Newtown RLFC is 97 years old on Saturday, January 8, 2005.

THE Newtown RLFC, Australia?s first Rugby League football club and proud to be sponsored by the Sydney Airport Corporation and the Petersham RSL Club, is 97 years old on Saturday, January 8, 2005.

Malta draws Group D in Orara Valley Sevens

ORARA Valley Axemen rugby league club have released the draw for the upcoming Sevens tournament to be held at the Coramba Sportsground in Coffs Harbour on Australia?s east coast in two weeks.

Gold Coast Dolphins looking at 2007

THE NRL have been in secret negotiations with the Gold Coast Dolphins consortium as their bid for entry into the NRL starts to gain some much needed momentum with the NRL, ARL and News Limited all showing bi-partisan support for the bid.

Light Up Jubilee

A Development Application (DA) has been lodged with Kogarah Council for the installation of permanent lighting at Kogarah's Oki Jubilee Stadium. The lighting upgrade is fully funded as $8 million was allocated to Oki Jubilee Stadium following the re-election of the Coalition Government. The installation of permanent lighting will prove beneficial for the sporting and community events that are currently staged at the site and will ensure that Oki Jubilee Stadium remains competitive with other sporting venues going forward.

Sonny Bill Williams is hot property

THE great game of rugby league could be only months away from the biggest bidding war in its history with Bulldogs back rower Sonny Bill Williams ready to test his value on the open market.

Wigan transfer games to protect pitch at JJB Stadium

TO protect the JJB Stadium pitch for the rest of the football season and the start of Super League X, which is now just over a month away, it has been decided that the proposed pre-season games between Wigan Warriors and Salford City Reds and Wigan Warriors and London Broncos will now take place at alternative venues

Kearney likes what he sees at Hull

HULL coach John Kear is confident his side can match the might of Leeds and Bradford following the signing of Kiwi duo Stephen Kearney and Motu Tony. "When we first joined Super League we were here to participate," said Kear.

Leigh add beef to pack with Moore signing

LEIGH Centurions have continued their charge into Super League X with the announcement they have signed Bradford Bulls? prop forward Richard Moore.

Kear Names First Squad as Head Coach

HULL FC head coach John Kear has named a nineteen man squad ahead of Sunday?s derby clash against local rivals Hull KR at the KC Stadium, the big kick-off is at 3.15pm.

Lions lose Perpetual Trophy

AUSTRALIAN Aboriginals 50 v 24 BARLA Great Britain Lions TEST MATCH Kitchener Oval, Gunnedah Country, NSW

Bulldogs heavy artillery blows away the Sydney Airport Jets

THE seriously understrength Sydney Airport Jets led the star-studded Bulldogs VB Premier League team 28-26 with only ten minutes left to play in Sunday?s match at the Sydney Showground, but were torn apart in those final minutes as the Dogs piled on four tries to claim a 48-28 win.

Wigan confirm Luke Davico

THE Wigan club has confirmed the signing of Aussie Prop Forward Luke Davico.

Bulls to support players

WORLD Champions Bradford Bulls have today pledged to support the players called before the disciplinary committee following yesterday?s game against Wakefield Trinity.

De Vere and Carlaw return for Knights clash

MICHAEL De Vere and Dane Carlaw have come straight back into the Brisbane starting side for this weekend?s clash with the Newcastle Knights at Energy Australia Stadium.

Storm unchanged for Tigers clash

IN the build up to the Storm?s clash with the Wests Tigers this Saturday night, Melbourne coach Craig Bellamy has resisted the urge to change his side following last week?s seven-point loss to the Bulldogs.

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