Under 16s, Under 18 Women start with wins
Our South Sydney Juniors got off to a decent start to their respective campaigns with two of three teams taking the points against the Canberra Raiders over the weekend.
UNE Harold Mathews Cup
First up, our Under 16s side produced a cracking come from behind display to overcome the Canberra Raiders 28 -22. Coming down from 18-4 down, the Under 16s rallied in the second half to score 24 unanswered points to record a cracking first round win.
Canberra Raiders 22
Aiden Connell, Addison Williams, Jack Williams, Thomas Gaffey tries, Junior Tupou 3 goals
South Sydney Rabbitohs 28
Krystian Mapaplangi 2, Jonathan Chan Kum Tong, Dion Teaupa, Zack Kambos, Joseph Suaalii tries; Dion Teaupa 2 goals
UNE SG Ball Cup
Our Under 18s were unfortunately unable to join their young brothers in the winners circle as they were overpowered by the Raiders 48-12. A Peter Mamouzelos double was a shining light on a disappointing Saturday afternoon for the Under 18s.
Canberra Raiders 48
Kepa Rawhiti, Christian Jensen, Jordan Little 2, Lachlan Eveston 2, Mathew Dragisic, Jarrett Subloo, Ben Nanesa tries; Regan McClennan 6 goals
South Sydney Rabbitohs 12
Peter Mamouzelos 2 tries, Kaylib Savage 2 goals
Harvey Norman Tarsha Gale Cup
The performance of the week was produced by our Under 18s Women starlets, who romped to victory 46-10 in the Tarsha Gale competition. Tatum Allchin produced a player of the match performance scoring three tries, while sisters Kobe Dymock, Kiarna Dymock and Zali Dymock all got on the score sheet as the young South Sydney women showed off their premiership credentials.
Canberra Raiders 10
Emylee Hawke, Tamika Millard tries; Tamika Millard goal
South Sydney Rabbitohs 46
Tatum Allchin 3, Bryanna Murray, Raquel Willoughby, Kobe Dymock, Kiarna Dymock, Shae Harrison, Zali Dymock, Maddison Scott tries; Kobe Dymock 3 goals