General 2017 Warriors Draw/Fixtures

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https://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/s...y/news-story/5e20811559519d40302cefd87908712c

I read the article but can't get back into it with the paywall. Can anyone copy it?

It says our last 3 home games are a Friday night game against the Sharks and 2 Sunday 4pm games against Raiders and Sea Eagles.

We also play Rabbitohs away on a Friday night 6pm Aus time and Newcastle on Saturday afternoon 3pm Aus time. Last round against the tigers is on a Sunday afternoon.. can't recall the time.
Final six NRL rounds revealed: When your team will play
DAVID RICCIO, The Sunday Telegraph
June 25, 2017 7:00am
Subscriber only
HERE it is. The crucial last six rounds of the NRL premiership draw.

Every team, every timeslot and most importantly, the key match-ups that will decide the final top-eight, minor premiership and dreaded wooden spoon.

The Sunday Telegraph has obtained the first-look at the NRL’s yet to be released final draft for scheduling for rounds 21 to 26 of the 2017 season.

After close consultation with host broadcasters Fox Sports and Nine, it’s anticipated the NRL will make the schedule of the final six rounds of the premiership draw available to fans and members on Monday.

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Highlights of the final six rounds include:

* The Eels handed a dream final six weeks in regards to rehabilitation and recovery; playing only Thursday and Friday nights until week one of the finals.

* A return to the Sydney Cricket Ground for Friday night football to coincide with Fox Sports “Retro Round” between the Dragons and Rabbitohs in round 22

* The possibility of the minor premiership being decided on Saturday August 12 in round 23 with premiership-favourites Melbourne hosting the currently second-placed Roosters at AAMI Park.

* Premiers Cronulla being forced to ‘go troppo’ by playing Brisbane at Suncorp Stadium on a Friday night in round 23 before then flying north to Townsville to tackle the Cowboys six days later

* The Raiders wanting desperately to cement their top-eight spot prior to a daunting final round match-up and 2016 preliminary final replay with the Storm on September 2 at AAMI Park

* The possibility of the last-placed wooden spoon not being unable to be decided until the last Sunday of the regular season with Newcastle, the Wests Tigers and Bulldogs all drawn to play on September 3 of the final round.

* What length the Tigers administration go to farewell departing local juniors Aaron Woods and James Tedesco on a Sunday night at Leichhardt Oval in the final match of the regular season

All Saturday night matches over the final six rounds of the premiership will be televised simulcast on both Nine and Fox Sports.

Both Nine and Fox Sports have worked together with the NRL to finalise a draw focused on ensuring every club has minimal, if any, five-day turnarounds.

The fast-finishing Panthers are one team who favoured well with six days being their longest turnaround over the final six weeks.

And the season-ending shoulder injury to Johnathan Thurston hasn’t only hurt Queensland’s Origin claims, it’s also robbed the NRL of a massive marketing campaign ahead of the Roosters round 21 clash with North Queensland.

The Saturday night 7.30pm fixture at Allianz Stadium would’ve seen Thurston match-up with Roosters and NSW halfback Mitchell Pearce just 17 days after the Origin III decider.

However unlike the blow to Thurston, the NRL could be handed a ratings-winner should former NSW and current Cronulla captain Paul Gallen remain injury-free over the final month of the season.

Gallen, who goes into Sunday’s clash with Manly on 294 first-grade games, would play his 300th NRL match in Queensland, of all places, against the Brisbane Broncos on a Friday night in round 23.

Still on the Broncos, both they and the Cowboys, have received the much-desired Thursday night draw in the final round 26.

The two Queensland team’s have developed an incredible and fierce rivalry over the past five years.

And given they have received the longest-possible turnaround between the last round and week one of the finals, all 34-players will undoubtedly leave everything out on 1300Smiles Stadium.

THE FULL NRL DRAW FOR ROUNDS 21-26

ROUND 21
Thursday (July 27)

Panthers v Bulldogs, Pepper Stadium (NINE), 7:50pm

Friday (July 28)

Warriors v Sharks, Mt Smart Stadium (FOX), 6pm

Eels v Broncos, ANZ Stadium (NINE), 7:50pm

Saturday (July 29)

Knights v Dragons, McDonald Jones Stadium (FOX), 3pm

Rabbitohs v Raiders, ANZ Stadium (FOX), 5:30pm

Roosters v Cowboys, Allianz Stadium (FOX), 7:30pm

Sunday (July 30)

Storm v Sea Eagles, AAMI Park (FOX), 2pm

Titans v Tigers, CBus Super Stadium (NINE), 4:00pm

ROUND 22
Thursday (August 3)

Bulldogs v Eels, ANZ Stadium (NINE), 7:50pm

Friday (August 4)

Dragons v Rabbitohs, Sydney Cricket Ground (FOX), 6:00pm

Cowboys v Storm, 1300Smiles Stadium (NINE), 7:50pm

Saturday (August 5)

Knights v Warriors, McDonald Jones Stadium (FOX), 3pm

Titans v Broncos, CBus Super Stadium (FOX), 5:30pm

Sharks v Raiders, Southern Cross Group Stadium (FOX), 7:30pm

Sunday (August 6)

Sea Eagles v Roosters, Lottoland (FOX), 2pm

Panthers v Tigers, Pepper Stadium (NINE), 4pm

ROUND 23
Thursday (August 10)

Rabbitohs v Bulldogs, ANZ Stadium (NINE), 7:50pm

Friday (August 11)

Eels v Knights, ANZ Stadium (FOX), 6pm

Broncos v Sharks, Suncorp Stadium (NINE), 7:50pm

Saturday (August 12)

Dragons v Titans, UOW Jubilee Oval (FOX), 3pm

Storm v Roosters, AAMI Park (FOX), 5:30pm

Panthers v Cowboys, Pepper Stadium (FOX), 7:30pm

Sunday (August 13)

Warriors v Raiders, Mt Smart Stadium (FOX), 2pm

Tigers v Sea Eagles, Leichhardt Oval (NINE), 4pm

ROUND 24
Thursday (August 17)

Eels v Titans, ANZ Stadium (NINE), 7:50pm

Friday (August 18)

Rabbitohs v Warriors, ANZ Stadium (FOX), 6pm

Broncos v Dragons, Suncorp Stadium (NINE), 7:50pm

Saturday (August 19)

Knights v Storm, McDonald Jones Stadium (FOX), 3pm

Roosters v Tigers, Allianz Stadium (FOX), 5:30pm

Cowboys v Sharks, 1300Smiles Stadium (FOX), 7:30pm

Sunday (August 20)

Raiders v Panthers, GIO Stadium (FOX), 2pm

Bulldogs v Sea Eagles, ANZ Stadium (NINE), 4pm

ROUND 25
Thursday (August 24)

Broncos v Eels, Suncorp Stadium (NINE) 7:50pm

Friday (August 25)

Raiders v Knights, GIO Stadium (FOX), 6pm

Tigers v Cowboys, Campbelltown Stadium (NINE), 7:50pm

Saturday (August 26)

Titans v Bulldogs, CBus Super Stadium (FOX) 3pm

Storm v Rabbitohs, AAMI Park (FOX), 5:30pm

Sharks v Roosters, Southern Cross Group Stadium (FOX), 7:30pm

Sunday (August 27)

Warriors v Sea Eagles, Mt Smart Stadium (FOX), 2pm

Panthers v Dragons, Pepper Stadium (NINE), 4pm

ROUND 26
Thursday (August 31)

Cowboys v Broncos, 1300Smiles Stadium (NINE), 7:50pm

Friday (September 1)

Eels v Rabbitohs, ANZ Stadium (NINE), 7:50pm

Saturday (September 2)

Roosters v Titans, Allianz Stadium (FOX), 3pm

Sea Eagles v Panthers, Lottoland (FOX), 5:30pm

Storm v Raiders, AAMI Park (FOX), 7:30pm

Sunday (September 3)

Knights v Sharks, McDonald Jones Stadium (FOX), 2pm

Dragons v Bulldogs, ANZ Stadium (NINE), 4pm

Tigers v Warriors, Leichhardt Oval (FOX), 6:30pm
 
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ROUND 21

Friday (July 28)

Warriors v Sharks, Mt Smart Stadium (FOX), 6pm

Saturday (August 5)

Knights v Warriors, McDonald Jones Stadium (FOX), 3pm

ROUND 23

Sunday (August 13)

Warriors v Raiders, Mt Smart Stadium (FOX), 2pm

ROUND 24

Friday (August 18)

Rabbitohs v Warriors, ANZ Stadium (FOX), 6pm

ROUND 25

Sunday (August 27)

Warriors v Sea Eagles, Mt Smart Stadium (FOX), 2pm

ROUND 26

Sunday (September 3)

Tigers v Warriors, Leichhardt Oval (FOX), 6:30pm
 
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mt.wellington

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That leaked draw was bang on the money as far as the Warriors are concerned. This is from the Warriors email with local times...

[Schedule] Final six rounds confirmed
Mon 26th June, 10:59AM


A Friday night match against defending champions Cronulla and Sunday afternoon dates against Canberra and Manly have been fixed for the last three regular season home games of the Vodafone Warriors’ 2017 NRL campaign.

Full details for the final six rounds were released by the NRL today with confirmation of a Mount Smart Stadium blockbuster against the Sharks on Friday, July 28 (8.00pm kick-off).

It will be the Vodafone Warriors’ seventh Friday night game after Melbourne (home), Canterbury-Bankstown (away), St George Illawarra (home), Parramatta (away) and Canterbury-Bankstown (home) last week with Penrith still to come at Mount Smart Stadium on Friday, July 14 (8.00pm).

After a road trip to Newcastle in round 22, the Vodafone Warriors take on Canberra at Mount Smart Stadium on Sunday, August 13 (4.00pm).

They’re away for another Friday night match in round 24 to South Sydney before their final regular season home game against Manly on Sunday, August 27 (4.00pm).

They’re away to Wests Tigers at Leichhardt Oval for their final match on Sunday, September 3.

ROUNDS 17-26
(NB: local kick-off times listed)

Rd 17 - Sat July 1, 3.30pm v Sea Eagles @ nib Stadium, Perth

Rd 18 - July 6-9 -Bye

Rd 19 - Fri July 14, 8.00pm v Penrith @ Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland

Rd 20 - Sat July 22, 7.30pm v Cowboys @ 1300SMILES Stadium, Townsville

Rd 21 - Fri July 28, 8.00pm v Sharks @ Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland

Rd 22 - Sat August 5, 3.00pm v Knights @ McDonald Jones Stadium, Newcastle

Rd 23 - Sun August 13, 4.00pm v Raiders @ Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland

Rd 24 - Fri August 18, 6.00pm v Rabbitohs @ ANZ Stadium, Sydney

Rd 25 - Sun August 27, 4.00pm v Sea Eagles @ Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland

Rd 26 - Sun Sep 3, 6.30pm v Wests Tigers @ Leichhardt Oval, Sydney

FINALS
1 September 8-10 - Qualifying Semi Finals

2 September 15-16 - Semi Finals

3 September 22-23 - Preliminary Finals

4 October 1 - Grand Final
 

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