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Brad Walter is Chief Rugby League Writer for The Sydney Morning Herald
Brad Walter CANTERBURY will fight a $10,000 fine against coach Des Hasler after the Bulldogs coach was accused of using a false account of an on-field discussion between match officials to imply that decisions...
Brad Walter Tony Archer has been appointed to control a Canterbury match for the first time in more than two years on Sunday after Bulldogs coach Des Hasler alerted referees bosses Bill Harrigan and Stuart Raper...
Brad Walter AN NFL-style ''challenge system'' enabling coaches or captains to contest refereeing decisions is set to be trialled after a meeting of the game's Rules Advisory Committee today.
Brad Walter Captains will be allowed unlimited challenges to refereeing decisions under an NFL-style system to be trialled before the end of the season - as long as those challenges are proved correct.
Brad Walter CAPTAINS will be allowed unlimited challenges to refereeing decisions under an NFL-style system to be trialled before the end of the season – as long as those challenges are proved correct.
Brad Walter ''Gentlemen, we have put this DVD together to hopefully dispel confusion around obstruction calls.''
Brad Walter WESTS TIGERS playmaker Benji Marshall is free to play in Saturday night's must-win clash with Melbourne after pleading guilty to a dangerous contact charge.
Brad Walter KRISNAN INU has vowed to repay Des Hasler for the faith he showed in him when he signed the goalkicking centre mid-season by helping Canterbury win a premiership on Sunday.
Brad Walter, Adrian Proszenko Bill Harrigan and Stuart Raper's refusal to concede match officials got controversial decisions wrong in State of Origin led to the sacking of the referees bosses yesterday.
Brad Walter ARL Commission chairman John Grant has indicated that the appointment of a new chief executive may not be far away but, five months after David Gallop's resignation, it is no longer the most pressing...
Glenn Jackson, Brad Walter HE was announced as Wests Tigers coach less than a fortnight ago, yet after taking charge of his first training session with his new club, Mick Potter insisted the pre-season was ''on schedule''.
Brad Walter THE controversial benefit-of-the-doubt rule is set to be scrapped after the appointment of a new refereeing structure headed by former Parramatta and Warriors coach Daniel Anderson.
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.
Winning Starts Monday
Brad Walter Forget the moral outrage over the rights and wrongs of Paul Gallen punching Nate Myles in last Wednesday night's State of Origin.
Glenn Jackson, Michael Carayannis, Daniel Lane, Chris Barrett, Brad Walter NSW's class of '13 recall where they were the last time the Blues won a State of Origin series.
Brad Walter Titans founder Michael Searle has stood down as chief executive of the Gold Coast Titans
Brad Walter REFEREES' boss Bill Harrigan has warned coaches a blitz on wrestling tactics that forced Dragons captain Ben Hornby to concede his team may have to change its tackling style would continue.
Brad Walter Referees boss Bill Harrigan has warned coaches a blitz on wrestling tactics that forced Dragons captain Ben Hornby to concede his team may have to change its tackling style would continue.
Brad Walter Officials stood down over golden-point blunder that sparked Sharks fury
Brad Walter VIDEO referee Steve Clark could have been the third match official axed from Sunday's Tigers-Sharks clash at Leichhardt Oval after admitting he would have awarded a disallowed try to Cronulla centre...