Dragons Culture and Attitude - opinion

WITH Saints running dead last after 4 rounds, leaking 38 points per match, the question I am being continually asked is ?what do you think is wrong with the Dragons?? and after much thought here is my two cents worth.

No Revenge Says Griffin

ANTHONY Griffin said he derived no extra pleasure from beating old club Souths Logan, as the new Redcliffe coach oversaw a 44-16 win against the Magpies at Dolphin Oval on Sunday.

Queensland Cup Round 4 Review

ANTHONY Griffin said he derived no extra pleasure from beating old club Souths Logan, as the new Redcliffe coach oversaw a 44-16 win against the Magpies at Dolphin Oval on Sunday.

Sydney Airport Jets blitz the Bulldogs in opening home game.

THE Sydney Airport Jets certainly made the most of their opening home game occasion at Henson Park on Saturday. Playing in front of a good sized crowd, Newtown won both matches as well as celebrating the opening of the stunningly-refurbished dressing rooms and the recommissioning of the famous top-deck Jet Set Lounge. The Jets comfortably defeated the Bulldogs by 42-20 in the VB Premier League main game, and showed plenty of courage in fighting back to beat Belrose by 40-32 in the Jim Beam Cup curtain-raiser.

Warrington 44 - Widness 12

A first-ever hat-trick from Jon Clarke helped ease the pressure on Warrington coach Paul Cullen with a 44-12 win that plunged rivals Widnes deeper into relegation trouble in the engage Super League.

Powergen Challenge Cup fifth round draw

POWERGEN Challenge Cup holders St Helens were handed a home tie against National League Two club York City Knights in the fifth round next month.

BARLA County Championship Yorkshire 28 Cumbria 14

YORKSHIRE 28 CUMBRIA 14

Monday?s Expert League Wrap

MONDAY?S Expert League Wrap Round 4, Round 4, 1-3 April 2005

Round 4 Charges

PARRAMATTA'S Daniel Wagon has been charged with a grade one dangerous throw following a tackle on Penrith prop Joel Clinton.

Rugby League Review April 2005 - Out Now!

THE April edition of Rugby League Review is out on Tuesday, April 5 at all newsagents. If you're a Rugby League fan, then you must get your hands on this wonderful publication. This is what's in store for this month's edition:

Webcke steps down from rep footy

VETERAN prop forward Shane Webcke today reluctantly announced his retirement from representative rugby league, citing a chronic knee injury as his only reason.

Round 4 Team of the Week

THIS week we've got a great Team - Well rounded in the backs with an excellent kicker, potent attack and great pace with two halves that are outstanding at the moment. Then there's the forward pack who are firing on all cylinders and a clever hooker to boot.

Manly roll hapless Warriors

THE New Zealand Warriors have sunk to a new all-time low as they submitted with little resistance to a resurgent and enthusiastic Manly Sea Eagles outfit at Ericsson Stadium. One has to wonder what on earth is going wrong at the Warriors this year, as the team some feared would have a huge impact on the season have been playing more like a misguided Barter Card Cup side, as well as being embroiled in off-field disputes culminating in the departure of Ali Lauiti?ti.

Melbourne storm home over hapless Eels

THE Melbourne Storm have put the hapless Parramatta Eels out of their misery after a 36-16 demolition job at a sunny Parramatta Stadium this afternoon.

Round Ten: Sharks Den Survivor

A promising foray into consistency came to a shuddering halt this week for Cronulla, who were accounted for with ease by the Roosters. Cronulla's effort was strong enough, however with their opponents near-impregnable defensive line the match was never going to be in doubt.

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