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    A clean-sweep for New Zealand's three sporting franchises in Australia

    A clean-sweep for New Zealand's three sporting franchises in Australia

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    Warriors coach Nathan Brown's praising his side's slick ball movement after their 20-14 NRL win over the Dragons.

    The Warriors trailed by two heading into the last 12 minutes before captain Roger Tuivasa-Sheck shrugged off three defenders to give his side the lead.

    Brown says they bounced back from last week's disappointment against Manly.

    The Warriors are eighth with three wins and six points after six rounds - Penrith remain unbeaten.


    Meanwhile, for the Phoenix against Perth...

    They've secured a 3-1 win, scoring all their goals in the second half.

    The Phoenix are ninth with six wins from 17 matches.

    Breakers coach Dan Shamir's been buoyed by the development of import guard Levi Randolph.

    He top-scored with 23 points in his side's 83-78 Australian Basketball League win over the Wildcats.

    Shamir says Randolph's a major point of their attack.

    The Breakers remain eighth of the nine teams.

    © 2021 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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