MATT Moylan produced a clutch field goal to help Penrith to a 11-10 victory over the Sea Eagles in front of 8,025 at Brookvale Oval.
CRONULLA have recorded their third straight win, 18-10 in the wet and wild conditions of Shark Park with 3,978 fans braving the weather.
CRONULLA have broken a 349 day streak of home losses, dominating Newcastle on the way to a 22-6 victory at Shark Park.
CANTERBURY have recorded a stunning 25-24 extra time victory over the Wests Tigers, in front of 20,212 fans at ANZ Stadium tonight.
ST George Illawarra have broken their duck egg for 2015, completing a remarkable comeback in winning 22-20 in front of 11,774 fans at Canberra Stadium tonight.
NEWCASTLE have engineered a comeback, to register a 24-14 victory over the New Zealand Warriors in front of 16,146 fans at Hunter Stadium.
SOUTH Sydney have started 2015 where they left off in 2014, just rolling over opposition. They defeated the Broncos 36-6 in front of 36,057 fans at Suncorp Stadium.
2014 unravelled into another disappointing season for the Dragons, who after dominating the competition in the stretch between 2009-2011, have fallen away from the leading pack. Will 2015 turn their fortunes around?
THE first year of the Paul Green regime promised a brighter future and started brightly, with their Auckland Nines win, but finished off predictably...
DISAPPOINTMENT. It has become synonymous with the Warriors that it almost has their logo perched under the word's definition.