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This Month's Features:

World GlobeIn this issue we have: The return of the NRL; Updated NRL draw; Rugby League's best players from the new century; Paris St Germain - France's first Super League club; Western Suburbs Magpies fanatical fans; History of the Second Grade; Kevin Hastings - Footy Card Hero; Unsung Heroes - John Berne, John Simon, Don McKinnon; a history of the Annandale Club; Grounds of Yesteryear - Erskineville Oval; John Sattler's Broken Jaw; The return of Rugby League in New Caledonia; Lithuanian Rugby League; My Greek Odyssey with Stuart McLennan; Steve Mascord Column; NSW Country; British Rugby League; World News; 1998 Rugby League Cards...plus much much more!

Rugby League Review June-July 2020

The Race for the Next Brisbane NRL Club

The NRL have mentioned that 2022 or 2023 could see a new team enter the competition and the plan is to have a new club coming out of Brisbane. At this stage, there are four possibilities: Brisbane Bombers, Western Corridor, Easts Tigers and Redcliffe Dolphins. In this issue, Rugby League Review talks to Western Corridor Bid Chairman Steve Johnson and Easts Tigers CEO Brian Torpy to see how they fare at this stage. Find out all the details in the latest issue of Rugby League Review.

NRL's One Hit Wonders

Since the NRL was formed in 1998, a total of 93 players have had the honour of playing just the one NRL match. Even though they have played just once at the highest level, it is an incredible achievement that many players around the world can ever only dream about. Read the whole story in the latest issue of Rugby League Review.

1981 Craven Mild Cup

The 1981 Craven Mild Cup ended up being the last of its kind after 20 years in operation. With the introduction of two new clubs in 1982 - Illawarra and Canberra - meant the competition would have to be stretched an additional four rounds to cater for extra teams. Find out more in the latest issue of Rugby League Review.