THE Melbourne Storm have travelled to Townsville to score a hard fought 12-10 victory over the North Queensland Cowboys tonight.
THE Manly Sea Eagles have produced another solid performance to wrap up a 30-22 win over the Canterbury Bulldogs at Brookvale Oval tonight.
COACH Ivan Cleary sees greater mental strength as the key to overturning the New Zealand Warriors' poor away form this NRL this season.
BENJI Marshall's bid to play in next month's Centenary Test is expected to face the ultimate examination Sunday.
CO-CAPTAINS Roy Asotasi and David Kidwell have exonerated coach Jason Taylor of any blame for South Sydney's winless start to the season.
QUEENSLAND'S representatives on the national selection panel don't expect any opposition when they submit Darren Lockyer's name for next month's Centenary Test.
THIS week's Bulls Eye talks to Bradford coach Steve McNamara and hooker Terry Newton about Sunday's Super League clash with the Wigan Warriors.
CELTIC Crusaders go into their tough away trip to Widnes Vikings on Sunday on the back of a confident display at World Champions
RUGBY Union should be studying Rugby League's recent history! That's the claim made by Newport Gwent Dragons President David Watkins MBE.
IT wasn't always assured, with a late comeback scaring the home side - but Brisbane have recorded a confidence-boosting victory over South Sydney at Suncorp Stadium, victorious 32-18 tonight in front of 34,112 fans.
ENGLISH club Castleford have included Australian Brendan Hlad in their side for this weekend's Super League clash after securing his services from Penrith.
SYDNEY Roosters players fear a two-game losing streak could cost them individually with selectors picking the Australian and NSW City and Country teams.
THE St George Illawarra Dragons have claimed the annual ANZAC Cup after running out convincing 26-6 winners over the Sydney Roosters today.
NORTH Queensland coach Graham Murray says the Cowboys were quietly confident of halting the Melbourne juggernaut in Saturday night's NRL clash at Townsville.
PROP Jason King might be the biggest player in the Manly NRL team, but he easily goes unnoticed. This year, however, he's keen to step into the light.