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    With priority seating at our NEW Stadium given to 2018 Blue and Gold Members, now is the time to secure additional seating!

  • England outclass Lebanon in Sydney


    England have overcome a fiery encounter to beat Lebanon 29-10 in their second Rugby League World Cup Pool A clash at the Sydney Football Stadium.

  • Tonga book maiden World Cup finals spot


    Mate Ma'a Tonga booked a place in the Rugby League World Cup quarter-finals for the first time in history with a 32-18 victory over Toa Samoa on Saturday night at a packed Waikato Stadium.

  • Kiwis comprehensively beat Scotland in Christchurch


    A razzle-dazzle attacking display from New Zealand has seen the Kiwis comprehensively beat the Scotland Bravehearts 74-6 in their World Cup Pool B clash at Christchurch Stadium.

  • SEASON RECAP | Bevan French


    In what was a up and down season for Blue & Gold’s Bevan French, the young fullback played just 40 minutes in Parramatta’s final six games of the season after suffering an untimely hamstring strain at the back end of the season.

  • Jennings scores hat-trick as Tonga run riot


    The team that was the talk of the World Cup prior to the tournament kicked off due to the high-profile inclusions of Jason Taumalolo and Andrew Fifita wasted no time to show that what is on paper will transfer to the field, Michael Jennings scoring the opening four-pointer of his first half hat-trick inside the first three minutes.

  • Ireland upset Italy in Cairns


    Ireland have pulled off the first upset of the 2017 Rugby League World Cup with the Wolfhounds stunning Italy 36-12 in stifling conditions at Barlow Park in Cairns.

  • Lebanon secures first ever World Cup victory


    A Mitchell Moses masterclass has secured Lebanon their first ever World Cup victory as they defeated France 29-18 at Canberra Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

  • Takairangi scores on debut as Kiwis down Samoa


    New Zealand scorched Samoa in the second half to run out 38-8 winners in their opening Rugby League World Cup match in Auckland on Saturday night.



    Parramatta Eels half Corey Norman carried on in 2017 with the strong form he had shown during the 2016 season.