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At Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland

Vodafone Warriors 26 (Karl Lawton 2, David Fusitu’a, Ken Maumalo, Shaun Johnson tries; Shaun Johnson 2 conversions, penalty).

Wests Tigers 4 (Mahe Fonua try).

Halftime: 12-4 Vodafone Warriors.

Referees: Ben Cummins and Grant Atkins.

Crowd: 16,727.

Vodafone Warriors | Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (c); David Fusitu’a, Peta Hiku, Solomone Kata, Ken Maumalo; Blake Green, Shaun Johnson; Bunty Afoa, Issac Luke, Agnatius Paasi; Isaiah Papali’i, Tohu Harris; Adam Blair. Interchange: Simon Mannering, Karl Lawton, Sam Lisone, James Gavet.

  

STATS

 

Team:

Penalties | 11-11

Completions | 37/45 (82%); 22/35 (63%)

Possession | 57%-43%

Total metres | 1851-1216

Kicks | 17-11

Kicking metres | 503-251

Errors | 7-16

Line breaks | 9-2

Line break assists | 6-1

Tackles | 270-388

Missed tackles |33-45  

Ineffective tackles | 24-25

Off loads | 17-13

 

Individual:

Most metres | Ken Maumalo 190, Agnatius Paasi 171, Roger Tuivasa-Sheck 163, Bunty Afoa 158, David Fusitu’a 133, Peta Hiku 129, Tohu Harris 123, Shaun Johnson 113, Isaiah Papali’Ii 110, Simon Mannering 103

Most post-contact metres | Ken Maumalo 71, Bunty Afoa 57, Agnatius Paasi 56, Simon Mannering 48, Tohu Harris 47, Isaiah Papali’i 45, Peta Hiku 44

Most runs | Agnatius Paasi 19, Ken Maumalo 18, Roger Tuivasa-Sheck 17, Tohu Harris 16, Peta Hiku 13, Bunty Afoa 12, Isaiah Papali’i 12, Simon Mannering 12

Most tackle breaks | Roger Tuivasa-Sheck 10, Karl Lawton 9, Ken Maumalo 6, Shaun Johnson 5

Most tackles | Simon Mannering 34, Isaiah Papali’i 30, Tohu Harris 28, Adam Blair 23, Sam Lisone 21, Issac Luke 21, Bunty Afoa 20

Most off loads | Agnatius Paasi 4, Peta Hiku 3

Most supports | Roger Tuivasa-Sheck 22, Blake Green 21, Isaiah Papali’Ii 17, Tohu Harris 16, Simon Mannering 15, Shaun Johnson 15

Most decoys | Sam Lisone 7, Adam Blair 6

Acknowledgement of Country

The New Zealand Warriors honour the mana of the Indigenous peoples of Aotearoa, Australia and the Pacific. We acknowledge the traditional kaitiaki of the lands, elders past and present, their stories, their traditions, their mamae and their mana motuhake.

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