The State We're In

"PHIL in the Box"What the Rugby League radio commentator saw.

International route the only way forward

ONE week on, and we've had just about every conceivable opinion expressed on Great Britain's record defeat against Australia in Sydney.

Cowboys thrash woeful Raiders

THE North Queensland Cowboys have recorded a much deserved 34-18 victory over a woeful Canberra Raiders outfit in Townsville this evening.

NRL Ladder, Not all it Seems.

THE NRL premiership ladder is deceiving.

Warriors outclass Eels

THE New Zealand Warriors have put in a tremendous first half performance to outclass the Parramatta Eels 26-10 at Ericsson Stadium today.

Broncos Thrash Tigers

THE crowd at ANZ Stdium of just over 13,000 had great anticipation of the Broncos soundly defeating the Tigers, and they weren't disappointed, with the Broncos winning 46-14

Souths feel the Dragons Fire

A much anticipated game at Sydney Showground had the Dragons put on a fine performance against Souths, in front of a crowd of 15,219, coming out the victors by 48-10

Busy Week for Judiciary

CANBERRA second rower Tyran Smith could face a five-week enforced holiday after being charged with knee-dropping by the National Rugby League judiciary.

Warriors Show no Mercy.

THE New Zealand Warriors were back to their thrilling best as they launched a series of attacks to beat the Parramatta Eels 26-10 in a National Rugby League game at Ericsson Stadium yesterday. The Warriors wasted little time in stamping their authority on the match.

Warriors Searching For Thorn.

THE New Zealand Warriors are attempting to track down the mystery man of Southern Hemisphere football, Brad Thorn, and launch an audacious bid for his services next season.

Sharks crush Eagles in second half display

THE Cronulla Sharks have turned around an 18-nil half time deficit to crush the Northern Eagles 46-24 today.

Knights struggle to beat Panthers

THE Newcastle Knights have scored an unconvincing 38-22 victory over a determined Penrith Panthers side at Energy Australia Stadium this afternoon.

Ali Lauiti'iti Signs Till 2006

THE Warriors have extended the contract of star forward Ali Lauiti'iti.

Castleford Tigers Press Release

CASTLEFORD Tiger's Coach Graham Steadman has announced an unchanged nineteen-man squad ahead of tomorrow's Super League clash with Wigan Warriors, kick-off is 6.05pm at The Jungle. 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) miss out again. Graham Steadman said ahead of the game, "On the back of two good wins the Tiger's squad are in confident squad having performed well in the last five games. We've been playing with a good level of consistency and we're looking to maintain the level of performance to get a result tomorrow night against Wigan where we'll have to perform to our best potential." "I'm not disrespectful of any of the Wigan debutants who've come up from the Academy as they will all be quality footballers and will be out to make their mark in the game." Steadman added.

Bellamy pulls out of coaching race

BRISBANE Broncos assistant coach, Craig Bellamy, has been advised by his manager, John Fordham, to withdraw from the coaching position with the Wests Tigers as he certainly doesn't want leave a successful club like the Broncos to go to a farcical club like the Wests Tigers, who have played out this saga in the media and has made the club look extremely amatuerish.

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