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Now that Round 1 of the 2016 NRL Telstra Premiership is just around the corner, it's time to wrap up the pre-season that was for the Sydney Roosters.

From the highly anticipated NRL All Stars clash to the World Club Series, take a look at all the results from a successful Roosters pre-season. 


The Roosters Under 20s side went undefeated in all three trial games in 2016. 
With some fresh faces in the squad and still keeping the core of last year, the recipe looks good for this side to cook up some wins in the new season.

WIN v Rabbitohs | 16-8 | Friday, February 5th, Redfern Oval

WIN v Wests Tigers | 28-22 | Saturday, February 13th, Kirkham Oval

WIN v Dragons | 34-18 | Saturday, February 20th, WIN Stadium


After narrowly missing out on a Grand Final win in 2015, the Roos have had a competitive pre-season.

They had a close loss against the Wests Tigers first up, then  would go on to defeat the Illawarra Cutters in their second trial.

They will play their third trial on Friday night at Cessnock Sports Ground against the Newcastle Knights

LOSS v Wests Tigers | 16-20 | Saturday, February 15th, Kirkham Oval

WIN v Illawarra Cutters | 24-22 | February 20th, WIN Stadium


Kane Evans was selected to play for the World All Stars in the annual NRL All Stars clash at Suncorp Stadium.

Evans had a strong game off the bench and was a solid contributor in the World All Stars narrow win.

World All Stars WIN v Indigenous All Stars | 12-8 | Saturday, February 13th, Suncorp Stadium


The Roosters were unlucky to go 1-3 at the NRL Auckland Nines weekend, but the young side can take plenty of positivies out of their performances. 

They would lose their first two games when leading in the final minute to late tries for the Rabbitohs and Eels.

Game three against the Storm was a dominant performance, but it wouldn't be enough to go through to the next round.

Game One: LOSS v Rabbitohs | 14-13 | February 6-7th, Eden Park

Game Two: LOSS v Eels | 11-14 | February 6-7th, Eden Park

Game Three: WIN v Storm | 26-7 | February 6-7th, Eden Park


The Roosters put on a dominant performance against St Helens in the World Club Series. 

After giving Roosters fans a good chance to see the new recruits for 2016, it's now time to get excited about the upcoming season.

WIN v St. Helens Saints | 38-12 | February 20th, Langtree Park

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