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Can dusting off an old rule breathe life into rugby league attack?

Can dusting off an old rule breathe life into rugby league attack?

21 Jul 2015

Picture this typical scenario from any NRL game.

Forget a club, the NRL won’t even give the Central Coast a game

Forget a club, the NRL won't even give the Central Coast a game

21 Jan 2015

Since the NRL draw for season 2015 has been released, one topic that has somehow avoided any attention is that for the first time since 2003, Central Coast Stadium will not (at the time of writing) be hosting any games during the season.

No more excuses for North Queensland

No more excuses for North Queensland

13 Jan 2015

The North Queensland Cowboys represent everything that rugby league is about. A simple club with a strong community engagement, the Cowboys are the pride and joy of one of rugby league’s true heartlands.

It’s time for ANZ Stadium to become permanently rectangular

It's time for ANZ Stadium to become permanently rectangular

27 Nov 2014

It is interesting times for Sydney’s sports stadiums. Just last week, ANZ Stadium unveiled its plans for a $350 mil upgrade, including such improvements as more moving tiers, better facilities, a retractable roof and a thriving precinct of bars and restaurants, to name a few.

Rugby league should expand the Four Nations

Rugby league should expand the Four Nations

13 Nov 2014

With the rugby league Four Nations tournament boasting impressive crowds and ratings, the interest in the event has proven that there is an increasing appetite for international rugby league.

Could a knockout cup reinvigorate rugby league?

Could a knockout cup reinvigorate rugby league?

9 Oct 2014

In the 1974 Amco Cup, Western Division – a team of part-timers from the heart of country New South Wales – overcame a number of premiership clubs to take out the competition.