Storm to enter a home-based team in the NSW Premier League

THE Melbourne Storm has today announced it will be entering its own team in the New South Wales Premier League competition from 2010, thus ending its joint venture partnership with the Central Coast and the New South Wales Country Rugby League (NSWCRL).

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Tuesday

TUESDAY'S Expert wraps up all the NRL match results. LeagueUnlimited.com Players of the Match! Leader board update: With just five rounds to play, Jamie Soward (Dragons) and Jarryd Hayne (Eels) are still neck-and-neck at the top of the LeagueUnlimited.co

Tigers survive SFS thriller

WESTS Tigers have won their fourth consecutive game and brought themselves to the edge of the top eight with an exciting 19-18 triumph over Manly at the Sydney Football Stadium.

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Bears Retain the Frank Hyde Shield against Mistake-Prone Jets

NORTH Sydney defeated Newtown 32-18 in the second leg of the 2009 Frank Hyde Shield series played at North Sydney Oval on Saturday afternoon.

Warriors sign Brett Seymour

THE Vodafone Warriors today confirmed former Brisbane and Cronulla playmaker Brett Seymour will join the club for the 2010 NRL season with an option to extend his stay to 2011.

Dogs chase down Rabbits

THE Bulldogs have retained second spot on the NRL ladder after a hard-fought 26-18 victory over the South Sydney Rabbitohs at ANZ Stadium this afternoon.

Eels give Sharks the slip in shut out

PARRAMATTA have produced their best defensive display of the season and moved to three points out of the top eight with a convincing 30 points to nil victory over the Cronulla Sharks.

Jones to step aside at end of season

KIWI and Vodafone Warriors great,Stacey Jones, has turned down a new contract with the Warriors and next month will finally retire from rugby league.

Panthers and Warriors fight out thrilling draw

THE Penrith Panthers and the New Zealand Warriors have fought out a highly entertaining 32-all draw in front of 12,677 fans at CUA Stadium in Penrith, with the home side fighting back from 32-6 down to earn a crucial point in the race for Top 8 spots.

Roosters dominate nervous Knights

SUPER Saturday's night of upsets continued at EnergyAustralia Stadium in Round 21, the Sydney Roosters happily taking the two points back down the F3 after a 30-18 victory over Newcastle in front of 15,112 fans.

Raiders victors in record score over Broncos

A crowd of just over 10,000 have witnessed The Canberra Raiders giving the visiting Brisbane Broncos a good old fashioned hiding tonight at Canberra Stadium by 56-0.

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