THE Penrith Panthers have become the latest club to find themselves embroiled in an off-field controversy, with three players involved in an alleged assault over the weekend.
HE joined the club as Chief Executive in the midst of a controversy, and today he left as another continues to engulf the team he has supported for most of his life.
THE fallout from the Bulldogs sex scandal has begun, with the club?s football manager Garry Hughes shown the door last night.
CRONULLA Sharks second-rower Paul Gallen has been suspended for two weeks by the National Rugby League judiciary.
THE Melbourne Storm have received a welcome boost on the eve of their opening game of the 2004 NRL season, with coach Craig Bellamy re-signing for a further three seasons.
SOUTH Sydney has been rocked by news that star recruit Terry Hill has been forced out of the game due to a knee injury.
CANBERRA Raiders hooker Brad Drew is out of tonight?s round two opening clash with defending premiers Penrith.
SYDNEY Roosters hooker Craig Wing could be out for the rest of the season after suffering a leg injury during the club's sloppy win over South Sydney at Aussie Stadium last night.
AMOS Roberts is expected to play first grade for Penrith against the Canberra Raiders on Friday night after Brett Howland suffered a leg injury during the Panthers' 20-14 loss to Newcastle at the weekend.
BROKEN arm or not, New Zealand Warriors captain Monty Betham is unlikely to play football for at least the next five weeks.