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  • Dugan gives Dragons contract deadline January 11, 2017
    ST GEORGE Illawarra star Josh Dugan has revealed his manager has begun contract negotiations with the Dragons. The off-contract fullback explains why he wants to fast-track talks.
  • Pearce, Napa headline $5m Roosters fight January 11, 2017
    MITCHELL Pearce is one of 16 players in the Roosters’ top squad off contract in 2017 and has joined Dylan Napa in kicking off talks for a new deal.
  • Semi’s Parramatta exit confirmed January 11, 2017
    OFFICIAL: Parramatta’s Fijian flyer Semi Radradra will bid farewell to the Eels at the conclusion of the 2017 NRL season.
  • Matulino to miss start of season January 11, 2017
    WARRIORS prop Ben Matulino is set to undergo knee surgery and will miss the start of the NRL season.
  • Rusty, Joey and me: Keary’s life lessons January 11, 2017
    LUKE Keary gives us the lowdown on his infamous stoush with Rabbitohs owner Russell Crowe, a fresh start with the Roosters and working with the greatest half of all in Andrew Johns.
  • Struggling Manly stars’ careers in limbo January 11, 2017
    THE careers of Manly veterans Brett Stewart and Steve Matai are hanging by a thread, with both stars still yet to return to pre-season training.
  • Hayne to play lighter weight in 2017 January 10, 2017
    GOLD Coast’s prized recruit Jarryd Hayne will return a leaner fullback in 2017 at the request of Titans coach Neil Henry.
  • Proctor has Titans in good health January 10, 2017
    FRESH from Melbourne Storm’s success factory, Kevin Proctor looms as the man who could finally deliver a winning NRL culture to the Gold Coast.
  • Sandow fined over public brawl January 10, 2017
    FORMER NRL star Chris Sandow has escaped a conviction over a New Year’s Day brawl after agreeing to speak out against violence.
  • Thaiday’s odd pre-season request to Wayne January 9, 2017
    MOST retirees say the thought of another long pre-season on the training paddock is what pushes them to up stumps. But veteran Sam Thaiday can’t think of anything better.