TOMORROW, Tuesday 17th May, will herald the first round of this year's Knights All Schools Knockout, a school based competition which sees 147 primary school teams and 125 high school teams go head to head.
THE Windsor Wolves brought Newtown's recent NSW Cup winning form to an abrupt end on Saturday afternoon when they defeated the Jets 24-8 at Henson Park. Newtown had led 8-6 at half-time but had failed in that first session of play to take adva
A full wrap of Round 14 action from the Engage Super League XIV in Europe.
THE Challenge from a Champion - Promote our Champions...
A whip-around of all the results for the QRL's weekend Round 8 - Intrust Super Cup, FOGS Cup and FOGS Colts Challenge.
RESULTS from the weekend of NSW Cup and Bundaberg Red Cup action Round 10.
CRONULLA have shutout the Roosters in the second half to earn a determined 18-4 victory in front of 14,459 fans at Toyota Park
NOT the prettiest win, however on a sunny Newcastle afternoon the Warriors have kept the Knights scoreless in the 2nd half to defeat the home side by 25-16 in front of a crowd of 18,158
THE New South Wales Rugby League has announced the side for the first State of Origin match against Queensland, to be played Wednesday 25 May 2011 at 8:00pm, Suncorp Stadium.
SOUTH Sydney produced the perfect first half display to defeat Wests 29 points to 18 in front of 18.245 fans at ANZ Stadium.
ON the eve of NSW origin selections, Parramatta travelled to far North Queensland to take on the Cowboys, where the Cowboys put on a fantastic last quarter spell to steal the game from Parramatta's clutches and win 40 - 26
AFTER 11 years and 8 games, the Canberra Raiders have finally won a game in Melbourne, defeating a strong Storm side 20 points to 12.
RESULTS from today's National Finals of the Junior Reps, where New South Wales champions from Canterbury and Newcastle were dominant.
THE following players have today been selected to represent the NSW Under 16's v QLD Under 16's at SUNCORP Stadium on Wednesday 25th May 2011 prior to State of Origin One.
THE Penrith Panthers have comprehensively outplayed a disappointing Brisbane Broncos outfit tonight winning 33-10 in front of a vocal home crowd.