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Penrith Holden Cup Champions!

Penrith Panthers Holden Cup team have etched their name into the history books with victory over New Zealand Warriors 42-30.  In doing so, they emulate almost ten years to the day the Panthers last successful NRL campaign. Two tries in the first seven…

Premiership Glory Awaits Manly

Premiership Glory Awaits Manly (via http://www.weloveleague.com) Manly Sea-Eagles History 1947 – entered the Premiership alongside Parramatta 1951 – First Grand Final appearance 1972 – twenty-five years in the NSWRL and Manly win their first Premiership 1973 – Manly go back...

Cook Islands Squad Announced

Cook Islands Squad Announced (via http://www.weloveleague.com) Recently the Cook Islands squad was announced. High profiled players include Zeb Taia, Gold Coast’s Brad Takairangi, New Zealand Warriors Dominique Peyroux and Penrith’s Isaac John. The full squad is: Tinirau Arona, Sam Brunton,...

Cooper Cronk named NRL’s best at awards night

Melbourne Storm’s Cooper Cronk has won the prestigious 2013 Dally M Award in being voted the best player in the National Rugby League. Cronk polled 28 votes, with Manly’s Daly Cherry-Evans tied in second spot alongside fellow Queenslander Johnathan…

NRL Grand Final Team Lists

Roosters v Sea Eagles – 6th October, 7:15pm, ANZ Stadium| #NRLGF Roosters: 1. Anthony Minichiello 2. Daniel Tupou 3. Michael Jennings 4. Shaun Kenny-Dowall 5. Roger Tuivasa-Sheck 6. James Maloney 7. Mitchell Pearce 8. Jared Waerea-Hargreaves …

Burgess brothers in England’s rugby league World Cup squad

Brothers Sam, George and Tom Burgess were all included in England's 24-man World Cup squad announced Tuesday. But there was no place for all four Burgess brothers, with former Leeds prop Luke missing out on selection by England coach Steve McNamara.…

Sea Eagles and Roosters suspension free

An early win in Grand Final week for both the Sydney Roosters and Manly Sea Eagles, with both teams suspension free. The NRL match review committee handed Glenn Stewart a grade one careless high tackle, but will escape any ban.  That was following…

Sandor Earl speaks for the first time about allegations

Sandor Earl speaks for the first time about allegations (via http://www.weloveleague.com) Four weeks to the day after the announcement of charges, Sandor Earl has told The Footy Show on Channel Nine his side of the story. Now rugby league fans...

NRL Finals Review: Manly 30 South Sydney 20

SCOREBOARD Manly Sea Eagles 30 (G Stewart, M Ballin, J Lyon, D Williams, T Symons tries; J Lyon 5 goals) defeated South Sydney Rabbitohs 20 (J Sutton, N Merritt, D Farrell tries; A Reynolds 4 goals) at Stadium Australia.  Attendance: 44,546. MANLY…

Cronulla not going anywhere.

This is not the first time the relocation of the Sharks has been talked about this year, let alone in the club’s history. The latest discussion was sparked by the publication of an article in Murdoch’s media that the club would be hit with fines…

NRL Finals Preview: South Sydney vs Manly

Friday September 27 2013 at ANZ Stadium. Kick-off 7:45pm The Teams South Sydney: 1 Greg Inglis 2 Nathan Merritt 3 Bryson Goodwin 4 Dylan Walker 5 Dylan Farrell 6 John Sutton 7 Adam Reynolds 8 Dave Tyrrell 9 Issac Luke 10 Luke Burgess 11 Sam Burgess…

NRL Finals Preview: Sydney City vs Newcastle

Saturday September 28 2013 at 7:45pm THE TEAMS Sydney City: 1 Anthony Minichiello 2 Daniel Tupou 3 Michael Jennings 4 Shaun Kenny-Dowall 5 Roger Tuivasa-Sheck 6 James Maloney 7 Mitchell Pearce 8 Jared Waerea-Hargreaves 9 Jake Friend 10 Sam Moa…

This week in NRL

I have a couple of issues to blog about, so expect this to cover a couple of issues. First of all – I am expecting some tremendous football this weekend. The four teams that remain in the Finals race have played some very exciting football in the…

NRL Finals: Manly 24 Cronulla 18

Cronulla’s 2013 season came to a bitter-sweet end last Friday night, as Manly ended the Sharks hopes of progressing into week three of the finals with a 24-18 win. The Sharks came into the match without pivotal five-eighth Todd Carney and finished…

NRL Finals: Melbourne 16 Newcastle 18

SCOREBOARD Newcastle Knights 18 (A Uate, C Houston, M Hilder tries; T Roberts 3 goals) defeated Melbourne Storm 16 (M Blair, S Waqa, J Bromwich tries; C Smith 2 goals) at AAMI Park. Attendance: 19,649 KNIGHTS DEFY THE ODDS Newcastle Knights have done…
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