Greg Prichard Some facts and figures heading into the third week of the NRL finals.
Greg Prichard BACK when he was a kid, playing with his mates in the backyard or on the street, Krisnan Inu would attempt to win the muckaround game by doing something freaky, whether it was scoring a try or...
Greg Prichard WESTS Tigers' coach Tim Sheens said on the eve of the eve of last night's game that Canterbury weren't unbeatable, and in a way he was proved right - even though his team lost.
Greg Prichard In a warning shot to the Raiders ahead of tomorrow's season-defining clash at Canberra Stadium, Bulldogs players are adamant they would not be better off losing a game going into the finals.
Greg Prichard CANTERBURY players are adamant they are not scared of flying in the face of popular opinion that says they would be better off losing a game going into the finals.
Greg Prichard WESTS TIGERS players believe the team's performance in forcing competition leaders Canterbury into extra time before losing to a field goal proves they can win the premiership if they can make the...
Greg Prichard Canterbury fans should wait until after Saturday's game against Sydney Roosters before they judge their team.
Greg Prichard 1 One of the things proved by the sorry exit of Wests Tigers over the last two rounds - apart from the fact they weren't up to it this year and the team and coach Tim Sheens have been together too...
Greg Prichard Canterbury have signed New Zealand international Krisnan Inu from the Warriors, effective immediately.
Greg Prichard UNCERTAINTY over the future of Michael Jennings at Penrith is likely to remain now that he won't play at any level again until Origin II at ANZ Stadium on June 13.
Greg Prichard CANTERBURY are paying just $50,000 to have match-winner Krisnan Inu on their books for the bulk of this season.
Greg Prichard Tonight's game between Parramatta and Cronulla will give NSW a good idea of their chances against Queensland in State of Origin II.
Greg Prichard THE conspiracy theorists, many of whom may be just plain jealous of Canterbury's resurgence under new coach Des Hasler, have been wondering aloud: How can the Bulldogs keep going after star players...