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THE Gold Coast Titans kept their finals hopes alive this afternoon with a 24-16 win over wooden-spoon favourites Parramatta, a crowd of 14,159 seeing the hosts triumph over the cellar-dwellers
THE Penrith Panthers have taken a step away from the bottom of the ladder with a 18-16 victory over the New Zealand Warriors at Mt
THE Cronulla Sutherland Sharks have have guaranteed themselves a place in the top eight with a gritty 20-7 victory in front of 16,463 fans at Toyota Park.
CANBERRA have won a willing encounter in the nation's capital, defeating Sydney Roosters 24 points to 20 in front of 8,860 fans
COOPER Cronk has repeated his heroics from state of origin, kicking a field goal to help Melbourne defeated Brisbane, 19 points to 18 in front of 41,467 fans at Suncorp
A 90th minute field goal from Krisnan Inu has extended the Canterbury Bulldogs winning sequence to 12 straight games in front of 29,194 fans at ANZ Stadium tonight.
In a game that had it all, it took 90 minutes to separate the two sides.
NEWCASTLE have produced an energetic display to defeat Cronulla 26 points to 4 in front of 15,394 fans at Hunter Stadium
THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have fought back after conceding 14 points, to run away winners 22-14 over the Brisbane Broncos at ANZ Stadium in front of 19,870 fans
CANBERRA have produced three second half tries to defeat Penrith 20 points to 10 in front of 7,437 fans at Centrebet Stadium
THE North Queensland Cowboys have put in a dominant display against the struggling and terminally inconsistent New Zealand Warriors, recording one of the biggest victories in the club's history to sound a warning to their finals rivals, and stay in touch
THE West Tigers have all but cemented their spot in the top eight with a 22-12 win again the St George Illawarra Dragons in front of 10,546 at Allianz Stadium
THE Parramatta Eels are one step closer to unloading the dreaded wooden spoon after defeating the Sydney Roosters 36-22 in a messy game in front of 12,193 fans at Parramatta Stadium.
MELBOURNE have done enough to defeat a gallant Gold Coast side 24-16 in front of 9,108 fans at AAMI Park
THE Manly Sea Eagles continued to tune up for the finals with a workmanlike 23-6 victory over the South Sydney Rabbitohs in front of 17,947 fans at Bluetongue Stadium tonight.
The Sea Eagles held a 9-6 lead at the break before running in a further thre
WESTS and Parramatta have combined to post a total 77 points in an entertaining game of football which engulfed the 14,822 fans at Campbelltown Sports Ground