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IN a massive coup for the Club, Sydney Roosters and New Zealand Test prop Jared Waerea-Hargreaves has today agreed to an extended deal with the Roosters keeping him at the club until the end of 2015.
THE Sydney Roosters have been saddened to learn of the death of Life Member and former Leagues Club and Football Club Chairman, Mr Keith Steel.
THE Sydney Roosters will host a specially-themed Family Fun Day with a focus on different cultures in celebration of Harmony Round in their match against the Canberra Raiders this Sunday, March 18 at Allianz Stadium, Moore Park.
THE Penrith Panthers have defended wonderfully against the Sydney Roosters to claim their first win under new head coach Ivan Cleary. A poor crowd of 12,746 witnessed the 18-0 victory at Allianz Stadium.
SAVE Our Sons has been named the Steggles & Sydney Roosters Charity Nest
PROMISING young centre Tautau Moga has celebrated his 18th birthday this week by agreeing to an extended deal with the Sydney Roosters keeping him at the club until the end of 2014.
THE Sydney Roosters are devastated to hear about the sudden death of club and rugby league legend, Arthur Beetson.
THE Sydney Roosters have agreed to terms with New Zealand Warriors star playmaker James Maloney.
FOLLOWING a request from Todd Carney and his manager David Riolo, the Sydney Roosters have agreed today to release Todd from the final year of his contract with the Club.
FOR the third time in the last six weeks the Parramatta Eels have dropped their bundle in golden point, sacrificing a 12-0 lead against a spirited Roosters side to almost certainly consign them to last place in the 2011 premiership
FOLLOWING discussions with Nate Myles and his Manager in relation to the recently issued breach notice, it has been determined that Nate will be fined an un-disclosed sum and will continue to be excused from training and playing, as well as any other Club
FOLLOWING a request from Todd Carney and his manager for an extension before meeting the Sydney Roosters board, the Roosters have today agreed to wait until the completion of their season to conclude the matter.
FOLLOWING a meeting of the Sydney Roosters NRL squad, it has been unanimously agreed that Nate Myles, Todd Carney and Frank-Paul Nuuausala will be ineligible for NRL selection this weekend.
THE Sydney Roosters have scheduled a disciplinary committee meeting to determine the course of action to be taken after three players, Nate Myles, Todd Carney and Frank-Paul Nuuausala, broke a team commitment to refrain from alcohol.
A free flowing and defence lacking game has seen the Roosters claim 2 points against the Bulldogs despite their season being over for 2011. The Bondi club getting the win 32-28 at the Sydney Football Stadium