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VODAFONE Warriors chief executive Wayne Scurrah today confirmed Brian McClennan as the Vodafone Warriors' new head coach.
CANTERBURY-BANKSTOWN Bulldogs captain Andrew Ryan has today confirmed he will retire from Rugby League at the conclusion of the 2011 season.
ROUND 21 results from the New South Wales Cup and the Bundaberg Red Cup.
THE South Sydney Rabbitohs have come back from an early 20 point deficit to defeat the Dragons 34-24 in front of a 18,980 strong crowd
THE Gold Coast Titans travelled to Newcastle to help the Novocastrians give their fans this season's first half century when the Knights made easy meat of some weak defence to smash the Titans 50-20
THE Warriors have put the rest of the top eight on notice with a stunning second half performance to defeat the Raiders 29-10 in front of a 14731 crowd in Auckland
WESTS Tigers can now provide the latest news on injured second-rower Simon Dwyer. Already ruled out for the remainder of this season, Simon suffered a brachial plexus injury as a result of a heavy impact collision against Canterbury Bankstown Bulldog
THE North Queensland Cowboys delighted fans at Dairy Farmers Stadium putting on a dominant second half performance to account for the Penrith Panthers and snatch the game with a smashing 30-18 victory
A free flowing and defence lacking game has seen the Roosters claim 2 points against the Bulldogs despite their season being over for 2011. The Bondi club getting the win 32-28 at the Sydney Football Stadium
THE Jetstar Gold Coast Titans wish to advise that Coach John Cartwright will be unable to travel to Newcastle for tomorrow's clash against the Knights after being admitted to hospital overnight with suspected appendicitis.
WESTS Tigers superstar Benji Marshall was yesterday crowned the 2010 Magpie Award winner at a luncheon at Wests Ashfield Leagues Club.
THE Brisbane Broncos were in session as their skills dominated over the travelling Sharks. 24,164 fans at Suncorp witnessed a woeful Cronulla side go down 46-16 after a poor performance.
WESTS Tigers, fighting for their place in the NRL's top 8, have constructed a magical second 40 minutes to defeat the Manly Sea Eagles at Bluetongue Stadium.
LINDSEY Cuthbertson takes a look at tomorrow's games and how the top 8 is shaping up...
A full preview of the second part of the Split Round 17 of the QRL Intrust Super Cup.