Storm boss backs NRL conference return
Melbourne football boss Frank Ponissi has backed a proposal to organise NRL teams in four conferences in a bid to return to the field in 2020.
Brisbane Broncos NRLW boss Tain Drinkwater believes the time is right for the NRL to consider funding the NRLW salary cap to help the women’s game survive.
The Super W rugby finals series have been scrapped due to the coronavirus pandemic with unbeaten minor premiers NSW declared champions.
NRL chief executive Todd Greenberg has no guarantees on his future beyond October but said he does not feel like a dead man walking.
The NRL’s Apollo Project will work for the next two months to explore ways of getting the season up and running as soon as possible.
Eddie Jones has accepted a new long-term deal with England, driven by the national team’s defeat to South Africa in the 2019 Rugby World Cup final.
The Rugby League Players Association are open to the option of players being housed in isolation on an island to help restart the 2020 NRL season.
South Sydney chief executive Blake Solly believes the NRL needs to explore more efficient ways to spend money before dropping the salary cap next season.
Australian Eddie Jones has extended his tenure as England head coach through to the end of the 2023 Rugby World Cup in France.
NRL players will go without pay for five months as part of a deal reached with the league during the coronavirus stoppage.
Melbourne NRL coach Craig Bellamy says he’s trying to fill in his days with no competition or club training but admits he’s bored without the game.
Melbourne prop Christian Welch has taken it upon himself to contact aging NRL fans to check on their well-being during the coronavirus pandemic shutdown.
Former Wallaby-turned commentator Drew Mitchell has had plenty of time to assess the current state of rugby as he waits to resume his career in New York.
Rugby league great Laurie Daley says players should be “ready to go” as soon as the NRL is given the green light for a return from the coronavirus shutdown.
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