PANTHERS NYC player Jake Galvin has today been released from the final year of his contract with the club.
THE St George Illawarra Dragons are proud to announce two important partnership agreements ahead of the 2013 season with Jeep becoming above-number sponsor and Alfa Romeo becoming rear-shorts sponsor until at least the end of 2014 respectively.
WITH the off-season well and truly underway, our team of writers has taken a look back at each clubs fortune and misfortune in the 2012 season - from cellar dwellers Parramatta through to premiers Melbourne.
FAST forward to 2012 and the Storm are back in the winner
ENGLAND international Scott Moore will be a North Queensland Cowboy for the next two years after finalising his move from Super League to the NRL.
WOW. Was anyone expecting that? What a season for the Belmore boys!
THE St George Illawarra Dragons on Friday announced the signing of Michael Henderson to a one-year contract that will see him re-join the Club next season until at least the end of 2013.
THE South Sydney Rabbitohs set out to become the pride of the league once again in 2012, and they nearly fulfilled their self-proclaimed prophecy...
THE Folau issue is now a test for the ARLC...
GOLD Coast utility back Dominique Peyroux has today become the fourth new player signed by the Vodafone Warriors for the 2013 NRL season.
FORMER Brisbane Broncos and Melbourne Storm player Israel Folau has parted ways with the GWS Giants two years early at a press conference today.
JOEL Thompson has continued his outstanding off-field work this year by recently graduating with a Certificate 2 in Indigenous Leadership.
THE Manly Warringah Sea Eagles have bolstered their forward pack for 2013, signing former Gold Coast Titan Brenton Lawrence to a three-year deal.
CONFIRMATION today that iSelect Titans centre, winger Dominique Peyroux and forward Brenton Lawrence have both secured three year deals with the Warriors and Manly NRL clubs respectively and will join their new teams for the start of the 2013 pre-season c
THE Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles may have lost their coach and some background staff, but they still started the season as the Premiers - and were determined to go back to back.