Redcliffe Dolphins News

THE Dolphins only have one team playing this weekend and that's Ian Graham's A Grade game who play Burleigh at Bishop Park Sunday at 3.00. This game was deffered due to the Divisional championships that were on two weeks when the other grades clashed. This top of the table clash will also determine the winner of the Chairmans Trophy. This match also sees the debut of Tertiary League player Lucas Diernan for the Club. Welcome aboard Lucas. The A Grade side is 1. Luke Tonion 2. Chris Guimelli 3. Chris Fox 4. Nick Emmett 5. Lucas Diernan 6. Matt Dawson 7. Matt Anderton 8. James Ingram 9. Nathan Black 10. Quin Smith 11. Matt Gruszka 12. Dan Jones 13. Gerard Parle Interchange 14. Peter Delaivuna 15. Liam Tallon 16. Allan Hughes 17. Chris Jelich

Dolphins Three Named in Residents Side

THE Redcliffe Dolphins have had Shane Perry, Ryan Cullen and Jamie Russo named in the Queensland Residents side to play New South Wales in the Curtain Raiser to Origin Three at Suncorp Stadium. Unfortunately for the Club it means we will be without the services of the talented trio for the all important Bayside battle with Wynnum next weekend. Also named in the Queensland side is former Dolphin Junior and Development Squad Member Leigh Coghill who is now playing for Easts Tigers. Former Dolphins both now with Burleigh Trent Purdon and Trent Leis tried hard for a well beaten Country outfit.

City Have Big Win

CITY has defied the form guide to beat Country for the second successive year, providing a massive 58-16 upset at Kougari Oval.

Mixwell Cup Romp

THE inaugural clash between representative sides from the Mixwell Cup and Toyota Outback has ended in a 70-0 victory to the city-slickers at Kougari Oval.

Queensland Residents 2005

QUEENSLAND Residents selectors have placed faith in the healing abilities of Adam Hayden, picking the star five-eighth despite him not playing in yesterday's City Country match.

Dragons Premier League Give Wests The Slip

THE St George Illawarra Premier League side has battled abominable conditions and a gutsy Wests Magpies outfit to down the visitors 20-10 at a rain soaked Oki Jubilee Stadium today.

Roosters Premier League fall short in brave fightback

THE Sydney Roosters' Premier League side has gone down bravely, 18-12, to the classy Parramatta Eels in attrocious conditions at Aussie Stadium tonight.

Raiders dish out capital punishment to tackle-shy Jets

THE Sydney Airport Jets paid the price for poor starts in both of their competition matches on the weekend. Newtown faltered badly in the opening fifteen minutes of the VB Premier League match against the Canberra Raiders at Canberra Stadium on Saturday, conceding three early tries and eventually going down to the Raiders by 28-12. In the Jim Beam Cup match played at Belrose on Friday evening, Newtown made a horror start and trailed by 24-0 at half-time, ultimately losing to the Belrose Eagles by 30-4.

Lewis Hat-Trick helps Bulls to Victory

THE Bridgend Blue Bulls and Aberavon Fighting Irish served up a 14 try thriller with Bulls wing Geraint Lewis claiming a second half hat-trick including a 60 metre run along the touchline. Paul Morgan opened the scoring with a terrific chip and chase before his fellow centre Neil Dixon dived over under the posts, Jon Williams converting to give the home team an early 10-0 lead.

Monday?s Expert Players Awards - Round 16

LEAGUE Wrap: Round 16, 24-26 June 2005 The Player Awards sees Cowboys full back Matt Bowen still in front on 19 points. Dragons utility Ben Hornby is still holding second position on 17 points but is under pressure to hold his spot with the Dragons getting the bye next round and reports indicating that the injured Hornby may be sidelined in the coming weeks.

Results from this weekend's Challenge Cup matches

RESULTS this weekend from the Chalenge Cup in the weekend saw the Wigan Warriors suffer a huge loss at the hands of Leeds Rhinos...

Bailey signs with Gold Coast

NEW NRL club Gold Coast has announced Australian and NSW prop Luke Bailey as its second signing for the 2007 season.

Firman rides into Cowboy town

CURRENT Roosters halfback Brett Firman has left the Sydney-based club for the tropics of North Queensland for the remainder of the National Rugby League season and the ensuing two years.

Round 16 charges

SYDNEY Roosters centre Ryan Cross is facing a possible lengthy ban after his contrary conduct charge over an alleged eye gouge incident was referred straight to the NRL judiciary today.

Melbourne Storm turns 200

MELBOURNE Storm will play its 200th game in the NRL this weekend against the Bulldogs at the Sydney Showgrounds. The match, scheduled for a 5:30pm kick-off on Saturday afternoon, will mark a significant milestone for the club formed in 1998.

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