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Brisbane coach Anthony Seibold has defended his under-pressure halves following Friday’s 36-4 hammering by Sydney Roosters, despite some pointed criticism from two of rugby league’s greatest.
Former World Cup star turned Sydney Roosters trainer Travis Touma wound back the clock with some impressive defensive work at the SCG on Thursday night.
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Losing to the Bulldogs by a strong margin isn’t something you want on your resume this year. Unfortunately for the Tigers, it was all to real on Sunday.
NRL legend Cameron Smith has edged one step closer to the league’s biggest record, ticking off a milestone along the way.
WATCH: He was born in Queensland and grew up supporting the Maroons, but according to the Monday Bunker panel Sydney Roosters star Luke Keary shapes as NSW’s man for the future.
After missing games two and three of the Blues triumphant 2018 Origin series with a fractured jaw, Reagan Campbell-Gillard is determined to slot straight back into Brad Fittler’s NSW squad.
The NSW Blues have yet to put a line through incumbent lock Jack de Belin, despite the likelihood he’ll still be up on rape charges at the time of the series.
With 114 sleeps still to go until this year’s State of Origin series, NSW coach Brad Fittler has already revealed his selection strategy ahead of Game One.
Brisbane’s star-filled spine has been called out following a horror 36-4 loss to the Sydney Roosters. Matty Johns suggests it might be time for a change.
A bloodied and bruised Cooper Cronk was forced to leave the field following the latest ugly piece of play to strike the NRL.
Penrith Panthers coach Ivan Cleary has responded to reports of a feud with Phil Gould and the Wests Tigers with blunt responses.
Worried that your SuperCoach team might wilt under the rain? We’ve got you covered with a full wrap of everything to expect ahead of this weekend’s round 4 games.
The Countdown Show is back for Round 4 — and we’ll have BREAKING NEWS during the show.
Matty Johns has revealed just how intense the hatred was in one of rugby league’s most bitter feuds between Paul Harragon and Mark Carroll.
Million dollar man Tevita Pangai Jr has played a cruel April fools joke on Brisbane’s top powerbroker where the club’s worst nightmare briefly came true.
CARNAGE! The first and third most popular players in SuperCoach — Dylan Brown and Adam Keighran — are out. FULL 21-MAN SQUADS INSIDE.
The inspiring story of Braidon Burns, the Cowboys lacking funding – the Cowboys getting funding – and the troubles of Payne Haas. Here’s the 10 most read NRL stories of the week.
Dragons centre Euan Aitken has delivered a brutal assessment of Broncos halves Kodi Nikorima and Anthony Milford. But the numbers behind his side’s leaky defence paint a picture of hypocrisy.
A host of injuries and poor performances have led to a mass cleanout of several NRL sides. Canterbury, North Queensland and the Roosters will run out new-look sides to last weekend.
Here are the teams for Round 2 of the NRL. There has been some serious action following a tumultuous and weather-affected first week
MICK Potter became the first 20-year-old winner of the Dally M Player of the Year award, and having worked closely with Kalyn Ponga he says the prodigious fullback should become the youngest ever recipient.