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THE Brisbane Broncos have continued on their merry way at the top of the NRL ladder with a comfortable 20-12 victory over a disjointed Canterbury Bulldogs in front of 30,538 fans at Suncorp Stadium.
THE new-look Ausgrid Stadium in Newcastle will host an end-of-season Test between Australia and New Zealand on October 16 in an exciting prelude to the 2011 Four Nations tournament in the United Kingdom.
IN what can best be described as an ANZAC Day boilover, the Warriors have showed steely defence in the second half to record an 18-14 win over the Melbourne Storm at AAMI Park tonight
THE annual Anzac Day clash between the Roosters and Dragons was met with bleak weather at the Sydney Football Stadium but also some great football, where the Dragons took the game out 24 points to 10
PARRAMATTA have stolen this game, on the bell, with a try to Shane Shackleton to win 22-18 in front of 10,052 fans at Parramatta Stadium.
THE Knights showed how it is done today in Canberra with the Raiders allowing their great work of the first half to be undone in the second, the visitors winning 22-12 in the Nation's Capital.
BULLDOGS livewire fullback Ben Barba has again been a stand-out, starring in Canterbury's 36-24 victory over South Sydney in front of 22352 fans at ANZ Stadium tonight. The fullback scored two tries and had a hand in several others as the Bulldogs continu
NORTH Queensland proved too good for Cronulla at Toyota Stadium tonight, handing the Sharks their fourth consecutive defeat, a 30 points to 12 thrashing in front of 7,340 fans.
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