Aussie women tie Ashes Test series with poms'


Bartercard Cup-Round 12-Results

MANUREWA scored the big upset in this weekends Bartercard Cup competition when they gave the Hibiscus Coast Raiders their fourth loss of the season.

Leigh Centurions 29 - Hull Kingston Rovers 24


Lacklustre Jets Rain On Their Own Parade

A good crowd turned up last Saturday for the Newtown community reunion day at Henson Park, but the Jets spoiled their own party by turning in one of their more forgettable efforts for the season. Newtown had won handsomely against Balmain four weeks ago, but several of the Jets played on Saturday as if their winning bonuses were already in the bag. Trailing 10-4 at the break, the Jets conceded a further four tries to the Tigers in losing by 36-10.

Leeds join the hunt for Campbell

LEEDS have joined the chase for Preston Campbell, together with a number of other National Rugby League and Rugby Super League clubs all wanting to get the talented utility to put pen to paper. Last years Dally M NRL Player of the Year, Preston is a fast and exceptionally skilful player, with halfback being one of his stronger positions on the field, but also performing admirably at hooker, fullback and on the wings.

Kogarah Council backs Jubilee return

THE Mayor of Kogarah, Cr Jim Taylor, has recommended a maintenance program for Kogarah Jubilee Oval which will give the Dragons an opportunity to return for the 2003 season.

Warriors Team for Canberra Raiders

BRENT Webb has been named at five-eight with Vinnie Anderson in the centres and John Carlaw on the right wing.

R2K fund raiser dinner

R2K (Return to Kogarah) has organised a dinner and auction with Reg Gasnier, Graeme Langlands and John Raper at 7:30pm Friday 23 August.

Ken Nagas hangs up his Boots.

FORMER Super League Test winger Ken Nagas has retired after a radical new procedure on his damaged knee failed to save his career with the Canberra Raiders.

Situations Vacant-Coach Wanted

COACHING a National Rugby League club was once considered the pinnacle of the profession.

NRL Ladder, Not all it Seems.

THE NRL premiership ladder is deceiving.

Busy Week for Judiciary

CANBERRA second rower Tyran Smith could face a five-week enforced holiday after being charged with knee-dropping by the National Rugby League judiciary.

Warriors Show no Mercy.

THE New Zealand Warriors were back to their thrilling best as they launched a series of attacks to beat the Parramatta Eels 26-10 in a National Rugby League game at Ericsson Stadium yesterday. The Warriors wasted little time in stamping their authority on the match.

Warriors Searching For Thorn.

THE New Zealand Warriors are attempting to track down the mystery man of Southern Hemisphere football, Brad Thorn, and launch an audacious bid for his services next season.

Ali Lauiti'iti Signs Till 2006

THE Warriors have extended the contract of star forward Ali Lauiti'iti.

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