From the expertsThe low down from those in the know
Samoan star Tautau Moga has reportedly been arrested over a nightclub brawl in Brisbane on the weekend.
In the past, Tim Sheens admits the Kangaroos would have reached for the panic button.
It was hard to wipe the smile off the many rookies’ faces when they assembled on Saturday for the Kangaroos’ first Four Nations training session.
Gold Coast have released backs Albert Kelly and Maurice Blair to take up the opportunity to play together as halves for Hull KR in the English Super League.
Life after Jarryd Hayne officially began on Friday when the Kangaroos assembled in Brisbane for their Four Nations campaign – with captain Cameron Smith seemingly still getting his head around it.
No guarantees have been given by Greg Inglis but Kangaroos captain Cameron Smith is convinced the South Sydney superstar will end his career in the NRL.
Kangaroo coach Tim Sheens will have to pull some rabbits out of his hat to keep his impressive record intact when the ill-timed Four-Nations kicks off next week.
In a pseudo-exclusive, operatives from The Roar have intercepted a genuine fake of the open letter from Jarryd Hayne that called an audible on his plans to be a career Eel.
Gold Coast chief executive Graham Annesley says breaching the NRL’s salary cap is just not worth it, with the truth always likely to eventually emerge.
The Gold Coast Titans have been docked four NRL competition points and fined $300,000 for breaching the salary cap.
David Smith could well quote HRH Queen Elizabeth and call 2014 an Annus Horribillus. Apart from amusing the more juvenile among us – and I certainly hope there is more than just me – it’s pretty true.
Yes, the odds are stacked high against Jarryd Hayne realising his dream, but that is not the point.
NRL boss Dave Smith attempted to use his new marquee player discretion to keep US-bound Jarryd Hayne in rugby league.
In case you were living under a rock, or you aren’t privy to an internet connection, then you probably already know Jarryd Hayne is on his way to America to play football.
Jarryd Hayne‘s loss to rugby league leaves a massive void in the code, and I feel really sorry for his lifelong club, the Parramatta Eels.
Parramatta Eels superstar Jarryd Hayne has quit the NRL to trial in the NFL.
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At the beginning of each year, Aussie starlings flock to Los Angeles in search of the juicy but random morsels to be found in the feeding ground that is the US TV pilot season.
Jarryd Hayne’s announcement that he is headed for the NFL has featured on major American news outlets, and NFL teams are posting YouTube videos of Hayne’s exploits in the NRL on their websites.
As the 2014 club season has wrapped up both for the NRL and Super League we see the rugby league climate move drastically to the volatile and heavily question international series.
With Jarryd Hayne officially jetting off to America in search of NFL glory, the question that most have been asking is: who shall replace Parramatta’s irreplaceable man?
Another season’s end, another round of clubs fines for breaching the salary cap. This time it was the Sea Eagles, Newcastle Knights, Sydney Roosters, Gold Coast Titans and Wests Tigers named as the offenders.
The rugby league community has been rocked by the revelation that Jarryd Hayne is quitting the game and heading to the US, where he will shop himself around to the 32 teams as a free agent.
The Parramatta faithful are in distress, and the bookies aren’t doing them any favours.
Forgive him, for he knows not what he does. That’s the charitable view of the Hayne drain, of the Hayne-train-for-gridiron-success in the US.
What seemed a pipe dream will soon become a reality for one of the NRL’s greatest athletes. Jarryd Hayne will quench his thirst for a new challenge by heading to America in a quest to etch his name in NFL history.
Although the premiership party remains in full swing in Redfern, much of the NRL’s attention has swiftly turned to 2015 and beyond.
Well, that was unexpected. One of the game’s best, most watched, commercially-driven talents has up and left, following his heart after heightened Madden play-time.
I’m a big supporter of the Four Nations concept and the more matches Australia, New Zealand and England play against each other and against minnow nations, the more international rugby league will improve.
Similar to Sam Burgess and Sonny Bill Williams, a character like Jarryd Hayne was always bound for bigger things.
At just 26 years of age Jarryd Hayne is yet to reach his physical peak, yet it feels he has been around the block in his time in rugby league.
As the news of Jarryd Hayne’s exit to the NFL does the rounds and every person in the game passes their opinion, I feel a great opportunity for the code is being overlooked.
I always knew that the only way Jarryd Hayne would ever leave my beloved Parramatta Eels would be to play NFL.