Wally slams Karmichael

LEWIS says Hunt in it for the money; loyalty dead...

A Poll Lotta Love

I can't get my mind off polls this week, writes Kalon Huett.

Hunt to switch codes

BRONCOS fullback set to take up AFL...

Off the Wall

THE days of alcohol sponsorship are limited...

Toyota Cup Teams - Round 21

TOYOTA Cup Teams, fixtures and referees for round 21, 2009.

Mullen named for Knights

NEWCASTLE Knights have named their First Grade & Toyota Cup team's for their clash against the Sydney Roosters. Jarrod Mullen will return from a Ankle Injury whilst Kurt Gidley has been named to play this week after being a late omission from the t

Dragons name squad to face Storm

WAYNE Bennett has today named the same squad that travelled to New Zealand with the exception of Luke Priddis, for the Dragons clash with the Storm for the Emergency Services Cup at WIN Jubilee Oval, Kogarah this Friday night.

NRL teams - hot off the wire! Round 21

NRL Teams, fixtures and referees for round 21, 2009.

Bailey in rare switch for Cowboys clash

JETSTAR Gold Coast Titans co-captain Luke Bailey will make the rare switch from prop to the backrow for Friday night

Eels Unchanged Again

THE Pirtek Parramatta Eels have again named an unchanged line up ahead of Sunday's round 21 Telstra Premiership clash against Cronulla at Toyota Stadium.

Evarn Tuimavave returns for 100th NRL appearance

PROP Evarn Tuimavave is set to make his long-awaited 100th NRL appearance in the Vodafone Warriors

Toyota Cup Wrap - Round 20

CHECK out all of the results from Round 20 of the Toyota Cup National Youth Competition.

Tuesday

TUESDAY'S Expert wraps up all the NRL match results. LeagueUnlimited.com Players of the Match! Leader board update: With just six rounds to play, Jamie Soward (Dragons) and Jarryd Hayne (Eels) are neck-and-neck at the top of the LeagueUnlimited.com Leade

Rabbitohs roll Roosters for Ron Coote Cup

THE South Sydney Rabbitohs have overcome arch-rivals the Sydney Roosters tonight for the first time at ANZ Stadium, victors 40-20 in front of 11,031 fans.

The Jets miss out on two critical competition points

THE Newtown Jets missed an opportunity to consolidate their place in the NSW Cup top eight when they went down narrowly to Windsor on Saturday night by 30-28.

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