FOR the first time in the summer era the top two teams from the regular season have failed in making the Grand Final...
THE Manly Warringah Sea Eagles were crowned the 2011 premiers in front of 81,988 strong ANZ Stadium crowd after defeating the New Zealand Warriors 24-10 in the Grand Final
A JORDAN Meads' field goal in the third minute of extra-time will see the Toyota Cup cross the Tasman after the New Zealand Warriors claimed the title with a 31-30 victory over the North Queensland Cowboys
THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have collected their third premiership in the NSW Cup Grand Final with a last play win over the Auckland Vulcans 30-28.
THE Hunter Sports Group are pleased to confirm former captain Danny Buderus will return home to play his final year
KHALID Deeb headed a long list of awardees at Newtown's annual presentation night.
INTERNATIONAL second-rower Gareth Ellis has today set a benchmark that will be hard to beat after winning the Wests Tigers Player of the Year award for the third consecutive season.
SOME Grand Final thoughts...
THE Wakefield Trinity Wildcats are pleased to inform fans that 5 new exciting signings are on their way to the club!
HUDDERSFIELD Giants have secured the signing of talented half-back Jack Miller, who forms part of the clubs plans going forward.
IF you've got a ticket to this year's sold-out NRL Grand Final on Sunday, this is a run-down (to the minute!) of what to expect when the gates are flung open at ANZ Stadium...
WELL folks, this is it, the big one, the one we have all been waiting for. And after a month of electric finals action we are left with the seasons top two teams in the Bulldogs and the Vulcans!
VIC wonders if nice guys really can finish first.
AND then there were two. Paul Mitry previews the big one - the 2011 NRL Telstra Premiership GRAND FINAL between the Sea Eagles and Warriors.