2013 brings another year of hope for the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles. This year will bring Geoff Toovey's second year at the helm and a lot of new faces to the line up.
SIMON Reuben reviews the third round of Super League action from the northern hemisphere.
THE results from the second round of matches in the NSWRL SG Ball and Harold Matthews Cups.
THE conundrum facing Titans fans this season is rooted in the conflicting philosophies surrounding the tenure of head coach John Cartwright: could it be a case of three times lucky or will it be the slippery-dip of three strikes and you're out?
AT the start of 2010, no one (other than those in the Shire) would have ever envisaged the rapid improvement of the Cronulla team that has brought them to where they are now.
THE Sydney Roosters have today announced the signing of Luke O'Donnell to a one-year deal for 2013.
IN 2012, this season preview had predicted big things for the Bulldogs - and by September, Des had delivered.
IN a massive boost for the club ahead of kick-off to season 2013, Sydney Roosters and New South Wales halfback Mitchell Pearce has today agreed to an extended deal with the Roosters keeping him at the club until the end of 2017.
WHEN you look at it on paper Canberra seemed to have a good 2012 season...
THE second big week of the NRL pre-season is here. Read on - fixtures and results for the next week of trial action.
SEVERAL clubs have confirmed via statements this morning that they have been mentioned in the Australian Crime Commission (ACC) report into Drugs in Sport.
HYUNDAI will give away two cars to Broncos' members as they join the club in a sponsorship that will help celebrate the team's 25th anniversary.
SEA Eagles back rower Glenn Stewart will miss the first six weeks of the 2013 NRL season after having surgery on his knee.
WESTS Tigers today launched an exciting new sponsorship deal for three years with Bingo Skip Bins.
ON the morning of 19 January 2013 Brett Stewart was subjected to verbal harassment by an intoxicated patron at a venue in Manly.