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.
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.
The NRL is taking the unprecedented step of suspending the season due to the global coronavirus pandemic.
World Club Champions, Sydney Roosters started their hunt for a three-peat as they travelled to Penrith Panthers to close out the first Super Saturday of the season.
Both the Sydney Roosters and St Helens have named their 21-man squads for Saturday's World Club Challenge match at the Totally Wicked Stadium.