Tue, 28 Feb 2012 7:40p.m.
The League Fix is back with co-hosts Warriors star Jerome Ropati and League fanatic Sam Ackerman - just in time for the 2012 season of the NRL.
Read the full story »
Post a Comment
Before commenting, please take the time to read our moderation guide
(Won't be published)
29/02/2012 6:11:46 a.m.
kyle waaka wrote:
great season coming cant wait huge warriors fan.
28/02/2012 11:19:53 p.m.
Sharks season rests entirely on how Todd Carney bounces back. If he can hold it together, Sharks could be a surprises package for the season. Lots of journeymen in the forwards but a lot of heart too, Fifita, Gibbs and of course Gallen. Maitua has skill if he can keep fitness... I certainly wouldn't take them too lightly.
28/02/2012 10:09:13 p.m.
Jeremy K wrote:
That was excellent... Love the League Fix, and really appreciate Sam Ackerman. It's awesome seeing a news reporter in this country that truely knows and appreciates his League. Most the others are either very anti with their aspect on the sport or they are just reporting it as a sideline to other sports.
Also the length of it is great, I like the Roast etc etc but of course we get very little air time on those shows for the boys - So again hats off to Sam and J Ro.. And cheers to TV3 for letting him do it on the payroll
Chur - GO the boys.
Cronulla surged back into the NRL top eight on Sunday with a tense 30-20 victory over a fast-finishing Canberra.
NSW halfback Mitchell Pearce kept the Sydney Roosters in touch with NRL leaders South Sydney, engineering a 12-8 win over North Queensland on Saturday in Townsville.
The Warriors' NRL season is in freefall following an astonishing 62-6 record-breaking loss.
The first of two All Black training camps is underway in Mount Maunganui....
Cronulla surged back into the NRL top eight on Sunday with a tense 30-20 vi...
Auckland City have held off a gallant finish by 10-man Waitakere United to ...
Copyright © 2013 MediaWorks TV. All Rights Reserved.