IT took a patient display by last year?s grand finalists Ipswich to finally break the ABC Television hoodoo for home teams after 11 rounds of the Queensland Cup, when the Jets posted a 42-26 win over Easts at Bendigo Bank Oval. Tigers fullback Wade Liddell opened the scoring but a dart from dummy half by Ipswich hooker Jamie Tomlinson levelled the scores at 6 all after 15 minutes.
ROOSTER Shannon Hegarty has won a belated call-up to Queensland's Origin team following the almost comical withdrawal of first choice winger Robbie O'Davis today.
QUEENSLAND'S State of Origin team is in a shambles with selectors ruling out one player less than an hour after naming the side for game one against NSW.
THE shocks continue in this year's State of Origin series without a ball yet kicked. Canberra fullback Clinton Schifcofske is a shock omission from the State side to play NSW in Brisbane on June 11.
THERE are some huge shocks in the New South Wales rugby league team named today for State of Origin I against Queensland at Suncorp Stadium on June 11.
THE 2004 Powergen Challenge Cup Final will be held at The Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, on Saturday 15 May, returning to Wales following the success of this year's event.
The showpiece game was held in Wales for the first time when Bradford Bulls met Leeds Rhinos a month ago, and was seen as a resounding success.
BRADFORD 12-22 London Broncos
HULL Kingston Rovers 23 - Oldham Roughyeds 10
ST George Illawarra winger Amos Roberts will most likely join team mate Trent Barrett on the sidelines after x-rays today revealed a fracture in his right shoulder.
MELBOURNE Storm?s undefeated run at Olympic Park came to a grinding holt today when it fell to the Sydney Roosters 20-27.
ROUND 12 began with the Raiders and the Sharks knocking each other senseless last Friday night. But despite scoring 3 tries to 2, the Sharks totally blew it and handed the match to Raiders. The win ended a 10 year hoodoo for Canberra at Toyota Park and have now grabbed back the number one spot on the ladder.
QUEENSLAND rugby league selectors face an nervous wait this morning, with both Justin Hodges and Tonie Carroll placed on report yesterday.
BRISBANE Broncos utility and Queensland Origin selection Tonie Carroll has been charged with a grade one dangerous throw by the National Rugby League.
MELBOURNE Storm prop Robbie Kearns has labelled his selection for the NSW State of Origin side today as one of the greatest highlights of his career.
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