THE rugby league community today is mourning the passing of Harry Eden who lost his battle with cancer at St George Hospital overnight, aged 64.
ON Wednesday December 14, Wests Tigers players Benji Marshall, Chris Heighington and Bronson Harrison played Santa for children in the Surgical Ward of Westmead Children
AT the ARL Board Meeting (Tuesday 12th Dec) following months of negotiation with the WARL, a motion was passed to allow a WA team to participate in either the Jim Beam Cup or the QLD Wizard Cup in 2008 ongoing.
NEW franchise Gold Coast Titans are set to pounce after utility back Mat Rogers was today released from the final year of his contract with the Australian Rugby Union (ARU) and New South Wales Waratahs for personal reasons.
PENDING the outcome of a scheduled meeting tomorrow between current Wallaby Utility Mat Rogers, the New South Wales Waratahs and the Australian Rugby Union, Jetstar Gold Coast Titans Managing Director Michael Searle this afternoon announced that the Gold
MEMBERS will be invited to renew their memberships for 2007 by email or by post after the 22nd January.
HE may be a Blue to his core, but New South Wales State of Origin mentor Graham Murray will help kickstart the career of some of Queensland
FOGS COMPETITION 2007
QUEENSLAND WIZARD CUP DRAW 2007
THE BRISBANE Broncos could turn to Redcliffe high school teacher Mick Roberts as a possible dummy-half option next season.
RUGBY league record-breaker Greg Bourke has announced his retirement.
THE St George Illawarra Dragons were today advised that Wes Naiqama pleaded guilty in Waverley Court for driving while disqualified last month and that he is due to appear in court again in February next year.
AFTER an eight year wait it seems Gold Coasters are determined not to miss a minute of NRL action when the Jetstar Gold Coast Titans take to the field in 2007.
HIS BLOOD-curdling Queenslander war cry is synonymous with
State of Origin. Now Billy Moore is back with the QRL as the new Operations Manager for the Sunshine Coast and South Burnett.
A RECORD 560 attendees will flood the Queensland Rugby League