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Pathways Wrap: Round 7

PATHWAYS WRAP

KNOCK ON EFFECT NSW CUP ROUND 7 - RESERVE GRADE

South Sydney Rabbitohs 34 - 4 Western Suburbs Magpies

Lidcombe Oval, Lidcombe

Western Suburbs Magpies are still looking for their first victory of the season, leaving Lidcombe Oval with a 34-4 defeat against South Sydney.

The Rabbitohs proved too classy on the day, with Wests managing to cross for their lone try shortly after half-time. 

Junior Pauga took advantage of a Ben Stevanovic cross-field kick, to offload and allow young half Zane Camroux to score his first NSW Cup try. 

The Magpies take on the 8th placed Dragons in Round 8 at WIN Stadium. 

JERSEY FLEGG CUP ROUND 7 - U/21’s

Wests Tigers 22 - 12 South Sydney Rabbitohs 

Lidcombe Oval, Lidcombe

Wests Tigers’ Jersey Flegg Cup side sits just one win outside the Top 6, after coming away with a 22-12 win at Lidcombe Oval. 

Conceding an early try, the home side fought back, with touchdowns from Christian Ma’anaima, Henry O’Kane and Livai Saukuru, putting Wests Tigers ahead 18-6 at the half-time break.

O’Kane’s try was especially impressive, with skipper Kade Hill delivering a sweet short ball to send the back-rower over from about 12 metres out.

After resisting a South Sydney fightback after the interval, O’Kane crossed for his double to seal a 10-point victory for Wests Tigers and place them in a position to enter the Top 6 with a victory over the Dragons next week. 

HAROLD MATTHEWS CUP SEMI FINAL - U/17’s

Western Suburbs Magpies 20 - 16 Canberra Raiders

Netstrata Jubilee Stadium, Kogarah

In an outstanding result, Western Suburbs Magpies’ Harold Matthews Cup side is into the Grand Final!

Coming away with a 20-16 victory over Canberra, the Minor Premiership-winning Magpies fought hard into extra-time, with hooker Tallyn Da Silva getting over late to seal the win.

Second Rower Lachlan Galvin once again proved a standout, getting over for two tries and having a hand in another.

Wests will take on Cronulla at CommBank Stadium in the Grand Final next weekend.

Congratulations to Coach Robbie Mears and the boys on an excellent achievement!

HARVEY NORMAN TARSHA GALE CUP SEMI FINAL - WOMEN’s U/19’s

Sydney Roosters Indigenous Academy 22 - 8 Wests Tigers

Netstrata Jubilee Stadium, Kogarah 

Wests Tigers’ Tarsha Gale Cup side, unfortunately, went down to Minor Premiers, Roosters Indigenous Academy, in their semi-final on Saturday. 

Another tremendous season for the U/19’s girls highlights the Wests Tigers’ thriving women’s program ahead of the NSW Women’s Premiership kick-off this weekend. 

After outstanding hooker Losana Lutu crossed for an early try and leading 8-6 at the break, the class of Roosters Indigenous Academy shone through, scoring four unanswered tries in the second half to come away with a 22-8 win. 

Congratulations to the girls on a tremendous season!

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