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.
VERY similar to their Pacific Island counterparts Tonga, Toa Samoa today came out completely fired up and defeated a flat looking French side by 42-10.
THE Tongans most certainly saved their best for last in this World Cup tournament as they absolutely demolished a very tired and hot Scottish side this evening in a very humid Rockhampton, winning by an impressive 48-0.
TOTAL commitment and class by the Fijian side in their first match of the Cup tournament saw them totally demolish the much favoured French side by 42-6 at WIN Stadium this evening.
A try fest in Canberra today by both sides, with 16 tries in total, will see the Canberra Raiders finishing the 2008 season in 6th position, just ahead of the Dragons, while the Canterbury Bulldogs will take away the 2008 Wooden Spoon.
A solid performance by St George Illawarra Dragons this afternoon over the NZ Warriors by 34 - 6 has placed a finals spot well and truly within their grasp.