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NRL side fined over concussion guideline breaches


NRL side North Queensland Cowboys have been fined $20,000 after becoming the latest Australian side to breach concussion guidelines – sending a warning to NRL clubs ahead of the play-off series. Wests Tigers and Canterbury have incurred fines already the season for breaching the rules, and the Cowboys have followed suit after an investigation into an incident involving Tariq Sims ... Read More »

Match report: Brisbane Broncos 16-12 North Queensland Cowboys


In a nutshell A late Andrew McCullough try consigns North Queensland to defeat, as the Brisbane Broncos get a precious win to back up their victory in Round One. How it unfolded First half: Matt Gillett manages to dance away from some North Queensland defenders to dart his way over, crashing in under the sticks. Corey Parker converts, and the ... Read More »

Officials can get away with murder

First published in League Express, Mon 5th Aug 2013 Malcolm Andrews reflects on the latest example of an NRL coach getting the sack. Regular readers are well aware of my love of the unorthodox nature of rugby players from the Pacific Islands.  Most have an inbred love of the game …  a passion that few Anglo-Saxons could ever hope to ... Read More »