THE Sydney Airport Jets might have scored some of the best tries of the game, but the Rabbitohs took the spoils in last Saturday's NSW Premier League match played at Henson Park.
THE Pratten Park Magpies, representing Western Suburbs veterans who played at the famous Ashfield ground, are having a reunion lunch at Wests Ashfield Leagues Club on Saturday and will be coming to Henson Park for the Newtown-Wests Premier League clash that afternoon.
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FORMER Leeds captain Garry Schofield says the Rhinos should sack jailed duo Ryan Bailey and Chev Walker.
Bailey and Walker were sent to young offenders' institutions on Tuesday following their part in a city centre brawl last July.
BRADFORD Bulls charged to the top of Tetley's Rugby Super League with a 60-6 win over London Broncos in their rearranged clash at Griffin Park on Wednesday night, with Leon Pryce bagging four tries.
The Bulls jump above Leeds on points difference following the 11-try rout of a London side who were playing their fourth game in 12 days and looked a tired outfit at times.
THREE rugby league players, one of them an established international, have been jailed for their part in a fight outside a Leeds night club.
WIGAN Warriors have parted company with coach Stuart Raper with immediate effect, with Mike Gregory taking over the reigns at The JJB Stadium until the end of the season.
Raper had announced last week that he will leave The JJB Stadium at the end of the season to return to Australia with his family.
IN this week's Bulls Eye, Brian Noble looks ahead to Wednesday's rearranged Teteley's Super League Round 8 game in London between the Broncos and the Bulls.
MELBOURNE Storm skipper Stephen Kearney believes the New Zealand Warriors have pinpointed this Saturday?s National Rugby League clash at Ericsson Stadium as a must win before embarking on a torrid run home to the finals.
CLASSY St George Illawarra centre Mark Gasnier revealed he was extremely tempted by an offer from English glamour club Wigan before deciding to re-sign with the Dragons.
CANBERRA Raiders warhorse Ruben Wiki will join a select band of Kiwis tomorrow by toting up 200 National Rugby League (NRL) appearances.
CRONULLA'S board on Wednesday declared its support for coach Chris Anderson and his strategy to improve its National Rugby League team.
KEY Dragons trio Shaun Timmins, Mark Gasnier and Lance Thompson pledged their loyalty and commitment to the club today, announcing they have re-signed for three years.
FOR the second year straight, Canterbury Bulldogs five-eighth Braith Anasta has taken out league's least desired award - the most over-rated player.
THE Dragons have thrown their support behind struggling workers in the Illawarra area who have recently lost their jobs by offering 500 free reserved grandstand tickets to this Sunday's Telstra Premiership clash with the Panthers at WIN Stadium.