That is an incredible statistic. Telstra Premiership Round 18 Warriors vs Sharks Telstra Premiership.

The Warriors look to return serve and make ground after a good set, but Isaiah Papali'i knocks on and the Sharks get it back. Warriors (Luke) 12-10 Sharks.

Issac Luke has made 30 good tackles so far this game. Queensland's fresh-faced State of Origin squad sat like school prefects as principal Wayne Bennett delivered his opening address on Monday. Warriors (Harris-Tavita) 18-16 Sharks. CONVERSION! The Sharks have won 10 of the last 13 matches between the two teams. Johnson adds the extra two from a 45-degree angle and the away side go in front. Melbourne fullback Ryan Papenhuyzen could never have dreamed of a State of Origin debut two years ago when he wasn't even Craig Bellamy's first-choice NRL replacement for Billy Slater. Queensland's fresh-faced State of Origin squad sat like school prefects as principal Wayne Bennett delivered his opening address on Monday. Sharks have a drop goal attempt, just missing, having the distance but not the accuracy. Watch brand new episodes of The Spanish Princess now on Stan. HALF TIME - The Sharks lead the Warriors 12-8 in Wellington. Back the other way, and it's Tuivasa-Sheck who makes excellent ground and puts the Warriors back into the Sharks half. A further replay showed what looks like a forward pass, but it's too late to rule on that now. Issac Luke has made 30 good tackles so far this game. J’accepte de recevoir par mail les nouveautés et les offres concernant les produits & services des sociétés du même groupe qu'Eurosport. Get match statistics of the Warriors vs Sharks National Rugby League 2019 rugby match. Follow commentary on the Sharks vs Warriors National Rugby League 2019 rugby match. The Sharks have an impressive recent record over the Warriors and expect them to extend that further after this match. The Warriors nearly got the job done against the Broncos last week, but it ended 18-18, while the Sharks are looking to return to winning ways after a heavy defeat to the Storm. The half-back made an initial burst up-field before Moylan made most of the leg work, with Townsend staying involved and getting on the end of the play.

Découvrez également toute l'actualité du Rugby: calendrier, résultats et classements. 8 min: Penalty goes the way of the Sharks - they kick for touch. When asked if he had any announcements to make after Sunday night's win, Cameron Smith was as defiant as he has been for the past six months. 60% possession and 11 extra minutes of possession which converts to more run metres, offloads, kick metres and line breaks. It was lucky Melbourne won the NRL title on Sunday night, otherwise they would be flying home with nothing but a box of dry ski goggles. Better from New Zealand in recent minutes and they have a reply as Luke pushes out of dummy-half and Green slaloms his way through a couple of would-be tacklers. PENALTY GOAL!

Melbourne Storm have continued to turn unwanted players into premiership winners and even potential State of Origin stars. Melbourne Storm have continued to turn unwanted players into premiership winners and even potential State of Origin stars. Warriors (Isaac Luke) 2-0 Warriors. Full Match Replay: Warriors v Sharks - Round 18, 2019. 59% possession and 71% territory in favour of the Warriors, but the Sharks are still level on the scoreboard with six minutes left. Major Partners. Fri 19 Jul, 2019 Premier Partner.

F Share T Tweet … 78' Sharks have a drop goal attempt, just missing, having the distance but not the accuracy. Some real shifts of momentum in that first half, but it's the Sharks who take a slender lead into the break. Get a summary of the Warriors vs Sharks National Rugby League 2019 rugby match. Xerri drives down the left and the kick is poked through with a couple of tackles left. When asked if he had any announcements to make after Sunday night's win, Cameron Smith was as defiant as he has been for the past six months. Join us at Sky Stadium for Warriors v Sharks NRL live scores as part of NRL 2019.

Melbourne fullback Ryan Papenhuyzen could never have dreamed of a State of Origin debut two years ago when he wasn't even Craig Bellamy's first-choice NRL replacement for Billy Slater. When asked if he had any announcements to make after Sunday night's win, Cameron Smith was as defiant as he has been for the past six months.
Warriors vs Sharks NRL 2019 - Round 18. Cronulla haven't completed a set in three now and they are under the cosh. Incredible.
A try totally against the grain for the Sharks and it's great play from Feki, who is fed by Nikora, and then turned in the tackle, grounding behind his back in the corner.

Warriors (Isaac Luke) 12-8 Sharks. Warriors vs Sharks. Fifita goes in hard with a shoulder charge off the ball inside the Sharks defensive penalty. Storm's Papenhuyzen shocked at Blues State of Origin call up, Melbourne Storm's development keeps dynasty alive, Comfort key as Queensland Maroons begin State of Origin camp. Sharks (Johnson) 12-2 Sharks. The home side start on the front foot and win a penalty for an illegal strip, which Luke knocks over for the opening score. Four sets of six and they can't break through. Luke pops over the conversion and the Warriors are back within a try. Once again the Warriors come forward, but Johnson's kick is gathered by Bronson Xerri after another enterprising set from the home team. So, despite scoring more tries than the opposition, the Sharks go down after an almighty defensive effort.