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Pompeii dragged off the field with a leg injury later in the match after focusing on offense and defense.
But rewards are two key points of competition with the traditional Anzac clashes scheduled for the upcoming Melbourne Storm next week.
Warriors wins three games in three games and finishes in the top eight on the weekend.
Despite starting with a goal that was lacking in the defeat of his last play to Manly a week ago, Dragons winger Corey Ramsey is scattered in the corner with an impressive full-back Matt Dafty assist. At that time, the Warriors leaked the first attempt at the match.
However, the Warriors continued to play with confidence, with Nathan Brown’s side taking the lead when Tofu Harris scored in the 13th minute.
Bench player Paul Turner, who replaced Hiku, made an opportunistic attempt on the next set after Dafty made a mistake in the Dragons’ in-goal to extend the Warriors’ lead to eight.
Mikaele Lakarawa tried in the second half of the first half, and the Warriors took a 12-8 lead to the hut at the break.
The second half was a bit of arm wrestling, with both sides struggling to break defensive resistance until Duffy pounded and the high-weight Corey Norman grabber pushed the dragon forward.
However, the Warriors were not denied that day, and took the lead again with 10 minutes remaining through inspirational skipper Roger Tuivasa Sheck.
Shortly after playing his 100th NRL match, the rugby star went on the road to the tryline after being placed in the half gap by Kodiniko Lima.
This attempt capped a great display from Tuivasa-Sheck, adding 265 rammeters and two line breaks to his four key pointers.
Nikolima added a five-minute penalty to play, and the Warriors won their first win since the thriller against Canberra Raiders last month.
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