NRL Draw & Results 2017

Announced the previous November the annual NRL Draw is a breakdown of all the Rugby League fixtures, round-by-round taking place over the 26 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.

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 2017 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.

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2017 NRL Draw

The 2017 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 26 week regular season as we count down to the NRL finals!

Highlights of the NRL Draw 2017 include:

  • 2016 NRL Grand Final rematch between the Storm & Sharks in Round 6 and again in Round 14
  • Traditional ANZAC Day game between the Roosters & Dragons in Round 8 on Tuesday April 25
  • Representative round from May 5 – 7 featuring the last Country v City match
  • The 2017 State Of Origin Series on May 31 (Game 1), July 12 (Game 2) and June 21 (Game 3)
  • The Sydney Roosters having a “home” game in Adelaide against the Melbourne Storm in Round 16


Note: All times quoted are local to the venue

2017 NRL Rounds

NRL Round 1

NRL Round 1 Fixtures

Thursday March 2, 2017

  • Sharks (18) vs. (26) Broncos (Southern Cross Group Stadium) @ 8:05pm

Friday March 3, 2017

  • Bulldogs (6) vs. (12) Strom (Belmore Stadium) @ 6:00pm
  • Rabbitohs (18) vs. (34) Tigers (ANZ Stadium) @ 8:05pm

Saturday March 4, 2017

  • Dragons (42) vs. (10) Panthers (UOW Jubilee Oval) @ 4:30pm
  • Cowboys (20) vs. (16) Raiders (1300Smiles Stadium) @ 6:00pm
  • Titans (18) vs. (32) Roosters (CBus Super Stadium) @ 8:00pm

Sunday March 5, 2017

  • Warriors (26) vs. (22) Knights (Mt Smart Stadium) @ 4:00pm
  • Sea Eagles (12) vs. (20) Eels (Brookvale Oval) @ 4:00pm

NRL Round 2

NRL Round 2 Fixtures

NRL Queensland Derby

NRL Round 2 features a Queensland Derby between the Broncos & Cowboys.

  • Roosters (28) vs. (24) Bulldogs (Allianz Stadium) @ 8:05pm

Friday March 10, 2017

  • Warriors (10) vs. (26) Storm (Mt Smart Stadium) @ 8:00pm
  • Broncos (20) vs. (21) Cowboys  (Suncorp Stadium) @ 7:05pm

Saturday March 11, 2017

  • Knights (34) vs. (26) Titans (McDonald Jones Stadium) @ 3:00pm
  • Sea Eagles (18) vs. (38) Rabbitohs (Brookvale Oval) @ 5:30pm
  • Raiders (16) vs. (42) Sharks (GIO Stadium) @ 7:30pm

Sunday March 12, 2017

  • Tigers (2) vs. (36) Panthers (Campbelltown Stadium) @ 4:00pm
  • Dragons (16) vs. (34) Eels (WIN Stadium) @ 6:30pm

NRL Round 3

NRL Round 3 Fixtures

Thursday March 16, 2017

  • Storm (14) vs. (12) Broncos (AAMI Park) @ 8:05pm

Friday March 17, 2017

  • Bulldogs (24) vs. (12) Warriors (Forsyth Barr Stadium) @ 8:00pm
  • Titans (26) vs. (14) Eels (CBus Super Stadium) @ 7:05pm

Saturday March 18, 2017

  • Knights (18) vs. (24) Rabbitohs (McDonald Jones Stadium) @ 4:30pm
  • Panthers (12) vs. (14) Roosters (Pepper Stadium) @ 7:00pm
  • Cowboys (8) vs. (30) Sea Eagles (1300 Smiles Stadium) @ 8:00pm

Sunday March 19, 2017

  • Raiders (46) vs. (6) Tigers (GIO Stadium) @ 4:00pm
  • Sharks (10) vs. (16) Dragons (Southern Cross Group Stadium) @ 6:30pm

NRL Round 4

NRL Round 4 Fixtures

Thursday March 23, 2017

  • Rabbitohs (6) vs. (20) Roosters (ANZ Stadium) @ 8:05pm

Friday March 24, 2017

  • Panthers (40) vs. (0) Knights (Pepper Stadium) @ 6:00pm
  • Broncos (13) vs. (12) Raiders (Suncorp Stadium) @ 7:05pm

Saturday March 25, 2017

  • Sea Eagles (36) vs. (0) Bulldogs (Brookvale Oval) @ 4:30pm
  • Eels (6) vs. (20) Sharks (ANZ Stadium) @ 7:00pm
  • Titans (26) vs. (32) Cowboys (CBus Super Stadium) @ 8:00pm

Sunday March 26, 2017

  • Tigers (14) vs. (22) Storm (Leichhardt Oval) @ 4:00pm
  • Dragons (26) vs. (12) Warriors (UOW Jubilee Oval) @ 6:30pm

NRL Round 5

NRL Round 5 Fixtures

Thursday March 30, 2017

  • Bulldogs (10) vs. (7) Broncos (ANZ Stadium) @ 8:05pm

Friday March 31, 2017

  • Roosters (12) vs. (18) Sea Eagles (Allianz Stadium) @6:00pm
  • Cowboys (20) vs. (6) Rabbitohs (1300Smiles Stadium) @ 7:05pm

Saturday April 1, 2017

  • Sharks (19) vs. (18) Knights (Southern Cross Group Stadium) @ 3:00pm
  • Raiders (30) vs. (18) Eels (GIO Stadium) @ 5:30pm
  • Storm (28) vs. (6) Panthers (AAMI Park) @ 7:30pm

Sunday April 2, 2017

  • Warriors (28) vs. (22) Titans (Mt Smart Stadium) @ 4:00pm
  • Tigers (6) vs. (28) Dragons (ANZ Stadium) @ 4:00pm

NRL Round 6

NRL Round 6 Fixtures

NRL Draw 2017

2017 NRL Round 6 features a Grand Final rematch between the Storm and Sharks.

Thursday April 6, 2017

  • Broncos (32) vs. (8) Roosters (Suncorp Stadium) @ 7:50pm

Friday April 7, 2017

  • Knights (12) vs. (22) Bulldogs (McDonald Jones Stadium) @ 6:00pm
  • Panthers (20) vs. (21) Rabbitohs (Pepper Stadium) @ 7:50pm

Saturday April 8, 2017

  • Sea Eagles (10) vs. (35) Dragons (Brookvale Oval) @ 3:00pm
  • Titans (16) vs. (42) Raiders (CBus Super Stadium) @ 5:30pm
  • Cowboys (16) vs. (26) Tigers (1300Smiles Stadium) @ 7:30pm

Sunday April 9, 2017

  • Warriors (22) vs. (10) Eels (Mt Smart Stadium) @ 4:00pm
  • Storm (2) vs. (11) Sharks (AAMI Park) @ 4:00pm

*Features: the Grand Final rematch between the Storm and Sharks on Sunday afternoon

NRL Round 7

NRL Round 7 Fixtures

Friday April 14, 2017

  • Bulldogs (24) vs. (9) Rabbitohs (ANZ Stadium) @ 4:00pm
  • Knights (6) vs. (24) Roosters (McDonald Jones Stadium) @ 6:00pm
  • Broncos (24) vs. (22) Titans (Suncorp Stadium) @ 7:50pm

Saturday April 15, 2017

  • Sea Eagles (26) vs. (30) Storm (Brookvale Oval) @ 3:00pm
  • Raiders (20) vs. (8) Warriors (GIO Stadium) @ 5:30pm
  • Dragons (28) vs. (22) Cowboys (WIN Stadium) @ 7:30pm

Sunday April 16, 2017

  • Panthers (2) vs. (28) Sharks (Pepper Stadium) @ 4:00pm

Monday April 17, 2017

  • Eels (26) vs. (22) Tigers (ANZ Stadium) @ 4:00pm

*Easter Round: Features the first Monday night match of the season on Easter Monday

NRL Round 8

NRL Round 8 Fixtures

Friday April 21, 2017

NRL Anzac match

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

  • Raiders (18) vs. (20) Sea Eagles (GIO Stadium) @ 6:00pm
  • Rabbitohs (24) vs. (25) Broncos (ANZ Stadium) @ 7:50pm

Saturday April 22, 2017

  • Eels (18) vs. (12) Panthers (ANZ Stadium) @ 3:00pm
  • Cowboys (24) vs. (12) Knights (1300Smiles Stadium) @ 5:30pm
  • Sharks (12) vs. (16) Titans (Southern Cross Group Stadium) @ 7:30pm

Sunday April 23, 2017

  • Tigers (18) vs. (12) Bulldogs (ANZ Stadium) @ 4:00pm

Tuesday April 25, 2017

  • Roosters (13) vs. (12) Dragons (Allianz Stadium) @ 4:00pm
  • Storm (20) vs. (14) Warriors (AAMI Park) @ 7:00pm

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

NRL ROUND 8 Results Wrap-Up: The ANZAC Round of the NRL featured some key rugby league results including the Broncos’ controversial one point win over the Bunnies aided by some very favourable calls their way. The Titans were the shock winners of the week when defeating the reigning Premiers the Sharks in a four-point win on Saturday night. The two ANZAC Day clashes were both thrillers including the Roosters golden point extra time win off a Mitchell Pearce field goal that saw them sew-up a tight battle against the Dragons.

NRL Round 9

NRL Round 9 Fixtures

Thursday April 27, 2017

  • Broncos 32 vs. 18 Panthers (Suncorp Stadium) @ 7:50pm

Friday April 28, 2017

  • Rabbitohs 8 vs. 46 Sea Eagles (Allianz Stadium) @ 6:00pm
  • Cowboys 6 vs. 26 Eels (1300Smiles Stadium) @ 7:50pm

Saturday April 29, 2017

  • Titans 38 vs. 8 Knights (CBus Super Stadium) @ 3:00pm
  • Bulldogs 16 vs. 10 Raiders (ANZ Stadium) @ 5:30pm
  • Tigers 16 vs. 22 Sharks (Leichhardt Oval) @ 7:30pm

Sunday April 30, 2017

  • Warriors 14 vs. 13 Roosters (Mt Smart Stadium) @ 4:00pm
  • Dragons 22 vs. 34 Storm (WIN Stadium) @ 4:00pm

NRL ROUND 9 Results Wrap-Up: There was an element of controversy surrounding the Broncos’ win again in Round 9, but there was no doubt they would have won regardless of the declared No Try to the Panthers in the Friday night fixture. After the Round 9 Rugby League results, the Broncos are back into the Top 4 having secured four wins on the trot and the NRL Ladder is led by the Storm who thrashed the second-ranked Dragons in their Sunday showdown. St. George fought back in the second half, but were disappointing early. An upset win went to the Eels who easily accounted for a JT-less Cowboys outfit 26 – 6 giving Parramatta three straight wins and a top seven position, while North Queensland are down to ninth.

NRL Round 10

NRL Round 10 Fixtures

Thursday May 11, 2017

Suncorp Stadium

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

  • Bulldogs (14) vs. (30) Cowboys (ANZ Stadium) @ 7:50pm

Friday May 12, 2017

  • Dragons (14) vs. (18) Sharks (UOW Jubilee Oval) @ 6:00pm
  • Tigers (8) vs. (28) Rabbitohs (ANZ Stadium) @ 7:50pm

Saturday May 13, 2017

  • Panthers (36) vs. (28) Warriors (Pepper Stadium) @ 3:00pm
  • Storm (36) vs. (38) Titans (Suncorp Stadium) @ 5:30pm
  • Sea Eagles (14) vs. (24) Broncos (Suncorp Stadium) @7:50pm

Sunday May 14, 2017

  • Knights (34) vs. (20) Raiders (McDonald Jones Stadium) @ 2:00pm
  • Roosters (48) vs. (10) Eels (Allianz Stadium) @ 4:00pm

NRL ROUND 10 Results Wrap-Up: There were a couple of shock NRL results from Round 10, including the JT-less Cowboys’ thrashing the Bulldogs 14 – 30 in the round opener on Thursday night. The Sharks are up into second on the NRL ladder after their four point win over the Dragons who have now lost three on the trot. The Bunnies were back in winning form in a big 28 – 8 victory over the woeful Tigers on Friday night, but the upset of the week was the Titans two point victory over the NRL Ladder-leading Storm in the first of the Suncorp Stadium double header games on Saturday. Brisbane then went on to easily account for Manly 14 – 24 in the other, the Broncos’ fifth consecutive win.

NRL Round 11

NRL Round 11 Fixtures

Thursday May 18, 2017

  • Sharks (18) vs. (14) Cowboys (Southern Cross Group Stadium) @ 7:50pm

Friday May 19, 2017

  • Warriors (14) vs. (30) Dragons (FMG Stadium, Waikato) @ 8:00pm
  • Broncos (36) vs. (0) Tigers (Suncorp Stadium) @ 7:50pm

Saturday May 20, 2017

  • Titans (10) vs. (30) Sea Eagles (CBus Super Stadium) @ 5:30pm
  • Eels (16) vs. (22) Raiders (ANZ Stadium) @ 7:50pm

Sunday May 21, 2017

  • Knights (20) vs. (30) Panthers (McDonald Jones Stadium) @ 2:00pm
  • Bulldogs (18) vs. (24) Roosters (ANZ Stadium) @ 4:00pm
  • Rabbitohs (6) vs. (14) Storm (NIB Stadium) @ 4:30pm

NRL ROUND 11 Results Wrap-Up: The final week before byes started with the reigning Premiers Cronulla posting a third win on the trot with a four point success over the Cowboys who looked the goods before falling down in the second half allowing 18 unanswered points. The Dragons enjoyed a surprise win over the Kiwis across the Tasman to end their recent drought on Friday night, before the Broncos surged to second on the NRL Ladder with a sixth straight win keeping the Tigers scoreless with their 36 – 0 win at Suncorp Stadium. The Sea Eagles brought an end to the recent string of wins by the Titans, with the other notable games being the Roosters keeping a Top 4 position after a victory over the Dogs and the Storm back to winning form with a 14 – 6 win on Sunday arvo over the Bunnies.

NRL Round 12

NRL Round 12 Fixtures

Friday May 26, 2017

  • Rabbitohs (16) vs. (22) Eels (ANZ Stadium) @ 7:50pm

Saturday May 27, 2017

  • Warriors (28) vs. (10) Broncos (Mt Smart Stadium) @ 7:30pm
  • Sharks (9) vs. (8) Bulldogs (Southern Cross Group Stadium) @ 7:30pm

Sunday May 28, 2017

  • Raiders (24) vs. (16) Roosters (GIO Stadium) @ 4:00pm

*First round of byes: Cowboys, Dragons, Knights, Panthers, Sea Eagles, Storm, Tigers, Titans

*2017 State of Origin Game 1: Suncorp Stadium, Wednesday May 31, 2017

NRL ROUND 12 Results Wrap-Up: As predicted the NRL Results from Round 12 of the Premiership were dominated by those teams least affected by State Of Origin. In the round opener the Michael Jennings-less Eels scored a surprise win over the Bunnies who failed to return to winning form. Saturday saw the Origin-depleted Broncos suffer a nasty loss to the Warriors over in New Zealand with their six straight winning streak coming to an end across the Tasman. The Sharks then held on narrowly to hold out a gallant Bulldogs outfit in a one-point thriller. Sunday’s clash at GIO Stadium went as expected, the Roosters struggling without the likes of Blake Ferguson and Mitchell Pearce going down 24 – 16 at the hands of the Raiders.

NRL Round 13

NRL Round 13 Fixtures

Friday June 2, 2017

  • Storm (40) vs. (12) Knights (AAMI Park) @ 6:00pm
  • Eels (32) vs. (24) Warriors (ANZ Stadium) @ 7:50pm

Saturday June 3, 2017

  • Dragons (16) vs. (12) Tigers (ANZ Stadium) @ 3:00pm
  • Roosters (18) vs. (16) Broncos (Allianz Stadium) @ 5:30pm
  • Cowboys (20) vs. (8) Titans (1300Smiles Stadium) @ 7:30pm

Sunday June 4, 2017

  • Sea Eagles (21) vs. (20) Raiders (Brookvale Oval) @ 2:00pm
  • Bulldogs (0) vs. (38) Panthers (ANZ Stadium) @ 4:00pm

*Second round of byes: Rabbitohs, Sharks

NRL ROUND 13 Results Wrap-Up: Round 13 kicked off with a dominant 40 – 12 victory by the ladder-leading Melbourne Storm who easily accounted for Wooden Spoon favourites the Knights in the Friday night footy results thanks to an inspired performance by Billy Slater who was the most notable omission from the Queensland State of Origin Game 1 team last week. There were plenty of close rugby league showdowns across the weekends, including the two point win by the Roosters over the Broncos whose loss was due to a missed conversion attempt; Sydney surpassing Brisbane on the NRL Ladder sneaking into the Top 4. The Cowboys meanwhile took out the Queensland Derby at home over the Titans. Sunday had the Sea Eagles just hang on for a one point win over the Raiders, before the Bulldogs put in their worst performance of the season in a 38 – nil thrashing at the hands of the Panthers who relished the return of Josh Mansour (ACL injury).

NRL Round 14

NRL Round 14 Fixtures

Thursday June 8, 2017

TIO Stadium - NRL

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

  • Sharks (13) vs. (18) Storm (Southern Cross Group Stadium) @ 7:50pm

Friday June 9, 2017

  • Sea Eagles (18) vs. (14) Knights (Brookvale Oval) @ 6:00pm
  • Broncos (24) vs. (18) Rabbitohs (Suncorp Stadium) @ 7:50pm

Saturday June 10, 2017

  • Titans  (12) vs. (34) Warriors (CBus Super Stadium) @ 3:00pm
  • Panthers (24) vs. (20) Raiders (Carrington Park) @ 5:30pm
  • Eels (6) vs. (32) Cowboys (TIO Stadium) @ 7:00pm

Sunday June 11, 2017

  • Tigers (18) vs. (40) Roosters (Campbelltown Stadium) @ 4:00pm

Monday June 12, 2017

  • Bulldogs (16) vs. (2) Dragons (ANZ Stadium) @ 4:00pm

NRL ROUND 14 Results Wrap-Up: Round 14 of the NRL Premiership in 2017 got underway with a blockbuster top-of-the-table clash, the second NRL Grand Final re-match from last season so far this year. The ladder-leading Storm held on to defeat the Sharks 18 – 13 in a thriller that didn’t disappoint. The Knights came much closer than expected in Friday night footy only going down to Manly by 4 points, while the Broncos were also made to work with the Bunnies bringing their A-game to Brisbane eventually going down 24 – 18. Other notable NRL Results from the weekend including the Cowboys’ easy 6 – 32 victory over the Eels on Saturday night and the Roosters’ 40 point smashing of the Tigers (18). The Dragons missed out on sneaking back into the Top 3 when going down to the Bulldogs on Monday night to see out the round.

NRL Round 15

NRL Round 15 Fixtures

Friday June 16, 2017

  • Rabbitohs (36) vs. (20) Titans (ANZ Stadium) @ 7:50pm

Saturday June 17, 2017

  • Storm (23) vs. (22) Cowboys (AAMI Park) @ 5:30pm
  • Sharks (24) vs. (22) Tigers (Southern Cross Group Stadium) @ 7:30pm

Sunday June 18, 2017

  • Eels (24) vs. (10) Dragons (ANZ Stadium) @ 4:00pm

*Third round of byes: Broncos, Bulldogs, Knights, Panthers, Raiders, Roosters, Sea Eagles, Warriors

NRL ROUND 15 Results Wrap-Up: In another split-round of the NRL Premiership 2017, the weekend saw a number of close rugby league results. In Friday night footy the Bunnies ran away to a 36 – 20 win over the Titans after posting a host of unanswered second-half tries. Saturday was a thriller decided by a single point, Melbourne retaining their top spot on the NRL Ladder in a 23 – 22 victory over the Cowboys, both teams depleted of their State Of Origin stars. There were also only two points in the other Saturday footy fixture, the Sharks just holding off the Tigers with Wests moving to the Wooden Spoon position after the loss. In the last match of the round it was the Eels who dominated the Dragons in an easy 24 – 10 victory on Sunday afternoon.

*2017 State Of Origin Game 2: NZ Stadium, Sydney, Wednesday June 21, 2017

NRL Round 16

NRL Round 16 Fixtures

Friday June 23, 2017

  • Warriors (21) vs. (14) Bulldogs (Mt Smart Stadium) @ 8:00pm
  • Tigers (14) vs. (26) Titans (Campbelltown Stadium) @ 7:50pm

Saturday June 24, 2017

  • Cowboys (14) vs. (12) Panthers (1300Smiles Stadium) @ 3:00pm
  • Raiders (20) vs. (30) Broncos (GIO Stadium) @ 5:30pm
  • Roosters (25) vs. (24) Storm (Adelaide Oval) @ 7:00pm

Sunday June 25, 2017

  • Dragons (32) vs. (28) Knights (UOW Jubilee Oval) @ 2:00pm
  • Sharks (18) vs. (35) Sea Eagles (Southern Cross Group Stadium) @ 4:00pm

*Fourth Round of Byes: Eels, Rabbitohs

*Features the Sydney Roosters playing in Adelaide for the first time on Saturday night

NRL ROUND 16 Results Wrap-Up: NRL Round 16 results saw all three Queensland NRL teams secure the two points including a brave effort from the JT-less Cowboys who had two points to spare over the Panthers up in North Queensland on Saturday afternoon. That followed the Friday night win by the Titans who easily accounted for the Tigers (26 – 14). Brisbane moved into third spot on the NRL Ladder with their 20 – 30 upset win over the Raiders in chilly Canberra, while the other Saturday night footy game was a top-of-the-table thriller where the Roosters secured a one point extra time win over the Storm thanks to a Mitchell Pearce field goal at Adelaide Oval. The other team to impress was Manly who thrashed the reigning NRL Premiers Cronulla 35 – 18 at Shark Park on Sunday afternoon moving the Sea Eagles into a Top 4 position with the NRL Finals looming.

NRL Round 17

NRL Round 17 Fixtures

Thursday June 29, 2017

  • Eels (13) vs. (12) Bulldogs (ANZ Stadium) @ 7:50pm

Friday June 30, 2017

  • Titans (20) vs. (10) Dragons (CBus Super Stadium) @ 6:00pm
  • Broncos (12) vs. (42) Storm (Suncorp Stadium) @ 7:50pm

Saturday July 1, 2017

  • Roosters (12) vs. (44) Sharks (Central Coast Stadium) @ 3:00pm
  • Sea Eagles (26) vs. (22) Warriors (NIB Stadium) @ 3:30pm
  • Raiders (18) vs.  (31) Cowboys (GIO Stadium) @ 7:30pm

Sunday July 2, 2017

  • Knights (12) vs. (33) Tigers (McDonald Jones Stadium) @ 2:00pm
  • Rabbitohs (42) vs. (14) Panthers (ANZ Stadium) @ 4:00pm

NRL ROUND 17 Results Wrap-Up: Round 17 of the NRL kicked off with a one-point ball game won by the Eels over the Doggies in Thursday night football at ANZ Stadium. The Gold Coast Titans scored an upset 10 point victory over the Dragons in the first on Friday night, before a nearly exact result from this game last season saw the Brisbane Broncos flogged 12 – 42 at Lang Park by the ladder-leading Storm. It was another runaway victory on Saturday afternoon on the Central Coast with the reigning NRL Premiers the Sharks destroying the Sydney Roosters 12 – 44. Manly continued their rise up the NRL Ladder moving into third spot with yet another win defeating the Warriors 26 – 22. The Cowboys also look well and truly in the hunt for their second Premiership despite the setback of losing JT for the season, recording a dominant 31 – 18 win over the Raiders in Canberra. The Tigers showed Newcastle they won’t be taking out the Wooden Spoon thrashing the Knights 12 – 33 on Sunday afternoon, before the Bunnies ended the round with a 42 – 14 win over Penrith thanks to five tries from star fullback Alex Johnston.

NRL Round 18

NRL Round 18 Fixtures

Friday July 7, 2017

  • Roosters (14) vs. (12) Rabbitohs (Allianz Stadium) @ 7:50pm

Saturday July 8, 2017

  • Panthers (16) vs. (8) Sea Eagles (Pepper Stadium) @ 5:30pm
  • Storm (6) vs. (22) Eels (AAMI Park) @ 7:30pm

Sunday July 9, 2017

  • Bulldogs (20) vs. (18) Knights (Belmore Stadium) @ 4:00pm

NRL ROUND 18 Results Wrap-Up: It was a four-match shortened NRL Round for week 18 and things kicked off with a Foundation Team thriller won in an upset by the Roosters. The Chooks were without a host of State Of Origin stars, but dug deep and held off the Bunnies for a two point win on Friday night. After the horror loss last week to Cronulla, the Tricolours took an 8 – nil lead to the sheds, before fighting off a second half resurgence by Souths securing a third position on the NRL Ladder. The winning streak of Manly came to an end on Saturday when the Sea Eagles travelled to Pepper Stadium and lost to the Panthers 16 – 8. Penrith kept their season alive with the gritty win, taking advantage over the poor discipline of the Sea Eagles who lost out in the penalty count 14 – 4. The ladder-leading Storm felt the loss of their star rep players on Origin duty suffering a heavy 6 – 22 loss to the Eels at home in Melbourne. It was Parra’s third win on the trot and they have now won five of their past six, moving into the Top 8 (seventh). The NRL footy action was rounded out at Belmore Stadium on Sunday arvo, the Bulldogs defeating the season’s worst Newcastle 20 – 18. It was a shock loss for the Knights who held a late 10 point lead, but the Doggies pulled off a miracle with two tries in the final five minutes sending Josh Reynolds – who played his last game at the venue for Canterbury – off a winner.

*Fifth round of byes: Broncos, Cowboys, Dragons, Raiders, Sharks, Tigers, Titans, Warrios

*2017 State Of Origin Game 3: Suncorp Stadium, Wednesday July 12, 2017

NRL Round 19

NRL Round 19 Fixtures

Friday July 14, 2017

  • Warriors (22) vs. (34) Panthers (Mt Smart Stadium) @ 8:00pm
  • Raiders (18) vs. (14) Dragons (GIO Stadium) @ 7:50pm

Saturday July 15, 2017

  • Knights (22) vs. (34) Broncos (McDonald Jones Stadium) @ 5:30pm
  • Titans (30) vs. (10) Sharks (CBus Super Stadium) @ 7:30pm

Sunday July 16, 2017

  • Sea Eagles (28) vs. (16) Tigers (Brookvale Oval) @ 2:00pm
  • Rabbitohs (10) vs. (23) Cowboys (Cairns Stadium) @ 4:00pm

NRL ROUND 19 Results Wrap-Up: The post-State Of Origin football played out in Round 19 of the NRL Telstra Premiership with the charge towards the September finals continuing for 12 teams that played. First-up the Panthers headed across the Tasman and scored a nice upset win over the Warriors in New  Zealand with Penrith now sitting just outside the Top 8. The other Friday night footy feature had the Green Machine hang on in Extra Time for a four point win over the Dragons. Saturday in Newcastle the Broncos came back from a 0 – 6 trail at half-time to blitz the cellar dwellers the Knights in a 34 – 22 victory that has Brisbane sitting equal on 26 competition points with three other teams that are fighting for positions 3  – 6 on the NRL Ladder. The Titans then best handled the muddy conditions at home on the Gold Coast later on Saturday night, upsetting the reigning premiers Cronulla in a 20 point win. Sunday afternoon Manly posted a 28 – 16 win over the Tigers to move up into third in the rugby league standings, before the Cowboys showed they could still win without Thurston keeping their finals dreams alive with a gutsy 23 – 10 ‘away’ win against the Bunnies in Cairns.

*Sixth round of byes: Bulldogs, Eels, Roosters, Storm

NRL Round 20

NRL Round 20 Fixtures

Thursday July 20, 2017

  • Broncos (42) vs. Bulldogs (12) (Suncorp Stadium) @ 7:50pm

Friday July 21, 2017

  • Roosters (28) vs. Knights (4) (Allianz Stadium) @ 6:00pm
  • Sharks (26) vs. Rabbitohs (12) (Southern Cross Group Stadium) @ 7:50pm

Saturday July 22, 2017

  • Panthers (24) vs. Titans (16) (Pepper Stadium) @ 3:00pm
  • Raiders (14) vs. Storm (20) (GIO Stadium) @ 5:30pm
  • Cowboys (24) vs. Warriors (12) (1300Smiles Stadium) @ 7:30pm

Sunday July 23, 2017

  • Dragons (52) vs. Sea Eagles (22) (WIN Stadium) @ 2:00pm
  • Tigers (16) vs. Eels (17) (ANZ Stadium) @ 4:00pm

NRL ROUND 20 Results Wrap-Up: The post-State Of Origin period is well and truly over and the NRL Telstra Premiership goes back to a full 8 week round. The Broncos were back in top form against a weak Bulldogs outfit to kick off round 20 on Thursday night. The Panthers and the Titans played out one of the better games of the weekend with the Penrith side along with Matt Moylan proving too good in the end. The Cowboys up in Townsville won a relatively tight game against the visiting NZ Warriors – keeping their top 4 hopes alive without playmaker Johnathan Thurston. The Eels won a 1 point thriller at ANZ Stadium whilst the Dragons to the contrary put on a tryfest 30-point thumping over the Manly Sea Eagles.

NRL Round 21

NRL Round 21 Fixtures

Thursday July 27, 2017

  • Panthers (16) vs. Bulldogs (8) (Pepper Stadium) @ 7:50pm

Friday July 28, 2017

  • Warriors (12) vs. Sharks (26) (Mt Smart Stadium) @ 6:00pm
  • Eels (28) vs. Broncos (14) (ANZ Stadium) @ 7:50pm

Saturday July 29, 2017

  • Knights (21) vs. Dragons (14) (McDonald Jones Stadium) @ 3:00pm
  • Rabbitohs vs. Raiders (32) (ANZ Stadium) @ 5:30pm
  • Roosters (22) vs. Cowboys (16) (Allianz Stadium) @ 7:30pm

Sunday July 30, 2017

  • Storm 40 vs. Sea Eagles (6) (AAMI Park) @ 2:00pm
  • Titans (4) vs. Tigers (26 (CBus Super Stadium) @ 4:00pm

NRL ROUND 21 Results Wrap-Up: Some key results from important match-ups took place as round 21 of the NRL regular season concluded. The Panthers hosted the ever-struggling Bulldogs in a contest that significantly lacked quality. Andrew McCulloch suffered season-ending knee injury against the Eels which has caused a huge blow for the Broncos going forward. The Knights recorded a rare home win against the Dragons in Newcastle whilst the Storm made a competition-wide statement with a 34 point drumming over Manly in Cam Smith’s 350th NRL appearance. The Titans put in a very effort against the Tigers in their final bid to play September football.

NRL Round 22

NRL Round 22 Fixtures

  • Bulldogs (4) vs. Eels (20) – ANZ Stadium
  • Dragons (24) vs. Rabbitohs (26) – Sydney Cricket Ground
  • Cowboys (8) vs. Storm (26) – 1300SMILES Stadium
  • Knights (26) vs. Warriors (10) – McDonald Jones Stadium
  • Titans (0) vs. Broncos (54) – Cbus Super Stadium
  • Sharks (12) vs Raiders (30) – Southern Cross Group Stadium
  • Sea Eagles (36) vs. Roosters (18) – Lottoland
  • Panthers (28) vs. Tigers (14) – Pepper Stadium

NRL Round 23

NRL Round 23 Fixtures

  • Rabbitohs (28) vs. Bulldogs (14) (ANZ Stadium)
  • Eels (10) vs. Knights (29) (ANZ Stadium)
  • Broncos (32) vs. Sharks (10) (Suncorp Stadium)
  • Dragons (42) vs. Titans (16) (UOW Jubilee Oval)
  • Storm (16) vs. Roosters (13) (AAMI Park)
  • Panthers (24) vs. Cowboys (16) (Pepper Stadium)
  • Warriors (16) vs. Raiders (32) (Mt Smart Stadium)
  • Tigers (30) vs. Sea Eagles (26) (Leichhardt Oval)

NRL Round 23 Wrap-Up – Plenty of tries were scored over the weekend that was round 23 of the NRL Telstra Premiership Season. The Dragons saw 42 points past the ever struggling Titans and the Broncos further semented their dominance over the defending premiers. The round’s feel good story is the team that keeps giving as the Knights recorded 3 wins on the bounce against the Eels on Friday night. One of the games of the season rounded off the Week 23 as the Tigers finished over the top of Manly in an epic 2nd half at Leichardt Oval.

NRL Round 24

NRL Round 24 Fixtures

  • Eels (30) vs. Titans (8) (ANZ Stadium)
  • Rabbitohs (36) vs. Warriors (18) (ANZ Stadium)
  • Broncos (24) vs. Dragons (12) (Suncorp Stadium)
  • Knights (12) vs. Storm (44) (McDonald Jones Stadium)
  • Roosters (22) vs. Tigers (18) (Allianz Stadium)
  • Cowboys (16) vs. Sharks (26) (1300Smiles Stadium)
  • Raiders (22) vs. Panthers (26) (GIO Stadium)
  • Bulldogs (30) vs. Sea Eagles (16) (ANZ Stadium)

NRL Round 24 Wrap-Up – The third last round of the year was marred by plenty of bad press around the Gold Coast Titans and the sacking of their coach Neil Henry. In between was a bunch of football played. Highlights included; The Rabbitohs continuing their in-vain run of strong performances in the back end of the season when they put 36 points on the Warriors. Friday Night also saw the Broncos continue their roll – winning 24 points to 12 over the St. George Dragons. A close call for 3rd placed Roosters when the Tigers gave them a major scare in the closing stages of their game. And a surprisingly strong win for the Bulldogs against struggling Manly rounded out week 24 on Sunday afternoon.

NRL Round 25

NRL Round 25 Fixtures

  • Broncos (34) vs. Eels (52) (Suncorp Stadium)
  • Raiders (46) vs. Knights (28) (GIO Stadium)
  • Tigers (14) vs. Cowboys (22) (Campbelltown Stadium)
  • Titans (14) vs. Bulldogs (26) (CBus Super Stadium)
  • Storm (64) vs. Rabbitohs (6) (AAMI Park)
  • Sharks (14) vs. Roosters 16 (Southern Cross Group Stadium)
  • Warriors (21) vs. Sea Eagles (22) (Mt Smart Stadium)
  • Panthers (14) vs. Dragons 16 (Pepper Stadium)

NRL Round 25 Review – The penultimate round of the competition had a massive amount of tries being scored all over the park; Melbourne, Canberra and Paramatta all put up scores of 46 points or more. The biggest win of the season was recorded with the Melbourne Storm obliterating Souths by a margin of 58 points. The Eels caused a major upset over an out-of-character Broncos side that turned in a lackluster home performance. The Dragons beating penrith has heated up the race for the last remaining spots inside the top 8 and it will be very right for teams in and around those positions on the ladder heading into the final round of the season.

NRL Round 26

NRL Round 26 Fixtures

  • Cowboys (10) vs. Broncos (20) (1300Smiles Stadium)
  • Eels (22) vs. Rabbitohs (16) (ANZ Stadium)
  • Roosters (20) vs. Titans (16) (Allianz Stadium)
  • Sea Eagles (28) vs. Panthers (12) (Brookvale Oval)
  • Storm (32) vs. Raiders (6) (AAMI Park)
  • Knights (18) vs. Sharks (26) (McDonald Jones Stadium)
  • Dragons (20) vs. Bulldogs (26)(ANZ Stadium)
  • Tigers (28) vs. Warriors (16) (Leichhardt Oval)

NRL Round 26 Review – The final round of the regular season has concluded and from March till now the cream has risen to the top. The top 8 was decided by a very small points margin and the Bulldogs did the Cowboys a big favour by beating a very disappointing Dragons side with it all to play for. The Gold Coast Titans almost pulled of an almighty upset that would have shaken up spots 2 and 3 on the ladder but the Roosters class finished over the top of them very late on. The 8 now move on to the business end of the season – the NRL Finals.