ST. George Bank Dragons winger Jason Nightingale will make his milestone 100th NRL appearance for the Club in the Rivalry Round clash against the Cronulla Sharks at WIN Jubilee Oval, Kogarah on Monday night.
THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs head into Friday's clash with the New Zealand Warriors in Auckland with the same 17-man outfit that took on the Melbourne Storm in Adelaide on Saturday.
THE Canberra Raiders have made another significant step in player retention today, with the announcement that Shaun Fensom has re-signed with the club until the end of the 2014 season.
THE Canberra Raiders will welcome back State of Origin fullback Josh Dugan for this weekend's clash against the Melbourne Storm at Canberra Stadium, after he was given the all clear by medical staff to return from an ankle injury.
IN-FORM Jetstar Gold Coast Titans flyer Luke Capewell has been named to make his return to the NRL for Friday night's blockbuster Rivalry Round local derby against the Brisbane Broncos at Suncorp Stadium.
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TUESDAY'S Expert recaps State of Origin Game III and all the results from Round Eighteen of the NRL, plus all the votes for each game in LeagueUnlimited's Player of the Year Award.
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THE North Queensland Cowboys are back in the top 4 after defeating the Newcastle Knights 22-12 at Ausgrid stadium in front of a 17,212 crowd
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ALL the results from the weekend's QRL action, including Intrust Super Cup, FOGS Cup and Colts Challenge, as well as the QRL Rangers clash with NSW Country on Saturday.
ALL the results from Saturday's NSW Cup action for Round 18 of the NSWRL-sanctioned competition.
THE Manly Sea Eagles have put on a late show to overcome a spirited South Sydney 36-22 in front of 19,856 happy fans at Brookvale this afternoon
THE Sydney Roosters notched up their first victory since Round 13 with a commanding 34-26 victory over a disappointing Penrith Panthers outfit at the Sydney Football Stadium this afternoon.
MELBOURNE have maintained their position at top, disposing of a poor Canterbury outfit, 28-18 in front of 9,963 fans at Adelaide Oval.