A first-half ambush has propelled the Sharks to their sixth win a row as the Broncos' second-half fightback proved to not be enough on Sunday.
Fijian flyer's NRL career taking off, Storm skipper a class above and Titans vow not to be weighed down by heavy defeat.
Australian coach Mal Meninga has given the strongest indication that the Kangaroos could introduce a war dance in next year's rugby league World Cup.
Kiwis coach Stephen Kearney has named his side to face the Kangaroos in Friday's Anzac Test at Newcastle's Hunter Stadium.
After last week's heavy defeat and the axing of six players, Warriors captain Ryan Hoffman spoke of his pride at seeing his side rally to beat the Dragons.
Young NRL prospects including Lachlan Croker, Nathan Cleary, Robert Jennings, Coen Hess and Curtis Scott among those named in the Junior Kangaroos.
The Cronulla Sharks have survived a monumental comeback by the Broncos to claim their sixth straight win with a 30-28 victory at Southern Cross Group Stadium.
Panthers Elijah Taylor and Zach Docker-Clay and Warriors Shaun Lane, Ken Maumalo and Matthew Allwood have all been included in the NSW Residents team.
The Warriors put a satisfying end to a disruptive week by downing the Dragons in their first victory over St George Illawarra in their last 12 attempts.
The Melbourne Storm have followed up last week's 42-0 thrashing of the Warriors with a 38-0 win over the Titans on the Gold Coast on Sunday.