THE Sydney Roosters team to take on the Wests Tigers this Sunday been announced, and is completely different to that which beat the Cowboys last week.
FORMER Brisbane Bronco rookie Nathan Friend will make his Storm debut this Sunday when Melbourne takes on the Bulldogs at Olympic Park (3pm).
RADISSON Maine Wests Tigers Head Coach, Tim Sheens has announced his team for the game against the Sydney Roosters, on Sunday 22 June 2003 at Campbelltown Sports Stadium. Kick off is at 2.30pm.
CRONULLA has named a former child prodigy to take over from injured captain Brett Kimmorley for Saturday's National Rugby League clash with Manly.
SECOND rower Justin Smith returns to the Allight South Sydney Rabbitohs this Saturday night for the Round 15 clash against the St George Illawarra Dragons.
FRIDAY 20th June 2003
NIGEL Vagana's days with the Bulldogs may not be numbered, with the National Rugby League (NRL) prepared to renegotiate a new contract with the Kiwis centre.
VODAFONE Warriors head coach Daniel Anderson has elevated prop forward Richard Villasanti to his starting line-up for this Sunday?s game against the Raiders at Ericsson.
DRAGONS skipper Lance Thompson and hooker Mark Riddell have been cleared of serious injury and have been named to play against the Rabbitohs at WIN Stadium on Saturday night.
JOHN Lang has been allowed the luxury of a full strength Panthers team for this weekends game against the Newcastle Knights.
IN the absence of the club?s six State of Origin stars, the Newcastle Knights will this week name their eighth debutante of season 2003 for their clash with the third placed Panthers.
CANBERRA flyer Phil Graham has signed a new three-year contract with the National Rugby League club, heading off speculation he would be joining the Brisbane Broncos.
NORTH Queensland forward Chris Muckert will be the only player to front the National Rugby League judiciary tomorrow night after pleading not guilty to a dangerous throw.
MANLY will meet with John Hopoate and his manager Wayne Beavis tomorrow to decide on a punishment for the wayward winger.
SOUTH Sydney have signed the youngest of the MacDougall brothers for the remainder of the National Rugby League season. Luke MacDougall, the brother of Knights winger Adam and Manly centre Ben, played seven games in first grade with Cronulla last season.