Warriors win first game of restarted season

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The NZ Warriors have beaten the St George Illawarra Dragons 18-0 in the first game of the restarted season.

The Warriors were almost flawless in their game plan. They created a new NRL record by becoming the first team to complete their first 40 sets of tackles without an error.

The NZ side ran in three tries to none.

It was also the first time since 2006 that the Warriors have kept a team scoreless in Australia.

The Warriors were helped by superb games from rookies Jamayne Taunoa-Brown and Eliesa Katoa, who both scored for tries.

The victory puts the Warriors on the board for 2020, after falling to losses in the opening two rounds of the season prior to the COVID-19 enforced suspension.


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