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It's International Saturday for rugby league, with three big Pacific Tests.


New Zealand have gotten things rolling with a 26-6 win over Tonga in Auckland, marking rugby league's return to Auckland's Mt Smart Stadium.


The action is moving to Campbelltown in Sydney, with an international double-header โ€” first up is Samoa taking on Cook Islands, then Papua New Guinea plays Fiji to wrap things up.


Check out all the live scores and results below.


Rugby league returned to Mt Smart Stadium for the first time since 2019, and the atmosphere was electric as New Zealand dominated Tonga.


Already fired up from the Kiwi Ferns' 50-12 demolition of Tonga's women's side, the Auckland crowd was electric as the Kiwis' Haka and Mate Ma'a Tonga's Sipi Tau opened proceedings in the men's game.


And while the side's matched each other's cultural offerings, New Zealand started hot and held on against the Tongan side, running out 26-6 winners.


With usual tenants the Warriors stranded in Australia since the pandemic-stricken 2020 NRL season, Mt Smart had not hosted top-flight rugby league since 2019, and the local fans got a chance to see their male stars shine immediately in their blockbuster clash with Tonga.


Halfback Jahrome Hughes flashed the hot-stepping that has brought him so many points for Melbourne, stepping in between Sitili Tupouniua and Addin Fonua-Blake and muscling the ball to the ground to open the scoring in the fourth minute.


The Storm connection continued to serve the Kiwis well when a Kenny Bromwich offload led to the following Jordan Rapana try, before winger Sione Katoa struck back for Tonga to settle the scoreline, but send the red-and-white-clad fans over the moon.


Katoa's Cronulla teammate, Ronaldo Mulitalo, hit back for the Kiwis on the half-hour mark, while Tonga floundered for the rest of the first half, struggling particularly with their fifth-tackle options as halves Kotoni Staggs and Talatau Amone often failed to get clean kicks away.


Finishing sets remained an issue after half-time, but New Zealand could not find a way through the staunch Tongan defence until Isaiah Papali'i caught a deft ball from James Fisher-Harris and stretched out to score on the hour.


From there, New Zealand did not give Tonga another look, although the rapturous fans did not seem to mind, with referee Grant Atkins admitting "I can't hear much at the moment" during a captain's challenge in the final minutes.


Papua New Guinea vs Fiji live stream starts on 25 June 2022 at 14:00 UTC time at Twickenham Stadium, London


The fixture will be the fourth time the two sides have met during the Super Rugby play-offs, and their first knock-out encounter since 20125. Head Coach Scott Robertson has named his side, and it includes the return of Fiji Codie Taylor, Richie Mo'unga and Jack Goodhue to start, as well as a 50th cap for loosehead prop, George Bower.


Taylor's inclusion at hooker is the only change in the starting forward pack this week, while Fletcher Newell is refreshed from a week off to provide tighthead cover for Oli Jager in the reserves.


Bryn Hall, who was a late withdrawal from the side on Saturday night after tweaking his back in the warm up, is fit to start at halfback this week, and will line up alongside Mo'unga at first five-eighth.


Goodhue's return to the midfield means Braydon Ennor takes a spot on the bench, while right wing Sevu Reece, who currently leads the competition with 15 line-breaks in the 2022 season, has been cleared to play after leaving the field for a head injury assessment (HIA) last weekend.


"Finals footy is a really special time, but it's also a whole new level, so we're going to have to step up if we want to earn ourselves another week in this competition," Robertson said.


"Both sides will have learnt a bit about one another last week, and it's a pretty unique scenario to have back to back games against the same opposition. This is knock-out rugby though, and Queensland know what it's like to play in these big games, so we're taking nothing for granted with our preparation this week and we're going to need our fans right behind us in the stands for this one."


Viliame Kikau, who is arguably the most potent backrower in the NRL with Penrith, has been elevated to Bati co-captain and he said Fijiโ€™s goal was to at least qualify for the World Cup final. ersreysrt

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