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  • Slater ices stunning comeback

    Slater ices stunning comeback

    One of rugby league's most remarkable comebacks was complete on Sunday night as Billy Slater capped off his incredible year with a man-of-the-match performance in a dominant 34-6 grand final win.

  • Smith claims Dally M medal

    Smith claims Dally M medal

    Melbourne Storm skipper Cameron Smith has won his second Dally M Medal – 11 years after his first.wides

  • The making of Michael Morgan

    The making of Michael Morgan

    Watch highlights of the Mackay Cutters' 27-20 Intrust Super Cup 2013 win over the Easts Tigers in the video above and the Michael Morgan that is currently using Telstra Premiership aspirants as his personal plaything comes into full view...

  • 2018 Origin opener tickets on sale

    2018 Origin opener tickets on sale

    Tickets for Game I of the 2018 Holden State of Origin Series are now on sale.

  • Scott to return better than ever

    Scott to return better than ever

    His injury threatened to derail their season before it began, but the return of a fitter and stronger Matt Scott could be the final ingredient that turns North Queensland's dream of a second premiership into a reality.

  • QRL, QPS join to help fight cancer

    QRL, QPS join to help fight cancer

    Queensland Maroons coach Kevin Walters was on hand to help present a special signed car bonnet to the Wesley Hospital Choices Cancer Support Centre on Tuesday this week.

  • PM's XIII named for PNG tour match

    PM's XIII named for PNG tour match

    Mal Meninga has named six debutants as part of the Australian Prime Minister's XIII to take on Papua New Guinea Prime Minister's XIII in Port Moresby on Saturday 23 September...

  • Billy breaks finals record

    Billy breaks finals record

    Billy Slater has now scored the most tries in NRL finals history.

  • Cameron Smith 356 medal

    Cameron Smith 356 medal

    The NRL has struck a special medal to honour Melbourne captain Cameron Smith, who will on Saturday break the all-time record for NRL matches.

  • New role for Anthony Seibold

    New role for Anthony Seibold

    The South Sydney Rabbitohs have announced Anthony Seibold as the club’s Head Coach for the next two seasons.