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The June issue of RUGBY LEAGUE REVIEW is out on Tuesday, June 6 at all good newsagents for $3.50. Here?s what?s in store for league fans in this edition:
Bellamy to remain with Storm
Melbourne Storm coach Craig Bellamy is expected to agree to a two-year contract extension. Contracted until the end of 2007, the lucrative new deal would keep Bellamy in Melbourne at least until the end of the 2009 season.
At the mid-point of the season, the NRL ladder is starting to take a definite shape, and there are some intriguing points to note in comparison with the ladder at the same time last season.
Newcastle have been the biggest improvers since the corresponding time last year. Find out who has improved and who has slipped in 2006.
South Sydney heading for unwanted record
South Sydney's 12th consecutive loss is the club?s worst start since losing all 14 matches during the 1946 season. The club lost 22 matches in a row from 1945 until the second game of the 1947 season when the Bunnies defeated newcomers Parramatta 35-22.
Willie back to his brilliant best
For a 26 year-old, Willie Mason has had his fair share of ups and downs. Debuting for the Bulldogs in 2000 against Penrith the versatile forward has taken the road less travelled. He was soon recognised as possessing a powerful running game and good offload, making a solid impact from the bench for Canterbury each week.
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