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Brad Walter is Chief Rugby League Writer for The Sydney Morning Herald
Brad Walter NRL officials have privately questioned the snubbing of Sonny Bill Williams and several Manly stars at Wednesday night's Dally M awards.
Brad Walter, Michael Chammas NSW hooker Robbie Farah has been ruled out of Monday night's club match against the Broncos but his Wests Tigers coach Mick Potter believes he will be fit for Origin II.
State of Origin
Brad Walter Josh Dugan and Michael Ennis are believed to have been earmarked as the standby players to replace injured NSW duo Jarryd Hayne and Robbie Farah in Origin II at Suncorp Stadium on June 26.
Brad Walter Des Hasler isn't the only one who believes James Graham may not have deliberately bitten Billy Slater in last season's grand final.
Brad Walter NSW officials hope forwards Tony Williams and Tim Grant will use the City-Country match to play themselves back into form before the coming State of Origin series.
Brad Walter South Sydney players credited the shock dumping of skipper Michael Crocker for a clinical 17-12 defeat of Canterbury that has given the Rabbitohs their best start to a season since the club's latest...
Brad Walter CANTERBURY forward Frank Pritchard believes rival players have begun deliberately colliding with him when he runs as a decoy in attack to try and get a penalty for obstruction.
Brad Walter CANTERBURY players have given an insight into how Des Hasler has taken them from missing the finals in the past two seasons to being just one win from the premiership decider.
Brad Walter Des Hasler is just 80 minutes from becoming the first coach in premiership history to win back-to-back grand finals with different clubs after Canterbury's 32-8 defeat of South Sydney last night.
Brad Walter JOSH REYNOLDS'S grandmother admits she cringes that he is nicknamed ''Grub'' and wants people to know the Canterbury five-eighth is completely different off the field.
Brad Walter WHEN Bulldogs halfback Kris Keating gets the ball, he has three options.
Brad Walter Angry Storm players demanded to know why Canterbury forward James Graham wasn't sent off yesterday.
Brad Walter ANGRY Storm players demanded to know why Canterbury forward James Graham wasn't sent off in yesterday's grand final over an alleged bite that drew blood from Billy Slater's left ear.
Brad Walter, Sydney Canterbury Bulldogs get the better of Manly in a fiery start to the NRL finals.
Brad Walter MANLY centre Steve Matai would have been lucky to play again this year after his high tackle on Canterbury winger Sam Perrett on Friday night if a previous suspension hadn’t been wiped from his...
Brad Walter ANGERED by revelations that Canterbury have won the penalty count in just three matches this season, Bulldogs fans have begun a campaign to raise $10,000 to pay the fine imposed on coach Des Hasler...
Brad Walter AFTER cutting down giant Brisbane forward Ben Hannant in one of two try-saving tackles he made yesterday, Canterbury fullback Ben Barba revealed that he had been motivated by the prop declaring,...
Brad Walter ENGLISH forwards Adrian Morley, Gareth Ellis and Sam Burgess have made a huge impact on the NRL in recent years but statistics from Super League suggest that new Bulldogs prop James Graham might be...
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 MICHAEL ENNIS will celebrate his 150th NRL match today by leading the Bulldogs out against South Sydney at ANZ Stadium but the Canterbury captain could have been playing for the Rabbitohs if Wayne...