CRUNCH TIME IN NRL PREMIERSHIP RACE
by Graeme Kelly
With only two rounds remaining the Broncos, seventh, and Warriors, eighth, are still striving to ensure they retain their places in the NRL finals.
However, both sides are confronted with difficult assignments this weekend as the Broncos are facing the Roosters while the Warriors, with an ordinary home record, meet the Panthers.
Against that ninth-placed West Tigers looks set for victory against the Sea Eagles.
Wests Tigers def Manly-Warringah by 20pts @ Campbelltown Stadium
Penrith def New Zealand by 10pts @ Mt Smart Stadium
North Queensland def Parramatta by 24pts @ 1300SMILES Stadium
South Sydney def Canberra by 12pts @ GIO Stadium
Melbourne def Gold Coast by 18pts @ Cbus Super Stadium
Sydney def Brisbane by 14pts @ Allianz Stadium
Cronulla-Sutherland def Newcastle by 16pts @ Southern Cross Group Stadium
St George Illawarra def Canterbury-Bankstown by 20pts @ UOW Jubilee Oval