ST Helens sit at the top of the table... six-time Super League and two-time World Club Challenge winners... Can they go on to win their first title since 2006?
STEW brings us his weekly preview of VB NSW Cup... this week it's Round 5.
THE Cronulla Sharks have recorded their first win of 2014, defeating the New Zealand Warriors in emphatic style, 37-6, in front of a crowd of 11,307 at Remondis Stadium.
THE Penrith Panthers, having won two games in a row, face arguably their toughest opponents of the season to date - Mounties - this Saturday afternoon at SportingBet Stadium...
A full preview of all the Round 6 Intrust Super Cup action thanks to the QRL, together with Ben "Dobbo" Dobson's tips.
IT is the whole judiciary process that must be in the spotlight now...
THE Parramatta Eels have come away winners from Suncorp Stadium tonight, defeating the Brisbane Broncos 25-18 in front of 32,009 fans.
THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have come away with a hard-fought 9-8 victory over the 2013 Premiers, the Sydney Roosters at a rain soaked Allianz Stadium.
WELL, we all came crashing back to earth this week. After a week full of 4s and 5s, we've limped into Round 5 with a handful of 1s, 2s and 3s. Have a look who we think you shouldn't tip this week.
THE Newcastle Knights is frustrated with the inconsistencies in relation to the NRL Judiciary following Jordan McLean’s seven-week suspension.
THE QRL has supplied it's weekly list of teams for the sixth round of the Queensland Cup - better known by its sponsored name of the Intrust Super Cup.
PAUL'S back for another look at the weekend ahead. Check out his tips and see if yours will match up...
IT'S every footy fan's nightmare - your team just lost on the weekend, and everyone is giving it to you about how rubbish you are. What you need is a solid excuse. What we've done is collected the best excuses for each losing team's performance, and chucked them into this easy guide.
THE NRL judiciary tonight found Jordan McLean GUILTY of a Dangerous Tackle on Newcastle Knights player Alex McKinnon in Round 3.
THE Sharks announce that Shane Flanagan has signed a new three year contract to be Head Coach at the Cronulla club