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Men's team in top four mix

The Warriors are right in the finals mix in the men's NRL Touch Premiership.

They moved into the top four after beating Brisbane 8-7, a result that leaves them on six points with a 3-2 win-loss record ahead of their last outing in the regular competition against Newcastle on Friday night (July 26).

The Knights are also on six points after three wins but they still have two matches to play, first against the Warriors this coming week and then the Wests Tigers the following week.

The women went down 4-6 to Brisbane – their second straight loss – leaving them with a 2-3 win-loss output.



Warriors 8 (Joshua Quinn 2, Tiaan McIntyre 2, Mita Graham, Shaquille Stone, Pokaiaua Kurukaanga, Tiwi Davies touchdowns).

Brisbane Broncos 7 (Thomas Quinlivan 2, Mitchell Derossi 2, James Courtney, Samuel Caromody, Sean Hooper touchdowns).

Halftime: 5-4 Warriors.

Warriors | Josh Quinn, Mita Graham (c), Matthew Sinclair, Maurice Stone, Sean Law, Shaquille Stone, Pokaiaua Kurukaanga, Finlay Barnett, Tiaan McIntyre, Carlos Savage, Te Awa Morris, Ifor Jones, Tiwi Davies.



Warriors 4 (Ariia Tainui-McIntyre 2, Hayley Lee, Ashlynn Waaka-Iraia touchdowns).

Brisbane Broncos 6 (Kaitlin Shave 2, Hayley Maddick 2, Katee Maller, Rachel Walsh touchdowns).

Halftime: 4-2 Broncos.

Warriors | Nicole Drummond, Dayna Turnbull, Jessica Mahar, Ariia Tainui-McIntyre, Codie Taute, Savarna Asafo-Tavita, Charlotte Davis (c), Jaymie Kolose, Janelle Cavanagh,Tay-a Antonievic, Waaka-Iraia, Hayley Lee.


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