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IN his 340th NRL game, veteran superstar and Broncos captain Darren Lockyer has controlled his side to a victory on Wests Tigers home turf to down them 31-18 at the SFS in front of 19,494 fans.
DESPITE Penrith's mountains of possession, fortress Brookvale proved exceedingly difficult to penetrate with sensational Manly defence ruling the night, where the home side Manly won 22-16 in front of 14,623 fans.
THE St George Illawarra Dragons have outlasted a gallant South Sydney Rabbitohs 16-0 in a grinding game in which neither team crossed the line until the 67 minute.
MELBOURNE have hit the road and will venture back with two points, after downing a spirited Panthers team 25-10 at Penrith Park
NEWCASTLE got home against a spirited Cronulla today at Ausgrid Stadium, but it was a result not confirmed until the final minute as the Knights held the Sharks out 24-20 in front of 12,796 Novocastrians
IN a starring role Cowboys captain Johnathan Thurston and fullback Matt Bowen controlled the game to defeat the Canberra Raiders for their second straight home win in 2011, 26 points to 12.
SLIPPERY conditions in Gosford failed to deter the Brisbane Broncos from a tidy victory at Bluetongue Stadium in Gosford where they defeated the Sydney Roosters 24 points to 6
A tough and determined Manly Sea Eagles have tonight defeated the visiting Vodafone Warriors in front of a small and vocal crowd at a soggy Brookvale Oval by 20-10
THE Gold Coast Titans have defeated a timid Tigers outfit 20-14 at Skilled Park tonight.
30,687 fans have witnessed an action-packed, drama charged Round 6 encounter at ANZ Stadium tonight, won 34-14 by the Canterbury Bulldogs.
THE Auckland Vulcans, featuring a number of Vodafone Warriors players, ensured a painful trip home for the Newtown Jets as they trounced the visitors 60-10 in Saturday's New South Wales Cup clash at Mount Smart Stadium.
THE Brisbane Broncos continued their impressive record of not conceding any second half points in the first 5 rounds of 2011 in their impressive 17-6 victory in front of 24,522 brave fans on a wet and slippery night at Suncorp Stadium
ST George Dragons showed this afternoon why they are in contention for back to back Premierships, when they convincingly defeated the Canterbury Bulldogs at the Sydney Cricket Ground by 25-6 in front of 31,122 very wet supporters
STEPHEN Kearney's Eels travelled south for a master vs apprentice game at AAMI Park where Bellamy's boys proved too good for the visitors, with the Storm smashing the Eels 38 nil
THE Penrith Panthers have heavily defeated a hapless Raiders outfit 36-10 at Centrebet Stadium