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PARRAMATTA have put themselves on the cusp of the top eight after a scintillating attacking display out-pointing the Cronulla Sharks 42-24 in front of 12,541 fans at Parramatta Stadium.
THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have made NRL history at ANZ Stadium as they become the team to claim three successive victories by just a single point
PARRAMATTA have recorded a tense 14-12 victory over the reigning premiers, the Sydney Roosters in front of 15,312 fans at Pirtek Stadium tonight.
GOLD Coast have recorded their third victory for season 2014 with a narrow 13-12 win over the North Queensland Cowboys in front of 9,482 fans at CBUS Super Stadium in Robina.
A look at the Panthers v Bulldogs VB NSW Cup clash this Saturday at Sportingbet Stadium, Penrith.
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.
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...
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.
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