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THE run down on coverage of round one of the 2011 NSW Cup season.
STAR recruit Greg Inglis has been selected in the centres for the South Sydney Rabbitohs' NRL season opener against Sydney Roosters on March 11.
WESTS' mix of youth and experience coupled with test players will see them prove that they truly are one of the strongest teams in the competition.
THE Canberra Raiders have been boosted in the week leading into the season opener, with news today that Bronson Harrison has re-signed with the club for a further three seasons until the end of 2014.
THE Titans' consistency should ensure a top eight berth. Their biggest test will be avoiding the finish of 2010 and finding an extra gear when it counts at semi-final time.
2011 is a year where the Panthers once again go in with the labels of pretenders. If the Panthers are to prove that last season was not a fluke, then Matthew Elliott and his mountain men must step up and deliver again.
IF you are looking for the text book definition of enigma, read on. The New Zealand Warriors are it.
ALL the scores from final weekend of trial fixtures, including the Knights demolition of Cronulla and the Eels convincing 30-0 win over the Panthers.
THE St George Illawarra Dragons have today named an 18-man squad for Sunday's World Club Challenge at DW Stadium.
GONE are the days of the Raiders being seen as perennial underachievers. It's time to deliver in the nations capital and Canberra certainly have the team to win the premiership.
THE St George Illawarra Dragons wish to advise that Head Coach Wayne Bennett has urgently returned home to Australia from the United Kingdom for family reasons.
PURSUING a seventh successive finals appearance in 2011, the Sea Eagles will have to do their best to steer clear of the ill-timed injuries and suspensions which brought their 2010 season to an underwhelming end.
THE Melbourne Storm have named a 23-man outfit for their final pre-season trial against the Brisbane Broncos at Dolphin Park, Redcliffe.
CANBERRA Raiders captain Alan Tongue has been declared fit to play and will lead the Green Machine against the Bulldogs in his home town match in Tamworth.
ON paper, Souths should be primed to make a run for the top eight. The true test for the Rabbitohs is to show the required mental and physical toughness to defend their try line.