THE Penrith Panthers have capped off a brilliant regular season campaign by securing a top four spot with a dominant 22-6 victory over the New Zealand Warriors.
A brilliant 30-16 has propelled the North Queensland Cowboys into the top four, and has denied the Sea Eagles the Minor Premiership, in front of a huge and vocal crowd of 22,521.
FOUR unanswered second half tries were more than enough for the Tigers to end their season with a big win over the Sharks, by a margin of 26-10.
IT took a golden point field goal to superstar number seven Johnathan Thurston for the Cowboys to finally put an extremely brave Cronulla Sharks side away tonight at 1300SMILES Stadium in front of less than 12,000 fans.
THE Melbourne Storm have put a distracting week off field behind them to record a 48-6 win over the struggling Sharks. A rampant Melbourne outfit ran in nine tries to one, including doubles to Mahe Fonua and Tim Glasby.
INSPIRED by their ‘Thor' Super Hero jerseys, the Cowboys have taken a hammer to the Titans finals chances after recording a 28-8 win in front of a vocal home crowd of 14,487.