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THE Wests Tigers had to battle the in-form Canberra Raiders and various counts of deja vu to send themselves into a highly anticipated preliminary final against St George Illawarra after a 26-24 victory tonight.
IT may have taken until the 60th minute for them to get going, but the Dragons have done it, advancing into the Preliminary Final week with a resounding 28-0 victory over the Manly Sea Eagles at Kogarah today.
CANBERRA have withheld a late charge from Penrith to record their first finals victory in years 24-22 in front of 16,668 fans
TODD Carney and Shaun Kenny Dowall have combined to break the hearts of Tigers fan with a 101st minute intercept sealing a 19-15 win in front of 33,315 fans.
IN front of a near-capacity crowd of 27,026 fans at Skilled Park, the Gold Coast Titans have defeated the New Zealand Warriors 28-16, ensuring a nervous wait over the course of the weekend for the visitors.
IN front of an 18,274 strong WIN Jubilee Oval crowd, Dragons took out their final game of the domestic season 38 - 24 over South Sydney to boot them out of the 2010 competition and seal Manly's position in the finals.
MANLY-WARRINGAH Sea Eagles will have to wait until tonight's final result before claiming a finals position, after blowing their chance losing 30-24 to a determined Bulldogs outfit at Brookvale Oval on Sunday afternoon
20,517 fans packed AAMI Park to farewell several departing players and the Melbourne Storm 2010 season. Melbourne completed the game in style, powering home to a 34 - 4 victory over the Newcastle Knights to finish their horror season on a high.
IT'S been all one way traffic at CUA Stadium as just under 11,000 fans watched Penrith destroy the Sharks 50-12 and secure a top two spot tonight
THE Roosters have prepared for their first finals campaign since 2008 with a scratchy 18-8 victory over the North Queensland Cowboys at Dairy Farmers Stadium
THE New Zealand Warriors have spoiled departing Parramatta Eels skipper Nathan Cayless' farewell with a 26-12 victory at Parramatta Stadium.
CANBERRA have withstood a last chance surge from Brisbane to seal their spot in the finals series 18-16.
IN front of a 26,103 strong packed house at Skilled Park, Gold Coast Titans took out a top of the table encounter with the Wests Tigers 21 points to 18, with both teams being assured home finals next weekend
PENRITH have survived having their captain sent off to sour Luke Pattens and Brett Kimmorleys farewell game sealing the game on fulltime and winning 24-18.
A stunning comeback from the Sydney Roosters today has the Manly Sea Eagles in danger of missing the top eight, with the home side at the SFS overcoming a 14-0 deficit to defeat Manly 30-14 in front of almost 19,000 fans