Warriors win first home game in two years

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The NZ Warriors have won their first home game in two years.

The New Zealand based team defeated the Wests Tigers 22-2 at Mt Smart Stadium.

The Warriors were in charge from the opening whistle, leading by 12 points at half-time.

Tohu Harris and Chanel Harris-Tavita were the try scorers in the first half.

Jesse Arthurs added a third after the break, with accurate goal-kicking from Shaun Johnson who scored five from five.

Mt Smart Stadium was sold out for today’s match, even though the Warriors have had a poor season – they sit 15th in the NRL standings with four wins from 15 games.

They broke a seven-game losing streak with this win.

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