Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Flying High Up North

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Queensland is dominating the NRL rugby league with Gold Coast and Brisbane sitting on top of the NRL ladder after six rounds. The duo have been playing some great NRL rugby and look to be laying down the benchmark for the rest of the competition.

There were some interesting NRL results this last week with Newcastle defeating St George and Wests Tigers toppling Melbourne. The West Tigers are one of the few teams which has consistently troubled the Storm in recent times. Things can change very quickly in the NRL league – the Dragons were on fire but after having lost one match wouldn’t want to turn that losing streak into two.

The topsy-turvy year of Brett Stewart continues. With five tries in two matches on his return to the side, he is now out for three months with a knee injury. Manly face a difficult assignment this weekend away to the North Queensland Cowboys.

As do Parramatta who face the Broncos on Friday night. The Eels were hammered 48-18 by the Bulldogs and sit in a parlous second-last on the ladder.
The Roosters sit on two wins and would love to defeat St George in their traditional Anzac Day clash. The New Zealand Warriors return to Olympic Park for the first time since last year’s upset in the NRL finals. If they can win again, there will be serious doubts if the reign of the Storm is still on. They have been the dominant team for the last three years but this could be over.
Cronulla sit in last place on the NRL ladder and will want to win against South Sydney before their season spirals out of control.

With the ladder starting to take shape ,now is the time for teams to make their move.

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May 27, 2009 at 11:49 AM


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