Kiwis still in the Hunt

IN a bold move, the New Zealand Rugby League has written a letter to Brisbane coach Wayne Bennett seeking an audience with rising star Karmichael Hunt regarding his international future.

Do or die for Newtown this weekend

FRIDAY, August 27 NSWRL Jim Beam Cup Sydney Airport Jets v Woy Woy Henson Park 7.00 pm Free Admission This is the Jim Beam Cup team's final match for the year. Saturday, August 28 NSWRL VB Premier League Sydney Airport Jets play away to the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks Toyota Park 5.30 pm (Curtain-raiser to the Sharks v Storm NRL match).

Finals time for NZ's Bartercard Cup

IT started with 12 teams back on April the 16th, now we are down to the top five teams in 2004. On Saturday the defending champions Canterbury Bulls take on North Harbour Tigers, in a do or die match with the loser being eliminated.

Two more youngsters pledge their future to the club

WIGAN can today announce that youngsters, Liam Colbon and Chris Melling, have both signed new two year contracts with the club.

Jim Dymock announces retirement

LONDON Broncos captain Jim Dymock has today announced that he will retire from playing at the end of the season.

Lam set to retire

WIGAN Warriors halfback Adrian Lam has confirmed that he will retire as a player, at the end of the current Tetley?s Rugby Super League season.

Bulls Eye

IN this week's edition of Bulls Eye, Brian Noble and Iestyn Harris look ahead to Monday's Round 25 Tetley's Super League game when the Bulls travel to the KC Stadium to take on HullFC still smarting from their big defeat at Headibgly. BRIAN NOBLE

Billy Smith signed books available at Kogarah

IF you're looking for that perfect Father's Day gift, then come along to Kogarah on Sunday (August 29) and meet Billy Smith. The St George legend will be autographing his book, "A Saint from Head to Toe" before and after the Dragons v Manly game at St George Leagues Club.

NRL FORM GUIDE - ROUND 25

TELSTRA PREMIERSHIP: Round 25 (Teams subject to change) 27 August ? 29 August 2004: AEST Fri 7:30: BULLDOGS v KNIGHTS Sat 5:30: RABBITOHS v BRONCOS Sat 7:30: EELS V PANTHERS Sat 7:30: SHARKS v STORM Sun 12:00 (AEST), 2:00 (NZ): WARRIORS v ROOSTERS Sun 2:30: DRAGONS v SEA EAGLES Sun 3:00: TIGERS V COWBOYS FOR SCORE UPDATES, CLICK ON THE LINKS=>

Bulldogs slam Knights 52-6

THE Bulldogs impressed to defeat the Newcastle Knights by 52 to 6 at Telstra Stadium to end Newcastle?s finals chances for the first time since 1996.

Presto performs as Penrith ends Parra's season

AN inspirational performance from Penrith five-eighth Preston Campbell has seen the Panthers defeat the Eels 30-20 at Parrammatta Stadium tonight. The result effectively ends Parramatta's 2004 campaign.

Betham stepping aside as Warriors captain in 2005

VODAFONE Warriors captain Monty Betham today announced he would step down from the role after the club?s last match of the 2004 NRL season against the Bulldogs.

Dragons win in miracle comeback

THE St George Illawarra Dragons have completed a remarkable comeback, defeating the Manly Sea Eagles 36-34 at Oki Jubilee this afternoon.

Sharks unable to withstand Storm

THE Melbourne Storm have travelled to Toyota Park tonight, running out 36-28 winners, all but ending the Cronulla Sharks' season for 2004.

Cleary and Campion returning to the Warriors

THE Vodafone Warriors have announced the former NRL veterans, Ivan Cleary and Kevin Campion will return to Ericsson Stadium to join the coaching staff for the 2005 season.

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