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Warriors hooker Nathaniel Roache was forced to play on the wing against the Roosters in Round 15.

The results, injuries, judiciary news and talking points from the weekend's NRL matches.

Rabbitohs v Eels

John Sutton's return wasn't enough to inspire the Rabbitohs to victory against Parramatta on Friday night, with the Eels prevailing 30-12 at ANZ Stadium. 

Injuries: Kaysa Pritchard (shoulder/neck).

Judiciary: Vai Toutai (careless high tackle), Paul Carter (dangerous contact - other).

Report: Radradra special seals Eels' third straight
Rabbitohs v Eels: Five key points
Watch: Match highlights


Dragons v Storm

The Storm were not only missing Cameron Smith and Cooper Cronk, they also lost Cameron Munster, Blake Green and Tim Glasby before kick-off and the Dragons took full advantage to record a comfortable win.

Injuries: No major injuries.

Judiciary: Jesse Bromwich (dangerous throw), Ben Hampton (dangerous throw).

Report: Dragons topple Storm
Dragons v Storm: Five key points
Watch: Match highlights


Warriors v Roosters

Despite scoring just one try to the Roosters' two, the Warriors held out an improved Tricolours outfit to record a tight 12-10 victory with Shaun Johnson claiming the home side's lone four-pointer.

Injuries: Thomas Leuluai (head).

Judiciary: Toafofoa Sipley (dangerous contact - other).

Report: Warriors hold on to down Roosters
Warriors v Roosters: Five key points
Watch: Match highlights


Titans v Sea Eagles

The Titans continued their impressive 2016 season with a controlled performance against Manly, earning a comfortable 30-10 win at Cbus Super Stadium.

Injuries: Matt Parcell (hamstring).

Judiciary: TBA

Report: Titans into top eight after win over Manly
Watch: Match highlights



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