Queensland stars know what it’s like to be on the wrong side of NRL’s massive scoring sprees this year – and think they have a plan to dig themselves out […]
The popular NRL 360 host will finally be given the chance to make change from within after being appointed as Brisbane’s new head of football.
Tyrell Sloan makes his NRL debut on Saturday, and foremost in his mind will be his grandmother Colleen, who raised him from when he was two months old.
Penrith will look to snap a two-match losing streak when they host the Tricolours but before that we’re off to Townsville as round 15 continues.
Saturday looms as D-day for COVID protocols before game two as the Queensland government closed the border to people who have visited the Waverley area.
It’s the time-honoured Wayne Bennett derby for Thursday Night Football and it’s his current charges Souths looking to consolidate their spot in the top four.
Nathan Cleary is still sporting a red eye and a bruised face, but insists it won’t be a risk making his comeback for the Panthers against the Roosters.
The Australian captain’s decision to retire because of the risk of head injury is a new era for the game.
Boyd Cordner quitting due to concussion fears sets an example all players would do well to heed.
Suspended Roosters forward is reported to have been part of a group removed from the flight from the Gold Coast on Saturday night for allegedly being intoxicated.
Viliame Kikau is out with a hamstring injury as the NRL look set to investigate, and possibly fine, the Panthers for stopping play for him last weekend.
On the day Boyd Cordner was forced to retire due to the effects of repeated head knocks, a worrying statistic emerged that highlights the need to protect players from themselves […]
Mitchell Moses walked out on the Tigers and has been walking over his old club ever since as the Eels inched closer to the top of the NRL ladder.
In a survey the Rugby League Players’ Association forbade their members from answering, the Herald polled 100 players from across the NRL to get their responses about a range of […]
Jason Hetherington has delivered a passionate defence of his son, Broncos rookie Kobe, after the NRL was accused of its most inconsistent weekend yet.
Shaun Johnson knows, at the age of 30, his days of huge deals are over. But he believes he still has a lot to offer an NRL club, as he […]
Manly can consolidate their place in the eight but will have to do it without Origin hero Tom Trbojevic while the Sharks may fancy themselves against a similarly depleted Penrith.
Gerard Sutton’s decision to leave Kyle Feldt on the field after the Maroons winger collected Cameron Murray has provided the NRL with the opportunity to dial down the fervour on […]
Tom Trbojevic played out of his skin on Wednesday night and, despite dominating at NRL level, even the Maroons were surprised by his outstanding performance.
The voice of rugby league has called games for 55 years, but has been disturbed by what he has seen in recent weeks with players staying down.
Norm Black has called on the NRL to pay banned players directly if they are sidelined under the game’s controversial no-fault stand-down policy.
Matt Lodge says being an NRL player will mean a lot more to Jack de Belin this time around after high-profile off-field scandals threatened to end both their careers.
Referees used to stay out of the way in State of Origin. But with the NRL’s crackdown in full swing, the Herald asked experts to review the 2020 decider and […]
It’s eighth v 15th as we kick off an Origin-truncated round but all eyes will be on one man as the Dragons look to consolidate their spot in the eight.
The game is divided about the messy handling of the high-tackle crackdown. It’s time for the NRL to listen to the fans and calm things down.
After almost three years sidelined under the NRL’s no-fault stand-down policy, Jack de Belin will finally play for the Dragons in the NRL again. The club couldn’t have chosen a […]
Rugby league desperately needs a high rating Origin series but the high-tackle crackdown has star players suspended and is making people turn off.
Any tackle that drifts high can see players binned or worse under the NRL crackdown. So where does that leave the Origin hitmen as we approach another series?
Daly Cherry-Evans believes it is not just the players who aren’t satisfied with the NRL’s raft of rule changes. He says fans want answers from Peter V’Landys too.
ARL Commission boss Peter V’landys says head injuries in the NRL are behind a decline in junior participation, but those stats may not stand up to scrutiny.