THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs today confirmed the signing of Australian and New South Wales representative, Brett Morris, on a four year contract, through until the end of 2018.
THERE is no off season here at LeagueUnlimited, and it appears that the cream of the rugby league world doesn't get much time off either. Four Nations kicks off this weekend with a double header in Brisbane and both games shape as intriguing viewing.
SOUTH Sydney District Rugby League Football Club has announced changes to it's ownership
THE Penn Family announced today that they had agreed to terms with the Quantum Group to buy their stake in the Sea Eagles effective immediately.
THE teamlists are flowing in for the first matches of the 2014 Four Nations tournament!
THE Titans have agreed to release backs Albert Kelly and Maurice Blair to take up the opportunity to play together as halves in the English Super League.
FOUR Nations Match Officials Convenor Tony Archer has confirmed the match officials for the tournament, which begins on October 25.
TITANS CEO Graham Annesley said today the club accepts the decision of the NRL to impose a fine of $300,000 ($75,000 of which is suspended)
THE Gold Coast Titans have been docked four NRL competition points and fined $300,000 for salary cap breaches, with the loss of points and a quarter of the fine suspended.
NRL Chief Executive Dave Smith said today he was disappointed the game was losing Jarryd Hayne but said every person was entitled to pursue their dreams.
FOR the past 24 months I've been thinking about having a crack in the NFL, and over the last 12 months I've been seriously considering it.
THE Australian Rugby League Commission has today selected the following players to represent the Holden Kangaroos in the Four Nations tournament.
THE Canberra Raiders are excited to announce the signing of Wests Tiger Blake Austin on a deal which will see him at the club for the next three seasons commencing 2015.
THE Panthers are delighted to announce that OAK has re-signed as the club's major sponsor for the next two years, in a deal that caps off a stellar 2014 season both on, and off the field.
BEN Flower has today apologised for the punches that led to his sending off in Saturday's Super League Grand Final.