The Wests Tigers waved goodbye to Benji Marshall and Chris Lawrence as they faced the Parramatta Eels at Bankwest Stadium, with the Eels looking to lock in a top-four spot.
In a potential pre-cursor to the opening match in the finals, the Cronulla Sharks welcomed Canberra Raiders to Netstrata Jubilee Stadium to round off the regular season for both sides.
The Penrith Panthers looked to end the regular season, with a 15th win on the bounce as they travelled to face the Canterbury Bulldogs.
South Sydney Rabbitohs and the Sydney Roosters clashed for the final time in the 2020 regular season, with the Rabbitohs needing a win for a home tie next week.
Five years on from their Grand Final clash, the Brisbane Broncos and North Queensland Cowboys faced off as the 16th and 14th placed sides, battling to avoid the wooden spoon.
The Newcastle Knights were hoping to secure a home fixture in week one of the finals, as they welcomed the St George Illawarra Dragons to contest the Alex McKinnon Trophy.
The Canberra Raiders were keen to keep the pressure on fourth-placed Parramatta, as they looked to pick up a win against the New Zealand Warriors at GIO Stadium.
A much rotated Sydney Roosters side welcomed the Cronulla Sharks to the SCG, as both sides looked to improve their standing in the top-eight. After just five minutes, the Roosters took the lead, and it was a fairytale start. The home side attacked the right edge, and Joseph Manu pushed a short flat pass to... Continue Reading →