Newtown v. Sydney Roosters, played at Henson Park on Saturday, August 10

JETS PLUMMET FROM THE PENTHOUSE TO THE OUTHOUSE.

New Zealand Warriors Squad for Broncos.

IT'S "steady as she goes" at the New Zealand Warriors base this week as they prepare to host the No 2 side in the National Rugby League (NRL) with no over-reaction after dumping No 1.

Raiders re-sign Robertson for three years

THE Canberra Raiders have re-signed promising winger, Michael Robertson for a further three seasons as the Raiders look to keep their premiership hopes alive with a crucial match against the Roosters at Canberra Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

Round 23 Teams

CANTERBURY BULLDOGS vs PARRAMATTA EELSFri Aug 16, Sydney Showground, 7:30pm

Dragons last game at WIN for 2002

THE St George Illawarra Dragons will be playing their last game for 2002 at WIN Stadium when they take on the South Sydney Rabbitohs this Sunday.

Storm name unchanged lineup for Panthers clash

MELBOURNE will take an unchanged line-up in to yet another do or die match for the club as it hosts the Penrith Panthers at Olympic Park this Saturday (3pm).

Bulldogs side for Eels match

AFTER earning the votes for Players' Player with a work horse performance against the Warriors last week Mark O'Meley will start at prop for the Bulldogs clash with Parramatta at the Sydney Showground on Friday night.

Darren Smith to retire

RUGBY league is set to lose a true professional with Bulldogs veteran Darren Smith today announcing that he will retire at the end of the season.

Injuries start to take their toll on Roosters, Knights and Eels

THE Knights are resigned to losing Mark Hughes for the remainder of the season with cruciate ligament damage to his knee while Robbie O'Davis will be out at least two weeks with a groin injury.

Sharks snare young Dragon

CRONULLA have today signed exciting St George Illawarra outside back Jason Kent to a two year term. Kent who has played four games in his debut season at centre and fullback rejected a lucrative two year deal from the Dragons to try and cement a position in the Sharks backline.

What A Great Weekend-for some.

NEWCASTLE'S premiership defence lay in tatters on Sunday, with a lengthening queue of contenders led by a rampant Cronulla ready to take advantage of the ailing premier.

Broncos, another kettle of fish.

BRISBANE will be harder next weekend. That is the sobering thought for the Warriors as they recover from the high of beating the competition's best.

Betham Looking to Semi's Playoffs.

SIDELINED skipper Monty Betham could be poised to make a stunning return to the Warriors in time for next month's NRL playoffs.

HUDDERSFIELD GIANTS 50 - HULL KINGSTON ROVERS 16

HUDDERSFIELD GIANTS 50 - HULL KINGSTON ROVERS 16

Sharks Demolish the Knights

A beautiful day, a packed ground, and the home team on fire. The Sharks demolish the Knights by 64 - 14

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