CHECK out all of the results from Round 4 of the Toyota Cup National Youth Competition.
WIGAN Warriors sign England rep centre Martin Gleeson effective immediately, releasing fullback Richard Mathers to sign with Warrington.
TUESDAY'S Expert wraps up all the NRL match results. Plus the LeagueUnlimited.com Players of the Match! Leader board update: The Storm's Greg Inglis still has outright lead at the top of the leader board, just one point ahead of no less than nine players.
THE Canberra Raiders have held on to win their first game of 2009 with a 23-18 victory over the North Queensland Cowboys at Canberra Stadium.
SHANE Webcke has quit his role as Broncos assistant coach - his controversial book to blame.
ADRIAN Rovere takes a look at the selection dilemma's facing NSW...
WAYNE Bennett - earmarked for coaching success a long time ago...
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RESULTS through from rugby league games around Queensland over the weekend.
THE Newtown Jets remain winless after four rounds of the 2009 NSW Cup, despite having had the unexpected services of Test forward Willie Mason and Queensland State of Origin regular Nate Myles for their match against the Central Coast Storm at Wyong last
KURT Gidley put on a rugby league master class today to guide the Newcastle Knights to a convincing 26-12 victory over Manly in front of 15,324 fans at Energy Australia Stadium.
THE more experienced Bulldogs managed to hold out the Sharks to post a 24-12 win at ANZ Stadium this afternoon...
THE South Sydney Rabbitohs have pulled off a miraculous comeback victory to defeat the New Zealand Warriors 22-16 at Mt Smart Stadium today.
THE Gold Coast Titans have produced one of the big upsets of the 2009 NRL season with an 18-6 victory over the Melbourne Storm at Olympic Park to move into first spot on the NRL ladder pending other weekend results.
A tough battle at CUA Stadium tonight in front of nearly 16,000 rather vocal supporters has seen the Panthers back up from Monday night football to defeat the Wests Tigers by 42 to 22.