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Brad Walter is Chief Rugby League Writer for The Sydney Morning Herald
Brad Walter The Kangaroos laid the platform for an astonishing victory with the first set of six of the match.
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.
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Brad Walter For Wayne Bennett, a record eighth premiership with a third NRL club could be worth $1 million in bonuses from Newcastle owner Nathan Tinkler.
Brad Walter It should never be allowed to end this way but unless something changes in the coming days, Matt Bowen - the face of the Cowboys for 14 seasons - will play his final game in North Queensland and...
Michael Chammas, Brad Walter PARRAMATTA will have to fight off bids from St George Illawarra and Penrith to lure Corey Norman from Brisbane for next season.
Brad Walter PARRAMATTA members have been told the club is hopeful of finalising a deal with Israel Folau soon, and were still looking to sign English forward Gareth Hock in 2014 along with a leading front-rower,...
Brad Walter, Glenn Jackson PENRITH have sacked under-20s player Jake Galvin for his part in a vicious assault on a 77-year-old Pizza Hut delivery driver.
Brad Walter A CEO doesn't put bums on seats, so why the distorted pay scale?
Brad Walter AN NFL-style ''challenge system'' enabling coaches or captains to contest refereeing decisions is set to be trialled after a meeting of the game's Rules Advisory Committee today.
Brad Walter Captains will be allowed unlimited challenges to refereeing decisions under an NFL-style system to be trialled before the end of the season - as long as those challenges are proved correct.
Brad Walter CAPTAINS will be allowed unlimited challenges to refereeing decisions under an NFL-style system to be trialled before the end of the season – as long as those challenges are proved correct.
Brad Walter BENJI MARSHALL has predicted Johnathan Thurston will be more of a threat playing outside Robert Lui at North Queensland and admits the departure of his scrum-base partner is a huge blow for Wests...
Brad Walter MORE than 30 years after Arthur Beetson skippered Queensland in the first State of Origin match, the state now has indigenous players captaining all three NRL club teams.
Brad Walter TEST centre Willie Tonga has declared himself fit for Parramatta's opening round clash with Brisbane and may even make his first appearance back in Eels colours on Friday night against Penrith.
Brad Walter A MEETING between Cooper Cronk and his agent in Melbourne next week may hold the key to this season's NRL player transfer market, with rival clubs closely monitoring whatever decision he makes on his...
Brad Walter Parramatta prop Tim Mannah is tipped to be one of first players picked for NSW this season. Besides captain Paul Gallen, Penrith back-rower Luke Lewis and Newcastle utility Kurt Gidley, Sin Bin has...
Brad Walter RUGBY league's push to maintain its standing as the No.1 football code in western Sydney is set to receive a boost with the decision to play the first under-20s State of Origin match at Penrith.
Brad Walter KEITH GALLOWAY'S surprise return to action against Brisbane on Friday night will provide a timely boost not only for Wests Tigers but also Australia.
Brad Walter Todd Carney's State of Origin hopes have received a double boost after he outplayed incumbent NSW five-eighth Jamie Soward in Cronulla's 12-0 defeat of St George Illawarra and Warriors playmaker...
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Brad Walter Is Jarryd Hayne the man to stop Greg Inglis in State of Origin?