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Rugby League news from Thursday, April 19, 2018

- Picture credit: “Being inclusive can't just be a word on a wall. You have to live and breathe it every day. Sometimes you get challenged on that. Inclusiveness also means everyone gets their view.”  As the fallout from Israel Folau’s explosive Instagram comments continue, these were the strong words that NRL CEO Todd Greenberg had in response to speculation that Folau may seek a return to ...

- Overview  Round 7 wraps up with the match featuring the in-form Panthers, who travel to the Sutherland Shire to tackle the decimated Sharks. A rivalry definitely exists within this match for the reason that both combatants entered the competition in the same year, back in 1967.  ????The Sharks come into this match on the back of a second consecutive defeat, this time to their bitter rivals in th...

- Overview The beleaguered Bulldogs enter Round 7 in desperate need of two competition points while the Roosters will also be desperate to turnaround their mixed fortunes and get on the right path with a win. Pre-season favourites to win the title, the Roosters are slumped in sixth place after six weeks of the league season and anything short of a win in prime time against the dismal Dogs will be a ...

Rugby League news from Wednesday, April 18, 2018

- Matt Whitley has put pen to paper on a new three-year deal with Widnes Vikings. The 22-year-old Academy product has cemented himself as a key player under Denis Betts at the Vikings after making his debut in 2015. Individual accolades have followed the back-rower, who was shortlisted for the Albert Goldthorpe Rookie of the Year award in 2015 and the… The post Matt Whitley pens new long-term deal...

- Leigh Centurions are set to complete the shock signing of six-time Grand Final winner Ryan Bailey. The 33-year-old will link up with the Centurions having spent the start of the season with League 1 side Workington Town. Bailey has made a name for himself during his career, having established himself as one of the game’s most recognisable characters. A love… The post Ryan Bailey set for shock ...

- • Young players must be encouraged to take risks, says Pryce• Half-back in particular a position where Kangaroos have the edgeThe former Great Britain half-back, Leon Pryce, has said young English half-backs are being "over-coached" and prevented from playing the way which could be the answer to ending Australia's dominance of world rugby league.England came within one game of winning the Worl...

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