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THE road to Wembley got one step closer as we reached the Quarter Finals of the Tetley's Challenge Cup...
A wrap of the weekend's results in the NSWRL's various competitions including the VB NSW Cup and Ron Massey Cup.
IS there anything we can learn from statistics alone when it comes to determining who will make the finals this year?
TOWNSVILLE'S 1300SMILES Stadium has today been confirmed as the venue for the Under 16 and Under 18 National Finals between the Queensland and New South Wales champions on Saturday, May 17.
THE draw for the Quarter finals of the Tetley's Challenge Cup took place on Monday night by Rugby League legends Paul Sculthorpe MBE and Jason Robinson OBE and produced the following ties.
THE Australian Kangaroos have advanced through to the 2013 Rugby League World Cup Final as they rolled through Fiji Bati, 64-0 at Wembley Stadium.
THE reigning World Cup holders, New Zealand have stolen victory over England in the dying moments as Shaun Johnson handed them victory, 20-18 at Wembley Stadium.
WE are at the business end of the finals series for the 2013 Rugby League World Cup is upon us. See how the remaining Nations will take the field in the semi finals
THE Match Officials Appointments Panel have appointed Ben Cummins and Richard Silverwood to referee the RLWC 2013 semi-finals
FIJI have produced a dominant display to seal a semi-final date with Australia after defeating Samoa 22 points to 4 in front of 12,766 fans at the Halliwell Jones Stadium in Warrington.
THE Australian Kangaroos have axed the USA Tomahawks from the 2013 Rugby League World Cup after a massive 62-0 flogging in Wrexham at Glyndwr University Racecourse Stadium in front of 5,762 fans.
ON Sunday night we got the grand final the game both needed and deserved.
THE Sydney Roosters have won the Provan-Summons trophy for 2013 with a hard fought 26-18 win over the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles.
THE Cronulla Sharks have secured the 2013 VB NSW Cup Premiership with a heavy defeat of the Windsor Wolves 36-8 at ANZ Stadium.
WIGAN Warriors produced the biggest comeback in Super League Grand Final history to complete a League and Cup double as Warrington Wolves suffered a second successive defeat at Old Trafford.