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The Dragons Knock On Effect Cup and Jersey Flegg squads both suffered tough losses to the Sea Eagles in Round 22 of the NSWRL competitions on Saturday.

Knock On Effect Cup

A late flurry pushed the Sea Eagles to a 36-20 win over the Dragons Knock On Effect Cup side at Shellharbour’s Ron Costello Oval on Saturday.

The Sea Eagles enjoyed a nice start with tries to Raymond Tuaimalo Vaega and Ryan Garner giving them a double-digit lead in the opening 15 minutes before the Dragons mounted a fightback.

Sione Finau, Ryan Couchman, and Treight Stewart all snagged tries within the space of just 14 minutes as the Red V took their first lead of the encounter.

Winger Clayton Faulalo crossed for the Sea Eagles late in the opening period to wrestle a two-point lead back prior to the intermission.

KOE NSW Cup Highlights: Rd 22 v Sea Eagles

Garner grabbed his second on the other side of the half to extend the Sea Eagles’ advantage beyond a converted try before Stewart notched his second for the Dragons to make it 22-20 heading into the final 12 minutes.

A trio of late Sea Eagles tries - including a double to fullback Jake Toby - broke the game open and improved the scoreboard for the visitors who earnt their third-straight win.

Jersey Flegg Cup

The Dragons Jersey Flegg unit were dealt a disappointing blow falling to the Sea Eagles 32-16 in Shellharbour on Saturday.

The Red V got off to a dream start with Hayden Buchanan snagging a try in the opening set before Lyhkan King-Togia crossed soon after to make it 10-0 just seven minutes in.

The Sea Eagles answered with tries to Charlie Thompson, Koby Douglas, and Kobe Fulton as well as a Jamie Humphreys penalty goal all before the break to grab a 20-10 lead.

Thomas Phillips scored on the other side of the half to drag the hosts back into the game, but the Sea Eagles responded the following set with a try to halfback Harradyn Wilson.

Antonio Taufa crossed on the other side of the hour-mark to improve the lead beyond two converted tries for the Sea Eagles who were able to hold on for a key win.

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