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TEAMLISTS for the third and final week of NRL trials, including the World Club Challenge and Charity Shield feature matches.
AFTER a false start last weekend, the Newtown Jets began their 2012 Rugby League season with a 28-6 win against Canterbury-Bankstown at Belmore Sports Ground yesterday.
STOBART Super League week 2 saw ,surprisingly the game in Perpignan between Catalan Dragons and Hull FC postponed for a frozen pitch but back here in the UK despite a week of sub-zero temperatures every game took place and below we have a look of how thin
THE Manly Sea Eagles will be looking to be the first team to go back-to-back in premierships since Brisbane in 92/93 - but it will be a struggle.
THE IC Chairman has a solid Rugby League pedigree...
THE Newcastle Knights' Wayne Bennett era officially kicked off in Port Macquarie tonight when the Knights and Panthers fought out an entertaining 18-all draw in front of 6383 fans.
ALL the results from NRL pre-season trials around the country this weekend! Includes scores from Sunday's 'Back to Belmore' clash between Canterbury Bankstown and Sydney Roosters.
AFTER a huge two days the Canberra Raiders have reached the border city of Albury-Wodonga, following visits to Cootamundra and Junee Schools as part of the 2012 Community Carnival.
THE entire Jetstar Gold Coast Titans playing squad visited over 2500 kids at 24 schools and 13 Junior Rugby League clubs across the Gold Coast and regional Queensland today as part of Rugby League's 2012 Community Carnival.
QUEENSLAND'S premier under age competitions - the Mal Meninga and Cyril Connell Cups - are ready to launch next month under an exciting new format.
THE IC arrives - better late than never...
WESTS Tigers and Parramatta Eels will play for the inaugural Sean Burns
Memorial Shield at Bluetongue Stadium on Saturday night, February 11.
AND so it came to pass that the calamity that was Season 2011 neared its use-by date. The Titans faithful gathered solemnly on the Tallebudgerra rocks and made small insertions into the palms of their left hands with glinting oyster shucks...
SUNDAY'S Back to Belmore trial match between the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs and Sydney Roosters at Belmore Sports Ground is officially a sell out, with the last available tickets being snapped up late yesterday.
THE Sharks have been quite consistent over the last three seasons, but it's the sort of consistency that they will be looking to put an end to in an epic manner in 2012.