Junior Reps 2019

Balmain Harold Matthews team v Dogs for week 2 of the finals

  1. Ponipate Rakuli 2. Alexander Miltiadous 3. Christopher Trad 4. Tanous Sukkar 5. Elijah Sarkis 6. Liam Wright-terry 7. Christian Jardim 8. Mataele Fifita 9. Kain Munro 10. Vaka Aho 11. Brandon Tumeth 12. Nathaniel Bakon 13. Will Carroll 14. Jaxson Rahme 15. Joseph Isaac 16. Wilkinson Papalii-afoa 18. Jamie Tam-o’connor
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Congratulations to our Harold Matts captain Brandon Tumeth on his selection in the @NSWRL #HMatts representative team for Friday night’s game! https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2019/05/13/nswrl-announces-harold-matthews-representative-team/ … #blackngold #pathway


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Zane Camroux selected in this team. A couple of interesting names in Thomas Rodwell (Wollongong related to Brett?) and Jakob Arthur - son of Brad. Also Campbell Woolnough from Red Bend Forbes - related to Adam?).

Benjamin Lovett Red Bend Catholic College (Forbes, Secondary School)
Braiden Magele Patrician Brothers’ College (Blacktown, Secondary School)
Campbell Woolnough Red Bend Catholic College (Forbes, Secondary School)
Chaise Robinson Champagnat Catholic College (Maroubra, Secondary School)
Jakob Arthur Patrician Brothers’ College (Blacktown, Secondary School)
Jayden Skinner Patrician Brothers’ College (Blacktown, Secondary School)
Jesse Colquhoun Edmund Rice College (West Wollongong, Secondary School)
Kyle Pickering St Patrick’s College (Sutherland, Secondary School)
Lachlan Gale Marcellin College (Randwick, Secondary School)
Mitchell Black St Mary’s Catholic College (Gateshead, Secondary School)
Nicolas Hall Hennessy Catholic College (Young, Secondary School)
Peter Taateo Patrician Brothers’ College (Blacktown, Secondary School)
Samuel Loizou Patrician Brothers’ College (Blacktown, Secondary School)
Sunia Turuva Patrician Brothers’ College (Blacktown, Secondary School)
Thomas Giles Marcellin College (Randwick, Secondary School)
Thomas Rodwell Edmund Rice College (West Wollongong, Secondary School)
Tyler Field Patrician Brothers’ College (Blacktown, Secondary School)
Uinitoni Mataele Patrician Brothers’ College (Blacktown, Secondary School)
Zane Camroux Holy Cross College (Ryde, Secondary School)
Zion Tauasa Patrician Brothers’ College (Blacktown, Secondary School)

Arthur, Skinner, Taateo, Loizou, Field and Mataele in the 18s.


Wests Tigers Jersey Flegg have sprung an upset in their Round 13 clash on Saturday by keeping the in-form Canberra Raiders scoreless in a 22-0 win at Campbelltown Sports Stadium.

Despite heading in to the match off the back of four straight defeats, Wests Tigers defended brilliantly against the fourth-placed Raiders and took advantage of their moments in attack to emerge with a convincing victory in the end.

The win puts Wests Tigers back on the edge of the top eight with three consecutive home games coming up at Campbelltown Sports Stadium later this month.

After keeping the visitors at bay early in the contest, Wests Tigers finally broke the scoring 10 minutes before half-time when a sharp left edge switch saw Zac Cini dive over untouched, with Ben Stevanovic converting from the sideline for a 6-0 lead.

Holding the narrow lead at the break, the home side would again turn defence in to attack when Curtis Wilson snatched an intercept on his own line — racing 100m down field to score in the 42nd minute and double his side’s advantage.

Cini was causing the Raiders all sorts of problems on the left with his sharp left foot step, and after putting Aiden Young away with a lovely late offload, would help his side move further in front with a repeat set building pressure on the Raiders.

After three consecutive sets, it was a clever kick from Max Burey that found space in behind the line for Liam Scolari to collect just before the dead ball line.

Stevanovic — who had shifted to fullback with Logen Dillon off for a concussion test — continued his sharp afternoon with the boot with another conversion from the sideline to put Wests Tigers will in front with 20 minutes remaining in the contest.

It was fitting that Cini would put the icing on the cake for Wests Tigers inside the final five minutes, collecting a lovely late offload from Development Player Henry Lealuga-Puhotau to crash over for his second try of the afternoon.

Off the back of today’s win, Wests Tigers will look to produce another upset next week when they take on the second-placed Newcastle Knights at Campbelltown.

Wests Tigers 22 (Cini 2, Wilson, Scolari tries; Stevanovic 3/4 goals) def. Canberra Raiders 0 at Campbelltown Sports Stadium

Cini is an impressive player, always dangerous with the ball and usually figuring on the score sheet, Scolari is a pacey winger and WIlson must have a bit of pace as well. We have some prospects but we really need to work hard to bring them through on an accelerated programme.

Braydon Guyan - NSWCHS U18
Flynn Angles-Corke - NSWCIS U18
Zane Camroux - NSWCCC U18

@ALX22 appreciate all of your posts, Al

@ALX22 Thanks. Can you share any information about them? Are they realistically in the running for the Aust Schoolboys?

Some people are on the money, Paws!

@pawsandclaws1 hope he goes a long way with us based off this kinda stuff.

@ALX22 said in Junior Reps 2019:

Flynn Angles-Corke -

The young fellow plays for Balmain but also represented Aust Youth Touch as well as a rep history in Rugby from Oakhill College. Our junior recruitment has excelled over the last couple of years.


Group 6 Junior Rugby League (Official Site) have been announcing their development and representative squads for 2019, which you can read on their Facebook page.

Just finished watching our under 20’s at orana, we are a mess. Forget about the score line because 5 of Penrith better players didn’t play or have already gone up to cc. We are either horribly coached or the blokes playing dummy should be axed. Message to the idiots @ dummy half, and first receiver on both sides of the ruck, when Cini or Dillon want the ball don’t pass it to a fat unfit forward and don’t decide to put on an extra slow bullshit edge play cause you have no tempo. Wouldn’t be surprised if Cini and Dillon look to get out of current contracts they are completely wasted in this side.

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