Storm beat Tigers in Wrestlemania NRL
A brave Tigers outfit narrowly missed out against a strong Melbourne Storm tonight, in a match that featured constant ruck wrestling and holding. The slick Storm side held solid winning 18-16.
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Exclusive Interview with Joe Galuvao
NRLnews.com chats with Joe Galuvao about Souths in 2007. Big depth and high motivation are positive signs from the Redfern bunker. Click here for full article.
Wests Tigers Happy to Be Underestimated in 07
NRLnews.com hears from the Wests Tigers and how they are shaping up for 2007. Tigers captain Brett Hodgson is excited with the new playing talent at their disposal – as Sheens prepares for their big trip to Melbourne tomorrow night. Click here for article.
No stopping Smith at 35
New Cowboy Jason Smith turned 35 today. NRLnews.com has a look at his current situation and what the future holds for the oldest player in the NRL. Click here for article.
NRL Season 2007 Officially Launched
Tonight the who’s who of NRL turned out for the first every launch function outside of New South Wales. Hosted high above the Gold Coast in the Q1 Super Skyscraper – league heavyweights and players were officially introduced to the Gold Coast Titans and the eagerly awaited NRL TV commercials were aired for the first time. Click here for full article.
How to get your NRL Tips right in 2007
Its that time of year again, where Rugby League supporters will play god and try to predict the winners of each round. Yes, tipping season is about to start and NRL News wants to give you the advantage in 2007! The team has come up with the ultimate guide to getting your tips right.
No proof found of Broncos rorting Salary Cap
NRL heavyweights including auditor Ian Schubert visited the Broncos today, with no initial evidence found of cheating. The 2006 NRL champions can breathe a sigh of relief, as will their fans and sponsors – in the leadup to the 2007 kick off. Click here for article.
NRL investigates Broncos Cap Situation
As reported by NRL News yesterday the, the situation at the Broncos has firmed from rumour stage to panic stage for officials and fans alike. The NRL has now officially stepped in to investigate their 2006 books and apparently the problem relates to Darren Lockyer and cash payments. Stayed Tuned for more info from NRL News. We also touch on the following topics in this post:
Souths: Lote loss Titans: Walker win Parra: Hindmarsh and Cayless locked in to 2010, and Ian Hindmarsh safe to play-on Penrith: Pritchard Situation
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Cap rumour sees spoon betting on Broncos
Conspiracy theory loving NRL punters have started a betting plunge on 2006 NRL Premiers the Brisbane Broncos to take the NRL Wooden Spoon in 2007. As a rumour sweeps through mostly Queensland, bookies may look to halt betting on the NRL wooden spoon market as things heat up. NRL Salary Cap auditing results are to be released shortly. Click here for full article.
Paul ‘Fatty’ Vautin Cops $300,000 paycut as Sterlo leaves
Today NRL Rugby League news looks at the Rugby League Footy Show for 2007. Sadly, with the on-going cost cutting at Channel 9 TV Studios – it seems the Rugby League Footy Show has become the next victim. Cutbacks have seen the Rugby League variety show lose one of it’s most admired panel members in Peter ‘Sterlo’ Sterling. The other major change sees lead panelist Paul ‘Fatty’ Vautin lose almost half of his estimated $600,000 yearly pay. Click here for full article info.
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