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Wests Tigers moved to within one win of the top eight with a 42-24 win over Brisbane at Suncorp Stadium.

Michael Maguire’s men scored six tries to one in the second half to secure two competition points for the first time in a month, while Adam Doueihi was the star of the show with five try assists.

Elsewhere, Melbourne and Penrith continued with their stranglehold atop the ladder, while South Sydney narrowly defeated the Bulldogs to stay in touch with the top.

Manly Warringah secured victory without the Trbojevic brothers, while the Roosters and Raiders scored wins on Saturday.  


  • Parramatta Eels 26 def. Gold Coast Titans 8
  • Manly Warringah Sea Eagles 32 def. St George Illawarra Dragons 18
  • Sydney Roosters 34 def. North Queensland Cowboys 18
  • Canberra Raiders 34 def. Cronulla Sharks 18
  • Melbourne Storm 48 def. Newcastle Knights 4
  • Penrith Panthers 30 def. New Zealand Warriors 16
  • Wests Tigers 42 def. Brisbane Broncos 24
  • South Sydney Rabbitohs 32 def. Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 24


Wests Tigers are awaiting the judiciary charges from the club’s Round 18 clash against the Broncos.

Cronulla forward Aiden Tolman is set to miss Round 19 after he was cited for a high tackle in his side's loss to Canberra this weekend.

For all the latest judiciary news, click here.


The Warriors suffered a double blow with star forward Tohu Harris (ACL) and hooker Wayde Egan (shoulder) suffering season-ending injuries in Sunday's clash with the Panthers.

Penrith lost James Fisher-Harris in the last few minutes after he had hurt his knee, rib and neck in a tackle but was unsure of the extent of the injuries.

On the Gold Coast, Rabbitohs winger Alex Johnston hobbled off in Sunday's win over Canterbury with a hamstring problem while Campbell Graham and Liam Knight suffered head knocks.

Meanwhile, North Queensland fear they've lost centre Javid Bowen to a season-ending ACL injury, suffered during Saturday's loss to the Roosters.

For all the latest injury news, click here.


Thursday, July 22

7:50pm — Parramatta Eels vs. Canberra Raiders

Friday, July 23

6:00pm — Sydney Roosters vs. Newcastle Knights

7:55pm — North Queensland Cowboys vs. Melbourne Storm

Saturday, July 24

3:00pm — South Sydney Rabbitohs vs. New Zealand Warriors

5:30pm — Manly Warringah Sea Eagles vs. Wests Tigers

7:35pm — Penrith Panthers vs. Brisbane Broncos

Sunday, July 25

1:50pm — St George Illawarra Dragons vs. Gold Coast Titans

4:05pm — Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs vs. Cronulla Sharks