Bulls Eye

IN Bulls Eye this week, Brian Noble and Paul Anderson, look at Sunday's Tetley's Super League Round 17 clash at Belle Vue against Wakefield Trinity Wildcats.

Tony Puletua and Joe Galuvao Knocking On Selectors Door

GARY Freeman believes Penrith pair Tony Puletua and Joe Galuvao are must selections as New Zealand sets about posting a rare test win over the Kangaroos on Australian soil.

David Waite Names Squads For Forthcoming Tour

GREAT Britain coach David Waite has named his initial, 28-man squad for the Ashes Series in the Autumn, while the England A squad has also been named for their representative games. The Lions will meet Australia on consecutive Saturday's in November at Wigan, Hull and Huddersfield, and tickets for the Test Series go on sale on Monday morning.

Wanted : 1 Standoff

FINDING a halves partner for Stacey Jones is the most pressing concern for new Kiwis rugby league coach Daniel Anderson three weeks out from his maiden test in charge against world champions Australia.

The Russians Are Coming

RUSSIA'S national rugby league team are to make a five-match tour of the South Island in April 2004, culminating with a match against the South Island in Christchurch on Anzac Day.

Bulls Eye

IN Bulls Eye this week, Brian Noble and Paul Anderson, look at Sunday's Tetley's Super League Round 17 clash at Belle Vue against Wakefield Trinity Wildcats.

Super League Friday - Review

ST Helens continued their good run of form with a 32-18 defeat of Widnes Vikings at Knowsley Road on Friday night. They had not conceded tries in defeating Halifax and Bradford in the past fortnight, and continued their impressive defensive work to set the platform for this victory.

Freddy celebrates his 300th by giving a hiding to Souths

THE Sydney Roosters have demolished the South Sydney Rabbitohs by 38-10 here tonight at Aussie Stadium.

Warriors Sign Top Goal Kicker

VODAFONE Warriors' chief executive officer Mick Watson today announced the signing of 25 year-old London Broncos' goal-kicking centre Tony Martin on a three year deal, through to the end of 2006.

Souths player movements continue

MORE player movements continue to rumble at South Sydney with the Rabbitohs negotiating with Willie Manu from the Tigers and the signing of Ben Reynolds from the Panthers. Reynolds is the understudy to Craig Gower while current halfback Willie Peters is rumoured to be heading back to the U.K after what can only be classed as an unsuccessful stint in the NRL.

The Bulldogs signal their return

THE Canterbury Bulldogs achieved a comprehensive 48-14 victory over the Newcastle Knights at Telstra Stadium.

Panthers keep Sharks scoreless

THE Penrith Panthers have continued their outstanding form with a 20-0 drubbing of the Sharks at Toyota Park to move into equal first place with the Brisbane Broncos after 17 rounds.

Cowboys end their 4 game losing streak

THE Cowboys finally end their 4 game losing streak with a fine win over the NZ Warriors by 30-10.

Apathy could derail the Raiders season

THE Canberra Raiders season is on the verge of being derailed after suffering their third successive loss today with a meek capitulation to the Melbourne Storm.

Parra torpedo Manly in second half display

THE Parramatta Eels have defeated Manly Sea Eagles 27-16 following a tremendous second half display at Parramatta Stadium today.

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