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LEAGUE Unlimited are proud to announce the introduction of SMS live scores.
THE Chairman of the QRL, Mr John McDonald and the General Manager Marketing of AAMI, Mr Don Casboult today announced that AAMI would become a Major Sponsor of the Queensland State of Origin Team for the next three years.
TOOWOOMBA proved too good for Wynnum Seagulls running away in the second half to win 48-14 in the ABC Television match at Kougari Oval. Wynnum started strongly scoring two good tries through halfback Denny Lambert and fullback David Seage to lead 8-0. The Clydesdales hit back to trail 8-6 when big South African prop Scott Gray crashed over for a try, but Seagulls centre Jimmy Ahmat extended this margin to 14-6 five minutes before half-time. Setting the trend for the second term Wynnum mistakes allowed Toowoomba to score two late tries and lead 16-14 at the break.
THE New Zealand Rugby League is mourning the loss of one its greatest administrators.
JUST when it seemed the Warriors injury situation was improving Coach Stuart Raper has revealed that Full Back Kris Radlinski is ruled out of action for up to three months with a re-occurence of a wrist injury.
IT hasn?t got quite the local rivalry of a Leeds Rhinos v Bradford Bulls match, but newly enlarged SMg Risk Solutions has certainly got a lot to shout about.
LONDON Broncos have taken prop Tommy Gallagher on one month's loan from Leeds, and Austin Buchanan has returned to the Rhinos following his spell in the capital.
Gallagher, 19, has been in good form for the Rhinos' Under-21 side this season, playing in a variety of positions in the pack after returning from a loan spell at York earlier in the year.
He was the club's Academy Player of the Year in 2002, and capped a fine campaign by being a member of the England Academy side, which historically defeated the Australian Schoolboys, scoring a superb long-range try in the First Test.
SOUTH Sydney has granted Queensland State of Origin centre Chris Walker a release from his contract with the National Rugby League club.
SATURDAY 17th May 2003
KIWIS centre Nigel Vagana's days with the Bulldogs look to be numbered as the National Rugby League club has given the try-scoring centre permission to negotiate with rival clubs.
KANGAROO and Waratahs winger, Nathan Blacklock is set to return to Rugby League this week and may be released from his Rugby Union contract as early as this afternoon.
BISBANE Broncos coach,Wayne Bennett, has made no changes to his team which last week demolished the North Queensland Cowboys.
THE National Rugby League clubs have agreed to retain the existing $3.25 million salary cap next season and put off talks on increasing the cap for 2005 until later this year.
DYNAMIC Panthers 2nd rower, Tony Puletua, makes a welcome return to the Panthers team for this weeks round 10 clash with competition leaders, the Canberra Raiders at Bruce Stadium.