PARRAMATTA'S Nathan Hindmarsh will captain the 2011 Prime Minister's XIII announced today to play Papua New Guinea in Lae on Sunday week (Sept 25).
KURT Gidley was tonight named the Newcastle Knights NRL 2011 Player of the Year.
THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Toyota Cup side heads to Brisbane on Saturday for a must win second semi final against the Melbourne Storm.
WE bring you all the teams for this weekend's finals series action across the four major grades - NRL, Toyota Cup and NSW Cup Semi Finals, as well as the QRL Intrust Super Cup Preliminary Finals.
RESULTS from the Intrust Super Cup, FOGS Cup and FOGS Colts semi finals.
THE Australian Rugby League has today added eight players from the Newcastle Knights and North Queensland Cowboys to the combined Prime Ministers XIII and VB Kangaroos train-on squad.
SIMON Reuben gives us a rundown of the last regular season round of the ESL.
IN an NRL first, the Pirtek Parramatta Eels will bring their fans unprecedented access to discounted local business services and activities through its dedicated daily deals online platform -
MAXIMISING the benefits of an open finals contest...
WE'VE broken down the future of the Finals Series' across all four major grades. Read this article to find out who's playing when and where in the coming weeks in NRL, Toyota Cup, NSW Cup and the QRL.
THE Melbourne Storm have fought off a late comeback to defeat the Knights 18-8 in front of a 14800 crowd at AAMI Park
RESULTS from the first week of finals action in the NSW Cup. Thanks to the NSWRL.
SCANS and X-rays have cleared North Queensland Toyota Cowboys back-rower Cory Paterson of a serious neck injury after he was taken to hospital following last night's NRL qualifying final against Manly.
SUDDEN death football is a wonderful incentive for most. But tonight the Cowboys have fallen embarrassingly to the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 42-8 after a massive second half effort at the Sydney Football Stadium.
THE New Zealand Warriors travelled to Suncorp Stadium to take on the Brisbane Broncos and a 48,943 strong Brisbane crowd in the qualifying finals, the Warriors left with a nervous wait after going down 40-10 to the Broncos