Dragons forward Tariq Sims celebrates one of his two tries against the Sharks.

2016 Season Review: Round 23

NRL.com takes a look back at the season that's been, including our most viewed content on a week-to-week basis.

Gold Coast five-eighth Jarryd Hayne let Campbelltown Sports Stadium know that he was home when he kicked the match-winning field goal for the Titans against the Wests Tigers. The Broncos finally produced some good form to down the Eels, as did the Rabbitohs across the ditch – despite missing Adam Reynolds in the second half. A Tariq Sims double helped the Dragons to local derby bragging rights against the Sharks. The Raiders continued their giant killing run by beating the Storm while the Roosters rounded out the week of upsets by defeating reigning premiers North Queensland. It took 89 minutes to separate the Sea Eagles and Bulldogs but Josh Reynolds's try from a wild Sam Perrett kick did exactly that. 

Round 23 Results:

Bulldogs 20 defeated Sea Eagles 16 in golden point extra time 
Broncos 38 defeated Eels 16 
Titans 19 defeated Wests Tigers 18 
Rabbitohs 41 defeated Warriors 22 
Dragons 32 defeated Sharks 18 
Panthers 42 defeated Knights 6 
Roosters 22 defeated Cowboys 10 
Raiders 22 defeated Storm 8 

Top five stories:

1. NRL.com predicts the top eight by Staff Writers 

2. Hunt disappointed by Walters decision by Eden Richards 

3. Hayne field goal sinks Wests Tigers by Chris Kennedy 

4. The Hayne lesson all players should heed by Tony Webeck 

5. Dragons claim bragging rights in derby upset by Jack Brady 

Top three videos:

1. Wests Tigers v Titans highlights 

2. Dragons v Sharks highlights 

3. Broncos v Eels highlights 

NRL Telstra Premiership ladder after Round 23: 

Club

Played

Win

Draw

Loss

+/-

Points

1. Storm

21

17

0

4

+231

38

2. Sharks

21

16

1

4

+177

37

3. Raiders

21

14

1

6

+166

33

4. Bulldogs

21

14

0

7

+94

32

5. Cowboys

21

12

0

9

+177

28

6. Broncos

21

12

0

9

+90

28

7. Panthers

21

11

0

10

+39

26

8. Titans

21

10

1

10

+8

25

9. Warriors

21

10

0

11

-26

24

10. Tigers

21

10

0

11

-48

24

11. Dragons

21

9

0

12

-151

22

12. Manly

21

8

0

13

-45

20

13. Rabbitohs

21

6

0

15

-122

16

14. Eels

21

11

0

10

-50

14*

15. Roosters

21

5

0

16

-134

14

16. Knights

21

1

1

19

-451

7

* Parramatta stripped of 12 competition points following salary cap investigation