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THE Penrith Panthers have comprehensively outplayed a disappointing Brisbane Broncos outfit tonight winning 33-10 in front of a vocal home crowd.
A 34,322 strong ANZ Stadium crowd came out to see the much anticipated clash between the Bulldogs and the Dragons, where Dragons took what was truly a game of two halves 15 points to ten
THE Manly Sea Eagles have continued the Canberra Raiders miserable season, with a 20-0 shutout in front of 6148 hardy fans at Brookvale Oval tonight.
THE Dragons came out to Kogarah's WIN Jubilee Stadium to play the Cowboys with a depleted outfit, but in spite of the scratchings put in a clinical performance to thrill the 13,056 Mother's Day crowd and take the game 22 points to 8
THE New Zealand Warriors headed across the Tasman for a journey in which hasn
THIS game had all the hallmarks to be a cracker, with team changes for both sides with players backing up after representative duties. The Melbourne Storm in the end were too good for the "Baby Broncos", riding away winners, 29-22 at Suncorp
A second-half five-minute period of madness has secured victory for Australia in the annual VB League Test over New Zealand, the Kangaroos 20-10 victors at Skilled Park tonight
THE 2011 City Country game was taken to Albury's Lavington Sports Ground which greeted the sides with cold and slippery conditions, conditions Country made the most of, taking the game 18-12 thrilling the Albury crowd
LEAGUEUNLIMITED'S Paul Mitry takes a look at the "NSW Origin trial" when Country host City in Albury this Friday night.
A near-capacity crowd have witnessed a commanding display from St George Illawarra this afternoon, running out comfortable 30-0 victors over a disappointing Parramatta side on the Dragons return to Oki Jubilee Stadium for 2011.
THE Wests Tigers have given the Canberra Raiders a footballing lesson, winning 49-12 in Canberra Stadium this afternoon.
RETURNING to some form the New Zealand Warriors collecting their 4th win of the season and their second straight at their home base at Mt. Smart Stadium. To defeat the Penrith Panthers 26 points to 18 in front of 11,412 fans.
THE North Queensland Cowboys have defeated the Manly Sea Eagles 22-20 in controversial circumstances tonight in front of a packed Dairy Farmers Stadium.
AFTER being upset by the Warriors at home, the Storm helped AAMI Park reclaim its title of the Graveyard making minced meat out of their Newcastle visitors, defeating the Knights 42 points to 12
GOLD Coast have fought back from 13-12 down to win 24-13 in a spirited affair on the Coast in front of 15,177 fans.