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Hannah Hollis gave birth to a girl named Olivia during NRL Grand Final week in late September, according to Phil Rothfield in The Sunday Telegraph.

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FOX taking the world feed tonight, no direct pre-game from Australia. Jenna Brooks (from SKY) hosting with Triple M pundit James Graham.


According to The Sunday Telegraph’s Phil Rothfield, Fox League has signed Rabbitohs star Latrell Mitchell to play a role on the network’s NRL coverage next season. Phil writes that boxing promoter and Latrell’s agent Matt Rose has been in talks with Fox Sports executive director Steve Crawley for several months. There is no specific role at this stage, but Crawley says that Mitchell will work at areas “where he’s most comfortable”.


Sky NZ is re-airing those commentary dubs Fox League did in the early days of Covid lockdowns etc. What a time that was.


Goodness me. Why are they rolling those out?

No idea. Even funnier was the place I saw it was at a pub with the sound on. Truly a horrifying experience.

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Fox League set to showcase new-look NRL pre-season challenge

All pre-season games – including the World Club Challenge (WCC) – are live and exclusive on Fox League, available on Foxtel and Kayo Sports

$200k prize pool up for grabs

Fixtures include double-headers, regional clashes and NZ-based matches

Fox League will be the exclusive home of a new-look NRL pre-season competition consisting of 18 matches over two weeks and featuring international Super League champions St Helens.

The exciting new format will kick off live and exclusive on Fox League from Thursday, February 9 and will be available on Foxtel and Kayo Sports.

The 18 teams – including the newly introduced The Dolphins and touring English Super League Champions St Helens – will be fighting it out for $100,000 in prize money.

A points structure will determine the Pre-Season Championship teams will earn points for wins, draws and losses and bonus points can also be won for consecutive tries, line breaks or offloads.

Fox League expert commentary team will be returning to call the new look pre-season challenge format with an unrivalled talent line-up including Cooper Cronk, Braith Anasta, Mick Ennis, and Gorden Tallis as well as many more.

The first match of the 2023 NRL Pre-Season Challenge begins on Thursday, February 9, with the New Zealand Warriors taking on the West Tigers at 6pm (AEDT) live and exclusive on Fox Sports, available on Foxtel and Kayo Sports.

The tournament will culminate with the reigning Premiers, the Penrith Panthers hosting St Helens. The stakes will be higher than ever, with the winning team from this match walking away with $100k in a blockbuster World Club Challenge (WCC) on Saturday, 18 February.

Kayo Minis’ is available for every game, of the Pre-season NRL Challenge competition fans can replay the best moments of selected game content.