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Live Blog – Junior Representatives Round 2 vs Canterbury Bulldogs

Strap yourselves in for a monster triple header as the Parramatta Eels host their first home games of the season in the Junior Representatives. Following first up losses in the Harold Matthews, SG Ball and Tarsha Gale, the Eels will be looking for bounceback wins in all three grades against the Canterbury Bulldogs. The Tarsha Gale kick off the action at 10:30AM and will be followed by the Harold Matts at 12:00PM and the SG Ball at 1:30PM.

The Daily Telegraph will be hosting live streams of all three games so by all means please enjoy the video coverage of the Junior Representatives!


Tarsha Gale Team List

1. Debbie Doueihi
2. Ameena Kanj
3. Jacinta Tui
4. Petesa Lio
5. Alysha Bell
6. Tallara Bamblett
7. Rose Beckett
8. Petalina Atoa
9. Ashlee Pottinger
10. Ruby-Jean Kennard
11. Tahleisha Maeva
12. Kyanna Lokeni
13. Summah Terare
14. Kasey Quye
16. Lei-Lani Tua
17. Katalina Vave
18. Quin McVey
19. Holly Chapman


Harold Matthews Team List

1. Mohammad Alameddine
2. Luke Maroun
3. Michael Gabreal
4. Junior Fagelele
5. Richard Penisini
6. Blaize Talagi
7. Dylan Brettle
8. Sam Tuivati
9. Matt Arthur
10. Sebastian Piukala
11. Jezaiah Funa-Luta
12. Tyrese Lokeni
13. Jordan Uta
14. Lorenzo Talataina
15. Jordan Faleano
16. Tyson Sangalang
17. Movete Ota’Ota
18. Kobi Hurford


SG Ball Team List

1 Arthur Miller-Stephen
2 Junior Wright
3 Cody Parry
4 Charlie Guymer
5 Turoa Williams
6 Riley Lack
7 Ethan Sanders
8 Larry Muagututia
9 Nick Lenaz
10 Lance Fualema
11 Saxon Pryke
12 Dom Destradis
13 Mark Simon
14 Terrence Lafai
15 Markis Atoa
16 Ibrahim Fakhri
17 Josh Alhazim
18 Raff Destradis


Tarsha Gale



Harold Matthews



SG Ball


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6 thoughts on “Live Blog – Junior Representatives Round 2 vs Canterbury Bulldogs

  1. Gil Carter

    Great commentary Forties! Loved it, really impressed with the Tarsha Gale comeback, & the resilience of the Matt’s. Not real happy with the sloppy mistakes, but it’s early season & things will be better. I couldn’t watch because I didn’t want to sign up to anything controlled by Murdoch.

    1. sixties

      Understandable Gil. And you know Forty has you covered. It is early and even the winning sides have plenty to work on.

  2. Anonymous

    Would you be able to give us any information on the development squad game that was played before TG and if there is any names to keep an eye coming into next season?

    1. sixties

      The Dev squad won their match with the Dogs Dev squad by 9 tries to 2.
      There are a couple of players to keep an eye on who are currently in the Matts squad but are young and will be there next year. Other than that, we didn’t have a player list on Saturday for the Dev squad match, and there was a big group of players who got a run, so it would be unfair to single out the couple of names we were familiar with. Let me just say that we were too fast for the Dogs.

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