Almanac Rugby League

The Rugby League Almanac 2012

BUY THE RUGBY LEAGUE ALAMANAC 2012

The NRL Footy Almanac (book) was published for the first time in 2012.

Ipswich Rugby League: Goodna RLFC are premiers (again) and Ted and Tracey and TC and crew are still celebrating

Goodna are premiers which makes TC’s version of the Goodna song timely – and popular. Take it away TC.

Almanac League: Five Metre Gap – NRL Finals Week 2 2017

The Broncos secured a spot in the penultimate weekend of NRL beating Penrith whilst North Queensland travelled to Sydney again, this time beating the Eels.

Almanac League: Five Metre Gap – NRL Finals Week 1 2017

The first weekend of the NRL finals series has come and gone and eight became six. Manly and defending premiers Cronulla went out after losing their elimination finals.

Almanac League: Five Metre Gap – NRL Round 26

Round 26 saw the Storm ensconced in first place so the ladder interest was around which team would get fourth spot (and secure a double-chance in the finals) plus who would finish eighth with three sides jostling for two places heading into the weekend.

Almanac League: Five Metre Gap – NRL Round 24 2017

Melbourne Storm secured the minor premiership two rounds still to go whilst the Raiders defeat to Penrith means they are all but out of finals contention unless the Dragons and Manly both lose their remaining two games.

NRL Round 23 – Wests Tigers v Manly: Bucket list one shorter!

Mick Jeffrey crossed another item off his sporting bucket list with the visit to Leichhardt Oval to watch the Wests Tigers play Manly.

NRL Round 23: Brisbane v Cronulla – Time is tight

Cronulla Sharks suffered another loss but cling onto fourth spot. Paul Macadam is hoping for the Sharks to reverse their August form in time for the finals

Almanac League: Five Metre Gap – NRL Round 23 2017

Round 23 in the NRL saw the Storm beat the Roosters (third) to extend their lead at the top of the ladder to six points whilst the Broncos (second) beat the Sharks (fourth.)

Almanac League: Five Metre Gap – NRL Round 22 2017

Round 22 of the NRL saw Melbourne edge four points clear at the top after the Roosters failed to win whilst a big win for the Broncos has them third on points difference with Cronulla and Parramatta also on 30 points.

Almanac League: Five Metre Gap – NRL Round 21 2017

Round 21 of the NRL saw the top three of the Storm, Roosters and Sharks all win with Parramatta finishing the weekend in sixth spot.