A preview of Saturday's Challenge Cup Round Five knock-out action, in a game televised nationally on BBC.
BRIEF preview of Round 9 Easter Tuesday action between the Rhinos and the Warriors.
IRISHMAN Brian Carney completes cross-code switch, Gold Coast Titans compensated.
ST Helens completed a clean sweep in 2006 as they defeated Hull 26-4 in the Grand Final at Old Trafford.
BRADFORD welcome back Lesley Vainikolo for the visit of Les Catalans on Friday.
WAKEFIELD Trinity Wildcats have announced the signing of Australian utility man Ned Catic.The 27-year-old has moved to the Super League club from Sydney Roosters after signing a two-year contract.Catic, who can play prop or second row, takes Wakefield's last overseas quota place alongside half-backs Ben Jeffries and Sam Obst."We are delighted to have signed a player of Ned's experience and quality," said coach Tony Smith."He is exactly the sort of player we have been looking for to complete the picture for 2006."He is a tough, robust prop who can play 80 minutes, and has been in two NRL Grand Finals so brings bags of experience with him."- - - - -Thanks to www.skysports.com (UK) for this news.
CRAIG Wing is confident he will be fit to play for Australia in Saturday's Gillette Tri-Nations final against New Zealand.