All Stars coming to Sydney, Raiders bid to join NRLW, Smith and Kaufusi to depart Storm
Today is December 1, 2021 and this is your daily rugby league briefing from nrl.com. In today’s update, Indigenous and Maori men’s and women’s players have welcomed the decision to stage the annual All Stars clash in Sydney for the first time, with the February 12 clash to double as a home coming for the game and Jillaroos prop Millie Boyle is likely to be offered the opportunity to return home and help lead a foundation Raiders team if the club secures a 2023 NRLW licence.
30 Nov 2021
Tino, Gutho sign long term deals, World Cup re-launched
Tino Fa’asuamaleaui will be a Titan until 2026, Clint Gutherson is staying at the Eels until 2025, Nicho Hynes has begun training with the Sharks and the World Cup draw is out
23 Nov 2021
Pearce says au revoir, former greats join coaching ranks, QRL women's pay deal
Mitchell Pearce is leaving Newcastle for Catalans, Andrew Johns, Stacey Jones, Johnathan Thurston and Benji Marshall are returning to their former clubs and Queensland women get a new pay deal
16 Nov 2021
NRL announces 2022 draw
2022 draw features home coming matches, expanded NRLW
9 Nov 2021
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