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THE Sydney Roosters have claimed the 13th ANZAC Cup with a 34-14 defeat of the St. George Illawarra Dragons in front of a most respectful crowd of 38,784 at Allianz Stadium.
"AVERAGE" is the best word to describe the tipping game for Round 7. Several of our tipsters floated around the 4/8 mark, with Az and Sam dragging up the average score. See what we think about Round 8.
A full preview of all the Round 9 Intrust Super Cup action thanks to the QRL, together with Ben "Dobbo" Dobson's tips.
STEW Moses brings us his preview of this weekend's Round 8 VB NSW Cup action
I felt sorry for Steve Clark and Andrew Dunemann on Monday afternoon. I really did...
THIS ANZAC Day, we are honoured to have Andrew Ferguson share the story of Edward Larkin - the first fulltime secretary of the NSWRL.
THIS week's edition of the Bush Telegraph highlights a great initiative from the Central Newcastle RLFC, fundraiser for the Mark Hughes Foundation and plenty of information about next week's AAMI Country V City match.
PAUL'S back for another look at the weekend ahead. Check out his tips and see if yours will match up...
WESTS Tigers have secured the ongoing services of yet another talented young player with Curtis Sironen agreeing to a new three-year-deal at the Club.
WESTS Tigers CEO Grant Mayer has today reconfirmed with the NRL that the Club strongly supports Benji Marshall's return to the competition.
FOURTEEN World Cup-winning Jillaroos have been selected to play for the Women's All Stars side in the mid-season Test curtain-raiser at Allianz Stadium next week.
THE Vodafone Fiji Bati have confirmed their squad ahead of next Saturday's Pacific Test against Toa Samoa, to be played at Sportingbet Stadium Penrith on May 3.
NEW Zealand Rugby and the Blues have today agreed and confirmed the terms of Benji Marshall's release from his Investec Super Rugby contract.
THE Canberra Raiders have continued to secure their talented juniors, with Shannon Boyd signing a new three year deal which will keep him at the club until the end of 2017.
2014 is Cronulla's worst start to a season since 1969. Given their performance of the previous two seasons, you can't help but wonder why.