8TH placed Wests travelled to EnergyAustralia Stadium to take on the 6th placed Knights in their round 13 encounter. The Knights had come off a controversial 24-22 loss to the table-topping Dragons. The Magpies in comparison were coming off a 32-24 win over the 7th placed Souths Juniors.
ENERGYAUSTRALIA Stadium was the venue for round 13 fixture between the 6th placed Newcastle and 9th placed Wests.
BRADFORD v St Helens: Bulls determined to emerge victorious, Huddersfield v Warrington: Wolves looking to continue climb, Leigh v Widnes: Endacott warns of tough encounter, and Wakefield v Salford.
Parramatta Eels 32 v Penrith Panthers 22
WESTS TIGERS 14 v MELBOURNE STORM 30
The Melbourne Storm have staged a remarkable second half revival to defeat Wests Tigers 30-14 at Leichhardt Oval today.
Newcastle Knights 16 v Brisbane Broncos 34
The Brisbane Broncos have posted a convincing 34-16 victory over the Newcastle Knights at EnergyAustralia Stadium today.
MELBOURNE Storm forward, David Kidwell, hopes to cement a new deal next week to keep him at the Melbourne Storm.
VETERAN lock forward Darren Smith will make a return at the back of the Brisbane scrum in this weekend?s clash with Parramatta, saying he is more than happy to help out his former club ?in a time of need?.
FORM halfback and local Dapto junior Mathew Head re-signed with the Dragons today for two years until the end of 2006 then said he hopes to play his entire career with the club.
TO pick a winner this week you’ll have to better than Nostradamus, it’s getting that tough.
THE Sydney Roosters have recorded their biggest ever win over the Newcastle Knights with a crushing 48-4 scoreline at Aussie Stadium.
THE West Indies won the MX9s Preliminary Cup at St Albans Centurions on Sunday when they beat the South African Wild Dogs 26-10 in the final.
THE Sydney Airport Jets Premier League squad travelled home from Gosford on Saturday night collectively wondering: "How on earth didn't we come away with the competition points tonight?" In a match that had several similarities to the narrow defeat against South Sydney at Henson Park three weeks ago, Newtown dominated the majority of the game, only to have victory snatched away just three minutes from full-time. Newtown had led 10-0 at half-time and 16-6 midway through the second half, but once again proved incapable of defending their lead at the business end of the match, losing out to the Rabbitohs by 18-16.
THE Dragons are giving Lance Thompson the boot.
CRONULLA has acted quickly to re-sign three key members of its forward pack ahead of the National Rugby League's June 30 anti-tampering expiring.