Kiwis upset at Kumuls Withdrawal

NEW Zealand League officials are angry at the Papua New Guinea league team for pulling out of its upcoming tour here.

Hull KR Academy 21 - Hull FC Academy18

HULL KR ACADEMY 21 - HULL FC ACADEMY 18

Castleford Tigers Press Release

Castleford's Head Coach Graham Steadman has named a nineteen-man squad ahead of tonight's local derby with Leeds at Headingley, kick-off is at 8.00pm. The Tiger's squad is as follows: Jon Wells, Barrie Jon Mather, Darren Rogers, Danny Orr (capt), Mitch Healey, Nathan Sykes, Wayne Bartrim, Dean Sampson, Lee Harland, Dale Fritz, Ryan Hudson, Andy Johnson, Kyle Warren, Andy Lynch, Wayne Godwin, Waine Pryce, Michael Smith, Tommy Saxton and Adrian Rainey. Aussie pair Michael Eager (dislocated elbow) and Mark Lennon (leg muscle tissue damage) are missing due to respective injuries sustained in last week's London game in Brentford. Loose forward Ryan Hudson is back in contention after missing the last 2 games with an ankle injury and teenager Tommy Saxton is yet again named in the squad.

Back To Newtown Day At Henson Park Next Saturday

THE Annual Back To Newtown Day will be held at Henson Park next Saturday, July 20, when the Newtown Jets host the Balmain Tigers in the NSWRL First Division competition.

Tuqiri confirms move to Union

BRISBANE Broncos winger Lote Tuqiri this afternoon signed a deal with rugby union and will switch codes next season.

Gallop happy with weekends round of League

NATIONAL Rugby League boss David Gallop on Sunday night welcomed a desperately-needed shot in the arm for the code after a wonderful finale to round 18 of the premiership.

A few bans in the offing.

CRONULLA'S leap into good form could hit a snag at the National Rugby League judiciary this week with key forwards Phil Bailey and Karl Lovell both potentially facing lengthy suspensions.

Bennet Blames N.R.L if Lote switches.

BRISBANE coach Wayne Bennett believes the National Rugby League has to take responsibility if, as expected, Lote Tuqiri announces a switch of codes today.

Souths on a Roll

SOUTH Sydney continued their run of good form by beating West Tigers 38-24 at Leichhart Oval this afternoon.

Sharks ...Just

PARRAMATA could count themselves unlucky in their 24-25 loss to the Cronulla Sharks this afternoon.

Raiders cause National Boilover

THE Canberra Raiders have recorded a surprise victory over premiers, the Newcastle Knights with the Raiders running out 30-24 winners after leading 29-12 late in the second half.

Bulldogs hang on to win as Saints comeback

THE Canterbury Bulldogs have continued their winning streak after defeating a spirited St George Illawarra Dragons 28-26 at WIN Stadium today.

Storm outclass Roosters

MELBOURNE Storm made a mockery of the best defensive record in the premiership today, as it completely outclassed the Sydney Roosters 48-10 at Olympic Park.

Broncos outgun gutsy Panthers

THE Brisbane Broncos have won a hard fought match against a gutsy Penrith Panthers side tonight in front of 10,099 fans at Penrith Football Stadium on what was a very chilly Saturday evening.

Eagles swoop in North Queensland

THE Northern Eagles have defeated the North Queensland Cowboys 28-12 at Dairy Farmers Stadium tonight.

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