A fitting finale to a great career...
YOU cannot win a Wooden Spoon without being on the receiving end of some well-deserved criticism but in the case of NRL's 2011 cellar dwellers there is a glimmer of light emerging from the darkness. Read on to review the season past and receive a glimpse
THE curtain has officially closed on the 2011 Rugby League season, as the Australian Kangaroos claimed the Four Nations final 30-8 in front of a massive crowd at Elland Road of 34,147.
PAUL Mitry previews the final of the Four Nations between England and Australia.
THE North Queensland Toyota Cowboys will play in new Indigenous and Heritage jerseys, as well as turn pink for the first time, in the 2012 NRL season.
THE Pirtek Parramatta Eels wish to advise Paul Osborne has this evening announced he will leave his role of Chief Executive Officer of the Club at Christmas this year.
THE Clubs deserve better leadership...
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THE Board of the Parramatta National Rugby League Club met tonight to receive the report of an inquiry initiated on 6 October, 2011.
RACECOURSE Ground, Wrexham played host to an unexpectedly interesting Four Nations encounter between Australia and Wales, with the two sides coming from opposing positions to actually put on a contest which the 56-14 scoreline failed to reflect.
ENGLAND have sealed their place in the Four Nations after defeating the Kiwis 28-6 infront of a 23,447 crowd at KC Stadium
THE following is a statement from Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs chief executive Todd Greenberg.
FORMER Manly Coach Des Hasler today expressed his disappointment at the decision of the Board of Directors of the Manly Club to terminate his contract.
STATEMENT by Manly Warringah Sea Eagles Chairman, Scott Penn.
THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have agreed to release forward Grant Millington from the remainder of his playing contract to allow him to take up a two year deal with English Super League club Castleford.