Blacktown Workers are keen to keep the momentum rolling.

By Wayne Cousins

Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles will be looking to build on last week’s impressive win over Newcastle when the team returns home this Sunday in round 15 of The Knock-On Effect NSW Cup.

The Sea Eagles go into the match against St George-Illawarra Dragons at HE Laybutt Field, Blacktown, on the back of a strong 36-16 win over the Knights in Newcastle.

Four first-half tries to the Sea Eagles saw them take a 24-6 lead into the break with the Knights scoring their lone try right on half-time.

Five-eighth Jamie Humphreys crossed for two tries, kicked six goals, and made two line breaks in the big round 14 win.

Hooker Jake Simpkin made 40 tackles in the game with his performance seeing him added to an extended NRL bench for this week.

Exciting full-back Clayton Faulalo recorded 231 run metres from 21 runs.

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Rising young SG Ball half Tylor Bunting has kept his spot in the team to play the Dragons after making a fine NSW Cup debut against the Knights.

Blacktown Workers have won three of their past five games under Coach Wayne Lambkin to sit eighth on 14 points.

The Dragons sit seventh on 16 points and go into the game on the back of an 18-14 loss to Parramatta last Friday night.

St George-Illawarra have won four of their past five games.

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