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Penrith have re-signed captain Kevin Kingston on a one-year NRL deal. The rugged hooker had previously been told he was not wanted by the Panthers beyond this year but the 30-year-old will now be at the foot of the mountains for the 2014 season.
Today marks 100 days before New Zealand's first game at the league World Cup. Michael Brown talks to three individuals who will play a big part in the Kiwis' defence of their world title. The coach Stephen Kearney had very little time to think about
Sandor Earl has had a win in the NSW Supreme Court. Photo: Melissa Adams Canberra winger Sandor Earl, allegedly under investigation by the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority, has sought and obtained a Supreme Court injunction to prevent his
Gold Coast players have endured a mid-season flogging from coach John Cartwright in a bid to spark their NRL campaign back into life. The Titans went into last weekend's bye on the back of consecutive thrashings from Newcastle and Penrith, conceding
The 26-year-old suffered a partial strain to his patella tendon in the Dragons' round 16 loss to Penrith and hasn't played a game since. The club decided surgery was the best option for Hunt, whose side are battling to avoid the wooden spoon for the
Gold Coast will rest State of Origin stars Nate Myles and Greg Bird for this weekend's NRL clash against Manly. The pair were not named by coach John Cartwright on Tuesday to take on the Sea Eagles with both expected to be physically and mentally
Parramatta coach Ricky Stuart has revealed the difficulty he had in making the decision to drop Chris Sandow, but failed to shed any light on when fans could expect to see the halfback back in the NRL. Sandow was a spectator as the Eels went down to
Penrith whiz kid James Roberts has hailed Penrith supremo Phil Gould as his saviour after rescuing a NRL career that almost never was. Roberts, who scored a hat-trick for the Panthers in Saturday night's big win over Gold Coast, credited Penrith's
Having surged into the NRL top eight, Penrith coach Ivan Cleary is putting no limits on what his unheralded side can achieve. But Cleary is also the first to admit the Panthers remain very much a work in progress. Penrith won their fifth game from
James Maloney (Roosters) The signing of James Maloney has been one of the Roosters' best for many years. He might wear the number 6 but he has a number 7's mentality and has given the Roosters direction and taken a huge load off Mitchell Pearce.