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SYDNEY Roosters hooker Jake Friend has agreed to a three year extension to remain with the Club until the end of the 2015 season.
THE Canberra Raiders will feature local charity The Cancer Support Group on the front of their jerseys for the beginning of the 2012 NRL season, as a means of showcasing their 20 year support for the local organisation.
ARROW Energy has officially joined the Brisbane Broncos in a partnership that will provide a direct connection with the communities of southern Queensland.
WESTS Tigers have today re-signed experienced winger Matt Utai to a new one-year deal.
SURELY a new contract system in needed?
13 NRL teams will be represented in the VB NSW Cup in 2012 as St George-Illawarra and Canberra return through joint-venture partnerships with Illawarra and Mounties.
NSW Wheelchair Rugby League (NSWWRL) is holding an Opening Ceremony to the Athlete Development Camp on 3 December, at Sydney Academy of Sport, Wakehurst Parkway Narrabeen.
THE Sydney Roosters have agreed to terms with New Zealand Warriors star playmaker James Maloney.
THE provisional list of pre-season fixtures for the February trial period has been confirmed by the NRL with matches being played in Auckland, Perth, Albury, Wagga Wagga and many, many more locations.
THE Rugby Football League has officially released the fixture list for the 2012 Engage Super League season.
WESTS Tigers have today unveiled an exciting new 2012 "Eye of the Tiger" training jersey.
CRONULLA set about achieving just one thing in 2011, rebuilding. They improved the team on-field and off-field as well as focussing on the future.
WESTS Tigers wish to make a statement on behalf of Club Captain Robbie Farah in response to media reports regarding his relationship with Head Coach Tim Sheens.
2011 was never going to be a great season for the Parramatta Eels. With an eventful off season, one could contend it was doomed from the start. The real signs of Parramatta's 2011 damnation came well before kickoff...
SUPER League champions Leeds Rhinos have pulled off a major coup as they will have home advantage in next year's Heinz Big Soup World Club Challenge with NRL premiers Manly Sea Eagles.