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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; Women’s National Rugby League; Junior Reps finals; Editorial on fair dinkum representative selection matches; 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; NSW Rugby League representative matches; Mark Levy- Footy Card Hero; Unsung Heroes – Steve Sharp, Michael Duke and Mark Ross; A history of the Western Suburbs Magpies Club; Grounds of Yesteryear – Brookvale Oval; Making the grade – Craig Trindall; History of the St George emblem; Balmain Boys Don’t Cry; Va’aiga Tuigamla - International Rugby League Star; Rugby League Fanzines; Steve Mascord Column; The Collector; NSW Country; Qld Country; New Zealand; Nationwide; British Rugby League; World News; Retro Magazine; Junior Reps; Turkey vs Australian Defence Forces; International Debut of Montenegro, 2008 Rugby League Cards...plus much more!

Rugby League Review June/July 2022


The pressure on coaches to deliver the goods has never been higher. Since the NRL was formed in 1998, there have been a number of coaches that have been shown the door before the season finished. We look at the coaches that have been dismissed or resigned in the past 25 years - many before the final hooter has sounded. Read the whole story in the latest issue of Rugby League Review.


Rugby League Sevens was something that wasn’t the norm in the Sydney landscape but that soon changed in the 1980s. The concept of Sevens was first played in 1883 in Scotland under Rugby Union rules but it wasn’t until the 1930s, that Rugby League arrived in a big way in Britain. Find out more in the latest issue of Rugby League Review.


In the early 1980s, the Newtown Club was struggling financially and the New South Wales Rugby League (NSWRL), mainly through President Kevin Humphreys, initiated talks with the Jets about moving to Campbelltown. Newtown would make the move to the area, playing five matches at Orana Park in 1983. Read the whole story in the latest issue of Rugby League Review.