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Brad Walter is sports reporter for The Sydney Morning Herald
Brad Walter An alleged bite on St George Illawarra star Josh Dugan will be a priority case for the NRL match review committee
Brad Walter It is anticipated the Eels will be advised that payments to Jarryd Hayne should be included in the salary cap
Brad Walter Roosters coach Trent Robinson declined to say whether he believes more players should be sinbinned for foul play
Brad Walter Former Test prop will leave Leichhardt at the end of his 10th season with the club.
Roosters 33 bt Wests Tiger 8
Brad Walter If defences win premierships then Sydney Roosters are on track for their second title in three years after downing Wests Tigers with a business-like performance at ANZ Stadium on Friday night.
Brad Walter All NRL clubs have at least one player with a registered TPA but the value ranges from $50,000 for some clubs to $400,000 for others.
Brad Walter Chris Sandow's rollercoaster four year stint at Parramatta is over
Brad Walter The Cowboys are unbeaten in five finals appearances in Townsville - the likely venue for all their play-offs matches this season
Brad Walter Fears that the reduction to eight interchanges will drive big forwards out of the game
Brad Walter Why less interchanges could mean more players like Josh Reynolds.
Brad Walter A furious Marshall has slammed reports he was considering changing his international allegiance to Scotland
Brad Walter Domestic violence allegations are set to cast a shadow over Shaun Kenny-Dowall for the rest of the season.
Brad Walter The news has just gone from bad to worse for embattled Parramatta halfback Chris Sandow after the wantaway
Brad Walter What is the "toothbrush" and how is the NRL trying to remove it from the game/
Brad Walter Cronulla and NSW captain Paul Gallen has expressed concerns about the welfare of Chris Sandow after the Parramatta halfback allegedly fell out with teammates over his performance in Friday night's...
Brad Walter Exclusive: NRL boss Dave Smith defends decision not to stand down Shaun Kenny-Dowall after phone call from NSW Premier Mike Baird
Brad Walter Most NRL clubs are opposed to scheduling matches on two school nights in the next television deals.
Brad Walter Two week ago the Dragons had used the least amount of players in the NRL. Now they have used the most.
Brad Walter Fans would be the winners if players were fined for grade one judiciary offences instead of being suspended, says Sharks boss Lyall Gorman
Brad Walter This year's NRL premiership is a race in two, according to historical data