THE Canberra Raiders will wear their alternative black strip this Sunday when they take on the North Queensland Cowboys at Canberra Stadium, as a mark of respect for Raiders board member Jim Murphy who passed away last week.
THE Jetstar Gold Coast Titans will welcome back Queensland State of Origin forward Ashley Harrison for Saturday evening's home clash against the Penrith Panthers at Skilled Park.
GAVIN Cooper will continue to deputise for injured centre Willie Tonga when the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys play the Canberra Raiders in Canberra on Sunday afternoon.
A look back at the weekend results in the Toyota Cup competition.
WIGAN Warriors moved up to second as they stormed to victory at DW Stadium over Hull KR.
ON a very wet Sydney evening, 5,703 of the Penrith faithful braved the condition to see the Panthers convincingly account for the South Sydney Rabbitohs 22 points to 10 at Centrebet Stadium
WESTS Tigers have agreed to release full-back Wade McKinnon from the final year of his contract, allowing him to accept a three-year deal with Hull FC in the English Super League competition from next season.
WESTS Tigers can now provide news on injured winger Matt Utai following results of x-rays this morning.
IN positive news for the Newcastle Knights, scans have revealed Jarrod Mullen's injury is not as bad as initially thought.
THE Engage Super League returned over the weekend - here's the Round 15 review!
TUESDAY'S Expert recaps State of Origin Game I and all the results from Round Twelve, plus all the votes from each game in the Player of the Year Award.
A full wrap of results from the tenth round of the Queensland Rugby League, including Intrust Super Cup, FOGS Cup and FOGS Colts Challenge.
A full wrap of the results from the weekend's Round 12 NSW Cup and Bundaberg Red Cup action, thanks to the New South Wales Rugby League.
WESTS Tigers travelled Kogarah's WIN Jubilee Oval to take on the Dragons, the 19,892 crowd saw a strong first half effort from the home side enough to carry them through the a strong second half showing from the visitors, Dragons winning 24 points to 18
THE Melbourne Storm has run out unconvincing 14-8 victors over a gallant Cronulla Sharks in front of 9733 fans at AAMI Park, celebrating captain Cam Smith's 200th game in the right fashion.