Result from Energy Australia Stadium, Friday August 23

NSW Rugby League First Division.

Weekly Bulls Eye

IN BULLS EYE THIS WEEK, COACH BRIAN NOBLE LOOKS AHEAD TO SUNDAYS TRIP TO THE JUNGLE FOR THE SUPER LEAGUE VII ROUND 24 CLASH BETWEEN THE BULLS AND IN FORM CASTLEFORD.

Return For Russell to Castleford Tigers

CASTLEFORD Tigers are very pleased to announce that Russell Gaunt will be returning to the club at the end of August as the club's new Sales and Marketing Director. Russell had a previous and very successful spell with the Tigers as Commercial Manager and is delighted to be returning to the club in this new post.

Immortals dinner a success

FRIDAY 23 of August 4:40pm, my body is over come with mixed feelings of anticipation and youthful joy. The Bulldog's verdict was due for announcement and I left work early to attend the Return 2 Kogarah Immortals Dinner and celebrate my daughter's birthday.

Trindall Suspended

THE Bulldogs have suspended Darrell Trindall from all further association with the Club following an incident last night. The matter is currently in police hands and no further comment will be issued.

Raiders hold out Bulldogs

THE Canberra Raiders have held out the Bulldogs to take out the match in the ACT.

Eels Perform Well at Home

A very interesting game, and one hard to pick beforehand, but the Eels have come away with the win by 19-6

Rooster peck Warriors into submission

THE Sydney Roosters have thrashed the New Zealand Warriors at the Aussie Stadium to lay down a challenge for the top 4 in beating the Warriors 44 - 0.

Player payments under NRL microscope

IN the wake of the Bulldogs salary cap scandal, NRL CEO, David Gallop has warned of tough new rules to ensure the players are actually being paid the amounts the clubs claim they are.

Panthers Secure Win at Gosford

GREAT atmosphere at North Power Stadium in Gosford however the home team couldn't quite secure the win, going down to the Panthers by 28 - 12

Tigers chew Storm to leave a mark on the top 8

THE Wests Tigers have defeated the Melbourne Storm at Leichhardt Oval. Both teams traded blows in the first half in an even contest that saw the Tigers go into half time leading 12 10.

The Night Belongs to the Knights

AN ideal start to Round 24 for the Newcastle Knights, who have soundly beaten the Brisbane Broncos 40-10.

Justice was harsh but fair

WITH the Bulldogs being fined $500,000.00 and educted 37 points after their salary cap breach, David Gallop has proven he is the man to have lead the NRL over the coming years with a harsh but fair penalty.

Bulldogs Fined and stripped of points

THE National Rugby League has resolved to issue the Bulldogs with a breach notice withdrawing 37 NRL competition points from its 2002 season tally and fining the club $500,000.

We have more to play for says Kearney

MELBOURNE is looking to consolidate a top eight position on the NRL ladder and Storm second-rower Stephen Kearney believes this weekends clash with Wests Tigers will defy both teams current standings on the table.

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