Whether you’re passionate about your stats, club by club cheat sheets, long-form feature stories or a back-track into the game’s past, Inside Sport delivers it all in spades with our latest edition.

For this month’s issue we put together an ace team of writers and put them to work over the off-season. What they returned with is simply sensational reading. All in all their words are a great kick-start to the winter ahead. Here’s a preview of all the action …

Andrew Ferguson of Rugby League Project website fame and talented league scribe John Davidson cast an analytical eye across the 16 NRL teams to deduct who is in for a good season and who’s in for a shocker.


Respected rugby league journalist Greg Prichard takes a look at the fiercest rivalries in the 13-player game and what 2019 holds in store for these bitter battles.


There’s plenty happening across a packed NRL schedule. Curtis Woodward discusses the major highlights of the 2019 event calendar.


The game’s best commentator, Andrew Voss, loves it when we ask him to make bold predictions for the season ahead … he just loves it. Here is his attempt for us this year.


Our man Matt Cleary knocked on the door of the Gold Coast Titans over the summer. They didn’t just let him in for a snoop around, they shared their excitement about what they are expecting to be a bumper year for footy on the Gold Coast.


Inspirational Penrith Panthers leader Isaah Yeo chats to us about leadership and learning from post-season losses in a great One on One chat with Curtis Figon.


Melbourne storm emerging star Jahrome Hughes takes our man Andrew Marmont through the finer points of playing fullback in our “How To” section.


Our In Hindsight subject this month is one of the all-time greats of rugby league – South Sydney and Eastern Suburbs legend, and Men of League honorary president, Mr Ron Coote.  


Listeners to our NRL podcast “Dead In Goal” will wonder what the boys are doing putting their show into print. So did we … Here’s their take on the season ahead.


For AFL fans, there’s also a brilliant feature story on North Melbourne’s inaugural leader Emma Kearney. It’s written by Geelong Cats player and journalist Phoebe McWilliams. Don’t miss it!