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A trainee accountant, a horticulturalist, apprentice carpenters and four university students are among the rising Rugby League stars named in the 2012 Toyota Cup Team of the Year today at Rugby League Central.
ST George Illawarra Dragons captain Ben Hornby has today announced his decision to retire from rugby league at the end of this season.
THIS morning the Australian Rugby League Commission has confirmed that Channel 9 and FOX Sports have retained the television broadcast rights to the NRL for the next five years.
SIMON Reuben takes a look at the most recent round of action from the European Super League competition.
IT'S our way of making sure you know what your club is doing this weekend - from NRL to the lower grades, check out all the fixtures involving your club and its feeder sides, with links to all teamlists of all grades!
THE Vodafone Warriors and head coach Brian McClennan have mutually agreed for him to leave the club with assistant coach Tony Iro taking over for the last two matches of the 2012 NRL season.
WE recap all the scores from Round Twenty-four of the NRL. Plus, we now have a four way tie at the top of the prestigious LeagueUnlimited.com Player of the Year Award leaderboard.
NORTH Queensland Cowboys have won against a desperate Dragons side, 32-22, in front of 9,245 rugby league fans at WIN Stadium after some brilliant play from captain Johnathan Thurston
DESPITE a loss, the Redcliffe Dolphins wrapped up the 2012 Intrust Super Cup minor premiership with a round to go. Check out the weekend results across ISC, FOGS and FOGS Colts.
ALL the results complete with the latest standings for VB NSW Cup and Bundaberg Red Cup for the weekend.
THE Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles have given the 14,191 fans at Brookvale Oval a wonderful display of points with a 42-20 victory over the Newcastle Knights.
WITH just a couple of weeks til the finals, here are the results from Round 24 of the NYC Toyota Cup.
THE Gold Coast Titans kept their finals hopes alive this afternoon with a 24-16 win over wooden-spoon favourites Parramatta, a crowd of 14,159 seeing the hosts triumph over the cellar-dwellers
THE Penrith Panthers have taken a step away from the bottom of the ladder with a 18-16 victory over the New Zealand Warriors at Mt
THE Cronulla Sutherland Sharks have have guaranteed themselves a place in the top eight with a gritty 20-7 victory in front of 16,463 fans at Toyota Park.