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Dragons Lower Grades Wrap: Round 16

Check out our results from Round 16 of the 2024 Knock-On Effect NSW Cup and Jersey Flegg Cup seasons from over the weekend.


The Dragons fell to the Warriors 18-4 in a tough clash at Auckland's North Harbour Stadium on Saturday.

A Dan Russell try saw the visitors take a 4-0 lead into the break before a period of ill-discipline compounded by handling issues saw the Warriors storm ahead and hold on for a key win.

For a full recap of the clash, click here.

Knock-On Effect NSW Cup Highlights: Round 16


The Dragons pulled off a key win over the Warriors in Saturday's Jersey Flegg clash in Auckland running out 46-14 victors.

A rampaging Hamish Stewart went within inches of the opening points of the contest only for the ball to go to ground prior to the chalk.

Halfback Ashton Ward instead got the scoring started for the Red V supporting off a Jesse Williams break which he helped to create.

Stewart enjoyed some success soon after diving over off a perfect inside ball courtesy of Ward to extend the lead to double figures.

Ward's sublime opening stanza continued soon after with the halfback sending a charging Jack Quine through a hole and over the line for the visitors' third a half-hour in.

Ben Rumble wrestled his way over the following set off a left-side sweep play to give the Dragons a commanding 24-0 lead heading into the break.

Travis Barrett-Hancock grabbed the first points of the second stanza for the Dragons off another Ward break before the Warriors found their opening try through lock Etuate Fukofuka.

It did little to curtail the Dragons' momentum however with Cyrus Stanley-Traill sending Rumble into the backfield off a well-timed offload from inside his own half who handed it off to Tyler Peckham-Harris to finish off the raid.

The Dragons continued rolling with skipper Kyan Hjaltason cleaning up a spilt Ward kick to dive over behind the posts moments later.

Interchange hooker Isaiah Fagalilo pounced on a Peckham-Harris grubber soon after to make it three tries in the space of nine minutes and earn the Red V a commanding 46-6 lead.

Cassius Cowley and Sialetili Faeamani managed late four-pointers for the hosts, but it proved in vain with Aaron Hertsch's men holding on to snap a three-game skid.

Jersey Flegg Cup Highlights: Round 16

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