Forum Sevens: Tribal Mentality of Rugby League Supporters

I was never brought up with sports at a young age. We migrated into Australia when I was 11 back in 1975, the year the Roosters won back to back premierships. My father was an astute businessman running the family business, my mom didn?t know the difference between Beetson & Beetroot, my sister was still figuring how the world works at a tender age of 2.

Forum Sevens: The Truth Behind A Legend

WAS it the possibility of a New South Welshman rivalling Allan Langer as the premier halfback in Rugby League?

Forum Sevens: Life begins at 30

SCOTT Sattler must be the most popular man in the retirement home. I can only guess that he bought himself a supercharged walking stick- how could the old man have caught Rooster?s winger Todd Byrne in one of the great grand-final tackles on Sunday? He even got a chance to flash his new dentures- the Panther geriatric couldn?t wipe the smile off his face when his boys defeated Grandpa Fittler?s men.

Joe Galuvao Ups The Ante At Penrith

KIWI second rower Joe Galuvao is pushing for an upgraded deal at National Rugby League (NRL) premiers Penrith, an early indication the club may struggle to hold their champion team.

Kogarah Cougars Online

THE Kogarah Cougars, who compete in the St.George Junior League, have launched their own website as they prepare for the 2004 season.

Post Mortem- New Zealand Warriors

AFTER the success of 2002, you?d think that Warriors fans might be vaguely disappointed at falling one step short of another grand-final appearance in 2003. But in truth, after a patchy season, most Warriors fans are delighted about the way the team finished the season.

Paul Rauhihi - Cowboy Of The Year

PAUL Rauhihi took out the Toyota Cowboys top award of Townsville Bulletin North Queensland Toyota Cowboy of the Year 2003 at the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys annual presentation ball on Friday evening. It was then time to party as the club celebrated it finest season yet.

Joe Galuvao Ups The Ante At Penrith

KIWI second rower Joe Galuvao is pushing for an upgraded deal at National Rugby League (NRL) premiers Penrith, an early indication the club may struggle to hold their champion team.

Kogarah Cougars Online

THE Kogarah Cougars, who compete in the St.George Junior League, have launched their own website as they prepare for the 2004 season.

Post Mortem- New Zealand Warriors

AFTER the success of 2002, you?d think that Warriors fans might be vaguely disappointed at falling one step short of another grand-final appearance in 2003. But in truth, after a patchy season, most Warriors fans are delighted about the way the team finished the season.

Australian side named

THE Australian team for the test against New Zealand this Saturday night has been named. It is a much different looking team this year with some fresh faces replacing the injured and retiring players who are not available for this tour.

New Zealand A Prepared For Torrid Time

MT Albert captain Steve Buckingham is prepared for a punishing but rewarding schedule when the New Zealand A league squad leave today for a five-match tour of Britain.

Petition to bring back the Australian Warrama

IT has taken the sport of Rugby League a number of years now, but finally we are discovering that sometimes the best way to move forward is to bring back parts of the past. The re-introduction of the Kangaroo tours, is just one of the parts of international Rugby League which the code so sorely missed, and based upon ticket sales in Britain, the fans of the sport are really getting behind it again.

Kiwi Team Named

KIWIS coach Daniel Anderson has named his 17 for next week's test against Australia

Withdrawls hit BARLA Squad

GREAT Britain Amateurs Selection Festival At Leigh Miners Rangers ARLFC Saturday 18th October 2003 BARLA v Student Rugby League, 1.00 p.m. Combined Services v Four Nations Select, 2.30 p.m.

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