JERSEY FLEGG ?V- BALMAIN TIGERS
ROUND 15 17 JUNE 2005.
CANBERRA Raiders utility Matt Gafa has been given a pivotal role for Saturday night?s match against the North Queensland Cowboys at Canberra Stadium, selected to start at five-eighth.
NEWCASTLE Knights coach Michael Hagan has named his Round 16 first grade side to travel down to Sydney to take on the Penrith Panthers. Andrew Johns returns from injury to lead the side.
PARRAMATTA Eels coach Brian Smith has named his team to take on the Roosters at Aussie Stadium on Friday night.
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SYDNEY Roosters coach Ricky Stuart has named his team to take on the Eels at Aussie Stadium on Friday night.
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NORTH Queensland Cowboys coach Graham Murray has named his side to take on the struggling Raiders at Canberra Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
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THE Manly Sea Eagles NRL side for Sunday's blockbuster against the Bulldogs is:
YOUNG Mitsubishi Electric Bulldogs rookie forward Nate Myles will make his return from injury this Sunday against the Sea Eagles at Brookvale Oval. Myles made his debut for the Dogs in round 1 against the Dragons having forced his way into the full-time squad after an impressive pre-season.
AHEAD of this Sunday?s opportunity to equal the club?s record for successive wins, the Brisbane Broncos are set to welcome back star duo of Brent Tate and Brad Thorn for the away match against the New Zealand Warriors.
THE Real Rabbitohs are pleased to announce its team to play the Melbourne Storm in Round 16 of the 2005 Telstra Premiership this Saturday, June 25, kicking off at 7:30pm at Olympic Park.
MELBOURNE Storm coach Craig Bellamy has named a 19-man squad for this weekend's round 16 NRL Telstra Premiership clash against the South Sydney Rabbitohs. The Storm (7-7) takes on the Rabbitohs (3-1-10) at Olympic Park in Melbourne on Saturday, June 25th at 7:30pm.
ALL five players charged by the NRL judiciary have accepted early guilty pleas, with Brisbane to contest Neville Costigan's carry-over points in attempt to reduce his suspension.
IN a crushing blow to the Sharks, utility Greg Bird will miss the rest of the season with ligament damage to his foot. Scans yesterday confirmed that Bird had stripped the ligaments off the bone in Friday night's hard fought 16-10 win over the Sydney Roosters.
CRONULLA utility Greg Bird will learn if his NRL season is over today. He has been cleared of a broken foot but will visit a specialist to learn the full extent of ligament damage.
MELBOURNE Storm forward David Kidwell will decide today whether to fight a grapple tackle charge, facing a one-match ban for head-neck contact on Penrith prop Joel Clinton. He can escape suspension with an early guilty plea and so can Penrith utility back Brett Howland for a grade one dangerous throw.