Here’s what happened over the weekend June 6-9. The Newsroom recaps the sport results (home teams listed first).
Round 13 has left the Maroons without a player; Corey Parker was ruled out this morning and Daly Cherry-Evans isn’t certain he will play.
The Blues team was named yesterday with the Morris brothers out with injuries. Bird, Hopoate and Dugan have been brought in to play for the New South Wales side.
Sea Eagles 32 defeated Bulldogs 10
Eels 18 defeated Cowboys 16
Titans 14 defeated by Panthers 36
Dragons 30 defeated Sharks 0
Rabbitohs 34 defeated Warriors 18
Knights 20 defeated by Tigers 23
Storm 12 defeated by Roosters 32
Raiders 4 defeated by Broncos 28
The Swannies secured their eighth win this season and are sitting comfortably in third position, trailing behind Port Adelaide and Hawthorn, who are sitting first and second respectively.
Melbourne 28 defeated Collingwood 61
North Melbourne 116 defeated Richmond 88
Fremantle 90 defeated Adelaide 50
Gold Coast 74 defeated by Sydney 109
Bulldogs 87 defeated by Brisbane 95
Greater Western Sydney 66 defeated by Essendon 81
Port Adelaide 129 defeated St Kilda 59
Hawthorn 123 defeated West Coast 79
Carlton 102 defeated by Geelong 107
The Wallabies were in impressive form as they thrashed France in Brisbane on Saturday, 50-21. The Wallabies could wrap up the series successfully this weekend should they continue their impressive showing.
Australia 50 defeated France 21
New Zealand 20 defeated England 15
South Africa 47 defeated World XV 13 – Kimberley Braddish
Top photo by Noah La’ulu.