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Welcome to the world's most comprehensive rugby league newspaper, Rugby League Review. It's published every 2nd month, bringing you all the latest news, match reports and world league results. Regardless of a game being played in Moscow or Melbourne, Bradford or Brisbane, South Africa or Sydney, Rugby League Review will be there to cover it.

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This Month's Features:

World GlobeIn this issue we have: All the latest news and results from the NRL; Trials 2024, NSW Cup, Ron Massey Cup, Sydney Shield and Host Plus Qld Cup previews; A look back at the 1968 season; Junior Reps; Unsung heroes - Michael Speechley, Stan Jurd and Trevor Ryan; Grand final crowds of yesteryear; Rugby League Annuals; Rugby League Week magazine - Queensland editions; Canterbury Juniors feature; Steele Retchless; 2014 Cards; Footy Card Hero – Neil Pringle; Grounds of Yesteryear-Stockland / Dairy Farmers Stadium; NSW Country; Qld Country; New Zealand; Nationwide; British Rugby League; World News; Retro Magazine, Steve Mascord Column, Retro Team lists, Crossword...plus much more!

Rugby League Review February/March 2024


We take a look at all the 17 clubs ahead of the 2024 NRL season. Which players have come and gone, each club's strengths and weakness, the coach, best recruit, which player is under pressure and what looks like their best possible side this season. Read all the details and more in the latest issue of Rugby League Review.


Indigenous All Stars made it back-to-back wins after they defeated the Maori All Stars 22-14 at a wet Qld Country Bank Stadium in Townsville. And the Women also came out victorious with a 26-4 win. Find out more in the latest issue of Rugby League Review.


In recent years, many of the traditional A-grade competitions across Sydney have taken on some strange names. We now have names such as Central Northern, Central West, Metro Combined and Southern Sydney, which, quite frankly means nothing to most people. The decline of the number of A-grade teams across many regions in Sydney has meant that many clubs have to play out of their own regions. And many clubs are no longer around. Read all the details in the latest issue of Rugby League Review.