NRL Chief Executive Officer David Gallop heads the list of speakers who will be involved with the annual QRL Southern Kookaburras Footy Facts Seminar Series 2005 this weekend.
THE Cronulla Sharks have named a strong team to take on the North Queensland Cowboys next weekend at the Mackay Showgrounds in Mackay starting at 7pm.
Coach Rapers team is;
PAUL Cummings today advised the Board of the Manly Sea Eagles of his intention to resign as Executive Director to enable him to concentrate on his position as Chairman of the Manly Warringah Leagues Club Limited.
THE Parramatta National Rugby League Club is pleased to announce that Pirtek Fluid Systems Pty Ltd has agreed to become the Club's Naming Rights Corporate Partner for the next three years.
ST Helens held off a strong challenge from new-look Widnes to open their Engage Super League campaign with victory in the Knowsley Road mud on Friday night.
WITH just two players over the age of 30 years, London Broncos are fielding one of the youngest teams in Super League, and certainly one of the youngest the capital club has ever seen.
WIGAN captain Andy Farrell may have played his last game for the club and lie on the brink of agreeing a cross-code move to rugby union, but the Warriors still managed to kick off their Engage Super League X campaign with victory against spirited Salford.
NEWLY-CROWNED world champions Leeds Rhinos brushed off the mud at the KC Stadium to make a successful start to the defence of their Engage Super League crown.
THE Wolves have named their initial squad for the opening round of Super League X this weekend at Griffin Park against the London Broncos.
LEEDS Rhinos kick off another ESL season safe in the knowledge that as the undisputed best team in the world, its going to take a super human effort to knock them off their perch as ESL champions.
LAST week saw the London Skolars run out for the first professional outing against hometown neighbours the London Broncos in a fiercely fought match right down to the wire, a drop goal separated the two sides.
TONY Rea has announced a 20-man squad for Sunday's opening game of the season which contains ten of the eleven new players signed for the 2005 campaign.
IN this the first Bulls Eye of the season, Brian Noble and Joe Vagana look ahead to Sunday's opening Engage Super League game of the season at Odsal when Wakefield Trinity are the visitors.
ENGLAND'S rugby union authorities are reportedly planning an audacious move to persuade two of the country's biggest rugby league stars to switch codes in time for the 2007 World Cup.
KIWI backrower David Fa'alogo has re-signed with the South Sydney Rabbitohs for a further two years.