POWERGEN Challenge Cup holders Bradford Bulls have announced that they have brought forward the kick off time for their game with London Broncos, on Sunday June 1st, to 3.00 pm.
WIGAN Warriors are to begin a Players Player of the Match Award after every home Tetley's Super League game at the JJB Stadium, starting this Friday against Halifax RLFC.
RUGBY League National League 3:
St Albans Centurions 28 Huddersfield Underbank Rangers 22.
FRIDAY 23rd May 2003
CANBERRA v NZ WARRIORS at Westpac Stadium, Wellington at 5.35pm.
CANBERRA forward Ruben Wiki has been cleared of a careless high tackle by the National Rugby League judiciary.
A sub-committee of the St George Illawarra Dragons Board decided today not to appeal against the NRL's decision to fine the club $10,000 yesterday.
PREMIER League captain Dean Byrne has been named as replacement for the injured Trent Barrett at five-eighth in this Sunday's match against the Rabbitohs at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
INTERNATIONAL five-eighth and Dragons captain Trent Barrett is not expected to play again this season after arthroscopic surgery on his troublesome right ankle today revealed deep ligament damage, requiring the ankle to be pinned.
ST George Illawarra captain Trent Barrett is expected to miss the rest of the National Rugby League season after surgery on his right ankle revealed deep ligament damage.
TWO changes to the Warriors starting line up for this Friday's NRL clash with the Raiders in Wellington.
MELBOURNE Storm has named star halfback Matt Orford in the side that will take on the Parramatta Eels this Saturday at Parramatta Stadium (5.30pm).
NRL boss David Gallop has thrown his support behind referee's coach Robert Finch and says the standard of officiating is better than ever despite another day of axings and unrest in the refereeing ranks.
WESTS Tigers forward Willie Manu will miss two National Rugby League matches after pleading guilty to a grade three careless high tackle charge.
KIWIS and Canberra Raiders veteran Ruben Wiki will fight a high tackle charge that could see him miss three weeks of National Rugby League (NRL) action, starting with Friday night's clash with the New Zealand Warriors in Wellington.
THE NZ Warriors are working hard to secure the majority of their player roster for 2004. With just over a month before anti-tampering restrictions come off on June 30, coach Daniel Anderson said the club had already sealed deals with two players.