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Juniors Report Round 4: Pathways Affected by Washouts

With torrential rain enveloping New South Wales through the week, a number of Junior Rep matches were postponed - with the Tarsha Gale Cup, Andrew Johns Cup and Laurie Daley Cup sides taking the field. 

Both Harold Matthews sides as well as the SG Ball team had their matches postponed, with a new time yet to be announced. 

Tarsha Gale Roosters Make it Four From Four

For the second time in three weeks, the Tarsha Gale Cup Roosters have kept their opponents scoreless in what was another strong showing, this time against the Wests Tigers. 

Five-Eighth Jada Taylor scored four tries, including three in the span of eleven minutes as she dazzled the Tigers on their home turf, getting on the board after just six minutes.

Front rower Milly Lupo crashed over soon after, while Leilani Wilson continued her try-scoring form with a four-pointer in the 23rd minute, with Taylor's double giving the Tricolours a 16-nil lead at the break.

Despite the muddy conditions at Leichhardt Oval troubling both sides on occasion, the Roosters struck again through Taylor's next two tries, with their defence holding off their opponents at every opportunity to grind out a convincing 24-nil victory. 

The Tarsha Gale side remains at the top of the ladder, and will face the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs at Henson Park this Saturday, kicking off at 1:15pm. 

Sydney Roosters 24 (Jada Taylor 4, Milly Lupo, Leilani Wilson tries) def Wests Tigers 0

 

Laurie Daley Cup Roosters Torch Titans

The Laurie Daley Cup Central Coast Roosters defeated the Northern Rivers Titans 30-6 on Sunday afternoon, piling on six tries to one in a dominant display.

The Roosters shot out of the blocks with three tries in the opening ten minutes, with Oliver Duras, Noah Goodman and Haydan Ritchie getting on the board, and despite the Titans striking back, the Red, White and Blue headed into the sheds in control up 16-6. 

Keeping their opponents scoreless in the second stanza, the Roosters ruled with Goodman bagging his second, while Ethan Strange and Benjamin Taylor found themselves on the scoresheet in the span of eleven minutes to secure victory.

The top of the table Roosters will travel to Wauchope in their final round clash against the North Coast Bulldogs this Saturday prior to the semi-finals. 

Central Coast Roosters 30 (Noah Goodman 2, Oliver Juras, Haydan Ritchie, Ethan Strange, Benjamin Taylor tries; Oliver Juras 3 goals) def Northern Rivers Titans 6

 

Andrew Johns Cup Pipped by Northern Rivers

The Central Coast Roosters were defeated by six points against the Northern Rivers Titans in their Round 4 match in the Andrew Johns Cup in what was a close contest.

Two tries in the opening 25 minutes from Bailey Sigsworth and Benjamin Keene-O'Keefe saw the Roosters take a 12-4 halftime lead, with the Titans crossing just before the break. 

However, their opponents took the lead in the final ten minutes with three quick-fire tries, with the final score reading 12-18.

Currently in fifth place, the Roosters will take on the North Coast Bulldogs in the final round before the first round of finals. 

Central Coast Roosters 12 (Bailey Sigsworth, Benjamin Keene-O'Keefe tries; Chaice Bayley goals) def by Northern Rivers Titans 18

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