Brooks injury could end Farah’s exile

JASON Taylor admits a knee injury to rising No. 7 Luke Brooks could open the door for dumped Tigers veteran Robbie Farah to return to first grade.

Moses stars to keep Tigers’ season alive

THE Wests Tigers lost Luke Brooks at halftime, but Mitchell Moses stepped up to guide their side to a comfortable win over the Eels at ANZ Stadium.

Eels new board set to drop salary cap appeal

FINALLY common sense has prevailed, with Parramatta’s new-look board ending the club’s ongoing feud with the NRL.

Warriors finally crack extra time hoodoo

SHAUN Johnson never even looked like kicking a field goal. So he dusted Penrith with his running game, a brilliant 90th minute try sealing the Warriors first win in three straight golden point games.

Dragons set re-sign Thompson

ST GEORGE Illawarra have been given a hit of good news with back-rower Joel Thompson set to re-sign for at least two more seasons.

Rabbits turn to 2017 with roster clean-out

RECENT departures have left the Rabbitohs with salary cap space. Football boss Shane Richardson outlines where it will be spent and the big names that are his No.1 priority.

‘Recruitment, not Mary is Dragons problem’

MEDIA WATCH: Paul McGregor has copped plenty over the Dragons’ current plight. But a Red V legend says their woes are thanks to decisions from others at the club.

Re-live: Grub’s rocks, diamonds bury Red V

THE usual rocks and diamonds from Josh Reynolds featured a try, a 40-metre field goal and a trip as Canterbury buried the Dragons finals hopes a little deeper. Re-live coverage.

‘I think the sport they play in heaven is rugby league.’

SOME people might tell you that the 15-man game is the one they play in heaven. Tigers rookie and aspiring pastor Josh Aloiai says otherwise.

Farah would be welcome at Sharks: Bird

JACK Bird says the Sharks would welcome Robbie Farah with open arms if the veteran hooker opts to join Cronulla.

Hardwick rates rugby league’s best mullets

IT’S retro round this weekend so it’s only fitting to take a look back at some of the best mullets from yesteryear with the man who had arguable the best.

Wayne’s world collapsing as Chooks triumph

WAYNE Bennett’s premiership chances are crumbling around him, and a 16-point loss to the Roosters on Thursday may have been the final nail.

My neck is on the chopping block: Daley

LAURIE Daley is undecided as to whether he wants to coach NSW beyond 2017, but accepts the choice will be made for him if he can’t win the next Origin series.

Dogs deny hooker out for Foran

THE Kieran Foran to Canterbury whispers grow louder, but hooker Michael Lichaa won’t be moved on to accommodate the troubled Parramatta star.

Texts claim Dragons brawl trio ‘outnumbered’

MEDIA WATCH: Text messages have revealed more details of a wild brawl involving St George Illawarra players last weekend, which saw two stars charged.

Cows fail to weather Storm without JT

THE Cowboys may not want to be a one-man team, but the absence of Johnathan Thurston made all the difference in their loss to the Storm on Saturday night.

Sutton to fight for South Sydney future

JOHN Sutton says he’s prepared to fight for his future with the Rabbitohs as South Sydney prepare to clear out their roster.

Video: Brooks injury leaves Tigers sweating

WESTS Tigers will be sweating the prognosis on a knee injury to rising No. 7 Luke Brooks as their fight for an unlikely finals appearance gathers momentum. Watch the video.

Late Mail: Raiders axe big name, Souths shuffle

LATE MAIL: Canberra have dropped another first grade regular as Johnathan Thurston pushes to play, while the Eels and Rabbitohs will reshuffle their backlines.

Barrett opens door for Walker

SEA Eagles coach Trent Barrett has revealed star back Dylan Walker could make a shock return to the Manly side for tomorrow’s game with Newcastle.

Dragons’ season on life support as Dogs hang on

ST GEORGE Illawarra’s finals hope are now officially on life support a hard-fought loss to the Bulldogs on Friday night.

Reynolds could be tripped up

THE Bulldogs could be without Josh Reynolds for the run in to the finals with the gritty five-eighth set to be hit with another tripping charge.

Foran era over in 27 words

THE Kieran Foran era at Parramatta officially ended on Friday with a low-key statement containing just 27 words.

The story behind Cordner’s act of generosity

BOYD Cordner was walking from the field when he saw a group of young, indigenous schoolboys in the crowd. Then his gaze narrowed. To one.

Taylor: I know what Robbie’s going through

WESTS Tigers coach Jason Taylor has empathised with Robbie Farah’s situation, recalling the moment he begged for another NRL gig after being dropped.

Eels coach resigned to losing Foran

THE man who brought Kieran Foran to Parramatta is now resigned to losing the troubled playmaker to a rival NRL team.

Brandy: Every NRL club’s biggest unsung hero

BRANDY’S BREAKDOWN: In a game flush with superstars, plenty of players simply slip under the radar. Here’s who is killing it in 2016 without taking the credit.

The real Reg Reagan’s greatest stories

TO celebrate Fox Sports’ retro round, League Central sat down with the inspiration for Reg Reagan to discuss his greatest memories and biggest hits.

Sharks to take bite out of Maroons’ Aussie dominance

CRONULLA are poised to wrestle back Queensland’s Test dominance — and stop the Maroons from ever again singing their song when representing Australia.

Saints to sinners: Cronulla’s only concern

STATS INSIDER: Losers to winners, saints to sinners. Cronulla’s climb to No.1 on the NRL ladder has corresponded with them developing a penalty problem.

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