NRL Draw & Results 2018

Announced the previous November the annual NRL Draw is a breakdown of all the Rugby League fixtures, round-by-round taking place over the now 25 week regular NRL season. The NRL Telstra Premiership fixtures in the draw show the dates, NRL teams, stadiums and times for each match in all of the rounds.

Each season the NRL Draw is affected by the allocated team byes and the representative NRL games including the three match State of Origin series. Every round features eight NRL matches played between the 16 clubs with the exception of six weeks spread across May – July when teams enjoy byes leading to fewer games per round.

For the 2018 NRL Draw the number of byes per team for the season was reduced from two to one, with a standalone weekend for State Of Origin 2 reducing the number of regular NRL rounds affected by rep footy and a 25 instead of 26 week regular NRL season.

The NRL Draw also shows the hosting club with the home ground advantage in each game and highlights standout events like the ANZAC Round in April. Below is the full 2018 NRL Draw complete with links to the Ladbrokes NRL Previews and Tipping for each Round of the standard Premiership season, plus NRL Results as the season progresses.

2018 NRL Draw

The 2018 NRL Draw and dates of the weekly Rugby League fixtures for this season’s Telstra Premiership are listed below. Follow the links to each NRL Round for a full match preview, NRL tipping guide and live NRL betting odds on every game across the 25 week regular season as we count down to the NRL finals!

Highlights of the NRL Draw 2018 include:

  • 2017 NRL Grand Final rematch between the Storm & Cowboys in Round 3
  • Traditional ANZAC Day game between the Roosters & Dragons in Round 8 on Wednesday April 25
  • The 2018 State Of Origin Series on June 6 (Game 1), June 24 (Game 2) and July 11 (Game 3)
  • A new standalone weekend for State of Origin II
  • A record 4 double-headers held at Perth Stadium, Sydney’s ANZ Stadium, Mt Smart Stadium in Auckland (NZ) and Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane
  • 5 NSW regional matches held at Bathurst, Tamworth Mudgee and Gosford (2) and 3 regional QLD games held in Gladstone, Cairns and Toowoomba in place of the now defunct City vs Country match

2018 NRL Rounds

NRL Round 1

NRL Round 1 Fixtures

Thursday March 8, 2018

  • Dragons (34) v (12) Broncos (UOW Jubliee Stadium) @ 6:50pm (AEDT)

Friday March 9, 2018

  • Knights (19) v (18) Sea Eagles (McDonald Jones Stadium) @ 6pm (AEDT)
  • Cowboys (20) v (14) Sharks (1300SMILES Stadium) @ 7:50pm (AEDT)

Saturday March 10, 2018

  •  Wests Tigers (10) v (8) Roosters (ANZ Stadium) @ 4pm (AEDT)
  • Rabbitohs (20) v (32) Warriors (Perth Stadium) @ 7pm (AEDT)
  • Bulldogs (18) v (36) Storm (Perth Stadium) @ 9pm (AEDT)

Sunday March 11, 2018

  • Panthers (24) v (14) Eels (Panthers Stadium) @ 4:10pm (AEDT)
  • Titans (30) v (28) Raiders (CBus Super Stadium) @ 6:30pm (AEDT)

NRL Round 1 Results & Wrap-Up: NRL Round 1 kicked off with a poor campaign kick-off by the Brisbane Broncos who now find themselves last on the Ladder following their 34 -12 loss to the Dragons. In Friday night football punters were treated to an early thriller, Manly going down a point in extra-time to the season improvers Newcastle Knights whose new outfit already looks to be coming up with the goods. The North Queensland Cowboys got things going at home with a 20 – 14 win over the Sharks, a close game that’s score flattered the winners thanks to a late Cowboys try. The West Tigers scored a two point upset over the Sydney Roosters ( 10 – 8) in the first on Saturday arvo, before the Warriors won the first of the Perth double-header smashing the Bunnies 32 – 20. The other NRL match played in Perth for Round 1 saw Melbourne Storm produce their typically machine-like performance with a 36 – 18 victory over the Doggies. Sunday footy saw Penrith beat the Eels 24 – 14 after a brilliant second-half by the Panthers, a poor result for Hayne’s 200th NRL match, before the Titans held off the Raiders 30 – 28 at the Gold Coast after twice coming back from an 18 point deficit.

NRL Round 2

NRL Round 2 Fixtures

Thursday March 15, 2018 

  • Sharks (16) v (20) Dragons (Southern Cross Group Stadium) @ 4pm (AEDT)

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    Round 2 features a Queensland Derby between the Cowboys and Broncos. Image: ABC.

Friday March 16, 2018 

  • Roosters (30) v (12) Bulldogs (Allianz Stadium) @ 6pm (AEDT)
  • Broncos (24) v (20) Cowboys (Suncorp Stadium) @ 7:50pm (AEDT)

Saturday March 17, 2018 

  • Warriors (20) v (8) Titans (Mt Smart Stadium) @ 3pm (AEDT)
  • Panthers (18) v (14) Rabbitohs (Panthers Stadium) @ 5:30pm (AEDT)
  • Storm (8) v (10) Wests Tigers (AAMI Park) @ 7:30pm (AEDT)

Sunday March 18, 2018 

  • Sea Eagles (54) v (0) Eels (Lottoland) @ 4:10pm (AEDT)
  • Raiders (28) v (30) Knights (GIO Stadium) @ 6:30pm (AEDT)

NRL Round 2 Results & Wrap Up: The Dragons finished Round 2 top of the NRL Ladder after their four point win over the Sharks in a very strange game in the week’s opener on Thursday night, Cronulla one of five teams still winless after week two. The Roosters bounced back to winning form with victory over the Bulldogs in the first on Friday night, before yet another unbelievable Queensland Derby thriller between the Broncos and Cowboys. After a slow start out of the gates and a few controversial calls, it was the home Brisbane side in front of over 46,000 fans that came away with the four point win over North Queensland who were denied a final try in the last two minutes after Scott Bolton collided with the goal post and lost the ball. The Warriors were professional at home defeating the Gold Coast 20 – 8, before Penrith came from behind on the scoreboard for the second time in as many weeks to defeat the Bunnies. The reigning premiers Melbourne were the shock losers to the Wests Tigers who rained on Slater’s 300th NRL match parade. Manly made NRL history with their record 54 – 0 win over the Eels, before the Knights outstayed the Raiders 30 – 28 in another close thriller.

NRL Round 3

NRL Round 3 Fixtures

Thursday March 22, 2018 

  • Storm (30) v (14) Cowboys (AAMI Park) @ 7:50pm (AEDT)

Friday March 23, 2018 

  • Bulldogs (20) v (18) Panthers (ANZ Stadium) @ 6pm (AEDT)
  • Wests Tigers (7) v (9) Broncos (Campbelltown Stadium) @ 7:50pm (AEDT)

Saturday March 24, 2018 

  • Raiders (19) v (20) Warriors (GIO Stadium) @ 3pm (AEDT)
  • Rabbitohs (34) v (6) Sea Eagles (ANZ Stadium) @ 5:30pm (AEDT)
  • Eels (4) v (14) Sharks (ANZ Stadium) @ 7:30pm (AEDT)

Sunday March 25, 2018 

  • Titans (8) v (54) Dragons (Clive Berghofer Stadium, Toowoomba) @ 4:10pm (AEDT)
  • Roosters (38) v (8) Knights (Allianz Stadium) @ 6:30pm (AEDT)

NRL Round 3 Results & Wrap-Up: Thursday night footy featured a NRL Grand Final rematch between the Storm and Cowboys that should have been a blockbuster, but instead saw a 20 penalties-dominated affair with the reigning Premiers Melbourne running away with it late 30 – 14. It was an atoning win for the Storm after their loss to the Tigers last week and ensured they kept the record of not having lost two on the trot since 2015. Speaking of early season giant killers the Wests Tigers, they lost their first of the year in a scrappy 7 – 9 affair with Brisbane. Another game ruined by a high penalty count, the Broncos won without actually scoring a try and after the match went into Golden Point extra time it was a controversial penalty kick that decided it late. The other Friday night match saw the Panthers star halfback Nathan Cleary suffering a nasty knee injury in their loss to the Bulldogs at ANZ Stadium. On Saturday the Warriors scored a last gasp victory (20-19) over the Raiders in Canberra, before the Bunnies easily accounted for Manly (34-6). The Eels remain winless after going down by 10 to the Sharks and suffered further with injury of Jarryd Hayne. On Sunday the Titans were embarrassed at the Gold Coast going down 54 – 8 to the NRL Ladder-leading Dragons who, along with the Warriors, are three-from-three for the season. The Roosters were also impressive that night handing the Knights a big 38 – 8 loss.

NRL Round 4

NRL Round 4 Fixtures

Thursday March 29, 2018

  • Cowboys (14) v (33) Panthers (1300SMILES Stadium) @ 7:50pm (AEDT)

Friday March 30, 2018 

  • Rabbitohs (20) v (16) Bulldogs (ANZ Stadium) @ 4:10pm (AEDT)
  • Sharks (14) v (4) Storm (Southern Cross Group Stadium) @ 7:50pm (AEDT)

Saturday March 31, 2018 

  • Roosters (6) v (30) Warriors (Allianz Stadium) @ 5:30pm (AEDT)
  • Sea Eagles (32) v (16) Raiders (Lottoland) @ 7:30pm (AEDT)

Sunday April 1, 2018 

  • Dragons (30) v (12) Knights (WIN Stadium) @ 4:10pm (AEST)
  • Broncos (14) v (26) Titans (Suncorp Stadium) @ 6:30pm (AEST)

Monday April 2, 2018 

  • Wests Tigers (30) v (20) Eels (ANZ Stadium) @ 4pm (AEST)

NRL Round 4 Results & Wrap-Up: The Easter Round in the NRL is done and dusted and there were some pretty controversial footy results across the long weekend. Things started off on Thursday night with a tough evening for the out-of-form Cowboys who lost to the Panthers (33-14) up in North Queensland. It was the first Penrith win at Townsville since 2009 and led by a reformed performance from James Maloney who was on fire all night. Good Friday football started off with a four point win for the Bunnies over the Bulldogs in a thriller, before the Sharks stunned the Storm 14 – 4 in a game ruined by a 30 plus penalty count. On Saturday the Warriors were too good for the Roosters in a big 30 – 6 victory in Sydney to make it four-from-four for the season, before Manly looked back to better form in a slick win over the Raiders. Easter Sunday had the ladder-leading Dragons continue their flawless start to 2018 with a tidy 30 – 12 win over Newcastle, before the Titans were too good for their big brothers the Broncos in Brisbane with a 26 – 14 upset. Monday afternoon rounded things out and it was another victory for the now fourth-placed Wests Tigers who continued the Eels’ winless start to the season.

*Easter Round featuring games on Thursday – Monday night.

NRL Round 5

NRL Round 5 Fixtures

Thursday April 5, 2018 

  • Raiders (26) v (10) Bulldogs (GIO Stadium) @ 7:50pm (AEST)
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Mt Smart Stadium hosts a double-header in the NRL during Round 5. Photo Credit: Auckland Live.

Friday April 6, 2018 

  • Sharks (10) v (28) Roosters (Southern Cross Group Stadium) @ 6pm (AEST)
  • Dragons (16) v (12) Rabbitohs (UOW Jubilee Stadium) @ 7:50pm (AEST)

Saturday April 7, 2018 

  • Wests Tigers (11) v (10) Storm (Mt Smart Stadium) @ 3pm (AEST)
  • Warriors (22) v (12) Cowboys (Mt Smart Stadium) @ 5:30pm (AEST)
  • Knights (15) v (10) Broncos (McDonald Jones Stadium) @ 7:30pm (AEST)

Sunday April 8, 2018 

  • Titans (32) v (20) Sea Eagles (Marley Brown Oval, Gladstone) @ 2pm (AEST)
  • Eels (6) v (12) Panthers (ANZ Stadium) @ 4:10pm (AEST)

NRL Round 5 Results & Wrap Up: Round 5 kicked off with the Canberra Raiders proving far too strong for the Bulldogs at GIO Stadium, the Green Machine scoring a breakthrough win for 2018. Friday night football featured a big 28 – 10 win for the now fifth-ranked Roosters who sit inside the Top 8 after travelling to Cronulla to beat the Sharks thanks to standout performance from the Tri-Colours new No. 7 Cooper Cronk. Later that night the Dragons continued their winning streak making it five-from-five over the Rabbitohs who fought back late but ultimately failed to stop St. George’s historic start to the season in the game of the round. On Saturday Mt Smart in New Zealand were host to a double header that included Wests upsetting the Storm for the second time in 2018, before the home Warriors’ outfit easily accounted for the Cowboys (22 – 12) to also remain undefeated after five weeks of play. The Knights were also shock winners on Saturday night with Brisbane travelling to Newcastle to be defeated 15 – 10. On Sunday the Titans enjoyed another victory beating Manly 32 – 20 at Gladstone before the Panthers doubled the points over the Eels, Parra still winless in 2018.

NRL Round 6

NRL Round 6 Fixtures

Thursday April 12, 2018 

  • Roosters (14) v (26) Rabbitohs (Allianz Stadium) @ 7:50pm (AEST)

Friday April 13, 2018 

  • Storm (40) v (14) Knights (AAMI Park) @ 6pm (AEST)
  • Dragons (40) v (20) Sharks (WIN Stadium) @ 7:50pm (AEST)

Saturday April 14, 2018 

  • Warriors (18) v (27) Broncos (Mt Smart Stadium) @ 3pm (AEST)
  • Cowboys (10) v (27) Bulldogs (1300SMILES Stadium) @ 5:30pm (AEST)
  • Raiders (18) vs (2) Parramatta Eels (GIO Stadium) @ 7:35pm (AEST)

Sunday April 15, 2018 

  • Panthers (35) v (12) Titans (Panthers Stadium) @ 2pm (AEST)
  • Sea Eagles (12) v  (38) Wests Tigers (Lottoland) @ 4:10pm (AEST)

NRL Round 6 Results & Wrap Up: Round 6 of the NRL season kicked off with the Bunnies beating the Roosters in the foundation team clash on Thursday night. Friday night football saw two teams post 40 points with the Storm easily accounting for the Knights (14) in Melbourne before the NRL Ladder-leading Dragons retained their undefeated record with a sixth win on the trot this time over the injury-ravaged Sharks (20). On Saturday the Broncos scored the upset NRL result of the round, ending the previously undefeated Warriors’ perfect start to the season with a 27 – 18 shock victory in NZ. The Cowboys’ woes continued at home with their fifth loss of the year when beaten 27 – 18 by the visiting Bulldogs, before the Raiders got the job done with a 16 point victory over the still winless Eels. On Sunday the Panthers moved into second in the ladder with their emphatic 35 – 12 victory over the Titnas, before the Tigers continued their strong season with a fifth win this time flogging Manly 38 – 12 at Brookvale.

NRL Round 7

NRL Round 7 Fixtures

Thursday April 19, 2018 

  • Bulldogs (0) v (6) Roosters (ANZ Stadium) @ 7:50pm (AEST)

Friday April 20, 2018 

  • Warriors (20) v (12) Dragons (Mt Smart Stadium) @ 6pm (AEST)
  • Broncos (20) v (34) Storm (Suncorp Stadium) @ 7:50pm (AEST)

Saturday April 21, 2018 

  • Rabbitohs (42) v (22) Raiders (Central Coast Stadium) @ 3pm (AEST)
  • Wests Tigers (20) v (22) Knights (Scully Park, Tamworth) @ 5:30pm (AEST)
  • Cowboys (26) v (14) Titans (1300SMILES Stadium) @ 7:30pm (AEST)

Sunday April 22, 2018 

  • Eels (44) v (10) Sea Eagles (ANZ Stadium) @ 2pm (AEST)
  • Sharks (26) v (22) Panthers (Southern Cross Group Stadium) @ 4:10pm (AEST)

NRL Round 7 Results & Wrap Up: The Round 7 NRL action began on Thursday night with the Roosters keeping the dull-in-attack Bulldogs scoreless in a strange 6 – nil game that had few penalties, but little excitement. On Friday the Warriors returned to winning form with a 20 – 12 victory having fought back against St George to hand the Dragons with their first loss of the season. It was then all about the Storm who continued their outstanding record at Suncorp Stadium with a 32 – 20 win over Brisbane, the scoreline flattering the Broncos who got in with two quick tries early in the second half.  The Bunnies were easy 42 – 22 winners over the Riders on the Central Coast game first-up on Saturday, before the Scully Park match at Tamworth went down to the wire with the Knights posting a 22 – 20 upset over Wests Tigers. Then up in North Queensland the Cowboys were finally back to winning form with a 26 – 14 win over the Titans in a Queensland Derby. Sunday footy saw the Eels post their first victory in 2018 with a blistering 44 – 10 annihilation of the Sea Eagles, before the Sharks saluted at home in a four point thriller (26 – 22) over Penrith.

NRL Round 8

NRL Round 8 Fixtures

Wednesday April 25, 2018 

NRL Anzac match

NRL Round 8 features the ANZAC Clash between the Roosters and Dragons

  • Dragons (24) v (8) Roosters (Allianz Stadium) @ 4:10pm (AEST)
  • Storm (50) v (10) Warriors (AAMI Park) @ 7pm (AEST)

Thursday April 26, 2018 

  • Rabbitohs (20) v (24) Broncos (ANZ Stadium) @ 7:50pm (AEST)

Friday April 27, 2018 

  • Sea Eagles (12) v (18) Knights (Lottoland) @ 6pm (AEST)
  • Panthers (22) v (14) Bulldogs (Panthers Stadium) @ 7:50pm (AEST)

Saturday April 28, 2018 

  • Titans (9) v (10) Sharks (CBus Super Stadium) @ 5:30pm (AEST)
  • Cowboys (8) v (18) Raiders (1300SMILES Stadium) @ 7:30pm (AEST)

Sunday April 29, 2018 

  • Eels (24) v (22) Wests Tigers (ANZ Stadium) @ 4:10pm (AEST)

NRL Round 8 Results & Wrap Up: ANZAC Round in the NRL began on Wednesday with the two traditional ANZAC Day clashes. The first featured the NRL Ladder-leading Dragons who continued their winning ways with a controversial 24 – 8 win over the Roosters, before the Melbourne Storm smashed the Warriors 50 – 10 set up by a first-half points bonanza. The Broncos were back to winning form with a four point win over the Rabbitohs in Thursday night footy inspired by the brilliant performance by winger Corey Oats. Friday saw the Sea Eagles struggle again with a four point loss to the Knights, before the consistent Panthers were easy winners (22 – 14) over the Bulldogs in the other game that evening. On Saturday it was a gritty performance from the Sharks for their one-point win over the Gold Coast, before the Raiders dominated in defense up in NQ to beat the Cowboys by 10. The round came to a close on Sunday afternoon with the Eels getting another win under their belt defeating the Tigers 24 -22.

*Anzac Round: Features traditional ANZAC Day clashes between St George Illawarra v Sydney Roosters and Melbourne Storm vs New Zealand Warriors

NRL Round 9

NRL Round 9 Fixtures

Thursday May 3, 2018 

  • Broncos (22) v (20) Bulldogs (Suncorp Stadium) @ 7:50pm (AEST)

Friday May 4, 2018 

  • Knights (18) v (36) Rabbitohs (McDonald Jones Stadium) @ 6pm (AEST)
  • Panthers (20) v (26) Cowboys (Carrington Park, Bathurst) @ 7:50pm (AEST)

Saturday May 5, 2018 

  • Raiders (32) v (18) Titans (GIO Stadium) @ 3pm (AEST)
  • Warriors (26) v (4) Wests Tigers (Mt Smart Stadium) @ 5:30pm (AEST)
  • Sharks (22) v (20) Eels (Southern Cross Group Stadium) @ 7:30pm (AEST)

Sunday May 6, 2018 

  • Dragons (34) v (14) Storm (UOW Jubilee Stadium) @ 2pm (AEST)
  • Roosters (22) v (20) Sea Eagles (Allianz Stadium) @ 4:10pm (AEST)

NRL Round 9 Results & Wrap Up: Round 9 of the NRL began with a resurgent Broncos scoring a second win on the trot with a two point victory over a luckless Doggies’ outfit, the result marred by a controversial late penalty. The first on Friday night had the Rabbitiohs easily account for the Knights (36 – 18), Newcastle suffering their first home loss in 2018. The Cowboys looked back on track after a horror few weeks defeating the Panthers by six in the later game that night played at Bathurst. The Raiders proved too strong for the Titans in the nation’s capital on Saturday afternoon, before the Warriors charged to a 26 – 4 win over Wests Tigers at Mt Smart Stadium in a game full of injuries. The last on Saturday had the Sharks narrowly hold on to beat the Eels 22 – 20 with Cronulla’s Andrew Fifita one of the stars on the field. Sunday footy saw the Storm fail to live up to the Ladder leading Dragons who smashed Melbourne 34 – 14, before the Roosters edged out Manly 22 – 20 – the third game resulting in that exact score line during the round.

NRL Round 10

NRL Round 10 Fixtures

Thursday May 10, 2018 

Suncorp Stadium

Brisbane’s Suncorp Stadium is home to a NRL Double Header in Round 10

  • Wests Tigers (20) v (12) Cowboys (Leichhardt Oval) @ 7:50pm (AEST)

Friday May 11, 2018 

  • Knights (18) v (29) Panthers (McDonald Jones Stadium) @ 6pm (AEST)
  • Bulldogs (20) v (12) Eels (ANZ Stadium) @ 7:50pm (AEST)

Saturday May 12, 2018 

  • Warriors (0) v (32) Roosters (Mt Smart Stadium) @ 3pm (AEST)
  • Storm (28) v (14) Titans (Suncorp Stadium) @ 5:30pm (AEST)
  • Sea Eagles (38) v (24) Broncos (Suncorp Stadium) @ 7:30pm (AEST)

Sunday May 13, 2018 

  • Rabbitohs (24) v (10) Dragons (ANZ Stadium) @ 2pm (AEST)
  • Raiders (16) v (24) Sharks (GIO Stadium) @ 4:10pm (AEST)

NRL Round 10 Results & Wrap Up: The Wests Tigers kicked off Round 10 in the NRL with their sixth win over the season defeating a fumbling Cowboys squad 20 – 12 to elevate themselves into the Top 8. The now second-ranked Panthers were the other winning Big Cats the following night in Friday night footy beating Newcastle 29 – 18, before the Bulldogs kept the Eels on just the two wins for 2018 with a 20 – 12 victory later that night at ANZ Stadium. Saturday footy across the Tasman resulted in a shock 32 – nil victory to the Roosters who headed across the ditch and kept the third-ranked Warriors, slaughtered by injury, scoreless. Melbourne Storm continued their surge into fourth position on the NRL Ladder with a big 28 – 14 win over a brave Titans outfit in the first of the Suncorp Stadium Double Header matches. The second was a shock result with the “home side”, Manly, handing Brisbane a 38 – 24 beating. On Sunday the Bunnies were too good for the ladder-leading Dragons in their 24 – 10 win, before the Sharks beat the Raiders 24 – 16 in the nation’s capital giving Cronulla four wins on the trot.

NRL Round 11

NRL Round 11 Fixtures

Thursday May 17, 2018 

  • Panthers (16) v Wests Tigers (2) (Panthers Stadium) @ 7:50pm (AEST)

Friday May 18, 2018 

  • Eels (14) v Warriors (24) (ANZ Stadium) @ 6pm (AEST)
  • Broncos (28) v Roosters (22) (Suncorp Stadium) @ 7:50pm (AEST)

Saturday May 19, 2018 

  • Titans (33) v Knights (26) (CBus Super Stadium) @ 3pm (AEST)
  • Cowboys (19) v Rabbitohs (20) (1300SMILES Stadium) @ 5:30pm (AEST)
  • Storm (4) v Sea Eagles (24) (AAMI Park) @ 7:30pm (AEST)

Sunday May 20, 2018 

  • Dragons (25) v Raiders (18) (Glen Willow Stadium, Mudgee) @ 2pm (AEST)
  • Sharks (22) v Bulldogs (16) (Southern Cross Group Stadium) @ 4:10pm (AEST)

NRL Round 11 Results & Wrap Up: Round 11 kicked off with a bang on Thursday night as the Panthers pumped the Tigers 16-2, further securing Penrith’s second spot on the ladder. Despite possessing a lot less of the ball, the Warriors then saw us into the weekend with a 24-14 win over the Eels, a game that kept New Zealand well within striking distance of the Panthers on the ladder. Manly was the other big winner of the round, surprising everyone with a gutsy 24-4 victory against the Storm in Melbourne. Rounding things out, the top of the table Dragons kept on keepin’ on with a big victory over the Canberra Raiders on Sunday afternoon.

NRL Round 12

NRL Round 12 Fixtures

Thursday May 24, 2018 

    • Broncos (18) v Eels (10) (Suncorp Stadium) @ 7:50pm (AEST)

Friday May 25, 2018 

    • Raiders (21) v Sea Eagles (20) (GIO Stadium) @ 6pm (AEST)
    • Cowboys (6) v Storm (7) (1300 Smiles Stadium) @ 7:55pm (AEST)

Saturday May 26, 2018 

    • Roosters (34) v Titans (14) (Central Coast Stadium) @ 3pm (AEST)
    • Warriors (30) v Rabbitohs (10) (Mt Smart Stadium) @ 5:30pm (AEST)
    • Panthers (28) v Dragons (2) (Panthers Stadium) @ 7:30pm (AEST)

Sunday May 27, 2018 

    • Knights (10) v Sharks (48) (McDonald Jones Stadium) @ 2pm (AEST)
    • Wests Tigers (14) v Bulldogs (10) (ANZ Stadium) @ 4:10pm (AEST)

NRL Round 12 Results & Wrap Up: The Eels were no match for the Broncos at Suncorp on Thursday night. Brisbane exploded for two tries within the first 20 minutes and never looked back, keeping their finals hopes alive with an 18-10 win. Friday was played out in close quarters, as both the Raiders and Storm defeated the Sea Eagles and Cowboys by just one point each. In almost reverse order, Saturday was full of blowouts – the Roosters manhandled the Titans, the Bunnies took care of the Warriors in Auckland, and the Panthers claimed top spot on the ladder with a big 28-2 win over the Dragons. Sunday featured much of the same misery for the Knights, who were pummeled by the Sharks 48-10, while the Tigers kept themselves in the eight with a close win against the Bulldogs.

NRL Round 13

NRL Round 13 Fixtures

Thursday May 31, 2018 

    • Sea Eagles (12) v Cowboys (26) (Lottoland) @ 7:50pm (AEST)

Friday June 1, 2018

    • Rabbitohs (22) v Sharks (14) (ANZ Stadium) @ 7:50pm (AEST)

Saturday June 2, 2018

    • Eels (4) vs Knights (30) (ANZ Stadium) @ 7:30pm (AEST)

Sunday June 3, 2018 

    • Roosters (16) v Wests Tigers (14) (Allianz Stadium) @ 4:10pm (AEST)

*First Round of Byes: Broncos, Bulldogs, Dragons, Panthers, Raiders Storm, Titans, Warriors. 
*2018 State Of Origin Game I: Wednesday June 6 (Melbourne Cricket Ground). 

NRL Round 13 Results & Wrap Up: Who said a short round can’t be exciting? Featuring just a five game slate, Round 13 kicked off with a slight upset as the Cowboys took down Manly at home on Thursday night. For the first time in a long time North Queensland played a consistent 80-minutes, with Antonio Winterstein scoring two tries and Johnathan Thurston converting five of his six set shots. Friday night certainly lived up to expectations as the Rabbitohs took care of the Sharks 22-14. Souths win sees them hang on to third spot on the ladder for the third week in a row. Things then cooled down a little on Saturday as the Knights manhandled the Eels 30-4. It was a disappointing showing from Parramatta, as the wooden-spooners only opened their scoring account in the 74th minute. Sunday certainly left the best till’ last, with Sydney prevailing in a close one against the Tigers. Sydney’s win places them sixth on the ladder, while the loss knocked Wests down to ninth.

NRL Round 14

NRL Round 14 Fixtures

Friday June 8, 2018 

TIO Stadium - NRL

The Eels will play a “home” game in Round 14 at TIO Stadium in Darwin.

      • Raiders (22) v Panthers (23) (GIO Stadium) @ 6pm (AEST)
      • Titans (16) v Rabbitohs (18) (CBus Super Stadium) @ 7:50pm (AEST)

Saturday June 9, 2018 

      • Sea Eagles (14) v Warriors (34) (AMI Stadium, Christchurch) @ 3pm (AEST)
      • Knights (16) v Roosters (18) (McDonald Jones Stadium) @ 5:30pm (AEST)
      • Eels (20) v Cowboys (14) (TIO Stadium, Darwin) @ 7:30pm (AEST)

Sunday June 10, 2018 

      • Sharks (24) v Tigers (16) (Southern Cross Group Stadium) @ 2pm (AEST)
      • Storm (32) v Broncos (16) (AAMI Park) @ 4:10pm (AEST)

Monday June 11, 2018 

      • Bulldogs (16) v Dragons (18) (ANZ Stadium) @ 4pm (AEST)

Round 14 Results & Wrap Up: Canberra did well to challenge the Panthers on Friday night, but Penrith behind Tyrone Peachey proved too good for the 10th placed Raiders. The Titans found themselves in a similar boat against Souths two hours later, but again the Rabbitohs walked away with the points in a controversial victory for the Bunnies. As expected, the Warriors made short work of Manly over in New Zealand – David Fusitu’a scored three tries in that one – but the Saturday surprise certainly came in the form of the Eels upset over the Cowboys at home. Sunday went off without a hitch, as the favourite Sharks and the favourite Storm both walked away with comfy wins. The Dragons looked a little flat in their second half against Canterbury, but St. George finds themselves back on top of the ladder after a two point win.

 

NRL Round 15

NRL Round 15 Fixtures

Thursday June 14, 2018 

      • Eels v Rabbitohs (ANZ Stadium) @ 7:50pm (AEST)

Friday June 15, 2018 

      • Cowboys v Warriors (1300SMILES Stadium) @ 6pm (AEST)
      • Roosters v Panthers (Allianz Stadium) @ 7:50pm (AEST)

Saturday June 16, 2018 

      • Bulldogs v Titans (Belmore Sports Ground) @ 3pm (AEST)
      • Dragons v Sea Eagles (WIN Stadium) @ 5:30pm (AEST)
      • Sharks v Broncos (Southern Cross Group Stadium) @ 7:30pm (AEST)

Sunday June 17, 2018 

      • Knights v Storm (McDonald Jones Stadium) @ 2pm (AEST)
      • Wests Tigers v Raiders (Campelltown Stadium) @ 4:10pm (AEST)

*2018 State Of Origin Game II: Sunday June 24 (ANZ Stadium). 

NRL Round 16

NRL Round 16 Fixtures

Thursday June 28, 2018 

      • Dragons v Eels (WIN Stadium) @ 7:50pm (AEST)

Friday June 29, 2018 

      • Warriors v Sharks (Mt Smart Stadium) @ 6pm (AEST)
      • Roosters v Storm (Allianz Stadium) @ 7:50pm (AEST)

Saturday June 30, 2018 

      • Panthers v Sea Eagles (Panthers Stadium) @ 3pm (AEST)
      • Knights v Bulldogs (McDonald Jones Stadium) @ 5:30pm (AEST)
      • Broncos v Raiders (Suncorp Stadium) @ 7:30pm (AEST)

Sunday July 1, 2018 

      • Wests Tigers v Titans (Leichhardt Oval) @ 2pm (AEST)
      • Rabbitohs v Cowboys (Barlow Park, Cairns) @ 4:10pm (AEST)

 

NRL Round 17

NRL Round 17 Fixtures

Thursday July 5, 2018 

      • Storm v Dragons (AAMI Park) @ 7:50pm (AEST)

Friday July 6, 2018 

      • Panthers v Warriors (Panthers Stadium) @ 7:50pm (AEST)

Saturday July 7, 2018 

      • Bulldogs v Raiders (Belmore Sports Ground) @ 7:30pm (AEST)

Sunday July 8, 2018 

      • Titans v Broncos (CBus Super Stadium) @ 4:10pm (AEST)

*Second Round of Byes: Sharks,Sea Eagles, Knights, Cowboys, Eels, Rabbitohs, Roosters, Tigers.
*2018 State Of Origin Game III: Wednesday July 11 (Suncorp Stadium). 

NRL Round 18

NRL Round 18 Fixtures

Friday July 13, 2018 

      • Panthers v Sharks (Panthers Stadium) @ 6pm (AEST)
      • Knights v Eels (McDonald Jones Stadium) @ 7:50pm (AEST)

Saturday July 14, 2018 

      • Bulldogs v Rabbitohs (ANZ Stadium) @ 3pm (AEST)
      • Sea Eagles v Storm (Lottoland) @ 5:30pm (AEST)
      • Raiders v Cowboys (GIO Stadium) @ 7:30pm (AEST)

Sunday July 15, 2018 

      • Broncos v Warriors (Suncorp Stadium) @ 2pm (AEST)
      • Dragons v Wests Tigers (UOW Jubilee Stadium) @ 4:10pm (AEST)
      • Titans v Roosters (CBus Super Stadium) @ 6:30pm (AEST)

NRL Round 19

NRL Round 19 Fixtures

Thursday July 19, 2018 

      • Eels v Bulldogs (ANZ Stadium) @ 7:50pm (AEST)

Friday July 20, 2018 

      • Sharks v Raiders (Southern Cross Group Stadium) @ 6pm (AEST)
      • Broncos v Panthers (Suncorp Stadium) @ 7:50pm (AEST)

Saturday July 21, 2018 

      • Knights v Titans (McDonald Jones Stadium) @ 3pm (AEST)
      • Wests Tigers v Rabbitohs (ANZ Stadium) @ 5:30pm (AEST)
      • Cowboys v Dragons (1300SMILES Stadium) @ 7:30pm (AEST)

Sunday July 22, 2018 

      • Warriors v Storm (Mt Smart Stadium) @ 2pm (AEST)
      • Sea Eagles v Roosters (Lottoland) @ 4:10pm (AEST)

 

NRL Round 20

NRL Round 20 Fixtures

Thursday July 26, 2018 

      • Broncos v Sharks (Suncorp Stadium) @ 7:50pm (AEST)

Friday July 27, 2018 

      • Cowboys v Knights (1300SMILES Stadium) @ 6pm (AEST)
      • Bulldogs v Wests Tigers (ANZ Stadium) @ 7:50pm (AEST)

Saturday July 28, 2018 

      • Sea Eagles v Panthers (Lottoland) @ 3pm (AEST)
      • Rabbitohs v Eels (ANZ Stadium) @ 5:30pm (AEST)
      • Storm v Raiders (AAMI Park) @ 7:30pm (AEST)

Sunday July 29, 2018 

      • Titans v Warriors (CBus Super Stadium) @ 2pm (AEST)
      • Roosters v Dragons (Allianz Stadium) @ 4:10pm (AEST)

NRL Round 21

NRL Round 21 Fixtures

Thursday August 2, 2018 

      • Bulldogs v Broncos (ANZ Stadium) @ 7:50pm (AEST)

Friday August 3, 2018 

      • Knights v Wests Tigers (McDonald Jones Stadium) @ 6pm (AEST)
      • Rabbitohs v Storm (ANZ Stadium) @ 7:50pm (AEST)

Saturday August 4, 2018 

      • Dragons v Warriors (WIN Stadium) @ 3pm (AEST)
      • Eels v Titans (ANZ Stadium) @ 5:30pm (AEST)
      • Roosters v Cowboys (Allianz Stadium) @ 7:30pm (AEST)

Sunday August 5, 2018 

      • Sharks v Sea Eagles (Southern Cross Group Stadium) @ 2pm (AEST)
      • Panthers v Raiders (Panthers Stadium) @ 4:10pm (AESTj)

NRL Round 22

NRL Round 22 Fixtures

Thursday August 8, 2018

      • Cowboys v Broncos (1300SMILES Stadium) @ 7:50pm (AEST)

Friday August 10, 2018 

      • Warriors v Knights (Mt Smart Stadium) @ 6pm (AEST)
      • Rabbitohs v Roosters (ANZ Stadium) @ 7:50pm (AEST)

Saturday August 11, 2018

      • Titans v Panthers (CBus Super Stadium) @ 3pm (AEST)
      • Sea Eagles v Bulldogs (Lottoland) @ 5:30pm (AEST)
      • Eels v Dragons (ANZ Stadium) @ 7:30pm (AEST)

Sunday August 12, 2018  

      • Raiders v Wests Tigers (GIO Stadium) @ 2pm (AEST)
      • Storm v Sharks (AAMI Park) @ 4:10pm (AEST)

NRL Round 23

NRL Round 23 Fixtures

Thursday August 16, 2018 

      • Broncos v Rabbitohs (Suncorp Stadium) @ 7:50pm (AEST)

Friday August 17, 2018 

      • Sea Eagles v Titans (Lottoland) @ 6pm (AEST)
      • Storm v Eels (AAMI Park) @ 7:50pm (AEST)

Saturday August 18, 2018 

      • Panthers v Knights (Panthers Stadium) @ 3pm (AEST)
      • Wests Tigers v Dragons (Leichhardt Oval) @ 5:30pm (AEST)
      • Sharks v Cowboys (Southern Cross Group Stadium) @ 7:30pm (AEST)

Sunday August 19, 2018 

      • Bulldogs v Warriors (ANZ Stadium) @ 2pm (AEST)
      • Raiders v Roosters (GIO Stadium) @ 4:10pm (AEST)

 

NRL Round 24

NRL Round 24 Fixtures

Thursday August 23, 2018 

      • Wests Tigers v Sea Eagles (Campbelltown Stadium) @ 7:50pm (AEST)

Friday August 24, 2018 

      • Warriors v Panthers (Mt Smart Stadium) @ 6pm (AEST)
      • Cowboys v Eels (1300SMILES Stadium) @ 7:50pm (AEST)

Saturday August 25, 2018 

      • Raiders v Rabbitohs (GIO Stadium) @ 3pm (AEST)
      • Titans v Storm (CBus Super Stadium) @ 5:30pm (AEST)
      • Roosters v Broncos (Allianz Stadium) @ 7:30pm (AEST)

Sunday August 26, 2018 

      • Sharks v Knights (Southern Cross Group Stadium) @ 2pm (AEST)
      • Dragons v Bulldogs (UOW Jubilee Stadium) @ 4:10pm (AEST)

NRL Round 25

NRL Round 25 Fixtures

Thursday August 30, 2018 

      • Rabbitohs v Wests Tigers (ANZ Stadium) @ 7:50pm (AEST)

Friday August 31, 2018 

      • Warriors v Raiders (Mt Smart Stadium) @ 6pm (AEST)
      • Storm v Panthers (AAMI Park) @ 7:50pm (AEST)

Saturday September 1, 2018 

      • Knights v Dragons (McDonald Jones Stadium) @ 3pm (AEST)
      • Titans v Cowboys (CBus Super Stadium) @ 5:30pm (AEST)
      • Eels v Roosters (ANZ Stadium) @ 7:30pm (AEST)

Sunday September 2, 2018 

      • Bulldogs v Sharks (ANZ Stadium) @ 2pm (AEST)
      • Broncos v Eels (Suncorp Stadium) @ 4:10pm (AEST)