Love NRL: Round 6

Canterbury kept touch with leaders Gold Coast thanks to a dramatic drop-goal win for the second successive week.

Sam Tomkins opened the scoring for NZ Warriors at Eden Park, but the Bulldogs roared back in the second half, before Trent Hodkinson‘ 78th minute one-pointer gave them a 21-20 victory.

The Titans still lead the way thanks to a 12-8 success in their Queensland derby with Brisbane, whilst in the result of the weekend last season’s premiers Sydney Roosters were beaten by Parramatta. 

Despite Daniel Tupou‘s length of the field effort, the 2013 wooden spooners earned a famous win over the Tricolours, with Semi Radradra‘s ninth try of the season enough for a 14-12 win.

The ‘battle of the beaches’ between Manly and Cronulla saw a runaway victory for the home side at Brookvale Oval.

Steve Matai continued his good recent form with a brace, as the Sea Eagles eased to a 24-4 win.

South Sydney took maximum points for the second week on the bounce, thanks to an 18-2 win at Penrith.

Nathan Merritt stole the headlines, as the winger became the most prolific try-scorer in the club’s history, but the Rabbitohs’ defence was the key.

Michael Maguire’s side produced a rock-solid display, restricting the Panthers to a solitary Jamie Soward penalty.

Round 6 also saw wins for Newcastle and Wests Tigers, before Melbourne defeated St George Illawarra 28-24 in a thrilling clash on Monday.

Round 6 results:

Gold Coast 12-8 Brisbane (Apr 11, Cbus Super Stadium)

Penrith 2-18 South Sydney (Apr 11, Sportingbet Stadium)

Canberra 12-26 Newcastle (Apr 12, GIO Stadium)

Parramatta 14-12 Sydney Roosters (Apr 12, Pirtek Stadium)

Wests Tigers 16-4 North Queensland (Apr 12, Campbelltown Sports Stadium)

Manly 24-4 Cronulla (Apr 13, Brookvale Oval)

NZ Warriors 20-21 Canterbury (Apr 13, Eden Park)

Melbourne 28-24 St George Illawarra (Apr 14, AAMI Park)

Round 7 fixtures:

South Sydney v Canterbury (Apr 18, ANZ Stadium)

Manly v North Queensland (Apr 18, Central Coast Stadium)

Newcastle v Brisbane (Apr 18, Hunter Stadium)

St George Illawarra v NZ Warriors (Apr 19, WIN Jubilee Oval)

Cronulla v Sydney Roosters (Apr 19, Remondis Stadium)

Canberra v Melbourne (Apr 20, GIO Stadium)

Parramatta v Wests Tigers (Apr 21, ANZ Stadium)

Penrith v Gold Coast (Apr 21, Sportingbet Stadium)

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


*