FORMER Redcliffe lower grade coach Robert Campbell will officially become the new Ipswich Jets chief executive officer tomorrow.
LAST Friday?s Annual General Meeting of the Queensland Rugby League delivered several key indicators of the sport?s success in the preceding 12 months.
AUSTRALIAN skipper Darren Lockyer is defending the tour-ending clash with the Tomahawks, saying it was important that the rugby league minnows got to pit themselves against the code's heavyweights.
LEIGH Centurions have announced the capture of Papua New Guinea star John Wilshere.
THE Melbourne Storm star has been training with the Tetley's Super League outfit recently and hopes are high he will soon sign a permanent contract.
THE NRL Annual Conference has today agreed to the introduction of interchange referees over the first 5 weeks of the Telstra Premiership.
THE Rugby League Review Summer Special for 2004 has just hit the stands. Don't forget to grab your copy for just $3.50?you couldn't even get a bag of mixed lollies for that these days!
STEVE Price say he would like to lead the New Zealand Warriors but also reckons they couldn't find a better captain than Ruben Wiki.
AS the Kangaroos returned home from a highly successful Tri Nations tournament and exhibition game in Philadelphia, politics was again the special on the Rugby League menu.
SOUTH Sydney three-quarter Lee Hookey has announced his retirement at the tender age of 25, stating he has no desire to play any longer.
TALK of a rugby league draft has again resurfaced following a `talent equalisation' proposal by the NRL on the opening day of the league's annual conference in Sydney yesterday.
BRAD Thorn will return to the Brisbane Broncos after Christmas after some doubts over when the three-time premiership winning forward would rejoin the club for pre-season training.
LEAGUE'S most hotly debated rule, ball-stripping, will be thrashed out at the NRL's annual conference in Sydney starting tomorrow.
REDCLIFFE?S Pete Delaivuna will represent Fiji A this Saturday, as the Battle of the Islands rages at western Sydney?s Melita Stadium.
THE Sydney Roosters showed why they are favourites to win this year's premiership with a convincing 38-12 victory over the Canberra Raiders this afternoon at Aussie Stadium.