Robert Lowe Benji Marshall describes former Kiwis teammate Sonny Bill Williams as the most intimidating opponent in the game and the key to New Zealand completing a successful defence of their Rugby League World...
Glenn Jackson Benji Marshall says one of his major regrets in leaving Wests Tigers is not being able to play alongside halfback Luke Brooks more often.
Ben Horne All the focus may be on Sonny Bill Williams' absence, but it's the loss of former skipper Benji Marshall that will be hardest for New Zealand to overcome in the World Cup.
Benji Marshall is out of the Kiwis squad for the World Cup but Adam Blair, Sam McKendry, and Tim Simona are among those who have been named in the first Kiwis train-on squad.
Ian McCullough Benji Marshall wants to finish his rugby league career by helping New Zealand defend their World Cup crown in the UK later this year, if he's allowed to play.
Chris Barrett Robbie Farah says he is torn between a club he loves and a close mate, admitting he was shocked to learn that Benji Marshall would be asking for a release from the final two years of his contract at...
Winning Starts Monday
Brad Walter Whenever Liam Fulton fills in at five-eighth for Wests Tigers, the renowned joker likes to boast to teammates about how so many of the club's fans are wearing his jersey.
Ben Horne Wests Tigers playmaker Tim Moltzen has avoided another ACL tear, but could still spend up to six months on the sidelines after suffering a broken kneecap at pre-season training on Thursday.
Chris Wilson Saturday Serve: The 2014 NRL draw is out but can somebody change the channel, I've seen this show before.
James MacSmith Braith Anasta says Wests Tigers can rebound from a horror 2013 to emerge as an NRL finals force next season.
Adrian Proszenko Jeremy Marshall-King will blow out the candles on his 18th birthday cake on Monday. What he wishes for is anybody's guess but it could well be the chance to make a name - his own name - for himself...
Brad Walter Australia hammers New Zealand to win rugby world cup in style.
Brad Walter The Kangaroos delivered a rugby league master class to claim a 10th World Cup title with a 34-2 demolition of New Zealand in Saturday's final at Old Trafford.
Brad Walter Billy Slater gave his World Cup winner's medal to Australian and Melbourne physiotherapist Tony Ayoub in appreciation of his efforts to get the star fullback on the field in the tournament decider.
David Long Kiwis prop Jared Waerea-Hargreaves, arguably the best front-rower in the league world, has revealed he could return to rugby union when his contract runs out with the Roosters in two years.
Brad Walter No matter how well New Zealand did in the past, critics could argue that few Kiwis would make the Australian team or a World XIII but that is no longer the case and regardless of the result of the...
James MacSmith Braith Anasta says he is as fit as ever as he heads into his 15th and probably final NRL season.
Michael Carayannis Limerick: Robbie Farah has called for patience as he looks to improve the culture at the Wests Tigers and help mould the club's youngsters as they prepare to lead a revamped team.
Adrian Proszenko Corey Brown goes to bed every night dreaming about making his debut for the Wests Tigers. But there was a time when it appeared he might not wake up at all.
Michael Chammas Wests Tigers coach Mick Potter is contemplating shifting Tim Moltzen back into the halves to partner teenager Luke Brooks next year.