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"FREAK" was all Australian coach Ricky Stuart needed to describe Greg Inglis after helping create the Kangaroos first try.
A fast start has proved to be the crucial difference in the 2008 Centenary Test with Australia emerging 28-12 victors over New Zealand at the SCG.
NEW Zealand five-eighth Ben Roberts has been ruled out of Friday night's centenary rugby league Test against Australia because of a hamstring strain.
BRISBANE forward Sam Thaiday has cautioned his club coach Wayne Bennett against attempting the Haka.
ENGLISHMAN Ashley Klein has been appointed referee for Friday's Centenary Test between Australia and New Zealand at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
THE New Zealand Warriors have held the Canberra Raiders out at a wet and empty Mt Smart Stadium today, taking the match 14-6 in atrocious conditions.
NEW Zealand Rugby League chairman Ray Haffenden has welcomed the announcement by the Rugby League International Federation supporting the NZRL
ENGLISH clubs have been told they must release New Zealand players Thomas Leuluai and Brent Webb for next week's rugby league Centenary Test.
NEW Zealand coach Stephen Kearney today named his team to take on the Kangaroos in the Centenary Test at the SCG on Friday, May 9th.
THE Kiwis will be without one of their main attacking weapons in next month's Centenary rugby league Test against Australia after winger Manu Vatuvei was sidelined for up six weeks.
AUSTRALIA'S finest 17 for the Centenary Test Match has been announced.
GOLD Coast Titans have this afternoon created history for the club, defeating the Vodafone Warriors at Skilled Park by 36-24, and in doing so now have won 5 consecutive games, never before achieved by the Titans
AN earlier-than-expected return from injury by Matt Bowen has sparked the North Queensland Cowboys to put in their most dominant performance of the year so far, dismantling the Warriors 48-20.
THE New Zealand Warriors have held out a valiant Newcastle Knights outfit this afternoon in Auckland, victorious by 26-20 at Mt Smart Stadium.
THE Melbourne Storm have opened their premiership defence in style with a convincing 32-18 victory over the New Zealand Warriors in blistering heat at the Telstra Dome this evening.