Paul Jobber

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Resurgent Bulldogs roll on

DESPITE racing out of the blocks and leading 18-0 after 18 minutes Canterbury required golden point to outlast Manly 32-30 in a Friday night thriller at Brookvale Oval tonight.

Storm sound premiership warning

MELBOURNE Storm hooker Cameron Smith celebrated his 250th game in style as his side went on an emphatic 38-6 demolition of Cronulla in front of 16,231 fans at AAMI Park.

Bulldogs sneak home in Friday night thriller

AN unsuccessful Jamie Soward penalty goal attempt after full-time has handed the Canterbury Bulldogs a 16-14 win over St George Illawarra in front of 22,958 fans at ANZ

Dogged Canterbury dispose of Brisbane

FIVE days after being embarrassed by Newcastle, Canterbury bounced back with a dour 24-14 victory over Brisbane in front of 11,344 fans at ANZ Stadium tonight.

LeagueUnlimited Holden Cup Teams - 2013 Round 11

IT'S Round 11 of the Holden Cup Under 20's National Youth Competition, and with it another Teamlist Tuesday!

Storm and Eagles share the points in Melbourne

THEY had to do overtime but after 90 minutes the Melbourne Storm and Manly Sea Eagles still couldn't be separated in a gripping 10-all draw at AAMI Park tonight.

Roosters hang on in Townsville

THEY were pushed all the way, but the Sydney Roosters again underlined their premiership credentials with a professional 12-8 victory over the Cowboys in front of 13,660 fans at 1300Smiles Stadium tonight.

Gutsy Roosters outlast Sea Eagles

A CONTROVERSIAL 70th minute send-off of Sydney Roosters enforcer Jared Waerea-Hargreaves has overshadowed their gutsy 16-4 defeat of the Manly Sea Eagles at Brookvale Oval in front of 12,950 fans.

Sea Eagles withstand Dragons fightback

DESPITE having just 40% of possession Manly registered their first win at WIN Jubilee Oval with a hard-fought, heartstopping 24-18 victory over the Dragons in front of 11,607 fans.

Gritty Cowboys account for gutsy Eels

AN 80th minute disallowed try to Parramatta winger Vai Toutai was the difference between heartache and jubilation at Parramatta Stadium tonight as the North Qld Cowboys defeated the Eels 14-10 in front of 9,157 fans.

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