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Sunday afternoons have been locked in for each of the Vodafone Warriors' last seven matches of the NRL's regular season, four of them at Mount Smart Stadium. Image |

Sunday football will dominate the Vodafone Warriors’ schedule for the rest of the regular season.

The NRL today confirmed dates and kick-off times for the last six rounds of the campaign revealing Sunday fixtures for each of the Vodafone Warriors’ matches from round 21-26.

In fact, a Sunday theme applies for the last seven rounds of the season with the club’s 20th-round clash against the Manly Sea Eagles previously fixed for Sunday, July 27 at Mount Smart Stadium.

The only exceptions to the Sunday rule in the last nine rounds will be the Vodafone Warriors’ next two matches which are both on Saturdays.

They’ll meet the Parramatta Eels at Mount Smart Stadium next Saturday (July 12) followed by Brisbane at Suncorp Stadium on July 19. Both matches kick off at 7.30pm local time.

The only variety in the last seven games will be the kick-off times.

The Sunday home games against Manly (July 27), Cronulla (August 10) and Gold Coast (August 31) kick off at 4.00pm local time. The remaining Mount Smart Stadium fixture against 2013 NRL champions the Sydney Roosters (August 24) has a 2.00pm start time.

The away games against Canberra (August 3) and Newcastle (August 17) kick off at 2.00pm local time while the final regular season match against Penrith has been scheduled for a 6.30pm start.



Rd 18        Sat, July 12 v Parramatta Eels, Mt Smart Stadium, 7.30pm

Rd 19        Sat, July 19 v Brisbane Broncos, Suncorp Stadium, 7.30pm

Rd 20        Sun, July 27 v Manly Sea Eagles, Mt Smart Stadium, 4.00pm

Rd 21        Sun, August 3 v Canberra Raiders, GIO Stadium, 2.00pm

Rd 22        Sun, August 10 v Cronulla Sharks, Mt Smart Stadium, 4.00pm

Rd 23        Sun, August 17 v Newcastle Knights, Hunter Stadium, 2.00pm

Rd 24        Sun, August 24 v Sydney Roosters, Mt Smart Stadium, 2.00pm

Rd 25        Sun, August 31 v Gold Coast Titans, Mt Smart Stadium, 4.00pm

Rd 26        Sun, September 7 v Penrith Panthers, Sportingbet Stadium, 6.30pm

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