BEFORE we get on to radio times I would like to congratulate Ray Hadley on his OAM.
HERE is next weekends round.
LAST night on 2GB Ray Hadley, Steve Roach and Tony Megahey were at the Penrith Football Stadium to see the Panthers upset the Roosters. But it was not smooth going for 2GB or Ray Hadley.
HERE is next weeks round.
PHIL Gould has been struck down by the flu. Gould missed training at Link Oval in Morre Park and he also missed the running of the Phil Gould handicap at Canterbury Racecourse. Gould is not expected to rejoin the team until after the weekend.
TODAY at EnergyAustralia stadium at 2.30pm Newcastle will take on Souths.Here are the teams.
LAST night the Sydney Roosters held the Parrmatta Eels tryless.They beat the Eels 18-4.And have now won five in a row.The Roosters lead 16-4 at half time.The first try of the match was in the 19th scored by Brett Mullins.Justin Hodges reminded the Queensland seletors he is avalible when he put the Roosters in front by 10 points to 4.In wet weather the crowd was a good 12,093.
AFTER the injuries at the start of the season things have turned around and they have now won four on the trot. And players are fighting for a place in the run on side.