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VODAFONE Warriors chief executive Wayne Scurrah today announced experienced NRL and English Super League coach Matthew Elliott has been signed on a two-year contract as the club
FOLLOWING the completion of a review of the 2012 season, the Board of Wests Tigers has decided to restructure the Club
AS happens at the conclusion of every season the Wests Tigers Board has been undertaking a review into our 2012 season. This review encompasses all areas of our business including the football department.
MAROONS coach Mal Meninga will leave his mark on grassroots footy this week when the recording-breaking Origin mentor visits two proud junior clubs in regional Queensland.
THE Sydney Roosters have today appointed former Sydney Roosters player Trent Robinson as Head Coach.
FOLLOWING a meeting today between Sydney Roosters Chairman Nick Politis, Chief Executive Steve Noyce and Head Coach Brian Smith, the Roosters have agreed by mutual consent that Smith will not be coaching the club in 2013.
THE Vodafone Warriors and head coach Brian McClennan have mutually agreed for him to leave the club with assistant coach Tony Iro taking over for the last two matches of the 2012 NRL season.
MADUNIT explains who he thinks should be the NSW State of Origin coach in 2013.
ANTHONY Griffin has been awarded for the stellar start to his NRL coaching career with a contract extension from the NRMA Insurance Broncos.
RUGBY league was the winner today as the Jetstar Gold Coast Titans hosted a capacity 350 youngsters for a Kids to Kangaroos school holiday coaching clinic at Pizzey Park, Miami.
FORMER Australian Test coach Chris Anderson has today accepted an offer to join the Pirtek Parramatta Eels in a support role to head coach Stephen Kearney.
ROUND 5 of the NRL season featured one of the greatest comebacks in years, an amazing length of the field try and the game
MADUNIT takes a swipe at clubs hastily sacking a coach when the issue is elsewhere.
PREMIERSHIP-WINNING Wynnum Manly Seagulls coach Paul Green has been appointed to guide the 2012 Queensland Residents team.
BRISBANE Lions premiership ruckman Jamie Charman has accepted a new position but this time with a rugby league club, coming on board as the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys' kicking and catching coach.