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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
FOLLOWING discussions between a range of NRL elite, the Round 26 clash between the Eels and Dragons farewelling four rugby league greats will now be played at ANZ Stadium.
A second-half comeback from the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks has tonight seen them 20-19 victors over the Warriors at Toyota Stadium in front of 9,271 cold and wet fans.
A spirited Gold Coast Titans have upset the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs tonight, coming out 25-14 winners at Suncorp Stadium in the second match of a double header in Round 10
THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs will break new ground in late June when they take their round 16 Telstra Premiership clash with the Melbourne Storm to Virgin Australia Stadium, Mackay.
THE Pirtek Parramatta Eels are confident Saturday
THERE is only one thing Redfern craves more than a match of Rugby League and that is the right to sing Glory, Glory to South Sydney on September 30, 2012.
THE South Sydney Rabbitohs, Western Australian Rugby League and nib Stadium have today launched the huge Western Australian re-match between the South Sydney and the Brisbane Broncos to be played at nib Stadium on Friday 23 March at 6pm WST.
THE most unusual and exciting of off-seasons is almost at an end for the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs as they look to a 2012 season filled with promise and hope far exceeding anything seen in the last few seasons.
WHEN assessing the Broncos' 2012 chances it's impossible not to lead with the unavoidable question; just how will the club fare without Darren Lockyer?