WHAT a ripper of a match we had on Wednesday night!
PANTHERS Executive General Manager Phil Gould has tonight announced that player Jamal Idris will be taking a break from rugby league, effective immediately.
PAUL'S back for another look at the weekend ahead. Check out his tips and see if yours will match up...
CANTERBURY-BANKSTOWN Bulldogs and NSW five-eighth Josh Reynolds will head to the NRL judiciary this evening, seeking a downgrade on a dangerous throw charge he received last night in Game 1 of the State of Origin series.
THE South Sydney Rabbitohs are delighted to announce the contract extension of South Sydney junior Jason Clark until the end of the 2016 season.
VODAFONE Warriors centre Jerome Ropati today announced he had decided to call time on his playing career ending an era in which he played across 12 NRL seasons and was a Rugby League World Cup winner with the Kiwis in 2008.
TONIGHT was the 100th State of Origin contest and it was a classic. New Souths Wales dug in with defensive resolve to deny Queensland in a 12-8 battle in front of a 52,111 engrossed fans at Suncorp Stadium.
ON 18 January 2014, the South Sydney Rabbitohs reported an alleged incident involving player Kirisome Auva'a to the NRL's Integrity Unit.
IN a new weekly feature for LeagueUnlimited, our Armchair Expert will run his lazy eye over the weekend that was.
YOUNG Tonumaipea has agreed to terms with Melbourne Storm for a further two years, becoming the second player to re-commit to the Club in consecutive days.
THIS week the guessing game surrounding James Tedesco's home in 2015 was finally settled, when he agreed to a three year deal at the Canberra Raiders.
THE teamlists and officials for Round 13 of the Intrust Super Cup - right here thanks to the QRL - visit www.qrl.com.au for extended news and previews from the ISC.
SUNCORP Stadium will be blacked out for 18 minutes prior to kick-off tomorrow night (Wednesday) as part of a spectacular pre-game celebration featuring 22 iconic Rugby League legends and some of the great moments of Origin.
NEW Zealand International Kevin Proctor has agreed to terms with Melbourne Storm for a further four years.