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THE Pirtek Parramatta Eels are confident Saturday
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 South Sydney Rabbitohs, Western Australian Rugby League and nib Stadium have today launched the huge Western Australian re-match between the South Sydney and the Brisbane Broncos to be played at nib Stadium on Friday 23 March at 6pm WST.
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.
WHEN assessing the Broncos' 2012 chances it's impossible not to lead with the unavoidable question; just how will the club fare without Darren Lockyer?
FOLLOWING the much anticipated formal advice by the Minister for the Illawarra, Greg Pearce, that a remediation timetable has been confirmed and work has commenced on WIN Stadium's Western Grandstand, the St George Illawarra Dragons on Monday confirmed th
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...
RACING back into contention after a forgettable 2010 season, the Brisbane Broncos went within a whisker of writing the perfect finale to one of the game's greatest players Darren Lockyer...
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.
2011 was never going to be a great season for the Parramatta Eels. With an eventful off season, one could contend it was doomed from the start. The real signs of Parramatta's 2011 damnation came well before kickoff...
AN early onslaught from the Warriors has helped the Auckland-based side to a comprehensive 48-16 victory over South Sydney at ANZ Stadium this afternoon in front of 11,208 fans
THE South Sydney Rabbitohs, Western Australian Rugby League and nib Stadium have today announced that South Sydney will play up to two games per season at nib Stadium in Perth, Western Australia for the next three seasons.
PLAYING on Dairy Farmers Stadium prior to the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys' NRL clash with the NZ Warriors will be one of the big thrills awaiting the teams who will play in the final of the Laurie Spina Shield on June 18.
PIRTEK Parramatta Eels coach Steve Kearney has primarily shown faith in his side beaten 38-0 stuck by the Melbourne Storm last Sunday.
COAL & Allied Newcastle Knights are expecting a bumper crowd for their first home game of the year against the reigning Premiers, St George Illawarra Dragons, at Ausgrid Stadium this Sunday 3 April.