NRL 2022 Season

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Week 1

 Saturday, February 12

Wynnum Manly Seagulls 4 were defeated by Brisbane Broncos 52

 Friday, February 18

Sydney Roosters 18 lost to Canberra Raiders 32

  Wests Tigers 4 lost to Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 28

Saturday, February 19

Melbourne Storm 18 lost to Bulldogs 30

 South Sydney 12 lost to North Queensland 24

 Gold Coast 26 drew with Brisbane 26

Sunday, 20 February

Cronulla 6 lost to Penrith 34

 Paramatta 22 lost to St George Illawarra 26

Monday, 21 February

Newcastle 16 drew with Canterbury 16

Week 2

 Friday, 25 February

Manly 16 lost to Canberra 18

Sydney Roosters 8 lost to Wests Tigers 16

 Saturday, 26 February

Parramatta Eels 36 defeated Penrith Panthurs 0

South Sydney Rabbitohs 10 loss to St George Illawarra Dragons 16

North Queensland Wranglers 26 defeated Brisbane Broncos 6

 Sunday, 27 February

Melbourne Storm 24 defeated Newcastle Knights 10

 Monday 28, February

Cronulla-Sutherland Harpies 30 defeated Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 6

  Abandoned Bulldogs V Gold Coast Titans

Severe downfall originally forced the game to be rescheduled from Saturday 26 to Monday 28 of February, the match was abandoned on Monday morning after uninterrupted downfall caused flooding.

DEBUTANTS READY TO RUMBLE IN ROUND ONE

 After putting in the hard yards during the pre-season and grabbing their openings in the trials, four youths (Tolutau Koula-Sea Eagles, James Schiller – Aggressors, Leo Thompson – Knights and Tyran Wishart – Storm) get their shot at a dream in round one of the Telstra Premiership.

 PHIL GOULD RAISES CONCERNS OVER COVID GUIDELINES AHEAD OF 2022 NRL SEASON

Phil Gould has questioned the covid guidelines heading into the 2022 NRL season, with protocols forcing a variety of players out of the opening round.

Brisbane’s Adam Reynolds and Melbourne’s Jesse Bromwich are two big names who’ll be sidelined for round 1 with both captains in insulation for either testing positive or being a close contract.

 CANBERRA WILL BE HOSTING 2022 AMPOL WOMEN ’S ORIGIN

 The 2022 Ampol Women’s State of Origin will be played on neutral home for the first time, heading to Canberra’s GIO Stadium.

 The NRL, alongside the Canberra Raiders and the ACT Government, on Wednesday, announced that GIO colosseum would host the match on Friday, June 24.

 STICKY STRIKES BACK IN SIGNING SPREE; ROOSTERS FLYER’S NEW PART REVEALED

 The Canberra Raiders are keen to neutralize the loss of English forward Ryan Sutton bye bringing in Kiwi Test forward Corey Harawira-Naera and fireband front-rower Corey Horsburgh.

New Zealand backrower Harawira-Naera is anticipated to sign a three-time contract with the Green Machine in the coming 48 hours while the Horsburgh deal is still a work in progress but is on target to be completed in the coming month.

 TEAMMATES IN BUST-UP AS PRESSURES BOIL OVER AT SOUTHS

The Rabbitohs star Latrell Mitchel and forward Jacob Host had to be separated by teammates after a fiery tussle during a contact session at South Sydney training.

 Playing in the protective unit, Host appeared to take exception to a forfend from Mitchell, who was carrying the ball as the South Sydney second- sculler tried an attack. The South’s teammates also scuffled and squared up with a drive and shove back and forth before Siliva Havili and assistant trainer Steve Antonelli came between Mitchell and Host to diffuse the situation.

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