The Storm host Canterbury in their first match at home in Melbourne this season.

Earlier, the Dolphins sent their fans in Redcliffe into a frenzy, making it two from two with a 20-14 victory over Canberra.

Meanwhile, the Sydney Roosters rebounded from their shock loss to the Dolphins in round one with a 20-12 defeat of the Warriors.

Check out all the live scores and stats below.

Storm vs Bulldogs

Team stats

Play-by-play

Dolphins fight back to beat Raiders

Three Dolphins NRL players embrace as they celebrate a try.
The Dolphins came from behind to defeat the Raiders in Redcliffe.(AAP: Darren England)

The Dolphins have continued their remarkable start to NRL life with a 20-14 defeat of Canberra 20-14 in Redcliffe.

After blitzing the Roosters on a dry Lang Park track in their NRL debut, Wayne Bennett’s side showed they could do it on a soaking wet Saturday at their spiritual home.

They prevailed against the Raiders, despite trailing 12-0 during the first half.

Hamiso Tabuia-Fidow jumped on a loose ball to score before the half-time break, however, before the Dolphins gritted their teeth and defended early in the second term.

Finally afforded some territory, Tom Gilbert was awarded a try after jostling with Matthew Timoko to level the scores with 18 minutes to play.

Tabuia-Fidow then ran smartly from dummy-half and drew a professional foul from Hudson Young.

The back rower was sin-binned for the rest of the match and the Dolphins edged ahead by two points, courtesy of a Jamayne Isaako penalty goal.

But Dolphins halfback Sean O’Sullivan soon joined Young on the sidelines when he was sin-binned for a controversial hit that was deemed late and high on Corey Harawira-Naera.

Yet the Dolphins had the final say when teenage five-eighth Isaiya Katoa offloaded to Tabuai-Fidow for his second try to send the soaked 10,000-strong crowd into raptures.

They became just the third team, after the Brisbane Broncos and Melbourne Storm, to win their first two premiership matches.

Canberra’s Jack Wighton was everywhere in the first 25 minutes, touching the ball 14 times and also leaping to dislodge Isaako of possession as he lunged for the corner.

A Dolphins NRL players carries the ball as he is about to meet the Raiders defence.
Jarrod Wallace (left) makes a hit-up for the Dolphins against the Raiders.(Getty Images: Bradley Kanaris)

The Raiders five-eighth had already crossed himself, wandering to the right edge and surging over to break the Dolphins’ defence after some sustained pressure.

The visitors found space down the right 15 minutes later, with Nick Cotric’s converted try making it 10-0.

Jeremy Marshall-King was then sin-binned and placed on report for a hip-drop tackle on Corey Horsburgh.

But the Dolphins scored while a player down to breathe life into the contest. Sebastian Kris fumbled a Sean O’Sullivan grubber kick, allowing Tabuai-Fidow to plant the seeds for the home side’s incredible comeback.

Roosters get home against Warriors

A Warriors NRL player holds the ball as he is tackled by a Sydney Roosters opponent.
Warriors winger Edward Kosi (left) is tackled by Roosters back rower Egan Butcher.(Getty Images: Mark Kolbe)

Luke Keary and Joseph Suaali’i have offered a glimpse of the new-look Sydney Roosters’ left-edge potency, as the Tricolours survived a late scare to hold off the Warriors.

Dominant for most of the match and with enough chances to ice the result early, the Roosters were forced to hold through a nervous late period at Sydney Football Stadium.

But after the Warriors blew three chances of their own while down 18-12 late, Sam Walker sealed the match with a penalty goal for an escort with five minutes to play.

There were some concerns for the Roosters, however, with Suaali’i placed on report for a late hit on Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad, and Brandon Smith suffering a rib injury.

Right-side winger Jaxson Paulo bagged two tries in the win as the Roosters went some way to silencing their critics after a shock-opening round loss to the Dolphins.

However, it will be the promise of things to come down the Roosters’ left edge with Keary at five-eighth and Suaali’i at centre that will excite the club’s fans most.

The two combined for a brilliant try to make it 18-6 midway through the second half when Keary dummied to his right and then passed to his left to put Suaali’i into space.

From there the teenager bust down field and eventually found Walker looming up in support to score.

It was one of two times Suaali’i was able to get into clean air in the second half, with Walker putting him into space again minutes later through the centre of the field.

The ball ultimately went to ground when Suaali’i attempted to find James Tedesco, in a moment that summed up the Roosters’ afternoon.

They looked in control from the outset when Tedesco put Paulo over in the fourth minute and took the ascendancy again in the second half when Joey Manu helped the winger over for his second.

But with Nicoll-Klokstad and Jackson Ford off with concussions and Josh Curran a hip injury, the Warriors threatened to pull off an unlikely upset.

Marata Niukore got the visitors back in the match at 18-12 when he broke through and helped Addin Fonua-Blake cross under the posts with 18 minutes to play.

Then in the space of five minutes the Warriors failed to make use of a Wayde Egan bust, had Edward Kosi play the ball to no-one when on the attack and watched Dylan Walker drop the ball metres out from the line.

It proved costly when Walker iced his late penalty goal, and helped the Roosters join the Warriors with a 1-1 win-loss record after two rounds.

Fixtures

Ladder

AAP/ABC

dan