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IN this weekly feature for LeagueUnlimited, our Armchair Expert runs his lazy eye over the weekend that was. Each round he'll look at the happenings of the previous weekend, and keep you up to date with the big issues like refereeing, social media and the current controversies.
LAST week, Jeremy Hawkins was denied his opportunity to play for the Canberra Raiders in the NRL due to the second tier salary cap. In February this year this cap was amended and increased from $375,000 to $440,000 in an attempt to allay this issue.
FOUR players have been charged by the NRL Judiciary following incidents in State of Origin Game 3 at Suncorp Stadium.
WE have dived into the fixtures to take a look at each club's run to September and how each has fared with their respective draw
THE NRL's Integrity Unit has been advised of an incident involving a Queensland State of Origin player.
MELBOURNE Storm has today notified the NRL that it would not be appealing the seven-match ban handed down to Jordan McLean
THIS week Andrew assesses the lack of consistency in the NRL's citing and punishments relating to acts of foul play...
IT is the whole judiciary process that must be in the spotlight now...
THE NRL said today it would defer a hearing into the incident which resulted in an injury to Knights forward Alex McKinnon
DON’T you just hate it when there’s nothing in your eyes? Luckily there’s a two-minute long, laser-filled, glam-rock music video that’s pitching a solution – the Official NRL App with Digital Pass.
IN the space of just 18 months the Tigers went from being premiership favourites to narrowly avoiding the wooden spoon...
I remember going to this game. Round One, 2003. Fireworks to kick off the new season, the pressure was on. The hunter was now the hunted, the Sydney Roosters were now defending their premiership. Anything could happen...
GONE are the days when the Rabbitohs could be considered Wooden Spoon favourites year in, year out... but are they about to have a new tag placed on them?
IT is the hope that will kill you in rugby league and hope is the currency which most Dragons fans have been trading in the last few years under Steve Price.
NRL members and fans will enjoy train travel as part of their tickets to all Telstra Premiership games at ANZ Stadium in 2014.