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NEW Zealand Rugby League today named the Junior Kiwis train-on squad to face the Junior Kanagroos on October 13th
SEVENTEEN players have today been named in the first Kiwis train-on squad to prepare for the Rugby League World Cup.
THE South Sydney Rabbitohs have overcome a keen and emotional Wests Tigers side, the Bunnies recording a 32-18 win on a night where the hosts farewelled Benji Marshall at Allianz Stadium in front of 14,891 fans.
THE Pirtek Parramatta Eels are happy to announce that the scheduled Round 25 Monday night home game against the St George Illawarra Dragons at ANZ Stadium will be moved back to the team's spiritual home of Parramatta Stadium.
HOOKER Nathan Friend will extend his time with the Vodafone Warriors to three seasons after today signing a new contract for at least another year.
THE NRL will amend its draw to resolve a scheduling clash for the Round 25 match between the Bulldogs and Panthers at ANZ Stadium in Sydney.
THE New Zealand Warriors have scored victory in one of the most entertaining matches of 2013, with a 30-22 win over the Melbourne Storm in front of just over 20,000 fans at Mt Smart Stadium in Auckland.
THE Pirtek Parramatta Eels have today congratulated the NSW Government on their $250 million master plan for ANZ Stadium and the Sydney Olympic Park precinct.
AT a press conference at New Zealand Rugby League this morning, Ivan Cleary was named as the Assistant Coach of the Kiwis for their Rugby League World Cup campaign. Cleary, who coaches the Penrith Pathers in the NRL, will work with Stephen Kearney as the Kiwis attempt to win back-to-back World Cups for the first time in their history.
SOUTH Sydney have extended their lead at the top to three points after a workman-like 30 points to 10 victory over Parramatta at ANZ Stadium in front of 17,077 fans.
PAUL Mitry weighs in on Gordon Tallis and the Origin punch
OUR passionate Blues-biased previewer steps in to fire us all up ahead of Game One of the Holden State of Origin series on Wednesday night.
CANTERBURY have made it back to back wins with a comprehensive 40 points to 4 victory over a lowly Wests side in front of 23,453 fans at Stadium Australia tonight.
A powerful defensive display from the Sydney Roosters has seen them run out winners over the St George-Illawarra Dragons, 34-10, in front of 40,752 fans at Allianz Stadium this afternoon.
THE Melbourne Storm entertained the highest regular season crowd of 25,480 with a second half fight back over the Warriors at AAMI Park, winning 28-18.