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VODAFONE WARRIORS WRAP

NRL

At ANZ Stadium, Sydney

Parramatta Eels 14 (Clint Gutherson, Manu Ma’u tries; Mitchell Moses 2 conversions, penalty).

Vodafone Warriors 24 (David Fusitu’a, Peta Hiku, Jazz Tevaga, Issac Luke tries; Mason Lino 3 conversions, penalty).

Halftime:  12-2 Vodafone Warriors.

Referees: Gavin Reynolds and Phil Henderson.

Crowd: 9467.

Vodafone Warriors | Peta Hiku; David Fusitu’a, Gerard Beale, Solomone Kata, Ken Maumalo; Blake Green (c), Mason Lino; James Gavet, Issac Luke, Agnatius Paasi; Isaiah Papali’i, Tohu Harris; Adam Blair. Interchange: Bunty Afoa, Jazz Tevaga, Chris Satae, Simon Mannering.

INTRUST SUPER PREMIERSHIP

Henson Park, Sydney

St George Illawarra Dragons 16 (Steven Marsters, Jai Field, Jordan Pereira tries; Darren Nocholls 2 conversions).

Vodafone Warriors 29 (Sam Cook 2, Ligi Sao, Pat Sipley, Chanel Harris-Tavita, Lewis Soosemea tries; Chanel Harris-Tavita 2 conversions, penalty).

Halftime: 14-6 Vodafone Warriors.

Referees: Darian Furner and Josh McGowan.

Vodafone Warriors | Hayze Perham; Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad, Blake Ayshford, King Vuniyayawa, Lewis Soosemea; Chanel Harris-Tavita, Sam Cook; Ligi Sao, Karl Lawton, Albert Vete; Matiu Love-Henry, Joe Vuna; James Bell (c). Interchange: Manaia Cherrington, Sione Afemui, Pat Sipley, Chris Satae.

JERSEY FLEGG CUP

At Belmore Sports Ground, Sydney

St George Illawarra Dragons 14 (Jiye Ellis 2, Cooper Purcell tries; Jackson Willis conversion).

Vodafone Junior Warriors 10 (Paul Turner, Patrick Elia tries; Eiden Ackland conversion).

Halftime: 10-0 Dragons.

Referee: Cameron Turner.

Vodafone Junior Warriors | Kayal Iro; Patrick Elia, Tom Ale, Carlos Henry, Elijah Sufia; Eiden Ackland; Paul Turner; Soane Hufanga (c), Lewis Sio, Wesley Veikoso; Tyler Slade (c), Havi Tupouniua; Preston Riki. Interchange: Sheldon Rogers, Sione Tuipulotu, Lotu Inisi, Harley Maynard.

 

RESULTS WRAP

 

NRL

Round 11: Penrith 16, Wests Tigers 2; Parramatta 14, Vodafone Warriors 24; Brisbane 28, Sydney Roosters 22; Gold Coast 33, Newcastle 26; North Queensland 19, South Sydney 20; Melbourne 4, Manly-Warringah 24; St George Illawarra 25, Canberra 18; Cronulla 22, Canterbury-Bankstown 16.

POINTS TABLE

 

INTRUST SUPER PREMIERSHIP

Round 11:  Mounties 34, Wentworthville 24; St George Illawarra 16, Vodafone Warriors 29; Newtown 24, Wyong 26; Western Suburbs 18, Penrith 10; Canterbury-Bankstown 22, Newcastle 12; North Sydney 24, Blacktown Workers 42

POINTS TABLE

 

JERSEY FLEGG CUP

Round 11: North Sydney 24, Manly-Warringah 30; Cronulla 22, Sydney Roosters 22; Wests Tigers 6, Penrith 32; St George Illawarra 14, Vodafone Junior Warriors 10; Mounties 24, Parramatta 32; Canterbury-Bankstown 16, Newcastle 18.

POINTS TABLE

 

INTRUST SUPER CUP

Round 11: Burleigh 26, Easts 18; Ipswich 32, Norths 25; PNG Hunters 18, Central Queensland 10; Sunshine Coast 4, Redcliffe 26; Townsville 26, Wynnum Manly 16; Tweed Heads 28, Northern Pride 22; Souths Logan 42, Mackay 30.

POINTS TABLE

 

ENGLAND

Super League

Round 15: Castleford 38, Leeds 10; Wigan 38, Warrington 10; Widnes 18, St Helens 38; Hull Kingston Rovers 22, Hull FC 34; Wakefield 22, Huddersfield 25; Salford 12, Les Catalans 26. ull

POINTS TABLE

 

NORTHLAND

Round 7: Otangarei 22, Takahiwai 24; Moerewa 62, Portland 0; Northern Wairoa 28, Horahora 28.

POINTS TABLE

 

AUCKLAND

SAS Fox Memorial Premiership

Round 7: Otahuhu 8, Glenora 26; Northcote 42, Howick 14; Mount Albert 30, Mangere East 12; Richmond 34, Papakura 20; Point Chevalier 20, Marist 19.

POINTS TABLE

Sharman Cup

Round 5: Pakuranga 20, Franklin 36; Ellerslie 46, Hibiscus Coast 18; Northern 24, Te Atatu 16; Papatoetoe 12, Otara 56; Manurewa 14, Bay Roskill 28; Manukau 18, Waitemata 34; Ponsonby 36, Mount Wellington 12. Bye: New Lynn.

POINTS TABLE

SAS College Rugby League

Premier

Round 2: Wesley College 22, Papatoetoe High School 4; Southern Cross Campus 42, Aorere College 0; Avondale High School 28, Pakuranga College 12; St Paul’s College 24, Otahuhu College 10; Manurewa High School 6, Mount Albert Grammar 4; Westlake Boys’ High School, Kelston Boys’ High School (postponed).

Round 3: Kelston Boys’ High School 24, Avondale College 16; Otahuhu College 10, Pakuranga College 6; St Paul’s College 14, Mount Albert Grammar School 12; Wesley College 12, Manurewa High School 10; Southern Cross Campus 28, Westlake Boys’ High School 0; Papatoetoe High School 24, Aorere College 10.

Under-15 | Round 2: Westlake Boys’ High School 20, James Cook High School 20; Onehunga High School 28, Auckland Seventh-Day Adventist High School 28; Southern Cross High School 46, Papakura High School 28; St Paul’s College 52, Manurewa High School 8. Bye: Sir Edmund Hillary Collegiate.

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Round 5: Manurewa 122, Mount Wellington 6; Ponsonby 46, Mangere East 22; Papakura 16, Te Atatu 18; Otahuhu 32, Mount Albert 12, Manukau 0, Richmond 10.

POINTS TABLE

 

WAIKATO

Round 6: Hamilton City 26, Taniwharau 16; Ngaruawahia 16, Turangawaewae 14. Bye: College Old Boys.    

 

BAY OF PLENTY:

Round 7: Ngongotaha 38, Otumoetai 34; Pikiao 12, Papamoa 24; Mangakino 24, Taupo 18. Bye: Pacific.

 

TARANAKI

Round 8: Linton 48, Hawera 24; Whanganui beat Bell Block-Marist by default.

 

WELLINGTON

Round 7: Victoria 36, Petone 24; Randwick 34, Te Aroha 38; Whiti Te Ra 32, Porirua 22; Wainuiomata 44, St George 18.

POINTS TABLE

 

CANTERBURY

Round 6: Celebration 40, Riccarton 22; Northern 28, Papanui 18; Hornby 20, Aranui 18; Linwood 34, Halswell 24.

POINTS TABLE

 

OTAGO-SOUTHLAND

Round 2: Cowboys 46, Dunedin 14; Kia Toa 44, He Tauaa 18; University 50, Winton 22; Cooks v South Pacific postponed.

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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