Rugby codes unite to boost Warriors nines
An influx of cross-code talent has bolstered the Warriors women ahead of this weekend’s NRL nines, while a familiar face joins their coaching ranks.
Honey hitting Great Wall to honour mum
Honey Hireme-Smiler has never liked running - yet the rugby and league megastar is preparing to run a marathon along the Great Wall of China.
Foran’s journey is just beginning
Whatever happens on Sunday, there will be no fairytale element to Kieran Foran’s return to the NRL.
Stage set for epic Kiwi Ferns-Jillaroos showdown
It’s shaping up to be a clash of the ages: the buoyant Kiwi Ferns taking on the hurting Jillaroos in the transTasman double header in Wollongong on Friday night.
Honey in Warriors’ thoughts
The door will be left firmly open at the Warriors for star recruit Honey Hireme as she continues her vigil at her terminally ill mum’s bedside.
The grim death of rugby league’s finest stadium
Steve Deane spent three years in Yorkshire reporting on one of the greatest rugby league teams of all time. Now that team has quit its city as its famous stadium crumbles to the ground.
‘Unconscious’ bias dooms Warriors for eternity
The Warriors will never win the NRL. Not this year (obviously). Not next year, nor the year nor the decade nor the century after that. Never, ever, bloody, anything, ever.
Wharton’s return boosts Warriors hopes
World Cup champion league player Kathleen Wharton watched last year’s Warriors women and thought “Hmmm – I wonder if I’d still be up to it?” Turns out she is.
Tears for Benji? Yeah, nah
There was at least one set of dry eyes in the house as Benji Marshall made an emotional return to his beloved Kiwis to face Tonga on Saturday night.