PENRITH Panthers have started off their season in stylish fashion with a heart stopping 24-18 win over a fast finishing Canterbury at Pepper Stadium this afternoon.
A first half try blitz has seen the Sydney Roosters kick off 2015 with a 28-4 victory over the North Queensland Cowboys at 1300SMILES Stadium this evening.
A Pat Richards field goal in the 79th minute has sealed the game for the Wests Tigers, as they scraped a win from the embattled Gold Coast Titans, 19-18.
NEWCASTLE have engineered a comeback, to register a 24-14 victory over the New Zealand Warriors in front of 16,146 fans at Hunter Stadium.
MANLY-WARRINGAH Sea Eagles half, Daly Cherry-Evans ended speculation on Friday Night as he announced he has signed a three year deal with the Gold Coast Titans.
THE Parramatta Eels went into Round 1 with question marks over how they would perform without the services of Jarryd Hayne who has found a contract in the NFL. However, the Blue and Gold stood strong as they stunned the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles, 42-12 at Pirtek Stadium in front of 18,718 fans.
NEWCASTLE Knights utility Tyler Randell has agreed to terms of a two-year contract extension.
ISSUE #8 of The Bush Telegraph highlights the upcoming Bathurst NRL game and event info, a Holiday Inn Accommodation Offer and the Real NRL Charity Shield Cessnock VS Kurri Kurri.
ALL the action for the first round of the Intrust Super Cup previewed by the Queensland Rugby League!
A full preview of the opening round of the 2015 VB NSW Cup season courtesy the folks at NSWRL.com.au
LEAGUEUNLIMITED'S newest weekly column, the Prism, will take on the current big issues in Rugby League, as well as delving back through archives to hit you with some nostalgia. This week, Vox looks at nuggety lock/five-eighth Graeme O'Grady.
SOUTH Sydney have started 2015 where they left off in 2014, just rolling over opposition. They defeated the Broncos 36-6 in front of 36,057 fans at Suncorp Stadium.
NRL Head of Football Todd Greenberg says a strong desire to support match officials is behind changes to the Code of Conduct regarding the ability of coaches, players and officials to comment publicly on match officials.
DEEP heat, warm beer, pies that are still cold in the middle, and screaming old ladies… all of this can mean only one thing-footy is finally back! It's seemed a long, long off season but we're about to get this thing happening!
THE 2015 season promises to be as exciting as any other that we have witnessed.