The NRL, with clubs, players and fans, will pause during Round 8 to honour and reflect on the sacrifices that thousands of service men and women have given.
No need to panic for the Panthers and Wests Tigers, the Sharks' defence, and second-half struggles. The key numbers and quirky stats from Round 7.
Round 8 of the 2017 NRL Telstra Premiership is Anzac Round, where the game pays tribute to those who have played their part in safeguarding Australia.
After picking up an injury in pre-season, Sharks No.1 Valentine Holmes has rediscovered his confidence and is starting to excel in his new position at the back.
Canberra winger Jordan Rapana says he's recovered from a knee injury he suffered in last week's NRL win over the Warriors and will be fit to face Manly.
Wests Tigers fullback James Tedesco was back to his best against Parramatta on Monday, and said he hoped to make a call on his future in the coming weeks.
Queensland and Broncos great Justin Hodges on the changing player market and what every player must remember before signing their next NRL contract.
A week after the first ton of the year another backline star cracks the century as a host of favourites impress. Success stories and flops from Round 7.
Bulldogs on the rise, the Panthers drop and the top sides hold their place. Here's how we rank the NRL's 16 clubs at the end of Round 7.
Panthers five-eighth Te Maire Martin says he needs to take on more attacking responsibility in order to help halves partner Nathan Cleary.