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THE Canberra Raiders have destroyed the hopes and dreams of the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks as the green machine ran out victorious in front of a sell out Canberra Stadium today
THE Canberra Raiders have pipped the New Zealand Warriors on the siren with a 39-38 victory in their qualifying final at Canberra Stadium.
THE North Queensland Cowboys have sent the Broncos packing in the first sudden death match of the 2012 finals series with a 33-16 win in front of 21,307 fans at Dairy Farmers Stadium.
THE Melbourne Storm have put on a clinic as they have advanced to the preliminary finals with a 24-6 victory over the Rabbitohs at AAMI Park in front of 19,750 fans.
THE Sydney Roosters have come from behind to steal a victory at the death over the South Sydney Rabbitohs 24-22 at AAMI Park. They advance into the semi-finals.
THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have advanced to the preliminary finals as they have downed the Manly Sea Eagles 16-10 at ANZ Stadium in front of 36,480 fans
THE Wests Tigers have come from behind to cause an upset over the Toyota Cup minor premiership the Bulldogs with a 24-20 victory at ANZ Stadium
THE St. George Illawarra Dragons have powered through the Penrith Panthers to come away with a 44-20 victory at ANZ Stadium in the first elimination final
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BEN Hornby and Dean Young were sent out winners at ANZ Stadium tonight, as the Dragons steam rolled Luke Burt and Nathan Hindmarsh's Parramatta Eels 29-8
THE North Queensland Cowboys haven out an intense match at Toyota Park with a 34-22 victory over the Cronulla Sharks in front of 16,800 fans
CANBERRA have come from 16 points down to claim a 42-22 victory at Mt. Smart.
THE Wests Tigers were unable to farewell English-bound second rower Gareth Ellis with a win as they crashed out of finals contention, going down 26-6 at Leichardt Oval
THE Bulldogs have taken out the minor premiership after hammering the Sydney Roosters 42-10 in front of a 23,391 crowd at ANZ Stadium
A late comeback from the Titans was not enough to grab the victory, as the Manly Sea Eagles claimed fourth spot on the ladder in front of 14,927 fans at Skilled Park tonight