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JOHN Ribot has today announced he is standing down as executive director and chief executive of Melbourne Storm, but will continue to have a close involvement with the National Rugby League club.
MELBOURNE Storm will break from tradition when it stages its annual Family Day tonight, with thousands of Storm fans poised to march through Melbourne?s CBD.
IN another boost for Oki Jubilee Stadium, Kogarah's Liberal Party candidates have expressed their support for the next stage of improvements to the Dragons` spiritual home. If elected by Kogarah ratepayers on March 27, the Liberal Party candidates will throw their full support behind the next stage of enhancements that will further transform the famous venue.
PLENTY of tickets are still available for the tonight's opening game of the Telstra Premiership between the Panthers and the Knights at Penrith Stadium.
MELBOURNE Storm chief executive John Ribot has reportedly been sacked on the eve of the NRL season's kickoff.
BRISBANE Broncos legend Allan Langer is back at the club - but not as a player. The veteran halfback has been called in to training by coach Wayne Bennett to help fine-tune the game of Brett Seymour, who lines up against Stacey Jones when the Broncos play the Warriors at Suncorp Stadium on Sunday.
TESTS today have revealed that Melbourne Storm halfback Matt Orford is not suffering from a blood clot to the brain, but in fact has an inner-ear infection, as first diagnosed two weeks ago.
THE National Rugby League competition is not expected to expand beyond its 15 teams, with submissions from the Central Coast, Gold Coast and Wellington expected to be knocked on the head next month.
THE St.George Bank Dragons have moved quickly to fill the sleeve sponsorship left vacant by the upgrading of St.George Bank to Major Sponsor last Friday, announcing today that Globe Project Group has agreed to terms.
MELBOURNE Storm halfback Matt Orford will continue to undergo neurological testing this afternoon for swelling of the brain.
IT would appear that Steve Mortimer is losing control of the Bulldogs, with confirmation that his pleas for players to look more presentable when being interviewed by police fell on deaf ears.
STAR Melbourne halfback Matt Orford will pay a visit to his local neurologist this morning in order to gain a clearance to play in his club's season-opener against Newcastle on Sunday week.