Mudgee strike back with Blayney thrashing

EYES ON THE PRIZE: The Dragons crossed the line 11 times against the Blayney Bears for a 56-point haul. Photo: FILE.

Bathurst Panthers big winners over Cowra Magpies at Sid Kallas Oval

ON FIRE: Bathurst Panthers' Jeremy Gordon was a crucial part of his team's big win over the Cowra Magpies on Sunday. Photo: PETER GUTHRIE

St Pat’s fail to find momentum against Workies

BEATEN: McCoy White gets the ball away for St Pat's in their match against Lithgow Workies on Sunday. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK

CYMS run rampant against toothless Tigers in Group 10 top of the table clash


CYMS run rampant against toothless Tigers in Group 10 top of the table clashmore

Tigers add guns in bid to topple CYMS at Wade Park

GROUP 10 BOUND: Tui Oloapu is mobbed after a Parramatta Eels try. Photo: Ian Knight

Rampaging Tigers in 40-0 win over Blayney

BIG WIN: Oberon Tigers' Anton Wereta looks for support during their 40-0 thumping of the Blayney Bears on Sunday. Photo: JESS RYAN

Simon Osborne has decided to retire from rugby league.


Somers steps up to seal League Tag Country Championships round win over Monaro

WINNER: St Pat's player Michelle Somers scored the winning try for the Western Rams in their League Tag Country Championships match against Monaro on Saturday.

Western Rams crushed 62-0 in Country Rugby League Championships clash against Monaro

ONE WAY TRAFFIC: Western Rams lock Jake Betts attempts to stop a Monaro opponent in their Country Rugby League Championships at Cowra on Saturday. Monaro annihilated the hosts 62-0

Two blues continue building with 20-point defeat of Workies


Undefeated Orange CYMS shock Mudgee Dragons at Glen Willow

TRY TIME: Joey Lasagavibau capped off CYMS' magnificent performance in Sunday's grand final rematch with a last-minute try. Photo: PHIL BLATCH

Williams, Breust lift Magpies to victory against St Pat’s


Piece of Bathurst Panthers history for Fearnleys

PROUD MOMENT: Adam Fearnley, pictured playing for the Western Rams, made his premier league debut for Bathurst Panthers on Saturday night.

Penrith Panthers will be playing in Bathurst until 2028

CARRINGTON REPLAY: The Penrith Panthers will meet the Canberra Raiders at Carrington Park on Saturday, June 10 in a replay of last year's NRL clash. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK


Group 10 Expressions of Interest (EOI)

EOIs are sought for the following representative positions for 2017.
Coaches, Selectors, Managers and FAOs

Also EOIs from clubs for the holding of representative games that might be held in the Group 10 area.

EOIs are to be on the attached form and forwarded to the Group 10 secretary.more

VIDEO: 2016 Group 10 grand final highlights


2016 League Tag rules

Players, Coach's and team officials should familiarise themselves with the 2016 rules

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