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PANTHERS CEO Justin Pascoe has today confirmed that St. George-Illawarra forward Trent Merrin has accepted an offer to join the Panthers for the next three seasons.
A summary of results from Round 3 of the 20th First Utility Super League season, Europe's premier club rugby league competition.
THE NRL has strengthened its approach to combating drug use through its continued commitment to independent drug testing programs and player education.
THE Wests Tigers 2014 campaign was riddled with infighting, injuries and income issues. Will 2015 bring unity, cohesion, improvement and new success?
"BACK To Back". Three words that were a mission and a curse for the Roosters in season 2014. Now the Roosters enter a new phase...
THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs are pleased to announce that James Graham has been appointed as Captain of the Club.
GLORY, glory to South Sydney. The boys in the green and red defeated the clubs biggest demon when they slayed the Bulldogs to win the 2014 NRL premiership. Can they go back to back?
THE NRL today took control of the Gold Coast Titans Rugby League football club.
2014 unravelled into another disappointing season for the Dragons, who after dominating the competition in the stretch between 2009-2011, have fallen away from the leading pack. Will 2015 turn their fortunes around?
GOLD Coast Titans CEO, Graham Annesley, has confirmed that players Greg Bird, David Taylor, and Kalifa Faifai Loa have today been issued with notices to appear in court in relation to drug offences.
NRL CEO Dave Smith said today he was angry and fed up with the minority of players who brought the game into disrepute.
IN a huge boost for rugby league in regional NSW, the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles have today confirmed they will play their Round 5 NRL fixture at Lavington Sports Ground in Albury against the Canberra Raiders.
GOLD Coast Titans CEO, Graham Annesley, has confirmed that players Jamie Dowling & Beau Falloon have been issued with notices to appear in court in relation to drug offences.
IT was a mixed weekend for a number of NRL teams as the likes of South Sydney and Newcastle were dealt several injury blows ahead of the opening round of the new season.
THE Panthers continue to move in the right direction both on & off the field but in 2015 the question now is can they go one step further and make it to the big dance... and even win it?