SELECTORS have named their teams to take part in the annual City v Country Origin clash to be played at Lismore on May 6.
GREY Lynn park, and the Richmond Bulldogs took on the Bay Roskill Vikings in round 5 of the Mad Butcher Fox Memorial Grading Round.
FINE and warm at Auckland's Ericcson today where current Bartercard Cup holders, Mt Albert, took on the Otahuhu/Ellerslie franchise in the curtain raiser to the Warriors Penrith clash.
BARTERCARD CUP COMPETITION ? ROUND 3 RESULTS
GREY Lynn Park, Marist Richmond and North Harbour and game absolutely on. The Tigers, top of the table, the Brothers at number six.
WIGAN coach Denis Betts admitted his side were missing an experienced figurehead to lead the team after they scraped a narrow 23-22 engage Super League win over determined Widnes at the JJB Stadium.
IAN Millward could barely conceal his delight after St Helens pilfered the points with a last-gasp 31-30 derby victory against Warrington at Knowsley Road.
LEIGH 40 Wakefield 18 - Centurions net priceless victory
LEEDS coach Tony Smith paid tribute to his former club Huddersfield after they made the engage Super League leaders fight all the way for the points in an entertaining clash at Headingley.
DOMIC boost for Wakefield
CRONULLA have continued their dazzling start to season 2005, notching up another victory over the highly fancied Melbourne Storm. As happens so often these days, halfback Brett Kimmorley played all over his rival half, Matt Orford, almost single-handedly ensuring Cronulla would take home the win.
Tigers 32 v Dragons 40
LEAGUE Wrap: Round 8, 29-30 April, 1 May 2005
Knights 10 v Raiders 14
Warriors 14 v Panthers 16