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NSW Cup results for round 25 and the preliminary final result in Bundaberg Rum Cup.
RESULTS FOR NATIONAL COMPETITION - ROUND ONE 2011
A 40,094 strong crowd packed Suncorp Stadium to see an undisciplined affair with only sparks of brilliance and some injury worries where the Broncos proved too good for the Rabbitohs taking them down 22-10
THE St George Illawarra Dragons have broken a 5five match losing streak to defeat the New Zealand Warriors 26-22 in front of a 15,732 crowd at WIN Stadium this afternoon
NSW Cup Rd 25 & Bundaberg Red Cup Preliminary Final results.
SIMON Reuben reviews Wigan's famous Challenge Cup victory from last night.
THE North Queensland Cowboys have overcome an 8-point deficit at half-time to defeat the Cronulla Sharks 28-20 in front of 12,655 fans at Dairy Farmers Stadium.
THE Penrith Panthers have denied Alan Tongue one last home victory as the downed the 19-18 in front of a 10,085 crowd at Canberra Stadium this evening
THE Canterbury Bulldogs have come back from a 16-point half time deficit to defeat the Knights 32-22 in front of a 10,257 crowd at ANZ Stadium this evening
THE Pirtek Parramatta Eels' first ever Rothmans medal winner and grand final skipper, Ray
FOR the third time in the last six weeks the Parramatta Eels have dropped their bundle in golden point, sacrificing a 12-0 lead against a spirited Roosters side to almost certainly consign them to last place in the 2011 premiership
DUBBED as a possible Grand Final preview and it lived to all the hype. The Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles dominating over the Melbourne Storm 18-4 in front of a fired up crowd at Brookvale Oval of 20,414.
WELL it could have been Crocodile Dundee. Remember when a mugger pulls a flick knife on him, and he un-sheaths a bowie knife the size of Excalibur?
WIGAN Warriors, in association with Wigan Council, are today able to announce the Wembley Homecoming Event which will take place at the DW Stadium on Sunday 28th August from 2.30pm.
AFTER a week of exciting competition, the sun was shining on Papakura and the excellent facilities at Bruce Pulman Park were ready for a blockbuster finals day and the football didn't disappoint.