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NRL Week 3 Finals Squads

All team news courtesy of FoxSports STORM V BRONCOS Friday, September 22, 7.55pm, AAMI Park Storm team: 1. Billy Slater 2. Suliasi Vunivalu 3. William Chambers 4. Curtis Scott 5. Josh Addo-Carr 6. Cameron Munster 7. Cooper Cronk 8. Jesse Bromwich 9. Cameron...

PREVIEW: Salford Red Devils v St Helens

PREVIEW: Salford Red Devils v St Helens. The sides meet for this weeks’ Thursday Night game. Both teams come into Round 7 with similar peaks in form, sitting next to each other in the League table and with similar attacking...

Semi-Final Preview: Parramatta Eels vs North Queensland Cowboys

Two of the big surprisers meet for a Preliminary Final spot as the Parramatta Eels host the North Queensland Cowboys on Saturday at ANZ Stadium. http://gty.im/694430422 LAST TIME OUT Very few gave Parramatta a chance last week in Melbourne; although they didn’t...

Week 3 NRL Finals: who, where, when

Week 2 saw western Sydney sides Penrith Panthers and Parramatta Eels bow out, leaving Melbourne Storm, Sydney Roosters, Brisbane Broncos and North Queensland Cowboys as the teams left battling for this year's premiership. Week 3 will see games played at...

OFFICIAL STATEMENT | Des Hasler to leave the Bulldogs

The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have agreed to part company with Head Coach Des Hasler effective immediately. The club informed Hasler that they felt that it was in the best interests of both parties if the club moved forward under the direction...

Jeremy Latimore signs with Red V

Wed 20th September, 10:01AM St George Illawarra have announced that front-rower Jeremy Latimore will return to the Dragons on a one-year deal. Latimore spent the 2012 Telstra Premiership season at the club, and will return to the Dragons until at least...

Melbourne v Newcastle – Preview

On Monday night at AAMI Park, Melbourne Storm will take on the Newcastle Knights, the same team that unexpectedly knocked them out of last year’s finals series. While the Storm have started the season with two dramatic one-point victories over...

Four Pointers: Finals Week One – Penrith Panthers 22 Manly Sea Eagles 10

The Penrith Panthers overcame a week of turmoil to defeat the Manly Sea Eagles 22-10 at Allianz Stadium on Saturday night. The game was a rematch of the round 26 clash, where Manly ran out convincing winners at Lottoland....

Top 10 Most Hated Players in the NRL

Fans are always going to have players that they either love or hate and this changes from person to person. Some players, however, are more widely hated than others. Maybe they are just misunderstood, maybe they have just been...

NRL and Super League ladder – 20th August 2013

NRL and Super League ladder – 20th August 2013 (via http://www.weloveleague.com) National Rugby League Pts Diff Roosters 38 +321 Rabbitohs 36 +194 Storm 33 +175 Sea Eagles 31 +200 Bulldogs 28 +59 Sharks 28 -9 Knights 25 +70 Titans 24...

NRL match review: Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 0 Manly- Warringah Sea Eagles 26

Scoreboard Cronulla Sharks 0 Manly Sea Eagles 26 (T Symonds 2, J Horo, S Matai, J Lyon tries; J Lyon 3 conversions) Match Review The Cronulla Sharks have an unwanted piece of history after becoming the first NRL club to be kept to nil...

New interim coach to Cronulla Sharks?

Paul Gallen has told Cronulla officials it isn't too late to hire an interim coach for the rest of 2014 to replace a reluctant Peter Sharp. Sharp, assistant coach at the club, was handed the reigns of the Shire outfit...

NRL Week 2 Finals Squads

All team news courtesy of FoxSports BRONCOS V PANTHERS Friday, September 15, 7.55pm, Suncorp Stadium Broncos team: 1. Kodi Nikorima 2. Corey Oates 3. James Roberts 4. Tautau Moga 5. Jordan Kahu 6. Anthony Milford 7. Benji Marshall 8. Sam Thaiday 9. Ben...

FOUR POINTERS: North Queensland Cowboys 15 Cronulla Sharks 14

The North Queensland Cowboys made another famous finals comeback to beat last year’s premiers Cronulla in a thrilling extra time match, winning 15-14 at Allianz Stadium and progressing to the second week of the finals. http://gty.im/845163568 EXTRA TIME MADNESS The last game...

Team of the Year – 2017

1 Billy Slater (Melbourne Storm) Contenders: Tom Trbojevic, Clint Gutherson.  Billy Slater made his much anticipated return to Rugby League after an injury plagued 24 months and the 34-year-old didn't miss a beat. The dynamo finished the regular season with...
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