THIS Saturday(March 6th), at Oki Jubilee Stadium, the mighty St.George Dragons will clash with the Illawarra Steelers in Harold Matthews and SG Ball Cup. The first match commences at 1:15 at Kogarah.
WHEN the Legends' Walk officially opens at Oki Jubilee Stadium on Saturday (6/3/04), R2K's paver in honour of the late Lancelot Lewis `Daddy' Earl will be unveiled with the host of other bricks and granite tiles. Several months ago, R2K purchased 4 pavers from the Jubilee Oval Community Appeal. While 3 of these will be engraved with R2K's website details, R2K decided to set aside a paver to pay tribute to one of St.George's earliest benefactors.
WHILE all reserved seating at Kogarah has been sold-out, General Admission tickets go on sale from Monday (1/3/04) for the Saints vs Canberra clash at Oki Jubilee Stadium.
THE auditorium at St.George Leagues Club - once a prized venue for some of Australia and the world's best entertainers - is now an empty shell.
ORGANISERS of the Legends' Walk at Oki Jubilee Stadium have just over one week to complete the much-anticipated project that has been supported by both the St.George and Illawarra rugby league communities.
R2K is offering its e-mail subscribers an opportunity to win 2 complimentary general admission tickets to the Saints vs Canberra clash at Kogarah on Sunday, 14 March (2:30pm kick-off). One subscriber will win the 2 complimentary tickets by providing R2K with some constructive feedback on its ongoing campaign to ensure the Dragons remain at Oki Jubilee Stadium in the long-term.
THE St.George Dragons All-Stars have retained the `Joanne Mackay Helping Hand Cup' by defeating the USA 48-40 at Kogarah lastnight(18/02/04). As the score indicates, the match was a free-flowing affair with a number of entertaining tries.
IN the lead-up to Wednesday night's `Joanne Mackay Helping Hand Cup' at Oki Jubilee Stadium, R2K caught up with Mark Coyne, Jeff Hardy and David Niu for an interview on the Dragons All-Stars clash with the USA.
CHRIS Anderson will coach the Dragons next week.
KOGARAH Mayor Jim Taylor has informed R2K that he will be retiring from Council in March. The likeable Mayor, who played a key role in the return of the Dragons to Kogarah, has decided not to contest the March 27 local Government election.