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LONDON'S only Super League Club today announced the rebranding of the club to London Broncos Rugby League with a new kit, colour scheme and overall look and feel.
THE Board of the Australian Rugby League met today and resolved to support the 16 NRL Clubs in their funding application.
FOLLOWING a meeting of the 16 NRL Club Chairman at Phillip Street today, ARL Chairman Mr. John Chalk has issued the following statement:
TEN teams representing the cultural diversity which exists in Rugby League will take part in the annual
DARREN Lockyer and seven Broncos teammates have been added to the Australian squad along with four Melbourne players.
TEN players from St George Illawarra and Wests have been added to the Kangaroos squad after their elimination from the finals.
HARLEQUINS Rugby League have today announced the signing of winger Michael Robertson as their latest recruit for next season.
MANLY'S three try 2008 grand final star Michael Robertson will leave the club at the end of the current season to link with English Super League club, the London Harlequins.
THE Australian Rugby League has today announced a 34-man combined Prime Ministers XIII and VB Kangaroos train-on squad.
TWO teams from towns whose population adds up to just under 4000 people will be represented in the state final of the ARL Development Cup at Dairy Farmers Stadium on Saturday.
THE Manly Sea Eagles have released hard working second rower Shane Rodney from the final year of his contract to enable him to sign a three year deal in the English Super League with the London Harlequins.
PARRAMATTA Eels forward Carl Webb has today announced his immediate retirement, calling time on an 11-year, 186-game first grade career.
NSW Cup and Bundaberg Red Cup results.
THE Toyota Cowboys will promote NYC five-eighth Michael Parker-Walshe to their NRL squad next year, while Queensland Residents representative prop Luke Harlen will also be part of North Queensland's playing staff in 2012.
ROUND 21 results from the New South Wales Cup and the Bundaberg Red Cup.