THE mental health of Bears supporters was the greatest concern for Burleigh coach Rick Stone after the Gold Coast club staged its third come-from-behind victory in a row.
SAINTS V Bulls
Great Britain international Lee Gilmour is looking forward to locking horns with his old club when St Helens take on Bradford Bulls in engage Super League on Monday.
BULLDOGS 36 v WESTS TIGERS 37
CANBERRA Raiders halfback Lincoln Withers has been named to play against his old club the St George Illawarra Dragons on Saturday night, despite having facial scans this afternoon.
THE combined total for their two games last year against Wests reads 78-0, but two of the Roosters? standout performers in 2005 say they are expecting a torrid affair on Sunday afternoon against the in-formTigers at Aussie Stadium.
Round 3, 25-27 March 2005
PARRAMATTA coach Brian Smith will be welcoming back his fullback Wade McKinnon for Friday nights
showdown with the Penrith Panthers at Parramatta Stadium.
Coach Smiths full line-up is;
RABBITOHS 18 v RAIDERS 25
SEA EAGLES 25 v STORM 18
WARRIORS 22 v COWBOYS 32
DRAGONS captain Trent Barrett will make his 2005 season debut this weekend when he returns from injury for the Dragons clash with the Raiders at Canberra Stadium.
NEWCASTLE Knights coach Michael Hagan has named his side to travel up to Dairy Farmers Stadium to face the in form Cowboys on Saturday night at 7.30 pm.
WESTS Tigers Head Coach, Tim Sheens has announced his squad for the Wests Tigers v Roosters Game at Aussie Stadium, kick off at 3.00pm.
MELBOURNE Storm will honour two of rugby league's all-time greats before it battles the Brisbane Broncos at Olympic Park on Saturday, Storm chief executive Brian Waldron announced today.
IT took an inept performance from the Eels (and their 'champion team on paper') to put Cronulla back into the winner's circle this weekend. There were a few shaky moments, but ultimately some trademark brilliance from Brett Kimmorley got us home in the end.