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Storming Melbourne for second straight SG Ball win

The One New Zealand Warriors scored 10 tries to overwhelm the Storm 56-18 in their third-round SG Ball Cup encounter in Melbourne today.

Standoff Sefanaia Cowley-Lupo, hooker Etuate Fukofuka and winger Sio Kali all scored doubles to help their side to a second successive win.

After having their second-round match postponed last week, the One New Zealand Warriors scored five tries in the opening 30 minutes to lead 28-0 at halftime.

Match details
Comely Banks Recreation Reserve, Victoria

Melbourne Storm 18 (Matthew Logopati, Suliasi Prescott, Dickie Terepo tries; Bishop Walker 2, Matthew Hill conversions).
One New Zealand Warriors 56 (Etuate Fukofuka 2, Sio Kali 2, Sefanaia Cowley-Lupo 2, Jacob Laban, Selumiela Halasima, Eddie Ieremia, Kayliss Fatialofa tries; Etuate Fukofuka 4, Sefanaia Cowley-Lupo 3, Sialetili Faeamani conversions; ).
Halftime: 28-0 One New Zealand Warriors.

One New Zealand Warriors | Ratu Naborisi; Raphael Sio, Patrick Moimoi, Siale Faeamani, Sio Kali; William Piliu, Sefanaia Cowley-Lupo; Tanner Stowers-Smith (c), Etuate Fukofuka, Harry Durbin; Kayliss Fatialofa, Jacob Laban; Leka Halasima Tuakalu-Tavalu. Interchange: Eddie Ieremia, Jeriko Filipi-Talisau, Ben Peni, Presley Seumanu Tigafua.


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