Jeff Dickinson-Fox reviews the campaign which saw Melbourne Storm crowned premiers in 2017.
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Top of the table Parramatta take on The Rooster side at Parramatta Stadium. With three out of three, the Eels side are full of confidence, while the Roosters coming to the Stadium with just 1 win so far, will be looking to prove their worth. The game is to be played at Parramatta Stadium. Kick off is at 5.30pm.
The Bulldogs welcome the return of fullback, Todd Polglase having recovered well from injury. Dayne Neirinckx gets his first start with the Dogs partnering Captain Steven Hughes in the centres. Mitsubishi Electric Bulldogs Premier League side takes on the Wests Magpies on Saturday 3rd May, 2003. Kick off is at 3.00pm with the match being played at Belmore Sports Ground.
The main game at Henson Park has the home side, Newtown taking on the Newcastle Knights at 3.00 pm Saturday. Both teams are in the lower half of the ladder at this point in the competition, so will be looking for a win.
The Sea Eagles side head over to Penrith to take on St Marys/Penrith Cougars at Penrith Stadium on Saturday. The Cougars have been performing well, and this will give them a chance to show the local Penrith fans just how good the merger has been for the club. Kick off is at 3.40pm.
Souths battle with the Raiders at Aussie Stadium on Saturday. Kick off is at 5.30pm. The Canberra side will be brimming with confidence after their 48-0 thrashing of the Bulldogs last weekend, Souths will certainly have their work cut out.
Sunday sees the Tigers at home to the Bears. The Bears have yet to post a win, so the Balmain side should be favoured to win this one. The game is at Leichhardt Oval, kick off at 12.30pm.
The welcome return to Kogarah for the Saints team will probably see a fired up Dragons side taking on the Sharks. Both teams are pretty evenly match so this will be an interesting contest. Kick off is at 1.00pm at Jubilee Oval in front of a pretty packed house I'd say.
The draw in brief is:
Round 4 - May 2th - 4th:
Parramatta vs Roosters - Fri. 2nd May,Parramatta Stadium. Kick off - 5.30pm. Canterbury vs Wests - Sat 3rd May, Belmore Sports Ground. Kick off - 3.00pm. Newtown vs Newcastle - Sat 3rd May, Henson Park. Kick off - 3.00pm. Cougars vs Manly - Sat 3rd May, Penrith Stadium. Kick off - 3.40pm. Souths vs Canberra - Sat 3rd May, Aussie Stadium. Kick off - 5.30pm. Balmain vs Norths - Sun 4th May, Leichhardt Oval. Kick off 12.30pm. Dragons vs Cronulla - Sun 4th May, Jubilee Oval. Kick off - 1.00pm.