Michael Chammas Canterbury were written off by everybody a month ago, but was their coach the first one to do so or was it another stroke of genius?
Tom Decent After a lacklustre second term against an exuberant Tigers pack last Sunday, where they conceded more points than any other match in Des Hasler's reign at the club, the Bulldogs were well and truly...
Phil Gould With the rounds of matches affected so significantly by Origin now finally behind us, we can at last settle back and enjoy the final third of the season.
Sarah Harvey The club finds itself inside the sacred top eight, the first time in two years.
Michael Chammas With the NRL bearing down on the business end of the season, Michael Chammas celebrates a different side of rugby league.
Michael Chammas AT LEAST half of last year's semi-finalists will miss this year's finals, if recent history is anything to go by.
Mackay Newcastle moves into NRL top eight with a gutsy 18-12 victory over Canterbury
Ben Stanley In years to come, the league almanac will tell the basics: that the Warriors beat Melbourne 30-22 at Mount Smart Stadium.
Brett Stewart could join Billy Slater, Paul Gallen and Greg Bird in returning from injury for round 21 of the NRL as teams battling for a top eight finish recall their big names.
Lee Gaskin Raiders vice-captain Brett White has backed changes to the NRL finals system which make it almost impossible for a team outside the top four to win the competition.
Wayne Heming Brisbane's first-up win over the Cowboys last weekend obviously failed to impress one big better who today tossed $100,000 on the Broncos to miss the top eight.
Phil Lutton Brisbane Broncos chairman Dennis Watt says the club will stand by its decision to sack coach Anthony Griffin no matter what transpires in the NRL finals, which begin on Friday night.
Newcastle Knights v Parramatta Eels at Hunter Stadium, Saturday 3pm
Roy Ward A baby, a special milestone, a "ridiculous" fixture and an NRL premiership challenge.
Michael Carayannis Darcy Lussick has iced the beers and ditched the Lebanese food as he looks to maintain his frame after dropping 12 kilograms.
Andrew Sonter Do-or-die clash as the Dragons tackle the Broncos in Brisbane.
Sarah Harvey Is this it for Warriors 2014 season? The Warriors completely unravelled in an energy-less, negative display losing to the Roosters 46-12 in a eight try to two demolition at Mt Smart Stadium, in...
Brad Walter Melbourne captain Cameron Smith admitted the Storm may be playing for their season against Brisbane on Friday night after crashing 24-12 to Sydney Roosters at Allianz Stadium.
A shattered Cameron Smith has taken responsibility for costing Melbourne a vital win over the Sydney Roosters.
David Long The Warriors' fate is back in their hands. The 42-point thrashing of the Titans at Mount Smart Stadium on Sunday not only gave them two competition points but also dramatically improved their points...