RAIDERS and ALLBIDS Queensland flood appeal The Canberra Raiders and ALLBIDS are doing there bit to help in the Queensland Governments Premiers flood appeal, by setting up a charity auction with a number of items donated by Raiders players and
HUDDERSFIELD Giants have secured the playing contract of Australian centre/wing Jamie Simpson on a three year contract. The 24 year old has been released a year early by South Sydney Rabbitohs to pursue a UK option.
PIRTEK Parramatta Eels heading to Queensland to aid flood relief in Ipswich...
A full list of trials to be played during the 2011 National Rugby League pre-season, including results and links to match reports.
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Last season Tom Hemingway equalled Jim Sullivan's 1925 goal kicking record, when he converted all of Blackpool's tries in their 132-0 destruction of Gateshead Thunder: a haul of 22 goals.
THE North Queensland Toyota Cowboys express their concern and sympathy for those affected by the floods in central and south-east Queensland and will donate $20,000 to the Premier's Flood Relief Appeal in assistance.
NSW Blues Coach Ricky Stuart has today announced a 51 man squad which will be invited to attend a 'Blues in Waiting' camp at Homebush in January.
THE departure of talented stand-off Kyle Briggs to The Bulls is a classic example of what the
LEAGUE Unlimited is pledging its support to the victims, families and friends of the Queensland floods
WAKEFIELD Wildcats are delighted to inform fans that The Club have successfully been awarded commissioning from Wakefield Council to continue the delivery of The Wildcats Learning Zone.
RAIDERS support David Boyle Fundraiser. The Canberra Raiders are calling on all fans past and present, to support past player David Boyle, by attending the fundraiser for the former Raider on Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th of January in Bermagui on the Sou
WAKEFIELD Wildcats are delighted to announce that Heart Research UK have extended their partnership with the Club for a further 3 years.
THE Canberra Raiders will welcome former Dally M winning halfback Matt Orford to training this week, after he agreed to join the club for the 2011 season, subject to the final completion of his release from England.
IT'S an invitation no amateur or junior club in the area would want to miss out on.
NEW Zealand Rugby League chief executive Jim Doyle today revealed player numbers had increased by more than 50 per cent this year capping off one of the best seasons in the game's history in this country.