ESL - Round 14 results - Sunday's games

SUNDAY'S games:

ESL - Round 14 results- Friday and Saturday games

FRIDAY games:

ESL Friday Results

LEEDS 20-14 St Helens The Rhinos made it three wins out against the Saints in a bad-tempered clash at Headingley.

Round 14 - NRL Wrap

FRIDAY night's game between Newcastle and the Dragons was the perfect follow-up to Origin I. Both sides played end-to-end footy and with the Knights getting home thanks to a rip snorter of a goal right on fulltime. The man of the moment was Andrew Johns and for those who doubt that Joey is the best player in the world, you only have to listen to the Gus Gould and the TV commentary team. Pedantic critics point to a word count of 'Joey' 63 times, 'Johns' 136 times and 'champion halfback' 1,354 times. But as far as this expert is concerned, Gus was merely reassuring us that all is well between he and Joey. It was one the most well-balanced and down to earth match calls since the great Rex Mossop aired his dulcet tones during Channel 7's 'Manly match of the day' in the 1970s.

Round 14 Charges

NEW South Wales prop Josh Perry is in danger of missing the second State of Origin game after being charged with two offences by the National Rugby League judiciary today.

Return Of The "Mad Dog"

FORMER international winger Adam MacDougall made a triumphant return to the National Rugby League to help Newcastle to a last-minute 32-30 win over St George Illawarra Friday night at EnergyAustralia Stadium.

Cronulla fined $15,000 for abuse of referee

THE National Rugby League has slugged Cronulla with a $15,000 fine after coach Chris Anderson abused the referee in the players' tunnel following Saturday night's game at Toyota Park.

Marsh cleared of bone damage

NEW Zealand Warriors hooker PJ Marsh has been cleared of any bone damage to his neck and has returned to Auckland.

Bulldogs get the win at Homebush

A sunny afternoon at Sydney Showground and the Bulldogs had a win over the Sea Eagles by 34 - 20.

Eels come home in grandstand finish

THE Eels stunned not only the Warriors but themselves in a thrilling 28-26 win at Parramatta Stadium.

Melbourne end Penrith's winning streak in style

A week after being humiliated by South Sydney, the Melbourne Storm has comprehensively beaten the Penrith Panthers by 32 points to 12. After a big clash in Townsville last week it appears that Penrith just didn?t turn up to play and lacked any sort of intensity. But take nothing away from Melbourne as they hit back with a crushing victory to return to the winners circle.

Storm to capitalise on AFL bye-round with Ticket offer

MELBOURNE Storm will take the unique step of offering a special discount ticket offer to all AFL and AFL club members this week in a bid to stimulate support for this Sunday?s clash with the Bulldogs at Olympic Park.

NRL to investigate Anderson

CRONULLA coach Chris Anderson could find himself in hot water with the National Rugby League tomorrow following allegations he abused referee Rod Lawrence at Toyota Park last night.

Broncos pip Raiders in top of the table clash

IN a top of the table clash, the Brisbane Broncos have overcome a committed Canberra Raiders outfit to win 24-20 at Canberra Stadium this afternoon.

Roosters home by a whisker

THE Sydney Roosters have defeated a gallant North Queensland Cowboys side by 15-14 at Aussie Stadium this afternoon following a field goal from Brad Fittler in the 72nd minute.

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