With three wins on the trot, the Ngatangiia/ Matavera Sea Eagles are establishing themselves as a team to watch as the first round of the domestic rugby league competition comes to a close.
Nukupure Park will host the domestic rugby league’s competition game of the week this afternoon, as the Ngatangiia/Matavera Sea Eagles host the Titikaveka Bulldogs.
Cook Islander Valentine Holmes has been put on notice by the Queensland coach Kevin Walters, who has declared that Greg Inglis will be an automatic selection come State of Origin time.
Ngatangiia/Matavera Sea Eagles have recruited two Papua New Guinea-based players to help bolster their campaign for the remainder of the domestic rugby league season.
Cook Islander Brad Takairangi is expected to be out until week 10 of the NRL season, after copping a stray elbow to the face this past weekend.
Avatiu Nikao Eels finished top of the table after round one of the domestic rugby league competition following a superb 28-10 win over defending champions Titikaveka Bulldogs.
Titikaveka Bulldogs will have to dig deep to stop the rampaging Avatiu Nikao Eels in the domestic rugby league feature match of round six today at Teimurimotia Park.
There were two sets of brothers at opposite ends but there was certainly no love lost when Avatiu Nikao Eels hosted Tupapa Panthers on Saturday.