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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.
THE 2009 Amateur Rugby League Inter-Town Series could involve eight sides.
FORMER Castleford Tigers and Gateshead Thunder coach David Woods has confirmed that he will team up with the CMS Yorkshire League Unison Division Two title hopefuls...
READ all the signing, injury and judiciary news from Round 18 of the NRL.
A late field goal from Karmichael Hunt has downed the Tigers 19-18 in an end to end spectacle at Suncorp Stadium.
ROOSTERS v Wests Tigers: This game has the makings to be a high scoring affair...
MATT Orford stuck to the game plan tonight to guide Manly to a 13 point victory over a pedestrian Raiders outfit. This was despite Manly's Adam Cuthbertson being sent off.
PREVIEWS of Friday night's clashes - Broncos v Eels and Raiders v Sea Eagles.
BARLA announces that it does not recognise the dual registration contracts which the Rugby Football League have introduced
THE SCG Trust is pleased to advise that the Sydney Football Stadium will revert to its original name from Sunday, July 8.