TOOWOOMBA and Ipswich will sweat on appeals this Friday, heading into round three of the Queensland Cup rugby league season.
SEVEN nations represented in a week long gala:
TONY Rea is vehemently opposed to any suggestion that Sunday's rescheduled game at Griffin Park is 'unfair' to supporters.
IT only took three rounds, but Cronulla have finally posted a win on the competition table. Last night's game was a messy affair, punctuated by moments of brilliance.
THE Panthers turned their match with the Warriors into a one-sided affair as they came out on top with a 42-22 thrashing at Ericsson Stadium.
IN a scrappy game against Manly, Cronulla showed patches of brilliance amid a quagmire of errors. Nevertheless, some players were outstanding for the Sharks and others continue to prove their critics wrong.
RAIDERS hooker Brad Drew has given the Canberra side a dramatic 19-18 victory over the Cowboys with a 28 metre field goal at Dairy Farmers Stadium on last night.
THE Cronulla Sharks have beaten the Manly Sea Eagles 28-20 in a scrappy match at Toyota Park.
ST George Bank Dragons half back, Brett Firman has been stretchered off with a suspected broken leg while playing Premier League against the Newtown Jets at Henson Park this afternoon.
THE South Sydney District Rugby League Football Club staged their 96th Annual General Meeting today at South Sydney Leagues Club. Issues such as where home games will be played, money owed to players who have left the club, sponsorship agreements and other issues related to the running of the football club were brought up in the meeting.
MELBOURNE Storm half back Matt Orford has inspired his side to a comprehensive 34-6 victory over St George Illawarra Dragons at Olympic Park this afternoon.
KNIGHTS halfback Andrew Johns' 2004 season is in doubt following a leg injury in tonight's 38-34 loss against the Eels at Parramatta Stadium.
DARREN Lockyer starred and staked a claim on the Australian number 6 jersey today as the Brisbane Broncos beat the Wests Tigers 32-24 in a battle of attrition in hot and humid conditions at Campbelltown Stadium today.
BULLDOGS Chairman George Peponis has come out today after an interview with the NRL and commented on that the Bulldogs will be increasing security at both home and away games that involve the Bulldogs.
FANS from the Canterbury Bulldogs broke out into fights with members of the crowd last night due to frustration over their shock defeat against the Sydney Roosters losing 35-0.