ALL the results from the Round 23 action in NSW Cup, as well as a wrap of the Bundy Red Cup finals - week one.
THE Sydney Roosters have broken their Wollongong voodoo with a 20-12 win over the Dragons in front of 14,141 crowd at WIN Stadium this afternoon
THE South Sydney Rabbitohs travelled to the nation's capital to take on the Canberra Raiders and left having taken down their hosts 47-18 to complete over a century of points in their past 2 matches
CHAIRMAN of Souths Cares, Nicholas Pappas, announced today that The Hon. Kristina Keneally MP had been appointed to the Board of Souths Cares.
MELBOURNE traveled to the Skilled Park searching for their 11th win on the trot and ninth away victory in a row, the Storm achieved both feats at the Gold Coast whilst putting 40 points on their hosts with a 40-16 win over the Titans.
ENTERING the 200 Club tonight were Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles coach Des Hasler and player Anthony Watmough - the milestones celebrated with a win on the back of their skills at the end of the game to claim a victory, 26-20 at Parramatta Stadium.
THE New Zealand Warriors have comeback from an eight-point deficit to deafeat the Newcastle Knights 20-12 in front of 13,279 crowd at Mt Smart Stadium
SOUTH Sydney Rabbitohs fullback Rhys Wesser has announced that he will retire at the conclusion of the 2011 season.
IT was a night to celebrate the wonderful achievements of Darren Lockyer, but it was Broncos' fullback Josh Hoffman stealing the show with a hat-trick as the Brisbane side steered home a 34-16 win over North Queensland tonight at a packed Dairy Farmers St
SEMI Finals was the bellowing call from Robbie Farah, as his Tigers team took note and took care of Penrith, 32-18 at Centrebet Stadium
SEA EAGLES ANNOUNCE NEW SPONSORSHIP WITH STEWART HOUSE
LINDSEY Cuthbertson gives us his view on tonight's two matches.
THE most northerly town in Australia - where supplies are usually either shipped or flown in - will see a drop-off of a different kind when Intrust Super Cup teams the Souths Logan Magpies and Northern Pride touchdown on Saturday, August 20.
THE salary cap, in both the NRL and the ARL, is supposed to even up the premiership - ensuring that all sixteen teams (in our case) can made the finals
TOYOTA and the North Queensland Toyota Dealers have renewed their principal sponsorship of the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys, extending the partnership to 2014.