A strong Centrebet Stadium crowd were treated to a rare Panthers victory without origin representatives Civoniceva and Luke Lewis when the Panthers downed the Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs 20-6 in Round 17
RICKY Stuart has named a 20 man squad ahead of State of Origin III to be played at Suncorp Stadium on July 6.
THE Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs were greeted by a 19,252 strong crowd at Campbelltown to kick off the Harvey Norman Women in League round, where they defeated the Wests Tigers 16-6.
THE Melbourne Storm claimed top spot on the NRL ladder with a thrilling 12-4 victory over the Wests Tigers in front of a 20,486 sell out Leichhardt Oval crowd in Round 15
THE sell out crowd at ANZ Stadium for Origin II were treated to a very competitive match which levelled the series with the New South Wales Blues taking the game 18-8 to send the series into a third match decider in Brisbane on July 6
THE Sydney Roosters travelled south with a rare favourites tag for a team travelling to Melbourne's graveyard, but in spite of missing their biggest stars to representative duties, Bellamy's boys ignited to thrill their home crowd and take the game 21-4
IN a scrappy game at Skilled Park, the Penrith Panthers got up to defeat the Titans 23-10 in front of the 12,262 Gold Coast crowd tonight.
ON a very wet Sydney evening, 5,703 of the Penrith faithful braved the condition to see the Panthers convincingly account for the South Sydney Rabbitohs 22 points to 10 at Centrebet Stadium
WESTS Tigers travelled Kogarah's WIN Jubilee Oval to take on the Dragons, the 19,892 crowd saw a strong first half effort from the home side enough to carry them through the a strong second half showing from the visitors, Dragons winning 24 points to 18
THE Bulldogs made the most of their makeshift home ground when their round 12 clash with the Titans was taken to the home of the Queensland Maroons; the Bulldogs did better than their sky blue representatives, taking down their Queensland opponents 28-6