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The Brisbane Broncos are an Australian rugby league football club reigning from the city of Brisbane, the capital of the state of Queensland. Established in 1988, the Broncos play in Australasia's elite competition, the NRL (National Rugby League) premiership. They have won five premierships in the ARL-NRL Premiership.

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Brisbane Broncos' Anthony Milford out for six weeks with shoulder ... - Wide World of Sports

Brisbane playmaker Anthony Milford has avoided NRL season-ending shoulder surgery but will spend the next six weeks on the sidelines.

The five-eighth dislocated his left shoulder in Friday's win over South Sydney but scans indicated he does not require an operation at this stage.

"At this moment it is not a season-ending injury and he will be re-assessed when that (six-week) rehabilitation period is over," said Broncos high performance boss Jeremy Hickmans on Monday.

Milford's injury will rule him out for the remainder of the State of Origin series after he made his Queensland debut in the game one loss to NSW last month.

He was already expected to be replaced for next week's Origin II clash in Sydney clash, with Maroons great Johnathan Thurston set to return after recovering from a shoulder injury to star in North Queensland's NRL win over Parramatta on Saturday.

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Wendell Sailor wants Canberra Raiders to send message to NRL ... - The Canberra Times

It might come at the cost of his former team, but Wendell Sailor wants the Canberra Raiders to rediscover their killer instinct against the Brisbane Broncos and send a message to the rest of the NRL.

The Raiders have the bye this weekend, but return against the fifth-placed Broncos at Canberra Stadium Saturday week.

Wendell Sailor wants the Canberra Raiders to rediscover their "killer instinct". Wendell Sailor wants the Canberra Raiders to rediscover their "killer instinct". Photo: Angela Wylie

Sitting 10th on the ladder, the Green Machine have lost their last two games, but their next four are at home going into the second half of the season.

Sailor refused to write the Raiders off, but felt they'd lost their "killer instinct" this campaign.

He said they needed to rediscover their "mojo" and be more "clinical" in the run home to the finals.

They gave up an eight-point lead against Penrith at Bathurst last weekend, with the Panthers scoring two tries in the last...


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Schick Hydro Preview: Canberra Raiders v Brisbane Broncos
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With their team sitting one win outside the top eight, Canberra fans are waiting to see signs of the Raiders outfit that fell just short of a grand final berth in 2016 – but time is ticking on Ricky Stuart's men. 

After having lost six games by six points or less in 2017, it is a question of what could have been for Canberra who have the roster on paper to be a serious premiership threat. 

It is vital they start winning and there is no better opportunity than a match-up with the Brisbane Broncos during the State of Origin period. 

Often a period where Wayne Bennett's men struggle, Brisbane have managed to so far stay afloat, sitting in the top four after a gritty six-point win over the South Sydney Rabbitohs in their last start. 

But that came at a cost, with star five-eighth Anthony Milford...


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Canberra Raiders' Josh Papalii looks to use State of Origin ... - The Canberra Times

It was one of the greatest State of Origin wins of all time and now Queensland enforcer Josh Papalii wants to bring that momentum back to ignite the Canberra Raiders' season.

Fresh from a gruelling Origin 2, Papalii said the Green Machine's clash against Brisbane at Canberra Stadium on Saturday was massive because they were desperate for wins to keep their finals hopes alive.

Josh Papalii wants to use the momentum from Queensland's Origin win to kick-start the Green Machine. Josh Papalii wants to use the momentum from Queensland's Origin win to kick-start the Green Machine. Photo: Getty Images

In a big boost for the Raiders, Broncos captain and fullback Darius Boyd has been ruled out due to a broken thumb and will undergo surgery.

Papalii came off the bench and played through the middle in the Maroons' remarkable come-back victory over the NSW Blues.

It kept the Origin series alive with the decider at Suncorp Stadium in three weeks, which will also double as future Immortal...


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Brisbane Broncos coach Wayne Bennett sprays Blues for Origin collapse - Wide World of Sports

Former Queensland coach Wayne Bennett has torched NSW pair Jarryd Hayne and Wade Graham for two crucial moments in the Blues' State of Origin II collapse.

The Blues were leading 16-6 in the first half when Hayne found himself in a two-on-one with Maroons winger Dane Gagai but opted to run the ball himself and was herded into touch.

Bennett also sprayed NSW forward Wade Graham for his jumping out of the line and missing Josh McGuire that led to Dane Gagai's first try, and ignited Queensland's comeback.

"It always gets down to the little things. There was two or three little moments in the second half that proved the difference," Bennett said on Triple M's Marto, Ed and Robin program.

"When Graham shot out of the line instead of staying put - that second try doesn't happen."

The Brisbane mentor also lashed out at Hayne, admitting he wouldn't have even waited until the players moved...


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Hunt to bolster depleted Broncos - NRL.com - NRL.COM

Hunt to bolster depleted Broncos

Ben Hunt will be one of the Broncos' most experienced campaigners in Round 16. Copyright: NRL Photos.

Ben Hunt's inclusion into the Brisbane Broncos' 17 has taken a turn for the better, with the million-dollar half to bring much-needed experience to his depleted side following the news of fullback Darius Boyd's thumb injury. 

‌With Boyd out for at least four weeks because of a fractured thumb he suffered in the Queensland Maroons' two-point win over the New South Wales Blues on Wednesday night, Hunt (174 NRL games) becomes the second most capped Bronco in Wayne Bennett's backline for their clash with the Canberra Raiders. 

2017 recruit Benji Marshall (259 NRL games) is the only back with more experience, and rather than starting both together in the halves, Bennett has opted to have Hunt come off the bench to make an impact and it is a role he is well-accustomed to. 

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Canberra Raiders captain Jarrod Croker wary of Brisbane Broncos missing Darius Boyd, Anthony Milford - The Canberra Times

No Darius Boyd, no Anthony Milford - no Brisbane Broncos? No way.

Canberra Raiders captain Jarrod Croker says the fourth-placed Broncos still pose a serious threat despite missing their inspirational skipper and talented young five-eighth for the all-important clash at Canberra Stadium on Saturday.

Raiders captain Jarrod Croker is wary of a Brisbane side without Darius Boyd and Anthony Milford. Raiders captain Jarrod Croker is wary of a Brisbane side without Darius Boyd and Anthony Milford. Photo: Getty Images

Broncos coach Wayne Bennett was forced to reshuffle his line-up as the fallout from Wednesday's epic State of Origin clash continued, with round-four-hero Jordan Kahu set to switch to fullback to cover for Boyd (thumb) and David Mead to come onto the right wing.

Bennett named Benji Marshall and Kodi Nikorima in the halves, with Ben Hunt to start on the bench.

But Croker said, even without a couple of their stars, Brisbane would still be a tough task in the Canberra...


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NRL: Ben Hunt-inspired Brisbane Broncos hand Canberra Raiders third straight loss - The Sydney Morning Herald

While he backed the Canberra Raiders' talent, Brisbane Broncos supercoach Wayne Bennett says they're walking a fine line and something needs to click before their season runs out.

Broncos' Joe Ofahengaue hits the posts on the way to scoring a try against the Raiders. Broncos' Joe Ofahengaue hits the posts on the way to scoring a try against the Raiders. Photo: Sitthixay Ditthavong

The Raiders' finals hopes are on the line after losing their third straight game, going down to the Broncos 30-20 at Canberra Stadium on Saturday.

They're now languishing in 11th after the Broncos' second-half fightback got them the double over the Raiders in 2017.

The Broncos can largely thank departing half Ben Hunt and Queensland second-rower Matt Gillett for the win, with the former coming off the bench when Kodi Nikorima was hooked in the 34th minute and the latter scoring a brace while backing up from State of Origin.

Bennett, who's won seven premierships, said he knows the Raiders'...


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Wayne Bennett admits the Broncos will never sign Greg Inglis - Courier Mail

BRISBANE coach Wayne Bennett has broken his silence on Greg Inglis, insisting the South Sydney superstar will not finish his decorated NRL career at the Broncos.

As the Broncos prepare to face Inglis’ Rabbitohs side at Suncorp Stadium, Bennett said he has no interest in signing the Maroons ace — and couldn’t afford him under the salary cap anyway.

Inglis has been linked with a return to the Broncos three times, most recently just last week following revelations he had checked into a mental health facility in his battle with depression.

DUMPED: $6m man Hunt in reserve grade

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GI returns to the Rabbitohs after some time away from the game. (Ryan Pierse/Getty Images)

Inglis’ partner Sally recently visited family in Queensland and with the pair owning a home in Brisbane, it sparked fresh speculation the 30-year-old wanted a new start at the...


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Read more: Wayne Bennett admits the Broncos will never sign Greg Inglis - Courier Mail

Brisbane Broncos' Anthony Milford out for six weeks with shoulder ... - Wide World of Sports

Brisbane playmaker Anthony Milford has avoided NRL season-ending shoulder surgery but will spend the next six weeks on the sidelines.

The five-eighth dislocated his left shoulder in Friday's win over South Sydney but scans indicated he does not require an operation at this stage.

"At this moment it is not a season-ending injury and he will be re-assessed when that (six-week) rehabilitation period is over," said Broncos high performance boss Jeremy Hickmans on Monday.

Milford's injury will rule him out for the remainder of the State of Origin series after he made his Queensland debut in the game one loss to NSW last month.

He was already expected to be replaced for next week's Origin II clash in Sydney clash, with Maroons great Johnathan Thurston set to return after recovering from a shoulder injury to star in North Queensland's NRL win over Parramatta on Saturday.

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Wendell Sailor wants Canberra Raiders to send message to NRL ... - The Canberra Times

It might come at the cost of his former team, but Wendell Sailor wants the Canberra Raiders to rediscover their killer instinct against the Brisbane Broncos and send a message to the rest of the NRL.

The Raiders have the bye this weekend, but return against the fifth-placed Broncos at Canberra Stadium Saturday week.

Wendell Sailor wants the Canberra Raiders to rediscover their "killer instinct". Wendell Sailor wants the Canberra Raiders to rediscover their "killer instinct". Photo: Angela Wylie

Sitting 10th on the ladder, the Green Machine have lost their last two games, but their next four are at home going into the second half of the season.

Sailor refused to write the Raiders off, but felt they'd lost their "killer instinct" this campaign.

He said they needed to rediscover their "mojo" and be more "clinical" in the run home to the finals.

They gave up an eight-point lead against Penrith at Bathurst last weekend, with the Panthers scoring two tries in the last...


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Read more: Wendell Sailor wants Canberra Raiders to send message to NRL ... - The Canberra Times

Raiders v Broncos: Schick Preview - NRL.com - NRL.COM

Schick Hydro Preview: Canberra Raiders v Brisbane Broncos
GIO Stadium
Saturday, 5:30pm

With their team sitting one win outside the top eight, Canberra fans are waiting to see signs of the Raiders outfit that fell just short of a grand final berth in 2016 – but time is ticking on Ricky Stuart's men. 

After having lost six games by six points or less in 2017, it is a question of what could have been for Canberra who have the roster on paper to be a serious premiership threat. 

It is vital they start winning and there is no better opportunity than a match-up with the Brisbane Broncos during the State of Origin period. 

Often a period where Wayne Bennett's men struggle, Brisbane have managed to so far stay afloat, sitting in the top four after a gritty six-point win over the South Sydney Rabbitohs in their last start. 

But that came at a cost, with star five-eighth Anthony Milford...


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Canberra Raiders prop Shannon Boyd returns for crucial clash ... - The Canberra Times

 Cometh the hour, cometh the man.

The Canberra Raiders have received a huge boost ahead a crucial clash against the Brisbane Broncos with Kangaroos prop Shannon Boyd set to return at Canberra Stadium on Saturday.

Canberra Raiders big man Shannon Boyd returns for crucial Brisbane Broncos clash on Saturday. Canberra Raiders big man Shannon Boyd returns for crucial Brisbane Broncos clash on Saturday.  Photo: Getty Images

The 10th placed Raiders are desperate to snap a two-game losing streak and put their capitulation against the Penrith Panthers behind them as the Green Machine eye a return to the top eight.

Boyd has been an integral part of the Raiders forward pack this season and damaged his medial ligament against Manly in round 13 but only missed one game thanks to the bye.

Raiders utility Kurt Bapsiste made his own return from a pre-season achilles injury against Penrith and backed Boyd to fire on all cylinders against the Broncos.

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Read more: Canberra Raiders prop Shannon Boyd returns for crucial clash ... - The Canberra Times

Canberra Raiders' Josh Papalii looks to use State of Origin ... - The Canberra Times

It was one of the greatest State of Origin wins of all time and now Queensland enforcer Josh Papalii wants to bring that momentum back to ignite the Canberra Raiders' season.

Fresh from a gruelling Origin 2, Papalii said the Green Machine's clash against Brisbane at Canberra Stadium on Saturday was massive because they were desperate for wins to keep their finals hopes alive.

Josh Papalii wants to use the momentum from Queensland's Origin win to kick-start the Green Machine. Josh Papalii wants to use the momentum from Queensland's Origin win to kick-start the Green Machine. Photo: Getty Images

In a big boost for the Raiders, Broncos captain and fullback Darius Boyd has been ruled out due to a broken thumb and will undergo surgery.

Papalii came off the bench and played through the middle in the Maroons' remarkable come-back victory over the NSW Blues.

It kept the Origin series alive with the decider at Suncorp Stadium in three weeks, which will also double as future Immortal...


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Read more: Canberra Raiders' Josh Papalii looks to use State of Origin ... - The Canberra Times

Broncos seven heaven for Kodi Nikorima as Wayne Bennett puts faith in young gun - Courier Mail

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KODI Nikorima heard Wayne Bennett’s comments. How could he not?

In axing long-term halfback Ben Hunt to the Intrust Super Cup last week, Bennett declared Nikorima would be Brisbane’s No. 7 next year.

It was a bold declaration by Bennett but Nikorima earned it. In his six games starting at halfback this season the Broncos are unbeaten.

Bennett, a seven-time premiership coach, knows better than anyone how to motivate his players.

Nikorima, 23, was no longer just a fill-in waiting for Hunt to return from a hamstring injury. He is now Brisbane’s main man and with that comes another level of pressure.

“I heard that,” Nikorima said when asked if Bennett’s words got back to him.

“In a way yes (it was a confidence boost), but it’s up to Wayne going forward.

“I’m not really too fazed on what’s to come. I’m just thinking about what we’re doing now.”

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Read more: Broncos seven heaven for Kodi Nikorima as Wayne Bennett puts faith in young gun - Courier Mail

Brisbane Broncos coach Wayne Bennett sprays Blues for Origin collapse - Wide World of Sports

Former Queensland coach Wayne Bennett has torched NSW pair Jarryd Hayne and Wade Graham for two crucial moments in the Blues' State of Origin II collapse.

The Blues were leading 16-6 in the first half when Hayne found himself in a two-on-one with Maroons winger Dane Gagai but opted to run the ball himself and was herded into touch.

Bennett also sprayed NSW forward Wade Graham for his jumping out of the line and missing Josh McGuire that led to Dane Gagai's first try, and ignited Queensland's comeback.

"It always gets down to the little things. There was two or three little moments in the second half that proved the difference," Bennett said on Triple M's Marto, Ed and Robin program.

"When Graham shot out of the line instead of staying put - that second try doesn't happen."

The Brisbane mentor also lashed out at Hayne, admitting he wouldn't have even waited until the players moved...


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Hunt to bolster depleted Broncos - NRL.COM

Hunt to bolster depleted Broncos

Ben Hunt will be one of the Broncos' most experienced campaigners in Round 16. Copyright: NRL Photos.

Ben Hunt's inclusion into the Brisbane Broncos' 17 has taken a turn for the better, with the million-dollar half to bring much-needed experience to his depleted side following the news of fullback Darius Boyd's thumb injury. 

‌With Boyd out for at least four weeks because of a fractured thumb he suffered in the Queensland Maroons' two-point win over the New South Wales Blues on Wednesday night, Hunt (174 NRL games) becomes the second most capped Bronco in Wayne Bennett's backline for their clash with the Canberra Raiders. 

2017 recruit Benji Marshall (259 NRL games) is the only back with more experience, and rather than starting both together in the halves, Bennett has opted to have Hunt come off the bench to make an impact and it is a role he is well-accustomed to. 

Hunt played...


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Canberra Raiders 'stew' for two weeks leading into Brisbane Broncos - The Canberra Times

The Canberra Raiders have spent two weeks stewing in their own juices, but five-eighth Blake Austin wants the Green Machine to release some pressure against the Brisbane Broncos at Canberra Stadium on Saturday.

Austin felt the Raiders had been frustrated with the way they played recently and put it down to "trying too hard".

Blake Austin says the Raiders are looking to "release the pressure gauge" against the Broncos. Blake Austin says the Raiders are looking to "release the pressure gauge" against the Broncos. Photo: Getty Images

He said that frustration wasn't a result of their six-eight win-loss record, but more due to the internal expectations they had on themselves.

While the players had four-days off last week to reset, they've also had to "stew" on their last-gasp loss to Penrith two weeks ago.

But the flamboyant five-eighth was confident the Raiders could turn things around, starting with fourth-placed Brisbane.

"There's been a focus on releasing the pressure gauge a...


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Read more: Canberra Raiders 'stew' for two weeks leading into Brisbane Broncos - The Canberra Times

Wayne Bennett admits the Broncos will never sign Greg Inglis - Courier Mail

BRISBANE coach Wayne Bennett has broken his silence on Greg Inglis, insisting the South Sydney superstar will not finish his decorated NRL career at the Broncos.

As the Broncos prepare to face Inglis’ Rabbitohs side at Suncorp Stadium, Bennett said he has no interest in signing the Maroons ace — and couldn’t afford him under the salary cap anyway.

Inglis has been linked with a return to the Broncos three times, most recently just last week following revelations he had checked into a mental health facility in his battle with depression.

DUMPED: $6m man Hunt in reserve grade

LATE MAIL: All the team news for Round 14

GI returns to the Rabbitohs after some time away from the game. (Ryan Pierse/Getty Images)

Inglis’ partner Sally recently visited family in Queensland and with the pair owning a home in Brisbane, it sparked fresh speculation the 30-year-old wanted a new start at the...


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Read more: Wayne Bennett admits the Broncos will never sign Greg Inglis - Courier Mail

Wendell Sailor wants Canberra Raiders to send message to NRL ... - The Canberra Times

It might come at the cost of his former team, but Wendell Sailor wants the Canberra Raiders to rediscover their killer instinct against the Brisbane Broncos and send a message to the rest of the NRL.

The Raiders have the bye this weekend, but return against the fifth-placed Broncos at Canberra Stadium Saturday week.

Wendell Sailor wants the Canberra Raiders to rediscover their "killer instinct". Wendell Sailor wants the Canberra Raiders to rediscover their "killer instinct". Photo: Angela Wylie

Sitting 10th on the ladder, the Green Machine have lost their last two games, but their next four are at home going into the second half of the season.

Sailor refused to write the Raiders off, but felt they'd lost their "killer instinct" this campaign.

He said they needed to rediscover their "mojo" and be more "clinical" in the run home to the finals.

They gave up an eight-point lead against Penrith at Bathurst last weekend, with the Panthers scoring two tries in the last...


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Read more: Wendell Sailor wants Canberra Raiders to send message to NRL ... - The Canberra Times



Round 15
Home Score Away When Venue Crowd
Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 30 - 20 Wests Tigers colours.svg Wests Tigers 19 June 2015, 7:45pm Brookvale Oval (Nine Network) 8,093
Canberra colours.svg Canberra Raiders 20 - 21 North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland Cowboys 20 June 2015, 3:00pm GIO Stadium (Fox Sports) 10,170
Gold Coast Titans colours.svg Gold Coast Titans 14 - 36 New Zealand colours.svg New Zealand Warriors 20 June 2015, 5:30pm Cbus Super Stadium (Fox Sports) 14,132
Canterbury colours.svg Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 24 - 12 Panthers colours.svg Penrith Panthers 20 June 2015, 7:30pm ANZ Stadium (Fox Sports) 12,476
Newcastle colours.svg Newcastle Knights 28 - 30 Cronulla colours.svg Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 21 June 2015, 2:00pm Hunter Stadium (Fox Sports) 14,081
Melbourne colours.svg Melbourne Storm 12 - 14 Brisbane colours.svg Brisbane Broncos 21 June 2015, 4:00pm AAMI Park (Nine Network) 14,278
St. George colours.svg St. George Illawarra Dragons 14 - 19 Eastern Suburbs colours.svgSydney Roosters 22 June 2015, 7:00pm Allianz Stadium (Fox Sports) 10,185
BYE:

Round 16
Home Score Away When Venue Crowd
South Sydney colours.svg South Sydney Rabbitohs 20 - 8 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 26 June 2015, 7:35pm ANZ Stadium (Nine Network) 14,236
Brisbane colours.svg Brisbane Broncos 44 - 22 Newcastle colours.svg Newcastle Knights 26 June 2015, 7:35pm Suncorp Stadium (Nine Network) 27,246
New Zealand colours.svg New Zealand Warriors 30 - 8 Canberra colours.svg Canberra Raiders 27 June 2015, 5:00pm Mt Smart Stadium (Fox Sports) 13,110
North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland Cowboys 18-24 Cronulla colours.svg Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 27 June 2015, 5:30pm 1300SMILES Stadium (Fox Sports) 18,826
Parramatta colours.svg Parramatta Eels 16-12 St. George colours.svg St. George Illawarra Dragons 27 June 2015, 7:30pm Pirtek Stadium (Fox Sports) 15,046
Eastern Suburbs colours.svgSydney Roosters 20 - 10 Gold Coast Titans colours.svg Gold Coast Titans 28 June 2015, 2:00pm Bluetongue Stadium (Fox Sports) 12,569
Wests Tigers colours.svg Wests Tigers 12 - 35 Panthers colours.svg Penrith Panthers 28 June 2015, 4:00pm Leichhardt Oval (Nine Network) 14,234
Canterbury colours.svg Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 20 - 4 Melbourne colours.svg Melbourne Storm 29 June 2015, 7:00pm Belmore Sportsground (Fox Sports) 16,764

 

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8 Gold Coast Titans colours.svg Gold Coast Titans 24 11 1 12
9 Wests Tigers colours.svg Wests Tigers 24 11 0 13
10 New Zealand colours.svg New Zealand Warriors 24 10 0 14
11 St. George colours.svg St. George Illawarra Dragons 24 10 0 14
12 South Sydney colours.svg South Sydney Rabbitohs 24 9 0 15
13 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 24 8 0 16
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