WITH Halifax due at the Jungle this Sunday, Castleford Tigers boss Graham Steadman is calling for Tigers fans to get behind his team as they embark on the run in to the season and the challenge to make the top-six play off's.
IN THIS WEEK?S EDITION OF BULLS EYE, COACH BRIAN NOBLE AND FORWARD BRIAN McDERMOTT LOOK AT FRIDAY?S SUPER LEAGUE VII ROUND 21 CLASH AT VALLEY PARADE WHEN THE BIGGEST DERBY IN RUGBY LEAGUE TAKES PLACE BETWEEN THE BULLS AND THE RHINOS.
PRYCE IS RIGHT FOR THE TIGERS
THE Parramatta Eels season continues to go from bad to worse after another loss this afternoon, this time to the Northern Eagles at Brookvale Oval, 19-10.
THE Wests Tigers have delivered a stunning footballing lesson to the South Sydney Rabbitohs thrashing them 50-4 at Aussie Stadium (SFS) today.
A strong wind and plenty of sunshine made an afternoon in Penrith very pleasant for the Warriors, who beat the Panthers 38-24
ST George Illawarra CEO, Peter Doust has released a statement claiming there was no substance to any biting allegations made against prop Luke Bailey in last Friday's NRL match against the Newcastle Knights.
SINCE the June 30 anti-tampering deadline passed, the St George Illawarra Dragons have secured just one new signature for 2003, that of Sharks lower grade halfback, Brett Firman. Conversely, the Dragons have seen a steady stream of players departing.
R2K interviews Kogarah Mayor Jim Taylor (pictured below)
THE Canterbury Bulldogs have showed plenty of ticker to comeback and win their 17th match in a row against a gallant North Queensland Cowboys outfit at Dairy Farmers Stadium tonight.
THE Sharks have scored a crucial victory over the Sydney City Roosters at Aussie Stadium this afternoon, leapfrogging their opponents into fifth spot after a see sawing encounter saw the lead change on several occasions.
PRESTON Campbell will be heading west next year to link up with his former coach, John Lang at the Panthers after rejecting an offer from Manly after learning his contract would not be enough to enable him to buy a property in the affluent Northern Beaches, whereas Penrith is much more affordable and gives him the opportunity to stake his claim for the halfback role in competiton with Craig Gower, who has been rumored to be keen to exercise his get out clause and join either the Bulldogs or the Roosters.
THE Brisbane Broncos have kept their minor premiership aspirations alive with a dominant performance over a lacklustre Melbourne Storm, 48-20 in front of a decent Saturday afternoon Olypic Park crowd of 10,308.
A good crowd of 17,621 at Energy Australia Stadium witnessed an absorbing game with the Newcastle Knights defeating the St George Illawarra Dragons 24-16. Its the first win in four games over the merged club.
THIS weekend's Newtown Jets matches: