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Tigers face Storm, as ‘medium-sized four’ take on ‘big three’

Tigers face Storm, as 'medium-sized four' take on 'big three'

22 Mar 2017

The most embarrassing thing about the blood-letting at Wests Tigers has been the description by some people of James Tedesco, Aaron Woods, Mitchell Moses and Luke Brooks as the ‘big four’.

Arthur’s ‘Tummyache’ just as fierce as Bellamy’s ‘Bellyache’

Arthur's 'Tummyache' just as fierce as Bellamy's 'Bellyache'

15 Mar 2017

Parramatta are the most Melbourne Storm-like team since, well, the Melbourne Storm.

Perception is reality and it is biting Jarryd Hayne hard

Perception is reality and it is biting Jarryd Hayne hard

9 Mar 2017

Jarryd Hayne went from the equivalent of local theatre to the big stage and back to local theatre, via an unsuccessful shot at picking up a cheap Olympic gold medal. That final transition, back to the NRL, is proving difficult.

It’s not yet Round 2, but is your team under the pump?

It's not yet Round 2, but is your team under the pump?

8 Mar 2017

That first round sure shook things up in the NRL. Now, what do those results mean for the Round 2? Bad news for the Bulldogs, for starters.

NRL’s concussion challenge a product of the game’s twilight zone

NRL's concussion challenge a product of the game's twilight zone

28 Feb 2017

After the NRL finally introduced strict concussion protocols in 2012 the competition went through a period during which it had to really push some clubs into getting with the program.

So many questions for Sharks and Broncos ahead of NRL kick-off

So many questions for Sharks and Broncos ahead of NRL kick-off

22 Feb 2017

The NRL loves a blockbuster match to kick off the season, but there are a lot of question marks about the teams that will get the competition underway in 2017.