Wigan and Warrington: The best of enemies

Featured 07 Jun 24, 12:18PM 0 Comments

Friendly rivals, respectful adversaries, frenemies – call it what you will. The term fits Wigan and Warrington like a glove. The Warriors and Wolves will do battle at Wembley this…

‘The team was on from the get go’: Nsemba on Wigan’s super semi win

Featured 22 May 24, 10:58AM 0 Comments

Wigan Warriors second-rower Junior Nsemaba says his side were ready from kick-off and did not let up in their one-side 38-6 Challenge Cup semi-final win over Hull KR. Wigan booked…

Peters tips Seibold to shine at Sea Eagles

Featured 01 Mar 23, 12:44PM 0 Comments

Former Manly assistant coach Willie Peters believes Anthony Seibold will be a hit with the Sea Eagles this year. Seibold has taken the reins at Brookvale following the axing of…

Greatest New Zealand Kiwis side from the past 40 years

Featured 22 Jul 21, 8:59PM 1 Comments

I’m a patriotic New Zealander, so obviously I support the New Zealand Kiwis. The thing that makes the international rugby league for their entire time of playing. We have seen…

Thurston V Cronk: Who was better?

Featured 22 Nov 20, 8:51AM 0 Comments

Queensland is hot off the heels of a historic State of Origin series victory, with halves Cameron Munster and Daly Cherry-Evans leading the way. However, Queensland’s greatest halves pairing in…

Ranking the Top 5 NRL Halfbacks from New South Wales

Featured 31 Mar 20, 12:33PM 0 Comments

Arguably the biggest talking point during State of Origin is who will be the New South Wales halfback. For many years now the Blues have given a number of halfbacks…

Rugby League should be paying a greater tribute to Ray French

Featured 23 Feb 19, 12:00AM 0 Comments

Ray French MBE, doyen of the BBC’s rugby league coverage since the 1980s, recently announced that he was finally hanging up the microphone and calling time on his media career.