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THE Brisbane Broncos have beaten the Canterbury Bulldogs 36-22 at a rain-soaked ANZ Stadium in front of 7,685 diehard fans.
THE New Zealand Warriors have farewelled Kiwi legend Ruben Wiki in style with a 42-20 victory over the Penrith Panthers at Mount Smart Stadium in Auckland in front of 15,214 appreciative fans.
THE Newcastle Knights have produced an amazing emotionally-charged performance to defeat the Melbourne Storm in front of their passionate home fans at EnergyAustralia Stadium to stay alive in the run to the 2008 finals.
THE Sydney Roosters have held on to beat the South Sydney Rabbitohs tonight, victorious 22-20 at the Sydney Football Stadium after earlier leading by 22-0, in front of a crowd of 18,127.
THE Melbourne Storm have completed a clinical victory over the Penrith Panthers at CUA Stadium tonight, with 8,813 fans witnessing a 40-6 scoreline in favour of the away side.
A solid performance by St George Illawarra Dragons this afternoon over the NZ Warriors by 34 - 6 has placed a finals spot well and truly within their grasp.
CANBERRA score six second half tries to turn around a game that looked headed for an upset - but pick up two major injuries as part of the deal.
THE Parramatta Eels have come from behind to continue the rotten run of the Canterbury Bulldogs with a 26-12 win at ANZ Stadium in the second match of the Double Header.
THE Newcastle Knights have kept their finals hopes alive with a solid 38-24 victory over the North Queensland Cowboys...
A thrilling Greg Eastwood try, set up by Darren Lockyer, has delivered a sensational 25-21 golden point victory to the Brisbane Broncos over the Gold Coast Titans...
THE Cronulla Sharks have moved into a share of first place on the competition ladder with a solid 20-0 victory over the Sydney Roosters at Toyota Stadium tonight.
AN emphatic victory in Monday night football for the Parramatta Eels with a 40-12 victory over the Wests Tigers, taking place in front of 13,065 fans at sometimes rain-soaked Parramatta Stadium.
THE Canberra Raiders have continued on from where they left off last week and downed an inferior Newcastle Knights side 38-18 in front of 12,206 fans at Canberra Stadium today.
THE Penrith Panthers have completed an amazing 98-point turnaround to defeat the hapless Canterbury Bulldogs 52-16 at CUA Stadium.
A three try assist return for Titans skipper Scott Prince has paved the way for the Gold Coast Titans to defeat the Johnathan Thurston-led North Queensland Cowboys 26-20 at Dairy Farmers Stadium in Townsville.