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THE Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles have beaten the North Queensland Cowboys in highly controversial circumstances at Allianz Stadium in front of 16,678.
THE St. George Illawarra have mounted the points as they powered through the Toyota Cup minor premiers the Bulldogs with a 46-20 win at Allianz Stadium.
PREVIEW for the preliminary final in the Intrust Super Cup with the winner goes on to the grand final!
PREVIEWS for the second week of the VB NSW Cup Finals.
PAUL'S back to look at the massive semi-final clashes of the 2012 NRL finals series. He puts the two must win games under the microscope with his preview.
RESULTS for week two of the Intrust Super Cup and the FOGS competitions.
JUST 80 minutes stands between the Seagulls and a Grand Final berth - Wynnum Manly and Tweed Heads come together for the right to face Redcliffe at Suncorp Stadium next week. Teamlists are here!
WENTWORTHVILLE and Cabramatta will fight it out for a spot in the 2012 Bundy Red Cup Grand Final against The Entrance Tigers next week. Get the preliminary final teamlists here.
ALL the teams for Sunday's match-ups at Leichhardt Oval as the VB NSW Cup finals series enters its second week!
THE Toyota Cup Finals Series is following the same format as the big boys - some exciting match-ups await over the coming weeks! Here are the teams for week two.
IT'S really crunch time now - two elimination finals headed our way in Sydney this weekend - Manly and Souths battling to stay alive after losses, respectively hosting the red-hot Cowboys and bilstering Raiders. Grab the teamlists here as we receive them!
THE next fortnight of footy is looming, all the pathways are now clear - see how each team in each grade progresses in the coming weeks, with schedule information for all grades.
THE Canberra Raiders have pipped the New Zealand Warriors on the siren with a 39-38 victory in their qualifying final at Canberra Stadium.
THE Sydney Roosters have come from behind to steal a victory at the death over the South Sydney Rabbitohs 24-22 at AAMI Park. They advance into the semi-finals.
THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have advanced to the preliminary finals as they have downed the Manly Sea Eagles 16-10 at ANZ Stadium in front of 36,480 fans