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THE St George Illawarra Dragons announced today that the Club has been required to relocate their Round 5 home game against the Bulldogs from WIN Jubilee Oval due to delays in the building works currently being undertaken as a result of $13 million fundin
THE St George Illawarra Dragons today announced their home venue game allocation for their 2011 NRL Premiership title defence
NSW Premier Kristina Keneally has today announced funding grants for WIN Jubilee Oval at Kogarah, and Belmore Sports Ground.
HALFBACK Brett Kimmorley has signed off on a stellar playing career by taking out the Bulldogs Player of the Year award at the Club's 2010 presentation night held tonight at Doltone House, Jones Bay Wharf.
THE Canterbury Bulldogs have taken out back to back premierships, defeating the Windsor Wolves 24-12 at a wet ANZ stadium this afternoon.
A full preview of Sunday's NSW Cup Grand Final between Canterbury and Windsor courtesy of the NSWRL.
CANTERBURY-BANKSTOWN Bulldogs second-rower Andrew Ryan has tonight won Rugby League's prestigious Telstra Ken Stephen Medal, joining Toyota National Volunteer of the Year, Greg Carey from Warwick in Queensland, at the Sydney Town Hall as the One Community
THE results for the two qualifiers into the NSW Cup grand final and the Bundaberg Rum grand final over the weekend.
WINDSOR have come from 4th position to book a place at the NSW Cup grand final, courtesy of a 32-26 victory over Balmain Ryde-Eastwood Tigers.
COURTESY of NSWRL - the teams for this weekend's Preliminary Finals in NSW Cup, this Sunday at Leichhardt Oval.
THE Newtown Jets have been bundled out of the 2010 NSW Cup finals series, beaten 34-18 by Windsor after the Jets had led 14-2 at halftime.
WEEK three results for the Bundaberg Rum Cup and Week two results for the NSW Cup finals.
WIN Television has today confirmed that Canberra Raiders fans will be able to watch their side
THE Newtown Jets have proven once again to be the Great Escape artists of the 2010 NSW Cup competition.
THE Newtown Jets managed to overhaul a very determined Auckland Vulcans team to win last Saturday's 23rd round NSW Cup match by 26-22, after trailing 16-10 at halftime.