BRO
No.Name
1Tesi Niu, FB
T
3Kotoni Staggs, C
T
2
4Brenko Lee, C
5Jordan Pereira, W
6Ezra Mam, FE
T
7Adam Reynolds, SH
4
8Keenan Palasia, P
9Billy Walters, H
10Ryan James, FR
11Zac Hosking, SR
12Jordan Riki, SR
13Kobe Hetherington, L
14Cory Paix, R
Replacements
15Rhys Kennedy, R
16Xavier Willison, R
17Tyson Gamble, R
18Delouise Hoeter, W
T
2
20Deine Mariner, RSV

*Players currently on the pitch are shown in bold

Game Info

Venue: Suncorp Stadium
2:05 AM, July 10, 2022

Match Commentary

73'32-18 Zac Lomax converts for St. George Illawarra Dragons
72'32-16 Delight for the St. George Illawarra Dragons fans as Cody Ramsey crosses for a try.
62'32-12 Adam Reynolds converts for Brisbane Broncos

Match Stats

BRO
DRA
187Runs187
1590Meters Run1443
8Clean Breaks5
309Tackles328
38Missed Tackles33
0Turnover Knock On0

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