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Preview: Penrith Panthers v Melbourne Storm

Both the Panthers and the Storm have had strong starts to the year, and are preparing to face off for the first time since round thirteen of the 2016 NRL season. The Penrith squad is travelling to Melbourne to...

Match Preview: North Queensland Cowboys vs South Sydney Rabbitohs.

North Queensland returns to Townsville with the two points from the Titans and probably even more importantly, two players coming back into the squad with the return of Taumalolo and Coote. The Bunnies went down to their bitter rivals...

MATCH PREVIEW: Cronulla Sharks vs Newcastle Knights

Both of these sides have had an inconsistent start to the 2017 season. The defending premiers are two wins from four starts; while last season’s wooden spooners have won just one game out of four played. LAST TIME OUT The Cronulla...

PREVIEW: Wests Tigers v St George-Illawarra Dragons

The Dragons have sunshine in a bag as they ride high with three wins in four matches. The Tigers on the other hand are one-and-three and need to turn around their luck fast, and if they can do it...

PREVIEW: Sydney Roosters vs Manly Sea Eagles

The Roosters have won four games to start the season after a solid win against the Rabbitohs last Thursday, while Manly have recorded two straight 20+ point wins to sit 6th on the ladder heading into round 5. Both teams...

PREVIEW: Salford Red Devils v St Helens

PREVIEW: Salford Red Devils v St Helens. The sides meet for this weeks’ Thursday Night game. Both teams come into Round 7 with similar peaks in form, sitting next to each other in the League table and with similar attacking...

MATCH PREVIEW: Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs vs Brisbane Broncos

Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs will host the Brisbane Broncos for the first game of round five on Thursday night at ANZ Stadium. Bulldogs halfback Moses Mbye will be missing in action due to suspension charge which will see Matt Frawley make...

NSWRL Competition Results: 25-26 March 2017

Here's a look at the scores from last weekend's NSWRL Competitions. Results | Intrust Super Premiership NSW Round 4 Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 16 (R Martin, R To’Omaga, R Griffin tries; R Martin 2 goals) def Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles 8 (V Kavainga...

Four Pointers: North Queensland Cowboys 32 Gold Coast Titans 26

The North Queensland Cowboys were able to fight off another valiant Titans effort, as a monster effort from Coen Hess carried them to a 32-26 victory. Young Monster He is only 13 games into his NRL career, yet young Cowboys...

Four Pointers: St George Illawarra Dragons 26 New Zealand Warriors 12

The solid effort from the Dragons managed to overpower the up and down Warriors who had a disrupted pre-game. Josh Dugan was an essential asset to the Dragons who managed to down the visitors who lost Kieran Foran minutes before...

Moses Mbye Cited by Match Review Committee

Halfback Moses Mbye has been cited by the NRL Match Review Committee on Sunday afternoon following the Bulldogs loss to the Sea Eagles. Mbye was charged with a Grade 1 shoulder charge on Manly forward Curtis Sironen in the 13th...

Match Review Committee charge Ryan James

Aquis Gold Coast Titans Co-Captain has today been charged by the NRL Match Review Committee for an incident that occurred in the 32-26 loss to the Cowboys last night at Cbus Super Stadium.  James has been hit with a Grade...

Four Pointers: Manly Sea Eagles 36 Canterbury Bulldogs 0

Momentum poured out onto Lottoland on Saturday afternoon for the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles as they kept the Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs scoreless and piled on 36 points in a fast-paced game of rugby league. 10 Million Dollar Man Stars Halfback Daly...

Four Pointers: Melbourne Storm 22 Wests Tigers 14

The Tigers quick-fire start was put out by a strong defensive performance by the Storm, who came back from 14-0 down to win 22-14 at Leichardt Oval on Sunday. Fast, inspiring start for the Tigers There may have been a feeling...

Intrust Super Cup Round 4 Round Up

Three unbeaten teams became none after the completion of the Intrust Super Cup Round 4 as Townsville, Wynnum and PNG Hunters all lost their first games of the season on Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon. It leaves the top of the ladder...
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