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AS predicted the New Zealand Kiwis ran in plenty of points against Papua New Guinea this afternoon, but the Kumuls provided some fantastic second half entertainment in scoring two tries, losing 76-12 at Rotorua this afternoon
IN front of a disappointing 11,308 Parramatta Stadium crowd, Australia opened their Four Nations campaign by emphatically defeating the Papua New Guinea side 42-0
NEW Zealand have withheld a brief second half England comeback to register a 24-10 victory in their Four Nations opener at Wellington's Westpac Stadium.
THE St George Illawarra Dragons have won the 2010 Grand Final with an emphatic 32 points to 8 victory over the Sydney Roosters in teeming rain in front of a massive ANZ Stadium crowd of 82,334 screaming fans.
THE New Zealand Warriors have claimed an inaugural premiership trophy with a comprehensive 42-28 victory over the South Sydney Rabbitohs in the Under 20s Grand Final at ANZ Stadium.
THE Canterbury Bulldogs have taken out back to back premierships, defeating the Windsor Wolves 24-12 at a wet ANZ stadium this afternoon.
THE St George Illawarra Dragons have won through to the 2010 NRL Grand Final with a tense 13-12 victory over a brave Wests Tigers outfit in front of a pulsating crowd of over 71,000 at ANZ Stadium in Sydney tonight.
THE Sydney Roosters are the first team into the 2010 NRL Telstra Premiership Grand Final, after a comfortable 32-6 victory over the Gold Coast Titans in front of 44787 fans at Suncorp Stadium.
THE Sydney Roosters have booked a preliminary final date with the Titans next Friday, following a comfortable 34-12 win over an injury-hit Penrith Panthers tonight at the SFS
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.