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NEW Zealand Rugby League has today named the NZ Residents Premiers team for 2011.
A clean sweep proved elusive for the NZ Residents 18s when they played their second match against the Australian Secondary Schools Rugby League (ASSRL) team this afternoon at Bruce Pulman Park.
NRL grand finalists Krisnan Inu and Elijah Taylor plus North Queensland winger Kalifa Faifai Loa have today been called into the Kiwis' touring squad for their one-off Test against the Kangaroos and the 2011 Four Nations in England.
NEW Zealand Rugby League is pleased to announce that Henry Perenara and Shane Rehm have been appointed as match officials for the Four Nations tournament.
TWO NZRL Match Officials have been appointed to the upcoming Kiwis vs Cook Islands test match in Rarotonga on October 6.
RESULTS FOR NATIONAL COMPETITION - ROUND ONE 2011
AFTER a week of exciting competition, the sun was shining on Papakura and the excellent facilities at Bruce Pulman Park were ready for a blockbuster finals day and the football didn't disappoint.
OTARA Leisure Centre was the venue for the NZ Secondary School Rugby League Nationals on Thursday night.
A host of Kiwis, NRL players and representatives of NRL clubs will join sixteen schools at the 2011 National Secondary Schools Tournament.
A host of Kiwis, NRL players and representatives of NRL clubs will join sixteen schools at the 2011 National Secondary Schools Rugby League tournament to be held at Bruce Pulman Park next week.
FOLLOWING a very successful residential camp and trial matches held in Rotorua in late July, the train on squads for the NZ Residents 16s and 18s have been named.
NZR Residents Announce coaching staff and trial games.
NEW Zealand Rugby League has announced that the Kiwis will play the Cook Islands in Rarotonga on Friday October 7 in the lead up to their Four Nations title defence.
NEW Zealand Rugby League Chief Executive Jim Doyle today announced that Sash Stosic has been appointed to the position of Football Operations Manager.
MELBOURNE winger Matthew Duffie will be the only debutant in the Kiwis' line-up for Friday night's Anzac Test against the Kangaroos at Skilled Park in Robina.