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WESTS Tigers have got off the mark in 2013, after a convincing 28-18 victory over the Penrith Panthers today in front of 9,715 fans at Campbelltown Stadium.
THE South Sydney Rabbitohs have been involved in Rugby League since 1908 and while still saddled with the tag "The Pride of the League", the boys from Redfern still have not won a premiership since 1971.
THE Penrith Panthers will look to rebuild after a tumultuous 2012 season.
AT the start of 2010, no one (other than those in the Shire) would have ever envisaged the rapid improvement of the Cronulla team that has brought them to where they are now.
THE Indigenous All Stars have claimed the 2013 Rugby League All Stars with a 32-6 victory over the NRL All Stars at Suncorp Stadium in front of 41,021 fans.
THE Sharks announce that the stadium naming rights partnership with Toyota has concluded effective immediately.
WOW. Was anyone expecting that? What a season for the Belmore boys!
THE South Sydney Rabbitohs set out to become the pride of the league once again in 2012, and they nearly fulfilled their self-proclaimed prophecy...
2012 saw the Cronulla club, in every aspect of operations overcome a range of challenges, and rise up against the overwhelming odds stacked against them.
PANTHERS on track for prosperity or destruction...
AND so it comes to this. 1 v 2 on the ladder. The two best teams all year. Read on for Paul's preview of the decider - and his tips for man of the match and the Clive Churchill medal. Includes tips from our live update team.
THE Canberra Raiders have put in a dominate performance over the Dragons 44-16 in the second preliminary final to advance to the Grand Final.
THE Wests Tigers have defeated the Sydney Roosters to book their place in the 2012 Toyota Cup Grand Final with a 28-22 victory.
THE Wests Tigers have come from behind to cause an upset over the Toyota Cup minor premiership the Bulldogs with a 24-20 victory at ANZ Stadium
THE St. George Illawarra Dragons have powered through the Penrith Panthers to come away with a 44-20 victory at ANZ Stadium in the first elimination final