Roosters break Canterbury hearts

David Sygall 9:48 PM   Canterbury's season hangs by a thread after they fell at the last hurdle in an unforgettable¬†clash with the Sydney Roosters at Allianz Stadium on Friday night.

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Eagles Angels consider Manly exit

Adrian Proszenko   The Eagles Angels, Manly's pioneering female league supporters group, is considering breaking away from the club after being neglected by its new management regime.

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Turner ready to put body on line 

Daniel Lane    South Sydney forward John Sutton described the return of Kyle Turner from a serious neck operation as a huge boost for the club as they brace for the serious stage of their premiership title defence.

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Judiciary 'deadset right': Bellamy

Roy Ward   Bellamy says NRL judiciary "deadset right" in clearing star prop of biting.

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NRL stars support Adam Goodes

Brad Walter   Indigenous players from a range of clubs are planning displays of Aboriginal pride.

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Gallen re-signs with Cronulla

Darren Walton   Paul Gallen is officially available for State of Origin selection next year after reaching an agreement with Cronulla.

Toovey pays price for Stewart's exit

Adrian Proszenko   Geoff Toovey has paid the price for Glenn Stewart's departure from Manly.

Brown praises Barrett signing

Michael Carayannis   Lewis Brown explains why he is excited to reunite with Trent Barrett at Manly next year.

Bromwich cleared of biting Dugan

Sebastian Hassett   Melbourne prop Jesse Bromwich has been cleared of biting Dragon Josh Dugan.

Barrett to offer Manly fresh start

Brad Walter   Trent Barrett possesses a cool head and a smart football brain but the best thing he will bring to Manly is a lack of baggage.

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Mata'utia brothers to meet on field

Mitch Jennings   The Mata'utia clan are close, but oldest brother Peter has given his siblings a wide berth this week.

Soliola expects fired-up Cowboys

Lee Gaskin   Raiders forward Sia Soliola says public scrutiny of the Cowboys will only bring the team closer together.

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League poisoned by sewer-rat behaviour

Darren Kane 7:00 PM   A victim impaled on a fence - it's not a criminal court, it's a junior rugby league tribunal.

Set of Six

Michael Carayannis 1:55 PM   The six big talking points heading into round 21.

Phil Gould

Phil Gould   If you think that having a working knowledge of how to play the game of rugby league is all you need to do this job, then please - think again.

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Andrew Webster

Andrew Webster   The Sharks should never have allowed prop Andrew Fifita play against the Bulldogs.

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Winning Starts Monday

Brad Walter   Backchat and abuse is directed towards referees every week in the NRL. It is a culture that explains the Fifita brothers' mistreatment of a junior league official.

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Set of Six

Steve Mascord   Bill Harrigan says Andrew and David Fifita should be suspended for 12 months if found guilty of abusing a junior referee.

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Phil Gould

Phil Gould   There was only one scenario whereby the Sharks could beat the Bulldogs on their home patch at Belmore. It was exactly the one that played out.

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Phil Gould   Six weeks out from the finals and our NRL ladder has finally started to reflect the relative strengths of the 16 teams involved.

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Danny Weidler

Danny Weidler   For much of the year it has been a season to remember for Shaun Kenny-Dowall. But in recent days his family has discussed the fact that memories may be all they have.

Sin Bin

Adrian Proszenko   The NRL's desire to speed up the game with shot clocks could  adversely impact its bargaining power in the next broadcast deal.

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In power games, individuals lose 

Malcolm Knox   Today's rugby league belongs securely with the bosses.

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Discord

Steve Mascord   Just how good is JT? His standing in the game should not be judged by how far the Cowboys go this year.

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