ROUND 1 results 27th April 2003
JAMES Leuluai, one of the finest test centres in New Zealand rugby league, is relishing the prospect of assisting Daniel Anderson to coach the Kiwis against Australia this season.
IPSWICH coach Trevor Gilmeister has named his squad for Friday Night's round seven Qld Cup fixture agains Souths/Logan. The squad 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
Centre Graham Mackay will have a fitness test & if he passes will be included in the 17. The Qld Cup fixture kicks off at 7.30 on Friday night & with no lower grades being played the curtain raiser will be an Ipswich high school fixture between Bundamba Secondary College & Bremer High.
THE Australian Rugby League has unveiled a 12 match representative programme which will include matches in five countries over a six month schedule.
SYDNEY Bulls 40 (M Corrie 2, W Naiqama, J Asplet, E Paiyo, P Winterstein, S El Masri, N De Bartolo tries S El Masri 4 goals) def Erina 14 ( S Dawson, S Lyons tries J McNamara 3 goals) at Potts ParkThe Sydney Bulls claimed their third Central Coast scalp, in a convincing 40-14 win against Erina at the Greyhound club, Potts Park, on ANZAC Day. Standouts for the Bulls included Azzi, Corrie, Naiquama and El Masri.
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WIGAN Warriors have today had more bad news on the injury front as they prepare to face Bradford Bulls on Friday evening at the JJB Stadium.
WIGAN Warriors are set to welcome back a trio of players into the squad for Friday's Super League home game with Bradford Bulls at the JJB Stadium.
FORMER Wellington Lions rugby player Steve Skinnon has signed a one-year contract with National Rugby League club Sydney City Roosters.
CANTERBURY Bulldogs coach Steve Folkes is desperate for his charges to revive their ailing National Rugby League season tomorrow night against the New Zealand Warriors in Wellington.
LOOKS can be deceptive for New Zealand Warriors prop Jerry Seuseu.
NEWCASTLE has officially decided to appeal the one-match suspension of prop Josh Perry for raking the face of Wests Tigers centre Terry Hill.
FOUR players will miss this weekend's round of National Rugby League action after coming unstuck at the judiciary last night.
THE countdown is on for the naming of the Wests Tiger's team of the century tonight at a gala function at Sydney's Star City Casino.
BRISBANE Broncos captain Gorden Tallis has laughed at reports he earns almost $1 million a year out of rugby league.