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Blake Austin makes a run against the Cowboys.

All the big results, injury and judiciary news from Round 18 of the NRL Telstra Premiership season.

Eels v Roosters

An early injury to winger Semi Radradra somewhat soured an otherwise brave and thrilling 22-18 comeback win by Parramatta over the Roosters at Pirtek Stadium.

Injuries: Semi Radradra (knee), Isaac de Gois (concussion)

Judiciary: No charges.

Match report: Eels steal stunning win but lose Radradra
Eels v Roosters: Five key points
Watch: Match highlights


Bulldogs v Wests Tigers

Despite showing plenty of promise Wests Tigers couldn't stop a Bulldogs side who have now won four in a row and are further pressing their claims for a top four finish in 2016.

Injuries: No major injuries.

Judiciary: No charges.

Match report: Bulldogs pounce late to tame Tigers
Bulldogs v Wests Tigers: Five key points
Watch: Match highlights


Panthers v Sharks

A Ben Barba-inspired Sharks side earned a 13th straight win despite being without five State of Origin stars, beating the Panthers 26-10 in Penrith on Sunday.

Injuries: No major injuries.

Judiciary: No charges.

Match report: Barba-inspired Sharks win again
Panthers v Sharks: Five key points

Watch: Match highlights


Raiders v Cowboys

Raiders fullback Jack Wighton proved the difference on the night with a try in each half as well as some bone-rattling defence at the back to guide the Green Machine to their third win in a row and within one point of the top four.  

Injuries: Paul Vaughan (head), Ben Hannant (shoulder)

Judiciary: Lachlan Coote (contact with match official), Kyle Feldt (shoulder charge)

Match report: Raiders beat depleted Cowboys
Raiders v Cowboys: Five key points
WATCH: Match highlights


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