Rugby league’s newest jerseys have arrived, with a new look for all of the top-tier teams and the likes of Canterbury, Gold Coast, Goldfields and St George Illawarra.
The new jerseys feature new white, black and red colours, and have been designed to make the games more accessible to a wider range of players.
A new look means there are fewer white jerseys to choose from, and also fewer gold, blue and red jerseys to look at.
New players, such as Kurtley Beale, have been introduced to the game in recent years, and the design of the jersey has been upgraded to make them more familiar.
They’ve also been made more comfortable to wear, with extra padding and a larger waistband.
There are also a number of new home and away kits for each club and each of the teams, along with a number on the back for the players to wear on the field.
The jersey will also be available in the NRL Club and State codes.
The NRL, for example, are offering the jerseys in the State codes of Canberra, Darwin, Goldfield, Newcastle, Manly and South Sydney.
The NRL will also offer new jersey designs for teams in the National League, Australian Football League and National Basketball League, with the aim of making the game accessible to all.
It will also launch a new digital package, including digital access to all NRL match broadcasts.
The jerseys are also being rolled out to the NRL clubs.
The game is set to change, and many of the players who will wear the new uniforms will be returning.
The majority of players have worn the jerseys for years, but there are now some players who haven’t had the opportunity to wear the uniforms.
This will change, with players returning to the jersey.
The NSWRL, for instance, have announced they are giving the NSWRL a new jersey design, which is expected to be announced later this week.
Players will be able to choose the new jersey from a range of designs.
The New Zealand-based Rugby League Players’ Association will also have the opportunity of selecting their new jersey, which will be released later this year.
The club, the Newcastle Knights, are one of the few clubs not to have the jersey designs released yet.
They have said that the new design will be rolled out over the next few months, but will be announced closer to the season.
The first jersey will be worn by the Rabbitohs against the Gold Coast Titans on Saturday.
The Knights are also planning a trip to England to play the Newcastle Falcons.
The Cowboys will also wear their new jerseys, as they host the Knights on Sunday.
The Sharks are not expected to wear any new jerseys for the season, although they will wear their old jerseys during the 2017 NRL season.
Rugby league will return to the top level of rugby league in 2019The NRL has announced it will rebrand itself from the NRL to the National Rugby League in 2019.
The league is expected back to the highest level of competition, and will have more teams, better facilities and a new TV deal.
The RL is expected in 2019 to host a season without a team.
The league has been a major draw for players for decades, with more than 5,000 registered players across the nine teams and over 80,000 players playing the game over two seasons.
A new, unified league structure will be created for the first time in 2018, with clubs, players and teams all working together under the same umbrella.
The 2019 season will also see the introduction of the new, full-contact, four-on-four rules.
There will be fewer games to play, as players will have to compete against one another in the four-team divisions and only play in the home and international competition.
The introduction of four-touch rules will see more time spent on the ground, with each team using two players.
The teams will also play in a format similar to the Super League, in which teams have three home and three away matches per season.
There is also an increase in the number of home games in the 2019 season, as teams play one game at the ground in the three-home and one-off games.
There are plans to reintroduce the Super Rugby system, but the system is not expected until at least 2019.