HIBISCUS Coast Raiders and defending Bartercard Cup champions Mt Albert remain the only unbeaten teams after three rounds in the NZ Bartercard Cup rugby league competition.
THE Canberra Raiders have continued on their winning ways after beating the South Sydney Rabbitohs 34-12 at Aussie Stadium last night. Canberra were far from their best but they did enough to get the two points and now look to next weeks clash against the Melbourne Storm at Olympic Park.
ST George Illawarra captain Trent Barrett will undergo x-rays on his injured right ankle today. The Test five-eighth limped off early in the second half of his side's 28-12 victory over Cronulla in the NRL match at Oki Jubilee Stadium yesterday.
WITH news the Canberra Raiders are set to announce a new sponsor this week and having studied the 2003 draw, I am confident the Raiders will feature on free to air no less than five times between rounds 12-20.
IT has been reported that Jonathon Thurston is first choice five eight for the Queensland State of Origin side.
GOOD rugby league news keeps flowing in the nation's capital, with hardworking back rower Alan Tongue re-signing for a further three years with the unbeaten NRL competition leaders.
THE Brisbane Broncos have defeated the Wests Tigers 38-6 at Leichhardt Oval this afternoon. The conditions were wet and blustery but only one team turned up to play football.
CANTERBURY 18 defeated the Warriors 12 on Friday night to end their three game losing streak.
X-RAYS on the ankle of Trent Barrett have revealed severe bruising and the NSW five eighth should be available for State of Origin selection. It was feared that Barrett may have broken his ankle when he was limped from the field yesterday afternoon.
ST George Illawarra second rower Lance Thompson is the only player charged by the National Rugby League judiciary.
ST George Illawarra captain Trent Barrett has been cleared of a broken ankle but remains in doubt for the Dragons' National Rugby League game against Penrith on Sunday.
SOUTH Sydney chief executive David Tapp says he's under pressure from the club's fans to make a formal complaint to the National Rugby League over the performance of the video referee in Saturday night's loss to Canberra.
THE spiritual home of rugby league for the Dragons side certainly inspired them to soundly defeat the Sharks by 28 - 12.
PENRITHS try scoring freak, Rhys Wesser, Plans to test his worth on the open market come July 1st. Wesser says he would like to stay with the Panthers but also wants to see what other clubs offer him before committing to a new deal.
BRENTFORD FC and Bees United are set to get behind London Broncos on Friday 9th May when the top of the table Leeds Rhinos make their much awaited visit to Griffin Park.