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THE Melbourne Storm have overcome an early 5-1 penalty count to run out victors over the Sydney Roosters 28 points to 12 tonight at Bluetongue Stadium.
JAMIE Lyon has inspired the Manly Sea Eagles to a come-from-behind 22-20 victory in front of 27,527 fans at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, reversing the recent run of losses for the defending Premiers.
THE Knights have held out the Titans 23-18 at Energy Australia Stadium this afternoon after racing to an 18-4 lead early on.
FOUR tries to Dragons winger Brett Morris simply weren't enough for the visiting St George Illawarra this evening in Townsville, succumbing 24-20 to a Johnathon Thurston-inspired North Queensland Cowboys in front of 16,031 fans.
AUSTRALIA salvaged some pride after their 2008 World Cup final loss with a 38-10 win over World Champions New Zealand in Brisbane tonight.
THE Bulldogs have played out a magnificent spectacle against the Tigers, claiming a 22-20 victory today...
THE Dragons took the lead in the 71st minute and held on for a 12-11 win at a picturesque WIN Stadium this afternoon.
DARREN Lockyer's 300th first grade game was drenched in thunder and lightning tonight...
THE Penrith Panthers have paid a high price for their 18-10 victory over a lacklustre Canberra Raiders side tonight, potentially losing strike centre and NSW hopeful Michael Jennings for an extended period with an ankle injury.
A tough battle was predicted at Skilled Park this afternoon between the Titans and the Rabbitohs, and no one was disappointed with the home side coming away the victors in the end by 22-14.
THE Melbourne Storm have come away from Brookvale Oval tonight with a 22-8 win over Manly in the Grand Final replay, with 10,752 watching a penalty-filled contest.
THE Eels may just have turned their season around tonight as they defeated a patchy North Queensland side 28-18 in front of 8,104 fans at Parramatta Stadium.
THE Bulldogs managed to gain control and hold on to their half-time lead to take a 30-20 victory at a wintry Canberra Stadium this afternoon.
THE Cowboys have ended Manlys two game winning streak with a 26-12 victory. The game was a see-sawing battle that was had everything a match should have - bone Jarring defence, free flowing attack and even a good old fashion punch up.
WIND and rain in Melbourne tonight could not stop an exciting game going down to the wire at Olympic Park where the Storm and the Warriors fought it out for 90 minutes on a soggy field, to end up at a 14 all scoreline.