NRL Snapshot: Round 22
All the key points, match reports, highlights and injury and suspension news to come out of the Telstra Premiership in Round 22.
Bulldogs v Eels
Parramatta made it six straight wins with a convincing 20-4 win over Canterbury at a sodden ANZ Stadium on Thursday night but face a nervous wait on a hamstring injury to fullback Bevan French.
Injuries: Bevan French (hamstring).
Judiciary: No charges.
Dragons v Rabbitohs
Adam Reynolds slotted a sideline conversion with just minutes remaining to cap a remarkable come-from-behind victory for the Rabbitohs, with the result putting a dent in the Dragons' finals aspirations.
Injuries: Josh Dugan (ankle).
Judiciary: Jake Marketo (dangerous contact - head/neck).
Cowboys v Storm
The Cowboys lost Gavin Cooper and Antonio Winterstein early on as the Storm ran out convinving winners at 1300SMILES Stadium on Friday night.
Injuries: Antonio Winterstein (hamstring), Gavin Cooper (calf).
Judiciary: Kane Linnett (dangerous contact - head/neck).
Knights v Warriors
The Newcastle Knights have recorded their fourth win of the 2017 NRL Telstra Premiership season with a win over the Warriors at McDonald Jones Stadium.
Injuries: Nathan Ross (back).
Judiciary: Chanel Mata'utia (tripping).
Titans v Broncos
Ben Hunt started on the bench but scored a hat-trick of tries as the Brisbane Broncos thrashed the Gold Coast Titans at Cbus Super Stadium.
Injuries: Ashley Taylor (knee).
Judiciary: Joe Ofahengaue (dangerous throw), James Roberts (contrary conduct).
Sharks v Raiders
The Canberra Raiders kept their slim NRL Telstra Premiership finals hopes alive with an impressive win over the Cronulla Sharks at Southern Cross Group Stadium.
Injuries: Jack Bird (shoulder).
Judiciary: Wade Graham (dangerous throw).
Sea Eagles v Roosters
The Sea Eagles have bounced back from a horror fortnight to claim a crucial 36-18 come-from-behind win over the high-flying Roosters on Sunday.
Injuries: Daniel Tupou (groin), Sio Siua Taukeiaho (broken finger), Matthew Wright (shoulder).
Judiciary: No charges.
Panthers v Wests Tigers
The Penrith Panthers have claimed a fifth straight victory, downing the Wests Tigers 28-14 in an error-riddled but entertaining clash on Sunday.
Injuries: No major injuries.
Judiciary: Matt McIlwrick (dangerous throw).