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VODAFONE Warriors loose forward Todd Lowrie has returned to Australia after being granted a release from his contract on compassionate grounds.
ON Sunday night we got the grand final the game both needed and deserved.
THE Parramatta Eels' spiritual home at Parramatta Stadium has a new name, with Pirtek signing the stadium's first-ever naming rights deal!
THE 2013 Rugby League World Cup kicks off on October 26th at the
JUNIOR Kangaroos and Kiwi Squads for this Sunday's test match at WIN Jubilee Oval in Kogarah have been selected.
THE Sydney Roosters have won the Provan-Summons trophy for 2013 with a hard fought 26-18 win over the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles.
THE Penrith Panthers have run away with the 2013 NYC Premiership, after holding out the New Zealand Warriors 42-30 at ANZ Stadium.
THE Cronulla Sharks have secured the 2013 VB NSW Cup Premiership with a heavy defeat of the Windsor Wolves 36-8 at ANZ Stadium.
WIGAN Warriors produced the biggest comeback in Super League Grand Final history to complete a League and Cup double as Warrington Wolves suffered a second successive defeat at Old Trafford.
THE 2013 NRL Grand Final is a gift from the heavens; a gift to those of us who
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THE Sharks have acquired the services of Dragon Matt Prior, with the Grand Final winning forward today signing a two year deal with the club beginning in 2014.
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SHARKS fullback Michael Gordon has beaten off the challenge of a number of worthy contenders in being named the Monty Porter Medalist and Pontifex Sharks Player of the Year at the club
FOUR players from the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs and one from the Canberra Raiders have been added to the Junior Kiwis train-on squad following the weekends results in the Holden Cup. That takes the current number in the squad to 24.