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Brad Walter is Chief Rugby League Writer for The Sydney Morning Herald
Brad Walter Fiji are set to play Samoa in next year's Pacific Test for a place in the end-of-season Four Nations tournament to be staged in Australia and New Zealand.
Brad Walter The 2014 Four Nations tournament will be played in Australia and New Zealand, and is likely to feature the winner of a play-off between Pacific nations on next year's stand-alone representative...
Brad Walter With great games and record crowds, rugby league's showpiece was huge.
Brad Walter Among the new ground broken for rugby league during the World Cup is having the game exposed to a potentially massive global audience after BBC World Service broadcast commentary of the final between...
Brad Walter THE motto by which Sam Thaiday lives and plays rugby league is inked across his chest. ''One brother bleeds, all brothers bleed,'' the tattoo says.
Brad Walter Australian players have set themselves the goal in next weekend's World Cup final against New Zealand of becoming the first Kangaroos team to hold opposition sides tryless in five consecutive matches.
New Zealand's epic World Cup victory over England leaves Sonny Bill Williams battered and Jared Waerea-Hargreaves in tears
Brad Walter Jared Waerea-Hargreaves was in tears after New Zealand's epic 20-18 defeat of England to keep alive the Kiwis' hopes of back-to-back World Cup wins, while Sonny Bill Williams described the semi-final...
Brad Walter Cameron Smith, Johnathan Thurston, Cooper Cronk, Billy Slater, Brent Tate and Corey Parker have won grand finals, State of Origins and Four Nations tournaments but unless the Kangaroos beat New...
Brad Walter Australian players are wary of another ambush from New Zealand in the World Cup final after losing to the Kiwis in the last two big deciders the countries have played.
Brad Walter The Kangaroos boast an experienced and settled squad which appears to have more depth and be better balanced than England or New Zealand.
Brad Walter Australian coach Tim Sheens has been worried about this weekend's opening World Cup game against England for 19 months.
Brad Walter Allegations of racism at a recent Manly board meeting may be heard by an independent tribunal after the NRL initiated a disputes process following an official complaint by Sea Eagles director Darrell...
Brad Walter Sydney Roosters officials have been assured they have nothing to fear after a member of St George Illawarra chief executive Peter Doust's staff successfully bid for a lunch with Sonny Bill Williams...
Brad Walter If ASADA has evidence, why don't they just charge the players?
Brad Walter Tonga and Samoa are set to play an annual mid-season Test for the next four years following the success of Saturday night's clash at Penrith.
Brad Walter THE mid-season Test between Australia and New Zealand is likely to continue to be played before State of Origin, despite the Kiwis not having won it for 15 years.
Brad Walter Melbourne Storm officials say they hope Billy Slater will be fit for the World Club Challenge against Leeds on February 22 after he withdrew from the NRL All Stars match due to a couple of injuries.
Brad Walter Former Melbourne Storm director Gerry Ryan believes the Storm could be profitable within three years, but the GreenEDGE cycling boss has ruled out buying the club if a bid by an international...
Brad Walter FORMER Melbourne director Gerry Ryan believes the Storm could be profitable within three years, but the GreenEDGE cycling boss has ruled out buying the club if a bid by an international consortium...
Brad Walter SALARY cap problems and a shortage of money to pay out coach Tim Sheens have left Wests Tigers' preparations for 2013 in limbo.