PENRITH Panthers coach Matt Elliott has named his side to take on Canberra this Friday night.
NORTH Queensland Cowboys coach Graham Murray has announced his lineup for the Round 20 Monday Night Football clash, against the Wests Tigers, kicking off 7:00pm at Leichhardt Oval.
BRISBANE Broncos coach Wayne Bennett has named his Round 20 lineup to face Cronulla Sutherland at Suncorp Stadium, this Sunday at 2:00pm.
THE Vodafone Warriors team for this Saturday night's home match against the Newcastle Knights is as follows.
THE National Rugby League is proud to announce the referee allocations for the twentieth round of the Telstra Premiership, 2007.
THE Wests Tigers are pleased to welcome back captain Brett Hodgson and half Benji Marshall to face the North Queensland Cowboys in Monday Night Football, to be played at the historic Leichhardt Oval.
PARRAMATTA coach Michael Hagan has named his side to line up against Manly at Parramatta Stadium this Sunday afternoon.
JETSTAR Gold Coast Titans coach John Cartwright has named his squad with 19 men to face South Sydney this Saturday night at Telstra Stadium.
BULLDOGS coach Steve Folkes has made just one change to the team to take on the Dragons this weekend with the early return from injury of Cameron Phelps.
NEWCASTLE Knights coach Brian Smith has named his side minus Jarrod Mullen to face the New Zealand Warriors this Saturday at Mt Smart Stadium.
CANBERRA Raiders coach Neil Henry has named a 20 man squad to host Penrith in the Raiders' first Friday night football match for 2007.
THE respective coaches of both the Sydney Roosters and Melbourne Storm have named their team lineups for this Friday nights clash at Sydney Football Stadium, kicking off at 7:30pm.
NEWS at the judiciary on Donnelly, Friend, Ropati and Afamasaga; injury news on Orford, Lyon, Williamson, Menzies, Marshall and Hodgson.
A resurgent Glenora Bears hit back with a fantastic 22-16 win over Richmond this week. The Bears who were well beaten in the last game between the two sides had a strong first half but trailed the Rovers 10-6 at the split.
THE Vodafone Auckland Lions turned a two-point halftime deficit into a handsome 42-22 win over Wests Magpies in their New South Wales Premier League encounter at Campbelltown Sports Stadium on Sunday.