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Here?s what?s in store for this month?s feature stories in Rugby League Review:
Who has the best Junior Nursery in the comp?
Rugby League Review researched all the 375 players that are part of the 25-man squad for every one of the 25 NRL clubs, determining which club leads the way with the highest number of players from any Sydney Junior League playing in the elite competition.
Who is the most successful side in the NRL?
Rugby League Review assessed the winning performance ratio?s of all clubs since 1998 and can definitively answer the question of which club has been the most successful during that period of time.
Canberra duo have the longest memories
Jason Smith and Jason Croker are the longest serving players still running around in the 2006 NRL premiership.
Rugby League Review does a feature story on these two great veterans.
World Cup 2008
The road to the 2008 World Cup will commence later this month when Holland, Russia, Serbia and Georgia aim to win the European World Cup qualifying rounds.
The top two sides will advance to the next stage where they will meet Wales, Scotland, Ireland and Lebanon. Those matches will commence in October 2006. Rugby League Review looks at all four sides, how they have developed and what is in store for them.
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