Almanac Rugby League – NRL 2020: Where will each team finish the season? The view from Redcliffe.

As much as he’s a cricket tragic, Liam Hauser is also a big fan of rugby league – to date, he’s had five books published on the code (with a sixth imminent). He visited his local NRL merchandise store to share their predictions for the new season.

Almanac Rugby League – NRL Round 18: First on-field female referee after 111 years!

History will be made in the NRL tonight – for the first time in it’s 111 year history, there will be a female on-field referee! Congratulations, Belinda Sharpe! Ian Hauser also casts his eye over Round 18 and nominates his winners.

Almanac Rugby League – NRL Round 17 Preview

After a better tipping effort in last weekend’s NRL Round, Ian Hauser previews Round 17 and chooses his winners for Round 17.

Almanac Rugby League – NRL Round 16 Preview

With his tipping credentials in tatters after last weekend, our resident rugby league man tries yet again. How can anyone in their right mind tip NZ Warriors playing away?

Almanac Rugby League – NRL Round 15: There is movement on the ladder

Aficionado maybe, tipster not! Ian Hauser runs his eye over the weekend’s NRL results to try to glean what it all means and finds some support for his ‘moving month’ theory.

Almanac Rugby League – NRL Round 15: Is it moving time on the ladder?

Our rugby league man, Ian Hauser, thinks we’ve reached ‘moving month’ in the NRL with lots at stake this weekend for teams at all levels on the ladder. He tells us why.

Almanac Rugby 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.

Almanac Rugby League – 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.

Almanac Rugby 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 Rugby League – Five Metre Gap: NRL Round 17, 2017

Three teams are level on points behind leaders Melbourne Storm, after NRL Round 17. Hamish Neal brings his weekly wrap.

Almanac Rugby League: Five Metre Gap – NRL Round 16, 2017

Round 16 is done and dusted in the NRL and Hamish Neal has all the latest news and results.

Almanac Rugby League – Five Metre Gap: NRL Round 15, 2017

As we approach Game 2 of the State of Origin Series, Hamish Neal gives us the lowdown on Round 15 of the NRL.

Almanac Rugby League – Five Metre Gap: NRL Round 14, 2017

Hamish Neal with the weekend’s NRL news; with a reminder that “what you do with the ball” is more crucial than “how much you have it.”

Almanac Rugby League – Five Metre Gap: NRL Round 13, 2017

Hamish Neal has the NRL Round 13 action covered as Storm locked in top spot and the Eels moved into the top 8. State of Origin watch too with players who could slot into the Maroons team for game two.

Almanac Rugby League – Five Metre Gap: NRL Round 11, 2017

Hamish Neal with the latest from NRL; Melbourne Storm out in front.

Almanac Rugby League – Five Metre Gap: NRL Round 10 plus City-Country Shield

Hamish Neal brings news of NRL Round 10, naming the fourth player from Melbourne club side Altona Roosters to score in the NRL. And there is an update of the Women’s City-Country Shield representative game.

Almanac Rugby League – Five Metre Gap: NRL Round 9, 2017

Hamish Neal brings you all the details of the NRL’s Round 9 clashes.

Almanac Rugby League – Five Metre Gap: NRL Round 8, 2017

Hamish Neal gives us this week’s NRL review of Round 8.

Almanac Rugby League – Five Metre Gap: NRL Round 7, 2017

Hamish Neal has all the latest NRL action from round 7 covered.

Almanac Rugby League – Five Metre Gap: NRL Round 6, 2017

The NRL Round 6 has concluded and St George have taken the top spot while the Knights sit at the bottom of the ladder.