THE Redcliffe Dolphins have taken out the QRL premiership for the second year in a row, with a seemingly comfortable 31-18 victory over minor premiers Burleigh. After an extremely shaky start, the Dolphins managed to perform brilliantly at their home park, in what was an extremely successful and happy day for their fans.
FORMER Kiwi league international Adrian Shelford has died suddenly in England.
ST George Illawarra?s Premier League side has survived into next week with a come from behind heart stopping 24-20 semi final victory over the Western Suburbs Magpies at Aussie Stadium tonight.
THE Mitsubishi Electric Bulldogs scored a resounding 56-8 win over the South Sydney Rabbitohs in their Premier League qualifying final at the Sydney Showground last Saturday.
LONDON Broncos CEO, Nic Cartwright expects London fans to come out in good numbers on Sunday at Griffin Park to see what could be a history making day for the club.
THE sport of Rugby League is in mourning following the death of Andrew Bennett, who died suddenly aged 51 on Tuesday morning.
DRAGONS international rep Shaun Timmins has today withdrawn from the Kangaroo squad for the upcoming tour because of ongoing knee problems.
IN Bull's Eyes this week Brian Noble looks ahead to Friday's Tetley's Super League Round 28 game at Knowsley Road, when the Bulls will meet St Helens.
WIGAN will be without Hooker Terry Newton and Prop Quentin Pongia for Sunday's Tetley's Super League clash at The Jungle against Castleford Tigers, 3.30pm Kick Off.
AT the most recent home game for London Broncos Steele Retchless became the most capped London player of all time.
PAUL Cullen has named a 20-man squad to face Wakefield Trinity Wildcats in the last normal round of Super League.
THE New Zealand Warriors have snuck home by 17-16 against the Raiders tonight in a great contest at Aussie Stadium. The Warriors were deserved victors after fighting back from a 10-0 deficit after 23 minutes of play, and out scoring the Raiders by three tries to two.
THE South Sydney Rabbitohs have signed Newcastle winger Adam 'Mad Dog' MacDougall for the 2004 NRL season.
THE Canterbury Bulldogs have won 30-0 against a poor Storm outfit at Aussie Stadium.
WEEK two of the NRL finals series kicked off with the Warriors getting up by one point over the Raiders at Aussie Stadium. It was a cracker of match with the Warriors being deserved 17-16 victors after fighting back from a 10-0 deficit and out-scoring the Raiders by three tries to two. With the scores locked up 16-all, Kiwi hero Stacey Jones delivered the knock-out punch with a field goal in the 77th minute.
The result spells the end for the Raiders in 2003. The Warriors will now meet minor premiers Penrith next week with the winner of that match advancing to the grand final.