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THE Brisbane Broncos have kept their season alive, but it has come at a cost with star centre Justin Hodges forced off the field with a suspected ruptured achilles tendon in their 26-24 win over the St George Illawarra Dragons in front of 31,199 fans at Lang Park.
BRISBANE prevailed in a tight contest scoring late through Justin Hodges to win 18-16 over North Queensland in front of 17,702 fans at 1300SMILES Stadium tonight.
BRISBANE were sitting third in mid-July last year but fell away at the business end of the season losing seven of their last eight matches. Can they bounce back in 2013? And who will steer the ship in the halves?
WE have all the latest injury and suspension news in one place heading into round twenty-five!
WE have all the latest injury and suspension news in one place heading into round eleven!
THE Penrith Panthers have comprehensively outplayed a disappointing Brisbane Broncos outfit tonight winning 33-10 in front of a vocal home crowd.
THE NRMA Insurance Broncos have secured an important part of their future plans today with
the re-signing of international centre Justin Hodges.
ALL the latest injury and suspension news heading into the season opening round!
BRISBANE enter 2011 in the wake of a stunning decision to drop the axe on head coach Ivan Henjak three weeks before the start of the season. But it remains to be seen how Henjak's ousting will effect the side's onfield performance.
WHERE do the Broncos go from here?
AUSTRALIAN Kangaroos centre Justin Hodges was today ruled out of the World Cup
AUSTRALIA'S Justin Hodges' World Cup ambitions remain in doubt... New Zealand's Stacey Jones will make a one-off comeback in the All Golds...
AS the mud clears after round 19 of the NRL, we take stock of all the injury, judiciary and signing news you need to make that last charge at the office tipping comp.
BRISBANE centre Justin Hodges is free to play South Sydney on Friday night after accepting an early guilty plea for a dangerous throw.
BRISBANE centre Justin Hodges is the only player charged by the NRL match review committee, but the Test star can escape suspension with an early guilty plea.