A low-scoring first half saw both sides get over for an unconverted try, with Danny Levi darting through from dummy-half for Newcastle before a Darius Boyd cut-out pass gifted Jordan Kahu an easy one in the corner. On their first set of the second half Brisbane hit the lead after Kahu scored on an almost identical play to that of his first-half try, with Boyd again laying on the assist.The match started to open up around the 12-minute mark, and Peter Mata’utia was in the perfect spot to get a touch on the ball after the Broncos lost possession on the try-line.But a third from Kahu and a bonus try to Auckland local Matiu Love-Henry ended any hope of a Newcastle comeback, with Brisbane comfortable 21-8 winners in the end. Broncos 21 (Jordan Kahu 3, Matiu Love-Henry tries) def. Knights 8 (Danny Levi, Peter Mata’utia tries). Half-time: 4-4.
MIAMI (WSVN) – Florida Gov. Rick Scott has announced that the unemployment rate in the Miami area has gone down.Scott said over 14,000 new jobs have been added to the private sector, and he’s glad to see businesses helping improve the job market since last month.“We’ve added almost 18,000 more jobs in the month of September,” he said. “We’re now up in five years and nine months to 122,500 jobs in a very short period of time, so congratulations to everyone.”Scott said he supports Donald Trump because he believes Trump would create more jobs than Hillary Clinton.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.