NORTHS coach Wayne Treleaven joked he was trying to keep star back Greg Inglis secret from onlooker Craig Bellamy after the Melbourne Storm?s big 36-16 loss to Penrith on Friday.
A dominant first-half display from Warrington gave them a narrow 35-32 win after Bradford launched a second-half comeback in round nine of the engage Super League.
WARRINGTON Wolves V Bradford Bulls
HULL moved into third place in the engage Super League following a 32-28 win with a performance that offered more hope to ailing Widnes than John Kear?s title-chasing side.
THE Huddersfield Giants full back Paul Reilly has been granted a testimonial year beginning 1st January 2006 to mark his ten years loyal service to the Giants.
FLYING winger Marcus Bai scorched in for a hat-trick of tries in the final 17 minutes as engage Super League leaders Leeds Rhinos roared back to form by defeating London Broncos 64-6.
A few seasons ago, we experimented with the idea of the Sharks Den Mailbag, which at the time received an overwhelming response. We asked you to send in your thoughts, comments and questions and then put the most entertaining of those up onto the website.
ROUND 5, 8-10 April 2005
Melbourne?s Matt Orford and Canberra?s Clinton Schifcofske still head the leader board in this year?s Leagueunlimited.com Awards. The two form players of the competition remain in equal first place on seven points.
FOUR players have raised the ire of the judiciary this week, with New Zealand's Monty Betham heading the list with a grade three dangerous throw charge. The Kiwis back-rower faces an eight-week suspension for his spear tackle on Wests Tiger's prop Todd Payten.
PANTHERS' forwards Joe Galuvao and Tony Puletua will undergo MRI scans today in order to determine the extent of the injuries they suffered in Friday night's victory over Melbourne.
Rabbitohs 37 v Knights 12
BRONCOS 54 v EELS 14
RAIDERS 24 v ROOSTERS 16
FIVE weeks in, and Cronulla finally hit their straps. Twenty minutes in and the Sharks had barely seen the ball, but after soaking up almost everything the Cowboys could throw at them, the floodgates opened and they came back with thirty eight unanswered points.
TWO of the biggest names in Rugby League are dusting off the boots one more time to help raise funds for former South Queensland, Gold Coast and Parramatta forward Brett Horsnell who has been diagnosed with cancer.