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  • Vote now for Cam and the Maroons

    Vote now for Cam and the Maroons

    Sport fans now have the chance to decide which athletes and teams best represent Australia’s sporting year as part of the annual AIS Sport Performance Awards.

  • JT, Human Rights Medal nominee

    JT, Human Rights Medal nominee

    NQ Cowboys co-captain, Queesnsland Maroons and Australian Kangaroos star and Indigenous ambassador Johnathan Thurston has been announced as a finalist for the 2017 Human Rights Medal.

  • Kangaroos squad to face Samoa

    Kangaroos squad to face Samoa

    Billy Slater, Josh Dugan, Michael Morgan, Will Chambers, Josh McGuire and Tyson Frizell will return for the Australian Kangaroos for the Rugby League World Cup quarter final against Samoain Darwin on Friday night.

  • Press Conference: Roos v Cedars

    Press Conference: Roos v Cedars

    Australia Kangaroos coach Mal Meninga and captain Cameron Smith talk about the clash with Lebanon.

  • Roos too strong for spirited Cedars

    Roos too strong for spirited Cedars

    The Kangaroos did enough to down a valiant Lebanon team 34-0 at the Sydney Football Stadium tonight (Saturday), with the World Cup minnows giving an excellent account of themselves.

  • Australia v Lebanon: preview

    Australia v Lebanon: preview

    NRL.com's Martin Gabor previews this weekend's game between Australia and Lebanon at the Rugby League World Cup.

  • JT wins top Queensland honour

    JT wins top Queensland honour

    The 2018 Queensland Australian of the Year Award recipients have been announced and presented with trophies last night (November 8) at a ceremony at the Old Museum Building in Brisbane.

  • Fit-again Scott wows Cowboys staff

    Fit-again Scott wows Cowboys staff

    North Queensland Cowboys assistant coach Josh Hannay has lauded Matt Scott’s attitude as the Kangaroos prop prepares for his return to training after nearly making a surprise comeback in the finals.

  • Kangaroos squad to face Lebanon

    Kangaroos squad to face Lebanon

    James Maloney and Ben Hunt will make their first appearances of the 2017 Rugby League World Cup on Saturday night against Lebanon at Allianz Stadium.

  • Morgan - We want to be winning

    Morgan - We want to be winning

    Kangaroo Michael Morgan spoke about the game against France and on how his side were preparing to take on Lebanon this Saturday.