The first batch of rugby league fans are set to be allowed to attend NRL games again after the governing-body secured permission for spectators to return from the NSW government.
Sydney Roosters, without James Tedesco, travelled to Brisbane to face a youthful Broncos side at Suncorp, and for Brisbane fans, they'll be thankful that the full-back wasn't on the field.
Manly and Canterbury rounded out round three of the NRL, with a Sunday Showdown, the Bulldogs were looking for win number one, whereas the Sea Eagles looked to kick on from their victory over the Roosters in round two.
The Penrith Panthers faced off against the Newcastle Knights in a battle between two unbeaten sides at Campbelltown Stadium, where both sides were looking to make it three wins for three.
There was no doubt that this game would be entertaining, as last years Minor Premiers, Melbourne Storm, faced the Grand-Final runners-up, Canberra Raiders at AAMI Park.
Cronulla Sharks were determined to take the focus away from their off-field issues over the last week, as the faced a Wests Tigers side featuring debutant Harry Grant and a returning Moses Mbye.
After relocating from Auckland to New South Wales, The Warriors faced St George as both sides looked to pick up win number one in 2020.
Latrell Mitchell lined-up at full-back against his former side, as the Sydney Roosters looked to pick up their first win of the season against bitter rivals South Sydney Rabbitohs.