A season with so much promise was dealt several body blows before a ball had even been kicked in 2010 for the Newcastle Knights.
THE Parramatta Eels, despite having a season filled with many issues and inconsistency, still managed to give their fans small slices of entertainment when they performed to their best...
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THE Coal & Allied Newcastle Knights and NSW NCA The Gardens are proud to announce they are joining forces for an exciting opportunity to raise money for charity through the deeds of a racing greyhound, named
NATIONAL construction, consulting and urban development company BMD Group has extended its sponsorship of the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys, re-signing as a Silver Sponsor for an additional two years.
THE Inglis saga is not a good look...
CANBERRA Raiders player Joel Monaghan has resigned from the club today, but has been told by club management he will always be welcome at Raiders HQ.
HOW you fare in your first match is often a good precursor as to how you your season will pan out. For Canterbury-Bankstown, that could not have been more true.
AFTER a tumultuous season in 2009, the Sharks were not expected to be high achievers, if anything, many expected them to sink lower. And in some sense, they may have...
IN response to a number of media enquiries regarding Greg Inglis, Melbourne Storm CEO, Mr Ron Gauci, would like to make the following statement:
THE criticism of rugby league after the scenes at Eden Park on Saturday night is unfair. From Sir Peter Charles Leitch, Ambassador NZRL
A 44,324 strong Eden Park crowd came out to see Australia overpower New Zealand 34 points to 20. Despite the game essentially being a dead rubber, there was a fair bit of feeling in it.
ENGLAND have finished their Four Nations campaign with a comfortable but unconvincing 36-10 win over Papua New Guinea in a scrappy clash at Eden Park.
THE Board of the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys and Johnathan Thurston have met to resolve the issues arising from the incident in Brisbane in September.
JOEL Monaghan has issued a statement through his manager Jim Banaghan today expressing both remorse and disgust at an alcohol fuelled prank that led to images being circulated across social networks today.