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ANOTHER big week in footy news, here's what you missed... (includes teams for Sunday mornings' Four Nations double header!)
PAUL Mitry walks us through the matchups in week two of the four nations.
PAUL Mitry looks at the first weekend of games in this year's Four Nations.
VODAFONE Warriors prop Ben Matulino and Wigan utility Thomas Leuluai are both back in the Kiwis' line-up for Friday night's Gillette Four Nations opener against Kangaroos at The Halliwell Jones Stadium in Warrington.
A clean sweep proved elusive for the NZ Residents 18s when they played their second match against the Australian Secondary Schools Rugby League (ASSRL) team this afternoon at Bruce Pulman Park.
THE Australian Rugby League has today selected the following players for the Test against New Zealand at Ausgrid Stadium, Newcastle, on Sunday, October 16, starting at 4pm...
ELEVEN players with NRL experience have been named to represent the ARL Junior Kangaroos for their upcoming international against the New Zealand Junior Kiwis on Sunday, October 16, at Ausgrid Stadium, Newcastle.
NZ Resident 18s prove too strong for Australian Secondary Schoolboys in first International clash...
THE ARL Junior Kangaroos will play the New Zealand Junior Kiwis in Newcastle as a preliminary game to the Australia V New Zealand Test Match on Sunday, October 16, at Ausgrid Stadium, Newcastle.
WESTS Tigers can confirm Assistant Coach Peter Gentle will leave the Club at season's end to take up a Head Coaching role in the English Super League.
PARRAMATTA'S Nathan Hindmarsh will captain the 2011 Prime Minister's XIII announced today to play Papua New Guinea in Lae on Sunday week (Sept 25).
WIGAN Warriors second row forward Ryan Hoffman has agreed a return to the NRL with Melbourne Storm at the end of the current season.
ST George Illawarra Dragons representative centre Mark Gasnier on Thursday announced his decision to retire from rugby league at the end of this season.
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.