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FOLLOWING a very successful residential camp and trial matches held in Rotorua in late July, the train on squads for the NZ Residents 16s and 18s have been named.
NZR Residents Announce coaching staff and trial games.
NEW Zealand Rugby League has announced that the Kiwis will play the Cook Islands in Rarotonga on Friday October 7 in the lead up to their Four Nations title defence.
NEW Zealand Rugby League Chief Executive Jim Doyle today announced that Sash Stosic has been appointed to the position of Football Operations Manager.
MELBOURNE winger Matthew Duffie will be the only debutant in the Kiwis' line-up for Friday night's Anzac Test against the Kangaroos at Skilled Park in Robina.
THE Kiwis team for the May 6, 2011 test is to be announced live on Sky TV's 40/20 show this weekend.
AUSTRALIAN-BORN Harris, currently employed as director of sport at Onehunga High School in Auckland, will take up his position at the end of May.
WITH the rugby league test planned for Christchurch on May 6 having moved to the Gold Coast, the NZRL has worked with a number of organisations to arrange
MAY Test Match Special Announcement. With tickets now on sale, all Rugby League fans have their chance to be part of the first ever Test
WITH the Legends of League Charity match having already raised close to $150,000 for the Christchurch Earthquake appeal, New Zealand Rugby League is pleased to announce a further fundraising effort has been launched today.
THE NZRL and the ARL have made a firm commitment to return the Anzac Test to Christchurch in 2012 when AMI Stadium and the city itself can capitalise on the benefits of hosting the international.
HOW you can show your support for Christchurch.
THE New Zealand Rugby League today announced an audited profit of $315,000 for the 2010 financial year, an increase on the $158,000 surplus reported in 2009.
NEW Zealand Rugby League chief executive Jim Doyle today revealed player numbers had increased by more than 50 per cent this year capping off one of the best seasons in the game's history in this country.
THE criticism of rugby league after the scenes at Eden Park on Saturday night is unfair. From Sir Peter Charles Leitch, Ambassador NZRL