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Set of Six: If we can't have fewer clubs in Sydney, we need fewer games - The Sydney Morning Herald



The NRL doesn't have a crowd problem Sydney does

Crowd control: Perhaps less games in Sydney would help improve crowd numbers. Crowd control: Perhaps less games in Sydney would help improve crowd numbers. Photo: Getty Images

Just when it seemed like the gloom surrounding NRL attendances would never lift – Phil Gould was even calling for a "think tank" on the issue – along came Adelaide Oval. Saturday's matches in Townsville, Canberra and the City of Churches drew a respectable combined 55,020.

There's no need for a think tank, the NRL does not have a crowd problem – Sydney has a crowd problem. If the League wants to improve attendances, it needs to stage fewer games in Sydney – it's that simple.

Having fewer teams in Sin City – 8½ is far too many, they are cannibalising each other – seems beyond the sport as long as they are artificially propped up by leagues clubs.

So how about a cap on the number of events each year in Sydney – so the market isn't...


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Calls for bans after heated sideline fight at junior rugby league ... - Yahoo7 News

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Blake Steep represents NSW in Australian PSSA rugby league - Camden Haven Courier

Blake Steep will represent NSW in the PSSA rugby league Australian championships in the upcoming school holidays.

Determined: Blake Steep has his eyes firmly on a career in rugby league.

Determined: Blake Steep has his eyes firmly on a career in rugby league.

Laurieton Public School year 6 student Blake Steep has his eyes firmly set on a career in rugby league.

He will continue his path to that goal when he dons the NSW jersey in the Australian rugby league championships in Melbourne in August.

The titles will pit all states and territory team’s against each other in a competition where Queensland is normally dominant.

Blake started playing as a four year old with the Camden Haven Eagles, spent two seasons with the Lake Cathie club and now is well entrenched in the Port Macquarie Sharks system.

His journey saw him represent Polding in the state titles where his team lost just two matches out of seven played but finished fifth in the pool...


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Group Three Rugby League results | Great Lakes Advocate - Great Lakes Advocate

All the scores from round nine matches

Forster-Tuncurry Hawks Sam Whitbread runs into the Wauchope defence during Saturdays under 18s clash.

Forster-Tuncurry Hawks Sam Whitbread runs into the Wauchope defence during Saturdays under 18s clash.

Round 9 Group Three Rugby League results

First grade Wauchope 52 defeated Forster-Tuncurry 6, Wingham 36 defeated Port Macquarie 16, Macleay Valley 26 defeated Old Bar 22, Port City 40 defeated Taree City 30.

Points: Port City 27, Macleay Valley 23, Taree City 18, Wingham 17, Port Macquarie 17, Old Bar 16, Wauchope 15, Forster-Tuncurry 11.

Reserve grade: Wauchope 28 defeated Forster-Tuncurry 4, Port Macquarie 26 defeated Wingham 18, Macleay Valley 30 defeated Old Bar 28, Port City 70 defeated Taree City 10.  

Points: Port City 25, Port Macquarie 25, Wingham 23, Macleay Valley 21, Wauchope 15, Taree City 13, Old Bar 12, Forster-Tuncurry 10.

Under 18s: Wauchope 18 defeated Forster-Tuncurry 10, Port Macquarie 26 defeated Wingham 10, Old Bar 34...


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Rugby league, Australian rules battle lines drawn on the big screen ... - Ballarat Courier

NSW: Ex-NRL star Jason Stevens tackles rugby league-Aussie rules rivalry in film starring Isabel Lucas.

Dan Ewing, DJ Havana Brown and Stan Walker all star in Chasing Comets, a comedy highlighting the rivalry between rugby league an Australian rules, written by ex-NRL player Jason Stevens (second from left). Picture: Chasing Comets/Facebook

Dan Ewing, DJ Havana Brown and Stan Walker all star in Chasing Comets, a comedy highlighting the rivalry between rugby league an Australian rules, written by ex-NRL player Jason Stevens (second from left). Picture: Chasing Comets/Facebook

The road to Hollywood begins in unlikely places. Like Wagga’s Gumly Oval, which will launch the Farrer League season in a blaze of excitement on Saturday, when filming begins on a new movie set in Wagga.

As East Wagga-Kooringal and Coleambally prepare for a grand final rematch, the crew for Chasing Comets will begin seven days of shooting in and around Wagga.

STAR CAST: Dan Ewing and Isabel Lucas will play the lead roles in Chasing Comets. Set in Wagga, the movie is being produced by former league star Jason Stevens and tackles the rivalry between rugby league and Aussie rules.

STAR CAST: Dan Ewing and Isabel Lucas will play the lead roles in Chasing Comets. Set in Wagga, the movie is being produced by former league star Jason Stevens and tackles the rivalry...


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A beginner's guide to concussion in rugby league - The Roar

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Many self-confessed ‘sports nuts’ pride themselves on knowing every rule, player and statistic of their favourite sport – typically using their sporting knowledge to win a Saturday afternoon argument in front of the television when the game is on.

But how much does the same fan know about the anatomical intricacies that cause their favourite player to be forced from the field with ten minutes left and the score locked at 12-12?

We’ve all heard the phrase ‘HIA’ discussed during an NRL game, but what exactly does that mean?

The term HIA refers to what is known as a head injury assessment. The HIA assessment is used to provide early recognition and subsequent treatment of traumatic brain injuries – most commonly, concussion.

Concussions are a medical condition and require immediate medical attention. Concussion...


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Read more: A beginner's guide to concussion in rugby league - The Roar

Rugby league: 5 Fremantle Roosters crow in big NRL WA win - Community Newspaper Group

 The Roosters had five players in WA’s championship-winning side
The Roosters had five players in WA’s championship-winning side

FIVE members of the Fremantle Roosters Rugby League Club have helped WA secure its eighth straight Affiliated States Championships crown.

The team went undefeated in its three matches against South Australia, the Northern Territory and Victoria, with SA the only team able to score points off the strong WA side.

Roosters’ Bradley Gibson, Jarrod Thompson, James Aspden, Taiapa Graham and Delane Edwards all played their part across the three games, Graham and Edwards scoring tries against SA and NT respectively.

In recognition of their dominance across the competition, Thompson, Gibson and Edwards were selected to represent Australia in the National Combined Associate States open mens’ team that will take on England just before the Rugby League World Cup later this year.

WA also took out the under-16 girls title.


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Rugby League Live 4 set for July 28 release | The Roar - The Roar

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The St George Illawarra Dragons have not been great lately, but they could improve in 2017. (AAP Image/Dan Himbrechts)

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No charges to be laid after fight erupts during under-7s match rugby league match between Kingsgrove Colts and ... - dailytelegraph.com.au

The St George Rugby Junior League has promised police they will crackdown on any future brawls after a sideline dispute between parents kicked off at an under-7s rugby league match.

Police were called in after fuming parents began arguing, throwing chairs and shoving each other forcing referees to blow the whistle on the game at Renown Park, Oatley in Sydney’s southern suburbs yesterday morning.

Chairs were thrown and parents started pushing one another

Tempers flared after a decision by a female referee to award a penalty during the match between the Kingsgrove Colts and Kogarah Cougars, prompting coaches from the opposing teams to argue.

A trainer for the Kogarah Cougars then jumped onto the bandwagon, pushing his way towards a man in a grey shirt from the opposing team.

The fight broke out after a contentious decision in an under-7s rugby league match

Witnesses said the trainer...


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Fight erupts at under-7s rugby league match between Kingsgrove Colts and Kogarah Cougars - dailytelegraph.com.au

POLICE were called to an under-7s rugby league match yesterday after a sideline dispute between parents turned ugly.

The unedifying incident, which involved chair throwing and shoving, led to the game being abandoned and pleas to “get the kids outta here” — happened at Renown Park, Oatley in Sydney’s southern suburbs about 10am.

The dispute was sparked after a contentious decision by a female referee during the under-7s match between the Kingsgrove Colts and Kogarah Cougars.

Coaches from the opposing teams started arguing shortly after the referee had awarded a penalty.

A trainer for the Kogarah Cougars then injected himself into the dispute, pushing his way towards a man in a grey shirt from the opposing team.

The altercation turned ugly at the under-7s rugby league match.

Witnesses said the trainer was being held back by other parents, calming down after about a minute.

Then the...


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Set of Six: If we can't have fewer clubs in Sydney, we need fewer games - The Sydney Morning Herald



The NRL doesn't have a crowd problem Sydney does

Crowd control: Perhaps less games in Sydney would help improve crowd numbers. Crowd control: Perhaps less games in Sydney would help improve crowd numbers. Photo: Getty Images

Just when it seemed like the gloom surrounding NRL attendances would never lift – Phil Gould was even calling for a "think tank" on the issue – along came Adelaide Oval. Saturday's matches in Townsville, Canberra and the City of Churches drew a respectable combined 55,020.

There's no need for a think tank, the NRL does not have a crowd problem – Sydney has a crowd problem. If the League wants to improve attendances, it needs to stage fewer games in Sydney – it's that simple.

Having fewer teams in Sin City – 8½ is far too many, they are cannibalising each other – seems beyond the sport as long as they are artificially propped up by leagues clubs.

So how about a cap on the number of events each year in Sydney – so the market isn't...


Read full article on NRL GN News


Read more: Set of Six: If we can't have fewer clubs in Sydney, we need fewer games - The Sydney Morning Herald

Blake Steep represents NSW in Australian PSSA rugby league - Camden Haven Courier

Blake Steep will represent NSW in the PSSA rugby league Australian championships in the upcoming school holidays.

Determined: Blake Steep has his eyes firmly on a career in rugby league.

Determined: Blake Steep has his eyes firmly on a career in rugby league.

Laurieton Public School year 6 student Blake Steep has his eyes firmly set on a career in rugby league.

He will continue his path to that goal when he dons the NSW jersey in the Australian rugby league championships in Melbourne in August.

The titles will pit all states and territory team’s against each other in a competition where Queensland is normally dominant.

Blake started playing as a four year old with the Camden Haven Eagles, spent two seasons with the Lake Cathie club and now is well entrenched in the Port Macquarie Sharks system.

His journey saw him represent Polding in the state titles where his team lost just two matches out of seven played but finished fifth in the pool...


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WATCH: Adults brawl on sidelines at Under-7s rugby league game - Yahoo7 News

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Video has emerged of a shocking sideline fight at an Under-7s rugby league match in south Sydney, which may see one of the team’s trainers get a lengthy ban.

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The future of rugby league is at stake and the NRL must get its expansion plans in motion - dailytelegraph.com.au

THIS all began with Laurie Daley saying last week it was cruel to ask Origin players to back up for their clubs.

Suddenly, everybody came forth with their big idea, hatched under a dim bulb, and off we went.

Before we go any further it is best to understand that rugby league is not a game void of ideas.

Indeed, too often we go the other way.

We take on every good idea and squeeze them together without ever appreciating that the secret to a souffle is just the right amount of sugar and salt, not as much as you can shovel in.

Daley’s comments shined a light on scheduling and so the natural next step was to find a way to lessen the workload on players. Stand alone Origin weekends emerged as the popular choice, not for the first time.

Good idea.

Instead of playing Origin on a Wednesday, they whizzed, let’s play it on a weekend and suspend the home and away competition for that...


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RESULTS: 2017 National Rugby League Round 16 - League Unlimited

Results and Scorers:

All the results and scorers from the sixteenth round of the NRL Premiership in 2017.

All listed times are AEST (NSW/QLD/VIC/ACT).


RELATED: See the full list of 2017 National Rugby League Draw and Results.


Warriors 21 Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 14
Venue:
Mt Smart Stadium
Crowd: 13476
Date: Friday 23 June 2017 at 6:00pm

WARRIORS (21)
Tries:
Ken Maumalo, Blake Ayshford, Roger Tuivasa-sheck
Field Goals:
Shaun Johnson (1/1)
Conversions:
Shaun Johnson (3/3)
Penalty Goals:
Shaun Johnson (1/1)

CANTERBURY-BANKSTOWN BULLDOGS (14)
Tries:
Kerrod Holland, Raymond Faitala-Mariner
Conversions:
Kerrod Holland (2/2)
Penalty Goals:
Kerrod Holland (1/1)


Wests Tigers 14 Gold Coast Titans 26
Venue:
Campbelltown Stadium
Crowd: 6891
Date: Friday 23 June 2017 at 7:50pm

WESTS TIGERS (14)
Tries:
Esan Marsters, David Nofoaluma, Sauaso Sue
Conversions:
Tuimoala Lolohea (1/3)

GOLD COAST TITANS...


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A beginner's guide to concussion in rugby league - The Roar

Luke Vella Roar Rookie

Many self-confessed ‘sports nuts’ pride themselves on knowing every rule, player and statistic of their favourite sport – typically using their sporting knowledge to win a Saturday afternoon argument in front of the television when the game is on.

But how much does the same fan know about the anatomical intricacies that cause their favourite player to be forced from the field with ten minutes left and the score locked at 12-12?

We’ve all heard the phrase ‘HIA’ discussed during an NRL game, but what exactly does that mean?

The term HIA refers to what is known as a head injury assessment. The HIA assessment is used to provide early recognition and subsequent treatment of traumatic brain injuries – most commonly, concussion.

Concussions are a medical condition and require immediate medical attention. Concussion...


Read full article on NRL GN News


Read more: A beginner's guide to concussion in rugby league - The Roar

Rugby league: 5 Fremantle Roosters crow in big NRL WA win - Community Newspaper Group

 The Roosters had five players in WA’s championship-winning side
The Roosters had five players in WA’s championship-winning side

FIVE members of the Fremantle Roosters Rugby League Club have helped WA secure its eighth straight Affiliated States Championships crown.

The team went undefeated in its three matches against South Australia, the Northern Territory and Victoria, with SA the only team able to score points off the strong WA side.

Roosters’ Bradley Gibson, Jarrod Thompson, James Aspden, Taiapa Graham and Delane Edwards all played their part across the three games, Graham and Edwards scoring tries against SA and NT respectively.

In recognition of their dominance across the competition, Thompson, Gibson and Edwards were selected to represent Australia in the National Combined Associate States open mens’ team that will take on England just before the Rugby League World Cup later this year.

WA also took out the under-16 girls title.


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Rugby League Live 4 set for July 28 release - The Roar

Adam BAGNALL Roar Rookie

The St George Illawarra Dragons have not been great lately, but they could improve in 2017. (AAP Image/Dan Himbrechts)

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Group 4 league boss Mick Schmiedel talks tough about sport's future - Camden Haven Courier

NSW: A country rugby league group president reckons 'lazy' parents and 'soft' kids are ruining the game.

LONE RIDER: Group 4 boss Mick Schmiedel is known for calling it how he sees it, and has done so again - taking 'lazy' parents and 'soft' kids to task.

LONE RIDER: Group 4 boss Mick Schmiedel is known for calling it how he sees it, and has done so again - taking 'lazy' parents and 'soft' kids to task.

Plain-talking Group 4 president Mick Schmiedel has bemoaned the dramatic drop in junior league players graduating to the senior ranks in the region – and has laid the blame on “lazy” parents and “soft” children.

With the league heartland in danger of becoming a wasteland in the under-16 and under-18 ranks, the former long-standing player, who is a veteran administrator and coach, said parents needed to get “off the couch” and get their kids involved in league.

“I put the blame, and they won’t like this, squarely at mums and dads,” he said.

“I think a lot of mums and dads have just got too lazy now to take their kids to training...


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Sin Bin: Kiwis chase Brian Smith for Rugby League World Cup - The Sydney Morning Herald

Brian Smith could make a shock return to the coaching box in the upcoming Rugby League World Cup.

New Zealand are seeking to bolster their brains trust after assistant coach Steve McNamara stood down from the role to take up the top job at Super League club Les Catalans. We're reliably informed Smith is at the top of a hit-list to help oversee head coach David Kidwell's World Cup preparations.

Look who's back: Brian Smith may be joining the Kiwis coaching team for the rugby league world cup. Look who's back: Brian Smith may be joining the Kiwis coaching team for the rugby league world cup. Photo: Colin Whelan

Kidwell and Smith have a strong relationship from their time at Parramatta, where Smith coached the fiery forward during his decade-long stint at the club.

It's unclear what Smith's official title would be, but it's likely to be more along the lines of coaching director or technical analyst than assistant coach.

The potential appointment was a hot topic when the NZRL board...


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  • Round 16
    Home Score Away When Venue Crowd
    South Sydney colours.svg South Sydney Rabbitohs 20 - 8 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 26 June 2015, 7:35pm ANZ Stadium (Nine Network) 14,236
    Brisbane colours.svg Brisbane Broncos 44 - 22 Newcastle colours.svg Newcastle Knights 26 June 2015, 7:35pm Suncorp Stadium (Nine Network) 27,246
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    Wests Tigers colours.svg Wests Tigers 12 - 35 Panthers colours.svg Penrith Panthers 28 June 2015, 4:00pm Leichhardt Oval (Nine Network) 14,234
    Canterbury colours.svg Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 20 - 4 Melbourne colours.svg Melbourne Storm 29 June 2015, 7:00pm Belmore Sportsground (Fox Sports) 16,764


     

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    1 Melbourne colours.svg Melbourne Storm 24 19 0 5
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    4 North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland Cowboys 24 15 0 9
    5 Brisbane colours.svg Brisbane Broncos 24 15 0 9
    6 Panthers colours.svg Penrith Panthers 24 14 0 10
    7 Canterbury colours.svg Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 24 14 0 10
    8 Gold Coast Titans colours.svg Gold Coast Titans 24 11 1 12
    9 Wests Tigers colours.svg Wests Tigers 24 11 0 13
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    12 South Sydney colours.svg South Sydney Rabbitohs 24 9 0 15
    13 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 24 8 0 16
    14 Parramatta colours.svg Parramatta Eels 24 13 0 11
    15 Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Sydney Roosters 24 6 0 18
    16 Newcastle colours.svg Newcastle Knights 24 1 1 22
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