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Souths Doing the Renovation Thing.

SOUTH Sydney coach Craig Coleman will build a new-look Rabbitohs line-up around Willie Peters after signing the highly-rated halfback for the next three National Rugby League seasons.

Warriors Push on with Base Plans

ERICSSON Stadium development plans will go ahead, despite a suggestion from Sydney yesterday that the Warriors would not get the 10-year franchise licence needed for the Auckland Regional Council to commit itself to the project.

Cowboys Reject Campion Rumour.

THE North Queensland Cowboys have rejected speculation they are poised to sign veteran forward Kevin Campion who leaves the New Zealand Warriors at the end of this National Rugby League (NRL) season.

Bartercard Cup-Round 10-Results

HIBISCUS Coast Raiders 28 D. Floyd, S. Ata, C. King, A. Aspin, B. Solomon tries D. Floyd 4 goals

Television coverage of Test matchs under review.

TELEVISION rights for tests involving the Kiwis will be top of the agenda when New Zealand Rugby League (NZRL) chairman Selwyn Pearson meets leading Australian National Rugby League (NRL) officials today. The rights, held by News Corp since Super League started in 1996, expired last year and Pearson is keen to test the water about rolling the contract over.

Freeman Calls For Return of 3 Test Series

KIWI rugby league coach Gary Freeman today backed a call for a return to annual three-test series between New Zealand and Australia. New South Wales State of Origin coach Phil Gould said he wanted the Australian Rugby League to beef up its representative schedule in respect of both New Zealand and Great Britain.

Morgan to Coach in France

WARRIORS front row forward Justin Morgan will depart the club at the end of the 2002 season and take up a post as player-coach for the Toulouse club in France.

Walker is Hot Property.

BRISBANE centre Chris Walker should have no trouble finding a new home in the National Rugby League.

Telstra Road Train comes to N.Z.

THE Telstra Premiership Rugby League Road Train Crosses the Tasman.

Saint Pauls College off to Sydney.

NZ Secondary Schools Champions St Paul's College, departs on Thursady to Sydney for their second game in the NSW Nutrigrain Cup. After beating Erindale College on the 14th of June, they now advance to the final 16 NSW/QLD knock-out competition that began with 400 teams).

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