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ST George Illawarra Dragons halfback Michael Witt announced on Friday his decision to retire from first-grade rugby league at the end of this season.
THE Raiders have received a huge boost on the eve of their final home match of the 2014 season, with local junior Jarrod Croker re-signing with the club until the end of the 2018 season.
THE Sydney Roosters now rely on the North Queensland Cowboys beating the Sea Eagles to claim the 2014 Minor Premiership after they held on against the Rabbitohs 28-18 at Allianz Stadium.
THE Parramatta Eels have today announced the signings of Gold Coast Titans back-rower Cody Nelson and former South Sydney Rabbitohs forward Shannan McPherson.
TITANS confirm the signings of young back-rowers Matt Robinson from Penrith and Lachlan Burr from Canterbury
THE Parramatta Eels are happy to announce Peter Sharp has joined the club's football department.
THE Canberra Raiders have re-signed hooker Kurt Baptiste for two more seasons, keeping him in green until the end of the 2016 season.
ONE of the outstanding outside backs of his generation, Cowboys centre Brent Tate, has today announced his retirement from rugby league.
TITANS have announced that experienced NRL coach Neil Henry has been appointed as head coach for three years from next season.
THE 2014 Holden Cup Team of the Year has been named with the ladder leading Newcastle Knights featuring heavily
MELBOURNE Storm has signed experienced front- rower Tom Learoyd-Lahrs to its playing roster for the 2015 season.
TITANS foundation player Luke Bailey, a leader of this club whose legacy will remain for many years, has announced he will retire after the last round clash with the Bulldogs on Sunday.
THE Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles have pulled off a remarkable feat and all but secured the 2014 NRL Minor Premiership with a come from behind victory, 26-25 over the Penrith Panthers at Brookvale Oval.
THE Brisbane Broncos have ended the St. George Illawarra Dragons finals chances with a 30-22 victory at Suncorp Stadium with 36,720 in attendance.
PANTHERS would like to make the following statement in relation to an article that appeared in the Daily Telegraph earlier this week.