Rugby League

Wed 13 Nov 2019

New twist in Fifita Bali cash claims

premium_icon New twist in Fifita Bali cash claims

Troubled NRL star David Fifita’s hefty charges to get bail have been deemed a “semi-charity” job by his Indonesian lawyers.

Fifita pays up for freedom

Fifita pays up for freedom

Broncos forward David Fifita was forced to pay three times the normal sum to secure his freedom from a Bali jail cell this week.

Internal war set to erupt over contract debacle

premium_icon Internal war set to erupt over contract debacle

While Todd Greenberg refused to blame players for the latest contract fiasco, the NRL boss revealed the RLPA had rejected talks to reform the current model.

Foran injury blow spells disaster for Dogs

premium_icon Foran injury blow spells disaster for Dogs

Kieran Foran’s shoulder injury is much worse than first thought and it has left the Bulldogs reeling and set for a fight with the NRL over salary cap relief.

Hatchet buried but Queensland want future Magic

premium_icon Hatchet buried but Queensland want future Magic

Todd Greenberg and Queensland government minister Kate Jones couldn’t agree on the hosting rights of the NRL grand final.

Tue 12 Nov 2019

Oates reveals Seibold’s savage appraisal

premium_icon Oates reveals Seibold’s savage appraisal

Broncos star Corey Oates has opened up on the brutal but ultimately fair end-of-season review from Anthony Seibold that he labelled the worst in his NRL career.

Integrity unit to investigate Fifita’s peace agreement

premium_icon Integrity unit to investigate Fifita’s peace agreement

Brisbane CEO Paul White says the club didn’t compensate the alleged victim of David Fifita in Bali, but the NRL integrity unit will launch an investigation.

Furious Greenberg lets fly: ‘We can’t afford this’

premium_icon Furious Greenberg lets fly: ‘We can’t afford this’

NRL boss Todd Greenberg has described the David Fifita Bali incident as a ‘terrible look’ and says players who make bad decisions put their careers in jeopardy

Cleary: How I’ll lead Penrith’s resurgence

premium_icon Cleary: How I’ll lead Penrith’s resurgence

After an underwhelming season and the departure of James Maloney, Nathan Cleary knows it is his time to take control of Penrith after missing the 2019 finals.

‘As close to murder as you can get’

‘As close to murder as you can get’

The Supreme Court Justice overseeing a stabbing case allegedly involving NRL star Manase Fainu has revealed just how serious the incident is.

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