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THE Huddersfield Giants and Wakefield Wildcats have concluded arrangements which see Andy Raleigh and Danny Kirmond join the Wildcats for 2012 with outside back Aaron Murphy joining the Giants until the end of the 2015 Super League season.
WIGAN Warriors today unveil Magners Irish Cider as a new partner of the Club from 2012.
NRL grand finalists Krisnan Inu and Elijah Taylor plus North Queensland winger Kalifa Faifai Loa have today been called into the Kiwis' touring squad for their one-off Test against the Kangaroos and the 2011 Four Nations in England.
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.
THE Australian Rugby League has today selected the following players for the Test against New Zealand at Ausgrid Stadium, Newcastle, on Sunday, October 16, starting at 4pm...
THE 2011/2012 Season of NSW Wheelchair Rugby League (NSWWRL) kicks off Saturday 8 October at 1:30pm at Kevin Bett Stadium.
SURELY this is as bizarre as it gets...
THE NRL has reaffirmed that it will impose life bans on any persons convicted of
ELEVEN players with NRL experience have been named to represent the ARL Junior Kangaroos for their upcoming international against the New Zealand Junior Kiwis on Sunday, October 16, at Ausgrid Stadium, Newcastle.
MANLY Sea Eagles and NSW Blues representative William Hopoate will rejoin the NRL in a Blue and Gold jersey in 2014 after signing a two year deal with the Pirtek Parramatta Eels today.
FRONT rower Aiden Tolman has capped off a big first season in blue and white by being named the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 2011 NRL Player of the Year at the Club's annual Presentation Night held on Wednesday at Doltone House, Jones Bay Wharf.
IT'S been less than four days since their historic win but Tooheys NEW today will proudly release more than 4,000 Manly Warringah Sea Eagles 2011 Premiership cartons to honour the club's eighth grand final victory.
CANTERBURY-BANKSTOWN'S thrilling 30-28 last minute victory over the Auckland Vulcans was the 20th most watched program across Australia last Sunday despite only being shown by Channel 9 live into New South Wales and Queensland.
NYC grand finalists the Vodafone Junior Warriors and North Queensland supply all but five of the Junior Kiwis' 18-man squad for their one-off international against the Junior Kangaroos at Ausgrid Stadium in Newcastle on October 16.
AN interesting contract dispute...