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THE Wests Tigers have comeback from 22-10 down at halftime to defeat the Raiders 35-22 in Canberra today.
THE Sea Eagles have done enough to take the points over the Warriors in Auckland this afternoon, grinding out a 14-6 victory.
THE Sharks have broken a 13 game losing streak that extended back to June 2009 this evening, defeating a lackluster Parramatta Eels side that is struggling recapture their late 2009 form
THE North Queensland Cowboys turned around some early season poor form to trash the Gold Coast Titans 32-18 tonight in Townsville in front of a crowd of 15551.
A messy Brisbane Broncos outfit were beaten 25-6 tonight by the Sydney Roosters at the Sydney Football Stadium
MELBOURNE Storm this afternoon showed why they are not only the reigning NRL Premiers and the World Club champions, but also the favourites to win the 2010 NRL competition as they held the St George Illawarra Dragons to a solitary unconverted try, defeati
A lacklustre game at Toyota Stadium tonight saw the South Sydney Rabbitohs defeat Cronulla-Sutherland 30-8 in front of 10,741 rain-soaked fans
THE Canterbury Bulldogs have absolutely thrashed the Sydney Roosters 60-14 on a hot day in front of a crowd of 19,738 at ANZ Stadium.
JAMES Maloney scored a hat-trick this afternoon at Suncorp, equalling coach Ivan Cleary's point-scoring record and leading the Warriors to a 48-16 victory over the Broncos.
THE Gold Coast Titans produced a clinical display to outclass the Raiders 24-4 tonight.
MANLY have opened their 2010 account with a 36-12 victory over a hapless Newcastle Knights side.
MELBOURNE held off a spirited Penrith side to record their 200th premiership win tonight at CUA Stadium.
A clinical performance from St George Illawarra Dragons sent the Cowboys back to Townsville winless to start the season. The Dragons executed their plays expertly to run away convincing 33 to 8 winners.
THE Wests Tigers have restored club pride following last week's surrender to the Roosters with a 23-12 victory over an impotent Eels outfit.
THE Canberra Raiders have held off a brave Brisbane Broncos comeback by 22-14 in front of 14,200 fans at Canberra Stadium tonight