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MELBOURNE have done enough to defeat a gallant Gold Coast side 24-16 in front of 9,108 fans at AAMI Park
THE Manly Sea Eagles continued to tune up for the finals with a workmanlike 23-6 victory over the South Sydney Rabbitohs in front of 17,947 fans at Bluetongue Stadium tonight.
The Sea Eagles held a 9-6 lead at the break before running in a further thre
WESTS and Parramatta have combined to post a total 77 points in an entertaining game of football which engulfed the 14,822 fans at Campbelltown Sports Ground
THE South Sydney Rabbitohs have secured their sixth consecutive victory fighting off a late comeback from the Titans to win 22-18 in front of 20,187 fans at Skilled Park
THE erratic form of the Canberra Raiders has continued today at Canberra Stadium, with the home side securing a 28-12 victory over the Brisbane Broncos in front of 9,850 fans.
THE Sharks have won their first match since round 17 after thrashing the New Zealand Warriors 45-4 in front of 13,812 at Mt Smart Stadium.
THE Manly Sea Eagles are momentarily into the NRL top 4, scoring a scrappy 8-6 victory over the North Queensland Cowboys at Dairy Farmers Stadium
CANTERBURY-BANKSTOWN Bulldogs have extended their winning streak to 10 with a powerful 26-10 win over the Newcastle Knights at Hunter Stadium, Newcastle.
THE Melbourne Storm have bounced back to form in style with a 46-6 thrashing of the Penrith Panthers at AAMI Park in front of 9,223 fans
THE Sydney Roosters have caused an upset at Allianz Stadium with a 14-0 victory over the St. George Illawarra Dragons in front of 12,580 fans.
PARRAMATTA have stunned the Brisbane Broncos with an upset 42-22 victory at Suncorp Stadium tonight in front of 22,626 fans
SOUTH Sydney have shown off their premiership credentials today, thrashing Wests 32 points to 6 in front of 29,863 fans at ANZ Stadium.
A double to flying winger Kevin Naiqama led the Newcastle Knights to a 36-6 win over fellow top-8 hopefuls the Canberra Raiders at Canberra Stadium today
THE Manly Sea Eagles have shocked the Warriors at Patersons Stadium in Subiaco, Western Australia tonight
THE Penrith Panthers have back-to-back wins for the first time in 2012 after defeating the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 21-20 in extra time in front of 7,848 fans at Toyota Park