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ITS the big one for the Sydney Shield, and here are how the teams line up for the grand final
IT'S happened again, the North Queensland Cowboys have been eliminated from the NRL Finals for the third straight year in controversial circumstances as the Sydney Roosters plucked a 31-30 victory at Allianz Stadium.
THE Penrith Panthers have advanced through the Preliminary Finals with a remarkable, 19-18, victory over the Sydney Roosters at Allianz Stadium.
DESPITE holding a technical home ground advantage, the Manly Sea Eagles have struggled to cope with a rampaging South Sydney Rabbitohs who scored a 40-24 victory in front of 25,733 fans at Allianz Stadium.
THE Sydney Roosters are pleased to announce QBE Insurance Australia (QBE) as one of the Club's new major partners.
THE Sydney Roosters now rely on the North Queensland Cowboys beating the Sea Eagles to claim the 2014 Minor Premiership after they held on against the Rabbitohs 28-18 at Allianz Stadium.
THE Sydney Roosters have scored a 24-12 win over the Melbourne Storm at Allianz Stadium in front of 13,000 fans.
THE Sydney Roosters have kept their minor premiership hopes alive, with an emphatic 46-12 win over the New Zealand Warriors at Mt Smart Stadium in front of 19,000 fans.
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.
A spirited Gold Coast Titans fell agonisingly short of delivering a farewell gift to departing coach John Cartwright in losing 26-18 to the Sydney Roosters tonight at Allianz Stadium in front of a measly 6,345 fans.
THE South Sydney Rabbitohs overpowered competition leaders the Sea Eagles to claim a 23-4 victory at the historic Sydney Cricket Ground in front of 27,062
THE South Sydney Rabbitohs are delighted to announce that State of Origin back rower Chris McQueen has agreed to terms with the Club on a contract extension until the end of the 2016 season.
SOUTH Sydney have consolidated their second position on the ladder, with a ruthless 50-10 victory over the Newcastle Knights in front of 11,570 fans at Barlow Park, Cairns.
SOUTH Sydney have moved into second position on the NRL ladder, after a rampaging 34-18 victory over the Canberra Raiders in front of 9,526 fans at Canberra Stadium.
THE Newcastle Knights have bounced back to the winners' table after a second-half thriller at Hunter Stadium. The young-gun Knights rose to the challenge of overcoming the reigning premiers with a 16-12 victory. The 15,468 strong crowd were left on the edge of their seats in the dying minutes of the game as the both teams played hot potato with the football.