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CELTIC Crusaders made it three wins out of three in the Northern Rail Cup on Saturday night after putting on outstanding first half performance to overcome Sheffield Eagles 34-14 at the Brewery Field
MELBOURNE Storm has kick started their 2008 campaign the way they left 2007, with a comprehensive 56-10 victory over the Manly Sea Eagles in their first trial match of the season
MELBOURNE Storm coach Craig Bellamy has named his squad for this Friday
CELTIC Crusaders have held on for arguably their most difficult game of their Northern Rail Cup campaign
SCOTTISH Rugby League - Edinburgh will take on English amateur side Normanton this Saturday
CELTIC Crusaders open their competitive season this Friday with an away match against Sheffield Eagles at the Don Valley Stadium in the Northern Rail Cup
THE Melbourne Storm have erased all demons of last years heartbreaking Grand Final loss by taking out the 2007 Telstra Premiership in style, running out 34-8 victors over the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles.
THE Melbourne Storm side for the 2007 Telstra Premiership Grand Final has been named. There are four additional reserves named in case of injury.
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
COWBOYS halfback Johnathan Thurston has escaped suspension and will play against Manly on Saturday night.
NOW down to four teams, the stakes are higher again - this week it's Grand Final spots up for grabs. Read on for the team lists in this years Preliminary Finals.
THE North Queensland Toyota Cowboys are proud to name a 19-man squad to travel down to the SFS where they will taken on Manly Warringah in the first preliminary final this Saturday night.
MANLY Warringah Sea Eagles coach Des Hasler has named one his sides strongest lineup for the season in taking on the Cowboys this Saturday night at the SFS. The game will kickoff at 7:45pm.
DRAGONS Coach Nathan Brown has stuck with a winning formula for when they clash with the Eagles this Sunday afternoon at Brookvale
THE New Zealand Warriors have moved one step closer to securing a home semi final after today thrashing the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles 36-14 in front of 25,070 parochial fans at Mt Smart Stadium.