberra Raiders 48 def. Balmain Tigers 24 (Details)

Tarsha Gale Nines — Canberra Raiders 30 def. Balmain Tigers 12 (Details)

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