OVER the next four days, LeagueUnlimited previews the 2012 National Youth Competition - Toyota Cup. Today it's Brisbane, Canberra, Canterbury and Cronulla.
TODAY we take a look at all the big movements from club-to-club during the off-season.
THE Wests Tigers for the past few seasons have had the cattle to be premiership favourites, but have somehow found a way to butcher their prospects mid-season and have had to rely on a strong run to the finals to get themselves back in the hunt.
THE Sharks have been quite consistent over the last three seasons, but it's the sort of consistency that they will be looking to put an end to in an epic manner in 2012.
WITH the tragedy of 2010 firmly in their minds, the Storm looked set to right a lot of wrongs in their view, in 2011...
AFTER 2010, where the Tigers returned to finals football for the first time since their maiden premiership in 2005, the Tigers were one of the strong contenders for the title in 2011 for many pundits...
TODAY saw the passing of one of Rugby League's
CRONULLA set about achieving just one thing in 2011, rebuilding. They improved the team on-field and off-field as well as focussing on the future.
IN 1907, a small group of eight men became the founding fathers of Australia's Rugby League referee's. The man leading them into this exciting new future was Edward James
WESTS' mix of youth and experience coupled with test players will see them prove that they truly are one of the strongest teams in the competition.