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Rd 24 Blacktown Workers team vs Canberra

Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles tackle Canberra Raiders on Saturday, August 27, in round 24 of the NSW Cup competition.

The match kicks off at GIO Stadium at 11am and is the first game of a triple header.

The Raiders sit in sixth place, one point outside the top five, heading into the final round of the regular season.

Blacktown Workers sit on the bottom of the ladder and head into the game on the back of a 50-8 loss to Newtown Jets last Saturday.

Blacktown Workers 

1 Jake Toby

2 Alfred Smalley

3 Lorenzo Maulito

4 Adam Fearnley

5 Bailey King

6 Adam Rizk

7 Ben Stevanovic

8 Bruce Ward

9 Tyran Ott

10 Rob Mafi

11 Pone Tongia

12 Luke Hodge

13 James Segeyaro


14 Joey Tramontana

15 Lewis Afeaki

16 Jordan Main

17 Kenny Soumpholphakdy

18 Masi Fidow 

Season Results

Rd 1 lost 24-4 to Penrith, Panthers Stadium

Rd 2 bye

Rd 3 lost 30-0 to Canterbury-Bankstown, HE Laybutt Field

Rd 4: lost 26-18 to Canberra, HE Laybutt Field

Rd 5: beat Newcastle Knights 24-14, Newcastle No 2 Sports Ground 

Rd 6: lost 42-4 to St George-Illawarra Dragons, WIN Stadium, Wollongong

Rd 7: lost 34-16 to Newtown Jets, Henson Park

Rd 8: lost 26-12 to South Sydney, Redfern Oval

Rd 9: lost 30-26 to Western Suburbs Magpies, 4 Pines Park

Rd 10: lost 56-18 to North Sydney Bears, North Sydney Oval

Rd 11: lost 26-6 to Parramatta Eels, CommBank Stadium

Rd 12: lost 40-10 to Mounties, Aubrey Keech Reserve

Rd 13: beat North Sydney Bears 22-16, 4 Pines Park

Rd 14: lost 40-30 to Wests Magpies, Campbelltown Sports Stadium

Rd 15: lost 38-12 to South Sydney Rabbitohs, HE Laybutt Field

Rd 16: lost 20-10 to Mounties, HE Laybutt Field

Rd 17: lost 34-16 to St George-Illawarra Dragons, 4 Pines Park

Rd 18: lost 32-12 to Newcastle Knights, 4 Pines Park.

Rd 19: lost 48-6 to Penrith, HE Laybutt Field

Rd 20: Bye

Rd 21: lost 30-12 to Parramatta Eels, HE Laybutt Field

Rd 22: lost 38-12 to Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs, Belmore Sports Ground

Rd 23: lost 50-8 to Newtown Jets, 4 Pines Park


Acknowledgement of Country

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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