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Where to next?: Former Eel Jarryd Hayne.

Hayne remains open to rugby move, says manager

Jarryd Hayne remains open to a move to rugby union and, if the former NRL star and NFL player does shift to the 15-a-side game, he could line up against the Wallabies within months of doing so.

Blues won't replace Daley's right-hand man

Partnership ending: Blues coach Laurie Daley and Bob Fulton.

NSW coach Laurie Daley will be solely responsible for selecting his team for next year's State of Origin series, with the Blues unlikely to replace league Immortal Bob Fulton as a selection advisor.

'You've got to go': Farah advised to exit Tigers

On the outer: Wests Tigers hooker Robbie Farah playing NSW Cup against the Newtown Jets on Saturday.

One of Robbie Farah's closest confidantes has told him he has no option but to find another club for next season so as not to tarnish his Tigers legacy as the embattled hooker stubbornly delays shoulder surgery until the summer.

Hastings set for Roosters exit

Out of favour: Jackson Hastings on the charge for the Roosters.

​Sydney Roosters coach Trent Robinson has indicated out-of-favour playmaker Jackson Hastings is set to leave the Tricolours after the NRL season.

Waratahs pull out of Hayne running

Scepticism: ARU figures were unsure if Jarryd Hayne was serious about the 15-man code.

The tortuous football journey of code-hopping super star Jarryd Hayne has taken yet another turn with the NSW Waratahs sensationally confirming they would not offer him a contract in 2017.

Team previews: NRL Round 21

Lachlan Coote of the Cowboys and the Melbourne Storm's Cameron Munster.

All the latest team news as the North Queensland Cowboys take on the Melbourne Storm in the match of the round.

Farah will be back for Tigers this year: Taylor

Elijah Taylor was dumped from the senior side when he played for Penrith.

A representative forward, dumped to reserve grade in a bid to force him out of the club after a fallout with the coach. Elijah Taylor knows better than most what Robbie Farah is going through.

Dragons stand down Lafai and Havili

Stood down: Tim Lafai has been charged with affray.

St George Illawarra have stood down Tim Lafai and Siliva Havili indefinitely a day after both players were charged by police following a drunken night out in Wollongong on Saturday.

Ennis to retire at end of 2016 season

Sharks player Michael Ennis has made a decision to bring down the curtain on his illustrious career.

A desire to spend more time with his family was the simple catalyst for Cronulla veteran Michael Ennis' decision to retire at the end of the NRL season.

Manly keep finals hopes alive as Souths fume

Jamie Lyon of the Sea Eagles tackles Cody Walker of the Rabbitohs.

South Sydney Rabbitohs were left fuming over a controversial bunker decision to deny them a late equalising try they believe cost them the game and potentially ended their poor season.