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Trials Wrap-Up: Week 2

All the scores, highlights, injuries and judiciary news from week two of pre-season trials ahead of the 2022 NRL Telstra Premiership.

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Judiciary: Tamou facing one match ban for Walker tackle

Week 2 trial fixtures

Sea Eagles v Raiders: Friday, Central Coast Stadium

Match report: Raiders edge injury hit Sea Eagles

Injuries: Martin Taupau (back), Haumole Olakau'atu (elbow), Dylan Walker (knee)

Judiciary: No charges

Match Highlights: Sea Eagles v Raiders

Roosters v Wests Tigers: Friday, Central Coast Stadium

Match report: Wests Tigers down Roosters in wet 

Injuries: Jacob Liddle (knee)

Judiciary: James Tamou (dangerous contact), Lindsay Collins (dangerous contact).

Match Highlights: Roosters v Wests Tigers

Panthers v Eels: Saturday, BlueBet Stadium

Match report: Moses masterful as Eels shut out Panthers

Judiciary: No charges

Injuries: Mavrik Geyer (dislocated elbow)

Match Highlights: Panthers v Eels

Rabbitohs v Dragons: Saturday, Glen Willow Oval, Mudgee

Match report: Dragons hold out Rabbitohs in razzle-dazzle Charity Shield

Judiciary: No charges

Injuries: No injuries reported

Match Highlights: Rabbitohs v Dragons

Cowboys v Broncos: Saturday, BP Print Stadium, Mackay

Match report: Cowboys outgun Broncos in final trial

Judiciary: No charges

Injuries: No injuries reported

Match Highlights: Cowboys v Broncos

Storm v Knights: Sunday, Mars Stadium, Wendouree

Match report: Storm ease to win over Knights but lose Johns

Judiciary: No charges

Injuries: Cooper Johns (shoulder) Bradman Best (knee)

Match Highlights: Storm v Knights

Sharks v Bulldogs: Monday, PointsBet Stadium 

Match report: Sharks cruise to big win over Bulldogs

Judiciary: Any charges will be announced on Tuesday.

Injuries: Wade Graham (ankle)

Match Highlights: Sharks v Bulldogs

Warriors v Titans: Monday, Cbus Super Stadium

Warriors-Titans pre-season trial cancelled due to extreme weather


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