League captain banned for two years

THE captain of a Gold Coast rugby league team has been banned from playing or coaching for two years after pleading guilty to handling a referee in an aggressive manner.

NSWRL Premier League : Round 13 results

ROUND 13 of the NSWRL Premier League competition saw the Dragons playing host to the Balmain side at Kogarah Jubilee Oval last Friday evening and beating them by 30-14 to remain in hot contention for top spot on the table.

NZRL Select Teams To Meet BARLA

FROM the Lion Foundation NJC that was run earlier this year, three composite representative teams have been selected to play against the touring Barla, Great Britain Young Lions Under 18 team throughout July 2003.

Wolf Mail

SIBBIT and Wood Selected for the 'A'

Both Halifax games are switched to Sunday's

WIGAN Warriors play Halifax twice in the Tetley's Super League in the month of August and both the game at the JJB Stadium and at The Shay have been pushed forward to the Sunday afternoons.

Both Halifax games are switched to Sunday's

WIGAN Warriors play Halifax twice in the Tetley's Super League in the month of August and both the game at the JJB Stadium and at The Shay have been pushed forward to the Sunday afternoons.

Round 18 - Teams and Fixtures

FRIDAY 11th July 2003

Campion retains captain's armband against Storm

NORTH Queensland coach Graham Murray has retained hardman Kevin Campion as skipper for this weekend's clash with Melbourne despite the return of Queensland centre Paul Bowman from a knee injury.

Three players to be suspended

ST George Illawarra's Michael Howell, the Bulldogs' Corey Hughes and Cronulla's Michael Sullivan will miss matches after being suspended by the National Rugby League judiciary.

Drew and Graham dropped for Dragons game

BRAD Drew and Phil Graham have been dumped from first grade after the Raiders lost their third match in succession to the Melbourne Storm on Sunday. Into the side come Michael Monaghan, Tyran Smith and Adam Mogg.

Eels sign Muspratt, McKinnon, lock-up Widders until end of 2004

PARRAMATTA has added another North Queensland player to its ranks for the next National Rugby League season.

Rabbitohs lose Merritt to Sharks

SOUTHS have failed in a last-ditch attempt to re-sign young winger Nathan Merritt, who will play for Cronulla until at least the end of 2005.

Hoppa gone for season

MANLY'S hopes of a finals berth have taken a battering with confirmation powerhouse winger John Hopoate will miss the rest of the National Rugby League season because of a broken ankle.

Cowboys re-sign Murray for another three years

NORTH Queensland coach Graham Murray has re-signed with the National Rugby League club until the end of 2006, further strengthening the Cowboys' hopes of being a genuine premiership contender.

Wests Tigers team to play the Sharks

RADISSON Maine Wests Tigers Head Coach, Tim Sheens has announced his team for the game against the Cronulla Sharks, on Sunday 13 July 2003 at Leichhardt Oval. Kick off is at 2.30pm.