THE seventh edition of the CRL's Bush Telegraph for 2014 includes information on the annual Shellharbour Charity Shield Match, a Newcastle-USA partnership, the West Wyalong Knockout Draw, and an update on the schedule of the Blues' Hogs for Homeless tour.
IT is the hope that will kill you in rugby league and hope is the currency which most Dragons fans have been trading in the last few years under Steve Price.
NRL members and fans will enjoy train travel as part of their tickets to all Telstra Premiership games at ANZ Stadium in 2014.
THE iSelect Titans exciting winger Kevin Gordon has committed himself to the club for a further three seasons on the eve of the 2014 NRL campaign.
THE latest issue of Rugby League Review is out now... packed full of all things Rugby League including previews of the 2014 NRL season as well as previews on the NSW Cup and Qld Cup...
EACH week we bring you full teamlists from the Intrust Super Cup, with thanks to the Queensland Rugby League!
2014 is shaping as a pivotal year in Penrith Panthers history. Since 2011 there has been tremendous change at the foot of the mountains through Gus Gould’s well publicised and overly criticised “Five Year Plan”.
NRL fans wondered how Parramatta could get any worse after plummeting to 16th place in 2012. The 2013 Eels answered that question by winning fewer games, scoring fewer points, and conceding more...
ROUND 2 of the First Utility Super League saw three teams keep up their 100% record.
THE sixth edition of the CRL's Bush Telegraph for 2014 includes information on Country v City tickets, the Greater Northern RL Academy program, Saturday's Tamworth trial and the Blues' Hogs for Homeless tour.
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...