TEAMLIST Tuesday is here for Round 21 of the 2014 NRL Telstra Premiership! Get all the teamlists and match officials here ahead of this weekend's action.
WE'VE arrived at the end of Round 20 of the 2014 National Rugby League Telstra Premiership! Check out all the results, reports and player of the year points right here.
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.
ALL the scores & scorers from Round 20 of the National Youth Competition - Holden Cup Under 20's.
OUR European correspondent Simon Reuben analyses the just-completed round of fixtures in the First Utility Super League across the UK and France.
ALL the Round 21 Intrust Super Cup, FOGS Colts and Round 19 FOGS Cup results - all with thanks to the team at the Queensland Rugby League - www.qrl.com.au.
FOLLOWING intense speculation regarding the future of Mick Potter as Head Coach of Wests Tigers, the Club's Board has met tonight
GARETH Widdop was the star again today at ANZ Stadium with the St. George Illawarra Dragons comfortably accounting for a surprisingly poor Wests Tigers 28-12 in front of 22,000 fans.
THE Sea Eagles have opened a four-point gap at the top of the NRL ladder after a stoic and defence-oriented 22-12 victory over the New Zealand Warriors today in front of 19,199 parochial fans in Auckland.
NORTH Queensland Toyota Cowboys forward James Tamou has rejoined his teammates in Sydney after having scans in hospital late last night.
AWAY form is an issue no more for the North Queensland Cowboys, recording a 20-12 victory tonight against a poor Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs outfit in front of just under 10,000 fans at ANZ Stadium.
A Jarryd Hayne inspired Parramatta has defeated the Titans at CBUS Super Stadium in front of 14,175 people. The victory keeps the Eels finals' hopes alive while the Titans may as well start thinking about next year.
A crowd of 8,824 has watched Cronulla upset the Penrith Panthers 18-16 at Carrington Park in Bathurst on a sunny Saturday afternoon.
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.
THE Melbourne Storm have continued to quietly push toward the finals with a solid but unspectacular 30-8 victory over a shaky Brisbane side at Suncorp Stadium tonight.