Storm claim victory in match of the year
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The sixth edition of our exclusive weekly online e-magazine is here. The Front Row is your ideal guide to Round 8 of the NRL, with news, player stories, results, reports, teamlists, match stats and previews to accompany your weekend of footy viewing ahead.
In this edition, Joshua Wells speaks with injured Canterbury forward Joe Stimson as he works his way toward an NRL return next season, and we have a big double spread of the Rugby League Project's 'Rugby League Scorigami'. The usual crossword and Word Jumbles are there along with all the regular pieces too.
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Joshua Wells speaks with injured Canterbury forward Joe Stimson as he works his way toward an NRL return next season, and we have a big double spread of the Rugby League Project's 'Rugby League Scorigami'
Joshua Wells has a look at how Christian Welch is finding his feet as the Storm move forward with a relocated match this weekend, while Paul Jobber has the latest from Kalyn Ponga following his contract extension late last week.
Rick Edgerton pays tribute to Mark Hughes ahead of MHF Beanies for Brain Cancer Round, Paul Jobber chats with Andrew McCullough as he prepares to face his former club, and Joshua Wells talks to Broncos and Jillaroos champion Millie Boyle following confirmation the NRLW season will be played in 2020.
Joshua Wells speaks to Melbourne centre Brenko Lee, while Paul Jobber chats with Aidan Guerra about the Knights' solid start to 2020. We've also got a rugby league CROSSWORD!
We chat to Newcastle youngster Tex Hoy, map out how the NRL got back on the field, and discuss how the new rule changes were received in Round 3.