1. Out Now:

    Here it is - the latest edition of The Front Row, our exclusive online e-magazine with a full wrap on last weekend's NRL and Super League along with the match programme for the coming round!

    Ahead of Women in League Round this weekend, this bumper issue has plenty of features. Paul Jobber chats to Erin Molan about life in broadcasting, footy and more. Joshua Wells talks to NRLW player Botille Vette-Welsh about her rise in the women's game. We've also got Rick Edgerton's weekly finals piece, this week looking at the spines of each of the top eight sides. We also look at Old Boys Day through the eyes of Newcastle prop Daniel Saifiti.

    Add to that all the regular features you've come to expect - a full NRL Round 19 programme - and you have one fantastic 36-page magazine for your weekend's reading!

    EDITION 17 - OUT NOW!

    Guest, click here to read online or download your free PDF copy

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    Birthday:
    Jan 9, 1983 (Age: 37)
    Location:
    cronulla
    Occupation:
    Construction Engineer / Rugby league coach
    I love rugby league. Ive played it and been around it all my life. I also love the Eels and have done so since my pop introduced me to rugby league at a young age. I also have a soft spot for the Panthers as i played in there junior system. Once i stopped playing the game i was lucky to be given the opportunity as an Ass coach in the juniors. I continue to develop my skills base day in day out with the hope of one day coaching full time Jersey Flegg or above.
    Born and raised in Western Sydney where i spent 25 years, I took the first opportunity to be closer to the beach and now call Caringbah home.