Lion Foundation NJC Round 4 Fixtures / Competition Standings

LION FOUNDATION NJC ROUND 4 FIXTURES Foundation Cup 16's Satruday 27 March 2004 Waicoa Bay vs Auckland Sea Lions League Park, Ngaruawahia 12.00am Kick Off Saturday 27 March 2004 Wellington vs Northland Raiders Wise Park, Wellington 12.00am Kick Off Saturday 27 March 2004 Auckland Crowns vs Canterbury Cornwall Park, Auckland 1.00pm Kick Off

Turner Looking To Spark Storm Backline

FORMER Penrith rookie Steve Turner will make his Storm debut this Sunday when Melbourne hosts the St George Illawarra Dragons at Olympic Park.

Roosters team named to take on Bulldogs

AFTER just two rounds, the Bulldogs and the Roosters occupy the top two spots on the ladder ? with many critics already believing Friday?s game could be a preview of the 2004 grand final.

Raiders name Drew at hooker

THE Canberra Raiders have named Brad Drew at hooker for Saturday night?s clash with North Queensland and have confirmed that veteran Ruben Wiki will captain the side in the absence of Simon Woolford.

Panthers name unchanged side

DEFENDING premiers Penrith have named the same line-up that stormed home against Canberra last Friday night to take on the New Zealand Warriors at Ericsson Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

Gasnier Returns to St.George Bank Dragons Training

DRAGONS centre Mark Gasnier returned to training with the St George Bank Dragons today as planned.

Manly Sea Eagles Name Team for Sharks Game

HOOKER Chad Randall,rookie Kane Cleal and veteran Albert Torrens have been chosen in an 18 man Sea Eagle side to play Cronulla Sutherland at Shark Park on Saturday at 5.30 p.m.

Parramatta Team to Face The Knights

PARRAMATTA Eels coach Brian Smith has stuck with the same squad which beat the Brisbane Broncos last weekend, to play the Newcastle Knights at Parramatta Stadium on Saturday night. The team is ;

Utai Returns to Bulldogs Line up

MATT Utai has been named on the wing for the Mitsubishi Electric Bulldogs for this Friday nights with rookie Sonny Bill Williams moving to the interchange bench.

Simmons to start for Cronulla

DAVID Simmons will play only his second first grade game this weekend, having been named by Cronulla coach Stuart Raper in the team to play Manly. Simmons replaced Nathan Merritt who injured his ankle last week against the Bulldogs.

Knights team named for Eels match

KNIGHTS Coach Michael Hagan has named a strong lineup to travel down to Parramatta to face the Eels in Round 3 of the NRL competition.

Warriors side named to face the Panthers

AS promised NZ Warriors coach Daniel Anderson has made some sweeping changes in the side named today to take on the Penrith Panthers in Auckland on Sunday, following the lack lustre performance shown by his team against the Dragons in Round 2.

Motu Tony sidelined

MOTU Tony, Brisbane Broncos fullback, and Kiwi international has been sidelined for between 4-6 weeks following an injury sustained in the match on Sunday.

Broncos Name Changed Line up for Tigers Clash

BRISBANE Broncos coach Wayne Bennett has made changes to his team which lost to the Eels last weekend. Forwards Dane Carlaw and Brad Meyers are set to return from injury in Sunday's clash with the Wests Tigers at Campbelltown on Sunday afternoon.

Round two wrap-up: Cronulla on the rise

CRONULLA fans were bemoaning the lack of attacking football on display during the double header, but when Brett Kimmorley shot a perfect cut out pass onto the chest of Matt Rieck for the first try of Saturday?s game, it signalled a return to the Sharks of old. Unfortunately, a hangover from the Chris Anderson era remains ? ill discipline ultimately cost Cronulla the game. If Stuart Raper can iron the stupid penalties out of the team?s game, things will be looking very rosy down Sutherland way over the coming few weeks.

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