NORTH Queensland Toyota Cowboys players James Tamou and Blake Leary have been suspended for one week by the club's leadership group for breaking team rules.
WAYNE Bennett has today announced he will coach the Newcastle Knights on a four-year deal beginning in 2012.
WAYNE Bennett has today ended months of speculation, with the Tinkler Sports Group announcing he will be joining the Newcastle Knights for a four year deal rumoured to be worth $5 million.
THE first edition of the Toyota Cup Wrap, covering all eight u20 matches played over the previous weekend.
TUESDAY'S Expert recaps all the results from Round Five plus Johnathan Thurston increases his lead at the top of the Player of the Year Leaderboard.
THE Auckland Vulcans, featuring a number of Vodafone Warriors players, ensured a painful trip home for the Newtown Jets as they trounced the visitors 60-10 in Saturday's New South Wales Cup clash at Mount Smart Stadium.
THE Brisbane Broncos continued their impressive record of not conceding any second half points in the first 5 rounds of 2011 in their impressive 17-6 victory in front of 24,522 brave fans on a wet and slippery night at Suncorp Stadium
HIGHLY-RATED Gold Coast hooker Nathan Friend will link up with the Vodafone Warriors next season on a two-year contract with an option for 2014.
THE North Queensland Toyota Cowboys will be out and about at district schools again on Tuesday and Wednesday as part of the Stockland Townsville Adopt-a-School program.
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ALL the action from Europe over the weekend...
AFTER a speight of tight finishes, the Easts Tigers are finally on the winner's list after a stunning last gasp 32-26 victory over Souths Logan Magpies at Davies Park.
ALL the results from Round 4 of the QRL grades - Intrust Super Cup, FOGS Cup and FOGS Colts Challenge.
ALL the results from the fifth weekend of NSWRL action including NSW Cup and Bundaberg Red Cup.
ST George Dragons showed this afternoon why they are in contention for back to back Premierships, when they convincingly defeated the Canterbury Bulldogs at the Sydney Cricket Ground by 25-6 in front of 31,122 very wet supporters