Gould remains Blues coach

PHIL Gould is to stay on as coach of the NSW State of Origin rugby league team after deciding not to quit. Gould's decision was revealed after a meeting with NSW Rugby League chairman Colin Love today.

Gould to make decision on Origin future this week

NEW South Wales coach Phil Gould says he expects to make a decision on his rugby league State of Origin future later this week.

Tickets For S.O.O On Sale Next Week

TICKETS for Public Seating for the Harvey Norman State of Origin Series at Suncorp Stadium on 11 June and 16 July will go on sale through Ticketek and its Agencies next Wednesday 23 April.

Gould still in limbo as Murray waits in the wings

PHIL Gould is expected to meet with New South Wales Rugby League chairman Colin Love today as he looks to settle his future with the Blues.

Gould to make decision in 48 hours

PHIL Gould has met with the editor of the Daily Telegraph to discuss his problems with some of the newspaper's reporters that have caused him to consider his future as NSW State of Origin coach.

Bradford through to Challenge Cup final

BRADFORD has overcome a determined Wigan 36-22 to set up an all-Yorkshire challenge rugby league cup final against Leeds at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday week.

Another Injury Blow As Robinson Is Sidelined

WIGAN Warriors injury situation goes from bad to worse, the latest addition to the casualty list is Academy International Luke Robinson who has broken his hand and will require surgery and will be out for upto six weeks. The youngster picked up the injury in Sunday's Semi Final against Bradford and an x-ray has confirmed the bad news.

Scholars Earn International Call Up

WIGAN Warriors are pleased to announce that six of the clubs Scholarship players have been selected for the England Under 15's schools team which plays Wales this Good Friday with a 12 Noon kick off in Aberavon.

Round 5 charges

THE Brisbane Broncos could be without forwards Andrew Gee and Petero Civoniceva for Friday night's game against the Sydney Roosters after both were charged with careless high tackles by the National Rugby League judiciary today.

Fitzgibbon Signs For Three Years

THE Sydney Roosters have re-signed Craig Fitzgibbon for a further three seasons which will see the star backrower based at Bondi until 2006.

Harrigan out with calf injury

THE National Rugby League's leading referee Bill Harrigan has withdrawn from the match between Manly and Melbourne on Sunday because of a calf muscle strain.

Round 6 Teams

FRIDAY 18th April 2003SYDNEY ROOSTERS v BRISBANE at Aussie Stadium at 7.35pm

Ericsson Stadium Is Now Warriors Stadium

AN emergency meeting of the Auckland Regional Council (ARC) yesterday decided to raise a loan for a $23 million upgrade of Ericsson Stadium, home of the New Zealand Warriors rugby league team.

Anasta likely to miss clash with Dragons

BULLDOGS five-eighth Braith Anasta is a doubtful starter for Saturday night's NRL clash with St George Illawarra at Telstra Stadium.

Kaufusi Sparks Inter Club Uproar

A PLAYER driven out of Australia by the Department of Immigration after he overstayed his visa has now sparked a major row between two of the NRL's proudest clubs.

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