Blake Ferguson’s hopes of a NSW recall appear to be on rocky ground after he rejected Brad Fittler’s invitation to take part in a Blues bonding camp on Friday.
OPINION: Iâve been asked one question more than any other in recent weeks: Is this the worst time rugby league has gone through?
Ivan Cleary channelled Martin Luther King on Saturday afternoon in Sydney when he said a dream seven years in the making at Penrith had finally become a reality.
Cameron McGregor has stepped down as chairman of the Warriors and Auckland Rugby League.
On Tuesday night, Australian Olympic Committee president John Coates held his annual Christmas drinks at the rooftop bar of the MCA building overlooking Sydney Harbour.
Slade Griffin isn’t dirty the Knights have enlisted Kurt Mann to play hooker.
Cronulla Sharks great Luke Lewis has described the night he watched his mother being dragged around by her hair in a disturbing insight into his childhood.
Tongan wrecking ball Tevita Pangai Junior may have played his last game for the Mate Ma’a, saying his international representative future is up in the air. The Brisbane back-rower was in Sydney on Friday as part of a NSW camp under coach Brad Fittler after making himself available for the Blues next year. Despite still being eligible for Tonga even if he is picked for the Blues in 2019, Pangai said he was undecided about whether he would play for the powerhouse Pacific nation again.
I would rather eat glass than watch another abuse scandal of any nature unfold in the NRL.
The 2019 season could be Jahrome Hughes’ time to shine in the Melbourne Storm No.1 jersey.
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