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PENRITH registered their biggest ever winning margin against Parramatta at Centrebet Stadium with a 44-12 disposal of a disappointing Eels outfit in front of 14,211 fans tonight.
RESULTS from the range of NSWRL competitions this weekend, including VB NSW Cup, Ron Massey Cup, and the preliminary finals of the SG Ball and Harold Matthews Cup.
A quick whip-around of all the results from Round 7 of the National Youth Competition - the Holden Cup Under 20's.
&NBSP;WESTS Tigers centres Blake Ayshford and Chris Lawrence are expected to be out for up to six weeks each.
NORTH Queensland Cowboys NRL squad member Alex Elisala sadly passed away in Mackay this evening at the age of 20.
THE North Queensland Cowboys will today respond to an NRL request for information regarding NRL squad member Robert Lui
THE Newcastle Knights have gone a long way towards squashing the criticism surrounding their recent away form, snapping a four-game losing streak away from home with a clinical 30-6 outclassing of fellow early-season contenders the Gold Coast Titans.
CANTERBURY have recorded their second win of the 2013 season in a stop-start affair on the Central Coast. They defeated Cronulla 24-8 in front of 10,131 fans.
THE Brisbane Broncos have defeated the Wests Tigers in front of 11,547 fans at Campbelltown Sports Stadium. In a penalty ridden game, the Broncos won 20-10 with the Tigers losing three of their key players.
THE North Queensland Cowboys have emerged victorious over the Canberra Raiders in an error filled game at 1300SMILES Stadium in Townsville this evening. The final score was 30 - 12 in what was a dire affair between the two sides, with plenty of dropped ball, and penalties to match.
SOUTH Sydney have recorded a rare victory at Brookvale oval in a blockbuster encounter, 20 points to 12 in front of 20,510 fans tonight.
WESTS Tigers is pleased to announce the signing of former premiership winning winger Pat Richards to a two-year contract from 2014.
ON behalf of my family I would like to say how disappointed we all are by the reports that have been published today.
A powerful defensive display from the Sydney Roosters has seen them run out winners over the St George-Illawarra Dragons, 34-10, in front of 40,752 fans at Allianz Stadium this afternoon.
THE Melbourne Storm entertained the highest regular season crowd of 25,480 with a second half fight back over the Warriors at AAMI Park, winning 28-18.