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THE Newcastle Knights went into season 2011 full of confidence that the dramas that surrounded the club over the previous 12 months would become no more than fish and chip paper.
AS far as modern rugby league history goes, 2011 was a hugely unexpected result from the Bulldogs, with the club finishing just short of a top eight berth for the second successive year.
2011 was an all too familiar sight for South Sydney.
AFTER a stellar 2010 season in which the Panthers finished the season in second place, there was some expectation that the Panthers would continue that momentum in 2011...
NORTH Sydney Bears hooker Beau Falloon has tonight been named 2011 NSW Cup Player of the Year at the annual Life Member's night held at the NSW League's Club in Sydney.
CRONULLA set about achieving just one thing in 2011, rebuilding. They improved the team on-field and off-field as well as focussing on the future.
2011 was never going to be a great season for the Parramatta Eels. With an eventful off season, one could contend it was doomed from the start. The real signs of Parramatta's 2011 damnation came well before kickoff...
THE 2011 season began with a bang for the Canberra Raiders... and the Raiders would not taste victory for another two months after a horror 8-match losing streak floored their season before it had even really started.
YOU cannot win a Wooden Spoon without being on the receiving end of some well-deserved criticism but in the case of NRL's 2011 cellar dwellers there is a glimmer of light emerging from the darkness. Read on to review the season past and receive a glimpse
NEW Zealand Rugby League has today named the NZ Residents Premiers team for 2011.
FRONT rower Aiden Tolman has capped off a big first season in blue and white by being named the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 2011 NRL Player of the Year at the Club's annual Presentation Night held on Wednesday at Doltone House, Jones Bay Wharf.
CANTERBURY-BANKSTOWN'S thrilling 30-28 last minute victory over the Auckland Vulcans was the 20th most watched program across Australia last Sunday despite only being shown by Channel 9 live into New South Wales and Queensland.
KHALID Deeb headed a long list of awardees at Newtown's annual presentation night.
INTERNATIONAL second-rower Gareth Ellis has today set a benchmark that will be hard to beat after winning the Wests Tigers Player of the Year award for the third consecutive season.
MANLY Sea Eagles will be putting on a Live Site at Brookvale Oval for those who didn't secure tickets to 2011 Grand Final.