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Six teams remain undefeated after 99 tries were scored on the first day of the Downer NRL Auckland Nines at Eden Park.

The Sharks and Titans opened the Nines with Kane Elgey scoring the first try of the tournament and recording a successful return to rugby league after a lengthy injury stint.

The Panthers, Sea Eagles and Eels secured two wins from two outings, while all three Queensland teams (Broncos, Cowboys and Titans) head into day two in good shape.

Players from the Queensland teams also led the try scoring on Saturday, with Jordan Kahu (Broncos) and Gideon Gela-Mosby (Cowboys) each claiming five tries.

Jai Field produced a strong performance for the Dragons, with three tries in two matches.

The Harvey Norman Jillaroos started strongly against the Kiwi Ferns in the first of three matches during the Nines, recording a 20-4 win.

The Sharks, Bulldogs, Dragons, Warriors, Tigers and Rabbitohs are yet to record a win and will be aiming to change their fortunes in the first half of the tournament on Sunday.

Day two begins at 10.35am NZ (7.35am Qld), with the Sharks taking on the Bulldogs first up.

2017 Downer NRL Auckland Nines

Titans 29 d Sharks 4 
Panthers 28 d Bulldogs 18 
Eels 32 d Dragons 11 
Sea Eagles 15 d Warriors 11
Knights 18 d Tigers 10 
Broncos 18 d Storm 4 
Cowboys 27 d Roosters 15 
Raiders 15 d Rabbitohs 12 
Jillaroos 20 d Ferns 4 
Panthers 16 d Sharks 14 
Titans 17 d Bulldogs 10 
Sea Eagles 23 d Dragons 20 
Eels 17 d Warriors 0 
Broncos 21 d Knights 8 
Storm 14 d Tigers 6 
Cowboys 35 d Raiders 6 
Roosters 14 d Rabbitohs 7