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SIR John Wells, Chairman of the New Zealand Rugby League Board Appointments Panel, advised today that the panel has completed this year
THE Canberra Raiders and sleeve sponsor Local Liquor have combined to raise over $16,000 for Legacy and the Heart foundation, through their special charity auction through www.allbids.com.au of the ANZAC tribute jerseys.
THE Raiders ANZAC tribute match on Sunday afternoon at Canberra Stadium has received support from a national hero, with Victoria Cross recipient Corporal Ben Roberts-Smith getting behind Sunday
ANZAC Day doesn't stop our previewer. Paul Mitry has previewed both ANZAC Day clashes and given his tips.
IN an exciting addition to Friday nights test match, ten of the victorious 1998 Kiwis team will be on hand to show their support to this year
A very dour match of rugby league this afternoon has seen the Sydney Roosters hold the Canberra Raiders out 14-8 at Allianz Stadium in front of 10,434 fans.
PIRTEK NZ General Manager Chris Bourke joined NZRL CEO Jim Doyle and Kiwis coach Stephen Kearney at Cornwall Park, Auckland today to announce that Pirtek would be re-joining New Zealand Rugby League as principal sponsor.
THERE is only one thing Redfern craves more than a match of Rugby League and that is the right to sing Glory, Glory to South Sydney on September 30, 2012.
THE most unusual and exciting of off-seasons is almost at an end for the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs as they look to a 2012 season filled with promise and hope far exceeding anything seen in the last few seasons.
INTERNATIONAL rugby league is heading back to Eden Park with the NZRL confirming today that the first of their two 2012 clashes against Australia will be
THE Warriors have always been a punter's nightmare and 2011 was no different. After kicking off their season with three consecutive losses, a grand final berth certainly did not appear on the horizon...
AS far as modern rugby league history goes, 2011 was a hugely unexpected result from the Bulldogs, with the club finishing just short of a top eight berth for the second successive year.
NEW Zealand Rugby League Chief Executive Jim Doyle announced today that registered player numbers for 2011 are up more than 38% from those of 2010.
SUPER League champions Leeds Rhinos have pulled off a major coup as they will have home advantage in next year's Heinz Big Soup World Club Challenge with NRL premiers Manly Sea Eagles.
KIWIS captain Benji Marshall and Vodafone Warriors player Shaun Johnson were both acknowledged for their stellar performances during the 2011 year at the NZRL Awards held at the Raye Freedman Arts Centre in Epsom tonight.