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THE big dance is here, the 2014 NRL and Holden Cup Grand Finals, plus the first National Championship between VB NSW Cup and Intrust Super Cup Premiers
PAUL is back for a look at the weekend ahead as we enter the Preliminary Finals. Check out his tips and see if yours will match up...
TAKE a look over how the 2014 Finals Series as we enter Week 3 of NRL and Holden Cup Finals, plus a look at the NSW Cup, Intrust Super Cup and RM Cup Grand Finals.
THE Canterbury Bulldogs have progressed to next week's preliminary final following their epic 18-17 win during golden point in front of 28,000 fans at Allianz Stadium.
IT'S happened again, the North Queensland Cowboys have been eliminated from the NRL Finals for the third straight year in controversial circumstances as the Sydney Roosters plucked a 31-30 victory at Allianz Stadium.
AS we enter Week 2 of the NRL Finals Series, several players will be missing due to suspensions handed down by the NRL Match Review Committee
THE Penrith Panthers have advanced through the Preliminary Finals with a remarkable, 19-18, victory over the Sydney Roosters at Allianz Stadium.
DESPITE holding a technical home ground advantage, the Manly Sea Eagles have struggled to cope with a rampaging South Sydney Rabbitohs who scored a 40-24 victory in front of 25,733 fans at Allianz Stadium.
JUST a week after controversy helped the Sharks to a win, this week it came back to take the victory away from them after a controversial try helped Manly get the win.
AN early 7th tackle try (yes that does say 7th) has helped the Sharks to a 20-18 win over the Cowboys to knock them out of the finals at Allianz.
NRL finals to go live to 100 million Americans...
KALON gazed into something more useful than a crystal ball before revealing his predictions for the rest of 2009...
THE Titans have all but assured themselves of an historic finals berth with a 30-10 win over the New Zealand Warriors at Mount Smart Stadium yesterday.
THE Manly Sea Eagles are the first team through to the 2007 NRL grand final after defeating the North Queensland Cowboys by 28-6 at the Sydney Football Stadium tonight
FOLLOWING a scoreless first half, the Parramatta Eels have posted a narrow 12-10 victory over the New Zealand Warriors