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Gold Coast Titans

Guts and glory: Matt Moylan winces his way to the line for an unlikely try to the hobbled skipper.

Moylan plays on one leg to help Panthers edge Titans

A lame Matt Moylan played on one leg for almost an hour - even hobbling more than 30 metres to score a crucial intercept try - as Penrith limped to the edge of the top eight after seeing off an equally desperate Titans.

Blues stars injured as Titans pile on the agony for Dragons

GOLD COAST, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 30: Josh Dugan of the Dragons leaves the field injured during the round 17 NRL match ...

St George Illawarra sunk to their sixth loss in their past nine games, but it's NSW coach Laurie Daley who has the most to be concerned about, with Blues pair Tyson Frizell and Josh Dugan both injured in the Dragons 20-10 loss to the Titans on Friday.

House of Hayne: Jarryd jump starts Titans at Campbelltown ... again

Happy homecoming: Hayne starred at 'his house' once again.

Don't look now Tigers fans, but the Spoon Off awaits. That dreaded clash still two months from the end of the regular season where the winner has a better chance of avoiding the inanimate wooden utensil the butt of many a sporting joke. And they can thank Jarryd Hayne for that.

Wallace hungry for Origin after judiciary

Jarrod Wallace's hit on Blake Ayshford.

A sideline seat at State of Origin I and a judiciary reprieve for the second clash will make Jarrod Wallace as hungry as ever for Queensland success next Wednesday night.

Morgan stars as Cowboys ease to victory over Titans

Try machine: Coen Hess goes in to score.

Maroons utility Michael Morgan helped put the disappointment of a State of Origin opening loss behind him by guiding North Queensland to a much-needed 20-8 home NRL win on Saturday night over Gold Coast.

No more Mr Expendable as Peats takes centre stage

Time to shine: Nathan Peats  trains with Josh Dugan at the Blues' camp in Kingscliff

Nathan Peats has long been Mr Expendable. He left South Sydney because he couldn't find an opening with Issac Luke at the club, and was the only high profile player squeezed out of Parramatta because of the club's salary cap problems.