KNIGHTLY News ? 9 February 2004
KNIGHTLY News ? 3 February 2004
KNIGHTS? representative utility Daniel Abraham is in doubt for the first round of the NRL premiership with a back complaint.
NEWCASTLE, and newly elected Queensland coach, Michael Hagan said he looks forward to an improved attitude from his side this season after a disappointing end to last year?s premiership campaign.
KNIGHTS captain Andrew Johns concedes rumours he is considering a switch to rugby union are not unsubstantiated hype.
A black market ticket seller who purchased about $22,000 worth of tickets to this year?s NRL Grand Final has been forced to hand the valuable tickets back.
COACHES? coach of the year John Lang will remain with the Penrith Panthers for ?whatever time he wants?, chairman Barry Walsh said last night.
THE Sydney Roosters booked their place in the National Rugby League Grand Final after a 10-point win over the Bulldogs at Aussie Stadium tonight.
SYDNEY Roosters second rower Craig Fitzgibbon may be in doubt for next week?s Grand Final after sustaining a thumb injury in the victory over the Bulldogs.
FORMER Knights winger Adam MacDougall is holidaying in Hawaii with his girlfriend, just days after his sudden signing with South Sydney.