WE recap all the scores from the NRL clashes in Round Eight. Plus, find out which two Melbourne Storm stars are at the top of the prestigious LeagueUnlimited.com Player of the Year Award leaderboard.
NEWCASTLE clicked into gear, dominating a listless Penrith 34-14 in front 16,892 fans at Hunter Stadium where the big story is injuries in regards to origin.
MADUNIT has a crack at marquee players
THE TV rights bidding war moves into top gear!
THE fifth round of the Carnegie Challenge produced no real shocks but some great efforts by Championship clubs Featherstone Rovers and Batley Bulldogs as they gave their Super League opponents a real game.
THE Mal Meninga and Cyril Connell Cups have concluded. Check out the winners and losers.
RIVALRY Round has finished and we have all the results, thanks to the QRL.
ROUND Nine of the VB NSW Cup is done and we have results, thanks to the @NSWRL. This includes Round three of the Bundaberg Rum Cup too.
THE Tigers have won back to back games for the first time this season, defeating Parramatta 31-30 where all the damage was done early in front of 19,654 fans at Parramatta Stadium.
THE Cronulla Sutherland Sharks have won six matches in a row for the first time since 2002 after defeating the Canberra Raiders 44-22 in front of 12,227 at Canberra Stadium
STAR five-eighth Kieran Foran has finalised a new deal with the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles which will keep him at the club until the end of 2015.
SOUTH Sydney produced a scintillating first half and defended when needed in the second half, to record a 20-16 victory in front of 12,213 fans.
THE Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles have held strong with a dominant second half to defeat former coach Des Hasler's Bulldogs 12-10 at ANZ Stadium in front of 24,743 supporters.
SUNCORP Stadium played host to the South Queensland local darby in torrential rain which saw the Brisbane Broncos claim a 26-6 victory over little brothers Gold Coast
THE Raiders ANZAC tribute match on Sunday afternoon at Canberra Stadium has received support from a national hero, with Victoria Cross recipient Corporal Ben Roberts-Smith getting behind Sunday