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Four Pointers: South Sydney Rabbitohs 24 Newcastle Knights 18

Embed from Getty Images Ill Discipline Mars Contest There were plenty of penalties and two sin bins during this game which really marred the quality of the contest. A George Burgess brain explosion lead to the hulking English forward having a ten...

Four Pointer: Melbourne Storm 28 Penrith Panthers 6

It was a gut wrenching game at AAMI Park on Saturday night, leaving everyone on the edge of their seats. Both the Panthers and the Storm put their best foot forward and played incredible football, however it was the...

Four Pointers: Penrith Panthers 40 Newcastle Knights 0

Point 1: Newcastle are back to where they started Embed from Getty Images The Knights had started the season with a level of effort and trust that brought them their first win in almost a year. They were brave and fearless...

Four Pointers: Sydney Roosters 20 South Sydney Rabbitohs 6

The Sydney Roosters recorded four victories in a row to start their year since the 1995 ARL season, defeating arch-rivals South Sydney on a soggy Thursday night at ANZ Stadium. Embed from Getty Images Room For Improvement For Both Sides It was...

Four Pointers: Sydney Roosters- 32 Gold Coast Titans-18

Best and Worst of Roosters on display In the first half the Roosters looked like the team of old that had won 3 consecutive minor premierships. In the second half, they looked like the same team that won only 6...

Four Pointers: Sydney Roosters- 42 St George Illawarra Dragons- 6

Roosters remind fans what could have been It was the type of complete and dominant performance that would have Roosters fans wondering about a season of wasted potential. The Chooks played a quality level of footy that was far better...

Four pointers: NQ Cowboys 21 defeat Brisbane Broncos 20

A Golden Point game once again. Is anyone else convinced that the Cowboys and Broncos hold shares in a blood pressure treatment company. Point 1: These two sides leave nothing on the Table How many games in recent history between these...

Four Pointers: St. George Illawarra Dragons 42 Penrith Panthers 10

Spoon favourites upset premiership favourites Penrith came into the 2017 season with all the money behind them to finish top 4 and storm towards the premiership. While the Dragons were tipped to battle Newcastle for the spoon. This match was...

Four Pointers: Sydney Roosters- 28 Canterbury Bulldogs- 24

Roosters sloppiness almost costs them Embed from Getty Images The Roosters came close to wasting a 28-0 half-time lead the week before, after a multitude of errors led to the Titans scoring a few tries. This week it was no different...

PREVIEW: Melbourne Storm vs Brisbane Broncos

Brisbane Broncos will make an appearance in Melbourne Storm territory at AAMI Park on Friday night for Round 25. Brisbane Broncos are currently sitting in 6th place on the ladder with the Melbourne Storm sitting comfortably up the top...

Four Pointers: Melbourne Storm 48 Brisbane Broncos 6

STORM'S HOME AWAY FROM HOME IS SUNCORP STADIUM Sometimes all stats provide is non delicious filler to be included in previews to various matches but the Storm’s love affair for Suncorp Stadium was noteworthy before the game and undeniable afterwards. Coming...

PREVIEW: St George-Illawarra Dragons vs Newcastle Knights

The clash between St George-Illawarra Dragons and Newcastle Knights will have no bearing on the final eight.  This match will see the farewell of retiring Knights skipper Jeremy Smith with Benji Marshall likely to join them in the coming weeks....

Four Pointers: Parramatta Eels- 40 New Zealand Warriors- 18

Eels finish season on a positive note For the disastrous season the Parramatta Eels have endured they made sure to finish the year going out on a high as they played well in atrocious wet weather conditions to record a...

Four Pointers: Canberra Raiders 20 New Zealand Warriors 8

Lack of luck for the Warrior’s The score did not represent the game. The Warrior’s were true contenders throughout the entire 80 minutes by challenging the Raiders physically, and at times both forward packs were pushed to their limits ....

Four Pointers: Cronulla Sharks 18-26 Brisbane Broncos

Reigning Premiers Cronulla Sharks couldn't get off to a winning start, as Brisbane Broncos came out on top in the opening fixture of the 2017 NRL season. THE FOOTY IS BACK How good is it to have the NRL back for...
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