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BRISBANE have picked up a much-needed win with a comfortable 30-10 triumph over Cronulla at Suncorp Stadium.
THERE are concerns for the health of Reece Williams who is in hospital after he suffered a concussion in the game against Parramatta last Sunday.
THE Vodafone Warriors today confirmed former Brisbane and Cronulla playmaker Brett Seymour will join the club for the 2010 NRL season with an option to extend his stay to 2011.
PARRAMATTA have produced their best defensive display of the season and moved to three points out of the top eight with a convincing 30 points to nil victory over the Cronulla Sharks.
THE Melbourne Storm have firmed up a top four spot on the NRL ladder, running out 30-10 winners over an error-prone Cronulla Sharks...
THE Manly Sea Eagles have overcome a six point halftime deficit to defeat the Cronulla Sharks 32 points to 26, retaining the Steve Rogers cup, and more importantly, nabbing two competition points and a spot in the NRL top eight.
THE North Queensland Cowboys have been left to count the heavy cost of a solid victory tonight at Dairy Farmers Stadium, losing several players to injury in their 24-4 defeat of Cronulla in front of 17,283 of the Townsville faithful.
THE Cronulla Sharks today terminated the contract of half back Brett Seymour.
THE Sydney Roosters have ended their recent horror run with a 19-12 victory over a flat Cronulla Sharks side at the Sydney Football Stadium tonight.
THE Cronulla Sharks have put the cleaners through a lacklustre and understrength Brisbane Broncos side tonight at Toyota Stadium, posting a 46-12 victory in front of 8,117 home fans.
THE Cronulla Sharks today announced the appointment of Richard Fisk as its new Chief Executive Officer.
THE Sharks came back from 20-10 down this afternoon, recording their third win on the trot in a dazzling battle at Canberra Stadium.
TONY Zappia has resigned from his position of CEO at the Cronulla Sharks, effective immediately.
THE Raiders will celebrate the involvement of women in Rugby League this Sunday when the Green Machine takes on the Sharks.
THE CFMEU Canberra Raiders will welcome back NSW Five-eighth Terry Campese this weekend, as the Raiders aim to win their third straight match when they take on the Cronulla Sharks at Canberra Stadium.