Playing for your life; several Manly stars off contract Six of top line Eagles has contracts ending this year. Will this bring out the best of them? Click here for article.
Wresting is the key to winning the NRL in 2007 Sydney Roosters Coach Chris Anderson today suggests that the NRL team who wins the battle of the ruck will ultimately win the comp. Click here for article.
Bill Harrigan out of Retirement Billy’s back to officiate in the Warriors trial this weekend. Will this mean a return for good? Please add your comments below, no sign up needed. Click here for article.
Foundation Cup – 100 Years Strong Two old stagers in Anderson and Sheens will battle out this Saturdays Foundation Cup Trial to celebrate 100 years of NRL. Playing talent is a mix of old and new as each team tries new combinations. Click here to read more.
West Tigers re-sign three players Late yesterday Wests Tigers inked new deals with second-rowers Chris Heighington, Rocky Trimarchi and future prospect William Mataka. Click here to read full article.
Send your message to an NRL coach The Telegraph in Sydney is allowing fans to ask the NRL coach of their choice a question about their side in 2007. Selected questions will be published in a pre-season liftout soon to be published. Click here to send your message to an NRL coach.
Broncos Strip Goes High Tech
Brisbane enlist the assistance of Nike to develop a jersey with cutting edge fabric technology. Stick under arm fabric for safe ball carriage and chamois panels on shorts to keep palms dry – The 2006 Premiers top it off with the addition of several new sponsors. Click here for more.
At Witt’s End, Forgotten Half now with Warriors Michael Witt who in 2003 was touted as the ‘next Andrew John’s finds himself moving to his 3rd club in 4 years. Today we look at what the former Parramatta Eels and Manly Sea Eagles half is up to. Click here to read more.
Gower allegedly plays Dracula in Sydney Bar
Craig Gower is allegedly involved in another ugly off field incident over the weekend. Click here to read more.