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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
MANLY have broken the hearts of 15,133 Sharks fans at home, with a last gasp try to steal the game 19-13 tonight
A physical New Zealand Warriors have beaten a very error-prone Sydney Roosters 24-12 at Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland.
THE Wests Tigers and South Sydney Rabbitohs kicked off the Men of League Heritage round with a physical encounter at the Sydney Football Stadium, taken out by the Wests Tigers 30 points to 6 in front of 22,677 fans.
THE North Qld Cowboys have run out convincing 22-12 victors over a disappointing Gold Coast Titans side in tonight's round 5 heritage encounter in front of a healthy home crowd at Dairy Farmers Stadium.
THE Melbourne Storm has run-out convincing 30-16 victors over the Canterbury Bulldogs in front of 11592 fans at AAMI Park tonight.
IN a game that promised so much, only one team delivered today with the Roosters smothering the Tigers 24-12 at the SFS, a scoreline flattered the Tigers as the hosts mailed them in defence in front of 20,479 fans.
A stellar defensive performance has seen the St George Illawarra Dragons deny a momentous Newcastle Knights comeback to claim a narrow 20-18 win at Ausgrid Stadium.