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WESTS Tigers wish to make a statement on behalf of Club Captain Robbie Farah in response to media reports regarding his relationship with Head Coach Tim Sheens.
THE following is a statement from Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs chief executive Todd Greenberg.
WESTS Tigers can confirm former player Todd Payten appeared in Downing Centre Local Court today and pleaded guilty to a charge of
ST George Illawarra Dragons CEO Peter Doust On Wednesday issued the following regarding the signing of Tim Moltzen:
THE Board of the Australian Rugby League met today and resolved to support the 16 NRL Clubs in their funding application.
THE Wakefield Trinity Wildcats have issued a statement after the sentencing of Greg Johnson this morning at Bradford Crown Court.
FOLLOWING a request from Todd Carney and his manager David Riolo, the Sydney Roosters have agreed today to release Todd from the final year of his contract with the Club.
THE Manly Sea Eagles will take further advice overnight before deciding if the club will fight charges laid against players from last Friday's round 25 match against Melbourne Storm at Brookvale Oval.
FOLLOWING a request from Todd Carney and his manager for an extension before meeting the Sydney Roosters board, the Roosters have today agreed to wait until the completion of their season to conclude the matter.
THE Pirtek Parramatta Eels today wish to advise that an altercation between Jarryd Hayne and a patron that occurred at Beach Haus nightclub on Saturday night has been resolved between the two parties.
THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Rugby League Club has terminated the contract of Ryan Tandy, effective immediately.
THE Newcastle Knights Chief Executive Officer Steve Burraston makes the following statement in relation Kade Snowden.
THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have this afternoon excused player Ryan Tandy from all Club duties, including his playing and training obligations.
FURTHER to reports in today's Townsville Bulletin, the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys confirm that the club could be forced to move their 2011 Cowboys v Storm home game from Dairy Farmers Stadium.
THE Board of the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys and Johnathan Thurston have met to resolve the issues arising from the incident in Brisbane in September.