Jesse Ramien, Apisai Koroisau and Herman Ese’ese mull Canterbury Bulldogs offers

Ramien has also fallen out with Newcastle and is looking for an opportunity that provides him with better pay and more football. The Cowboys are another contender for his services, while several other clubs are keen if they can offload players. Jesse Ramien is on the lookout for a new club.Credit:AAP Ramien said he harboured no ill feelings towards the Knights after being told he would not play for the club again. “Obviously at the end of the day it didn’t work out,” Ramien told NITV’s Over the Black Dot…

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Todd Greenberg receives backing of all 16 clubs to explore trade windows

The Rugby League Players Association has already rejected the NRL’s proposal for an AFL-like trade period, which extends that code’s media presence well beyond the end of the season. Loading The earliest the NRL could have a trade period in place for would be the 2021 season. NRL players are free to move between clubs – pending salary cap restrictions – before June 30 each season. Jesse Ramien was told his services are no longer required by Newcastle earlier this month, effectively freezing him out for the rest of the…

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Paul Momirovski says he wants to be Wests Tigers’ long-term goalkicker

“It was unfortunate how that happened, I would have liked it to go the other way, but it hasn’t really changed my confidence too much,” Momirovski told the Herald. Paul Momirovski is ready to bounce back with the boot.Credit:AAP “I back myself to kick them, as any kicker would say. It would have been my first time kicking properly in a game from start to finish, I haven’t had a lot to do in that space. “But I’m pretty confident with where I’m at.” The fallout has brought out the…

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Racist troll apologises for racist attack on Parramatta winger Blake Ferguson

Sharp was rapidly shuffling backwards when this column contacted him via Instagram to see if he had any comment. Loading “If it is regarding the blake furgusson [sic] abuse I have sent it is wrong and a horrible representation of who I am,” he replied. “I am not racist and a drunken slur to an opposition player went horribly wrong as you have seen. I regret it deeply and now it has been brought to my attention I have sent Blake another message apologising. As you have seen with the…

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Paul Momirovski says he wants to be Wests Tigers’ long-term goalkicker

“It was unfortunate how that happened, I would have liked it to go the other way, but it hasn’t really changed my confidence too much,” Momirovski told the Herald. “I back myself to kick them, as any kicker would say. It would have been my first time kicking properly in a game from start to finish, I haven’t had a lot to do in that space. “But I’m pretty confident with where I’m at.” The fallout has brought out the best and worst in people. The Bulldogs players put aside…

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Manly Sea Eagles have clarity now the Dylan Walker court saga is over

Loading “There were some dark days with it, we just had to lean on each other,” a tearful Walker said. “I’m so lucky to have that loving partner and baby. It’s tough, it doesn’t reflect me as a person, what I do on the field. “I just want to be the best person I can be. The best father, the best partner. The hatred [from fans] is there. We’re just moving on.” Ivkovic said her support of Walker was unwavering. “There was never an issue,” Ivkovic said. “It’s one of…

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South Sydney Rabbitohs legend John Sutton announces retirement

He’s worn cardinal and myrtle for almost a decade and stood like a cardinal at the end of it. One by one his teammates lined up to approach and embrace him, a Rabbitoh royalty who is finally leaving the only church he’s ever known – at least in regards to playing. Greg Inglis felt compelled to be there, watching from a side door. Todd Greenberg broke from the NRL chief executives’ conference down the road to present Sutton with his 300-game ring, the only player to achieve the feat for…

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Brisbane’s Segeyaro set to celebrate 150th NRL game

“I thought I was going to get there a couple of years back but it took a while,” Segeyaro said. “I am lucky enough to get there this week against my old club, although I have a couple of them; I have been around a bit.” The jury is still out on whether veteran forwards Matt Gillett and Alex Glenn will join Segeyaro in the Broncos’ side to face seventh-placed Penrith. Gillett (back) and Glenn (knee) featured at training on Wednesday after being named on an extended bench but Broncos…

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No Brittany, no problem for Broncos

Considered the NRLW’s answer to Cameron Smith, Breayley was the key to Brisbane’s stunning undefeated run to the inaugural women’s premiership, culminating in a 34-12 grand-final thrashing of Sydney Roosters. Yet former Kiwi Ferns international mentor Wright, who takes over the reins from Paul Dyer this year, reckoned the Broncos had ample depth to cover Breayley’s shock exit. Among them is new signing, 2016 Olympic rugby sevens gold medallist Amy Turner. “Brittany is a fantastic player but we have got re-signed Bronco Lavinia Gould, Amy Turner who is a more…

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Wests Tigers coach Michael Maguire refuses to give up on Robbie Farah

And Maguire is confident Farah will be back on the field during the next month. Loading “Obviously he’s going to do everything possible to get himself back. It’ll be a close call towards the back end of the season,” Maguire said on Wednesday. “But one thing about Robbie, and what we’ve seen over the years, he’ll do everything possible to get back out here and play.” While Farah’s status remains in doubt, Maguire is confident skipper Moses Mbye could be ready to return from his hip flexor injury as early…

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