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Penrith and District Junior Rugby League launches app with recorded footy games - dailytelegraph.com.au

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FAMILY and friends can watch junior football games via a new and exciting app if they can’t get to the match.

Penrith and District Junior Rugby League’s app will make available all Sunday matches and 80 per cent of Saturday clashes after the games.

The app has been launched this past weekend for round two, after a washed out round one.

“Everybody loves the idea,” junior league manager Phil Cummings said.

“One of the major benefits is that parents and grandparents can watch the players in action if they miss the games,” Mr Cummings said.

The new Panthers Juniors app will make available recordings of all grades of the competition. Picture: Justin Sanson

The idea was conceived late last year when the league was filming semi-final and grand finals and decided it would be worth recording all games, from under-6s to...


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Country Rugby League boss Terry Quinn labels Canterbury Bulldogs representative no-show a 'disgrace' - The Sydney Morning Herald

Country Rugby League boss Terry Quinn has labelled Canterbury's decision to pull their players out of the last City-Country match a "disgrace" and fears the chances of genuine State of Origin contenders could be cruelled if other clubs follow suit.

Bulldogs players have been banned from the final City-Country fixture in Mudgee on May 7 after club officials cited welfare concerns because of a four-day turnaround.

Origin dress rehearsal: Tyson Frizell of Country is tackled by Chris Lawrence and Aidan Sezer of City during last year's ... Origin dress rehearsal: Tyson Frizell of Country is tackled by Chris Lawrence and Aidan Sezer of City during last year's City-Country clash at Scully Park, Tamworth. Photo: Getty Images

NSW coach Laurie Daley had told match organisers they were free to pick the best players available in the hope it would serve as a genuine Origin audition for a raft of probables and possibles.

Josh Morris, Brett Morris, Josh Jackson, Aiden Tolman, Matt Frawley, Adam Elliott and Kerrod...


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Australian team to play New Zealand in Anzac Test revealed - NEWS.com.au

Rugby League: ARLC chairman John Grant has announced the Australian team to take on the New Zealand side next Friday in Canberra.

Billy Slater was close but not close enough.

COACH Mal Meninga has revealed the Australian team to take on New Zealand in this year’s Anzac Test.

The Kangaroos will play the Kiwis on Friday May 5 at Canberra’s GIO Stadium.

The team is:

1. Darius Boyd (Broncos)

2. Blake Ferguson (Roosters)

3. Will Chambers (Storm)

4. Josh Dugan (Dragons)

5. Valentine Holmes (Sharks)

6. Johnathan Thurston (Cowboys)

7. Cooper Cronk (Storm)

8. Aaron Woods (Tigers)

9. Cameron Smith (Storm)

10. David Klemmer (Bulldogs)

11. Boyd Cordner (Roosters)

12. Matt Gillett (Broncos)

13. Trent Merrin (Panthers)

14. Michael Morgan (Cowboys)

15. Tyson Frizell (Dragons)

16. Josh Papalii (Raiders)

17. Sam Thaiday (Broncos)

18. Shannon Boyd (Raiders)

19. James Maloney...


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Think loyalty is dead in rugby league? Think again - The Roar

Discussions about the concept of loyalty in rugby league have effectively become moot points in the machinations of the modern game.

Ever since the residential criteria rule changes in the late fifties and players became free to roam beyond their local teams to seek greener pastures, the game has evolved.

Many see that evolution as a hollow one, allowing self-interest and greed become the natural as a reflection of the broader degradation of social norms in our national culture.

It’s hard to disagree, but the financial rewards of the modern era are are the cause of the game’s shift from its amateurish origins to the slick and commercial product we see today.

From 1908 all clubs have attempted to build culture, history and loyalty. When things looked grim, those words were the adhesive that held clubs together.

South Sydney have a tribal and historical passion in their culture. Men...


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Rugby league gets a lot wrong – but it gets Anzac Day right - The Sydney Morning Herald

It shouldn't come to this but it does.

Around this time of year, about two months into the footy season, there's a tendency for many of us – especially reporters – to disappear up our own bottoms.

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Referees are killing rugby league, and it's your fault - The Roar

Play the whistle. It’s a mantra that’s drilled into our boys and girls at sporting fields across the country, from sun up to sun down, every weekend. A mantra that contains more sporting wisdom than it’s given credit for.

While the idea of playing the whistle is still followed (for the most part) by NRL players, NRL coaches and commentators alike are guilty of trying to replay the whistle – to dissect and criticise, long after the pads have come off the goal posts.

The NRL community is living in a bubble of its own design, in which everyone believes they are entitled to perfection from the game’s officials. At what point in our history did we stop viewing our referees as an integral part of the fabric of our game, and start viewing them as robots with whistles? How is it that we’ve come to expect absolute perfection from our officials, but would probably be satisfied if our team...


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Read more: Referees are killing rugby league, and it's your fault - The Roar
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The lonely life of an NRL prodigy - dailytelegraph.com.au

MANLY’S Jackson Hastings wants NRL clubs to do more to protect teenage prodigies from hype as they discover the pitfalls of professional rugby league.

Hastings made his debut at the Roosters in 2014 as an 18-year-old star in the making, but fell out of favour last year before shifting to Manly, admitting he spent numerous lonely nights questioning his future over the off-season.

The NRL has worked hard to develop an award-winning education and welfare program for under-20s and first-grade players, which is implemented from the teenage years. Each club also has a welfare manager who monitors the wellbeing of players.

A happy Jackson Hastings after the win during the Junior Kangaroos V Junior Kiwis match in 2015. Picture: Adam Head

But Hastings said he would like to see young stars better managed by clubs to shield them from the hype before the seemingly-inevitable rough patch —...


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Rugby league partnership to save lives on country roads - NRL.COM

The NSW Government has today joined forces with the nation's leading rugby league bodies, the National Rugby League (NRL), NSW Rugby League (NSWRL) and Country Rugby League (CRL) to announce a historic two-year partnership, in an effort to save more lives on country roads.

As the Government prepares to tackle road safety in the country head-on with this sporting partnership, the launch also marks the start of many initiatives expected to be rolled out this year.

Minister for Roads, Maritime and Freight Melinda Pavey says the statistics on country road deaths and injuries are appalling.

"Someone is killed or seriously injured in a crash on our roads every 85 minutes – about the same time it takes to play an elite game of rugby league," she said.

"The sad reality is that you're five times more likely to be killed in the country than in our big cities, highlighting the fact that we have...


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Read more: Rugby league partnership to save lives on country roads - NRL.COM
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Fears for rugby league after comedy of errors - The Sunshine Coast Daily

I NEARLY choked on my beer the other night when I was listening to two ex-NRL stars commentating on a really tight game, and whinging about the slow motion replays and how all decisions should be made in actual time as that is what the game is about.

Well that is a fantastic idea, one that many have been spruiking for a long time, yours truly included.

It would solve a lot replays trying to find a reason why not to give a try, but the only way it would work is if the media all signed a no slow motion replay clause.

Now we know that's not going to happen, so officials of the game have no other option than to try and dissect every scoring opportunity, at every possible angle, so that their careers aren't dissected by someone behind a microphone or camera.

With all this technology there were still some massive balls-ups last week in the NRL.

There was a knock-on before a field goal and...


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Read more: Fears for rugby league after comedy of errors - The Sunshine Coast Daily
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Give the bunker a break — the NRL knows it's not perfect

NRL referee refers decision to video ref

Everyone loves bagging a referee.

Having a go at authority figures is a national pastime — just look at our love for Ned Kelly or listen to the boos politicians, regardless of popularity, elicit at every sporting event.

Referees and umpires are said to be at their best when they are invisible so the only fame they ever garner is infamy.

So let's, just this once, give the NRL's whistle-blowers some shine for holding themselves to account.

Officials and players leave the field when play is called off between the Dragons and the Roosters

The decision to disallow Penrith's try against the Broncos is incredibly hard to swallow regardless of allegiances and standing by it may look iffy, but we should appreciate the fact the NRL is willing to take a stance.

External Link: Josh McGuire knocks the ball out of...

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NRL star Joe Ofahengaue guilty of casino cheating

Joe Ofahengaue (centre) of the Broncos is tackled by Jack Stockwell (right) and Kade Snowden

Brisbane Broncos forward Joe Ofahengaue has been convicted of cheating during a casino poker game earlier this month, a Brisbane court hears.

Ofahengaue, 21, was charged with cheating by fraudulent act, practice or scheme, after the incident that saw him try to pocket $100 he did not legitimately win.

The 2015 NRL grand final player was at Brisbane's Treasury Casino playing a game of poker at 5:45am on April 8 when he slipped an extra $100 chip under his initial $15 chip after the bet was already won.

The details were revealed in Brisbane's Magistrates Court this morning after Ofahengaue wrote to the court saying he could not attend the hearing in person but instead entered a written plea of guilty.

He played in the Broncos 32-18 win over the Panthers at...


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Read more: NRL star Joe Ofahengaue guilty of casino cheating
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Country Rugby League boss Terry Quinn labels Canterbury ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

Country Rugby League boss Terry Quinn has labelled Canterbury's decision to pull their players out of the last City-Country match a "disgrace" and fears the chances of genuine State of Origin contenders could be cruelled if other clubs follow suit.

Bulldogs players have been banned from the final City-Country fixture in Mudgee on May 7 after club officials cited welfare concerns because of a four-day turnaround.

Origin dress rehearsal: Tyson Frizell of Country is tackled by Chris Lawrence and Aidan Sezer of City during last year's ... Origin dress rehearsal: Tyson Frizell of Country is tackled by Chris Lawrence and Aidan Sezer of City during last year's City-Country clash at Scully Park, Tamworth. Photo: Getty Images

NSW coach Laurie Daley had told match organisers they were free to pick the best players available in the hope it would serve as a genuine Origin audition for a raft of probables and possibles.

Josh Morris, Brett Morris, Josh Jackson, Aiden Tolman, Matt Frawley, Adam Elliott and Kerrod...


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Footy app perfect for catch ups - dailytelegraph.com.au

FAMILY and friends can watch junior football games via a new and exciting app if they can’t get to the match.

Penrith and District Junior Rugby League’s app will make available all Sunday matches and 80 per cent of Saturday clashes after the games.

The app has been launched this past weekend for round two, after a washed out round one.

“Everybody loves the idea,” junior league manager Phil Cummings said.

“One of the major benefits is that parents and grandparents can watch the players in action if they miss the games,” Mr Cummings said.

The new Panthers Juniors app will make available recordings of all grades of the competition. Picture: Justin Sanson

The idea was conceived late last year when the league was filming semi-final and grand finals and decided it would be worth recording all games, from under-6s to...


Read full article on NRL GN News


Read more: Footy app perfect for catch ups - dailytelegraph.com.au
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Think loyalty is dead in rugby league? Think again - The Roar

Discussions about the concept of loyalty in rugby league have effectively become moot points in the machinations of the modern game.

Ever since the residential criteria rule changes in the late fifties and players became free to roam beyond their local teams to seek greener pastures, the game has evolved.

Many see that evolution as a hollow one, allowing self-interest and greed become the natural as a reflection of the broader degradation of social norms in our national culture.

It’s hard to disagree, but the financial rewards of the modern era are are the cause of the game’s shift from its amateurish origins to the slick and commercial product we see today.

From 1908 all clubs have attempted to build culture, history and loyalty. When things looked grim, those words were the adhesive that held clubs together.

South Sydney have a tribal and historical passion in their culture. Men...


Read full article on NRL GN News


Read more: Think loyalty is dead in rugby league? Think again - The Roar
Tags: roar,league,rugby,dead,loyalty

Are the Cook Islands rugby league's sleeping giants? - The Roar

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The Cook Islands may have missed out on qualification for the 2017 Rugby League World Cup, but Tony Iro’s Kukis are gathering troops for a clash with Papua New Guinea that may well shake the rugby league world to its core.

Two of the most passionate rugby league countries on earth are on path for a collision course and Iro has a host of quality players from the NRL at his disposal, ready to unleash against Michael Marum’s Kumuls – a side laden with talent from the Queensland Cup.

St Helens pair Zeb Taia and Dominique Peyroux remain outside chances to be released for the fixture, especially given their drastic need to improve on a poor start to the season and the fact they will likely be missing key players including Mark Percival and Alex Walmsley.

Wigan coach Shaun Wane is expected to also refuse to release Wigan staple Anthony Gelling, despite boasting...


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Read more: Are the Cook Islands rugby league's sleeping giants? - The Roar
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Australian team to play New Zealand in Anzac Test revealed - NEWS.com.au

Rugby League: ARLC chairman John Grant has announced the Australian team to take on the New Zealand side next Friday in Canberra.

Billy Slater was close but not close enough.

COACH Mal Meninga has revealed the Australian team to take on New Zealand in this year’s Anzac Test.

The Kangaroos will play the Kiwis on Friday May 5 at Canberra’s GIO Stadium.

The team is:

1. Darius Boyd (Broncos)

2. Blake Ferguson (Roosters)

3. Will Chambers (Storm)

4. Josh Dugan (Dragons)

5. Valentine Holmes (Sharks)

6. Johnathan Thurston (Cowboys)

7. Cooper Cronk (Storm)

8. Aaron Woods (Tigers)

9. Cameron Smith (Storm)

10. David Klemmer (Bulldogs)

11. Boyd Cordner (Roosters)

12. Matt Gillett (Broncos)

13. Trent Merrin (Panthers)

14. Michael Morgan (Cowboys)

15. Tyson Frizell (Dragons)

16. Josh Papalii (Raiders)

17. Sam Thaiday (Broncos)

18. Shannon Boyd (Raiders)

19. James Maloney...


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Read more: Australian team to play New Zealand in Anzac Test revealed - NEWS.com.au
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Rugby league gets a lot wrong – but it gets Anzac Day right - The Sydney Morning Herald

It shouldn't come to this but it does.

Around this time of year, about two months into the footy season, there's a tendency for many of us – especially reporters – to disappear up our own bottoms.

Melbourne crack Warriors in Anzac Day special

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Melbourne crack Warriors in Anzac Day ...

Melbourne crack Warriors in Anzac Day special

The Storm moved to the top of the NRL ladder after an entertaining win in a bruising encounter with...


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The lonely life of an NRL prodigy - dailytelegraph.com.au

MANLY’S Jackson Hastings wants NRL clubs to do more to protect teenage prodigies from hype as they discover the pitfalls of professional rugby league.

Hastings made his debut at the Roosters in 2014 as an 18-year-old star in the making, but fell out of favour last year before shifting to Manly, admitting he spent numerous lonely nights questioning his future over the off-season.

The NRL has worked hard to develop an award-winning education and welfare program for under-20s and first-grade players, which is implemented from the teenage years. Each club also has a welfare manager who monitors the wellbeing of players.

A happy Jackson Hastings after the win during the Junior Kangaroos V Junior Kiwis match in 2015. Picture: Adam Head

But Hastings said he would like to see young stars better managed by clubs to shield them from the hype before the seemingly-inevitable rough patch —...


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Read more: The lonely life of an NRL prodigy - dailytelegraph.com.au
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Referees are killing rugby league, and it's your fault - The Roar

Play the whistle. It’s a mantra that’s drilled into our boys and girls at sporting fields across the country, from sun up to sun down, every weekend. A mantra that contains more sporting wisdom than it’s given credit for.

While the idea of playing the whistle is still followed (for the most part) by NRL players, NRL coaches and commentators alike are guilty of trying to replay the whistle – to dissect and criticise, long after the pads have come off the goal posts.

The NRL community is living in a bubble of its own design, in which everyone believes they are entitled to perfection from the game’s officials. At what point in our history did we stop viewing our referees as an integral part of the fabric of our game, and start viewing them as robots with whistles? How is it that we’ve come to expect absolute perfection from our officials, but would probably be satisfied if our team...


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Read more: Referees are killing rugby league, and it's your fault - The Roar
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Rugby league partnership to save lives on country roads - NRL.COM

The NSW Government has today joined forces with the nation's leading rugby league bodies, the National Rugby League (NRL), NSW Rugby League (NSWRL) and Country Rugby League (CRL) to announce a historic two-year partnership, in an effort to save more lives on country roads.

As the Government prepares to tackle road safety in the country head-on with this sporting partnership, the launch also marks the start of many initiatives expected to be rolled out this year.

Minister for Roads, Maritime and Freight Melinda Pavey says the statistics on country road deaths and injuries are appalling.

"Someone is killed or seriously injured in a crash on our roads every 85 minutes – about the same time it takes to play an elite game of rugby league," she said.

"The sad reality is that you're five times more likely to be killed in the country than in our big cities, highlighting the fact that we have...


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