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THE Penrith Panthers were just too strong this afternoon at CUA Stadium in front of a crowd of 14,023, as they soundly defeated the Sydney Roosters by 28-6
MANLY-WARRINGAH have continued their solid form in the NRL today, disposing easily of the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks with a 40-12 victory in front of more than 16,000 vocal fans at Brookvale Oval.
A casualty list including Johnathan Thurston, Aaron Payne and Tim Moltzen will be the big talking point in the aftermath of the Wests Tigers bruising 23-16 victory over the North Queensland Cowboys at Dairy Farmers Stadium
THE New Zealand Warriors have celebrated Steven Price's career in grand style defeating the Bulldogs 30-24 in front 17 thousand people at ANZ Stadium tonight.
BACK-TO-BACK tries in the second half has seen the South Sydney Rabbitohs claim a 28-10 win over the Newcastle Knights in front of 16,098 at Bluetongue Stadium
PAUL Mitry is LeagueUnlimited.com's newest regular columnist and this week he casts his eye over Round 5 of the National Rugby League 2010 season.
LEAGUEUNLIMITED regular columnist Paul Mitry previews Monday's clash between Parramatta and Canberra.
LEAGUEUNLIMITED regular columnist Paul Mitry previews this weekends clash between the Penrith and the Sydney Roosters.
LEAGUEUNLIMITED regular columnist Paul Mitry previews this weekends clash as the Manly-Warringah club host Cronulla in their first match at Brookvale this season.
LEAGUEUNLIMITED regular columnist Paul Mitry previews this weekends clash between the struggling Canterbury-Bankstown and the New Zealand Warriors.
LEAGUEUNLIMITED regular columnist Paul Mitry previews this weekends clash between the 2005 grand final combatants - North Queensland and the Wests Tigers.
LEAGUEUNLIMITED regular columnist Paul Mitry previews this weekends Round 5 clash between the South Sydney and Newcastle.
NO - you aren't seeing things - the Gold Coast Titans have overcome both the Melbourne Storm AND a moth plague at Skilled Park tonight to draw level on the ladder after five rounds, defeating the premiers 20-16
THE St George Illawarra Dragons have re-joined the ladder leaders with a 34-16 victory over a depleted Brisbane Broncos side in front of over 15,000 fans in Wollongong tonight.