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THE South Sydney Rabbitohs and ANZ Stadium are dedicating their final home game of the season to the brave men and women of the Australian Defence Force who are serving in Australia and on operations and peace keeping missions overseas, as they take on th
ONE of the biggest contributors to the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys since their inception in 1995, hooker Aaron Payne, has decided to retire from the NRL at the end of this season.
WESTS Tigers can confirm former player Todd Payten appeared in Downing Centre Local Court today and pleaded guilty to a charge of
TOYOTA Cowboys hooker Aaron Payne will have the chance to become the third North Queensland player to reach the 200 NRL games mark after signing a new one-year contract with the club today.
WE have all the latest injury and suspension news in one place heading into the final regular season weekend!
NORTH Queensland Toyota Cowboys coach Neil Henry has selected a 19-man squad for Friday night's round 24 NRL match against the South Sydney Rabbitohs at ANZ Stadium.
WE have all the latest injury and suspension news in one place heading into round seventeen!
WE have all the latest injury and suspension news in one place heading into round seven!
THE NRL's Match Review Committee has handed down a two-match ban to Eels superstar Jarryd Hayne, while Bulldogs utility Corey Payne and Tigers lock Chris Heighington are both looking at a week off.
WESTS Tigers Head Coach Tim Sheens has named his team to play Canberra Raiders at Campbelltown Sports Stadium on Saturday, March 26, at 7.30pm in round 3 of the Telstra Premiership.
EX Canterbury and Parramatta forward Dean Pay to replace Andrew McFadden as assistant coach for the Catalans Dragons.
WESTS Tigers suffered a blow with prop Todd Payten ruled out for up to six weeks with injury, just one game short of his 200th NRL appearance.
OUT of favour Newcastle forward Kirk Reynoldson claims he is willing to take a pay cut in order to remain at the beleaguered club next season.
PENRITH have denied claims they are paying schoolboy Greg Waddell $100,000 a year after signing him to the club until 2010.