Sun 20 May 2018

RUGBY LEAGUE: Ghosts go on rampage against Comets

RUGBY LEAGUE: Ghosts go on rampage against Comets

STRONG, disciplined defensive effort rewarded with eight-try romp in Group 2 Rugby League.

Sharks celebrate high five

premium_icon Sharks celebrate high five

THE 2016 NRL premiers made it five in a row day with a gritty 22-16 win over a brave Canterbury to sound a warning to the rest of the competition.

Walker out for six weeks after Scott stoush

premium_icon Walker out for six weeks after Scott stoush

MANLY star Dylan Walker has been ruled out for six weeks with a fractured eye socket while Storm centre Curtis Scott faces minimum two-week ban for punching.

Dufty shines to spark Dragons past Raiders

premium_icon Dufty shines to spark Dragons past Raiders

A SENSATIONAL performance from fullback Matt Dufty won the game, won the fans and even outshone a Dragons team overflowing with NSW Origin hopefuls.

Storm’s Scott apologises for Walker punch

Storm’s Scott apologises for Walker punch

STORM centre Curtis Scott has offered an apology for the punch that will leave Manly star Dylan Walker sidelined for six weeks.

Blues halves battle a race in three

premium_icon Blues halves battle a race in three

MITCHELL Moses is on the outer for Blues selection as Brad Fittler narrows his focus ahead of the New South Wales teams announcement.

Boom times are here again for Lindsay Park

Boom times are here again for Lindsay Park

THE day after Colin Hayes was inducted as a Legend in the Australian Racing Hall of Fame, Lindsay Park was to the fore at Flemington.

Raiders to get physical with Dragons

Raiders to get physical with Dragons

CANBERRA think South Sydney have figured the Dragons out, and they will take a page of out the Rabbitohs’ playbook when they take on St George Illawarra.

Storm blow up as Manly players given short sin bin

Storm blow up as Manly players given short sin bin

MELBOURNE Storm are sure to demand an explanation from the NRL after two Manly players were allowed to return early from the sin bin in Saturday night stoush.

NRL community reacts to sin bin stuff up

NRL community reacts to sin bin stuff up

FORGET the punches, the NRL suffered an embarrassing black eye even without fisticuffs as rugby league raged over a horrible oversight.

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