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BRISBANE have exacted revenge on the Canberra Raiders for the record defeat suffered at their hands five weeks ago, booking in sixth spot on the ladder with a 22-10 victory at Suncorp Stadium.
THE make-up of the 2009 Finals Series is complete in all three grades, as well as the Grand Final combatants in the Queensland Cup. The full schedule is now available here!
THE Knights have booked themselves a date for next Saturday night after thrashing the Panthers 35-0 in Newcastle this afternoon in front of a 22,000-plus capacity crowd.
THE North Queensland Cowboys have rallied from a 16-0 first-half deficit to defeat the Sydney Roosters 32-16 at the Sydney Football Stadium.
2008 premiers the Manly Sea Eagles have thrashed the Gold Coast Titans 38-4 to secure fifth spot and put their title defence back on track.
A last minute try has given South Sydney Rabbitohs a sensational 26-24 victory over the Cronulla Sharks tonight.
THE Melbourne Storm have secured a home final with a convincing 30-0 win over the New Zealand Warriors in Auckland tonight.
THE Bulldogs have had their chance of a rags-to-riches Minor Premiership title dashed by some Benji Marshall brilliance with the Wests Tigers claiming a 34-12 victory over their finals-bound opponents.
THE St George Illawarra Dragons have claimed the JJ Giltinan Shield for 2009 with a completely dominant 37-0 win over a disappointing Parramatta Eels side in front of 18,000 delirious fans at WIN Jubilee Oval.
VLADO and Tim give you a comprehensive preview of the final round of the 2009 Telstra Premiership with teams, tips, and betfair odds - tonight its two blockbusters with the Dragons hosting the Eels and the Tigers facing the Dogs.
NRL finals to go live to 100 million Americans...
TUESDAY'S Expert wraps up all the NRL match results. LeagueUnlimited.com Players of the Match! Leader board update: Eels fullback Jarryd Hayne first, daylight to second!
THE Canberra Raiders have run out convincing 30-14 victors over a disappointing Newcastle Knights side at Canberra Stadium tonight.
THE Cronulla Sharks have come within a whisker of pulling off one of their greatest ever wins this afternoon, narrowly falling to the Manly Sea Eagles 18-16 at Brookvale Oval.
OLYMPIC Park in Melbourne has seen its last competiton NRL match, with the home side spanking the wooden spoon-destined Roosters 38 points to 4 in front of 13,332.