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Jordan Turner set to leave NRL for Huddersfield
BT Sport (press release) (subscription) (blog)
... their NRL team. Turner, who played in the NRL All Stars game at Newcastle in February, had been linked with Warrington, Salford and Wakefield but Press Association Sport understands the Giants have secured his services on a four-and-a-half-year deal.

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New Zealand Herald

Melbourne moves 2 points clear into 1st place in NRL
New Zealand Herald
SYDNEY (AP) " The Melbourne Storm moved two points clear of three chasing teams to claim first place after 11 rounds in the National Rugby League following a 14-6 win Sunday over South Sydney. The Storm's ninth win in 11 matches left it ahead of ...
NRL round 11 review: NSW State of Origin team, Andrew Voss urges Laurie Daley to pick Paul VaughanFox Sports

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NRL: Quiet Warrior Jacob Lillyman ready to step up for Maroons
New Zealand Herald
Queensland again played the loyalty card to retain the likes of 33-year-old Lillyman and Sydney Roosters backrower Aidan Guerra for Wednesday night's State of Origin series opener at Brisbane's Suncorp Stadium despite quiet NRL season starts.
Matty Johns points out Wayne Bennett
Walters backs Milford from the startCourier Mail
NRL stars Anthony Milford and Nathan Peats under Origin ... - TVNZTVNZ -The Australian -Gold Coast Bulletin
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League: Benji Marshall's NRL comeback spells trouble for Warriors ...
New Zealand Herald
Benji Marshall could be making his NRL comeback at the worst possible time for the Warriors. - New Zealand Herald.

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New Zealand Herald

Warriors holding back NRL: Aussie writers
New Zealand Herald
Dejected players Kieran Foran and Issac Luke after the team's defeat to the Dragons. Photosport. Two Aussie league writers have slammed the Warriors with the side's recent performances labelled 'nothing short of disgraceful' while claiming the team ...
NRL 2017: Warriors Shaun Johnson, Kieran Foran, Stephen Kearney strugglingFox Sports

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Live updates: New Zealand Warriors vs Brisbane Broncos - NRL
FULLTIME: A well-deserved win for the Warriors, their fifth of 2017. A number of players were impressive for the home team. The fans, the players and coaching staff will be delighted with that result. The Warriors will face the Paramatta Eels in Sydney ...
LIVE: Warriors fighting to get NRL season back on track against Benji Marshall and understrength BroncosTVNZ
Gallen inspires Sharks to NRL comebackYahoo7 Sport
NRL: Round 12 Saturday matchesThe Australian
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NRL: Castle resigns as Bulldogs CEO
New Zealand Herald
New Zealander Raelene Castle has resigned as chief executive of the Bulldogs and will depart the NRL club at the end of the season. The former Netball NZ boss has been with Bulldogs for four years with the club paying tribute to her today. "Raelene has ...
Raelene Castle quits Bulldogs over
'Family club' fractured as Kiwi Raelene Castle resigns as Bulldogs chief

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Lolohea set for Tigers switch
WESTS Tigers are expected to formally announce the signing of Tui Lolohea on Monday, with the young Warriors playmaker and fullback a good chance to run out against St George Illawarra next Saturday. Lolohea's management confirmed on Friday the ...

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NRL's $160m war chest is a smart investment - Roy Masters
The sport has been geared for some time to receiving much more money, increased player salaries (the salary cap was A$3.8m [NZ$4m] in 2006 and has been projected to be over A$9m [NZ$9.6m] in 2017), increased wages for coaches (and more of them) ...
Bickering at the very top shows NRL is a house dividedThe Australian
Clubs fire back after Grant

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New Zealand Herald

NRL: Warriors need to perform against Broncos or face the axe
New Zealand Herald
Warriors coach Stephen Kearney has resisted making sweeping changes but his under-performing players are running low on brownie points going into Saturday's NRL clash against Brisbane. A number of players are lucky to have retained their spots after ...

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