Kieran Foran ready to committ 3 years to Manly

Kieran Foran…the hottest property on the open market – is ready to sign a new three-year deal with Manly. Foran’s manager, Paul Sutton, reportedly spoke with Manly officials at length on Wednesday afternoon. An announcement is imminent. Foran had a get-out clause in his contract which could be activated immediately should then Manly coach Des … [Read the full story]

Is Tom Humble ready for the No1 at the Tigers?

Wests Tigers NRL coach Tim Sheens denies the club’s surprise decision to let Mitch Brown join Canterbury Bulldogs has left them short of fullback options. Tom Humble and Tim Moltzen are the only specialist No.1’s at the Wests Tigers. Humble, who played well after coming on to replace Tedesco, has just six first-grade appearances to … [Read the full story]

Benji backs Tedesco for Tigers fullback position

Benji Marshall has backed 19-year-old prodigy James Tedesco to nail down the vacant Wests Tigers fullback position. Tedesco started in the No.1 jersey in the Tigers’ 20-12 trial win over Parramatta, but Tim Sheens has since refused to confirm the youngster will be his starting fullback for the NRL season opener. Former Parramatta utility Tom … [Read the full story]

Eels want Sandow to keep on smashing

Chris Sandow’s shoulder charges used to give former South Sydney coach John Lang sleepless nights, but Parramatta have cleared the newly arrived halfback to continue smashing players twice his size. Parramatta Eels coach Stephen Kearney said the high-risk shoulder charge could at times inspire his teammates, and star fullback Jarryd Hayne quipped he would try … [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]

After being cleared, Paul Osbourne will resign

One day after being cleared of impropriety by the Parramatta board, Eels chief executive Paul Osbourne has announced he will relinquish his post at the end of the year because of his fractured relationship with the club’s major sponsor, Pirtek. Osborne was subject to a month-long inquiry over claims of financial irregularities and harassment of … [Read the full story]

Will Hopoate is a cow of a man

He won’t don the blue and gold until 2014, but Manly coach Des Hasler confirmed rising star Will Hopoate had played his final game for the Sea Eagles ahead of his impending move to NRL rivals Parramatta. Manly’s NRL premiership celebrations hit a snag on Tuesday with revelations Hopoate would join the Eels at the … [Read the full story]

Hindmarsh is the iron-man of NRL

He has already reached 10,000 tackles and played his 300th first grade game this season…now Parramatta captain Nathan Hindmarsh is on the verge of yet another milestone as he approaches 30,000 career run metres. Renowned for his phenomenal work ethic, Hindmarsh needs another 124 metres to become only the fourth player in NRL history to … [Read the full story]

Buford Balony’s “Rugby is better than Gay F L”, NRL round up

This sure is better than that woosy’s game, Gay F L…and I don’t mean our Agony Angel Woosy Balaska…she’s a lot tougher than all Gay F L players. Even my boy Cleedus would smash most AFL players…hell…I’m sure he’s take on the whole of the West Coast Eagles without even breaking into a sweat! It’s … [Read the full story]

Jarryd Hayne rescues a young girl who was drowning

Parramatta NRL veterans Nathan Hindmarsh and Luke Burt have hailed star fullback Jarryd Hayne as a hero for his dramatic rescue of a drowning tourist on Wednesday. The brilliant fullback, who risked his own safety to save the young girl after she had been caught in a strong rip on Coogee Beach, does not believe … [Read the full story]

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