TEAM lineups for Round 5 - Men of League Heritage Round - of the National Rugby League's 2011 Telstra Premiership. Updated throughout the day!
LEIGH Matthews gets it right...
THE Melbourne Storm has run-out convincing 30-16 victors over the Canterbury Bulldogs in front of 11592 fans at AAMI Park tonight.
TUESDAY'S Expert gives his two cents on team selection. Plus, all the results from Round Four and Thurston rockets to the top of the Player of the Year Leaderboard.
THE early AFL debacle is no cause for complacency...
ALL the results from the QRL's Intrust Super Cup and FOGS competitions.
ALL the action from Europe over the weekend...
ALL the results from the fourth round of the NSWRL, including NSW Cup and Bundaberg Red Cup.
IN a game that promised so much, only one team delivered today with the Roosters smothering the Tigers 24-12 at the SFS, a scoreline flattered the Tigers as the hosts mailed them in defence in front of 20,479 fans.
A stellar defensive performance has seen the St George Illawarra Dragons deny a momentous Newcastle Knights comeback to claim a narrow 20-18 win at Ausgrid Stadium.
CRONULLA took their home game against the Warriors to New Zealand to help the Warriors open their 2011 account - they beat the Sharks 26 points to 18 in front of 14,600 fans at Owen Delany Park in Taupo.
IT was another case of so close for Easts Tigers as they pushed the fancied Northern Pride to the limit in their 26-16 Intrust Super Cup defeat at Langlands Park.
LUKE Burt scored the winner and converted it to steal a 22-20 victory for Parramatta at home against a spirited North Queensland outfit.
THE Canberra Raiders have hopelessly fumbled away a certain win, going down 23-22 to the Gold Coast Titans in extra time tonight, despite leading 22-16 as the siren sounded.
THE Brisbane Broncos have continued their record of not conceding a point in the second half all season, when they tonight defeated the Penrith Panthers 18-10 in front of 25, 263 people at Suncorp Stadium