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Warriors v North Sydney
Mt. Smart Stadium, Saturday 28 March, 1.00pm [11.00am AEDT]

The road doesn't get any easier for the North Sydney Bears who travel across the Tasman for their toughest test yet against the in-form New Zealand Warriors.

It's been a challenging schedule for the Bears who are still yet to play at home.

The Warriors are riding a wave of momentum after their impressive 44-20 win led by five-eighth Api Pewhairangi at home against the Wentworthville Magpies.

Wests Tigers v Mounties
Leichhardt Oval, Saturday 28 March, 3.00pm

Who will stand as the only undefeated team of the VB NSW Cup as the Wests Tigers and Mounties look to keep their perfect records intact?

While many consider the Wests Tigers lucky to remain unbeaten after escaping with a thrilling 34-32 win over the Bulldogs last week, coach Paul Fletcher is confident the team will use the victory as a building block for the rest of the season.

It will be a tougher task for the Wests Tigers against Mounties who have been impressive after winning their first three matches of the season.

"They have a quality team there," Fletcher said. "They have Sam Williams at halfback, Jack Ahearn at fullback."

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