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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.
RUGBY league supporters can from tomorrow secure their seats to the only Origin match at Brisbane's Suncorp Stadium in 2012 by joining the Maroon Members Club.
WESTS Tigers has today released its scheduling of matches for their home grounds for season 2012.
THE 2011 season began with a bang for the Canberra Raiders... and the Raiders would not taste victory for another two months after a horror 8-match losing streak floored their season before it had even really started.
THE St George Illawarra Dragons have received a major boost to the start of the new NRL season with Major Partner St.George Bank agreeing to extend their arrangement with the Club for a further four years.
A fitting finale to a great career...
YOU cannot win a Wooden Spoon without being on the receiving end of some well-deserved criticism but in the case of NRL's 2011 cellar dwellers there is a glimmer of light emerging from the darkness. Read on to review the season past and receive a glimpse
THE curtain has officially closed on the 2011 Rugby League season, as the Australian Kangaroos claimed the Four Nations final 30-8 in front of a massive crowd at Elland Road of 34,147.