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At Cbus Super Stadium, Robina

Gold Coast Titans 36 (Phillip Sami 2, Konrad Hurrell, Anthony Don, Brenko Lee, Alex Brimson tries; Michael Gordon 5 conversions, penalty).

Vodafone Warriors 12 (Shaun Johnson, Karl Lawson tries; Shaun Johnson 2 conversions).

Halftime: 12-8 Vodafone Warriors.

Referees: Gerard Sutton and Phil Henderson.

Crowd: 15,149.

Vodafone Warriors | Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (c); David Fusitu’a, Gerard Beale, Solomone Kata, Ken Maumalo; Blake Green, Shaun Johnson; James Gavet, Jazz Tevaga, Agnatius Paasi; Isaiah Papali’i, Joseph Vuna; Simon Mannering. Interchange: Sam Lisone, Bunty Afoa, Karl Lawton, Leivaha Pulu.

 

STATS

 

Team:

Penalties | 4-7

Completions | 21/31 (68%); 29/39 (74%)

Possession | 45%-55%

Total runs | 156-178

Total metres | 1318-1805

Kicks | 14-15

Kicking metres | 395-362

Errors | 12-12

Line breaks | 2-8

Line break assists | 0-5

Tackles | 354-291

Missed tackles |28-27 

Ineffective tackles | 15-14

Off loads | 10-9

 

Individual:

Most metres | Roger Tuivasa-Sheck 160, Ken Maumalo 150, James Gavet 105, Agnatius Paasi 102

Post -contact metres | Ken Maumalo 69, Roger Tuivasa-Sheck 50, Agnatius Paasi 49

Most runs | Roger Tuivasa-Sheck 17, Ken Maumalo 15, Isaiah Papali’i 12, David Fusitu’a 11, Blake Green 11, Shaun Johnson 11, James Gavet 11, Joseph Vuna 11, Sam Lisone 11

Most tackle breaks | Leivaha Pulu 4, Karl Lawton 4, Shaun Johnson 3, Agnatius Paasi 3

Most tackles | Jazz Tevaga 45, Isaiah Papali’i 38, Joseph Vuna 37, Simon Mannering 30, Agnatius Paasi 26, Solomone Kata 25, Blake Green 23, Sam Lisone 21, Leivaha Pulu 21

Most off loads | Jazz Tevaga 2, Isaiah Papali’i 2

Most supports | Jazz Tevaga 17, Roger Tuivasa-Sheck 15, Shaun Johnson 14, Blake Green 13

Most decoys | Jazz Tevaga 6, Agnatius Paasi 6, Jospeh Vuna 6

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