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16:33  13 july  2019
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The finals hopes of Brisbane and the Warriors remain up in the air after they played out a rare NRL draw, with the scores locked up at 18-all after a 90 minute golden point thriller on Saturday night.

The Broncos reeled in a 16-6 halftime deficit but it wasn't enough to avoid the first draw since round 21 in 2016 when coincidentally Cronulla also remained level with Gold Coast Titans at 18-all.

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However, they are sweating on their finals hopes after neither side could nail a golden point-winning field goal, with a total of six attempts sailing past the uprights in the 10 minute extra-time period.

Both sides now languish three points outside the top eight.

Brisbane appeared to have iced the result when teenage back-rower David Fifita backed up from Queensland's heart breaking State of Origin series defeat to score a blockbusting 66th minute try.

Fifita, 19, cut through five defenders to give the hosts an 18-16 lead with the Warriors' will seemingly broken.

However the visitors got a final chance to send the match into overtime when Tevita Pangai were penalised for a strip in the 77th minute and hooker Issac Luke coolly stepped up to slot the kick.

That was the last time anyone booted truly for the match with Warriors half Kodi Nikorima spraying three golden point field goals attempts and Brisbane's James Segeyaro and Anthony Milford messing up another trio in a heart-stopping finish.

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Earlier, Brisbane cut the halftime deficit to 16-12 after skipper Darius Boyd crashed over in the 46th minute before Fifita's heroics appeared to give Brisbane a second straight win.

The Warriors grabbed a 10-point halftime lead after carving up Brisbane's right side edge.

Brisbane drew first blood when prop Payne Haas ran off Jake Turpin to power over in the seventh minute but after that it was all one way traffic.

Adam Blair showed uncharacteristic speed off fellow ex-Bronco Nikorima to score in the 14th minute before Luke burrowed over seven minutes later.

Some Roger Tuivasa-Sheck magic set up David Fusitu'a's 33rd minute four-pointer to ensure the Broncos were on the rack by the main break

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