|NSW UNDER 16s TEAM SELECTED |
The NSWRL Under-16s side, coached by State of Origin legend Brad Fittler, has been finalised.
|NSW COMBINED CATHOLIC COLLEGES ANNOUNCE 2016 REP TEAMS |
After another highly successful and well run State Trials at St. Marys last week, the NSW CCC have announced this years Under 15 & Under 18 teams to play in the Australian Schoolboy Championships in a few weeks.
|QUEENSLAND UNDER 16's ANNOUNCED
The Queensland Rugby League is proud to announce the 2016 QLD Under 16s team to take on the mighty NSW Blues Under 16s in the lead up to the 1st State of Origin
The big suprise is the Queensland U16 Cryil Connell Cup Champions the Townsville Blackhawks have only the 2 players in the 18 man squad
|PENRITH PANTHERS WIN TOUGH 2016 NATIONAL CLUB U18 CHAMPIONSHIP The Penrith Panthers had to fight hard in the 2nd half to win this year National Club U18 Championship against Qld Champions the Townsville Blackhawks
PENRITH PANTHERS 36 - 28 TOWNSVILLE BLACKHAWKS
Man of the Match - Trey Brown Panthers
|PARRAMATTA EELS ARE THE 2016 NATIONAL CLUB U16 CHAMPIONS |
The Parramatta Eels Harold Matthews Cup winning team dominated the National U16 Championship smashing the Townsville BLACKHAWKS 32 - 0 at Bishop Park in Brisbane today
|NSW JUNIOR REP ORIGIN SQUADS NAMED
|TOWNSVILLE BLACKHAWKS SIMPILY AWESOME IN MAL MENINGA CUP |
The Townsville Blackhawks played a controlled game in this years Mal Meninga Cup Grand Final and were too powerful across the ground despite Nths Devils moments of good footy
|TOWNSVILLE BLACKHAWKS 2nd HALF BLITZ SUCURES GRAND FINAL WIN |
After coming from an 18 - 0 defict in the 1st half, defending Cyril Connell Cup Champions the Townsville Blackhawks waited until the final siren to win a stirring Grand Final when a shock penalty in front with 40 seconds on the clock gave young Blackhawk Adam Cook the easiest kick of the day to win the 2016 Cyril Connell Cup
Townsville will play NSW u16s Champions the Parramatta EELS in next weeks National u16s Club Championships at Bishop Park, Queensland home of the Norths Devils footy club.
TOWNSVILLE BLACKHAWKS 20 - 18 South LOGAN MAGPIES
READ THE QRL GRAND FINAL MATCH REPORT
|PENRITH PANTHERS ARE THE SG BALL CUP CHAMPIONS
Congratulations to the Penrith Panthers after a well controlled game in the Grand Final to defeat the Illawarra Steelers 10 - 24
The Panthers will go on next week to REP NSW and get it on with the winner of Sundays QRL Mal Meninga Cup Grand Final between defending QRL Champions the Townsville Blackhawks and the Norths DEVILS
|PARRAMATTA EELS WIN HAROLD MATTHEWS CUP |
Congratulations to the Parramatta Eels Harold Matthews Cup team on winning this years HMC in a tough and tight Grand Final. The EELS hang on for a 2 point victory of the ever dangerous Newcastle Knights FULL TIME SCORE EELS 16 - 14 Knights
|CYRIL CONNELL CUP - Semi Final RESULTS |
Toowoomba Clydesdales 30 - 34 Townsville Blackhawks
South Logan Magpies 24 - 14 Norths Devils
MAL MENINGA CUP - Semi Final RESULTS
Townsville Blackhawks 54 - 24 Sunshine Coast Falcons
Gold Coast White 10 - 13 Norths Devils
|PARRAMATTA EELS v NEWCASTLE KNIGHTS in the 2016 NSWRL HAROLD MATTHEWS CUP GRAND FINAL |
The Newcastle Kights have defeated the Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs tot he tune of 24 - 16 in a tough Final at Campbelltown Stadium on Saturday arvo
|ILLAWARRA STEELERS GET IT ON WITH PENRITH PANTHERS IN 2016 SG BALL CUP GRAND FINAL
Despite a gun 2nd half by the Rabbitohs, the 2016 Minor Premiers are thru to next weeks 2016 SG Ball Cup Grand Final
STEELERS 30 - 28 Rabbitohs
Panthers 32 - 24 Knights
|EELS INTO BACK 2 BACK HMC GRAND FINALS
The Parramatta Eels are the 1st team into this years Harold Matthews Cup Grand Final after a tight 13 - 12 victory over Penrith this morning
|QRL CYRIL CONNELL CUP QUARTER FINALS NORTHS DEVILS 50 - 8 NORTHERN PRIDE |
TOWNSVILLE BLACKHAWKS 30 - 14 VICTORIA RUGBY LEAGUE
TOOWOOMBA CLYDESDALES 38 - 36 GOLD COAST GREEN
SOUTHS LOGAN MAGPIES 32 - 12 IPSWICH DIGGERS
NEXT WEEK’S GAMES
Saturday 30/Sunday 1 May Quarter Finals (All times and venues TBA)Game 5: Winner Townsville Blackhawks v Toowoomba Clydesdales
Norths Devils v Souths Logan Magpies
|QRL MAL MENINGA CUP QUARTER FINALS NORTHS DEVILS 36 - 32 CQ CAPRAS (extra time).|
TOWNSVILLE BLACKHAWKS 48 - 6 VICTORIA RUGBY LEAGUE
SUNSHINE COAST FALCONS 20 - 12 EASTS TIGERS
GOLD COAST WHITE 36 - 12 IPSWICH DIGGERS
NEXT WEEK’S GAMES
Saturday 30/Sunday 1 May Game 5: Winner Townsville Blackhawks v Sunshine Coast Falcons
Norths Devils v Gold Coast White
|2nd WEEK FINALS NSWRL JUNIOR REPS
Defending Australian U16 Champions are gone, Panthers too good on the day for Sharkies
CHECK OUT THE DRAW MATTYS CUP | SG BALL CUP
|ENGLAND YOUTH COMPLETE FRENCH DOUBLE
England Rugby League's Youth side are celebrating a historic double today after picking up two wins on their tour of France this week.
|ENGLAND UPSET FRANCE IN U16s TEST
The England under 16 travelled to France for a Test match and ended up winning a tight game 20 - 28
|CHASE STANLEY CUP & MICHAEL BUETTNER SHIELD KICK OFF
The NSWCHS Sports High School's Chase Stanley Cup (u15s) & Michael Buetther Shield (u13s) competitions kicked off today at Cabramatta Sports.
Again well organised by hosts Westfield SHS, with fellow Sports High Schools Endeavour & Illawarra, the boiz battled the extreem heat and provided 6 games of skillfull schoolboys footy played with terrific sportmanship by all schools... Great Action Photo's
|SCHOOL FOOTY IS BACK
The great news is kids all over Australia are starting their school footy season.
Today Endeavour SHS hosted Ashcroft HS in 2 games of footy on the FIELD of DREAMS, the mighty under 14s played a trial and it was also round 1 of the NSW CHS St Marys Cup. Endeavour won both games comfortably, more soon and heaps of action Photo's
ENDEAVOUR SHS v ASHCROFT HS ACTION PHOTO'S
| UNDER 14s | St MARYS CUP |
|NSWRL JUNIOR REPS SEASON TO KICK-OFF
Harold Matthews and SG Ball reigning premiers Cronulla Sharks will be out to create history when they begin their respective title defences tomorrow
|SHARKS AIM FOR DOUBLE DOUBLE The Cronulla Sharks begin their path of emulating their 2015 success this weekend when the 2016 NSWRL Junior Representative season kicks off.
|TIGER'S COACH PUMPED ABOUT PROSPECTS AGAINST KNIGHTS
Kenny is "looking forward" to the trial after an impressive final training session at Tamworth's Jack Woolaston Oval last Saturday.
|JUNIOR RUGBY LEAGUE RETENTION STUDY
The game is getting serious about addressing the issue of participation churn rates.
A child's experience with their club and in particular their coach plays a significant role in their continued involvement in sport and long-held anecdotal evidence suggests an over-competitive team environment is detrimental to keeping kids in sport.
|HANCOCK TO GUIDE DEVELOPMENT CAMP
|LET'S RESPECT THE REF'S
Respect is the key focus of the New South Wales Rugby League's 2016 game-wide initiative...
|FINAL TRIALS BEFORE 2016 NSWRL JUNIOR REPS SEASON KICKS OFF NEXT WEEK
In the last week of trials there have been exciting games of footy all over the place, the Canterbury Bulldogs travelled to Cronulla to play 5 trial match which included Holden Cup u20s, SG Ball u18s, Harold Matthews Cup u16s, U17s and U15's, what a stinking hot day it was too, but the footy was fantastic. C'mon 2016, Wrap & heaps of ACTION PHOTO'S soon
| U 15's | HMC | u 17's | SGB | U20's|
|KEEBRA PARK AIMING HIGHER IN 2016
|SHARKS TAKE ON TRAVELLING RAIDERS IN JUNIOR REP TRIALS
The Canberra Raiders travelled to Cronulla with four teams on 2 buses for their trial games against defending National & State Champions, the Cronulla Sharks. CHECK OUT THE GREAT ACTION PHOTO'S
|CRONULLA SHARKS ELITE TOUCH FOOTBALL PATHWAY
Sharks young gun Valentine Holmes and returning local junior Chad Townsend were on hand today to help launch a new club initiative in taking NRL pathways to another level as the Sharks announced they will put in place quality structures for the non-contact version of the game.
|CENTRAL COAST COMPETITIVE IN 1st HALF v St HELENS Check out OurFootyLiveScores
|INTERNATIONAL TOUR MATCH
The touring St. Helen's Academy have won their 1st game of this years Australian tour easily accounting for an experienced WestsTigers Academy 18 - 22 @ Campbelltown Stadium today.
|WHO WILL MAKE THE 2016 OURFOOTYTEAM TEAM OF THE YEAR