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Bulldogs maul Broncos 46-18

IN front of a 50,000 strong crowd at Suncorp Stadium, the Bulldogs have put on one of the performances of the year the defeat the Brisbane Broncos by 44 to 18.

Sharks ambush Roosters

IN an entertaining and enthralling match, the Cronulla Sharks have cause one of the biggest upsets of the year, defeating the much fancied Sydney Roosters by 26 to 12 at Aussie Stadium today.

Roosters withstand the Storm

THE Sydney Roosters had too much class for the Melbourne Storm as they stopped a late onslaught to win the match by 26 points to 10 at Olympic Park in Melbourne.

Broncos hold out valiant Knights

DESPITE a howling gale, the Newcastle Knights and Brisbane Broncos battled it out in an entertaining duel with the Broncos coming out 16-12 victors in front of a small but vocal crowd at EnergyAustralia Stadium this afternoon.

Rain and fog troubles the Dragons

A thick fog rolled onto WIN Stadium as rain lashed the hearty and brave St George Illawarra Dragon supporters. They had little to celebrate however as the Dragons side started and finished in woeful fashion against a much more intelligent Brisbane side, the Broncos winning the encounter by 28 to 14.

Sharks post ugly win over Warriors

IN a sloppy, fumbling and often frustrating match, the Sharks have withstood a second half assault from Warriors winning in the end by 22 to 14 at Toyota Park.

Dragons smoke the Rabbitohs

THE St George ? Illawarra Dragons have once again notched up fifty points for the second successive week as they cruised to a 52-12 victory over the South Sydney Rabbitohs in front of a big crowd at the Sydney Cricket Ground today.

Champagne football for Sharks in Brisbane

A picture says a thousand words. In this case it was the Cronulla Sharks and their fans embracing as they overcame the Brisbane Broncos 30 to 22 at Suncorp Stadium this afternoon. The game didn?t go all the Sharks way however as the Broncos forwards dominated their less fancied counterparts in the early stages, leading 12-nil after just 12 minutes. As the game went on, the Cronulla side grew in confidence throwing the ball around and making metres through the middle of the ruck.

Slaughter in the chook pen

IT was a slaughter which would make most men cringe.

Deja vu as Souths fans are left wanting answers

IT?S become an all too familiar sight. A promising first half and then along comes a second half performance that even most junior football coaches would be fuming about it.

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