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GOLD Coast inspiration Luke Bailey says overcoming injury and helping the Titans bounce back to form are his main priorities.
THE Manly's premiership defence is gaining momentum as they posted back-to-back victories with a 34-10 trouncing of Parramatta at Brookvale Oval this afternoon in front of 15,916 fans.
A look at what is making news today, including NSW Origin, Iosefa dramas, Parra's board, Lockyer, Manly's Leagues club, and the game's biggest feud.
A diabolical second half performance from Souths, in which their players replaced their hands with slabs of meat, has helped the Manly Sea Eagles to a clinical 24 points to 8 win at ANZ Stadium tonight.
THE Manly Sea Eagles have returned to winning form at Brookvale Oval today, defeating the Wests Tigers 23-10 in front of almost 18,000 ecstatic fans.
KURT Gidley put on a rugby league master class today to guide the Newcastle Knights to a convincing 26-12 victory over Manly in front of 15,324 fans at Energy Australia Stadium.
THE wrap up from this morning's League news including reports on Manly and their dramas; the Bulldogs young trouble makers; the Knights home game plans; Minichiello's sponsorship and Myles' asking price; and more bad coverage on Todd Carney.
MANLY'S unhappy start to their premiership defence has continued, going down to the Penrith Panthers 12 points to 10 in front of a disappointing crowd of 8667 at Brookvale Oval tonight.
A last minute Jerome Ropati try has secured the two competition points for the New Zealand Warriors with a 26-24 win over the Manly Sea Eagles in front of 16,307 supporters in what was a sensational match of rugby league this afternoon.
ADRIAN Rovere takes a look at the crisis on the Northern Beaches...
LEAGUEUNLIMITED.COM'S Paul Zines looks at the Sea Eagles
THE Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles are the toast of Rugby League
THE Manly Sea Eagles have set up a replay of the 2007 Grand Final with a dominant 32-6 defeat of the New Zealand Warriors at the SFS.
THE St George Illawarra Dragons have become the first team eliminated from the 2008 finals after a 38-6 pasting at the hands of the Manly Sea Eagles in front of 19,000 fans at Brookvale Oval.
THE Manly Sea Eagles have defeated the Penrith Panthers by 34-16 at CUA Stadium as Melbourne must defeat Souths by atleast 26 points to win the Minor Premiership.