ALL the results of Holden Cup Under 20's for Round 10.
THEY had to do overtime but after 90 minutes the Melbourne Storm and Manly Sea Eagles still couldn't be separated in a gripping 10-all draw at AAMI Park tonight.
THANKS to the QRL here are the results for Round 10 of the Queensland competitions - Intrust Super Cup & FOGS grades.
THE Newcastle Knights have returned to winning ways, an act led by Jarrod Mullen and Darius Boyd demolishing the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs to move momentarily into the NRL top 4.
ALL the scores and scorers from the weekend's VB NSW Cup and Ron Massey Cup competitions thanks to NSWRL
CRONULLA have withstood a late Raiders fightback to post a dominant 30 points to 20 win in front of 12,130 fans at Cronulla Stadium this afternoon.
THE Penrith Panthers have run out winners over the New Zealand Warriors tonight 62-6 at Centrebet Stadium in front of a solid crowd in cold conditions.
THEY were pushed all the way, but the Sydney Roosters again underlined their premiership credentials with a professional 12-8 victory over the Cowboys in front of 13,660 fans at 1300Smiles Stadium tonight.
JOSH Dugan has starred with two tries in the Dragons' 32-12 thrashing over the Parramatta Eels at WIN Stadium, with 17,458 in attendance.
AN impressive South Sydney has lived up to pre-match expectations by running out 54-10 winners over an injury depleted Wests Tigers side in front of 19,178 fans at ANZ Stadium.
THE Brisbane Broncos have run riot over the hapless Gold Coast Titans 32
WITH thanks to NSWRL, read on for their preview of Round 10 of the VB NSW Cup competition.
THANKS to QRL, here are the match previews for Round 10 of the Intrust Super Cup.
THIS week Rob, Daniel, Nathan and Steve from A View From The Hill run their slide rule over this week's games and come up with some fearless predictions. It's a "must listen" for anyone looking for an edge in their tipping comp, or chancing their arm in the murky world of sports betting.
ANOTHER average performance by the Storm sees a new leader at the top of the Rankings. There were so many upsets this week I thought the commentators were going to collapse during their broadcasts, but they managed to stay strong to give us another week of awesome football action. With State of Origin at the forefront of everyone's mind, which teams will step up to the plate and who will be crushed?