Returning Reynolds vows to bring more calm, less calamity to Bulldogs

Adrian Proszenko 8:52 PM   Josh Reynolds reckons he can be the "calming influence" on the Bulldogs in their charge to the finals. Yep, you read that right. The calming influence.

Editor's picks

Best of the best: NRL Team of 2015

Phil Gould   Here you go folks. Here's my opinion. Fight over this lot. Enjoy your football.

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The Little Master's greatest battle

In one of his favourite pieces, late Herald rugby league reporter Alan Clarkson pays tribute to Clive Churchill and talks to the former Test fullback about his career and battle with cancer.

Who's the NRL's best of the best? 

Who do you think have been the stars of the NRL this season? You can vote now for the MVPs of 2015 in each position, coaches, rookies, the best and fairest player, and much more.

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Warriors partied onstage before drubbing

4:23 PM   Three New Zealand Warriors players have been caught partying hard two nights before the Auckland-based NRL club fell to their second hammering in a row. 

Evans remembers the old days

Daniel Lane 3:56 PM   Sydney Roosters forward Kane Evans admitted no-one has been more surprised by his success than himself. 

Is this the greatest full-time fail?

Jamie Marcuson 5:29 PM   VIDEO: Spare a thought for Batley Bulldogs fullback Shaun Ainscough who has produced one of the finest fails in the game.

Burgess hopes to see brother back in the NRL

Brad Walter   South Sydney prop George Burgess is immensely proud of brother Sam's achievement in making the England squad for the coming Rugby World Cup but still hopes to see him back in the NRL.

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Brennan 'now ready for Knights'

Adrian Proszenko   Garth Brennan says he's ready to take the step up as a head coach at Newcastle, believing his understanding of the unique Knights culture will be an asset.

Gordon delights in finals farewell

If Michael Gordon had his way, he would have been part of Parramatta's Mad Monday festivities.

Maguire insists he is staying at Souths

Brad Walter   Michael Maguire has reassured Souths players and supporters he won't be moving to Newcastle

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Trontrunner to take over at Tigers

Michael Carayannis   Penrith Panthers boss has emerged as the front-runner to take over as chief executive of the Wests Tigers.

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Join the debate

Jones should be last to criticise

Peter FitzSimons 1:41 PM   It didn't take Alan Jones long to run the Tigers into the ground when he was coach.

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Maguire to Newcastle?

Andrew Webster   It's time for the Souths coach to start somewhere new.

Why Farah is on the outer 

Brad Walter   Hooker's brooding negativity after defeats has put him offside with coach Jason Taylor.

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Set of six

Steve Mascord    The NRL must pay tribute to the rugby league players who have died playing the game this year in a meaningful, central way at the grand final.

Danny Weidler

Danny Weidler   Farah victim of Taylor power play.

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Sin Bin

Adrian Proszenko   Seven ready to climb aboard Hayne Plane.

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Best of the best: NRL Team of 2015

Phil Gould   Here you go folks. Here's my opinion. Fight over this lot. Enjoy your football.

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Why the RLPA should help Farah

Steve Mascord   The Robbie Farah imbroglio comes at an interesting time.

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Fox Sports' 'huge' play for Joey

Andrew Webster   Fox Sports going nowhere as they move to sign up Immortal.

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NRL previews: Round 25

Chris Boulous   Broncos eye minor premiership in clash with Rabbitohs.

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Winning Starts Monday

Brad Walter   Why the NRL and Nine rushed into record deal.

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Questions remain

Andrew Webster   Rugby league will be white-knuckling for the next six months.

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