NRL 2011

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Round 14

Results

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View  Gold Coast Titans 28 (D. Mead, M. Minichiello, S. Prince, M. Srama, J. Tomane tries; S. Prince 4 goals) defeated St George Illawarra 14 (A. McKinnon 2, R. Tagive tries; B. Hornby goal) at WIN Jubilee Stadium.
Date: Fri, 10th June.   Kickoff: 7:45 PM.   Halftime: St George Illawarra 8-4.   Scrums: Gold Coast Titans 6-4.   Penalties: Gold Coast Titans 4-3.   Referees: Tony Archer, Alan Shortall.   Crowd: 10,139.
View  Manly Warringah 24 (B. Stewart 2, S. Matai, G. Rose tries; J. Lyon 4 goals) defeated North Queensland 4 (A. Graham try) at Brookvale Oval.
Date: Sat, 11th June.   Kickoff: 7:30 PM.   Halftime: Manly Warringah 12-0.   Scrums: North Queensland 6-5.   Penalties: North Queensland 8-5.   Referees: Jared Maxwell, Gerard Sutton.   Crowd: 8,452.
View  Brisbane 25 (G. Beale, D. Copley, A. Glenn, J. Hoffman tries; P. Wallace 4 goals; P. Wallace field goal) defeated Canberra 24 (J. Papalii 2, G. Buttriss, J. Croker tries; B. Ferguson 4 goals) at Suncorp Stadium.
Date: Sun, 12th June.   Kickoff: 2:00 PM.   Halftime: Brisbane 18-0.   Scrums: 6-all.   Penalties: Brisbane 6-3.   Referees: Jason Robinson, Brett Suttor.   Crowd: 21,378.
View  Wests Tigers 26 (B. Marshall 2, B. Ayshford, W. McKinnon, B. Ryan tries; B. Marshall 3 goals) defeated Warriors 22 (M. Vatuvei 2, K. Inu, S. Johnson, K. Locke tries; J. Maloney goal) at Mt Smart Stadium.
Date: Sun, 12th June.   Kickoff: 4:00 PM.   Halftime: Warriors 8-4.   Scrums: Warriors 9-5.   Penalties: 5-all.   Referees: Ashley Klein, Adam Devcich.   Crowd: 15,889.
View  Melbourne 21 (J. O'Neill 2, B. Champion tries; G. Widdop 4 goals; G. Widdop field goal) defeated Sydney 4 (J. Leilua Kelemete try) at AAMI Park.
Date: Mon, 13th June.   Kickoff: 7:00 PM.   Halftime: Melbourne 8-4.   Scrums: Melbourne 8-5.   Penalties: Melbourne 9-3.   Referees: Gavin Badger, Tony De Las Heras.   Crowd: 9,843.

 

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