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Blacktown Workers team to play Panthers

Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles Coach Steven Hales has named his team to play Penrith in the Canterbury Cup.

The round 24 match will be played at HE Laybutt Field, Blacktown, on Sunday, September 1. Kick-off 1.10pm.

Penrith sit in fifth place with Blacktown Workers on the bottom of the ladder, three points off the 11th-placed Knights heading into the final round.

Blacktown Workers team

15 Lachlan Croker

1 Jade Anderson

3 Alfred Smalley

14 Tim Simona

2 Leva Li

6 Kane Elgey

7 Cade Cust

10 Lloyd Perrett

19 Zach Dockar-Clay (c)

17 Andy Saunders

11 Dane Aukafolau

8 Tony Williams

13 Sean Keppie


12 Tyler Cassel

16 Francis Laloua-Tui

20 Michael Tupou

25 Fred Junior Mauala

Blacktown Workers results

Played 21: won 5, lost 15, drawn 1

Rd 1 lost 23-4 to Wests Magpies; Rd 2 lost 32-12 to Norths; Rd 3 drew 18-18 with NZ Warriors; Rd 4 beat South Sydney Rabbitohs 32-12; Rd 5 lost 16-14 to Newcastle; Rd 6 lost 44-6 to St George-Illawarra; Rd 7 lost 44-22 to Mounties; Rd 8 lost 38-10 to Bulldogs; Rd 9 bye; Rd 10 lost 44-28 to Newtown; Rd 11 lost 20-6 to Warriors; Rd 12 lost 28-16 to Penrith, Rd 13 lost 30-20 to Canterbury; Rd 14 lost 20-14 to St George-Illawarra; Rd 15: beat Newcastle Knights 36-20; Rd 16: lost 22-16 to Wentworthville Magpies; Rd 17: beat South Sydney 30-22, Rd 18 lost 28-24 to North Sydney Bears, Rd 19 bye, Rd 20: beat Newtown Jets 26-24, Rd 21 beat Western Suburbs Magpies 30-20, Rd 22 lost 46-28 to Wentworthville Magpies, Rd 23 lost 30-26 to Mounties.


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Manly Warringah Sea Eagles respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.

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