THE case for Saturday afternoon football...
BRISBANE in the limelight, news from the Match Review Committee, and injury news.
TUESDAY'S Expert wraps up all the NRL match results. LeagueUnlimited.com Players of the Match! Leader board update: Panthers prop Petero Civoniceva has been joined by Michael Ennis (Bulldogs) and Luke Lewis (Panthers) on top of this week's leader board.
THE Penrith Panthers have made the Titans pay for a sloppy first half, downing the Gold Coast 34-20 in front of 9,760 fans at CUA Stadium in Monday Night Football action.
RESULTS of the Newtown Jets RLFC matches played at Toyota Park and Henson Park on Saturday, 25th April 2009.
ALL the action from Europe over the weekend...
UNABASHED Queensland fan Adrian Rovere selects his finest 17 for the Maroons selectors to ponder...
THE Wests Tigers have scored a 26-24 win over the Newcastle Knights in front of 17,898 fans in the sun at Campbelltown this afternoon, overcoming a 14 point deficit in the last quarter to snatch a famous come-from-behind victory.
THE Bulldogs managed to gain control and hold on to their half-time lead to take a 30-20 victory at a wintry Canberra Stadium this afternoon.
THE Cowboys have ended Manlys two game winning streak with a 26-12 victory. The game was a see-sawing battle that was had everything a match should have - bone Jarring defence, free flowing attack and even a good old fashion punch up.
WIND and rain in Melbourne tonight could not stop an exciting game going down to the wire at Olympic Park where the Storm and the Warriors fought it out for 90 minutes on a soggy field, to end up at a 14 all scoreline.
THE St George Illawarra Dragons have come away with a commanding 29-0 victory over a disappointing Sydney Roosters side in their traditional Anzac Day clash front of 28,926 fans at the Sydney Football Stadium.
KARMICHAEL Hunt produced a wonderful performance to help Brisbane down Parramatta on Friday night by 40 points to 8.
THE South Sydney Rabbitohs have emerged with a 32-26 victory over the Cronulla Sharks in a free-flowing match in front of 11,200 fans at ANZ Stadium.
ROUND seven of the Queensland Cup kicks off on Saturday with the Sunshine Coast at home against the Ipswich Jets.