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CHASING COMETS movie [Video]

CHASING COMETS movie

CHASING COMETS movie trailer - Plot synopsis: Wagga is a country town that loves its sport but is divided over its loyalty for the rival codes, AFL and NRL. It's in this setting that we find our hero..

Credit: Teaser Trailer     Duration: 01:57Published

Papenhuyzen: Defence won us the final [Video]

Papenhuyzen: Defence won us the final

Melbourne Storm fullback Ryan Papehuyzen claimed the Clive Churchill Medal following the Storm’s 26-20 win in the NRL grand final.

Credit: Sky Sports UK     Duration: 01:32Published
Papenhuyzen puts on the afterburners [Video]

Papenhuyzen puts on the afterburners

Melbourne Storm's Ryan Papenhuyzen slices through the middle of the Panthers defence and speeds his way for a great try in the NRL final.

Credit: Sky Sports UK     Duration: 00:20Published

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NRL's hands are tied on de Belin, and so they should be

It goes without saying that Jack de Belin is entitled to the presumption of innocence. None of that means the NRL should water down the no-fault stand-down rule.
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'Somebody could be held out for five years': De Belin's lawyer slams NRL rule

As Jack de Belin faces being sidelined for a third season while awaiting a verdict, his lawyer has taken aim at the NRL rule that has left him in limbo.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Despite rising standard on the field, NRLW likely to remain four-club competition in 2021

ARL Commission chairman Peter V'landys says the NRL will be focusing on the "grassroots" of the women's game for 2021.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Never mind the biff, NRL should bring back the scrum penalty

Peter V'landys believes scrums in the NRL have become a 'joke' - but there is a simple, back-to-the-future solution.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

NRL won't budge on de Belin stand down despite hung jury

The Dragons and de Belin's manager want the NRL to reconsider its no-fault stand-down policy with the St George Illawarra star facing a third year on the sidelines.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Ricky Stuart has never been afraid to speak his mind. Now he'll get a say on league's rules

He described the NRL as “boring” before this year’s rule changes, now Ricky Stuart will be among the league luminaries shaping what the game's laws will look like next year.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

NRL considers permanent age policy change with Suaalii decision to come

The Roosters are yet to seek an exemption allowing the 17-year-old Suaalii to play next year, but the NRL would be willing to "make an exception to the rule". 
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'Everyone is hopeful': NRL plan to let Warriors host games at Auckland in 2021

The NRL draw will provide good news for Warriors players and fans as the edge closer to hosting a match at their home of Mt Smart Stadium for the first time in two years.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Will the NRL return to a two-referee model?

Every NRL coach and chief executive will have their opinion heard along with thousands of fans as the code tackles one of its big off-season conundrums.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'NRL did not follow its own rules': Ex-Storm directors in fresh appeal of cap penalty

Former Melbourne directors are preparing a formal submission to the NRL to have the club’s devastating salary cap penalty in 2010 re-examined.
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Sixers taking 'very cautious' approach with Gardner in current climate

Gardner's latest head knock came weeks after the NRL came under fire for allowing Boyd Cordner to return to the field during the opening State of Origin clash.
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