LAST night's crowd of 26,737 at the Bulldogs-Wests Tigers match at ANZ Stadium took the opening round attendance to 201,212 - smashing the previous record of 185,051 set in 2007.
A re-born Canterbury-Bankstown side tonight triumphed over the Wests Tigers 24-14 at ANZ Stadium in a cracking match played in front of over 26,000 fans.
WESTS Tigers has capped off an amazing week in the commercial field by today announcing two new major sponsorships for season 2011.
WITH just hours before the kick-off to Wests Tigers' 2011 Premiership campaign, the Club can announce another exciting new deal with IT Security company Trend Micro.
A brief rundown on the fixtures and broadcast details for next weekend's second round of the 2011 NSW Cup competition.
SIMON Reuben's review of the fifth round of action from the Northern Hemisphere.
ARE contested scrums on the way back?
ALL the results and details from the opening round of the two premier NSWRL competitions.
THE Newcastle Knights have dismantled an mistake prone and penalty riddled Penrith Panthers 42-8 in very hot conditions at CUA Stadium.
THEY may have been missing a range of key players, but that didn't matter for the Canberra Raiders today, as they thrashed the Cronulla Sharks 40-12 at Canberra Stadium
THE Melbourne Storm have put their 2010 salary cap saga behind them with an 18-6 shut-out of the Manly Sea Eagles in front of a passionate home crowd.
A masterful kicking display from Jamie Soward has proven the catalyst for the St George Illawarra Dragons 25-16 victory over a spirited Gold Coast Titans outfit at Skilled Park.
AN impressive Parramatta Eels outfit have held off a fast finishing New Zealand Warriors 24-18 in front of a record crowd at Eden Park tonight.
THE Canberra Raiders have made a huge announcement on the eve of their first 2011 NRL match, with Australian prop Tom Learoyd-Lahrs signing with the club for three more seasons until the end of 2014.
THE Round 14 clash between the Huddersfield Giants and St Helens on Saturday 14th May will now kick off at 5.00pm.