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  • PNGRFL CEO vacancy

     PNGRFL CEO vacancy

    The PNGRFL are calling for suitable people to apply for the position of CEO.

  • Burleigh Bears: Gains and Losses

    Burleigh Bears: Gains and Losses

    The 2016 premiers are farewelling a number of their stars from this season – with many key performers signing deals with NRL clubs.

  • Easts launch partnership with NRL SA

    Easts launch partnership with NRL SA

    Easts Tigers and NRL South Australia (NRL SA) have entered into a partnership which will provide a pathway for talented South Australian players to play higher level rugby league.

  • Sunshine Coast Falcons: Gains and Losses

    Sunshine Coast Falcons: Gains and Losses

    After a breakthrough 2016 season which saw them just miss out on a place in the grand final, the Sunshine Coast Falcons are looking forward to next year’s Intrust Super Cup season.

  • Capras announce affiliation with Titans

    Capras announce affiliation with Titans

    The Central Queensland Capras have announced they will align with the Gold Coast Titans as an official feeder club for the NRL team.

  • Gains and Losses: CQ Capras

    Gains and Losses: CQ Capras

    The CQ Capras will be counting on a mix of NRL experience and local league enthusiasm next season, with players from across all levels of the game signing on with the club for 2017.

  • Semi-Pro Day supports state-wide teams

    Semi-Pro Day supports state-wide teams

    Nearly 400 players and club officials will attend the annual Intrust Super Cup Semi-Pro Day at UQ St Lucia this Saturday as the game ramps up its wellbeing and education programs.

  • New model to strengthen Capras

    New model to strengthen Capras

    The Queensland Rugby League has today outlined the level of support it will provide to the Central Queensland Capras, who have requested assistance from the game’s governing body following a difficult period.

  • QRL TV: New pathways for elite players

    QRL TV: New pathways for elite players

    An exciting new direction for the game was announced yesterday with the NRL confirming the launch of two state-based competitions for the 2018 season.

  • NRL outlines new state competitions

    NRL outlines new state competitions

    Two new state-based competitions will be run in Queensland and NSW from 2018 as part of a new pathway program for elite NRL players.