FINAL SIX ROUNDS | The last six #NRL matches for your team have been confirmed.
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With Parramatta the only side so far unbeaten in the Premier League competition, things are starting to heat up for the lower positions.
First game of the round has the Roosters taking on the Bulldogs at Telstra Stadium on Friday night. This will be a very tight game between two even sides.
This Saturday, May 10, at Henson Park in Marrickville the 1981 Premiers Parramatta take on their Grand Final opponents the Newtown Jets in what promises to be a quality game of football. The Parramatta side is curently the only undefeated side in the Premier League competition.
The Manly side head across town to take on the Sharks at Toyota Park. Manly have yet to post their first win but have shown signs of breaking through.
Sunday games kick off with Souths travelling up to Newcastle to take on the Knights. The Newcastle side would love nothing better than to collect their first win in front of a home crowd.
The Cougars side are at home to the visiting Dragons. Another even contest with these two sides even on the ladder.
The final match of the round has the Norths side at home to Wests at North Sydney Oval. I'm sure Norths would love nothing better than to get 2 points at home to get them off the bottom of the ladder.
The full draw is:
Premier League - Round 5
Bulldogs vs Roosters - Friday 9th May 2003 5:40pm, Telstra Stadium.
Jets vs Eels - Saturday 10th May 2003 3:00pm, Henson Park.
Tigers vs Raiders - Saturday 10th May 2003 3:30pm, Leichhardt Oval.
Sharks vs Sea Eagles - Saturday 10th May 2003 5:30pm, Toyota Park.
Knights vs Rabbitohs - Sunday 11th May 2003 12:30pm, Energy Australia Stadium.
Cougars vs Dragons - Sunday 11th May 2003 1:10pm, Penrith Football Stadium.
Bears vs Magpies - Sunday 11th May 2003 2:00pm, North Sydney Oval.