Lockyer ends career winning the 4-Nations Final

Darren Lockyer, Australia’s iconic captain who has been a thorn in England’s side throughout his illustrious 17-year career, broke their hearts again in the Gillette Four Nations final. And the 34-year-old maestro, winning a record-extending 59th cap at Elland Road in his last game before retirement, found the perfect way to sign off. Lockyer’s last-minute … [Read the full story]

Kangaroos smash Kiwis at proper rugby

Australia limbered up for the Four Nations Rugby league campaign with a dominant performance, brushing aside New Zealand 42-6 in Newcastle on Sunday. On a beautiful, sunny afternoon, the Kangaroos took advantage of the dry conditions at Ausgrid Stadium to rip through the world champions, with debutante Akuila Uate, Darius Boyd and Chris Lawrence each … [Read the full story]

Broncos can’t win without Lockyer, says Buford

Former Australian rugby league team doctor Nathan Gibbs has warned Brisbane Broncos captain Darren Lockyer he could be risking his eyesight by playing with a fractured cheekbone. Lockyer has vowed to lead the Broncos’ charge to the NRL grand final, despite medical experts warning he is risking his eyesight. The retiring captain needed three titanium … [Read the full story]

Everyone already knows Justin Hodges is a grub

EverySt George great Steve Morris has labelled Justin Hodges a “grub” after he shockingly hammered injured Dragons winger Brett Morris as he lay on the ground at Suncorp Stadium on Saturday night. Morris, father to Brett and Josh, said his son was brave to try to play on with the injury for 10 minutes, but … [Read the full story]

Darren Lockyer is one of the greatest NRL players of all time

Darren Lockyer will walk away from rugby league with so many records that he’ll surely hold a record for having the most records. At Test level he’s played more games than any other player, scored more tries, led his country more times and to more wins than any player in history. All going well, the … [Read the full story]

Darren Lockyer to retire this year

Australian captain Darren Lockyer has announced he will retire, and end his record-breaking rugby league playing career after this year and says he has no immediate aims of coaching. Lockyer said he felt the timing would be right to move on after 17 seasons in first grade, and he remains available for all representative games in … [Read the full story]

One more injury will end Darren Lockyer’s career

Darren Lockyer prepares to kick off his 17th season tonight in NRL All Stars clash at Skilled Park, the 33-year-old Immortal-in-waiting has candidly confronted his league mortality. Lockyer believes that one more major injury would end his glittering playing career and rob him of a richly deserved chance to end his 333-match NRL career on … [Read the full story]

Big-hearted Kiwis win Four Nations final over Kangaroos

The Kiwis grabbed a last minute try in an amazing game which sealed the win for New Zealand over fierce rivals Australia in the Four Nations final in Brisbane. Despite the Kiwis trailing for much of the game they were never out of it, and were 12-6 behind with 10 minutes to go before tries … [Read the full story]