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#RLWC2017 REVIEW | AUSTRALIA 46 v TOA SAMOA 0

Australia booked a semi final in Brisbane next Friday night, thrashing Samoa in the Darwin quarter final; Valentine Holmes scored five tries, the first player in RLWC history to do so. They will likely play New Zealand in the...

Parramatta Eels sign Tony Williams

The Parramatta Eels National Rugby League Club Pty Limited would today like to announce the signing of former Blue & Gold player Tony Williams on a one year contract until the end of the 2018 season. Williams made his NRL...

#RLWC2017 MATCH PREVIEW | New Zealand v Fiji

After cruising through the group stages Fiji play a New Zealand side still smarting from last weekend's historic loss to Tonga. This will be New Zealand and Fiji's first ever meeting; what better setting than a World Cup quarter...

Melbourne Storm to host Leeds Rhinos World Club Challenge fixture

NRL Premiers Melbourne Storm will host English Super League Premiers Leeds Rhinos in the World Club Challenge to determine the world’s best rugby league team – right here in Melbourne. The clash to be held on Friday 16 February at...

#RLWC2017 REVIEW | Australia 34 vs Lebanon 0

The final week of the pool matches had competition favourites Australia face an underrated Lebanon at Allianz Stadium. The Lebanon Cedars were beaten by an error-filled Kangaroos team 34-0. http://gty.im/872793076 AUSTRALIA’S SCRAPPY WIN Australia were able to finish their last pool...

Canterbury Bulldogs now are salary cap compliant for 2018

The Canterbury- Bankstown Bulldogs today announced the signing of Canberra Raiders lock Clay Priest, in a deal that sees current Bulldogs fullback Brad Abbey, move to the Raiders. This deal will make the Bulldogs Salary Cap compliant for next season. Priest,...

Canberra Raiders sign Brad Abbey

The Canberra Raiders have confirmed the signing of former Bulldogs Player Brad Abbey for the next two seasons. Abbey has joined the club for pre-season training and comes with a classy junior resume, including an appearance for the New Zealand...

Cronulla Sharks sign Matt Moylan

In putting an end to weeks of media speculation and behind the scenes negotiations, the Sharks can officially announce that Matt Moylan, a player with International and State of Origin experience, has joined the Club on a four-year deal...

Win-win for players and NRL under new deal

Rugby League Players Association CEO, Ian Prendergast, has welcomed the announcement of an historic collective bargaining agreement which will deliver the best deal to players in the game's history. Speaking alongside NRL CEO Todd Greenberg at Rugby League Central, the...

Cotric re-signs with the Raiders

The Canberra Raiders have re-signed local junior Nick Cotric for a further two seasons, with the NRL rookie of the year secured in Canberra until the end of the 2020 season. Cotric, who collected the Raiders the NRL and Raiders...

New Zealand Warriors re-sign Nathaniel Roache

Hooker Nathaniel Roache has been signed by the Vodafone Warriors for a further two years. The 21-year-old will now remain at Mount Smart Stadium until the end of the 2020 NRL season. Named the club’s 2016 Vodafone NRL rookie of the...

Sydney Roosters sign Cooper Cronk

The Sydney Roosters have today announced the signing of Cooper Cronk on a two-year deal for seasons 2018 and 2019. 33 year-old Cronk is a two-time Dally M Player of the Year medalist and has played 323 first grade games...

Ash Taylor extends his contract at Gold Coast Titans

In another major coup for the Aquis Gold Coast Titans, star half-back Ash Taylor, has today formally agreed to terms which will see him remain a Titan for a further three years from 2019 through until the end of...

Darius Boyd extends contracts with Brisbane Broncos

NRMA Insurance Broncos captain Darius Boyd has re-committed to the Club for another four seasons. The 30-year-old signed a new contract this morning that will keep him at Red Hill until at least the end of the 2021 season. The dynamic...

Saifitis extend Newcastle Knights contracts until 2020

The nib Newcastle Knights are pleased to announce Daniel and Jacob Saifiti have extended their contracts with the Club for an additional two years. The 21-year old twins, who both made their NRL debuts in Round 1 in 2016, were...
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