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Dragons pathways: Round 3 wrap

Draws and blowouts both featured in an up-and-down round three for the St George and Illawarra Junior Reps sides.

UNE SG Ball Cup


The Panthers ran out convincing 38-12 winners at Mascot Oval on Saturday. Loko Jnr Pasifiki Tonga and Shadi Hammoud scored the Dragons' two tries.  


The Steelers launched a comeback of sorts against the Eels; after conceding four tries in the first 12 minutes, four-pointers to Lykhan King-Togia and Te Umuariki Heremia-Tukere and a hat-trick for Ethan Cliff (none of which could be converted) narrowed the final margin to 36-20.

Harvey Norman Women's Premiership


It was a very tough outing for the Dragons against the Mounties, going down 62-0 at Mascot Oval on Saturday.


The Steelers went down 22-4 to the Wenty Magpies on Monday evening at the NSWRL Centre of Excellence with Keele Brown scoring the side's one try. 

UNE Harold Matthews Cup


The Dragons went down 28-18 to the Panthers despite tries to Risiate Smythe, Ralph Binge, Omar Dennaoui and Tyrus Siana Salanoa.


The Eels were too strong for the Steelers at Collegians Sporting Complex on Saturday, with Leeroy Weatherall and Harry Wililo bagging Illawarra's two tries. 

Harvey Norman Tarsha Gale Cup


Both Tarsha Gale sides played out tense draws, with the Dragons finishing level at 14-all with the Panthers at Mascot Oval on Saturday. Mele Ketuu, Saja Rifei and Taneisha Gray scored in the three-tries-apiece affair.  


The Steelers similarly could not be split after 60 minutes in their clash against Parramatta, with Sulieti Ahio and Sienna Yeo scoring in the 10-all draw. 

SLE Laurie Daley Cup

The Illawarra South Coast under-18s piled on a huge score against the Northern Rivers Titans, running out 56-6 winners at Ron Costello Oval. Toby Rumble, Jackson Rieck, Isaac Laughton and Samson McAllister-Wood scored doubles and Jarrah Gaia Treweek, Palu Tausala and Ashton O'Dea also crossed. 

SLE Andrew Johns Cup

The Illawarra SC Under-16s also triumphed over the NR Titans. Zane Timmins bagged a double while Benjamin Askew, Luke Butler, Axel Antony and Ruben Mayers also scored in the 30-18 win.

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