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Canterbury will remain unbeaten as they down the New Zealand Warriors 32-18 in front of 17,067 at Mt. Smart Stadium, Auckland. It was a great game of Rugby League and both teams will not leave wondering. Once again, however, the home side will need to address their early match performance as they gave up 16 point to the Bulldogs.
The Warriors gave up another early lead as the Bulldogs cruised to a 16-0 lead halfway through the first half. Ben Barba went close in the second minute before scoring in the 5th minute with some brilliant Rugby League. A rushing Warriors defender came out of the line as Hodkinson squeezed his way through the Warriors defence sprinting down the field, kicking for the corner as Steve Turner scored the