The Cowboys put the match out of reach with Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow’s runaway try in the bonus zone. The Eels gave themselves breathing space with Blake Ferguson’s try and they kept their line intact in the closing minutes to claim victory. The Knights continued their impressive form with a 16-4 win over the Panthers. Quarter Finals - Quarter Finals - Saturday 15 Feb. North Queensland broke the early deadlock with Kyle Feldt’s fourth-minute bonus zone try. Temara then kicked the match-winning conversion from a penalty. A try to Liam Martin gave Panthers the early lead before Nathanael Sasagi crossed for Newcastle to level the scores at 4-4 at the break. The Dragons weren’t done there, extending the lead to 17-0 at half-time with a bonus zone try to Kezie Apps. St George Illawarra finished the match in style, with Maddison Weatherall touching down for a bonus zone try. Josh Morris then grabbed a rapid fire double to give the Sharks a 19-4 lead at the break before the veteran centres turned back the clock with a superb kick and chase to make it a hat-trick late in the match. The Dragons took an 11-7 into the half-time break and a bonus zone try to Sam Bremner set up by Studdon saw them stretch that out to 18-7. Aaliyah Fasavalu-Fa’amausili scored the game’s first try, with Maddie Studdon’s conversion making it 6-0. Jayme Fressard scored a hat-trick in the Brisbane Broncos’ 25-4 demolition of the Warriors in the women’s competition. Follow NRL Nines 2020 live scores, final results, fixtures and standings! Manly halfback Luke Metcalf produced a moment of brilliance, kicking ahead and winning a 50m race to the ball to touch down in the bonus zone to make it 7-4. The Dragons had the upper hand at half-time, with Ramsey’s opening try providing a 7-0 lead at the break. Both teams carried identical 3-0 records into the semi-final and it was anyone’s guess in terms of picking a winner.

Ramsey was in the spotlight again when he scored his second try in the corner with five minutes remaining. 2020 nrl nines schedule DAY 1 DRAW AND RESULTS Full time: Warriors (W) 13 (Stowers bonus try, Harding try, Wharton goal, Nicholls goal) d Roosters (W) 8 (Temara bonus try, Takairangi try) After Paul Turner got the Warriors off to the perfect start it was all the Roosters as they turned things around from a huge loss to the Panthers on day one. St George Illawarra scored first, with Lafai sending Mikaele Ravalawa over for a try midway through the first half.

St George Illawarra booked themselves a showdown with the unbeaten Brisbane Broncos in the final, despite losing to the Sydney Roosters 14-13 in the final pool game of the women’s tournament. Peachey sent Phil Sami over for the Titans’ second try before the Tigers closed the gap to 10-6 at half-time with Luke Garner’s converted try. Hayley Maddick put the icing on the cake with a late try.