The first batch of rugby league fans are set to be allowed to attend NRL games again after the governing-body secured permission for spectators to return from the NSW government.
Manly and Canterbury rounded out round three of the NRL, with a Sunday Showdown, the Bulldogs were looking for win number one, whereas the Sea Eagles looked to kick on from their victory over the Roosters in round two.
The NRL is taking the unprecedented step of suspending the season due to the global coronavirus pandemic.
A Canterbury Bulldogs side, missing a few key players, travelled to BankWest Stadium on Thursday to face a full-strength Parramatta Eels side with the 2020 NRL Season starting with a tight game. The Eels were the first to put the ball down over the line after Blake Ferguson pushed off three Bulldogs' defenders, then walked... Continue Reading →