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Moses shows he has it on big stage again
Mitchell Moses' player-of-the-series performance at the World Cup nines again showed he has what it takes to perform on the big stage ahead of a massive 2020.
Brown, Graham and Nofoaluma hurt at nines
Most NRL players escaped rugby league's World Cup Nines without any serious injuries, with Parramatta lock Nathan Brown's ankle the main concern.
Isaako warms up for Kiwis with nines blitz
New Zealand star Jamayne Isaako scored a tournament-high seven tries in the inaugural World Cup nines tournament in Sydney.
RL boss eyes nines in USA, Middle East
International rugby league boss Nigel Wood sees the nines format as the ideal form of the game to take to the USA, Europe and Middle East.
Meninga considers Fifita for Kangaroos
Junior Kangaroos forward David Fifita could force his way into the senior squad for their second Test against Tonga in a fortnight.
Lebanon nines dream turns to nightmare
Lebanon's dream run at the World Cup Nines has ended in farcical scenes that included a 17-year-old being denied a debut after warming up with the team.
Kiwi Ferns upset Jillaroos for nines crown
New Zealand have defeated Australian 17-15 to claim the inaugural women's World Cup Nines in Sydney.
Moses at home as Aussies win maiden nines
Mitchell Moses love affair with Bankwest Stadium continued as he scored a hat-trick in the Kangaroos' 24-10 World Cup Nines grand final win over New Zealand.
Kukis rookie made of good stock: Iro
The son of former New Zealand international Kevin Iro scored two tries in the Cook Islands' shock World Cup nines win over Tonga.
Most are against Nelson decision: Johnson
New Zealand star Shaun Johnson believes most are against the decision to hand Nelson Asofa-Solomona a three-game ban for his Bali brawl.
Andrew Fifita missing, Tongan 9s in crisis
Star-studded Tonga's World Cup nines campaign is hanging by a thread after being flogged 30-7 by the lowly ranked Cook Islands with Andrew Fifita watching on.
Kangaroos beat Kiwis to start league nines
David Fifita has starred in his first senior game for Australia, who've beaten New Zealand to avoid joining a long list of shock losers at the World Cup nines.
Jillaroos start strong in World Cup Nines
Australia and England have opened their World Cup Nines campaigns with wins against New Zealand and Papua New Guinea respectively.
Titans sponsor apologises for James gaffe
Gold Coast sponsor TFH have reaffirmed their commitment to the NRL club after causing a stir when captain Ryan James was implicated in talks to end the deal.
Storm's Asofa-Solomona to miss Kiwi Tests
Nelson Asofa-Solomona has been suspended for New Zealand's three upcoming Tests as punishment for his Bali brawl but can he play in round one of the NRL.
NSWRL wants country teams in reserve grade
NSW Rugby League boss Dave Trodden plans to have more regional teams playing in the NSW Cup to create better links with NRL clubs.
Knights let Gavet go early to Super League
Huddersfield have signed Samoan international prop James Gavet on a two-year deal from Newcastle, who've let him out of the final 12 months of his NRL contract.
Womens' Nines a sign of changing times
Only four players remain from the Jillaroos' Nines squad of two years ago to now, showing just how quick the women's game has changed.
Meninga urges league 9s to be given time
Mal Meninga wants organisers to persist with the Nines at an international level, believing it will only increase in skill and as a showcase of rugby league.
Quick look at the World Cup Nines
How the 12 teams shape up ahead of the World Cup Nines at Parramatta's Bankwest Stadium this weekend.
Kangaroos rookie explored England chance
Kangaroos rookie AJ Brimson spoke with Wayne Bennett about the possibility of playing for England before being picked by Australia.
Meninga wary of underdog Nines threats
Having seen first-hand how dangerous underdog teams can be at international Nines tournaments, Kangaroos coach Mal Meninga is wary ahead of the World Cup.
Greenberg urges NRL stars to avoid trouble
NRL boss Todd Greenberg says players should walk away from trouble and not react, as the league continue to investigate Nelson Asofa-Solomona's Bali brawl.
Williams wants to bring style to Canberra
Canberra No.7 George Williams is ready to end the long line of English backs and halves who have failed the shine in the NRL after moving from the Super League.
Short-term GF pain for long-term gain: NRL
The NSW government has staved off interest from Queensland, Western Australia, Victoria and New Zealand to host the NRL grand final.
Titans sponsor "weak" on James: Meninga
Gold Coast official and rugby league immortal Mal Meninga has labelled a call by a Titans sponsor to drop the club over Ryan James' grand final gaffe as "weak".
Meninga understands why Smith could retire
Mal Meninga hopes Cameron Smith plays on but he says he could understand if "un-Australian" criticism made the Melbourne star want to quit the NRL.
Bennett plays down Burgess injury fears
Wayne Bennett has responded to fears South Sydney captain Sam Burgess may be forced to retire from the NRL due to ongoing shoulder issues.
Fifita ready to make impact at Nines
Jason Taumalolo reckons Andrew Fifita's body doesn't say halfback, but the Tongan star is adamant he can make an impact in the Nines.
Graham 'humbled' to be Britain RL skipper
James Graham will captain Great Britain for a re-formed Lions tour that will include Test matches against Tonga, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea.
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