The limp reaction to New South Wales finally beating Queensland is telling. To many, myself included, the culture of scandal has pushed us away for good.
The division of opportunity between Aboriginal and white Australians is not a piece of history we can shake our heads at. But while it still exists, change is finally upon us.
Last week’s State of Origin was one thing, but the claims of match fixing in the rugby league go far deeper than that.
Sport has always been treated as the one true religion in Australia, so how should punters react when a player decides to forgo Sunday footy for his faith?
After an altercation between the Fifita Brothers and a referee, resident law expert Ugur Nedim outlines what could become of the pair from a legal standpoint.
Do “Too many refs spoil the prop”? Ok, bad joke, but with Rugby League “over-reffed”, Matt Lygoe breaks down where he feels the system is letting down fans and players alike.
Jack Howes’ Hot Taekes credits League for delivering fresh controversy on a rolling basis, giving us the low-down on the men still standing – and where they stand – in sport worldwide.
Nicholas Hartman isn’t your typical Aussie bloke. In fact, for him football, in particular Rugby League, brings out the very worst in society.