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BANK managers must be reluctant to give out home loans once they find out you work as an NRL coach. The amount of turnover is massive and even coaches who are achieving good results aren't safe (Anthony Griffin anyone?)...
IN this weekly feature for LeagueUnlimited, our Armchair Expert runs his lazy eye over the weekend that was. Each round he'll look at the happenings of the previous weekend, and keep you up to date with the big issues like refereeing, social media and the current controversies.
CALL me old-fashioned, but if someone told me something in confidence and in private, that's where I'd leave it.
SOUTH Sydney have moved into second position on the NRL ladder, after a rampaging 34-18 victory over the Canberra Raiders in front of 9,526 fans at Canberra Stadium.
GARETH Widdop was the star again today at ANZ Stadium with the St. George Illawarra Dragons comfortably accounting for a surprisingly poor Wests Tigers 28-12 in front of 22,000 fans.
A crowd of 8,824 has watched Cronulla upset the Penrith Panthers 18-16 at Carrington Park in Bathurst on a sunny Saturday afternoon.
THE Melbourne Storm have continued to quietly push toward the finals with a solid but unspectacular 30-8 victory over a shaky Brisbane side at Suncorp Stadium tonight.
IN a continuation of the exciting sponsorship news of recent weeks the Sharks can announce that ENZED®, a nationwide hydraulic hose and fitting supply company servicing a diverse range of industries, has signed on as back of jersey sponsor for the remainder of 2014.
THE Sharks Board of Directors have confirmed the appointment of James Shepherd as NRL head coach for the remainder of 2014.
THE Manly Sea Eagles have out-classed the St George Illawarra Dragons in front of 10530 fans at Kogarah's Jubilee Oval tonight, giving themselves an outright lead at the top of the table.
THE Brisbane Broncos today confirm that Anthony Griffin will finish his tenure as head coach of the club at the conclusion of the 2014 season.
IN front of a 37,082 strong crowd at Suncorp. The Brisbane Broncos outlasted a brutal Warriors pack to run away 28-22 winners in a round that will be marked as #RiseForAlex. The lead of the game constantly changed throughout until the Broncos scored two quick back to back tries to seal the game.
RISE for Alex round has started with The North Queensland Cowboys scoring a 36-18 victory at an emotionally charged Remondis Stadium.
THE Broncos have added more depth to their squad for 2015 with the signing of exciting front rower Mitch Garbutt for the next two years.
LAST week, Jeremy Hawkins was denied his opportunity to play for the Canberra Raiders in the NRL due to the second tier salary cap. In February this year this cap was amended and increased from $375,000 to $440,000 in an attempt to allay this issue.