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Michael Morgan scores for the Cowboys against Leeds in the World Club Challenge.

Missed the footy over the weekend? Check out who won, who lost and which players impressed in all the weekend's games.

World Club Series: Roosters 38, St Helens 12
Key points

The NRL went one up in the World Club Series against their Super League counterparts after Jayden Nikorima starred in the Roosters' thrashing of St Helens.

Dragons 46, Warriors 10
They're predicted to be one of the NRL's biggest improvers but the Warriors were on the wrong end of a 46-10 thumping at the hands of the Dragons in Nelson. 

Bulldogs 20, Storm 0
James Graham and Tony Williams suffered injuries and David Klemmer is on report following Canterbury's 20-0 NRL trial win over Melbourne.

Rabbitohs 22, Titans 20
South Sydney's script with Sam Burgess and Greg Inglis in the lead roles played out to perfection in the Rabbitohs' 22-20 win over the Titans on Saturday night. 

Sea Eagles 58, Ipswich Jets 0
Manly's Brett Stewart and Tom Trbojevic suffered injuries in the side's 58-0 demolition of Ipswich in a NRL trial in Sydney.

Raiders 34, Knights 28
The Raiders held off a strong second-half comeback from Newcastle to take a 34-28 win in the teams' final trial match of the year in Orange.

Sharks 30, Wests Tigers 30
The Cronulla Sharks earned their second straight pre-season draw after a thrilling 30-30 deadlock with the Wests Tigers. 

Eels 22, Panthers 8
Key points

The new-look Parramatta Eels beat the Penrith Panthers 22-8 in a four-tries-to-two affair at Pepper Stadium.

World Club Series: Broncos 42, Wigan Warriors 12
Key points

The Brisbane Broncos' preparations for 2016 continued in excellent fashion with a big World Club Series win over Wigan at the DW Stadium.

World Club Challenge: Cowboys 38, Leeds Rhinos 4
After a tight first half the North Queensland Cowboys put on a show to romp to a 38-4 win over Leeds Rhinos in the World Club Challenge.

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