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Brad Walter is sports reporter for The Sydney Morning Herald
Brad Walter Wests Tigers coach Jason Taylor insists his young team is not sacrificing attack to improve their defence.
Brad Walter The success of St George Illawarra and Brisbane has allayed fears that playing in Britain could have a negative impact on preparations for the season.
Brad Walter Traditional bonding sessions used to be what Mitchell Pearce used to look forward to most about Origin camps but now he is embracing yoga and visualisation.
Brad Walter A shot clock may be introduced to the NRL next season if a trial in Under 20s competition is successful
Brad Walter Paul Gallen has hit back at suggestions that NSW coach Laurie Daley should have overlooked him and other senior players to focus on building a team for the future
Training to decide whether NSW Blues winger Brett Morris plays outside twin Josh in State of Origin II
Brad Walter and Michael Carayannis Blues coach Laurie Daley has revived memories of the infamous train-off between Josh Reynolds and John Sutton for an Origin bench spot
Brad Walter Blues hooker Robbie Farah performed push ups as part of a searching medical examination to clear him for selection in the team for Origin II
Brad Walter Canterbury coach Des Hasler praised rookie playmaker Moses Mbye for his starring role in Sunday's 29-16 defeat of St George Illawarra but insisted that he was not yet guaranteed a regular starting...
Brad Walter A tactical masterstroke by Des Hasler helped the Bulldogs to a 29-16 win and raised questions about the future of NSW halfback Trent Hodkinson
Brad Walter Paul Gallen proved his worth for the Sharks and NSW with a five-star performance in his return from an eight week layoff with a hip injury
Brad Walter Roosters coach blames Cronulla loss on players and staff "patting ourselves on the back for too long" after last Monday's defeat of Melbourne Storm
Brad Walter The NRL could lose an advantage it has over rugby union if it scraps the Holden Cup. Warriors chief executive Jim Doyle believes it is crucial for the game, especially in New Zealand, that the NRL...
Brad Walter Gold Coast officials are understood to have made contact with Hodkinson before the Cherry-Evans backflip but have since spoken to representatives of Maloney and Sandow.
Brad Walter Why Ricky Stuart has been fined $125,000 during his coaching career.
Brad Walter With Trent Barrett waiting in the wings, Manly chairman Scott Penn has all but guaranteed that besieged coach Geoff Toovey won't be sacked this season.
Brad Walter The Sea Eagles pulled off the biggest coup in Australian sport since Sydney Swans stole Lance Franklin from the grasp of GWS Giants in a nine year deal worth $10 million but there is a risk involved
Brad Walter When Cherry-Evans signed with Gold Coast, Manly responded by recruiting the forwards he had expected to play behind.
Brad Walter The NRL's high tech solution to help video referees make decisions faster and more accurately without even being at the game.
Brad Walter The introduction of a video referee's bunker could lead to a captain's challenge, judiciary charges at full-time, reduced interchanges and increase the value of the broadcast rights.
Brad Walter With Manly halfback Daly Cherry-Evans widely tipped to backflip on his $4.4 million, four year deal with Gold Coast before next Wednesday, the current Round 13 rule has come in for massive criticism