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Round 13 - Sunday 9th June @ 04:00pm
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L: 14
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Round 13 - Sunday 9th June @ 04:00pm
WARRIORS vs. SEA EAGLES
Mt Smart Stadium
16
L: 4
H-T: 8
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A late video referee decision denies the Warriors. Two tackles later and it's FULLTIME. The Warriors have triumphed and now have won three straight after their flogging at the hands of the Panthers in mid-May.

New Zealand Warriors 18-16

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Manly error as they push their way down the near touchline.

New Zealand Warriors 18-16

75

TRY MANLY-WARRINGAH SEA EAGLES
Scored by Steve Matai. Conversion attempt by Jamie Lyon unsuccessful.
Steve Matai scores out wide for the Sea Eagles! Game on! Lyon's conversion is almost embarrassing and sends Mt Smart into raptures. Manly trail by two.

New Zealand Warriors 18-16

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Manly denied a try by the video referee, David Williams knocks on in goal trying to score.

New Zealand Warriors 18-12

69

TRY NEW ZEALAND WARRIORS
Scored by Konrad Hurrell. Conversion attempt by Shaun Johnson successful.

Hurrell picks up a lazy pass out wide and beats three players including Anthony Watmough to score for the Warriors! Johnson converts for a six point lead.

New Zealand Warriors 18-12

66

Pressure continuing to mount from the Warriors, Manly defending stoically. Hiku trapped in-goal, another dropout.

12 all

63

Manly concede a penalty inside their own half but the Warriors elect to play on instead of going for goal. Warriors force a dropout.

12 all

60

Manly spill it inside their own half again. Warriors then drop it a moment later. Messy game at the moment.

12 all

54

Warriors penalty brings them right inside Manly's danger zone...

12 all

50

Clumsy stuff from the Warriors halfback there, Shaun Johnson rushing a play the ball and dropping it. Manly ball near halfway.

12 all

45

Good defensive pressure from the Warriors sees Manly pass it straight over the touchline.

12 all

44

Manly force the dropout, good play from the visitors

12 all

41

Play restarts at Mt Smart, Manly with it first.

12 all

39

It's HALFTIME at Mt Smart, Warriors and Manly locked at 12-all.

12 all

39

Manly grubber it through on the last... and then Horo somehow knocks it dead instead of grounding it. Warriors 20m restart.

12 all

37

Steve Matai hit high, penalty Manly. Simon Mannering the offender.

12 all

32

TRY NEW ZEALAND WARRIORS
Scored by Glen Fisiiahi. Conversion attempt by Shaun Johnson successful.

Feleti Mateo delivers a perfect pass to fool the Manly defenders and Glen Fisiiahi is the beneficiary of a great play. Johnson levels the scores with the conversion.

12 all

26

Momentum completely with the Warriors now, they have a penalty just 20m from Manly's line.

Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 12-6

23

TRY NEW ZEALAND WARRIORS
Scored by Elijah Taylor. Conversion attempt by Shaun Johnson successful.

Warriors with back to back penalties... and then Elijah Taylor steps past several defenders and buries the ball into the turf near the post. Johnson converts.

Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 12-6

19

TRY MANLY-WARRINGAH SEA EAGLES
Scored by Peta Hiku. Conversion attempt by Jamie Lyon successful.

Peta Hiku has been awarded the try despite a Warriors player being contacted by a decoy runner on the sliding play. Lyon converts.

Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 12-0

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VIDEO REFEREE - Peta Hiku in for Manly, but a question over obstruction. Who knows... roll the dice and.........

Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 6-0

14

Manly force a drop out, Fisiiahi made to push a grubber dead.

Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 6-0

13

Manly getting it easy at the moment, poor discipline Warriors, another penalty. Sea Eagles with it inside the NZ half.

Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 6-0

10

TRY MANLY-WARRINGAH SEA EAGLES
Scored by Justin Horo. Conversion attempt by Jamie Lyon successful.

The Warriors fail to number up and Justin Horo finds the whole, strolling over almost untouched. Lyon adds the extras with no trouble.

Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 6-0

8

Manly get the penalty this time and they'll push at the Warriors line.

0 all

4

Manly get a repeat set but it doesn't amount to a whole lot, Warriors now with the ball coming out of their own end.

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2

Great start for the Warriors, a penalty after 14 seconds and they go on the attack. A last tackle bomb to the wing of Vatuvei is tapped back to Nielsen... he goes for the line but then passes it forward as Vatuvei grounds it. Manly handover.

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We are UNDERWAY at Mt Smart, Warriors have it first.

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TEAM CHANGES
Warriors: Kevin Locke (hip flexor) and Russell Packer (sternum) are OUT for the hosts. Glen Fisiiahi moves from the wing to fullback, with #18 Ngani Laumape replacing "the Fish" on the wing. Packer is replaced by #21 Suaia Matagi who will start at prop.
Sea Eagles: The visitors are 1-17 as per the program, David Gower dropping off the five man bench. This means Anthony Watmough will successfully back up from his NSW Origin duties on Wednesday.

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Warriors: 2. Glen Fisiiahi 18. Ngani Laumape 3. Dane Nielsen 4. Konrad Hurrell 5. Manu Vatuvei 6. Thomas Leuluai 7. Shaun Johnson 8. Sam Rapira 9. Nathan Friend 21. Suaia Matagi 11. Feleti Mateo 12. Simon Mannering (C) 13. Elijah Taylor
Interchange: 14. Ben Matulino 15. Jacob Lillyman 16. Sebastine Ikahihifo 17. Dominique Peyroux

Sea Eagles: 1. Peta Hiku 2. Jorge Taufua 3. Jamie Lyon (c) 4. Steve Matai 5. David Williams 6. Kieran Foran 7. Daly Cherry-Evans 8. Brenton Lawrence 9. Matt Ballin 10. Brent Kite 11. Anthony Watmough 12. Justin Horo 13. Glenn Stewart
Interchange: 14. Tom Symonds 15. James Hasson 16. Jamie Buhrer 17. George Rose

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Referees: Ben Cummins, Brett Suttor

Touch Judges: Ricky MacFarlane, Shane Rehm

Video Referee: Chris Ward, Justin Morgan

NEW ZEALAND WARRIORS (18)
Tries: Elijah Taylor, Glen Fisiiahi, Konrad Hurrell
Field Goals:
Conversions: Shaun Johnson (3/3)
Penalty Goals:

MANLY-WARRINGAH SEA EAGLES (16)
Tries: Justin Horo, Peta Hiku, Steve Matai
Field Goals:
Conversions: Jamie Lyon (2/3)
Penalty Goals:



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