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ALL the teams in one list - right here at LeagueUnlimited.com! NRL, Toyota Cup, NSW Cup and QRL Intrust Super Cup all here!
TUESDAY'S Expert recaps all the results from Round Twenty-six of the NRL, plus all the votes and standings in the LeagueUnlimited Player of the Year Award.
THE focus once again on the judiciary...
THE Australian Rugby League has today announced a 34-man combined Prime Ministers XIII and VB Kangaroos train-on squad.
SIMON Reuben reviews round 26 of the ESL, edging closer to finals action.
FOR the final time in 2011, Aaron Winder gives us his team of the week, also his team of the year
THE Sydney Roosters ended their season on a high taking down the Melbourne Storm 40-8 in front of a small 8,753 contingent of the Roosters' faithful
A wrap up of the final weekend of the QRL Intrust Super Cup, FOGS Cup and FOGS Colts Challenge, with fixtures for next week's opening week of the Finals Series.
A full wrap of results from the final round of the NSW Cup competition plus the details from Cabramatta's premiership-winning match today in the Bundaberg Red Cup.
A huge 50,859 sellout crowd packed Suncorp Stadium for Lockyer's last regular season game and saw Brisbane claim their 6th win on the trot with an 18-10 victory over the second place Sea Eagles to surge into the finals in hot form
THE Canterbury Bulldogs have pulled off their second consecutive come from behind victory to defeat the Canberra Raiders 36-22 in front of a 16,206 crowd at ANZ Stadium this afternoon
WE'RE going to try to take the guesswork out of the 2011 Finals Series across the four major grades going into week one next weekend! Read on for who plays who, when and where.
IT took them the full 80 minutes to secure victory, but tonight the Wests Tigers managed to cross the threshold and earn fourth position with a tense 30-22 win over Cronulla in front of 16,879 fans at Toyota Stadium
THE Gold Coast Titans have snatched the wooden spoon from the Parramatta Eels at Skilled Stadium going down to the Eels 32-12.
THE New Zealand Warriors have defeated the North Queensland Cowboys 18-6 in front of 20,082 fans at Mt. Smart Stadium.