NRL sin bin surge only temporary, says Woolford

NRL sin bin surge only temporary, says Woolford

A high profile former rugby league player and coach has weighed into the debate about automatic send-offs for head-high tackles in the national Rugby League. Former Raiders star and English Super League coach Simon Woolford said the high amount of sin bins in the last...
Cheerleading – high risk, high flying sport

Cheerleading – high risk, high flying sport

March is National Safety in Cheerleading Month, an opportunity to recognise the risks involved in what has become a serious athletic sport. While the spotlight has recently again been shone on the dangers of concussions in football, the risk of concussion in...
Tackling concussions within the NRL

Tackling concussions within the NRL

Former rugby league star Mario Fenech opened up last month about the brain damage he has suffered from too many hits to the head. Having played in an era where rules surrounding concussions and player welfare were less strict, the man affectionally known...