2013 was a disappointing year for the North Queensland side, as while they finished 8th and were eliminated under nefarious circumstances by the Cronulla Sharks in week one. The journey to that finals series was paved with inconsistency.
THE hype is there. With many thanks to the recently played Auckland Nines competition, the wheels are most certainly moving on the Warriors rollercoaster that will take their fans through a completely unpredicatable season.
YEAR number three of Wayne Bennett’s four-year plan at Newcastle promises to be perhaps his best chance at sending the red-and-blues to premiership glory.
HALFBACK Tyrone Roberts has re-signed for a further two years, keeping the 22-year old at the Newcastle Knights until season 2016.
THE Melbourne Storm is once again on the forefront of everyone’s mind when it comes to premiership contention and there are obviously three massive reasons as to why they have been so successful...
THE NRL pre-season concludes this weekend - check out the fixtures, teams, officials and check back for results for the last weekend of trial action.
2013 was the year that Manly got so close, yet so far. The club will be looking to 2014 with optimism that they can go one step further.
THE South Sydney Rabbitohs have released forward Sam Burgess from the final two years of his NRL contract, finishing up his time at the Rabbitohs at the conclusion of the 2014 season.
THE wait was over at the weekend, as the remaining twelve First Utility Super League clubs got their season underway.
SCANS taken in Auckland on Saturday have confirmed that North Queensland Toyota Cowboys fullback Lachlan Coote ruptured the anterior cruciate ligament
THE North Queensland have claimed the inaugural 2014 Dick Smith #NRL9s at Eden Park in Auckland! Check back on all the results from the weekend here.
BEING a Titans fan is very much akin to the childish rhyme “here I sit broken-hearted, paid a penny but only farted”...
IN 2013 the Sharks had assembled arguably the best pack in the comp coupled with improved backs and a halves combination that complimented each other well. The fact they made the finals was not at all a surprise.
WHAT a difference a year makes. Canterbury-Bankstown were flying high 12 months ago, enjoying a solid pre-season after having surged into the 2012 Grand Final on the back of Des Hasler's first season as head coach of the club.
WESTS Tigers are pleased to announce that exciting young prospects Manaia Cherrington and Delouise Hoeter