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Campbelltown crowd figure is a blight on the Tigers, not their fans

Campbelltown crowd figure is a blight on the Tigers, not their fans

15 Apr 2014

The writing was on the wall for Campbelltown Stadium long before the Wests Tigers took the field against the North Queensland Cowboys on Saturday night. A disappointing crowd of just 6456 turned up for the match, guaranteeing one of rugby league’s great anomalies would continue to grab headlines. A week earlier a tick over 16,000 […]

Concussion rule could decide NRL grand final

Concussion rule could decide NRL grand final

10 Apr 2014

It is the opening set of the second half of the 2007 grand final and the Melbourne Storm have the ball on the last tackle. Cameron Smith spirals a pass to Greg Inglis on halfway and the big five-eighth puts a booming kick high above Homebush. Manly fullback Brett Stewart sets himself 15 metres from […]

NRL clubs need to let their players speak

NRL clubs need to let their players speak

18 Mar 2014

Having just finished a furious 40 minutes of rugby league at Suncorp Stadium on Friday night, North Queensland Cowboys skipper Johnathan Thurston heads toward the sheds – but not before doing an interview with Channel Nine’s sideline commentator Darren Lockyer. After finishing the interview, Thurston drags his weary legs to the tunnel. He turns his […]

The NRL needs to get bums on seats

The NRL needs to get bums on seats

10 Mar 2014

There is absolutely no argument that the opening round of the new National rugby league season has been enthralling, ferocious and entertaining. We have already seen our first golden point thriller, a homecoming of sorts for Ben Barba and the Sydney Roosters go down to fierce rivals, the South Sydney Rabbitohs. But there has been […]

Is Old Trafford or Wembley ready for the NRL?

Is Old Trafford or Wembley ready for the NRL?

27 Feb 2014

Thinking outside the box has never been rugby league’s strongpoint. But as we enter into an exciting new frontier where any match, event or format is being considered it is being becoming increasingly obvious that anything is possible. With the success in the last few years of the annual NRL Indigenous All Stars match, a […]

Origin dream should stay just that for international stars

Origin dream should stay just that for international stars

20 Feb 2014

Eight long years ago, an 18-year-old by the name of Sam Burgess made his Super League debut in bitterly cold Northern England. Burgess now sits among the top tier of NRL superstars enjoying the glitz and glamour that being a professional rugby league player in Sydney brings. The Englishman recently announced he was returning home […]

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