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THE Melbourne Storm have sent an ominous warning to their opponents in the 2007 Premiership with a 40-nil drubbing of last year
FOLLOWING a scoreless first half, the Parramatta Eels have posted a narrow 12-10 victory over the New Zealand Warriors
EELS have made one minor change to their team that stitched up the Broncos in moving Feleti Mateo to the starting line up and Daniel Wagon back to the bench.
RUGBY League Crowds across the country have posted some record figures in 2007.
THE 2007 NRL Minor Premiers, the Melbourne Storm, have capped off a remarkable season by blowing away a lacklustre Gold Coast Titans by 50-6 in front of 11,770 excited fans at Olympic Park.
THE Cronulla Sharks have defeated the Canberra Raiders by 22-12 tonight in a dour contest.
SYDNEY Roosters have scored a 26-12 victory over South Sydney Rabbitohs amid high drama with referee Ben Cummins again bringing the quality of officiating into question.
IN a drama-charged night at Dairy Farmers Stadium, the Bulldogs have fallen victim to a Cowboys outfit by just six points, losing 38-32 after trailing by 28 points with twenty minutes remaining.
NEWCASTLE Knights have defeated Wests Tigers 26-24 after staging a remarkable comeback to end the Wests Tigers 2007 campaign
STARKERS takes a look at the final round of the 2007 premiership, along with this week's best value with our mates at Centrebet...
DRAGONS Coach Nathan Brown has stuck with a winning formula for when they clash with the Eagles this Sunday afternoon at Brookvale
ST George Illawarra Dragons have rocked the Parrammatta Eels' finals campaign with a shock 14-6 win at WIN Stadium
THE South Sydney Rabbitohs have continued their march to the semi-finals, scoring a comprehensive 37-12 victory over the Wests Tigers at a packed Leichhardt Oval.
THE Brisbane Broncos have defeated a totally inept Canberra Raiders side 30-19 at Suncorp Stadium this afternoon.
THE New Zealand Warriors have moved one step closer to securing a home semi final after today thrashing the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles 36-14 in front of 25,070 parochial fans at Mt Smart Stadium.