Ian
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Brilliant Bulldogs upset Storm in thrashing

‚ÄčTHE Canterbury Bulldogs have pulled off a huge upset in the first week of the NRL finals, comprehensively defeating the Melbourne Storm 28-4 in front of 19,230 stunned fans at AAMI Park.

Raiders smoke Eels season

‚ÄčTHE Canberra Raiders have swamped the Eels in the first half at GIO Stadium tonight to write off the Eels finals hopes.

Hopeless Raiders collapse against Titans

THE Canberra Raiders have hopelessly fumbled away a certain win, going down 23-22 to the Gold Coast Titans in extra time tonight, despite leading 22-16 as the siren sounded.

Dragons squeak through to Grand Final

THE St George Illawarra Dragons have won through to the 2010 NRL Grand Final with a tense 13-12 victory over a brave Wests Tigers outfit in front of a pulsating crowd of over 71,000 at ANZ Stadium in Sydney tonight.

Raiders move into top eight with Cowboys rout

THE Canberra Raiders have all but assured themselves of a top eight berth with a huge 48-4 victory over a hopeless North Queensland Cowboys team in front of 11,434 fans in Canberra tonight.

Sharks upset Titans in the Shire

THE Cronulla Sharks have sent Trent Barrett and Luke Covell out winners in their last home games for the club with a comprehensive 30-16 win over the Gold Coast Titans tonight.

Dragons run away from sloppy Eagles

THE Saint George Illawarra Dragons have claimed a comfortable 32-10 win over an error-ridden Manly Sea Eagles in front of a crowd of 14,740 at Kogarah tonight.

Broncos corral courageous Cowboys

THE Brisbane Broncos have defeated the North Queensland Cowboys 34-26 in front of a crowd of 20,148 in Townsville tonight. Brisbane led 24-8 at half time.

Roosters survive Broncos comeback to win at Suncorp

THE Roosters have claimed a 34-30 victory over the Brisbane Broncos in a pulsating Monday Night Football game in front of a crowd of nearly 26,500 fans at Suncorp Stadium tonight.

Storm battle to defeat Panthers

THE Melbourne Storm have stopped their three-match losing streak by defeating the Penrith Panthers 18-10 at AAMI Park in Melbourne. The Storm led 6-4 at half time in front of a crowd of 11,212.

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