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Pathways Results Round 6

Central Coast Roosters have extended their winning streak in the Harvey Norman Women's Premiership, topping the table after six rounds, while the North Sydney Bears and Sydney Roosters Jersey Flegg sides fell short in their respective Round 6 matches. 

Central Coast Continue Winning Ways

The Central Coast Roosters have continued their strong start to the season, leading the Harvey Norman Women's Premiership ladder after a hard-fought 24-6 victory over St Mary's on Monday night.

In a close first half, the sides duked it out at the NSWRL Centre of Excellence with Caitlan Johnston the sole try-scorer in the first 35 minutes.

The Roosters came out of the blocks firing in the second half, turning possession into points with Jayme Fressard and Madeline Jones extending the lead with two quick-fire tries, before St Marys got on the board with a four-pointer to get back into the contest.

But front-rower Tayla Predebon sealed the result with a try five minutes later, with the Tricolours going on to record their fourth straight victory. 

The Central Coast Roosters host Cabramatta at Morry Breen Oval on Sunday at 12pm. 

Bears Fall Short in Mounties Arm Wrestle. 

The North Sydney Bears were unsuccessful in their trip to Aubrey Keech Reserve going down to Mounties 32-12 in their Round 6 match.

Norths avoided an early scare as a Mounties try was called back for an obstruction but errors plagued the side as their opponents ran in three tries in the first half.

Josh Ralph put the Bears on the board but yet another obstruction denied the half from posting first points, however, a barnstorming Fletcher Baker closed the deficit early in the second half with a try of his own. 

The sides traded four-pointers as Mounties hit back, but a Volkman kick for fullback Brad Abbey kept the Bears in the contest, but it wasn't to be as their opponents landed the final blow on the buzzer.

North Sydney will host the St George Illawarra Dragons at North Sydney Oval this Sunday 25 April in their own rendition of the Anzac Day Cup.


Roosters Jersey Flegg Go Down to Bulldogs in Belmore

The Sydney Roosters Jersey Flegg side has been downed by the Bulldogs 40-16 in their Round 6 clash at Belmore Sports Ground. 

It was a dream start for the Red, White and Blue as winger Corey Fenning touched down in the first minute, putting the side up 6-nil just after kick-off. 

The Bulldogs replied with two quick-fire tries, but the Roosters hit back through Jack Stringer to level after 25 minutes - however, their opponents would strike twice more to lead 22-12 at the break.

Canterbury-Bankstown extended their lead further with another brace of tries, and while backrower Riley Meyn touched down to give his side a glimmer of hope, their opponents iced the result with a final four-pointer. 

The Jersey Flegg Cup side will host the St George Illawarra Dragons this Sunday 25 April at 2pm in their first home game at Waverley Oval. 


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