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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.
IN 2013 the Sharks had assembled arguably the best pack in the comp coupled with improved backs and a halves combination that complimented each other well. The fact they made the finals was not at all a surprise.
WHAT a difference a year makes. Canterbury-Bankstown were flying high 12 months ago, enjoying a solid pre-season after having surged into the 2012 Grand Final on the back of Des Hasler's first season as head coach of the club.
CANBERRA fans must think they are stuck in some continuous loop with the constant failures both on and off the field in the last few years tempered by the occasional finals appearance...
ONE of Australia’s largest superannuation funds, Cbus Super, is the new naming rights partner of the Stadiums Queensland venue at Robina
PENRITH Panthers is pleased to announce that Sportingbet has taken over the naming rights of their home ground, which from today will be known as Sportingbet Stadium.
FIJI have produced a dominant display to seal a semi-final date with Australia after defeating Samoa 22 points to 4 in front of 12,766 fans at the Halliwell Jones Stadium in Warrington.
THE Parramatta Eels' spiritual home at Parramatta Stadium has a new name, with Pirtek signing the stadium's first-ever naming rights deal!
THE Sydney Roosters have marched into the 2013 Grand Final as they powered through a heart strong Newcastle Knights pack, they claimed a 40-14 victory at Allianz Stadium in front of 37,752.
WESTS Tigers are pleased to announce that ANZ Stadium will become one of the Club's Stadium partners for home games from 2014 onwards.
CRONULLA will be confident going into their elimination final against North Queensland after dealing with the Raiders 38-18 in front of 7,615 fans at Canberra.
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.
CRONULLA have produced a 26 point first half display to roll over the first placed Roosters 32 points to 22 in front of 11,418 fans at Shark Park.
BRISBANE have continued their charge to a finals appearance after a workmen-like 22-12 win over the Parramatta Eels in front of 24,607 fans at Suncorp Stadium.
THE Sydney Roosters registered their 50th win over the Penrith Panthers in the NRL after beating them 42 points to 6 in front of 11,879 fans at Centrebet Stadium.