ENGLAND scored 12 tries in a 66-12 display of exciting footy over France in their mid-season international in Paris on Saturday.
A small but passionate crowd of 6,232 in Gosford tonight saw the Titans clinch victory from the hands of defeat against by 24-20 against a Roosters side with grim determination.
CAPTAIN Trent Barrett led his Sharks side to victory this afternoon at Toyota Park by defeating the Vodafone Warriors 18-10 in front of 14,000 plus supporters
LOCAL derby time at Toyota Stadium tonight as the visiting St George Illawarra Dragons handed the Cronulla Sharks their 9th defeat in a row by 26-4.
A Man of the Match performance was in order from Kurt Gidley as he led his side from the front - the Knights continuing on their winning way in outshining the Roosters 38-6 at the Sydney Football Stadium.
A tough battle was predicted at Skilled Park this afternoon between the Titans and the Rabbitohs, and no one was disappointed with the home side coming away the victors in the end by 22-14.
WIND and rain in Melbourne tonight could not stop an exciting game going down to the wire at Olympic Park where the Storm and the Warriors fought it out for 90 minutes on a soggy field, to end up at a 14 all scoreline.
A tough battle at CUA Stadium tonight in front of nearly 16,000 rather vocal supporters has seen the Panthers back up from Monday night football to defeat the Wests Tigers by 42 to 22.
ST George Illawarra Dragons and their new coach Wayne Bennett have toughed out their first victory in the 2009 NRL season...
SOUTH Sydney supporters will be smiling all week after their side today showed the NRL world that in 2009 they are here to play, and to win, starting this afternoon by totally annihilating the Roosters by 52-12 at Sydney Football Stadium.