All the scorelines, highlights, injury and judiciary news from the opening week of the NRL Telstra Premiership Finals Series.

The Eels notched the biggest win in finals history with a 58-0 demolition of the Broncos, the under-strength Sea Eagles defied the odds to end Cronulla's season, the Roosters dominated Friday's clash with arch rivals South Sydney and the Raiders stunned the Storm in Melbourne to earn a week off.

Meanwhile the Holden Women's Premiership kicked off with the Warriors edging the Roosters and reigning premiers Brisbane defeating a star-studded Dragons side.

Finals Week 1 Snapshot

Roosters v Rabbitohs

Match: Roosters v Rabbitohs

Finals Week 1 -

Full Time
Roosters

Home Team

Roosters

Scored 30 points
Rabbitohs

Away Team

Rabbitohs

Scored 6 points

Venue: Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney

Match broadcasters:

  • Nine Network
  • FOXTEL
  • LIVE PASS

NRLW Roosters v Warriors

Match: Roosters v Warriors

Round 1 -

Full Time
Roosters

Home Team

Roosters

Scored 12 points
Warriors

Away Team

Warriors

Scored 16 points

Venue: AAMI Park, Melbourne

Match broadcasters:

  • Nine Network
  • Foxtel

Storm v Raiders

Match: Storm v Raiders

Finals Week 1 -

Full Time
Storm

Home Team

Storm

Scored 10 points
Raiders

Away Team

Raiders

Scored 12 points

Venue: AAMI Park, Melbourne

Match broadcasters:

  • Nine Network
  • FOXTEL
  • LIVE PASS

Sea Eagles v Sharks

Match: Sea Eagles v Sharks

Finals Week 1 -

Full Time
Sea Eagles

Home Team

Sea Eagles

Scored 28 points
Sharks

Away Team

Sharks

Scored 16 points

Venue: Lottoland, Sydney

Match broadcasters:

  • Nine Network
  • FOXTEL
  • LIVE PASS

NRLW Dragons v Broncos

Match: Dragons v Broncos

Round 1 -

Full Time
Dragons

Home Team

Dragons

Scored 4 points
Broncos

Away Team

Broncos

Scored 14 points

Venue: Bankwest Stadium, Sydney

Match broadcasters:

  • Foxtel
  • GEM

Eels v Broncos

Match: Eels v Broncos

Finals Week 1 -

Full Time
Eels

Home Team

Eels

Scored 58 points
Broncos

Away Team

Broncos

Scored 0 points

Venue: Bankwest Stadium, Sydney

Match broadcasters:

  • Nine Network
  • FOXTEL
  • LIVE PASS

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