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ST George Illawarra Dragons halfback Michael Witt announced on Friday his decision to retire from first-grade rugby league at the end of this season.
IN this weekly feature for LeagueUnlimited, our Armchair Expert runs his lazy eye over the weekend that was. Each round he looks at the happenings of the previous weekend, and keep you up to date with the big issues like refereeing, social media and the current controversies.
IT took a golden point field goal to superstar number seven Johnathan Thurston for the Cowboys to finally put an extremely brave Cronulla Sharks side away tonight at 1300SMILES Stadium in front of less than 12,000 fans.
THE Brisbane Broncos have ended the St. George Illawarra Dragons finals chances with a 30-22 victory at Suncorp Stadium with 36,720 in attendance.
PANTHERS would like to make the following statement in relation to an article that appeared in the Daily Telegraph earlier this week.
THE NRL have outlined the restrictions which will apply to players who have been suspended for breaches of the game's anti-doping rules.
MANLY Warringah Sea Eagles life member Jason King has today announced he will retire at the end of the 2014 National Rugby League Season.
MELBOURNE have kept their hopes of a top four finish alive after a professional 24-10 victory over the Penrith Panthers, in front of 8,994 fans at Penrith tonight.
THE St. George Illawarra Dragons have kept their faint finals hopes alive with a quality display at Kogarah today, disposing of the Gold Coast Titans 34-6 in front of just under 10,000 fans.
THE Canberra Raiders have consigned the wooden spoon to the Cronulla Sharks after a 22-12 victory at Remondis Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
THE Brisbane Broncos have kept their finals hopes alive as they embarrassed the Newcastle Knights, 48-6, at Suncorp Stadium in front of 22,282.
THE Sharks have been advised that five players currently contracted to the club have received ‘show cause' notices from ASADA.
THE Melbourne Storm have put a distracting week off field behind them to record a 48-6 win over the struggling Sharks. A rampant Melbourne outfit ran in nine tries to one, including doubles to Mahe Fonua and Tim Glasby.
WHETHER it was the influence of coach Paul McGregor, halfback Benji Marshall or the three tries from Brett Morris, no one will care about a Canberra hoodoo following the Dragons 34-16 win in the national capital.
A rampaging Greg Inglis has opened Close the Gap Round by guiding the South Sydney Rabbitohs to an emphatic 42-16 win over Brisbane tonight at ANZ Stadium in front of 14,904 fans.