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At Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland
Vodafone Warriors 20 (Solomone Kata, David Fusitu'a, Peta Hiku tries; Shaun Johnson conversion, 3 penalties).
Canberra Raiders 16 (Josh Papalii, Elliott Whitehead tries; Sam Williams 2 conversions, 2 penalties).
Halftime: 8-8.
Referees: Matt Cecchin and Phil Henderson.
Crowd: 24,595.

Vodafone Warriors | Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (c); David Fusitu'a, Peta Hiku, Solomone Kata, Ken Maumalo; Mason Lino, Shaun Johnson; Bunty Afoa, Issac Luke, Agnatius Paasi; Tohu Harris, Adam Blair; Simon Mannering. Interchange: Jazz Tevaga, Isaiah Papali'i, Leivaha Pulu, Chris Satae.

 

STATS

Team:
Penalties | 10-6
Completions | 26/35 (74%); 23/32 (72%)
Possession | 48%-52%
Total runs | 148-122
Total metres | 1556-1194
Kicks | 15-18
Kicking metres | 487-538
Errors | 9-9
Line breaks | 3-2
Line break assists | 3-1
Tackles | 312-303
Missed tackles | 10-29
Ineffective tackles | 1-10
Off loads | 7-1

Individual:
Most metres | Agnatius Paasi 177, Tohu Harris 147, Roger Tuivasa-Sheck 145, Ken Maumalo 137, Jazz Tevaga 136, Peta Hiku 128, David Fusitu'a 104, Solomone Kata 103
Most post-contact metres | Agnatius Paasi 76, Jazz Tevaga 64, Tohu Harris 60, Ken Maumalo 59, Peta Hiku 50
Most runs | Tohu Harris 15, Agnatius Paasi 13, Peta Hiku 13, Ken Maumalo 13, Jazz Tevaga 13, Roger Tuivasa-Sheck 11, David Fusitu'a 10
Most tackle breaks | Peta Hiku 7, Solomone Kata 3, Shaun Johnson 3, Tohu Harris 3, Jazz Tevaga 3
Off loads | Jazz Tevaga 2
Kicking metres | Shaun Johnson 220, Issac Luke 164, Mason Lino 103
Most tackles | Tohu Harris 36, Issac Luke 32, Jazz Tevaga 31, Adam Blair 29, Agnatius Paasi 28, Mason Lino 24, Bunty Afoa 24,
Most supports | Shaun Johnson 13, Agnatius Paasi 11, Roger Tuivasa-Sheck 6
Most decoys | Adam Blair 12, Tohu Harris 6, Simon Mannering 6

 

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