The NZ Warriors defeated Wests Tigers 22-2 at Mt Smart Stadium in their first home game in more than two years. Here's how it all went down.
In their first home game in more than two years, the Warriors were in charge from the opening whistle, leading by 12 points at half-time.
Tohu Harris and Chanel Harris-Tavita were the try scorers in the first half.
Jesse Arthurs added a third after the break, with accurate goal-kicking from Shaun Johnson who scored five from five.
Mt Smart Stadium was sold out for today's match, even though the Warriors have had a tumultuous season - they sit 15th in the NRL standings with four wins from 15 games. They broke a seven-game losing streak with this win.
Catch up on the action with the live blog from Jamie Wall.