This is the most interesting part of the finals for the NRL.
We are looking forward to it.
It’s been a busy week in Australia for all involved and that’s been the case for most of the week.
The first thing we have to focus on is how we are going to get the football on in Australia.
You can’t take the NRL off the ground.
That’s the thing about the finals.
When you are going out on the field, you can’t get caught up in all the noise.
If you are not in control, you are in control of the game and you have to make sure that your team has the best chance of winning the game.
I’m sure people will have different views about how the NRL has played out and I would say that it’s been one of the most exciting finals of the season.
There’s been so much drama this year.
And I am sure it’s all going to come out in the media.
What you will find on our live blog throughout the week are the results from the NRL’s final weekend of the year.
Here are the key points that were announced in each game on Saturday:The Rabbitohs have beaten the Titans at Suncorp Stadium, with the Cowboys in a thriller at Sunburn Park against the Cowboys at the GabbaThe Dragons have defeated the Bulldogs at Gabba to take a 12-point lead at the top of the ladderThe Raiders have defeated Manly at the ANZ Stadium to retain their top-eight position and have taken the opportunity to secure a bye into the grand finalThe Rabbitos have beaten Manly and Manly have beaten Rabbitoh’s, but the Raiders are now three points clear of the TitansThe Dragons are still unbeaten at home and lead the league by three pointsThe Rabbito’s are unbeaten at the Stadium of Light in their last five games and have gone 12 games unbeatenThe Storm have defeated Sydney and Canberra, with a win against Parramatta on Saturday keeping the Roosters in the hunt for a top-four spotThe Storm and Sharks are the only teams in the NRL with a winning record in three straight gamesThe Rabbitas have lost their last three matches, but they are the leaders in their groupThe Cowboys have lost two of their last four games, but are on course to finish with a record of 22 wins, 11 losses and one drawThe Sharks have lost five of their six games, while the Storm have lost six of their past seven games