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VODAFONE has re-signed with the Vodafone Warriors until the end of the 2018 NRL season, marking a 20-season, loyal partnership and New Zealand’s longest professional naming rights sponsorship.
WEEK 3 of the First Utility Super League saw impressive win for the four sides with 100% records St Helens, Leeds Rhinos, Castleford Tigers and Widnes Vikings.
IN the space of just 18 months the Tigers went from being premiership favourites to narrowly avoiding the wooden spoon...
INTO its thirteenth year of existence, the Forum 7's Competition is as strong as ever, with writers continuing to pump out quality articles which put most journos to shame. This week one of our favourite articles to be submitted is by user Bubbles, who put together a strong piece on player loyalty.
I remember going to this game. Round One, 2003. Fireworks to kick off the new season, the pressure was on. The hunter was now the hunted, the Sydney Roosters were now defending their premiership. Anything could happen...
GONE are the days when the Rabbitohs could be considered Wooden Spoon favourites year in, year out... but are they about to have a new tag placed on them?
NRL members and fans will enjoy train travel as part of their tickets to all Telstra Premiership games at ANZ Stadium in 2014.
THE latest issue of Rugby League Review is out now... packed full of all things Rugby League including previews of the 2014 NRL season as well as previews on the NSW Cup and Qld Cup...
2014 is shaping as a pivotal year in Penrith Panthers history. Since 2011 there has been tremendous change at the foot of the mountains through Gus Gould’s well publicised and overly criticised “Five Year Plan”.
NRL fans wondered how Parramatta could get any worse after plummeting to 16th place in 2012. The 2013 Eels answered that question by winning fewer games, scoring fewer points, and conceding more...
ROUND 2 of the First Utility Super League saw three teams keep up their 100% record.
2013 was a disappointing year for the North Queensland side, as while they finished 8th and were eliminated under nefarious circumstances by the Cronulla Sharks in week one. The journey to that finals series was paved with inconsistency.
THE hype is there. With many thanks to the recently played Auckland Nines competition, the wheels are most certainly moving on the Warriors rollercoaster that will take their fans through a completely unpredicatable season.
YEAR number three of Wayne Bennett’s four-year plan at Newcastle promises to be perhaps his best chance at sending the red-and-blues to premiership glory.
2013 was the year that Manly got so close, yet so far. The club will be looking to 2014 with optimism that they can go one step further.