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THE Cronulla Sharks have snatched a dramatic one point win over the St George Illawarra Dragons at Toyota Park tonight. The Dragons led 6-0 at half time and 12-0 with half an hour to go.
A brace of tries from Israel Folau and his Queensland counterpart Greg Inglis have helped the Melbourne Storm to a 44-4 drubbing of the Gold Coast Titans at Olympic Park.
THE Manly Sea Eagles on the back of a thoroughly professional first half performance have comfortably defeated the Penrith Panthers 30-10 at a cold Brookvale Oval infront of a crowd of 7,862.
A strong crowd of 22,681 have seen a scintillating Sydney Roosters outfit defeat a depleted Manly side 34-12 in poor conditions at Sydney Football Stadium today.
A vintage two try effort from Adam MacDougall proved too much for the patchy South Sydney Rabbitohs as they went down 39-12 against Newcastle this afternoon, in front of 23,182 fans at EnergyAustralia Stadium.
THE New Zealand Warriors have kept their winning run going with a tremendous 8-6 win over the Melbourne Storm at Mt Smart Stadium in difficult conditions.
MICHAEL Gordon grabs 16 points as Tigers drop their bundle.
IN a match largely overshadowed by the stunning news regarding Sonny Bill Williams' leaving the country, the Raiders have steamrolled an injury-hit Gold Coast Titans outfit by a whopping 46-4 at Canberra Stadium this evening.
THE Wests Tigers have ended the Rabbitohs run with a 36-12 victory at ANZ Stadium in Sydney this afternoon.
A clinical performance from the Canberra Raiders has seen them upset the Sydney Roosters 34-12 at Canberra Stadium.
CRONULLA narrowly get the two points at home in a tough and tight match over a Knights side that lost Jarrod Mullen midway through the second half.
BULLDOGS miss Sonny-Bill as Warriors blow them away in the first 20 minutes.
A 20 point haul from Michael Gordon and a Frank Pritchard try-scoring double have helped the Penrith Panthers to a 36-22 victory over a sloppy Gold Coast Titans outfit at Skilled Park this evening.
THE Manly Sea Eagles will hold first place on the ladder for at least another week after a solid 28-10 victory over a lacklustre Parramatta Eels side at Brookvale Oval tonight.
BRISBANE downed the Cowboys in Townsville tonight on the back of a 26 points to zip first half.