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THE Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs have today agreed to Ben Barba
SCOTT Prince has this morning announced his retirement from the NRL at the conclusion of the 2013 season.
A strong second-half display has helped the Penrith Panthers end the Brisbane Broncos' finals crusade at the foot of the mountains tonight, with 8,817 watching the hosts take out a 28-12 victory to stay in touch with the race for eighth.
THE Newman Government will give the Brisbane Broncos access to unused state land, allowing the team and its Leagues Club to remain at their traditional Red Hill home
BRISBANE have continued their charge to a finals appearance after a workmen-like 22-12 win over the Parramatta Eels in front of 24,607 fans at Suncorp Stadium.
THE Brisbane Broncos have kept their season alive, but it has come at a cost with star centre Justin Hodges forced off the field with a suspected ruptured achilles tendon in their 26-24 win over the St George Illawarra Dragons in front of 31,199 fans at Lang Park.
FIVE days after being battered and bruised by the competition favourites the Roosters, the Newcastle Knights had to put in overtime tonight at Hunter Stadium but them and the Broncos couldn't be separated as they fought out an enthralling 18-all draw.
BRISBANE prevailed in a tight contest scoring late through Justin Hodges to win 18-16 over North Queensland in front of 17,702 fans at 1300SMILES Stadium tonight.
A Todd Carney field goal has secured a 19-18 win over a late finishing Brisbane Broncos at Suncorp Stadium in front of 25,677.
MELBOURNE have produced a typical Storm display tonight to put away Brisbane 32 points to 0 in front of 16,828 fans at AAMI Park tonight.
A long distance effort from Konrad Hurrell has given the Warriors an undefeated June and a 18-16 victory over a gallant Broncos side in front of 15,515 fans tonight at Mt Smart.
BRISBANE have got back into the winner's circle after a 32-12 victory over a disappointing Tigers outfit tonight at Suncorp Stadium.
THE Canberra Raiders have defeated the Brisbane Broncos in cold conditions in the nations capital tonight in front of 10, 419 faithful fans.
THE Warriors have produced a thrilling attacking display to demolish a lackluster Broncos side, 56 points to 18 in front of 21,259 fans at Suncorp Stadium.
FIVE days after being embarrassed by Newcastle, Canterbury bounced back with a dour 24-14 victory over Brisbane in front of 11,344 fans at ANZ Stadium tonight.