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Manly Sea Eagles Sack Coach Des Hasler

Manly has sacked Club legend and Coach, Des Hasler in a bitter split and are poised to replace him with ex-South Sydney and Brisbane coach Anthony Seibold. Manly superstars the Trbojevic Bros are meeting with their Manager with a view […]

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Can’t Wait For Toa Samoa Versus Mate Ma’a Tonga

Brian To’o and Jarome Luai have revealed how six stars of Penrith’s NRL Champion team, made a pact to replicate Tonga at the 2017 World Cup, that inspired other NRL stars like Origin props, Junior Paulo and Josh Papalii plus

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Imagine The Rock Promoting The NRL In The US?

Could Hollywood superstar Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson soon be promoting rugby league in the US? Multi-millionaire businessman Paul Langi Kinikini, reportedly pitching for a game to be staged in Salt Lake City, Utah is a huge NRL fan and enjoys a

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Wayne Bennett Misses Out On Munster 

Wayne you missed out – the most in-demand talent on the NRL’s open market, Kangaroos and Queensland five-eighth Cameron Munster has rejected all offers, including a four-year A$5.6Million offer from the Dolphins to remain with the Melbourne Storm until the

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Eels Captain Clint Gutherson: Someone Had To Lose – Brad Arthur?

The question has gotta be asked, “Has Brad Arthur really got what it takes to coach the Parramatta Eels to an NRL Premiership title?” Some Club Executives and Board directors think not, so don’t be surprised if he gets the

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Penrith Simply Too Good

The Panthers were simply too good, winning the NRL Grand Final in front of 82,415 fans at Accor Stadium in Sydney last night, with Clive Churchill Medalist Dylan Edwards running 281M, Brian To’o 299M and Nathan Cleary delivering their fourth and first

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NRL Grand Final Penrith Panthers Masterclass Stuns Parramatta Eels

The Panthers were simply too good, winning the NRL Grand Final in front of 82,415 fans at Accor Stadium in Sydney last night, with Clive Churchill Medalist Dylan Edwards running 281M, Brian To’o 299M and Nathan Cleary delivering their fourth and first

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NRL Dally M Coach of the Year Todd Payten

North Queensland Cowboys Head Coach, Todd Peyton scooped the NRL Coach of the Year at the NRL Awards night in Sydney last night for their surge to second on the ladder in the regular season and a home semi-final. He

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Nicho Hynes Steals Dally M Award

BREAKING NEWS: Sharks halfback Nicho Hynes has capped a sensational season to claim the 2022 Dally M Medal by the highest tally in the award’s 43-year history. Hynes finished on 38 votes ahead of Roosters fullback James Tedesco on 33

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Toa Samoa Select Six Panthers For World Cup

Samoa Head Coach, Matt Parish has named eight NRL Grand Finalists in his RLWC squad – six players from champions Penrith Panthers plus Junior Paulo and Oregon Kaufusi from their final opponents Parramatta Eels. Samoa play England at St James’

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