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.
THE National Rugby League (NRL), the Hunter Sports Group (HSG) and the Members Club are continuing to work through a unified business model for the Newcastle Knights.
THE Sharks have been made aware of the latest developments relating to Andrew Fifita
THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have today advised Andrew Fifita’s management that he will not be playing for the Club
ALL the results from the weekend's action across the three main grades in Queensland, including Round 5 of the Intrust Super Cup. Thanks go to the QRL.
AFTER round 7 only St Helens have a 100% record as they ended Leeds Rhinos unbeaten start to season in a pulsating game at Langtree Park.
IN response to some media reports regarding player Tim Grant, Panthers Executive General Manager Rugby League Phil Gould today confirms that Tim will not be leaving the club.
ALEX McKinnon has made a small advancement in his recovery on Sunday.
ON an emotional afternoon at Hunter Stadium the Newcastle Knights have thumped a rudderless Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 30 points to nil in front of 18,196 fans.
ALL the results from Round 4 of the VB NSW Cup, and Round 2 of the Ron Massey Cup & True Blue Chemicals Sydney Shield - all thanks to NSWRL.
A surprise result has seen the Canberra Raiders capitalise on a first half shut-out of the South Sydney Rabbitohs today at ANZ Stadium, eventually winning 30-18 in front of more than 16,000 fans.
SOME years ago the Newcastle Knights had a club song titled "It's More Than a Game". These words will surely be in the minds of everyone at Hunter Stadium this Sunday afternoon as the Newcastle faithful flock out in their droves to not only watch a game of rugby league, but to honour the man who's been in everyone's thoughts this week - Alex McKinnon.
THE Canterbury Bulldogs have had a very successful road trip to Perth, coming away with a 46-12 thrashing over the Melbourne Storm in front of just over 12,000 people at NIB Stadium.
THE Parramatta Eels have recorded their second victory of the 2014 NRL season with a solid performance defeating the Penrith Panthers 32-16 at Pirtek Stadium.
A rampaging New Zealand Warriors have run over the top of the Wests Tigers to record a 42-18 win in front of a bumper crowd of 22,512 at Westpac Stadium in Wellington.