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Dragons Pathways Wrap: Rd 7

The St George Dragons and Illawarra Steelers junior representative sides were in action in Round 7 of the NSWRL competitions over the weekend.

The Dragons and Steelers took each other on in all four grades at Netstrata Jubilee Stadium on Saturday with the visitors claiming the opening trio of clashes before the Red V got on the board with a key SG Ball Cup victory.

Check out all of the club's pathways results from over the weekend:


A Zac Nachar double spurred the Dragons to a crucial 18-4 win over the Steelers in the final game of the day at Kogarah.

It was the visitors who grabbed the opening try of the contest through right winger Toby Rumble who took in a ball from a sweeping Lucas Borg to step and dive his way over in the corner.

The Dragons answered 19 minutes in through Nachar off a sharp backline play before David Afu joined him on the scoresheet courtesy of a neat Brandon Tikinau kick and Jacob Halangahu gather and offload.

Lyric Craft-Te Moananui added to the Dragons lead just shy of the break after Tyler Peckham-Harris darted out of dummy-half and found a supporting Corey Ackers who threw a pinpoint cut-out to his centre for the side’s third try of the day.

Both sides defend stoutly throughout much of the second period with the Steelers threatening to eat into the lead courtesy of a Rumble break down the touchline only for Peckham-Harris to come up with a try-saving intercept from the back.

Nachar powered his way over late off a Cyrus Stanley-Traill offload for his second as the Dragons claimed a key victory.

SG Ball Cup Rd 7 Highlights: Dragons vs Steelers


The Steelers continued their charge towards a potential Tarsha Gale Cup minor premiership taking care of the Dragons 62-0 at Netstrata Jubilee Stadium on Saturday.

The scoring started early for the visitors courtesy of a four-pointer to centre Darcy Eade with No.1 Herewaka Pohatu and centre-partner Indie Bostock joining her on the scoresheet shortly after.

Charlotte Basham, Evie McGrath, Sienna Yeo and Maria Paseka were among the other first half try-scorers as Courtney Crawford’s squad took a 36-point advantage into halftime.

Paseka grabbed a second to kick off the second half for the Steelers before Rangitaiki Pohatu got on the board minutes later.

Centres Eade and Bostock both claimed doubles before winger Sienna Leslie got her name in the try-scorers column late as the Steelers sealed a dominant win.


The Harold Matthews Cup Steelers came away with a 28-4 win over the Dragons for their second victory of the season behind doubles to Jack Talbott and Zane Timmins.

Talbott got the visitors on the board early in the piece before five-eighth Beau Baldock followed it up with another four-pointer soon after.

Timmins notched his first and Talbott his second within the space of three minutes to put the Steelers up 20-0 just 23 minutes in.

Their fifth try of the opening stanza came through winger Cooper Morrison to make it 24-0 heading into the break.

The match then tightened up with a 42nd-minute Timmins try the Steelers’ only points of the second half before Dragons winger Ahmad Assaad grabbed a late one for the hosts.


The Steelers secured their fifth win of the Lisa Fiaola Cup season downing the Dragons 60-0 at Kogarah on Saturday behind a Michala Hardy hat-trick.

Winger Halle Muik scored the Steelers’ first before it became the Hardy show with the centre scoring tries in the 5th, 8th, and 11th minutes to swing momentum firmly the way of the visitors.

Skye Spencer and Bridget Shearer also managed four-pointers prior to the break as the Steelers ran out to a 32-0 lead.

April Gray and skipper Tahlia O’Brien kept the good times rolling for the Steelers on the other side of the break before Shearer notched her second off the interchange.

Armani Tanioria, Ella Greatz, and Alysha Eti all crossed late for the visitors to seal a handy win as they continue their charge towards the finals.

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