BRADFORD Thunderbirds 20 Wakefield Panthers 23
Castleford Panthers 10 Hillside Hawks 20
Keighley Cats 28 East Hull 10
Warrington 12 York Acorn 34
Copeland Wildcats P Sheffield Hawks P Waterlogged Field
Shaw Cross Sharks 50 Pendle 0
Bradford Victoria 24 Rochdale 16
THE World Club Challenge rugby league match between Wests Tigers and the Bradford Bulls has been locked in with the fixture to be played in Huddersfield on February 3.
CRONULLA Sharks CEO Steve Rogers says the chances of Adrian Lam joining the NRL side are "looking positive", but faces an anxious wait for the signature of the former Queensland Origin star.
IT was cold, wet and windy at Terenure in Dublin on Saturday afternoon. As a ferocious wind whipped across the field it took with it not only the autumn leaves but also Ireland?s hopes of progressing to the European Nations Cup final.
SCHEDULING and refereeing came under fire after New Zealand moved to the top of rugby league's Tri-Nations tournament yesterday morning with a comfortable win over Great Britain.
IRISH Rugby League are delighted to announce that leading engage Super League side St Helens will be playing a pre-season friendly against London Skolars in Dublin next January.
This news follows on from Ireland?s excellent victory over Scotland earlier this week in the European Nations Cup.
STACEY Jones is finally hanging up his international rugby league boots, but it may not be a permanent retirement.
BRIAN Noble believes Australia are still Tri-Nations favourites and has predicted Craig Gower will be named Andrew Johns' halfback replacement for next Saturday's clash between the countries.
WALES have released an unchanged squad as they travel to France for their European Nations Cup Final on Saturday (kick-off 5pm CET, 4pm GMT).
JAMIE Thackray is urging Great Britain coach Brian Noble to pick him for Saturday?s crunch game with Australia, insisting: "I won?t let you down!"
WESTS Tigers captain Scott Prince will make his debut for Australia in Saturday?s Gillette Tri-Nations Series match against Great Britain at Wigan?s JJB Stadium.
SOUTH London Storm have kept up their best season on record by winning another two awards and being nominated for 3 more.
NEW Zealand second rower David Solomona has been handed a one-match ban after being found guilty of a dangerous tackle in his side?s 42-26 win over Great Britain in Saturday?s Gillette Tri-Nations match at Loftus Road.
WALES fly to France on Thursday to prepare for their Rugby League European Nations Cup Final match against the host country. Wales have not lost to France since 1981 and Wales Rugby League President, Mike Nicholas believes that Wales can keep us this impressive record after their excellent 31-10 win over Ireland in Dublin on Saturday.
THE Rockhampton Leagues Club Central Queensland Comets have announced their side for match two of the Minniecon & Burke Pre-Season Challenge against the North Queensland Cowboys at Browne Park on Saturday, February 12.