Rhinos back to their best in 2005

LEEDS head coach Tony Smith believes his side?s display in the 66-8 demolition of Widnes saw the Rhinos at their best for the first time this season in the Engage Super League.

Saints perform well against the Giants

ST Helens coach Ian Millward was a relieved man after his side battled bravely to record a hard-fought 34-24 Engage Super League victory against Huddersfield at Knowsley Road.

Leigh 6 Salford 32

SUPER League newcomers Leigh are still looking for their first win of the season after being handed another harsh lesson on life in the top flight with a 32-6 home defeat to Salford.

Hull impressive in their victory over Warrington

HULL coach John Kear was delighted with his side's 32-10 win over Warrington in their Engage Super League encounter after fighting off the spirited visitors.

Bradford finally nail a thrilling victory over the Warriors

BRADFORD coach Brian Noble paid tribute to the character of his players after they fought back from 27-12 down to snatch a thrilling 28-27 victory over Wigan at the JJB Stadium.

Hill to hold talks with Sea Eagles

VETERAN centre Terry Hill will meet with Manly management this week over his immediate future with the Sea Eagles.

Villasanti neck scans return negative damage

WARRIORS prop forward Richard Villasanti is expected to be fit for the NRL club's round 1 premiership opener against Manly after initial scans cleared him of a neck injury.

Hill impressive in Sea Eagles trial against the Dragons

TERRY Hill, in his 2nd outing for the Sea Eagles, bagged a hat-trick of tries in a blistering 16-minute period to ensure his new club Manly triumphed 26-16 in an NRL trial against St George Illawarra at Albion Park.

Johns come through with flying colours

NEWCASTLE Knights halfback Andrew Johns made a successful return from a knee injury at Gosford Stadium.

Lockyer leads the way against the Raiders

AN outstanding performance from skipper Darren Lockyer has guided Brisbane to a come-from-behind 26-20 win over Canberra in their second pre-season trial clash at Toowoomba's Clive Berghofer.

Positives for Warriors from Sunday's trial

FULLBACK Brent Webb and left winger Francis Meli each bagged three-try treats as the Vodafone Warriors put 11 tries on the New Zealand President?s Selection at North Harbour Stadium today.

Rugby League Review March 2005

THIS month's issue of Rugby League Review hits the news stands on Tuesday, March 1 2005. Here's what's in store for readers in this edition?

Roosters - Panthers - Trial report

THE Roosters went down to the Penrith Panthers by 34 points to 12 earlier tonight in their second and final pre-season trial of 2005.

Storm play catch-up and deal to Cowboys

MELBOURNE scored 24 unanswered points in the second half to hammer North Queensland 30-18 in an NRL trial at Barlow Park in Cairns.

Dogs destroy Rabbitohs

CENTRE Willie Tonga scored a hat-trick of trys as NRL premiers registered their first win of the year.

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