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ARGUABLY the greatest player to have pulled on a Blue and Gold jersey, Pirtek Parramatta Eels captain Nathan Hindmarsh has tonight announced he will retire at the conclusion of the 2012 season.
SOME of the most influential names in rugby league will connect with hundreds of volunteers and administrators from the grassroots level in a ground-breaking weekend for rugby league in Queensland.
THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs will make their on-field return to Belmore Sports Ground on Sunday, 12 February when they take on the Sydney Roosters across all grades.
FOLLOWING the much anticipated formal advice by the Minister for the Illawarra, Greg Pearce, that a remediation timetable has been confirmed and work has commenced on WIN Stadium's Western Grandstand, the St George Illawarra Dragons on Monday confirmed th
THE Pirtek Parramatta Eels today announced Hall of Fame member Eric Grothe Snr was last night selected to fill the vacancy on the Club's Board of Directors.
THE Rugby Football League has officially released the fixture list for the 2012 Engage Super League season.
THE Pirtek Parramatta Eels wish to advise Paul Osborne has this evening announced he will leave his role of Chief Executive Officer of the Club at Christmas this year.
THE Board of the Parramatta National Rugby League Club met tonight to receive the report of an inquiry initiated on 6 October, 2011.
HSG today announced Hunter Ports is the Principal Partner and front of jersey sponsor for both the Newcastle Jets and Knights for their upcoming seasons.
NEW Zealand Rugby League chief executive Jim Doyle today revealed player numbers had increased by more than 50 per cent this year capping off one of the best seasons in the game's history in this country.
THE Chairman of the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys, Laurence Lancini, announced today that Peter Parr would stand down as Executive Director of the Club and assume the new role of General Manager - Football Operations.
THE Melbourne Storm have ground out a resounding 20-8 victory over a misfiring North Queensland Cowboys outfit in front of 10,510 fans at Olympic park tonight.
THE Gold Coast Titans have withstood a spirited late fight back from the Brisbane Broncos to run out winners 34-18 in front of 26,336 fans at Skilled Park tonight.
A ton of dropped ball from the Penrith Panthers helped the Brisbane Broncos who were good enough to capitalise and defeat the mountain men 38-18 in front of 14,322 fans at CUA Stadium tonight.
A frantic second half that saw eight tries scored ended with the Broncos recording a 28-24 win against the Sydney Roosters, in front of 18,464 fans at the SFS tonight.