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Brad Walter is Chief Rugby League Writer for The Sydney Morning Herald
Brad Walter Civoniceva will play what is expected to be his last game in Saturday's World Cup semi-final at Wembley Stadium.
Brad Walter Italy captain Anthony Minichiello has warned the Kangaroos to brace for England to bounce back in next weekend's World Cup opener after their shock 15-14 loss to the Azzurri in a warm-up match.
Brad Walter St George Illawarra chief executive Peter Doust has confirmed the club still hopes to reunite the Morris twins and revealed the reason Josh left was because Wayne Bennett didn’t think he would become...
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Brad Walter In omitting Merritt, NSW missed another chance to unite Aboriginal community behind Blues
Brad Walter Kangaroos stars Johnathan Thurston, Matt Scott and James Tamou are to be offered a percentage of North Queensland's salary cap in their next contracts due to the uncertainty about how high it will be.
Brad Walter Rumours that Cronulla players were using so-called ''horse drugs'' began after one member of the squad allegedly asked what ''equine'' meant.
Brad Walter AFTER missing out on Test five-eighth Johnathan Thurston, the Bulldogs have moved quickly to retain the services of Josh Reynolds and are tipped to announce his retention on a $1.
Brad Walter NSW officials hope forwards Tony Williams and Tim Grant will use the City-Country match to play themselves back into form before the coming State of Origin series.
Brad Walter The plight of Cronulla prop Andrew Fifita has helped highlight why league’s representative eligibility rules will always be problematic and how the City-Country match is losing its relevance.
Brad Walter If NSW don't have a bench utility of Kurt Gidley's calibre, then why bother picking one at all?
Brad Walter Win the game in the first half and score the points in the second. It's a saying as old as rugby league itself, but one that was as relevant as ever at Allianz Stadium yesterday.
Brad Walter Dumped Penrith centre vows to repay the faith of Blues coach Ricky Stuart.
Brad Walter It wasn't the Origin debut Todd Carney had hoped for but NSW coach Ricky Stuart could be satisfied with the performance of his new-look Blues side.
Brad Walter It wasn't the Origin debut Todd Carney was after but NSW coach Ricky Stuart could be satisfied with the performance of his new-look Blues side.
Brad Walter An independent analyst engaged by NSW officials to review Origin I has found that Queensland was able to get away with 10 incidents that warranted penalties, while match officials missed just one...
Brad Walter AN INDEPENDENT analyst engaged by NSW officials to review Origin I has found that Queensland were able to get away with 10 incidents that warranted penalties, while match officials missed just one...
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Brad Walter If NSW are to have any chance of preventing Queensland from sealing a record seventh consecutive series win in Origin II, Blues players have to hear what their coach Ricky Stuart told journalists at...
Brad Walter WESTS TIGERS props Aaron Woods and Keith Galloway will be vying for a place on the NSW interchange bench when they play the Raiders at Canberra Stadium tonight.
Greg Prichard and Brad Walter AFTER a traumatic week in which he farewelled his mother, Wests Tigers captain Robbie Farah has chosen to play in tonight's game against Newcastle at Hunter Stadium.
Brad Walter AFTER giving NSW a huge boost with a stunning comeback performance yesterday, Tony Williams provided more hope by predicting Glenn Stewart would also be fit for what he described as the biggest game...