Julian O'Neill Not Planning on Moving

FORMER rugby league bad boy Julian O'Neill says he is "content" playing in England, but hasn't ruled out a comeback to the National Rugby League.

Plans Being Made for 2008 World Cup

ENGLISHMAN Maurice Lindsay suggested a 2008 World Cup in Australia "could be the biggest event in rugby league history".

Queensland to gun for Bennett-Lockyer combination

MAROON officials are expected to go full steam ahead for a Wayne Bennett-Darren Lockyer Test coach-captain ticket at next month's Australian Rugby League board meeting.

Geraghty Cup still holds pride of place

ALL Brisbane rugby league clubs are rich in tradition with many trophies, shields and team photos a constant reminder of days gone by. Some are left to collect dust while others hold pride of place in clubrooms and bars. One of the Redcliffe Rugby League Football Club?s most treasured possessions is the Geraghty Cup, which is proudly displayed in the new million dollar Internationals bar in the Leagues club along with other memorabilia from the era.

Des remembers the "Chook Sheds?

THE days when Redcliffe Rugby League Club members and supporters would meet under the old showground ?chook sheds? hardly seems believable when one looks at today?s clubhouse.

Skolars E-zine

SKOLARS AIM TO TEACH UNI STUDENTS A LESSON

Salford Reds Pull out of Carlaw Signing

SUPER League club, Salford have pulled out of a deal to sign New Zealand Warriors centre John Carlaw. The City Reds had applied for a work permit for the Australian center and found space on their overseas quota to accommodate the 28-year-old.

Bulls Squad for Brian McDermott?s testimonial game v Castleford

JCT600 Extend Bulls Sponsorship

Look Out Broncos - The Cowgirls Are Back!

LONDON Broncos recently launched a major recruitment drive to select the new squad of "Cowgirls" set to wow crowds at Griffin Park in the new Tetley's Super League season. More than 150 girls enrolled for the initial auditions held at Cannons Health Club in Twickenham and 30 high kickers were recalled for a second audition. The final squad of 15 Cowgirls have now been selected and they are straight into rehearsals for the new routines for 2004. The Cowgirls will sport a hot new outfit which is to be unveiled at the Broncos official launch party on Monday the 9th February...Ouch! To catch a sneak preview of some of the new Cowgirls and their new uniforms, make sure you book your ticket for the official launch party on 0871 222 1132 or online at www.londonbroncos.co.uk. And for all those those Cowgirl enthusiasts out there, you'll be pleased to learn that detailed 'up close' profiles will soon be included in the new look Game On! Match Magazine as well as on the new look Broncos Website

Broncos And RFL Launch New Competition in West London

LONDON Broncos have today announced that The Ealing Cup will be a new competition for secondary schools in 2004.

St George and Tomohawks set to clash again

FOLLOWING the success of the 2003 `Joanne Mackay Helping Hand Cup', the Dragons All-Stars and the USA Tomahawks are likely to clash again in February at Oki Jubilee Stadium.

Men of League to play in curtain raiser

THE Men of League players and Cougar World Sevens international sides including Russia, France, Tonga and Samoa will be at Aussie Stadium at 11:00am today, Friday 23 January, in final preparation for this weekend's tournament.

Russian World Sevens squad and player profiles

RUSSIA have brought across 13 players for this years Cougar Rugby League World Sevens, naming a strong squad which will have a serious chance of winning the International Trophy up for grabs in the tournament.

Featherstone Rovers RLFC Management Reshuffle

Featherstone Rovers RLFC have today announced a reorganisation of their management structure that will see director Chris Beaumont taking on the role of Chief Executive at the club. Chris has been a board member for seven years and will take up his new role with immediate effect. "This is a great opportunity for me to increase my day to day involvement at the club and have a direct role in what promises to be a very exciting season for Featherstone Rovers." said Chris. "I first came here as a result of my work with Silk Cut, the sponsors of the Challenge Cup, back in 1985. My involvement and links with the club grew and grew and I am proud to be at the helm at a crucial time in our history." One of Chris's first duties will be to oversee the club coming out of the CVA it has been in since last year. "The news on this is extremely positive" said Chris. "There has been a lot of work going on to pull us through this period and, whilst there have been some false dawns, we are confident that we will be able to annouce us leaving administration in the very near future." The club is also looking to boost their playing register with the addition of an Australian forward. Chris commented, "He is primarily a back rower who can also operate quite comfortably in the standoff position. Negotiations are at an advanced stage and we hope that we will have him on board soon. " Not such good news surrounds club skipper Ian Tonks who suffered rib cartiledge damage in the recent friendly against Hull FC. Ian is expected to be sidelined for a month that will see him miss the start of the Challenge Cup and Arriva Cup ties against Dewsbury and Hull KR.

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