A wet and soggy Wellington greeted the players with the Raiders, the home side, keeping the Warriors winless in windy city defeating them by 18-10.
A good old fashioned mud bath at the SCG finally went in favour of the Dragons by 18-16 over the Rabbitohs.
TRY as they did the Bulldogs could not haul in the visiting Broncos at Telstra Stadium, going down in the end by 24-0, the first time since 2001 the Bulldogs have not posted any points in a match.
A solid performance by the Roosters to defeat the Knights by 36 - 14 at Aussie Stadium.
ROUND 5 of the NSWRL Premier League came up with some interesting results, none more so than top of the table Parramatta beaten by an impressive looking Newtown Jets side.
ROUND 6 of the NSWRL Premier League starts again tomorrow, Saturday 17th May, after all eyes will be on the NSWRL City v Country clash tonight.
ROUND 4 of the New Zealand Bartercard Cup has some great battles looming. Both unbeaten sides, Hibiscus Coast Raiders and Mt Albert Lions will have their work cut out, with the opposition wanting nothing better than to knock them off the top spots.
HIBISCUS Coast Raiders and defending Bartercard Cup champions Mt Albert remain the only unbeaten teams after three rounds in the NZ Bartercard Cup rugby league competition.
ROUND 5 already of New Zealand's Bartercard Cup and already the top teams of the competition are starting to cement their places. Stand out performances by the Hibicus Coast Raiders have seen them remain the only unbeaten team so far.
ROUND 4 of New Zealand's Bartercard Cup saw one or two upsets amongst them 2002 champions Mt Albert losing their first game in 2003.