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ALL the latest injury and suspension news in one place across round eight of the NRL!
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.
TERRY Campese has been named Captain of the Canberra Raiders for season 2012, with David Shillington and Brett White named Vice-Captains.
THE Board of Wests Ashfield Leagues Club would like to make the following points in relation to matters raised in the media in the past few days.
AFTER 2010, where the Tigers returned to finals football for the first time since their maiden premiership in 2005, the Tigers were one of the strong contenders for the title in 2011 for many pundits...
WESTS Tigers has today released its scheduling of matches for their home grounds for season 2012.
JETSTAR Gold Coast Titans inaugural signing and favourite son Preston Campbell has made the decision to retire at the end of the season.
ONE of the Jetstar Gold Coast Titans favourite sons has decided to play on, with inaugural signing Preston Campbell today agreeing to sign a one-year contract extension for next season.
WE have all the latest injury and suspension news in one place heading into round fourteen!
LOCK David Stagg makes his return from a one week quadriceps strain in the only change to the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs side to play the Sydney Roosters in Sunday's Camp Quality match at ANZ Stadium.
TUESDAY'S Expert reviews an action packed Round One. Plus, the League Unlimited Player of the Year Leaderboard.
GONE are the days of the Raiders being seen as perennial underachievers. It's time to deliver in the nations capital and Canberra certainly have the team to win the premiership.
ON Sunday, Melbourne Storm launches the club's new advertising campaign, Playing for Everything, across television and in print.