WITH the inception of the Under 20's Toyota Cup in 2008, many were sceptical as to how successful the competition would actually be.
IT would've been a tough ask for any severely injured NRL side to defeat the Storm at home. Unfotunately the Bulldogs fell way short as they were hammered by the Storm 46-0 tonight in Melbourne.
WITH the Brisbane Broncos missing key players, the Sea Eagles easily defeated the home side by 30-12 in front of a smaller crowd than usual at Suncorp Stadium this afternoon in Brisbane.
IN front of an almost full house in Newcastle, the Knights have brought the Gold Coast Titans 6 game victory run to an abrupt end, defeating the visitors by a narrow 13-12.
GOLD Coast Titans have this afternoon created history for the club, defeating the Vodafone Warriors at Skilled Park by 36-24, and in doing so now have won 5 consecutive games, never before achieved by the Titans
HEARTBREAK for Dragons players and supporters as the side went down tonight in extra time to Cronulla Sharks by 18-16, after Jason Ryles was penalised late in the very first tackle count. The boot of Luke Covell sealing the fate of the home side.
CANTERBURY Bulldogs piled on 22 unanswered points in the second half of their match against Wests Tigers to defeat them comfortably, 32-12.
SYDNEY City Roosters have shown tonight why they are real contenders in 2008, as they dealt the Melbourne Storm their second defeat in a row, by 10-6.
A small but vocal crowd turned out at CUA Stadium to see the home side go down to the Raiders by 20-16, in what turned out to be a determined effort by the Canberra side.
WHO'D like to be a footy fan? Tonight at the newly named ANZ Stadium, Sydney, Bulldogs and Eels fans were treated to both the euphoria of a team on fire, and the lows of a bumbling side. The Parramatta Eels finally won the battle of a 'game of two halves'