Paul Jobber

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Dragons fire and leave Sharks black and blue

ST George Illawarra have moved back into third position on the NRL ladder and waved goodbye to the Origin series in emphatic style, running out 38-8 victors over Cronulla in front of 16879 fans at WIN Jubilee Oval tonight.

Roosters rediscover that winning feeling

THE Sydney Roosters notched up their first victory since Round 13 with a commanding 34-26 victory over a disappointing Penrith Panthers outfit at the Sydney Football Stadium this afternoon.

Parramatta punish terrible Tigers

A near-capacity Parramatta Stadium crowd of 19654 tonight witnessed a comprehensive 22-6 victory by the Parramatta Eels over the Wests Tigers.

Soward shines as Saints maul Manly

ST George Illawarra have returned to the winners circle tonight with a comprehensive 24-6 victory over Manly in front of 18974 fans at WIN Stadium.

Edgy Eagles pip Parramatta at the post

THE Manly Sea Eagles have tonight run out 22-18 victors over a gallant Parramatta Eels in front of 13,959 fans at Brookvale Oval, although the win will not be enough to send Manly to the top of the table.

Sea Eagles continue to soar after demolishing Dogs

IF anyone in the NRL thought that this year's 2011 Telstra Premiership was a one-horse race and the Dragons were considered certainties to win the competition, no-one told the Manly Sea Eagles. The Sea Eagles were ruthless in their 38-4 demolition of the

Sloppy Storm outlast courageous Cronulla

THE Melbourne Storm has run out unconvincing 14-8 victors over a gallant Cronulla Sharks in front of 9733 fans at AAMI Park, celebrating captain Cam Smith's 200th game in the right fashion.

Sea Eagles breeze past Broncos

A scintillating second half has seen the Manly Sea Eagles have run out comprehensive 34-10 victors over the Brisbane Broncos in tonight's first game of the double header at Suncorp Stadium.

Parramatta pound clueless Cronulla

THE Parramatta Eels have tonight run out emphatic victors, hammering a hapless Cronulla Sharks 40-6 in front of 10,628 fans at Parramatta Stadium, with halfback Jeff Robson the star.

Sea Eagles soar past rudderless Raiders

THE Manly Sea Eagles have continued the Canberra Raiders miserable season, with a 20-0 shutout in front of 6148 hardy fans at Brookvale Oval tonight.

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