Look forward to Benji playing next year

Benji Marshall may be past his best – but he has got to be bargain of the year. He is, without doubt, a superstar of NRL. After he left the Wests Tigers, he has been wasted at the Dragons. We only saw glimpses of what he can actually do. His experience and leadership will be … [Read the full story]

Greenshields is a right CLINT

Australian fullback Clint Greenshields has found himself in hot water with his Super League club Catalan Dragons after derogatory comments he made on Twitter about referee Ben Thaler. The 30-year-old was punished after describing Thaler as “retarded” as he watched his side lose 34-18 in Stobart Super League at Headingley last Friday. The former St … [Read the full story]

Souths have no chance of doing anything

Indigenous All Stars coach Laurie Daley is backing Greg Inglis to fire South Sydney to their first NRL finals appearance in five years. Daley has seen Inglis at close quarters this week on the Gold Coast as he prepares his side for Saturday’s clash with the NRL All Stars at Skilled Park. And the former … [Read the full story]

Campese named in emerging Blues squad

Terry Campese’s hopes of resurrecting his New South Wales Origin career have received a huge boost, with the Canberra star named in coach Ricky Stuart’s emerging Blues squad. Campese, fellow Raiders playmaker Josh McCrone and feisty Warriors five-eighth James Maloney are the three most intriguing selections among this year’s 23 hopefuls that Stuart believes can … [Read the full story]

Dragons want compensation for Tim Moltzen

St George Illawarra haven’t given up hope of getting compensation in the wake of the ugly Tim Moltzen contract tug of war. As the Dragons on Tuesday completed their first day of pre-season training without their star recruit, club boss Peter Doust confirmed the fight for damages was just starting. “We are investigating our legal … [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]

Benji put “Fear of death” into NRL captains

As the semi-finals loom, Benji Marshall from the Wests Tigers is on top form and has maybe put the “fear of death” into other teams and especially their captains. A pole this week was conducted of the eight semi-finals skippers on who shapes as the main dangerman. Marshall and Dragons fullback Darius Boyd polled the … [Read the full story]