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BRISBANE plan to use the Roosters' Braith Anasta as their star witness to clear representative fullback Karmichael Hunt of a careless high tackle charge.
CRONULLA playmaker Brett Kimmorley has admitted his teammate Ben Ross's late and high elbow to Melbourne halfback Cooper Cronk's jaw "looked ugly".
CRONULLA prop Ben Ross has been ordered to front the NRL judiciary over his late and high elbow to the head of Melbourne halfback Cooper Cronk.
COACH Nathan Brown says St George Illawarra's round-one capitulation was a "small blip on the radar".
THE NRL match review committee will earn its keep on Monday after a brutal start to the 2008 season continued unabated with two players sent off.
CRONULLA prop Ben Ross faces a long suspension after felling Melbourne halfback Cooper Cronk with a vicious late elbow in the Sharks' thrilling 17-16 NRL win.
IVAN Cleary hailed his young forwards after the New Zealand Warriors turned around a shaky season start to beat Parramatta 30-16 in their NRL match in Auckland.
CRONULLA'S Ben Ross and Melbourne's Brett White were sent off in a dramatic 17-16 NRL win by the Sharks at Olympic Park.
THE New Zealand Warriors shrugged off their injury woes and a poor first round to topple the Parramatta Eels in their NRL match in Auckland.
PENRITH'S Jarrod Sammut says the Panthers' cold start to the NRL season has left him scared to chance his arm for fear of pushing the club deeper into the mire.
WEST Tigers coach Tim Sheens has blamed the media for inciting the flare-up between Luke O'Donnell and Liam Fulton during the Tigers' 30-10 win over North Qld.
A field goal to rookie halfback Scott Dureau three minutes into goal-point extra time gave Newcastle a 13-12 NRL victory over Manly at Energy Australia Stadium.
PENRITH coach Matt Elliott didn't have to go far in search of an explanation for his side's dismal 20-16 NRL loss to a gutsy Canberra at CUA Stadium.
CANBERRA has beaten Penrith 20-16 at CUA Stadium on Saturday night but their performance won't have NRL heavyweights shaking in their boots.
CRONULLA coach Ricky Stuart knows beating Melbourne on Sunday is going to be no walk in the park.