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THEY may have been missing a range of key players, but that didn't matter for the Canberra Raiders today, as they thrashed the Cronulla Sharks 40-12 at Canberra Stadium
THE Melbourne Storm have put their 2010 salary cap saga behind them with an 18-6 shut-out of the Manly Sea Eagles in front of a passionate home crowd.
A masterful kicking display from Jamie Soward has proven the catalyst for the St George Illawarra Dragons 25-16 victory over a spirited Gold Coast Titans outfit at Skilled Park.
AN impressive Parramatta Eels outfit have held off a fast finishing New Zealand Warriors 24-18 in front of a record crowd at Eden Park tonight.
THE North Queensland Cowboys have outlasted the Brisbane Broncos 16-14 in an exciting round one encounter in front of 45119 fans at Suncorp Stadium tonight.
WELL is there anything better than a season opener? For Roosters fans it was an almost perfect start - the Bondi men 40-29 victors over the South Sydney Rabbitohs tonight in front of just under 29,000 fans at the SFS.
A typically tenacious defensive performance has seen the St George Illawarra Dragons edge out a spirited Wigan Warriors side 21-15 to claim an entertaining World Club Challenge at DW Stadium.
REPORT on the NSW Cup trial match between Newtown and Canterbury-Bankstown played at Leichhardt Oval on Saturday, 12th February 2011.
THE St George Illawarra Dragons have proven too classy for the South Sydney Rabbitohs, claiming their first Charity Shield since 2007 with a 32-10 victory at ANZ Stadium.
THE Jetstar Gold Coast Titans succumbed to a disappointing loss in their first trial match of the season, going down to the Brisbane Broncos 42-18 in front of a crowd of 3,500 at Wynnum.
IN the second annual All Stars contest, the NRL representatives have prevailed 28 points to 12 in front of 25,843 people at Skilled Park.
VODAFONE Warriors coach Ivan Cleary will use all four of the club's major new signings in Saturday's charity game against the Newcastle Knights at Wingham Park in Greymouth.
AN amazing long range try in the 79th minute has seen New Zealand steal a breathtaking 16-12 win over Australia in the Four Nations final at Suncorp Stadium in front of nearly 37,000 supporters
A 44,324 strong Eden Park crowd came out to see Australia overpower New Zealand 34 points to 20. Despite the game essentially being a dead rubber, there was a fair bit of feeling in it.
ENGLAND have finished their Four Nations campaign with a comfortable but unconvincing 36-10 win over Papua New Guinea in a scrappy clash at Eden Park.