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NORTH Queensland have finally jumped off the starting blocks and posted their first points for season 2008, running rampant over the Parramatta Eels to the tune of 38 points to 14.
PARRAMATTA hooker Mark Riddell is rated a "fifty-fifty" chance of overcoming a rib injury in time for Saturday's NRL clash with North Queensland.
FIELD goals galore as Hagan inflicts Smith
PARRAMATTA coach Michael Hagan will leave Nathan Hindmarsh to make the final decision on whether he plays on Friday night following the death of his father.
THE Warriors have posted their first win of Season 08 with an impressive 30-16 win over Parramatta at Mt Smart Stadium today.
WELLER Hauraki's voice softens when he recalls his brush with a bullet in Sydney's Kings Cross.
PARRAMATTA five-eighth Feleti Mateo is free to play in Sunday's NRL match against the New Zealand Warriors.
PARRAMATTA coach Michael Hagan has warned his players not to get carried away with the hype following their spectacular start to the 2008 NRL season.
WHO'D like to be a footy fan? Tonight at the newly named ANZ Stadium, Sydney, Bulldogs and Eels fans were treated to both the euphoria of a team on fire, and the lows of a bumbling side. The Parramatta Eels finally won the battle of a 'game of two halves'
EELS fullback Luke Burt says premiership expectations are being felt at Parramatta, but the NRL contenders are more than capable of dealing with the pressure.
SPEARHEADED by Kris Keating, Tim Mannah, Taulima Tautai and Marty Lewis among others, the Parramatta Eels are a definite force to be reckoned with in this year's inaugural Toyota Cup.
PARRAMATTA coach Michael Hagan says suspended trio Jarryd Hayne, Weller Hauraki and Junior Paulo are not guaranteed immediate returns to the NRL next week.
LEAGUEUNLIMITED.COM guest writer Michael Treacy previews season 2008 for the Parramatta Eels...
PARRAMATTA officials say they have few issues with star halfback Tim Smith being intoxicated in the early hours of Saturday morning.
PARRAMATTA NRL officials are disappointed but will take no action against a group of players spotted drinking into the early hours of Saturday morning.