FIJI A was started last year at the Wollongong 7's. The Fiji A is a development based Fiji side utilising the best up and coming talent from Fijian players based in Australia. Fiji A are trying to develop the players in a view to them representing the Fiji Bati in the upcoming World Cup 2008.
THE first leg of the 2005 Frank Hyde Shield series will be played on Saturday evening (February 12), when the Sydney Airport Jets and North Sydney square off at Henson Park at 6.00pm.
FANS arriving at Odsal for the opening game of Super League X can look forward to a ?New? Bulls Experience. For Super League X the Bulls have revamped their Gameday experience and have several new features for Sunday?s game
ON the eve of London Broncos first Super League game of the season, six of Tony Rea?s men have offered their lonesome hearts for one lucky Valentine at Griffin Park next Sunday.
HULL have ruled high-profile signing Stephen Kearney out of their side to play champions Leeds Rhinos in the opening engage Super League match at the KC Stadium.
WIGAN today confirmed that they have terminated Luke Davico's contract with the club due to injury. Luke damaged his pectoral muscle in the pre-season friendly at Salford last month.
KIWI backrower David Fa'alogo has re-signed with the South Sydney Rabbitohs for a further two years.
KOGARAH Councillors are expected to grant approval on Monday evening to the Development Application (DA) for the installation of permanent tiered seating to the northern and southern ends of Oki Jubilee Stadium and the replacement of the existing bench seating.
THREE old hands and a 20-year-old new chum hold the key to Parramatta's much publicised halves dilemma in 2005.
THE Mitsubishi Electric Bulldogs flew back into Sydney yesterday after their World Club Challenge match in the UK.
ST.GEORGE-ILLAWARRA'S foundation co-captain Mark Coyne has thrown his weight behind the final push to have Oki Jubilee Stadium's lights installed.
THE Sea Eagles players today head to training with a new game to test.
WITH Wednesday marking the beginning of the Chinese New Year, hopefully the Year of the Rooster will be one to remember come this October.
BRETT Howland is out for eight weeks following an operation for a groin injury.
PAPUA New Guinea Test player Ricky Sibiya has been drafted in to the Broncos line-up for their first Season 2005 trial match, in Bundaberg on Saturday (February 12).