HOW would you celebrate a famous NRL grand final win? Head to Las Vegas? Hawaii? Europe? Pacific cruise?
CALL me a clown but it stinks how rugby league’s Marika Koroibete has been gifted a Wallabies tour with such indecent haste.
JAKE Trbojevic lives by the saying “I stick my head where people wouldn’t put their feet” as he closes in on a Test debut.
WAYNE Bennett should stop trying to rehabilitate the career of Benji Marshall and go all-out to bring Roosters’ boom forward Dylan Napa to the Broncos.
THEY’RE on the verge of becoming the first top tier nation to win 18 successive Test matches, but the All Blacks have already proved that they are the greatest team the world has ever seen over the past six years.
A BEMUSED Michael Cheika is at a loss to explain how All Blacks rival Steve Hansen was able to pick his team the day before the Wallabies announced it.
NSW coach Laurie Daley has thrown his support behind Robbie Farah and insists the new South Sydney recruit is still his first-choice hooker. However, Daley admits Blues vice-captain wasn’t at his best in this year’s series loss to Queensland, and will have to prove his worth at the Rabbitohs in 2017.
MATT Hodgson has re-signed for the his 12th and final Super Rugby season, but will relinquish the Western Force captaincy.
KIERAN Foran’s pending NRL return for the Warriors could ultimately deliver St George Illawarra a bolt of good fortune.
IT would be wrong for the NRL to block Kieran Foran’s return to rugby league and prevent the Warriors recruit from getting his life back on track, says his new teammate Shaun Johnson.
JARRYD Hayne has applauded the decision by his former San Francisco 49ers teammate Colin Kaepernick to take a stance against racial oppression and police brutality.
UNDER-pressure Bulldogs coach Des Hasler will remain at Belmore until at least the end of the 2017 season after his immediate future was decided at a marathon board meeting on Friday night.
GREG Inglis has revealed he considered a shock return to the Melbourne Storm before re-signing with the Rabbitohs.
CANTERBURY chairman Ray Dib has guaranteed Des Hasler will be head coach next season and plans to censure club legend Steve Mortimer for saying the Bulldogs were “losing our DNA’’.
HE could become Manly’s 70th Australian Test player in the club’s 70th season.
IF the rejuvenated Queensland Reds are to return to the Super Rugby finals they must tackle an element they have not dealt with in years – the weight of public expectation.
AN emotional Steve Mortimer has vowed to walk away from his position on the Bulldogs’ board if Des Hasler is handed a new two-year contract extension at Friday’s emergency meeting.