JOSH Morris will return to the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs line up in Friday's Reconciliation Cup match against the North Queensland Cowboys at ANZ Stadium.
THE Canberra Raiders expect Josh Dugan, Jarrod Croker and Bronson Harrison to recover from injury and take their places against the Newcastle Knights on Sunday afternoon.
WINGER Kalifa Faifai Loa will have to pass a fitness test before he is cleared to play for the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys in Friday night's round 22 NRL match against the Canterbury Bulldogs at ANZ Stadium.
JETSTAR Gold Coast Titans duo Steve Michaels and Will Matthews have been recalled to a new-look line-up for Saturday night's away clash against the Cronulla Sharks.
TUESDAY'S Expert recaps all the results from Round Twenty-one of the NRL, plus all the votes for each game in LeagueUnlimited's Player of the Year Award.
ALL the action from the weekend's QRL rounds in ISC, FOGS and FOGS Colts.
ROUND 21 of the Telstra Premiership wrapped up at Parramatta Stadium tonight with the Melbourne Storm coming back from 18 points down to run out 22-18 victors over a gallant Parramatta Eels in front of 10,098 fans.
FULL review of Round 23 ESL action from the northern hemisphere thanks to Simon Reuben.
A special Weight & Age division of the NSWRL All Schools tournament will be trialled for the first time as Australia's biggest junior Rugby League event of the year kicks off today.
THE 2011 running of the Koori Cup is set down to take place at Campbelltown Sports Stadium this Friday with 12 sides competing to be crowned champions.
DARREN Lockyer will celebrate his amazing milestone of 349 NRL games at Suncorp Stadium this Saturday with more club members present in the crowd than at any stage of his glittering 17-season career.
VODAFONE Warriors chief executive Wayne Scurrah today confirmed Brian McClennan as the Vodafone Warriors' new head coach.
CANTERBURY-BANKSTOWN Bulldogs captain Andrew Ryan has today confirmed he will retire from Rugby League at the conclusion of the 2011 season.
ROUND 21 results from the New South Wales Cup and the Bundaberg Red Cup.
THE South Sydney Rabbitohs have come back from an early 20 point deficit to defeat the Dragons 34-24 in front of a 18,980 strong crowd