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CANBERRA Raiders hooker Travis Waddell will miss the next two weeks of rugby league action, after he was ruled out today with a shoulder injury for Sunday's must win match against the Dragons at Canberra Stadium.
HOOKER Ian Henderson will be given every chance to line up for the Vodafone Warriors in their crucial 24th-round NRL clash against Manly at Brookvale Oval on Saturday night.
STORM head coach Craig Bellamy has today announced a 18-man squad for Saturday evening's Rd. 24 NRL clash against the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks at AAMI Park.
NQ Toyota Cowboys coach Neil Henry has named his lineup to face the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs this Saturday evening at Dairy Farmers Stadium.
NEWCASTLE Knights CEO Steve Burraston yesterday stated that the Newcastle Knights 2010 semi final hopes are still alive, believing the Knights are a genuine contender with three games remaining in the regular season.
TUESDAY'S Expert recaps all the games from Round Twenty-three which saw Wests leap to a big win over Penrith and Cronulla upset Sydney. Plus, Todd Carney stretches his lead at the top of the League Unlimited Player of the Year Leaderboard.
THE Saint George Illawarra Dragons have claimed a comfortable 32-10 win over an error-ridden Manly Sea Eagles in front of a crowd of 14,740 at Kogarah tonight.
JETSTAR Gold Coast Titan Mat Rogers will close the curtain on his glittering 16-year career at the end of the 2010 season, with the 34-year-old today announcing his retirement from the NRL.
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WYNNUM Manly has surged into third spot on the Intrust Super Cup ladder after defeating the Easts Tigers 56-28 in today's clash at BMD Kougari Oval. Check this and other results from the weekend of Queensland Rugby League action.
ALL the results from the weekend's NSWRL action as the NSW and Bundy Red Cup competitions come nearer to the finals series.
SOME stunning late tries have seen the Wests Tigers run away with a comprehensive 43-18 win over the Penrith Panthers at Campbelltown Stadium.
THE Melbourne Storm has withstood a late South Sydney surge to hang on and register an entertaining 18-16 victory at AAMI Park this afternoon.