FRIDAY, 15th July 2005
A huge round of upsets this week sees some interesting selections from our trusted live score updaters who have a keen eye on every game of the week. There?s absolutely no doubt that every player here is worthy of selection this time round, making the Round 18 League Unlimited Team of the Week the only side running around in the NRL that is a sure thing to take the two points home.
LEAGUE Wrap: Round 18, 8-10 July 2005
Back rowers Nathan Hindmarsh (Eels) and Ben Kennedy (Sea Eagles), and half back Stacey Jones (Warriors) are the big movers in this week?s Leagueunlimited.com Player Awards. All three players have made an impression and are within striking distance of the competition front runners.
THIS week?s sheet has some classy names on it even though 33 rep players were stood down for Origin III this coming Wednesday night. ?TBA? passed his fitness test but failed to raise the eye of our Live Updaters during his cameo, apart from the little 35m dash up-field. So here we give you the Round 17 League Unlimited Team of the Week which would take more stopping than a player manager before June 30.
FRIDAY, 8th July 2005
WITH the rep season now behind us, the Rugby League community adjust their lens to focus on the almighty domestic competition laid out intriguingly before us. There are no less than eleven teams still in the hunt for the top 8, and whilst the Warriors might be a long shot, it aint over till the fat lady sings.
LEAGUE Wrap: Round 17, 1-3 July 2005
Cowboys? full back Matt Bowen still heads up the leader board but there?s plenty of movement happening in 2005 Leagueunlimited.com Player Awards. Bowen has seemingly stalled on 19 points while half back Matt Orford and full back Billy Slater have sprung into action, the Melbourne Storm stars moving up to equal second position to join Dragons utility back Ben Hornby on 17 points.
FRIDAY, 1st July 2005
LEAGUE Wrap: Round 16, 24-26 June 2005
The Leagueunlimited.com Player Awards sees Cowboys full back Matt Bowen still in front on 19 points. Dragons utility Ben Hornby is still holding second position on 17 points but is under pressure to hold his spot with the Dragons getting the bye next round and reports indicating that the injured Hornby may be sidelined in the coming weeks.
WITH so many upsets and good individual performances at the weekend, the selectors found it hard to pick the squad. There are some very deserving players who put there hands up for selection and this week we?ve also got a list of people that we called just to let them know they got a mention at the selection table. So without further adieu, here?s the Round 16 League Unlimited Team of the Week and what a cracker it is!