'We have a problem in the Kiwis camp' - Mad Butcher weighs in on Kiwis drugs scandal

Sir Peter Leitch spoke to Breakfast and said the NZ Kiwis could have handled the situation better. Source: Breakfast


Watch: Is this the hit of 2017? NRL hardman blindsides Cowboys runner with monster tackle

Bulldogs' second rower Josh Jackson has delivered an absolute bone-rattler in Canterbury's 30-14 loss to the North Queensland Cowboys at ANZ Stadium in Sydney last night.

With his side trailing 12-0 in the first half, Jackson launched at Cowboys' centre Justin O'Neil in the 34th minute and dropped him in what might end up being the biggest hit of the NRL season.

But to O'Neil's credit he popped straight back up and played the ball.

The star of the match was the Cowboys' playmaker Michael Morgan who set up four tries and scored one himself.

The Bulldogs take on the Roosters next week and currently sit ninth on the NRL ladder.

For local fans, the Warriors are away to the Penrith Panthers at 5pm tomorrow.



Watch: 'The Warriors gave me an opportunity' - but the pull of 'own blood' in too strong for Foran

Foran says his children played a big factor in his decision to leave the NZ club after the 2017 season. Source: 1 NEWS