Job done...Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles co-captain Brendan Attwood congratulates Kelepi Manu on one of his three tries in the Intrust victory.
Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles recorded three wins in the NSWRL competitions last weekend.
Intrust Super Premiership
The Sea Eagles proved too strong for Newcastle Knights, winning 32-24 at Lottoland to record their second consecutive victory of the season following five straight losses.
The team sits in 11th place on the ladder ahead of their clash against the bottom placed Wests Tigers at Leichhardt Oval this Saturday.
Read our match report here.
Ron Massey Cup
Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles crushed Auburn Warriors 48-16 at Lidcombe Oval with Shaun Fitzgerald scoring a double. Half-back Manaia Rudolph kicked five goals in the win.
The Sea Eagles have won four of six matches to sit in second place on the ladder.
Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles recorded a 48-26 victory over Moorebank Rams at Hammondville Oval.
Half-back Mario-Joseph El Boustani scored three tries for the Sea Eagles in eight minutes in the first half.
Centre Josese Rika also crossed for three tries for the Sea Eagles in the first half. Lock Luke Chalkley kicked eight goals in the win.
The Sea Eagles sit in fourth place with four wins from five matches.
Round 8 fixtures, Saturday, April 22
Intrust Super Premiership:
Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles v Wests Tigers, Leichhardt Oval, 4pm
Ron Massey Cup
Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles v St Marys, St Marys Leagues Stadium, 6pm
Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles v St Marys, St Marys Leagues Stadium, 4pm