Melbourne to host third and final Origin clash next year

MELBOURNE will host the third and final rugby league State of Origin match next year.

Two rounds to go in NZ's Bartercard Competition

ROUND 15 is shaping up as a do or die match for the three teams sitting just outside the Top 5 in New Zealand's Bartercard Cup competition.

Hull, Bradford and Wigan all looking for big wins

HULL without stand-off Cooke

Wolves travel to Giants, Wildcats hoping for upset at Saints

CULLEN expecting tough contest

Monday?s Expert Leagueunlimited.com Players Awards - Round 23

LEAGUE Wrap: Round 23, 12-14 August 2005 The competition in this year?s Leagueunlimited Player Awards is hotting up with last year?s winner Matt Orford joining Cowboys? full back Matt Bowen at the top of the leader board. The Storm half back scored two points on the weekend to move into equal first position on 22 points overall.

The run home

CAPTAIN Cowboy Travis Norton still rates Brisbane as favourites for this season?s title despite Wests Tigers and St George Illawarra staking major title claims in round 23.

Tigers confirm status as premiership contenders with win over Cowboys

FULLTIME score: Round 23 Wests Tigers 28 v North Queensland Cowboys 16

Tigers are overachievers ? Sheens

WESTS Tigers coach Tim Sheens believes his side still has to prove itself as a genuine NRL premiership contender.

Rabbitohs race away to sink Raiders

FULLTIME score: Round 23 RAIDERS 16 v RABBITOHS 29 Match summary: The South Sydney Rabbitohs have back to score five tries on the trot to defeat the Raiders 29-16 at a chilly Canberra Stadium tonight.

Roosters keep faint finals hopes alive

ROUND 23 Sydney Roosters 14 v Cronulla Sharks 8. Match summary The Sydney Roosters have defeated the Cronulla Shark 14-8 at Aussie Stadium this evening.

Look out, the Dragons are on fire!

FULLTIME score: Round 23 Brisbane Broncos 4 v St George Illawarra Dragons 24

Walker to appeal drug ban

FORMER Manly playmaker Andrew Walker will today lodge an appeal with the NRL to have the final year of a drug ban lifted. The dual international retired late in the 2004 NRL season when he tested positive to cocaine and was banned for two years.

Injury news ? Lockyer, Kennedy & Kite

CHAMPION Brisbane five-eighth Darren Lockyer may not play again until next month's NRL finals after suffering a hamstring tear in yesterday's 24-4 loss to the Dragons.

Storm grit-out victory against Warriors

ROUND 23 Melbourne Storm 22 v New Zealand Warriors 10

Knights defeat Manly in front of bumper Newcastle crowd

FULLTIME score: Round 23 KNIGHTS 22 v SEA EAGLES 14

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