THIS was it....
I had finally reached the point....
others had hit it before me....
others were still to realise it but that was it for me....
THE recent Tri-nations tournament between Australia, New Zealand and Great Britain has provided sports fans with some great, close matches played in stadiums with large crowds. Last Sunday morning?s upset win by the Lions in a fantastic test match has provided enough encouragement for British fans to snap up almost all the remaining tickets for the series final in Leeds in two weeks time.
LAST chance to enter for the Coca Cola 9's prizemoney for the winning team is AUS$4000.00.
BALMAIN Referees Association are holding a Level 1 Referees Course in January / February 2005.
SKOLARS? first run-out of the season with a large contingent of new faces saw them hold out for the final 20 minutes of the game to record a victory at Blackrock RFC defeating the Bulls by 20-18
With the Bulls? side camped on the line for most of the last quarter, it was a performance that will have pleased the coaching duo Marcus Tobin and Alex Smits.
WITH the Carnegie World Club Challenge less than two weeks away, over 28,000 tickets have now been sold for the clash between Super League Champions Leeds Rhinos and NRL Premiers Canterbury Bulldogs.
LONDON Broncos have answered a call from Leeds Rhinos, agreeing to play the Super League Champions in a friendly ahead of their World Club Challenge clash with Canterbury Bulldogs.
WAKEFIELD pair Rob Spicer and Duncan Macgillivray will miss the start of the new season after being told they require surgery.
Spicer has suffered a recurrence of a hip injury and is expected to be out of action until April.
NEW Zealand recruits Stephen Kearney and Motu Tony are out of Hull FC's KC Stadium friendly against York City Knights on Wednesday.
THE 2004 World Champions, Bradford Bulls, have today suspended the former Castleford player, Ryan Hudson, for disciplinary reasons.
THE Brisbane Broncos today announced Q.L.D. Group (Queensland Land Development) as the club?s sleeve sponsor for the next three seasons.
GORDEN Tallis has declared the Queensland State of Origin fullback spot the hottest contested position in rugby league in 2005, with Broncos young gun Karmichael Hunt likely to join the race.
ALMOST two years since his career looked to have come to an end PJ Marsh will return to rugby league in a trial game for the Parramatta Eels on February 5.
PARRAMATTA Eels Head Coach Brian Smith has today named the team to play the Sharks in a trial match in Lismore on Saturday 5 February 2005.
THE first of four prize signatures was ticked off the Penrith retention roster when Luke Lewis agreed to a three-year deal until the end of 2008.