Tookey Believes Origin Jersey Is His

NEW Zealand Warrior Mark Tookey is holding on to hopes that he might be able to crack the Queensland State of Origin league side this season.

Bartercard Cup - Round 4 Preview

ROUND 4 of the New Zealand Bartercard Cup has some great battles looming. Both unbeaten sides, Hibiscus Coast Raiders and Mt Albert Lions will have their work cut out, with the opposition wanting nothing better than to knock them off the top spots.

Henson Park Matches And Results

HERE are the results of the matches played at Henson Park on Saturday, March 10th. NSW Premier League. Newtown 24: Alf Duncan 2, David Fa'alogo, Ben Tickle tries; Troy Barnes 4 goals defeated Parramatta 16: James Webster 2, Willie Leyshon tries; Ronald Prince 2 goals. Parramatta led 12-8 at half-time. Parramatta were the undefeated Premier League competition leaders prior to this match.

Reminder for this Saturday, May 10th, Henson Park

THE Newtown RLFC is extremely proud to be sponsored by the Sydney Airport Corporation, the Petersham RSL Club, and NTG. A reminder to all Newtown RLFC supporters that the boys in royal blue are back in action at Henson Park this coming Saturday, May 10th. The Jets meet the Sydney Bulls in the Jim Beam Cup at 1.30 pm, and then in the main game, Newtown takes on the unbeaten Parramatta Eels in the NSWRL Premier League at 3.00 pm. Make a special effort this weekend to bring along family members, friends or work mates who haven't been to a Henson Park home game double header in recent times. All of you, our football club members and supporters, are potentially our best ambassadors, so spread the word about what a great day it is down at Henson Park, and bring more people along to our home games. Match day revenue is so critical to this club's survival. We hope to see you and plenty of your friends at Henson Park on Saturday, May 10th.

Wakefield Catch Saint Helens Out

WAKEFIELD ended a 23-year wait for victory at Knowsley Road when they pulled off the shock of the Tetley's Super League season by beating St Helens 16-10.

Warriors Team news for Widnes

WIGAN Warriors Coach Stuart Raper has announced the following squad for Saturday's away Tetley's Super League clash against the Widnes Vikings at the Halton Stadium 6.05pm Kick Off.

Bulls Eye

IN Bulls Eye this week, coach Brian Noble and half back Paul Deacon, look forward to Sunday's Tetley's Super League Round 9 game at Odsal Stadium when the Tigers are in town to take on the Bulls in the Big West Yorkshire derby.

Wigan Battle Out A Win Over Widnes

UNDER-STRENGTH Wigan continued their revival with hard-fought victory over Widnes in an entertaining Tetley's Super League match at the Halton Stadium.

Surging Storm End Raiders Run

MELBOURNE Storm has snapped the Canberra Raiders unbeaten run in emphatic fashion rolling the league leaders 30-10 at Olympic Park to move into second place on the NRL ladder.

Sharks finally end their losing streak

THE Sharks have notched up their first win of the season in convincing fashion defeating the Manly Sea Eagles 40-16 at Toyota Park tonight.

Storm hand Raiders their first defeat

THE Melbourne Storm have ended the Canberra Raiders unbeaten run with a rousing 30-10 victory at Olympic Park this evening.

Warriors just scrape home against gutsy Eels

THE New Zealand Warriors have survived a major scare from the Parramatta Eels and run out 18-16 winners at Ericcson Stadium this evening.

Joel Monaghan to play against Storm

RAIDERS winger Joel Monaghan has returned to the starting side for tonight?s match against the Melbourne Storm at Olympic Park in Melbourne. Michael Robertson has been dropped to make way for Monaghan, who was injured in the Raiders round five victory over the Parramatta Eels.

Eels Desparate For Win

THE call-up of Darren Treacy, who quit rugby league two years ago, shows the depths Parramatta have gone to shore up a losing side decimated by injury for their match against the New Zealand Warriors in Auckland tonight.

Golden Point A Thorn In Bennetts Side

BRONCOS and Maroons coach Wayne Bennett may want to rethink his objective stance on the golden point rule after watching tonight?s thriller between the Bulldogs and Roosters at Telstra Stadium.

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