Scrap the Cap would be a better move for Super League

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Look through the sports pages of any major newspaper, and chances are that if you see a Rugby story, it’s Rugby Union. The fifteen man code is strong the world over. In France and Wales it can spell greatness for those of humble beginnings; in Australia and New Zealand it's part

Mason Keen To Prove His Worth

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Former Newcastle Knights mongrel forward Willie Mason believes that he can bring experience and skill to the Manly front row, and that his driving force for his 15th outing in the NRL will be to prove his haters wrong. While the big Auckland born forward stresses that he holds no ill-will

Nightingale Refuses To Slow Down

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Kiwi winger and international super star Jason Nightingale refuses to slow down his blistering playing pace, and doesn’t seem to know the meaning of ‘player burnout’. Nightingale hasn’t missed a game for the Kiwis since 2008, having pulled on the black jersey twenty-one times in the six years since his selection. The

Match Report: Australia vs. New Zealand


New Zealand Kiwis capped off a stunning opening night to the Four Nations series in Brisbane with a humbling win over the Australian Kangaroos, 30 -12. After suspended Hooker Isaac Luke led the Haka, the Kiwis were rocked early by the Kangaroos, Gerard Beale coughed up an early kick and was

Match Report: England vs. Samoa


England emerged 32-26 over Samoa in an electric opening clash of the Rugby League Four Nations double-header at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane. The Lions were shaken early by Toa Samoa, who greeted the Pommy lads with some ferocious hits, led by the Frank Pritchard. Fired up from performing the Pre-match ‘Manu Siva Tau’, a

Four Nations: Teams Analysis


With only one more sleep to go before the Rugby League Four Nations commences at Suncorp Stadium, let us take a look through the squads of each nation, their preparation leading up to the tournament, and which team is best poised to raise the cup on November 15th. Australian Kangaroos The current

Sione Mata’utia taking opportunity with open arms


The rising star in the world of Rugby League admits that he never saw himself pulling on the green and gold of Australia this early, but many believe that Sione Mata’utia is more than ready to represent his country on the international stage. “When opportunity comes knocking, you kick down the

Kangaroos Squad: The Outside Backs


With the International Rugby League Four Nations looming including Australia, Samoa, England and New Zealand participating, what better way to get involved than a detailed analysis of players in the four respective squads. Firstly the Australian Squads outside backs. Will the large amount of inexperience in the backs effect Australia's chances? Four of

Overview of International Rugby League 2014

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The Rugby League Four Nations Cup kicks off this Saturday, October 25th at Suncorp Stadium Brisbane, and will be contested between the nations of Australia, England, New Zealand and Samoa. The 4th tournament of its kind will be held in Australia and New Zealand, concluding with the final on November 15th at