Welcome To Rugby League Review

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; Full records for all the NRL matches and judiciary; Full season review of the NRL; Dally M Awards; Qld Cup; History of the Big League Annual; Kurt Sorensen - Footy Card Hero; Unsung Heroes – Paul Taylor, Ken Maddison and Brian ‘Chicka’ Moore; A history of the Hunter Mariners Club; Grounds of Yesteryear – Belmore Sports Ground; Making the grade – Tom Hewitt; World Cup 2017 in details; History of the Norths Devils emblem and colours; Junior Reps kings – The Parramatta Eels; Jonathan Davies - International Rugby League Star; Steve Mascord Column; The Collector; NSW Country; Qld Country; New Zealand; Nationwide; British Rugby League; World News; Retro Magazine; 1966 Rugby League Cards...plus much more!

Rugby League Review Oct/Nov 2021


Penrith captured their first premiership since 2003 when they defeated a gallant South Sydney 14-12 at Suncorp Stadium.In the first grand final played in Brisbane since the 1997 Super League decider, the Panthers delivered a bomb onslaught on the Rabbitohs, forcing them into a number of errors and goal-line drop-outs. Read the whole story in the latest issue of Rugby League Review.


We have all the match stats, player records, match details, judiciary tables. See how many players your clubs used throughout the season. Full coverage of all 16 NRL clubs. Find out all the details in the latest issue of Rugby League Review.


We have a special feature on the stand-alone clubs of the lower grades that featured between 1908-1925. Clubs such as Kensington, South Sydney Kinkora and Leichhardt. Find out which two clubs failed in their bid to play in the first grade competition and which current NRL club was keen on joining the competition in the early days but how to wait decades before they did. Read the whole story in the latest issue of Rugby League Review.