KIWI Cup 18's
Friday 16 April 2004 Wellington vs Auckland Crowns Westpac Trust Stadium, Wellington Kick Off 6.40 pm
(Curtain Raiser To Bulldogs vs Warriors)
MON 12 Apr Bradford Bulls 54 - 8 St Helens
Mon 12 Apr Widnes Vikings 32 - 18 Hull FC
Mon 12 Apr Wigan Warriors 26 - 24 Warrington Wolves
Mon 12 Apr Wakefield Trinity Wildcats 17 - 24 Huddersfield Giants
Mon 12 Apr Salford City Reds 0 - 44 Leeds Rhinos
NOMINATE Your Young Volunteers - The Whitbread Young Achievers Awards 2004
THE Tasman Orcas claimed their first international rugby league scalp while also ruining Russia's New Zealand debut with a 32-16 win at Trafalgar Park on Monday.
MOTU Tony remains confident of retaining his place in the Kiwi test team for the one-off clash with Australia despite missing Brisbane's past three games with a knee injury.
MELBOURNE Storm coach Craig Bellamy has made several changes to his side ahead of Saturday night?s clash with the South Sydney Rabbitohs, including omitting veteran prop Rodney Howe to make way for the return of Alex Chan.
SYDNEY City Roosters coach Ricky Stuart has named a strong squad to take on the Newcastle Knights at Energy Australia Stadium in Newcastle on Sunday.
Returning to the team is Adrian Morley after serving a 1 match suspension.
The team is;
SOLOMON Haumono has been included in an 18 man side to play Parramatta in Sunday's big NRL clash at Brookvale Oval.
THE South Sydney Rabbitohs is pleased to announce its teams for Round 6 to take on the Melbourne Storm this Saturday, April 17 at Olympic Park.
CRONULLA Sharks coach Stuart Raper has named his squad to take on the Canberra Raiders on Saturday afternoon at Toyota Park.
The squad is;
PARRAMATA coach Brian Smith has named a squad similar to last weekends victorious team to meet the Manly Sea Eagles at Brookvale Oval on Sunday.
Five eighth, Daniel Wagon is yet to be confirmed as he still has a date with the NRL judiciary.
The team is;
THE news goes from bad to worse for embattled club Cronulla with star recruit Nigel Vagana charged by the National Rugby League.
BRONCOS winger Stu Kelly will miss this Saturday night?s clash with the North Queensland Cowboys in Townsville due to an ongoing sternum injury
PENRITH Panthers coach John Lang has kept a largely unchanged line up from the team which put away the Melbourne Storm last weekend.
This weeks Steelers Heritage game against the Dragons promises to be a very torrid affair with a lot of pride on the line for both sides.
The Panthers team is;
THE St.George Bank Dragons will field the same starting line-up for the second consecutive week when they face the Panthers in a Steelers Heritage match at WIN Stadium this Sunday.