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MELBOURNE Storm will farewell Sisa Waqa at the end of the season after the winger agreed to terms with Canberra Raiders on a longer term deal.
THE Brisbane Broncos today confirm that Anthony Griffin will finish his tenure as head coach of the club at the conclusion of the 2014 season.
OUR European correspondent Simon Reuben analyses the just-completed round of fixtures in the First Utility Super League across the UK and France.
ALL the Round 20 Intrust Super Cup, FOGS Colts and Round 18 FOGS Cup results - all with thanks to the team at the Queensland Rugby League - www.qrl.com.au.
IN front of a 37,082 strong crowd at Suncorp. The Brisbane Broncos outlasted a brutal Warriors pack to run away 28-22 winners in a round that will be marked as #RiseForAlex. The lead of the game constantly changed throughout until the Broncos scored two quick back to back tries to seal the game.
THE South Sydney Rabbitohs have rolled through the Parramatta Eels, 32-12, at Pirtek Stadium as #RiseForAlex Round kicks off with 16,125 in attendance.
THE board of the iSelect Gold Coast Titans today resolved to immediately commence a complete review of the club's operations both on and off the field.
THE Broncos have added more depth to their squad for 2015 with the signing of exciting front rower Mitch Garbutt for the next two years.
THE Wests Tigers have paid tribute to some of their greatest players by announcing their 15th year anniversary team at a function at Doltone House in Pyrmont.
THE teamlists and officials for Round 20 of the Intrust Super Cup - right here thanks to the QRL. Visit www.qrl.com.au for extended news and previews from the ISC.
ALL the scores & scorers from Round 18 of the National Youth Competition - Holden Cup Under 20's.
THE Sydney Roosters wish to advise that the club's primary affiliation with NSW Cup side, the Newtown Jets, will conclude at the end of the 2014 season.
KURT Gidley has led the Newcastle Knights back from the brink to claim a 31-18 victory over the Cronulla Sharks in front of a good crowd at Remondis Stadium.
THE Canterbury Bulldogs have scored a 6-4 victory over the Melbourne Storm in front of 13,000 fans at a cold and wet AAMI Park in Melbourne.
IN front of a 14,087 strong crowd at Mt Smart Stadium on a Saturday night, the New Zealand Warriors outscored the Parramatta Eels in what was a single sided affair by a total of 48-0.