NRL Chief Executive Officer David Gallop heads the list of speakers who will be involved with the annual QRL Southern Kookaburras Footy Facts Seminar Series 2005 this weekend.
THE Queensland Cup has farewelled one of its most pivotal characters, following the announcement that leading referee Tony Maksoud will retire.
BURLEIGH and Toowoomba have added further interest to an already jam-packed 2005 pre-season schedule.
FROM QRL press release Friday 19 November:
THE Board of the Queensland Rugby League (QRL) has today determined that the 2005 Queensland Cup season will be contested by the following 11 clubs:
QUEENSLAND Rugby League representative calendar for Season 2005:
BROTHERS ? Luke Bishop (Redcliffe), Trent Callaghan (Norths), Brendon Currie (Redcliffe), Matt Eaborn (Easts), Sam Fillery (Redcliffe), Liam Georgetown (Redcliffe), Tony Gould (Norths), Ben Masoe (New Zealand), Paul Mitchell (Norths), Josh Morris (St George Illawarra), Michael Munday (New Zealand), Ron Poll (Redcliffe), Liam Tallon (Balmain), Tony Tui (New Zealand), Anthony Zipf (Norths).
ONE of Queensland?s most faithful wing servants has confirmed his retirement from State of Origin, with Matt Sing opting to focus on club commitments.
THE Queensland Rugby League have released the draw for what promises to be another top year of rugby league action in the Queensland Cup competition.
The draw is ;
OUTBACK Longreach has staged a major coup, named as the official launch site for this year?s nationwide QANTASLink Bush Blitz.
LAST Friday?s Annual General Meeting of the Queensland Rugby League delivered several key indicators of the sport?s success in the preceding 12 months.