Country wins a tough one in Gosford

THE folk at Gosford tonight were treated to a hard but entertaining match as the Country team defeated the City side by 22-18.

Vowles leads the way

CAPTAIN Adrian Vowles led the Toowoomba Clydesdales back into the winners circle yesterday, with a hard fought 32-26 win over traditional rivals the Ipswich Jets. Despite their best efforts, Ipswich were unable to win back the Bulimba Cup Memorial Trophy in front of a healthy home crowd.

Queensland Stateside RL- Review

QUEENSLAND CUP Results: Wynnum 30 d Redcliffe 28, Easts 86 d Brothers Valleys 0, North Queensland 22 drew Burleigh 22, Norths 60 d Souths Logan 14, Tweed Heads 30 d Central 22, Toowoomba 32 d Ipswich 26. Standings: Toowoomba 18, Burleigh 18, Wynnum 17, Easts 16, Norths 16, North Queensland 15, Redcliffe 14, Central 10, Tweed Heads 10, Ipswich 5, Souths Logan 4, Brothers Valleys 1.

See you on the sidelines, Jerry

WARRIORS forward Jerry Seu Seu is set to be out for an extended period after being charged three separate times by the National Rugby League judiciary this afternoon. player of the year awards, round 13

PARRAMATTA?S Nathan Hindmarsh has bolted into second position in this year?s player awards following an outstanding display last Saturday against the Knights. Hindmarsh?s three point performance sees him on 16 points, right behind Sharks? skipper Brett Kimmorley, who remains on 17 points.

Hill focused on Bunnies after Origin exclusion

MELBOURNE Storm five-eighth Scott Hill remains upbeat heading into this week?s match against the South Sydney Rabbitohs, despite being overlooked for the NSW State of Origin side today.

Dead men walking

YOU may have seen the movie, but this is real life and the Raiders are dead men walking at the moment.

SportOdds weekend wrap (Round 13)

MONDAY, June 7th, 2004

Timmins to miss Dragons' clash with Panthers

DRAGONS pair Mark Gasnier and Shaun Timmins have been cleared of any serious injury following the side?s loss to North Queensland on Saturday night.

Round Thirteen: Sharks Den Survivor

FOR Cronulla fans, 2004 only gets better. Continuing a hot streak, the Sharks put on a very strong display to down the Broncos on their home paddock. Brisbane got off to a great start, leaving most Sharks fans in a state of shock, until a war of attrition wore down the Queenslanders. Some razzle dazzle attacking football saw Cronulla streak away with victory.

NZ Bartercard Cup - Round 4

A split round this weekend for Round 4 of New Zealand's Bartercard Cup competition sees Wai-Coa-Bay Stallions, Canterbury Bulls, Central Falcons, Glenora Bears, Eastern Tornadoes and Wellington all watching from the sidelines.

Noble named Great Britain coach

BRADFORD Bulls coach Brian Noble has been named as Great Britain's new coach. He takes over from Australian David Waite on a part-time basis but will remain in charge of the reigning Super League and World Club champions.

A big day for the Jets on Saturday

REMINDER for Saturday, May 8: VB Premier League Newtown v North Sydney, Henson Park, 3.00pm Second Leg of the 2004 Frank Hyde Cup series The legendary Frank Hyde himself will be in attendance. Jim Beam Cup Newtown plays away to Ryde-Eastwood Saturday, May 8, Leichhardt Oval, 2.30 pm kick-off. Royston Jaftha, a young man who plays with our fraternal club, the UTS Jets RLFC, suffered an appalling head injury in a recent Student Rugby League match and is fighting for his life in Liverpool Hospital. The UTS Jets are holding a fund-raising Charity Comedy Night for Royston at the Agincourt Hotel, corner of Broadway and Harris Streets this Saturday, 8th May, at 8.00pm. It is $40 per person for a really good cause. Naturally everyone at Newtown sends good wishes to Royston and his family. Two more Jets are heading west this weekend to assist our other fraternal club the Parkes Spacemen in Group 11 in the Country Rugby League. 120kg front-rower Thomas Motuapuaka and hard-working backrower Dane Scott will turn out with the Spacemen this Sunday against the Manildra Rhinos. This player loan system is working very well for the benefit of both clubs, and we'll keep you posted as to how our boys go. Paul Shiels, the dynamic President of the Junior Jets JRLFC assures me that all the Junior Jets teams are off to a great start in this year's South Sydney Juniors competitions. The Junior Jets are the fastest growing junior club in Australian Rugby League, and the success of this young club is a terrific credit to all the volunteer officials who have put this amazing organisation together. See you all at Henson Park on Saturday afternoon!

Bull's Eye

IN this week's Bulls Eye, Brian Noble and Jamie Peacock look at Sunday's Round 10 game at Odsal when the Tigers come to face the Bulls still looking for their first victory of the season.

Wolf mail - team named to face Leeds

HEAD Coach Paul Cullen has named an 18-man side to face Leeds Rhinos tomorrow night:

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