NRL 2018

Round 1

Results

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View  St George Illawarra 34 (E. Aitken, J. De Belin, T. Frizell, B. Hunt, J. Nightingale tries; G. Widdop 7 goals) defeated Brisbane 12 (J. Roberts 2 tries; J. Kahu 2 goals) at Jubilee Stadium.
Date: Thu, 8th March.   Kickoff: 8:05 PM.   Halftime: St George Illawarra 10-2.   Referees: Matt Cecchin, Alan Shortall.   Crowd: 14,457.
View  Newcastle 19 (L. Fitzgibbon, S. Griffin, K. Ponga tries; K. Ponga 3 goals; M. Pearce field goal) defeated Manly 18 (B. Kelly, S. Lane, J. Taufua tries; D. Cherry-Evans 3 goals) at McDonald Jones Stadium.
Date: Fri, 9th March.   Kickoff: 6:00 PM.   Halftime: 12-all.   Referees: Adam Gee, Gavin Reynolds.   Crowd: 23,516.
View  North Queensland 20 (G. Cooper, K. Feldt, C. Hess, J. O'Neill tries; J. Thurston 2 goals) defeated Cronulla 14 (J. Dugan, J. Segeyaro tries; C. Townsend 3 goals) at 1300SMILES Stadium.
Date: Fri, 9th March.   Kickoff: 7:05 PM.   Halftime: North Queensland 14-8.   Referees: Gerard Sutton, Chris Butler.   Crowd: 15,900.
View  Warriors 32 (D. Fusitu'a 2, S. Kata, S. Lisone, K. Maumalo, I. Papalii tries; S. Johnson 4 goals) defeated South Sydney 20 (R. Kennar 2, C. Walker 2 tries; A. Reynolds 2 goals) at Optus Stadium.
Date: Sat, 10th March.   Kickoff: 4:00 PM.   Halftime: Warriors 20-10.   Referees: Grant Atkins, Jon Stone.   Crowd: 38,824.
View  Wests Tigers 10 (C. Thompson try; T. Lolohea 3 goals) defeated Sydney 8 (B. Ferguson try; L. Mitchell 2 goals) at ANZ Stadium.
Date: Sat, 10th March.   Kickoff: 4:30 PM.   Halftime: Wests Tigers 2-0.   Referees: Gavin Badger, Peter Gough.   Crowd: 18,243.
View  Penrith 24 (W. Blake 2, V. Kikau tries; N. Cleary 6 goals) defeated Parramatta 14 (J. Hoffman 2, C. Norman tries; M. Moses goal) at Panthers Stadium.
Date: Sun, 11th March.   Kickoff: 4:10 PM.   Halftime: Parramatta 14-6.   Referees: Ashley Klein, Matt Noyen.   Crowd: 21,506.