Hooker: Michael Lichaa, he is developing nicely now. Lichaa is still in development stage and has been for the past 10 - 15 years. I am sure he will come good soon
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The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Harold Matthews and SG Ball teams continued their pre-season preparation on Friday with trial matches against the Manly Sea Eagles at Terry Lamb Complex.
With the junior representative competitions kicking off in February, both sides ramped up their preparations against the Sea Eagles before a final trial against the Parramatta Eels next week.
Both teams gave a number of triallists for both sides plenty of game time and the line-ups were changed throughout the day.
The Harold Matthews game was played across four 20-minute quarters with the Bulldogs claiming a five tries to four victory.
Manly led by three tries to one at halftime, before talented centre Paul Alamoti led a Bulldogs fightback in the second half.
Alamoti grabbed two tries, including a length of the field intercept, while a try right on fulltime gave the Dogs the victory.
The SG Ball fixture was played over three 25-minute intervals in a match that saw Canterbury record a six-tries to five victory.
Manly dominated the opening stages of the match with three early tries, before the Dogs grabbed one at the end of the first interval.
The Sea Eagles extended their lead before young half Joseph Williams crashed over the line to register the Bulldogs second try of the day.
The final 25 minutes was dominated by Canterbury to give the Dogs a six-tries to five victory.
Next week will see both sides play the Eels in a final hit out and give coaches an additional opportunity to see the talented players they have at their disposal before the competition kicks off on February 8.
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Sunday 8 September
Jersey Flegg (elimination): 11:00am – South Sydney Rabbitohs (5th) v St George Illawarra Dragons (8th)
Canterbury Cup NSW: 1:10pm - St George Illawarra Dragons (1st) v Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs (4th) CH9
Canterbury Cup NSW: 3:15pm - South Sydney Rabbitohs (2nd) v North Sydney Bears (3rd)
Jersey Flegg (elimination): 5:15pm - Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs (6th) v Newcastle Knights (7th)
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The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs are pleased to confirm Jackson Topine has been selected in the 2019 Australian Secondary Schools Rugby League under 18 team.
Topine was named in a 17-man squad that represented NSWCHS at the recent schoolboy carnival held in Canberra that saw Queensland claim a 34-10 victory over NSWCCC in the final.
The 18-year old received his jersey from current Kangaroos coach Mal Meninga with the side set to play a one-off Test against the New Zealand under 19 side in Brisbane on September 22.
A student of Easts Hills Boys High, the hard-working back rower has had a great season to date having claimed the club’s SG Ball Player of the Year, being named captain of the NSW under 18s side and selection in the Bulldogs Jersey Flegg squad.
On top of these achievements on the field, Jackson has re-signed with the club until the end of the 2022 season.
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The word 'development' club in its strictest meaning is overrated.. most clubs can develop players once the players are in their system.. the number of clubs that havent been able to develop young talent is minimal if any..
Good scouts is a crucial part of the process.. that saw the club bring over SBW from NZ and Barba & Thurston from North QLD, and theres an endless list of great talent identification weve done over the years..
Brisbane and Penrith identify themselves as 'development' clubs they havent won a comp since 2006.. meanwhile clubs with great recruitment of juniors and also top players have won many more competitions..
In summary Development is necessary for all NRL clubs.. but great talent scouts and great recruitment set the top clubs from the others most seasons..
Melbourne develop very strong players, but they have no local junior base, so they are making many right decisions in identifying and recruiting the right players..Last edited: May 15, 2019
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Junior Representative Team Lists
Harold Matthews Cup
SG Ball Cup
Canterbury v West Coast Pirates
Belmore Sports Ground, Saturday 10.30am
1. Compton Fuatimau 2. Louie Yehia 3. Trieste Winitana 4. Diego Bravo Graham 5. Turoa Williams 6. Khaled Rajeb 7. Joseph O'Neill 8. Aufunga Autagavaia
9. Danny Ghantous 10. Tayson Fakaosi 11. Lipoi Hopoi 12. Apisalome Saukuru 13. Kevin Maungaati
14. Bilal Yazici 15. Presley Sa'u 16. Omar Yaghi 17. Solomon Akama 19. Natrell Tawa
LIVE GAME UPDATES https://www.nswrl.com.au/…/…/2020/round-1/bulldogs-v-pirates
Tarsha Gale Cup
Canterbury v Sydney Roosters Indigenous Academy
Henson Park, Saturday 1pm
1. Anneka Wilson 2. Afeni Tabuai-Salee 3. Sara Sautia
4. Haylee Hifo 5. Addyson Winterstein 6. Kiahla Duff
7. Leilani Wilson 8. Mya Hill-Moana 9. Brearna Nathan
10. Tamika-Che Tohia 11. Indee Brown 12. Leah-Rhys Rangi-Toki 13. Precious Papalii
14. Lilly Masters 15. Charkyl Ngamotu 16. Anjali Mence 17. Shemarian Tagaloamatua 19 Sarah Kitiona
LIVE GAME UPDATES
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