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Closest start since 1973 as NRL clubs race to find form

Closest start since 1973 as NRL clubs race to find form

4 days ago

Not since 1973 has every team in Australia’s top rugby league comp achieved at least one win by Round 3, a testament to just how close things are going to be over the next 23 rounds.

Cowboys and Broncos play out another thriller, with JT again the difference

Cowboys and Broncos play out another thriller, with JT again the difference

14 Mar 2017

What theatre. What a spectacle. Brisbane vs North Queensland may not attract the same hype and press, but for the past few season the quality of football has rivalled State of Origin: fast, free-flowing, and fun.

Panthers face early-season mental demons

Panthers face early-season mental demons

7 Mar 2017

The Penrith Panthers were comfortably the most disappointing team in the opening round of the season.

Roosters and Eels will prove themselves as contenders in 2017

Roosters and Eels will prove themselves as contenders in 2017

16 Feb 2017

The top eight is an ever-changing beast. While some clubs have the luxury of pushing for finals berths season after season, changes over the offseason, as well as the variable good or bad luck means some teams will make it back to the eight, others not being so lucky.

Party like it’s 1991, Panthers and Raiders to resume finals rivalry

Party like it’s 1991, Panthers and Raiders to resume finals rivalry

12 Feb 2017

The Canberra Raiders and Penrith Panthers have arguably nowhere to go but up in 2017 after they both fell out of the race before the big show in 2016.

Five NRL headlines we will see by the end of 2017

Five NRL headlines we will see by the end of 2017

24 Jul 2016

Bold predictions, extrapolations of what we’re seeing as 2016 rolls on, or something else? You decide!