NRL 2019

Round 18

Results

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View  Brisbane 28 (C. Oates 2, K. Staggs 2, J. Isaako tries; K. Staggs 3, A. McCullough goals) defeated Canterbury 6 (B. Wakeham try; N. Meaney goal) at Suncorp Stadium.
Date: Thu, 18th July.   Kickoff: 7:50 PM.   Halftime: Brisbane 10-6.   Referees: Ben Cummins, Belinda Sharpe.   Crowd: 20,818.
View  Warriors 19 (B. Green, K. Nikorima tries; I. Luke 3, C. Harris-Tavita 2 goals; B. Green field goal) defeated Cronulla 18 (S. Feki, B. Nikora, C. Townsend tries; S. Johnson 3 goals) at Westpac Stadium.
Date: Fri, 19th July.   Kickoff: 6:00 PM.   Halftime: Cronulla 12-8.   Referees: Henry Perenara, Phil Henderson.   Crowd: 14,295.
View  Penrith 40 (B. Naden 2, B. To'o 2, R. Campbell-Gillard, N. Cleary, M. Leota tries; N. Cleary 6 goals) defeated St George Illawarra 18 (J. Kerr, M. Ravalawa, P. Vaughan tries; C. Norman 3 goals) at Panthers Stadium.
Date: Fri, 19th July.   Kickoff: 7:55 PM.   Halftime: Penrith 16-12.   Referees: Grant Atkins, Jon Stone.   Crowd: 13,610.
View  Canberra 20 (D. Lui, C. Nicoll-Klokstad, J. Rapana tries; J. Croker 4 goals) defeated Wests Tigers 12 (J. Aloiai, D. Nofoaluma tries; M. Mbye 2 goals) at GIO Stadium.
Date: Sat, 20th July.   Kickoff: 5:30 PM.   Halftime: Canberra 20-6.   Referees: Adam Gee, Chris Butler.   Crowd: 15,656.
View  South Sydney 30 (E. Lowe 2, D. Gagai, C. Murray, T. Tatola tries; A. Reynolds 5 goals) defeated North Queensland 18 (S. Drinkwater, K. Feldt, T. Opacic tries; J. Clifford 3 goals) at 1300SMILES Stadium.
Date: Sat, 20th July.   Kickoff: 7:35 PM.   Halftime: South Sydney 12-10.   Referees: Chris Sutton, Matt Noyen.   Crowd: 16,638.
View  Melbourne 38 (S. Vunivalu 2, S. Earl, J. Olam, R. Papenhuyzen, C. Smith, J. Stimson tries; C. Smith 5 goals) defeated Gold Coast 18 (B. Cartwright, B. Lee, J. Wallace tries; T. Roberts 3 goals) at CBUS Super Stadium.
Date: Sun, 21st July.   Kickoff: 2:00 PM.   Halftime: Melbourne 22-18.   Referees: Peter Gough, David Munro.   Crowd: 11,143.
View  Manly 36 (R. Garrick 3, D. Cherry-Evans, A. Fonua-Blake, B. Parker, T. Trbojevic tries; R. Garrick 4 goals) defeated Parramatta 24 (D. Brown, E. Parry, M. Sivo, B. Takairangi tries; M. Moses 4 goals) at Lottoland.
Date: Sun, 21st July.   Kickoff: 4:05 PM.   Halftime: Manly 26-12.   Referees: Matt Cecchin, Zbignew Przeklasa-Adamski.   Crowd: 15,245.