Team news for home game with Castleford Tigers

WIGAN Warriors Coach Stuart Raper has announced the following side for Friday's home Tetley's Super League clash against Castleford Tigers, 8pm at the JJB Stadium.

Kennedy guilty of reckless tackle

NEW South Wales second rower Ben Kennedy has been ruled out State of Origin Three after he was found guilty of a grade one reckless high tackle at the Australian Rugby League judiciary.

Kearney Wants To Go Roo Hunting

THE veteran Kiwis forward has phoned coach Daniel Anderson to tell him he is available to play the world champions on July 25.

NSWRL Premier League : Round 12 Preview

ROUND 12 of the NSWRL Premier League.

Bartercard Cup - Round 10 Preview

A split round in New Zealand's Bartercard Cup competition with only 3 games this week, with the remaining three games of Round 10 to be played next weekend.

Round 16 - Fridays Preview

HOPEFULLY, the Roosters and Broncos will provide a better spectacle than Origin II as the Broncos look to focus on the job at hard, which will be inherently difficult considering the pounding they took on Wednesday night.

Squads Announced For County Of Origin

THE squads for next Wednesday's Origin Game at Odsal have been announced, with a total of nine debutants selected, including Castleford duo Andy Lynch and Ryan Hudson and Lancashire pair Steve Prescott and Mike Forshaw. Yorkshire will host Lancashire at Odsal on 2 July in a bid to end their three-game losing run against their Red Rose rivals since the Origin concept returned in 2001.

Wigan Name Pongia On Bench

WIGAN Warriors will hand a debut to new signing Quentin Pongia in their clash with Castleford Tigers at The JJB Stadium on Friday night, while they also welcome back Paul Johnson from a hamstring injury. Former New Zealand captain Pongia, 32, arrived in Great Britain at the start of the week to start a six-month contract with Wigan.

Super League - Review

HULL moved up to third place in Super League by thrashing Wakefield 44-4, full back Steve Prescott grabbing two tries in his 20-point haul.

Bulls Eye

IN Bulls Eye this week, Brian Noble and Robbie Paul, look at tomorrow's clash of the champions at Odsal when Tetley's Super League champions, St Helens take on Powergen Challenge Cup winners Bradford Bulls in another magic night at Odsal.

Storm reign supreme over Tigers

THE Melbourne Storm have run out 16-8 winners over the Wests Tigers at Olympic Park this evening. In a match that never reached any great heights, the Melbourne Storm did enough to get the two points while the Tigers continued to shoot themselves in the foot with an error riddled performance.

Injury Continues To Frustrate P.J Marsh

IT remains unclear when New Zealand Warriors hooker PJ Marsh will be ready to play rugby league again.

Prince may stay with Broncos after all

DESPITE suffering two broken legs since joining the Brisbane Broncos in 2001 from the Cowboys, Scott Prince is at a crossroads in his career. Heralded as the heir-apparent to the then retired Allan Langer, Prince has played only 23 games in the past two and a half seasons with the Broncos. During that time, he has been unable to secure a regular first grade spot in Wayne Bennett?s squad, let alone emulate Queensland?s best ever halfback. Still, at only 23, he has 76 first grade appearances since debuting in 1998, so Prince is hardly untested at the NRL level.

The clash of the Titans at Suncorp

THE Broncos finally get their first win at the new Suncorp Stadium when they downed the Roosters in a very tough battle by 10 - 8.

Tough break for Toshack

SCANS have revealed that Mat Toshack has a broken leg sustained after a fall in training last weekend and will be out of action for a period of four to six weeks.

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