THE ARL Junior Kangaroos have tonight won their opening tour match against the Junior Kiwis at Westpac Stadium in Wellington, running out 24-16 winners.
TELIKOM PNG Kumuls coach Stanley Gene believes there are more than enough positives to take out of the Kumuls' 42-0 loss to Australia ahead of their clash against New Zealand this Saturday in Rotorua.
THE Packer return will do Rugby League no favours...
IN front of a disappointing 11,308 Parramatta Stadium crowd, Australia opened their Four Nations campaign by emphatically defeating the Papua New Guinea side 42-0
NEW Zealand have withheld a brief second half England comeback to register a 24-10 victory in their Four Nations opener at Wellington's Westpac Stadium.
A double from Australian fullback Dane Gagai has helped the Junior Kangaroos to a 24-16 win over the Junior Kiwis at Westpac Stadium, Wellington.
RECALLED Kiwi Shaun Kenny-Dowall's year hit another high point in Wellington yesterday (Thursday) when he collected the premier Player of the Year award at the New Zealand Rugby League's annual awards.
THE Papua New Guinea Rugby Football League has announced the following Telikom PNG Kumuls team to play Australia in their opening match of the Four Nations Tournament at Parramatta Stadium on Sunday, October 24.
WITH the dust having finally settled on the NRL season, it's time to look forward to the upcoming Four Nations tournament - it promises to be intriguing viewing..
THE Independent Commission draws closer - but issues remain to be resolved...
THE Sydney Roosters' Ben Jones has today been named captain of the ARL Junior Kangaroos for the upcoming two match series against the Junior Kiwis.
THE ARL gets the Folau issue right!
THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Rugby League Club is delighted to announce that Canterbury International will provide the Club's on-field apparel range for the next four years.
NSW COUNTRY almost provided a grandstand finish to a quality international against the Cook Islands at Tamworth's Scully Park on Saturday night but couldn't quite reel the visitors in.
IN today's International double-header at Mt Smart Stadium, New Zealand Maori drew with England 18-all, while New Zealand slammed Samoa 50-6 as both the Kiwis and English aim up for the Four Nations tournament.