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Live, Channel 9 (delay Brisbane, 9.30pm) Ladbrokes: Knights $4.00, Roosters $1.258 Betfair: Knights $4.30, Roosters $1.28 AAP writes: A dramatic week at the Knights following an emotion-charged weekend with the Rise For Alex round. Coach Wayne
Centre Shaun Kenny-Dowall admitted the loss of Tupou was a blow for the struggling Roosters ahead of Saturday's clash with top-of-the-table Penrith. "Especially him going through that whole Origin series he would be high on confidence," Kenny-Dowall
Eight days after staging the greatest comeback in their 47-year history, strife-torn Cronulla bettered it to record a win for the ages. Without a coach, captain Paul Gallen or the sacked Todd Carney, the Sharks were expected to be pulverised as
Brett Stewart was instrumental in the win, Manly's 10th of the season, before a crowd 17,155, which puts them two points clear of Penrith who travel to Auckland on Sunday to meet the Warriors. Manly burst out to an early 10-0 lead after 18 minutes
We're a long way after the fact, but the veteran Channel Nine caller is still struggling to understand how the Sydney Roosters' centre Shaun Kenny-Dowall didn't get a game for New Zealand against Australia in this year's Anzac test. Kenny-Dowall's
The Roosters have a couple of injury concerns, but Michael Jennings and James Maloney are in dire need of a big game to push their claims for a spot in Laurie Daley's NSW team for the opening game of the Origin series. The Tigers will bring the fight
World Cup ended on a bad note for the Kiwis, so coach Stephen Kearney came up with a new plan. Michael Brown explains why it's out with the old, in with the new. Stephen Kearney addresses his depleted Kiwis team at training in Sydney this week. The
Kiwis coach happy to provide explanation to dumped Roosters front row enforcer about future of 25-year-old. Jared Waerea-Hargreaves (right) says his dumping will not impact his desire to win back his test spot for the end of season Four Nations.
The Kiwis have been ravaged by injuries to key players such as Kieran Foran, Elijah Taylor and Issac Luke and are will go into the Test as huge underdogs against the world champions at Allianz Stadium. They also surprisingly left a number of
Criticism of the Kiwis squad has focussed on the non-selection of the likes of Sonny Bill Williams and Jared Waerea-Hargreaves while play-making star Kieran Foran heads a long injured list. "It doesn't matter if we haven't got the biggest names,"