TUESDAY'S Expert wraps up all the NRL match results. LeagueUnlimited.com Players of the Match! Leader board update: Following another outstanding performance on the weekend, Knights fullback Kurt Gidley has gone further ahead!
THE Melbourne Storm have announced their return to form in emphatic fashion tonight at their famed "Graveyard", trouncing the Canberra Raiders 46-6 at Olympic Park in front of 10,112 supporters.
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THE Newtown Jets plumbed new depths as they crashed to a massive 60-10 defeat at the hands of Wentworthville in the NSW Cup match played at Henson Park on Saturday.
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THE South Sydney Rabbitohs have come from behind to snatch a sensational last minute 23-22 victory over Wests Tigers at the Sydney Cricket Ground today.
THE Manly's premiership defence is gaining momentum as they posted back-to-back victories with a 34-10 trouncing of Parramatta at Brookvale Oval this afternoon in front of 15,916 fans.
THE Warriors stayed within reach of the Cowboys at Mt Smart until the last ten minutes this afternoon, three late tries blowing the score out to 34-12.
A spirited comeback from 20-6 down wasn't enough to win the Cronulla Sharks a win in the fourth game of the NRL's Heritage Round, the final result going the way of the Penrith Panthers by 26-22 at CUA Stadium this evening in front of 11,750 fans.
A Man of the Match performance was in order from Kurt Gidley as he led his side from the front - the Knights continuing on their winning way in outshining the Roosters 38-6 at the Sydney Football Stadium.
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A dominant second half performance and four tries from Israel Folau have lifted the Broncos to a 32-18 victory over the Gold Coast Titans in front of 43,000 fans at Suncorp Stadium.
ENGLISH born, Australian raised Scotland international Ian Henderson today committed himself to spending at least another two years in New Zealand.