All three Souths Juniors sides suffered disappointing losses on the weekend, going down to Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs.
UNE Harold Mathews Cup
In the Harold Mathew Cup, the Under 16s have surrendered their spot in the top eight this week, after a 42-14 loss to the Bulldogs at Redfern Oval.
South Sydney Rabbitohs 14
Michael Gerolimos, Zach Kambos, Jonathan Chan Kum Tong tries; Dion Teaupa goal
Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 42
Joseph O'Neill, Lipoi Hopoi, Compton Fuatimau, Danny Ghantous, Diego Bravo-Graham, Farouk Barake, Natrell Tawa tries; Farouk Barake 5 goals
UNE SG Ball Cup
It was a high-scoring affair in the Under 18s match-up but unfortunately, it was not in favour of the Souths Juniors. The SG Ball side was no match for the Bulldogs, going down 56-22.
South Sydney Rabbitohs 22
Logan Aldridge, Akositaine Matakaiongo, Ratu Timoci, Kobe Rodger tries
Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 56
Logen Dillon 3, Jake Averillo 2, Kolinio Saukuru, Tyrone Harding, Christoper Patolo, Ryan Gray, Jackson Topine tries; Jake Averillo 8 goals
Harvey Norman Tarsha Gale Cup
The Under 18s girls were also on the end of a comprehensive defeat, losing 40-20 to the Bulldogs. Two tries from Zali Dymock in the first half gave the Tarsha Gale side a slither of hope at the break but it wasn't enough as the Under 18s girls were blown away in the second half.
South Sydney Rabbitohs 20
Zali Dymock 2, Annabel Stojanovska, Raquel Willoughby tries; Lashawnda Kelly, Annabel Stojanovska goals
Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 44
Kerri Putahi 3, Joy Tedeschi 2, Lupe Fatai 2, Sinead Sio, Rhiannon Gregorio tries; Rhiannon Gregorio 4 goals