AFTER a week eating fried scorpions in China, Patrick Avenell returns to give us his thoughts of the week gone by...
ALL the teams, fixtures and referees for round twelve of the 2010 National Rugby League Telstra Premiership, with plenty of players back on deck across the weekend after Origin duty.
THE Newtown Jets and Melbourne Storm provided a display at Henson Park on Saturday that was a superb advertisement for the second-tier level of Rugby League football. Newtown won 24-10 after leading 12-0 at half-time, and had to survive a determined fight
ALL the round 10 action from the Intrust Cup, Fogs Cup, Fogs Colt challenge and XXXX cup.
WHO would want to be an NRL coach???
TUESDAY'S Expert recaps the games from Round Eleven, the 2010 Leagueunlimited Player of the Year Leaderboard and the Expert's brief thoughts on Origin One.
A 22 point haul by Michael Gordon has helped Penrith defeat the Bulldogs tonight in front of 11,278 fans.
VODAFONE Warriors prop Sam Rapira could be back on the field in six weeks after being cleared today of a potential season-ending knee ligament injury early in the second half of yesterday's gritty 26-24 11th round NRL victory over South Sydney at Mount Sm
RICKY Stuart will likely today announce his resignation that will see him leave the embattled Cronulla Sharks club at the end of the season.
ALL the action from Europe over the weekend...
THIS Origin series is important for more reasons than one...
A courageous New Zealand Warriors have held on to defeat South Sydney 26-24 in a thrilling contest in front of almost 10,500 at Mount Smart Stadium in Auckland
THE Canberra Raiders have maintained their incredible recent record against the St George Illawarra Dragons with a comprehensive 22-14 victory at WIN Stadium this afternoon in front of 14728 fans.
MAROONS hooker Cameron Smith has been ruled out of the opening match of the 2010 State of Origin series.
CRONULLA-SUTHERLAND have come up with a solid victory tonight over a bumbling Parramatta Eels outfit tonight, holding the home side to a scoreless second half whilst running out 22-18 victors in front of over 13,000 at Parramatta Stadium