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Keep track of all of Saturday's NRL trial matches with's live blog, including score updates and reports from each match.

We'll also bring you live streams of tonight's matches between the Canterbury Bulldogs and Canberra Raiders (6pm AEDT kick-off), Cronulla Sharks and Manly Sea Eagles (7.30pm AEDT), Brisbane Broncos and Gold Coast Titans (8pm AEDT), and North Queensland Cowboys and Wests Tigers (8.30pm AEDT).

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11:01 AEDT: That's a wrap of all today's trial action. For all the post-match reports, interviews and wash-up on every trial, head over to for the very latest. 

11:00pm AEDT: The Wests Tigers defeat the North Queensland Cowboys 30-16 in their opening hit-out for 2018. 

10:56pm AEDT: Not good news for the South Sydney Rabbitohs fans. 

10:47pm AEDT: Mahe Fonua sin-binned for back-chat. 

10:46pm AEDT: Jake Clifford pulls a try back for the Cowboys. The Tigers now lead 24-10. 

10:14pm AEDT: Tyson Gamble has scored a try with his first touch for the Wests Tigers. Tigers lead 14-4. 

9:40pm AEDT: George Fai scores for the Broncos before Dalals Wells hits back for the Titans. 38-10 in favour of the Broncos. 

9:33pm AEDT: Adam Doueihi extends Souths lead as he strolls over for a try. 18-8 Souths against Wigan

9:29pm AEDT: Josh Reynolds and Robbie Rochow combine before Corey Thompson finishes the play off to score. Tigers lead 4-0.

9:25pm AEDT: Titans get on the scoreboard through AJ Brimson who takes the line on himself and scores. Broncos still lead 32-4. 

9:22pm AEDT: Joe Ofahengaue bustles his way through defenders and over the line to score. Broncos now lead 32-0.

9:18pm AEDT: The Sharks score on the full-time siren thanks to a try from Cruz Topai-Aveai. They win their opening hit-out of 2018. Sharks win 30-14. 

9:15pm AEDT: Corey Oates scores on the left edge for the Broncos. Brisbane lead 26-0 against the Titans. 

9:10pm AEDT: Manly get one back. Lloyd Perrett crashes his way over from close range. Sharks lead cut to 12. They still lead 26-14 against M 

9:02pm AEDT: Trent Hodkinson puts ahead a grubber down the short-side and Edrick Lee is on the end of it to score. Sharks lead 26-8 over Manly. 

9:00pm AEDT: Broncos lead 20-0 over the Titans at half-time. 

8:54pm AEDT: Sharks young gun Briton Nikora runs a great line and slams the ball down. Sharks now lead 22-8 over Manly. 

8:52pm AEDT: A consolation try for the Roosters reduces Penrith's lead to 12. Penrith defeat the Roosters 30-18. 

8:40pm AEDT: Huge collision off the restart in the Sharks contest and and Braden Uele is left dazed and bleeding from the left eyebrow. 

8:39pm AEDT: James Segeyaro with a huge dummy to bamboozle the defenders and he goes over to score close to the line. Sharks now lead 16-8 over Manly. 

8:33pm AEDT: Electricity in Cairns has gone out and the game has been called off for now. 

8:32pm AEDT: No mistake from Tom Davies this time. He grounds the ball despite the pressure from the Souths defence and scores his second after the bunker confirms the try. Souths still lead 12-8. 

8:30pm AEDT: Tom Eisenhuth scores on the right edge for the Panthers after good lead-up work from Caleb Aekins. Penrith now lead 30-14. 

8:25pm AEDT: A swift back-line movement and Richard Kennar shrugs off a defender to score. Souths lead 12-4. 

8:24pm AEDT: Maika Sivo has scored his second try of the game. Penrith lead 24-14. 

8:23pm AEDT: Liam Marshall has been sin-binned for a professional foul. Wigan are down to 12 men. 

8:19pm AEDT: Reece Robinson gets on the scoreboard in his first game for the Sydney Roosters. Penrith still lead 20-14. 

8:13pm AEDT: Campbell Graham scores in the corner after Hymel Hunt's break. Souths lead for the first time and are up 8-4. 

8:09pm AEDT: Jesse Ramien shrugs off some Manly defenders and goes over to score. Manly lead 10-8 to lead for the first time in the game. 

8:07pm AEDT: Thomas Burgess reaches out and slams the ball down on the line. Score between Souths and Wigan now tied up at 4-all. 

8:06pm AEDT: There has been a marriage proposal at the Panthers v Roosters trial match and she said yes!

8:04pm AEDT: Frank Winterstein sin-binned for holding down in the tackle, reducing the Sea Eagles to twelve men

7.58pm AEDT: A spectacular finish in the Sunshine Coast with Asipeli Fine scoring the match-winner in the final minute out wide, giving the Bulldogs a 16-12 win over Canberra.

7.55pm AEDT: Sosaia Feki scores for Cronulla thanks to an offload from Aaron Gray, with new signing Matt Moylan kicking goals, while at his old club Tyrone Peachey has scored after being put through a gap by Nathan Cleary. Penrith lead the Roosters 20-10.

7.50pm AEDT: Tries everywhere at the moment with Makahesi Makatoa stretching out to equalise for Canberra, 12-all.

7.46pm AEDT: Paul Momirovski scores out wide for the Roosters to level the scores at 10-all, while promising Sharks winger Sione Katoa has scored against Manly after a quality cutout pass from Chad Townsend.

7.45pm AEDT: James Maloney's first appearance for Penrith may have been shortlived, with the five-eighth going to the bench after a 23-minute stint against former club the Roosters.

7.42pm AEDT: Parker is in again for the Sea Eagles, latching on to a Blake Kelly offload to double Manly's lead over the Sharks, 8-0.

7.39pm AEDT: Brad Parker scores for Manly from a Cade Cust bomb, Sea Eagles lead Cronulla 4-0.

7.37pm AEDT: The Panthers have skipped out to a 10-6 lead over the Roosters with Wayde Egan and Maika Sivo crossing for tries.

7.35pm AEDT: The Dragons have wrapped up a four-point win over Hull FC.

7.32pm AEDT: The Sharks and Sea Eagles have got their game underway in Cronulla and there's an injury inside the opening two minutes with Darcy Lussick going down with an ankle prob.

7.26pm AEDT: Kurt Mann has scored for the Dragons, edging them ahead 22-18 inside the final five minutes.

7.20pm AEDT: The Roosters have opened the scoring against Penrith in their game, with Joseph Manu fending off Tyrone Peachey, while Sia Soliola has crossed for Canberra after a shift to the right. Roosters lead 4-0 against the Panthers, Raiders trail 12-6 against Canterbury.

7.15pm AEDT: Penrith have begun their match against the Roosters at Panthers Stadium. Plenty happening tonight.

7.03pm AEDT: The Bulldogs finish a solid first half with a 12-0 lead over the Raiders on the Sunshine Coast, while prop Liam Watts has crossed for Hull FC to level the scores.

6.59pm AEDT: Tries in both games, with Greg Eastwood crashing over for the Bulldogs' second while Macdonald has once again been given good news from the video referee after managing to stay in the field of play to down down in the corner. 12-0 Bulldogs over Raiders, and 18-12 Dragons over Hull FC.

6.53pm AEDT: Nene Macdonald dives over in the left corner and gets the green light by the video referee to put the Dragons ahead 14-12 against Hull FC. Gareth Widdop's attempted conversion hits the post.

6.45pm AEDT: The second half is underway in Dragons v Hull FC, while there have been two sin-binnings in the other game with Bulldogs forward Adam Elliott and Raiders prop Junior Paulo given 10 minutes on the sidelines for throwing punches. It's 6-0 Canterbury with 15 minutes remaining in the first half.

6.38pm AEDT: The Bulldogs go searching for their second but the Raiders defence rushes to the rescue and carries the ball-carrier over the sideline, five metres from the tryline.

6.29pm AEDT: It's half-time at ANZ Stadium, with Hull FC leading the Dragons 12-10.

6.27pm AEDT: The Bulldogs have opened the scoring against Canberra, Michael Lichaa getting the year off to a good start by darting over from dummy-half. The conversion is successful and Canterbury leads 6-0.

6.24pm AEDT: Ben Hunt almost has his first try assist as a Dragon, but the video referee has disallowed it after Jeremy Latimore brought down a Hunt kick after Jason Nightingale was ruled to have touched it on the way down.

6.21pm AEDT: The Broncos and Raiders have kicked their match off on the Sunshine Coast, with Canberra on the attack early. (Watch it live here)

6.20pm AEDT: Albert Kelly slices through to score his second try for Hull FC, who will hit the front 12-10.

6.13pm AEDT: St George Illawarra score again, Jason Nightingale showing some nice footwork on the right flank to get between two defenders and touch down. 10-6 Dragons.

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6.00pm AEDT: The Dragons have hit back through centre Tim Lafai, going over untouched after taking a Tariq Sims offloa. Gareth Widdop converts to make it 6-all.

5.56pm AEDT: The visitors have capitalised this time, with Albert Kelly chasing down a Jake Connor kick from the right wing to score behind the posts. That'll be 6-0.

5.53pm AEDT: Hull go even closer this time, Sika Manu spilling the ball over the tryline.

5.50pm AEDT: Hull FC with the first big chance, fullback Jamie Shaul weaving his way through the Dragons defence but his pass to the wing goes over the sideline.

5.45pm AEDT: We're underway in the second game of the day as the Dragons kick off. Ben Hunt and James Graham are officially wearing the Red V. 

5.11pm AEDT: The Canberra Raiders have named their side to face the Bulldogs tonight, with a few double-up jersey numbers to keep the commentators on their toes.

1. Jack Wighton, 2. Nick Cotric, 3. Jarrod Croker, 4. Joey Leilua, 5. Jordan Rapana, 6. Blake Austin, 7 Aidan Sezer, 8. Junior Paulo, 9. Siliva Havili, 10. Shannon Boyd, 11. Josh Papalii, 12. Joe Tapine, 13. Elliot Whitehead. Interchange: 14. Sam Williams & Craig Garvey, 15. Luke Bateman, 16. Royce Hunt & Charlie Gubb, 17. Sia Soliola & Dunamis Lui, 18. Brad Abbey & Liam Knight, 19. Makahesi Makatoa, 20. Jack Murchie, Paul Roache, Mikaele Ravalawa & Sitiveni Moceidreke, 21. Sebastian Kris, 22. Emre Guler & Ed Murphy

5.05pm AEDT: Hull's lineup is also in

4.54pm AEDT: The Dragons have finalised their line-up for their match against Hull, adding Nene Macdonald to the bench.

1. Matt Dufty, 2. Reuben Garrick, 3. Kurt Mann, 4. Tim Lafai, 5. Jason Nightingale, 6. Gareth Widdop (c), 7. Ben Hunt, 8. James Graham, 9. Cameron McInnes, 10. Paul Vaughan, 11. Luciano Leilua, 12. Tariq Sims, 13. Leeson Ah Mau. Interchange: 14. Jeremy Latimore, 15. Jai Field, 16. Euan Aitken, 17. Hame Sele, 18. Reece Robson, 19. Darren Nicholls, 20. Zac Lomax, 21. Blake Lawrie, 22. Josh Kerr, 23. Jacob Host, 24. Mitchell Allgood, 25. Nene Macdonald 

4.38pm AEDT: An early win for the Dragons an hour ahead of kick-off against Hull - the coin toss.

4.25pm AEDT: The Englishmen have arrived.

4.00pm AEDT: "In terms of expectations this early, I was pleased. For the most part it was good and there are some real positive signs," Warriors coach Stephen Kearney says about his team's win.

"I think we started a bit sheepish, a bit slow there as a group but overall I'm pretty happy with what I saw."

Warriors coach Stephen Kearney.
Warriors coach Stephen Kearney. ©John Cowpland/

3.20pm AEDT: The Cowboys have submitted their final line-up for tonight's clash with the Tigers, with both Johnathan Thurston and Matt Scott to start in their return from injury.

1. Ben Hampton, 2. Gideon Gela-Mosby, 3. Javid Bowen, 4. Shaun Hudson, 5. Enari Tuala, 6. Te Maire Martin, 7. Johnathan Thurston, 8. Matt Scott, 9. Jake Granville, 10. Scott Bolton, 11. Coen Hess, 12. Ethan Lowe, 13. John Asiata. Interchange: 14. Kyle Laybutt, 15. Jake Clifford, 16. Mitch Dunn, 17. Shane Wright, 18. Corey Jensen, 19. Carlin Anderson, 20. Emry Pere, 21. Francis Molo, 22. Sam Hoare, 23. Murray Taulagi

Meanwhile the Canberra Raiders are set to try out some interesting playmaking combinations in their clash with the Bulldogs on the Sunshine Coast.

3.00pm AEDT: Here is's Warriors v Storm match report from our man at the ground Jackson Thomas. Next up are the Dragons taking on Hull at ANZ Stadium at 5.30pm Sydney time.

2.48pm AEDT: That's full-time. It was closer than the Warriors would have liked but they take a 20-14 win in Rotorua against Melbourne's youngsters. 

Warriors recruit Peta Hiku with fans at Rotorua.
Warriors recruit Peta Hiku with fans at Rotorua. ©John Cowpland/

2.44pm AEDT: Melbourne hit back with a long-range effort from inside their own 20-metre zone, with left winger Ryan Papenhuyzen showing plenty of speed to burst clear and narrow the deficit. 20-14.

2.38pm AEDT: The Warriors spread it right and they extend their lead with another try to winger Lewis Soosemea, 20-10.

2.25pm AEDT: Melbourne are in this time, with hooker Harry Grant diving over between the uprights. He's been impressive today. The conversion from Scott Drinkwater from right in front trims the Warriors' lead to 16-10 with 20 minutes left.

2.15pm AEDT: The Storm almost score down the left and receive a penalty 10 metres out, but they blow their chance with another penalty for a poor play-the-ball.

2.09pm AEDTTry Warriors - Ligi Sao pounces on a grubber from Mason Lino and scores behind the posts. That makes it 16-4 to the hosts, five minutes into the second half.

2.05pm AEDT: The second half is underway now in front of a good crowd at Rotorua. Mason Lino kicks off for the Warriors - and it goes dead in-goal, forcing a dropout from the Storm.

1.50pm AEDT: The home side go into half-time with a six-point advantage. Warriors lead Melbourne 10-4.

1.38pm AEDT: The Warriors are in again, with Blake Ayshford sending David Fusitu'a over in the right corner. 10-4 Warriors with a sideline conversion from Mason Lino.

Warriors playmaker Mason Lino takes a shot at goal.
Warriors playmaker Mason Lino takes a shot at goal. ©John Cowpland/

1.25pm AEDT: There have been a couple of penalties already for incorrect play-the-balls (a key focus of referees this pre-season), and the Warriors now score off the back of one with Solomone Kata grabbing first points for the hosts. It's 4-all after 20 minutes.

1.15pm AEDT: New Warriors recruit Agnatius Paasi lasts just five minutes. He's off with what appears to be a lower leg injury.

1.11pm AEDT: The Melbourne Storm are in first today after just three minutes with Matt Sopa-Lawler scoring off the back of a seven-tackle set after the visitors spread it to the right. 4-0 Storm.

1.05pm AEDT: Both sides have taken the field and we're underway in the first game of the day, with Melbourne Storm's development side kicking off against the Warriors.

Warriors: 1 Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad, 2 Peta Hiku, 3 Solomone Kata, 4 Blake Ayshford, 5 David Fusitu'a, 6 Mafoa'aeata Hingano, 7 Mason Lino (c), 8 Agnatius Paasi, 9 Sam Cook, 10 Chris Satae, 11 Leivaha Pulu, 12 Ligi Sao, 13 James Gavet. Interchange: 14 Joe Vuna, 15 Matiu Love-Henry, 16 Isaiah Papali'I, 17 Hayze Perham, 18 Anthony Gelling, 19 Ken Maumalo, 20 Jazz Tevaga, 21 Bunty Afoa, 22 Chanel Harris-Tavita

Melbourne Storm: 1 Scott Drinkwater, 2 Matt Sopa-Lawler, 3 Justin Olam, 4 Kelma Tualagi, 5 Ryan Papenhuyzen, 6 Cooper Johns, 7 Billy Walters, 8 Tui Kamikamica, 9 Harry Grant, 10 Lachlan Timm, 11 Tino Fa'asuamaleaui, 12 Louis Geraghty, 13 Pat Kaufusi. Interchange: 14 Chris Lewis, 15 Jye Ballinger, 16 Jacob Hind, 17 Brett Geinke, 18 Harrison Mueller, 19 Jarrod Mcinally, 20 Jarrod Tuite, 21 Kayleb Milne, 22 Lachlan Roe

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12.40pm AEDT: Check out the team lists for today's matches, plus our coverage of Friday night's World Club Challenge, won 38-4 by the Melbourne Storm, below.

Melbourne Storm 38-4 Leeds Rhinos

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