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This Month's Features:

World GlobeIn this issue we have: All the latest news and results from the NRL; NRL Trials 2022; Old Faces, New teams for many NRL players; The Sharks return home; Editorial on the future of the NSW Cup; Latest on the Sydney Shield, Ron Massey Cup, Jersey Flegg and Knock-On Effect Cup; All the latest from Queensland including HostPlus Cup, A-grade and junior reps; The History of modern day statistics; A look back at the 1984 Oceania vs Europe match in Paris; Paul Merlo - Footy Card Hero; Unsung Heroes – Jim Leis, Simon Brockwell and Mick Mullane; A history of the Adelaide Rams Club; Grounds of Yesteryear – Kogarah; Making the grade – Deon Apps; History of the Canterbury emblem; The players that came from the GPS Rugby Union competition; Olsen Filipaina - International Rugby League Star; Steve Mascord Column; The Collector; NSW Country; Qld Country; New Zealand; Nationwide; British Rugby League; World News; France 2025 Rugby League World Cup; Retro Magazine; Junior Reps; Chile vs Philippines; 2008 Rugby League Cards...plus much more!

Rugby League Review April/May 2022

NRL's 18TH CLUB - WHO COULD IT BE?

With a 17th NRL side entering the competition in 2023 in The Dolphins, it is highly unlikely that the NRL will settle on an odd number of teams for too long. In fact, just 24 of the 115 seasons to date have contained an odd number of teams, just 10 of those occurring since 1938. Which begs the question of not if, but when will the NRL bring in an 18th team? Find out all the details in the latest issue of Rugby League Review.

AMCO CUP 1979

The 1979 Amco Cup featured a new round-robin competition as opposed to the previous knock-out games that were staged in the first five seasons of the tournament. However, the biggest change came when the number of participants went down from 38 in 1978 to just 16 the following year. We take a look at the last ever Amco Cup competition. Find out more in the latest issue of Rugby League Review.

NRL ROUND-UP

We have all the full statistics of every match played in the NRL including full team lists, scorers and match info. Every game, every round is covered to make sure all the records are covered. Read the whole story in the latest issue of Rugby League Review.