The Dream Is Alive
History beckons for the Parramatta Eels as they head into a preliminary final against the heavily favoured North Queensland Cowboys.
The Pitfalls of Chasing History
Recalling a legendary player or former coach is often tempting for a club trying to recapture former glory. But rarely does it work, and often it tarnishes the coach’s legacy.
Harry Grant: Following the Professor
Harry Grant has filled the Melbourne Storm boots of Cameron Smith and seems to be taking the hooking position to the next level.
The Wildly Inconsistent NRL
The NRL can’t decide whether it wants to punish players for foul play, or ignore it, and it’s becoming a big problem.
The Corner Post: RIP
More than a decade since the NRL changed the corner post rule, and we’re witnessing more breath-taking finishes than ever before.
The Need For NRLW Professionals
The NRL has reached the point of no return when it comes to making the NRLW players full time professionals as the competition expands.
A Way Too Early Look At The World Cup Part I
Five years in the making, this rugby league world cup could be one of the best yet as Pacific nations continue to improve.
The NRL is a Danger to Itself Part III
The NRL is once again being run by someone who appears incapable of recognising he is the root of the game’s problems.
The NRL Should Want International Footy
International rugby league is the perfect way to grow the game. But the NRL seems perfectly content to remain in its isolated outpost.
The NRL Vaccination Question
The NRL has largely stayed out of the vaccination debate, but it will need to wade in if it hopes to keep the 2022 season running smoothly.
Women’s League Deserves Professionalism
The NRLW is set for its biggest year yet, but the players deserve more than what they’re receiving at the moment.