MELBOURNE Storm head coach Craig Bellamy has named his lineup for the final round NRL clash with the Newcastle Knights. NSW Cup and NYC teams also listed.
THE Storm will play their last game of the 2010 season this Sunday when they take on the Newcastle Knights in front of a sold out crowd at AAMI Park, and Ovarian Cancer Australia (OCA) will be the final charity that will benefit from the Club's
THE lure of playing in North Queensland with a stellar representative lineup has won the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys the signature of Atherton-born Dallas Johnson on a three-year deal.
PENRITH have survived having their captain sent off to sour Luke Pattens and Brett Kimmorleys farewell game sealing the game on fulltime and winning 24-18.
TUESDAY'S Expert recaps all the games from Round Twenty-five which saw Sydney triumph over Manly and Penrith steal a win in the final minute against Canterbury. Plus Todd Carney extends his lead at the top of the Player of the Year ladder.
WIN Television has today confirmed that Canberra Raiders fans will be able to watch their side
THE game needs leadership now more than ever...
THIS Saturday at 5.30pm the Pirtek Parramatta Eels' longest-serving captain Nathan Cayless will hang up his boots after 14 seasons with his beloved club at Parramatta Stadium.
WARRINGTON Wolves turned on the style as they defeated Leeds Rhinos to retain the Carnegie Challenge Cup in a one sided game.
ALL the result from the final round of the Queensland Rugby League including Intrust Super Cup, FOGS Colts and Challenge competitions, plus the fixtures for next weeks finals' series.
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.