AARON Winder's statistical NRL Team of the Week for Round 7.
REVIEW of all the action from the Easter Monday round of Super League, thanks to Simon Reuben.
THE Kiwis team for the May 6, 2011 test is to be announced live on Sky TV's 40/20 show this weekend.
PANTHERS Chairman Don Feltis and Rugby League CEO Michael Leary have this morning informed Head Coach Matthew Elliott, the coaching staff and players that the Panthers Board has resolved to appoint a new coach for 2012 and beyond.
A look at the seventh round of Toyota Cup Under 20's action from around the country.
TUESDAY'S Expert recaps all the results from Round Seven plus Johnathan Thurston leads Gallen and Slater at the top of the Player of the Year Leaderboard.
IN what can best be described as an ANZAC Day boilover, the Warriors have showed steely defence in the second half to record an 18-14 win over the Melbourne Storm at AAMI Park tonight
THE annual Anzac Day clash between the Roosters and Dragons was met with bleak weather at the Sydney Football Stadium but also some great football, where the Dragons took the game out 24 points to 10
PARRAMATTA have stolen this game, on the bell, with a try to Shane Shackleton to win 22-18 in front of 10,052 fans at Parramatta Stadium.
THE Knights showed how it is done today in Canberra with the Raiders allowing their great work of the first half to be undone in the second, the visitors winning 22-12 in the Nation's Capital.
ALL the results from Round 6 Week 1 of the QRL competitions - Intrust Super Cup and the FOGS Cup and Colts Challenge.
ALL the results for NSWRL's Easter Weekend from the NSW and Bundaberg Red Cup Round 7.
A full review of the Easter Weekend action in the engage Super League from the Northern Hemisphere, thanks to Simon Reuben.
BULLDOGS livewire fullback Ben Barba has again been a stand-out, starring in Canterbury's 36-24 victory over South Sydney in front of 22352 fans at ANZ Stadium tonight. The fullback scored two tries and had a hand in several others as the Bulldogs continu
NORTH Queensland proved too good for Cronulla at Toyota Stadium tonight, handing the Sharks their fourth consecutive defeat, a 30 points to 12 thrashing in front of 7,340 fans.