THE Queensland Rugby League has named a 17-man squad to take on the New South Wales Blues in Game I of the 30th annual State of Origin series, taking place at ANZ Stadium on Wednesday 26 May 2010.
TUESDAY'S Expert recaps the games from Round Ten, plus we have a solo leader at the top of the 2010 Leagueunlimited Player of the Year Leaderboard.
THE Newtown Jets put the previous weekend's shoddy performance behind them when they defeated Cronulla-Sutherland 44-18 in the NSW Cup match played at Henson Park on Saturday.
THE Parramatta Eels have continued their recent good form with a tight 19-12 win over the Manly Sea Eagles in a physical encounter at a wet Brookvale Oval in front of over 11,000 brave fans.
THE New South Wales Rugby League has named a 17-man squad to take on the Queensland Maroons in Game I of the 30th annual State of Origin series, taking place at ANZ Stadium on Wednesday 26 May 2010.
WITH the selection of teams for the first State of Origin match for 2010 looming, today LeagueUnlimited.com's dedicated writers and updaters put their credentials on the line with their lineup predictions.
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PENRITH Panthers laid on a solid performance this afternoon at Toyota Park to soundly defeat the Cronulla Sharks in front of a crowd close to 11,000
THE South Sydney Rabbitohs have run out emphatic 50-10 victors over a disappointing Wests Tigers outfit in today's Heritage Round encounter at the SCG. The crowd of 30685 were treated to a match where Souths turned back the clock with some vintage display
GREG Inglis has scored a hat trick in Melbourne's 17-6 defeat of Canberra in Canberra tonight
THE Newcastle Knights have turned on the razzle-dazzle to overcome the Sydney Roosters 34-18 at Gosford's Bluetongue Stadium.
NEW Zealand have done enough to defeat a terrible North Queensland side 24012 in front of 10,800 people at Mount Smart tonight.
ST George Illawarra have run out convincing 19-6 winners over Canterbury Bankstown in front of a bumper crowd of 37,773 at Sydney's ANZ Stadium