AN emphatic 42-0 win wasn't enough for the New Zealand Warriors to creep into the top eight today, the home side smashing the Gold Coast Titans at Mt Smart Stadium in front of 13,000 fans.
ALL the scores & scorers from Round 25 of the National Youth Competition - Holden Cup Under 20's.
WITH the VB NSW Cup, Ron Massey Cup and Intrust Super Cup premiership seasons all wrapping up this weekend, we bring you the fixtures for next weekend's first round of qualifying and elimination finals in each grade.
THE Sydney Roosters have scored a 24-12 win over the Melbourne Storm at Allianz Stadium in front of 13,000 fans.
WITH neither side able to make the finals, the Raiders came out victorious over the Wests Tigers 27-12 at GIO Stadium tonight in front of a paltry 8,000 fans.
THE Knights have claimed another scalp at Hunter Stadium this season, following a 34 point second half, to defeat the finals-chasing Eels, 42-12 in front of 18,588 fans.
THE Brisbane Broncos have ended the St. George Illawarra Dragons finals chances with a 30-22 victory at Suncorp Stadium with 36,720 in attendance.
IT'S the final round of the QRL's Intrust Super Cup, the "Turn to Me" Round, Round 26.
PANTHERS would like to make the following statement in relation to an article that appeared in the Daily Telegraph earlier this week.
A physical clash produced a 21-14 win for the South-Sydney Rabbitohs over the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs. 20,424 passionate fans witnessed the battle as both teams aim to surge through the finals. The Bulldogs were looking to take 4th place on the ladder, whilst the Rabbitohs still chasing the minor premiership.
THE NRL have outlined the restrictions which will apply to players who have been suspended for breaches of the game's anti-doping rules.
PAUL is back for another look at the weekend ahead. Check out his tips and see if yours will match up...
RECENTLY, Manly coach Geoff Toovey commented that the Minor Premiership is undervalued, especially given the length and toughness of the modern competition. And he is absolutely right.
MANLY Warringah Sea Eagles life member Jason King has today announced he will retire at the end of the 2014 National Rugby League Season.
IN this weekly feature for LeagueUnlimited, our Armchair Expert runs his lazy eye over the weekend that was. Each round he'll look at the happenings of the previous weekend, and keep you up to date with the big issues like refereeing, social media and the current controversies.