Johns Not Travelling To Brisbane With Blues

NSW captain Andrew Johns is in serious doubt for Wednesday night's third State of Origin rugby league match after a dose of flu worsened on Saturday night.

ESL-Week 18 -Roundup

WOLVES 50 Broncos 8 Warrington Wolves moved back into the top six of Tetley's Super League with a comprehensive 50-8 thrashing of London at Wilderspool on Sunday, ending the Broncos' six-game unbeaten run in style. The home side were in command throughout on a wonderful afternoon, scoring eight tries and producing a near-faultless display, inspired by stand off Lee Briers.

Raiders youngster added to report list

CANBERRA forward Ben Cross was charged after officials looked at extra video footage of his tackle on St George Illawarra hooker Mark Riddell.

Sheppard re-signs for two years

NORTH Queensland half Chris Sheppard has re-signed with the National Rugby League club for a further two years.

Big Mal In A Spot Of Bother

FORMER league star Mal Meninga faces a police inquiry after allegedly assaulting a man accused of harassing him in a Canberra bar late last month.

Round 18 - NRL wrap

FRIDAY night footy saw an under strengthed Broncos outfit getting thrashed 40-4 by Canterbury at Suncorp. While Brisbane were without a bag full of Origin stars, there's nothing that can be taken away from the the Bulldogs who seem to going from strength to strength.

P.J Marsh Out For Season

WARRIORS hooker , P.J Marsh has been told by medical specialists that his season , and possibly , his career is over.

Battle-Weary Storm Assess Injury

AFTER last week?s bruising encounter with the North Queensland Cowboys, Melbourne Storm will lick its wounds this week and attempt to overcome injury as it prepares to take on the Brisbane Broncos at Olympic Park this Sunday.

Raiders concerned over Davico and Hindmarsh

CANBERRA forwards Ian Hindmarsh and Luke Davico are in doubt for Saturday night's National Rugby League clash with Wests Tigers. The pair missed yesterday's one-point victory over St George Illawarra at Kogarah, with second-rower HINDMARSH battling a calf injury and prop Davico struggling to overcome a hand problem.

Round 18 judiciary charges

BRISBANE utility Casey McGuire is in danger of missing Sunday's top eight clash with the Melbourne Storm after being charged with a careless high tackle by the National Rugby League judiciary.

Panthers at the top

PENRITH Panthers are at the top of the NRL table with the 30-24 win over Souths on saturday night im really happy. Go The Panthers!!!

Jones clocks up milestones

THE NZ Warriors' Stacey Jones reached a personal milestone in Saturday night's 20 to 12 win by his team over the Manly Sea Eagles.

Blacklock's ear lobe has 'no case to answer'

THE National Rugby League has indicated that Dragons winger Nathan Blacklock has no case to answer in regards to photos published in Sydney's Sunday Telegraph last weekend.

Olympic Sharks Circling Kogarah

THE Olympic Sharks are set to abandon Shark Park for the 2003/2004 NSL season and have made an ambitious bid to relocate to Jubilee Oval. It is understood that the perennial nomads of the NSL competition have made a formal application to the St.George Leagues Club for the use of the venue. While a decision on the application is imminent, the appropriateness of having Olympic based at Kogarah needs to be investigated. In recent times Olympic have played at a variety of grounds such as Barton Park, Leichhardt Oval, Belmore Oval and Shark Park. While playing out of Kogarah may be beneficial for Olympic, there is no guarantee that Olympic is willing to commit long-term to the St.George district and contribute to the maintenance and improvement of Jubilee Oval.

Wests Tigers thrash Sharks at Leichhardt

THE West Tigers have thrashed the Cronulla Sharks by 44-12 at Leichhardt Oval this afternoon.

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