TICKETS for the only Sydney game of this year's State of Origin rugby league series go on sale to season ticket holders on Monday and the general public on Wednesday.
IPSWICH coach Trevor Gillmeister has named an eighteen man squad for the Jets trip to Townsville to play the Young Guns at Dairy Farmers Stadium. The side is:
1. T. Van Balen
2. J. O'Doherty
3. S. Williams
4. D. Robinson
5. S. West
6. B. Lindsay
7. R. Bird
8. J. Mathiou(c)
9. J. Tomlinson
Referee: Lindsay Luck
The match will kick off at 5.30 P.M. as curtain raiser to the Cowboys Vs Storm NRL match.
THE second half of the split Round 2 is due to be played over this weekend, April 26th/27th.
THE draw for Round 3 of the NSWRL Premier League is as follows:
SYDNEY Bulls v Erina EaglesFriday 25th April 20033:00pmPotts Park Premiership favourites Sydney Bulls tackle the Erina Eagles on ANZAC day at home, and after suffering two consecutive defeats will be out for a win and to regain form. Erina had a week off last week due to the cancellation of their Round 4 encounter due to conditions at Erina Oval. Mono's tip: Sydney Bulls
WIGAN'S injury list has worsened following the Good Friday win over St.Helens with Ricky Bibey out with a broken bone in his back, Mark Roberts with a dead leg and Mark Smith with a shoulder problem.
UNDERDOGS St George Illawarra Dragons have withstood a second half comeback from the Sydney Roosters to win 24-20 at Aussie Stadium today.
A very even game at Parramatta Stadium, but the visiting Bronco side managed to scrape in the win by 20 - 14.
MELBOURNE Storm captain Stephen Kearney believes the club will put the events of this week behind them following the departure of centre Aaron Moule on Tuesday.
BULLDOGS halfback Brent Sherwin has been ruled out of tomorrow nights crucial clash with the Canberra Raiders after succumbing to corks in both legs.
THE North Queensland Cowboys have proven too strong for the Melbourne Storm running out winners 32-12 at Dairy Farmers Stadium tonight.
THE Raiders have silenced their critics in beating the Bulldogs 26-22 in a match that twisted and turned right to the very end.
MANLY have scraped their way to a 28-20 win against the South Sydney Rabbitohs in todays clash at Brookvale oval.
A vocal crowd of 15,732 in Auckland on a Sunday afternoon saw their team do it tough against the Penrith Panthers, finally going down by 28 - 14.
THE Newcastle Knights have easily accounted for the West Tigers 34-6 at Energy Australia Stadium tonight.