Glenn Jackson

Glenn Jackson

Glenn Jackson is a Rugby League Writer for The Sydney Morning Herald


Gold Coast show steel where it matters

Dave Taylor

Glenn Jackson It wasn't simply the fact that the Gold Coast have now won three matches in a row. It was the nature of them, in producing three first- half shut-outs, which have made the biggest statement.


Cowboys finally fold as resurgent Tigers play all their cards

Matthew Scott of the Cowboys is hit high by the Tigers' Liam Fulton at Leichhardt Oval on Friday night.

Glenn Jackson When you have gone through the worst losing streak in your club's history, you will take a win however they come, even if it's wet, ugly, and somewhat controversial.

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Brave Titans exploit sluggish Roosters defence

Ryan James

Glenn Jackson All of a sudden, Sydney Roosters will face South Sydney for the minor premiership on Friday night after two consecutive losses.

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Titans run roughshod over clueless Chooks


Glenn Jackson When teams talk of mathematical possibilities, it is never a good sign; like a board backing a beleaguered coach.


Hasler fined $10,000 over ref comments

Des Hasler.

Glenn Jackson Bulldogs coach Des Hasler has become the first victim of new guidelines on criticising referees, with the ARLC fining the premiership coach $10,000 for comments he made on Saturday night after the...

Civoniceva still hopeful of September swansong

Daly Cherry-Evans

Glenn Jackson Petero Civoniceva last night refused to contemplate the possibility that his illustrious career could come to a premature end next Friday night at Suncorp Stadium.

Luke's discipline questioned again

By Glenn Jackson Issac Luke's attempts at behavioural reform may have lasted a matter of minutes. In his comeback match from a suspension for a leg twist in the Four Nations tournament, Luke again found himself in...

Luke faces ban for alleged push on referee


Glenn Jackson Souths hooker Issac Luke's judiciary problems have continued after being charged with contrary conduct involving referee Jason Robinson in Saturday night's Charity Shield.

Luke pushes luck as ref contact attracts charge

Isaac Luke

Glenn Jackson ISSAC LUKE'S attempts at behavioural reform may have lasted a matter of minutes. In his comeback match from a suspension for a leg twist in the Four Nations tournament, Luke again found himself in...

Terry towels up stuttering Tigers as Raiding party rules the west

Raiders v Tigers

Glenn Jackson One group of men hunched, huffing and broken; the other quick and eager. Canberra came for a match few expected them to win. Clearly they were some of the few to believe, however.


Storm chasers: Sharks show they have measure of title pace-setters


Glenn Jackson Even through their six-match winning streak, which was abruptly ended by South Sydney last week, Cronulla were always waiting for this one to really prove a point.

Inu sensation: Kiwi shines on debut as Dogs dismantle Chooks


Glenn Jackson There is backing up from State of Origin, which is what many in the competition did over the round, and what Krisnan Inu did last night, which eclipsed all of it.


Stand-ins leave nothing in reserve to ensure tough day for Titans


Glenn Jackson For a match that was meant to mean nothing, this match sure proved a lot. You had to look hard to find it but, when you did, the result might just have shown as much about Cronulla as any other in...

Titans pay penalty as Dragons ease pressure … for now

Jamie Soward

Glenn Jackson THIS was certainly not the St George Illawarra of old. But they scratched and fought and, ultimately, won. The pressure will be eased on the team, and their coach, Steve Price.


Razor-sharp Barba cuts up Tigers as Dogs make it six straight wins

Ben Barba

Glenn Jackson HE has been a try-saver this season and has scored some miraculous ones into the bargain. But Bulldogs fullback Ben Barba proved he could be a provider as well last night.