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NRL 2020 as it happened: Souths survive late surge to sink Tigers

NRL 2020 as it happened: Souths survive late surge to sink Tigers

Follow our live coverage as the Warriors look to go back-to-back against the Titans, then all eyes will be on the return of Benji Marshall when the Tigers take on Souths.

  • by Sam Phillips

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Titans snap winless home run as Warriors blow lead
Titans 16 Warriors 12
Match report

Titans snap winless home run as Warriors blow lead

Todd Payten's Warriors are only a week away from losing a homesick trio of players and blew a chance to move to the cusp of the top eight.

  • by Adam Pengilly
Why the Broncos may have to get bitter before they get better
The Fitz Files
Broncos

Why the Broncos may have to get bitter before they get better

When you have lost six times in a row, when you are stinking up the joint with your every outing, where is the focused fury at the rubbish football you are playing?

  • by Peter FitzSimons
Sharks pick apart Panthers' passion in search of an edge
Sharks

Sharks pick apart Panthers' passion in search of an edge

Cronulla coach John Morris has studied last week's emotion-charged battle between the Tigers and Panthers in the hope of getting an advantage over Ivan Cleary's side.

  • by Sarah Keoghan
Bellamy refuses to be the butt of Stuart's joke, says Raiders still potent despite injuries
Storm

Bellamy refuses to be the butt of Stuart's joke, says Raiders still potent despite injuries

Melbourne take on Canberra on Saturday night with the Raiders missing key players, but coach Craig Bellamy knows Storm will have a big challenge on their hands.

  • by Roy Ward
'Peter is an absolute irrelevance': Kennett fires back at V'landys after AFL dig
AFL 2020

'Peter is an absolute irrelevance': Kennett fires back at V'landys after AFL dig

The Hawthorn president did not hold back when asked to respond to the ARL Commission chairman calling the AFL grand final a 'second-rate' event.

  • by Sam Phillips
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If the NRL wants to change the world, it must separate education from punishment
Opinion
Opinion

If the NRL wants to change the world, it must separate education from punishment

If the NRL is to have any hope of stopping the cycle of players stepping out of line, it must recalibrate and extend the "education" part of the sanction.

  • by Malcolm Knox
'It makes it all worthwhile': NRL's most selfless partner on months of isolation and a five-try reward
Roosters

'It makes it all worthwhile': NRL's most selfless partner on months of isolation and a five-try reward

Alyce Ralph loved seeing her man Matt Ikuvalu bag fives tries for the Roosters on Thursday. If only she could have given him a hug.

  • by Christian Nicolussi
Fonua-Blake cops $20,000 fine, escapes further ban after referee tirade
NRL off-field behaviour

Fonua-Blake cops $20,000 fine, escapes further ban after referee tirade

Addin Fonua-Blake will be a volunteer referee in wheelchair rugby league as part of a second wave of sanctions for his outburst against match officials.

  • by Adrian Proszenko and Sarah Keoghan
Walters on radar of Bulldogs and Broncos before crucial clash
Bulldogs

Walters on radar of Bulldogs and Broncos before crucial clash

As the futures of Anthony Seibold and Dean Pay come to a head, Maroons coach Kevin Walters has emerged as a Canterbury candidate if the club opts for change.

  • by Adrian Proszenko and Sam Phillips
'Very emotional': Why Eels prop Utoikamanu's debut is a family affair
Eels

'Very emotional': Why Eels prop Utoikamanu's debut is a family affair

Stefano Utoikamanu's brother will be at the forefront of his mind when he makes his NRL debut for Parramatta this weekend.

  • by Adrian Proszenko