n Friday night, we have the 3rd placed Rabbitohs facing off against the 4th place Sea Eagles. A battle pitches the 2014 Premiers up against a side which returns to Finals Footy after a long year out. It's said every week

Photo Credit: Getty Images/Cover Art e have now reached the second week of the NRL Finals, after Week One saw two more sides added to Rugby League’s red elimination list in the form of Newcastle and the Gold Coast, respectively. Those

Photo Credit: Getty Images/Cover Art ach and every NRL side battered and bruised its way through twenty-four clashes each this season. Players were injured and suspended, whilst COVID was also constantly a threat to their welfare and healthiness, and to the

here are only three regular-season rounds left before finals Footy kicks off and leaves us all wondering who’s going to take out this seasons Premiership. However, before any of that even gets underway there’s still the not so small matter to

Photo Credit: Getty Images/Cover Art ince scoring twenty straight unanswered points in the second half of last season’s Grand Final only to lose by just a converted try to Melbourne, Penrith has won an astonishing 14 of their last 16 games.

Photo Credit: Getty Images/Cover Art laying professional Rugby League can see you sitting on top of the world during your peak. But at your worst? The game can dispose of you within moments. Take a quick look at the game right

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