A quick look at the big news from the naming of the teams for Round 17.
ALL the teams across the Tuesday rush for Round 17 of the 2011 NRL Telstra Premiership, including State of Origin III lineups as they come to hand.
ALL the teams for Round 17 of the Toyota Cup NYC for 2011.
ALL the teams for NRL, Toyota Cup, Bundaberg Red Cup this weekend.
PIRTEK Parramatta Eels forward Mitchell Allgood will make his second start for the Club this Friday while Manase Manuokafoa has received his first call-up of the 2011 season, in a number of changes to the side.
DENE Halatau starts at hooker with Ben Roberts to come onto the interchange bench when the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs take on the Penrith Panthers at Centrebet Stadium on Saturday night.
MELBOURNE Storm Captain and new Special Olympics Ambassador, Cameron Smith, met up with three incredible athletes recently at Storm's home ground, AAMI Park.
ST. George Bank Dragons captain Ben Hornby will be amongst up to eight new additions returning to action to face the Newcastle Knights at the newly redeveloped WIN Stadium, Wollongong this Sunday.
THE Canberra Raiders have made just one change to their side for the match against the Roosters on Monday night, with Tom Learoyd-Lahrs returning to the starting side for the injured David Shillington.
QUEENSLAND have named their team, for the final State of Origin contest in 2011.
THE South Sydney Rabbitohs and second rower David Taylor will plead guilty but challenge the grading of a dangerous throw charge received from a tackle made during last Friday's victory over the Brisbane Broncos.
THE Townsville leg of the Learn Earn Legend! Indigenous Youth Summits, hosted by the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys, will be held on Wednesday.
TUESDAY'S Expert recaps all the results from Round Sixteen of the NRL, plus all the votes for each game in LeagueUnlimited's Player of the Year Award.
THE Hunter Sports Group today confirmed the takeover of the Newcastle Knights was proceeding and would be completed in the near future.
SATURDAY'S fine weather attracted a big crowd to Henson Park for the NSW Cup double-header as the Sharks and Jets came out victorious.