ONE of the interesting stories in 2011 will be to see how Bellamy and his chargers go about their quest of redemption.
THE St George Illawarra Dragons have proven too classy for the South Sydney Rabbitohs, claiming their first Charity Shield since 2007 with a 32-10 victory at ANZ Stadium.
FORMER greats Les Johns and Paul Langmack have been awarded Life Membership of the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs at today's Annual General Meeting.
THE Jetstar Gold Coast Titans succumbed to a disappointing loss in their first trial match of the season, going down to the Brisbane Broncos 42-18 in front of a crowd of 3,500 at Wynnum.
IN the second annual All Stars contest, the NRL representatives have prevailed 28 points to 12 in front of 25,843 people at Skilled Park.
AN entertaining day of Rugby League at Leichhardt Oval has seen the Canterbury Bulldogs defeat the Sydney Roosters 24-22.
THE Pirtek Parramatta have played their first game of 2011 under new coach Stephen Kearney, with the young side going down to a strong Warriors team 24-4 at Rotorua International Stadium.
SPIRIT of 1873 Ltd is delighted to announce that it has today reached an agreement with O'Hara's, the administrators of Wakefield Trinity Rugby League Football Club Limited, to acquire the Wakefield Trinity Wildcats.
MANLY, Cronulla, Melbourne, North Queensland and Wests Tigers all roared into action in tonights NRL pre-season trial matches.
YESTERDAY, on the pitch of the Gilbert Brutus Stadium, Bruno Castany, the Director of Sport and Vocational Training of the Dragons brought together twenty-two young people under 15 years old, coming from clubs from within the Department.
THE Canberra Raiders have set a new membership record, sailing past last year's total and previous record of 6134 to hit 6220 with a month left before the first home match of the season.
THE Newcastle Knights are pleased to announce they have finalised their 2011 sponsorship properties by announcing WesTrac Pty Ltd as back of jersey sponsors.
THE Board of the New South Wales Rugby League has today extended an invitation to the Canberra Club.
THE Jetstar Titans' headquarters was lit up with pyrotechnics and larger than life lighting displays as the club staged the first formal introduction of the full playing squad for the 2011 season.
YOUNG hooker Eloi Pelissier who signed his first professional contract last week after his good performances during the pre season friendly games is for the first time named in the 19 man squad.