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Cuningham makes Gt Britain Tour Squad

CUNNINGHAM, who missed last winter's three Guinness Tests against the Kangaroos in this country because of surgery, has been out of action for several weeks because of a hand injury and is due to make his return to Tetley's Super League action against Bradford Bulls on Friday.

U.S.A and Russia finalise Test dates

THE AMNRL and the Russian Rugby League are finalising plans for coming internationals in both the USA and Russia for season 2002.


RESULTS of English Super League rugby league matches played on Sunday:

Ritchie Barnett's Mystery Illness.

A mystery illness is threatening the career of Kiwi fullback Richie Barnett.

Karl Pratt is Leeds Saviour

A sensational last-gasp 80-metre try by Karl Pratt helped save Leeds who, prior to the score, had looked in danger of falling at Wakefield.

Hull just pip Castleford.

A length of the field interception try in the last minute from Toa Kohe-Love helped Hull to a fine 12-18 victory over Castleford at The Jungle.

St Helens too good for Bradford .

FIRST and second clashed at Knowsley Road and it was St Helens who proved to be victorious with a fine 34-26 win over Bradford Bulls.

English Super League- Results

RESULTS of English Super League rugby league matches played on Sunday:

War of the Roses-Origin 2 result.

THE Lancashire side was without the injured skipper Farrell, and lost Chris Joynt earlier in the day with food poisoning. Deacon came in to partner Sculthorpe in the half backs, and Sinfield moved up to his preferred loose forward position. Noble also made changes, with a daring throw of the dice in an attempt to level the series. He moved Leon Pryce up to stand-off, with Richard Horne taking over at full back. Gilmour moved into the centres, and Karl Pratt was relegated to the bench. Rhinos 'pocket rocket' Rob Burrow was left out of the seventeen, and could be seen kicking water bottles around the billiard table Headingley turf, prior to kick-off.

Odsal Stadium development put on hold.

THE proposed multi-million pound redevelopment of Odsal Stadium, home of the Bradford Bulls, appears to have hit the buffers today with the announcement by developers Sterling Capitol that they are pulling out of the scheme.

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