Map Sports align with Jamaican Rugby League:  Hurricanes Rugby League Jamaica have received further support from internationally, with global sports management firm Map Sports securing the naming rights to support the Hurricanes Academy for the next 5 years.

Map Sports align with Jamaican Rugby League

Finucane talks Storm, Dogs and future:  With high profile Bulldogs Dale Finucane confirming his switch to the Melbourne Storm, we took some time to sit down and get his position on the move. Read the full interview here: http://www.mapsports.com.au/news/85-finucane-talks-storm-dogs-and-future.html

Finucane talks Storm, Dogs and future.

Map Sports align with Jamaican Rugby League: Hurricanes Rugby League Jamaica have received further support from internationally, with global sports management firm Map Sports securing the naming rights to support the Hurricanes Academy for the next 5 years.

Map Sports align with Jamaican Rugby League

Former State of Origin and Premiership winning centre, Dane Nielsen has agreed to terms with the St George Illawarra Dragons for the next 2 seasons. Nielsen, who has played over 100 NRL games since his debut in 2007 landed back in Australia on Tuesday and jetted into Sydney this afternoon to sign his contract with the famous club.

Former State of Origin and Premiership winning centre, Dane Nielsen has agreed to terms with the St George Illawarra Dragons for the next 2 seasons. Nielsen, who has played over 100 NRL games since his debut in 2007 landed back in Australia on Tuesday and jetted into Sydney this afternoon to sign his contract with the famous club.

Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs winger, Kayne Brennan has agreed to re-sign with the NRL Grand Final outfit until the end of 2015. Originally a south coast junior, Brennan first signed with the club as a 15 yr old and played in both their Matthews Cup and SG Ball teams. Travel burnout led to Brennan signing with the NRL Dragons. After 2 years in the Toyota Cup where he set the benchmark in many key stats Brennan was selected in the 2013 Junior Kangaroos Squad and returned to the Bulldogs.

Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs winger, Kayne Brennan has agreed to re-sign with the NRL Grand Final outfit until the end of 2015. Originally a south coast junior, Brennan first signed with the club as a 15 yr old and played in both their Matthews Cup and SG Ball teams. Travel burnout led to Brennan signing with the NRL Dragons. After 2 years in the Toyota Cup where he set the benchmark in many key stats Brennan was selected in the 2013 Junior Kangaroos Squad and returned to the Bulldogs.

Sending out our best wishes to Sauaso Sue as he heads off TOA SAMOA for a weeks camp before the #RugbyLeague #FourNations in Australia and New Zealand. #Manuia

Sending out our best wishes to Sauaso Sue as he heads off TOA SAMOA for a weeks camp before the in Australia and New Zealand.

Map Sports Ethan Butler, Jack Bastick and Billy Burns have left for a week-long tour of Papua New Guinea with the NSW Young Achievers team.  The team is part of the NSW Rugby League Academy and they have been conducting youth development tours for 15 years.

Map Sports Ethan Butler, Jack Bastick and Billy Burns have left for a week-long tour of Papua New Guinea with the NSW Young Achievers team. The team is part of the NSW Rugby League Academy and they have been conducting youth development tours for 15 years.

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