NRL live: Storm clash with Eels as Sharks, Cowboys celebrate wins


The Storm play the Eels to finish off the Lang Park double header, after the Sharks beat the Broncos 24-16.

Earlier, the Cowboys won 38-26 against the Dragons in Rockhampton.

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Sharks vs Broncos

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Cowboys snap losing streak

A St George Illawarra Dragons NRL player kneels as he reflects on his side's loss to the Cowboys.
A disappointed Zac Lomax reflects on the Dragons’ loss to the Cowboys.(

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North Queensland has shown a glimmer of what the future holds after ending a 10-match losing streak with a 38-26 win against St George Illawarra.

Down by six points until the final minute, the desperate Dragons were in the hunt before speedsters Murray Tualagi and Hamisao Tabuai-Fidow combined for a length-of-the-field try to seal the Cowboys’ win.

Halfback Tom Dearden’s best game in North Queensland colours included a try, one try assist, two line breaks and three tackle breaks to snap a losing streak of his own.

The 20-year-old has played 16 NRL games this season, including five for Brisbane, but has not had a win since round three for the Broncos.

But he showed confidence that has evaded him this year in his first win for the Cowboys since joining the club mid-season.

Fellow youngster Heilum Luki, 20, scored his third try of the season as the Cowboys kicked into gear early in the second half after being down 20-10 at the break.

Four tries in nine minutes got them out to a 32-20 lead as they ripped the young Dragons side to shreds with pace through the middle.

A length-of-the-field intercept try from Ben Hampton started the roll in the 46th minute, before Dearden and Luki piled on the points, while Kyle Feldt’s double extended the lead.

Similarly, the Dragons showed signs of life for 2022, with their young spine lighting up their attack.

Fullback Tyrell Sloan, 19, scored his fourth try in as many NRL games and set up winger Mikaele Ravalawa for the second of his double.

Teenage half Talatau Amone put up a perfect kick for Sloan’s stunner, while 19-year-old Jayden Sullivan dived over from dummy-half for his second try of the year.





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