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HULL Kingston Rovers are delighted to announce the signing of former Australian international and State of Origin playmaker Terry Campese for the 2015 campaign.
THE Manly Sea Eagles produced a flawless second half performance to come away with a gutsy 16-10 win in front of 10,871 vocal fans at Brookvale Oval.
CRONULLA have withstood a late Raiders fightback to post a dominant 30 points to 20 win in front of 12,130 fans at Cronulla Stadium this afternoon.
CANBERRA have scored three tries in the final thirty minutes to overcome a gutsy Warriors side 20 points to 16 in front of 9,699 fans at Canberra Stadium tonight.
WESTS Tigers have got off the mark in 2013, after a convincing 28-18 victory over the Penrith Panthers today in front of 9,715 fans at Campbelltown Stadium.
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SOME of the finest names to have played for Western Suburbs Magpies and Wests Tigers were honoured at a gala dinner in Campbelltown.
LAST week Preston Campbell flew to London on behalf of rugby league to accept an international Beyond Sport Award for the game
CANBERRA Raiders star Terry Campese says he is honoured to be named as an Ambassador for CanTeen.
THE Canberra Raiders will use a week long camp on the Central Coast this week to prepare for their round 14 match against the Knights in Newcastle.
THE most famous hair in Rugby League is no more with Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs head coach Des Hasler today shaving his head after the Club reached its $100,000 fundraising target for premier community partner Camp Quality.
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CANBERRA Raiders Captain Terry Campese will miss the remainder of the 2012 season, after surgery yesterday revealed a reoccurrence of an ACL injury.
CANTERBURY-BANKSTOWN Bulldogs head coach Des Hasler has offered up his famous locks in a unique charity initiative that will raise $100,000 for premier Bulldogs in the Community Partner Camp Quality.
THE Wests Tigers for the past few seasons have had the cattle to be premiership favourites, but have somehow found a way to butcher their prospects mid-season and have had to rely on a strong run to the finals to get themselves back in the hunt.