Johns - "I Will Play Origin"

AUSTRALIAN and NSW skipper Andrew Johns has declared his commitment to rugby league's State of Origin series and said his public fall-out with coach Phil Gould stemmed from their mutual passion for the game.

Gould on a Wing and a prayer

PHIL Gould has done NSW no favours with the amount of undue pressure he has placed of some of the key players for the Blues this year. Just look at Braith Anasta?s performance for the Broncos last night.

Last Gasp For Carlaw Park ?

AUCKLAND'S home of rugby league may be saved from the bulldozer yet.

Super League Friday - Review

BRADFORD Bulls continued their charge to the top of Tetley's Rugby Super League and ended Leeds Rhinos' unbeaten run with a 48-22 win at Odsal on Friday night in front of a vocal 21784 crowd.

Super League Sunday - Preview

WAKEFIELD Trinity Wildcats are looking to gain their third successive victory when London Broncos visit Belle Vue on Sunday afternoon.

Super League Saturday - Review

CASTLEFORD Tigers consolidated their position inside the top six of Tetley's Rugby Super League with a 32-16 defeat of Warrington Wolves. The Tigers moved three points clear of the seventh placed Wolves with another solid performance to affirm their Play-Off ambitions and move above St Helens into fifth for at least 48 hours.

Gee makes history

FORWARD Andrew Gee will claim a special place in Broncos' history when Brisbane hosts Newcastle in the welcome back to Lang Park National Rugby League extravaganza on Sunday.

Storm closer to shedding away hoodoo

MELBOURNE Storm?s thrilling last minute win over Parramatta has done more than secure two valuable premiership points and cement the club in fifth place on the NRL ladder according to hooker Cameron Smith.

Gallen cited, could be outed for two months

CRONULLA'S Paul Gallen could receive a two month ban from the National Rugby League judiciary after being charged with a grade two reckless high tackle.

Cowboys Riding High

NORTH Queensland coach Graham Murray refused to apologise for his underrated team's climb up the National Rugby League ladder after the Cowboys cast aside erratic Manly 31-20 at Brookvale Oval on Saturday night.

Round 11 - NRL Wrap

THE NRL round was a wet and soggy one starting with the opening match in Wellington. The Warriors have a terrible record at the Cake Tin and the hoodoo continues with last year's minor premiers going down to the Raiders - Ruben Wiki having a ripper of a match. If ever there was an example of the gulf that exists between Auckland and Wellington, this is it. Its no wonder that the Kiwis are calling for a second NZ team and asking why the Auckland Warriors changed their name to New Zealand.

Souths to make complaint

SOUTH Sydney will lodge an official complaint with the National Rugby League over referee Bill Harrigan's decision to penalise captain Bryan Fletcher for a double movement in yesterday's loss to St George Illawarra.

Dragons win in the mud at the SCG

A good old fashioned mud bath at the SCG finally went in favour of the Dragons by 18-16 over the Rabbitohs.

Storm Continue Eels? Misery

MELBOURNE Storm has extended Parramatta?s losing streak to five matches by winning its second away game of the year following a hard-fought 12-10 victory at Parramatta Stadium tonight.

Panthers beat Tigers

THE Penrith Panthers have beaten the Wests Tigers 26-4 in a dominant display at Campbelltown Stadium.

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