CRONULLA Sharks coach Stuart Raper has named his team to take on the Brisbane Broncos at Suncorp Stadium on Sunday at 3 pm.
This will be a huge game for halfback Brett Kimmorley who must take the opportunity to impress the NSW Origin selectors who are looking for a new halfback to replace the injured Craig Gower.
Coach Rapers team is;
THE National Rugby League are set to crack down on the controversial ?grapple tackle?, today warning clubs that they are unhappy with its use.
NEWCASTLE Knights coach Michael Hagan has named his side to take on the Parramatta Eels at home on Saturday night.
WESTS Tigers Head Coach, Tim Sheens has announced his squad for the game against the Storm, on Saturday 5th June 2004 at Olympic Park. Kick off is at 5.30pm.
MITSUBISHI Electric Bulldogs coach Steve Folkes has named an 18 man squad to meet the competition leaders, the Sydney Roosters, this Friday night at Telstra Stadium. Folkes has included all 17 players that played in the narrow loss to Penrith last week and has added Corey Hughes to the interchange.
PARRAMATTA Eels coach Brian Smiths task does not get any easier when his team takes on the Newcastle Knights at Energy Australia Stadium on Saturday evening.
The injury ravaged Eels will have to pull one out of the bag to get up for this one.
Coach Smiths team is;
FONE Zone Canberra Raiders coach Matthew Elliott has today named his side for this Sunday's round 13 away clash with the New Zealand Warriors.
THE United States Tomahawks side for this years Victory Cup tournament has been named. The USA side have named an 18 man squad for the tournament which will see them take on Ireland and Russia in the tournament in the hope of qualifying for the main Victory Cup Final.
WANT to get fit for 2004? Wanting to play in a park football style competition? Or just want to play League for the first time? Well the Pennant Hills-Cherrybrook Stags registrations for season 2004 are almost here.
THE Dragons will have a tough start to their World Sevens campaign?drawing the Bulldogs as their first opponents at 2.20pm on Sat, Jan 24. They?will also play?Storm (5.25pm, Sat) and Lebanon (11.25am, Sun Jan 25).
THE first provisional draw for the 2004 European Nations Cup and Tri-Series tournaments has been released, and whilst no venues have been announced, there is the indication that Australia and New Zealand will play their respective fixtures against each other downunder.
A Rugby League resurgence isn?t only happening in Britain and Australia for 2004, with Papua New Guinea seeing the return of many former clubs which have collapsed in recent years, launching come back campaigns.
THE PNGRFL has decided to reward its up and coming players in the Rugby League World Sevens later this month announcing that players will be selected from the two President XIII sides which took on the Junior Kangaroos in Darwin and Port Moresby last year.
THE Canberra Raiders are delighted to announce that former major sponsor, and long-time Club partner Canberra Milk are making a comeback on the Raiders uniform in 2004.
THE need to help Papua New Guinea reach the next level in competitiveness has received a huge boost with the Melbourne Storm and Brisbane Broncos uniting to form a pre-season tri-series between the two clubs and a PNG Select Side.