Watch: Herbie Farnworth scores twice including penalty try against Cowboys

Herbie Farnworth Brisbane Broncos PA

Herbie Farnworth crossed twice as Brisbane Broncos fell to a 38-12 defeat to North Queensland Cowboys in the Queensland derby. 

Herbie Farnworth, 22, was awarded a penalty try in the first half at Suncorp Stadium. Cowboys winger Kyle Feldt obstructed the centre on his way chasing down a grubber kick.

He was taken down in the in-goal area, and the official went upstairs with a penalty try decision, with the video referee awarding the try.

The England-born player crossed for his second try with just four minutes left.

He now has four tries in three appearances so far this season.

NRL results

After three rounds, 2021 NRL champions Penrith Panthers sit at the top of the ladder. They defeated Newcastle Knights 38-20 in the third round of the competition Down Under. Ivan Cleary’s side remain the only unbeaten side in 2022.

Cronulla Sharks sit third following their 36-12 victory over St George Illawarra Dragons on Thursday.

New Zealand Warriors picked up their first win of the season with a 16-12 victory over Wests Tigers.

South Sydney Rabbitohs defeated rivals Sydney Roosters 28-16. It was Latrell Mitchell’s first outing against the Roosters since copping a season-ending ban last year.

Parramatta Eels sealed a stunning 28-24 victory over Melbourne Storm in golden points. Ray Stone crossing for a four-pointer to claim the win with 87 minutes gone.

Canberra Raiders produced the perfect comeback against Gold Coast Titans. Ricky Stuart’s side found themselves 22-0 down before crossing on the half-time break. They scored 20-unanswered points in the second half for a 24-22 victory.

Finally, Daly Cherry-Evans kicked his 24th field goal to help his Manly Sea Eagles side to a 13-12 victory over Canterbury Bulldogs.

Michael Maguire’s Wests Tigers remain the only side without a victory in the 2022 NRL season. 

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About Josh McAllister 1325 Articles
Journalist. Joined the Love Rugby League team full time at the start of 2022 having been a freelance reporter for several years. Previously media manager for Swinton and Rochdale.

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