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Win and a loss for Warriors

A win for the men and a loss for the women leaves the Warriors with identical records of two wins and two losses after their NRL Touch Premiership encounters with Parramatta at Mount Smart Stadium today.

The men were first off today in a terrific contest which ebbed and flowed.

After two early touchdowns by the Warriors the first half ended all even at 3-3.

Late in the second half it was tied up at 6-6 before the home side crossed twice to take it out for a superb 8-6 win and a 2-2 record after four matches.

The women were sitting well up the table with a 2-1 record in their first three outings but they ran into the Eels who have been dominating the competition. It was no different today as they cruised to a 9-2 victory.

The Warriors' last two game days are against the Broncos at Suncorp Stadium on July 13


Warriors 8 (Andrew Bergin 2, Tiaan McIntyre 2, Maurice Stone, Mita Graham, Shaquille Stone, Ifor Jones touchdowns).

Parramatta Eels 6 (Jordan Horo 2, Ciarin Toner, Caidyn Wynyard, Mark Roberts touchdowns).

Halftime: 3-3.

Warriors | Josh Quinn, Mita Graham (c), Matthew Sinclair, Maurice Stone, Sean Law, Shaquille Stone, Tiwi Davies, Andrew Bergin, Pokaiaua Kurukaanga, Kristopher Middleton, Tiaan McIntyre, Carlos Savage, Ifor Jones.


Warriors 2 (Princess Elliott, Tay-a Antonievic touchdowns).

Parramatta Eels 9 (Elesha Te Paa 3, Samantha Rodgers 2, Daniella Davis, Lucy McDonald, Stephanie Maiolo, Hannah Dyball touchdowns).

Halftime: 5-1 Eels.

Warriors | Princess Elliott, Victoria Pone, Nicole Drummond, Dayna Turnbuul, Jessica Mahar, Isla Norman-Bell, Ariia Tainui-McIntyre, Codie Taute, Savarna Asafo-Tavita, Charlotte Davis (c), Janelle Cavanagh, Tay-a Antonievic, Hayley Lee.



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