The St George Illawarra Dragons Junior Representatives return home as their respective Junior Representative seasons continue on Saturday.
The St George Dragons Harold Matthews Cup (U16) and SG Ball (U18) teams will host the South Sydney Rabbitohs at Jubilee Oval, Kogarah.
The St George Dragons Harold Matthews Cup side will look to keep its momentum going after being undefeated in their last three games.
"We need to improve our completions and repeat what we did against SWSAS two weeks ago," said Coach Graeme Wynn.
"We got away with a win last week against the Roosters, but we’ll need to improve on Saturday if we’re to defeat the Rabbitohs."
The St George Dragons SG Ball side will look to improve on last week's loss to the Sydney Roosters where a slow start and poor ball control hurt them dearly.
Still well and truly within striking distance of the top 8, a win against their South Sydney counterparts is vital to their Finals chances.
"We will be looking for a better start this week with more commitment in defence, and then look to have continued improvement in our attack," said Coach Brad Liggins.
"If we play like we did in last 50 minutes of the Roosters match we should be in this game throughout."
The St George Dragons Harold Matthews Cup match commences at 12.00pm with the SG Ball Cup following at 1.30pm.
The Illawarra Steelers will host both the SWSAS in the Harold Matthews Cup and West Coast Pirates at WIN Stadium, Wollongong.
The Illawarra Steelers Harold Matthews Cup team will be looking to turn around their previous round loss to WSAS.
“A win on Saturday would do wonders for our Finals aspirations, but more importantly it would be a boost to our confidence," said Coach Adam Blake.
"We’re hoping we can regain some of our early season form and play the footy we’re really capable of playing."
The Illawarra Steelers SG Ball team will be hopeing to continue their unbeaten run this season which has seen them go top of the table
“The Pirates will be travelling a long way to get here, and I know they won’t be coming to lose," said Coach Shane Millard.
"We’re really going to have to bring our A-game this week.
“We’re keeping it relatively simple as the boys love their footy and want to enjoy themselves – all we do is mould them to be the best they can be."
The Illawarra Steelers SG Ball Cup match commences at 12.00pm with the Harold Matthews Cup following at 1.30pm.