With a place in the NRL Grand Final up for grabs, the Melbourne Storm and Canberra Raiders faced off at Suncorp Stadium with Craig Bellamy and Ricky Stuart facing off once again in a preliminary final.
These two sides clashed last week, with Canberra Raiders overcoming the Cronulla Sharks 38-28, but both teams knew a win would their Grand Final hopes alive.
In a potential pre-cursor to the opening match in the finals, the Cronulla Sharks welcomed Canberra Raiders to Netstrata Jubilee Stadium to round off the regular season for both sides.
The Canberra Raiders were keen to keep the pressure on fourth-placed Parramatta, as they looked to pick up a win against the New Zealand Warriors at GIO Stadium.
With Cronulla Sharks set to play tomorrow, the St George Illawarra Dragons knew they had to beat the Canberra Raiders to keep their finals hopes alive.
Canberra Raiders and Sydney Roosters clashed in a rematch of the 2019 NRL Grand Final, but all eyes were on the return of Sonny Bill Williams to the competition after a six-year absence.
The Canterbury Bulldogs travelled to the fifth-placed Canberra Raiders, knowing that a win would move them off the bottom of the table, but the home side were also looking to move into the top four.
The top-four chasing Canberra Raiders travelled to the Gold Coast knowing they wouldn't want to get off to another slow start against a much-improved Titans side.
The 15th-placed Brisbane Broncos looked to put an end to a horrible week as they travelled to the nation's Capital to face a Canberra Raiders side fighting for a spot in the top-eight. Despite the absence of Anthony Seibold on the sideline plus Tevita Pangai Junior, Matt Lodge and Isaac Luke on the field, it... Continue Reading →