THE weekend results from the penultimate round of NSW Cup action and the final round of Bundaberg Red Cup.
A stunning comeback from the Sydney Roosters today has the Manly Sea Eagles in danger of missing the top eight, with the home side at the SFS overcoming a 14-0 deficit to defeat Manly 30-14 in front of almost 19,000 fans
INSPIRED by Benji Marshall, the Wests Tigers have defeated the Melbourne Storm 26-14 in front of a sold-out crowd of 20,168 fans at Leichhardt Oval this afternoon.
IN front of a 23,148 sell-out crowd at Energy Australia Stadium, the St George Illawarra Dragons held on after a second half surge from the Newcastle Knights to seal the minor premiership with a 26 -18 victory, taking the Knights out of contention for the
THE Canberra Raiders have all but assured themselves of a top eight berth with a huge 48-4 victory over a hopeless North Queensland Cowboys team in front of 11,434 fans in Canberra tonight.
THE Cronulla Sharks have sent Trent Barrett and Luke Covell out winners in their last home games for the club with a comprehensive 30-16 win over the Gold Coast Titans tonight.
WITH a possible finals berth at stake, South Sydney took out a less than thrilling encounter with the Parramatta Eels 24-16 in front of 19,908 fans at ANZ Stadium.
THE Brisbane Broncos are in danger of missing their first finals series in twenty years following a heart-breaking 36-4 loss to the New Zealand Warriors at Mt Smart Stadium.
THE Community Alliance between the Newcastle Knights and Coal & Allied is moving into an historic fourth year and will be boosted by a new community awareness campaign.
THE Canberra Raiders have continued their strong recruitment for season 2011, with news today that Cronulla Sharks winger Blake Ferguson will join the club on a two year deal.
SPORTS betting under the spotlight yet again...
THE Pirtek Parramatta Eels have received a boost on the eve of their clash with the South Sydney Rabbitohs after today re-signing forward Justin Horo and winger Eric Grothe.
NSW Cup Clubs have today supported vehemently and unanimously the Australian Rugby League Board's decision to cease dual registration in 2011.
MELBOURNE Storm has today received a double dose of great news with its final game of 2010 officially a sell out and the re-signing of a number of key players.
VETERAN halfback Brett Kimmorley has today confirmed that after 16 years of first grade he will retire from playing at the end of the 2010 NRL season.