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A full preview of all the Round 9 Intrust Super Cup action thanks to the QRL, together with Ben "Dobbo" Dobson's tips.
THE QRL has supplied it's weekly list of teams and officials for the ninth round of the Queensland Cup - better known by its sponsored name of the Intrust Super Cup.
ROUND 9 of the First Utility Super League was part one of the double round Easter period where each team plays twice in three days.
A look at the weekend's action from one Super League catch-up Round 9 match, as well as the Tetley's Challenge Cup semi finals.
THANKS to the NSWRL, here are the results for Round 12 of the VB NSW Cup and Round 9 of the Ron Massey Cup.
ALL the teamlists for Round 9 of the Ron Massey Cup (formerly Bundy Red Cup) competition thanks to the NSWRL.
AN impressive South Sydney has lived up to pre-match expectations by running out 54-10 winners over an injury depleted Wests Tigers side in front of 19,178 fans at ANZ Stadium.
A CONTROVERSIAL 70th minute send-off of Sydney Roosters enforcer Jared Waerea-Hargreaves has overshadowed their gutsy 16-4 defeat of the Manly Sea Eagles at Brookvale Oval in front of 12,950 fans.
WE look back at the 9th round of the 2013 NRL Premiership, and see who's the new leader in our Player of the Year standings. Also features a look at the ladder after nine rounds, where the South Sydney Rabbitohs sit atop the competition!
A quick whip-around of all the results from Round 9 of the National Youth Competition - the Holden Cup Under 20's.
ALL the scores and scorers from the weekend's VB NSW Cup and Ron Massey Cup competitions thanks to NSWRL, plus the National Junior Rep Finals played on Sunday at North Sydney Oval.
PENRITH have recorded a shock 12-10 victory over reigning premiers Melbourne in front a hearty crowd of 7,803 at Centrebet Stadium tonight.
THE Canberra Raiders today showed a clean pair of heels to flog the Newcastle Knights 44-14 at Canberra Stadium, overcoming a slow start in front of 10,453.
AN out of form Parramatta Eels side has scored a surprise 19-18 win over the Brisbane Broncos in front of 11,005 fans at Parramatta Stadium.
THE New Zealand Warriors have blown another second half lead as the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs surged home with three second half tries to win, 24-16 at Westpac Stadium in front of a healthy 30,112.