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THE Sydney Roosters have travelled over the Tasman and come home victorious after defeating the Warriors 38-12 at Mt Smart Stadium this afternoon.
THE Penrith Panthers have thrashed the New Zealand Warriors 46-22 at CUA Stadium this afternoon.
WIGAN Warriors today confirm the signing of Parramatta Eels hooker, Mark Riddell, on a three year deal.
WIGAN Warriors can confirm that the scheduled home engage Super League fixture with Huddersfield Giants on Friday 6th June 2008 has now been postponed due to work on the JJB Stadium pitch.
THE Wigan Club are pleased to announce that Great Britain international forward Gareth Hock has signed a further one year extension to his current contract
THE Wigan Club has continued its policy of rewarding home grown talent by giving extended contracts to rising stars Sam Tomkins and Mark Flanagan.
THE New Zealand Warriors have held the Canberra Raiders out at a wet and empty Mt Smart Stadium today, taking the match 14-6 in atrocious conditions.
GLOUCESTERSHIRE Warriors open their home campaign in the 2008 Co-operative Rugby League Conference Midlands Premier division with a tasty looking encounter with Nottingham Outlaws.
THE New Zealand Warriors want to arrest a recent trend and be fast out of the blocks on Sunday when they defend their unbeaten home record in the NRL.
WIGAN Rugby League Club announces that Head Coach, Brian Noble, has agreed a new deal which will keep him at the JJB Stadium for the foreseeable future.
WIGAN Warriors can today confirm that their fifth round Carnegie Challenge Cup fixture against Whitehaven...
THE injury-hit New Zealand Warriors are down to the bare minimum with just 17 fit players to choose from for Sunday's NRL match against Canberra in Auckland.
GOLD Coast Titans have this afternoon created history for the club, defeating the Vodafone Warriors at Skilled Park by 36-24, and in doing so now have won 5 consecutive games, never before achieved by the Titans
COACH Ivan Cleary sees greater mental strength as the key to overturning the New Zealand Warriors' poor away form this NRL this season.
THIS week's Bulls Eye talks to Bradford coach Steve McNamara and hooker Terry Newton about Sunday's Super League clash with the Wigan Warriors.