As anyone would expect, Rugby League has venues all over Australia, from club-specific stadiums devoted entirely to the sport, to multi-purpose venues used also for cricket and football. Whatever the case though, seeing live Rugby League action in Australia can make for an unforgettable sporting experience, whether you’re a regular fan, an intrigued visitor, or even someone without much knowledge of the sport. The competitive spirit, the beauty of the stadiums, and the excitement and passion of the fans just makes for an incredible spectacle.
A Harvey Norman Jillaroos train-on squad has assembled on the Gold Coast today, ahead of a busy representative season.
NRL CEO Todd Greenberg has today paid tribute to Greg Inglis, who has announced his immediate retirement.
By Brian Lowe, Date: 5/3/19
An NRL proposal to introduce a ‘Wildcard’ weekend as part of the annual finals series has certainly got tongues wagging, particularly on social media, with most of the opinions expressed being less than favourable.
The NSW Rugby League has today received NSW Government support of $400,000 over four years to expand its successful Try League pilot program for culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities across Western Sydney, South Western Sydney and Coffs Harbour.
The end of season Trans-Tasman Double Header Test matches will be played at WIN Stadium in Wollongong on Friday October 25, 2019.
The 2019 Harvey Norman All-Stars is back with a bang with a new generation of Indigenous and Maori players selected to kick-off the 2019 rugby league season.
The Australian Schoolboys Rugby League team will be embarking on a four week tour of England later next month.