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TWO-TIME Country Rugby League player of the year, Grant Wooden, will captain the Country Rugby League for the third consecutive year when they face the Cook Islands in their upcoming international fixture.
TEAM lists and officials for the first week of finals in the NSWRL's Bundaberg Red Cup competition, to be held at Cabramatta's New Era Stadium.
JETSTAR Gold Coast Titans backrower Anthony Laffranchi has been named to make his return from a shoulder injury against the Wests Tigers when the two clubs battle it out for the Larry Corowa Shield at Skilled Park on Friday night.
CANBERRA Raiders hooker Glen Buttriss will start the game for the Green Machine this Friday night, with Raiders Co-Captain Alan Tongue ruled out for two weeks with a calf injury.
NQ Toyota Cowboys head coach Neil Henry has named his squad for this weekend's final round clash with the Sydney Roosters, Saturday night at Dairy Farmers Stadium.
MELBOURNE Storm head coach Craig Bellamy has named his lineup for the final round NRL clash with the Newcastle Knights. NSW Cup and NYC teams also listed.
THE lure of playing in North Queensland with a stellar representative lineup has won the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys the signature of Atherton-born Dallas Johnson on a three-year deal.
WIN Television has today confirmed that Canberra Raiders fans will be able to watch their side
THIS Saturday at 5.30pm the Pirtek Parramatta Eels' longest-serving captain Nathan Cayless will hang up his boots after 14 seasons with his beloved club at Parramatta Stadium.
ALL the result from the final round of the Queensland Rugby League including Intrust Super Cup, FOGS Colts and Challenge competitions, plus the fixtures for next weeks finals' series.
A stunning comeback from the Sydney Roosters today has the Manly Sea Eagles in danger of missing the top eight, with the home side at the SFS overcoming a 14-0 deficit to defeat Manly 30-14 in front of almost 19,000 fans
INSPIRED by Benji Marshall, the Wests Tigers have defeated the Melbourne Storm 26-14 in front of a sold-out crowd of 20,168 fans at Leichhardt Oval this afternoon.
WITH a possible finals berth at stake, South Sydney took out a less than thrilling encounter with the Parramatta Eels 24-16 in front of 19,908 fans at ANZ Stadium.
THERE'S just two rounds of the 2010 NRL competition remaining and it's time to analyse this weekends games. Paul Mitry has it all covered.
LEAGUEUNLIMITED'S newest regular columnist previews this weekends clash between the Bulldogs and the Panthers.