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GREG Inglis has scored a hat trick in Melbourne's 17-6 defeat of Canberra in Canberra tonight
THE Newcastle Knights have turned on the razzle-dazzle to overcome the Sydney Roosters 34-18 at Gosford's Bluetongue Stadium.
NEW Zealand have done enough to defeat a terrible North Queensland side 24012 in front of 10,800 people at Mount Smart tonight.
ST George Illawarra have run out convincing 19-6 winners over Canterbury Bankstown in front of a bumper crowd of 37,773 at Sydney's ANZ Stadium
A committed team performance has seen the Brisbane Broncos snatch back-to-back wins, with a 28-6 drubbing of the Gold Coast Titans in front of over 40,000 fans at Suncorp Stadium
THE return of Matt Bowen has helped the North Queensland Cowboys score an unlikely 32-14 win over a sloppy Sydney Roosters outfit at the SFS on Monday night.
MELBOURNE Storm didn't get the christening party they wanted at the new AAMI Park as the Brisbane Broncos spoiled their celebrations winning 36-14 in front of 20,032 screaming supporters
THE Gold Coast Titans have defeated the Newcastle Knights 38-36, in an action packed match this afternoon at EnergyAustralia Stadium
A dominant Manly Sea Eagles outfit has handed the St George Illawarra Dragons their second defeat of the season, running out 24-6 victors in front of 16,745 people at Brookvale Oval
COUNTRY have run in four second half tries to blitz City 36-18 in front of a sell-out crowd at Port Macquarie Regional Stadium
AAMI Park has opened up in amazing fashion with Australia holding on to gain a respectable 12-8 victory over a fighting New Zealand outfit
THE Manly Sea Eagles have run out eventual 30-22 victors over the South Sydney Rabbitohs in front of 15459 fans at ANZ Stadium this afternoon.
IN what can only be described as a poor quality game of rugby league, the Wests Tigers have given up an 8-0 halftime lead to lose 12-8 against the Sydney Roosters in front of almost 20,000 fans at the redeveloped Campbelltown Stadium.
THE Cronulla Sharks have hit rockbottom after being thrashed 38-0 in front of 15,779 fans at WIN Stadium
THE Melbourne Storm have shown great courage to beat the North Queensland Cowboys 36-4 in front of a great crowd of 19,853 at Dairy Farmer Stadium, but the match wasn't the only thing the Cowboys lost