NZ Bartercard Cup - Round 14 preview

ROUND 14 of the Bartercard Cup will be the make or break for four teams, as the pressure mounts with only three matchs left in the 2004 competition. The Tigers, Bulls, Tornadoes and Jetz are all fighting it out for the fourth and fifth position on the table, after all four teams were beaten last weekend.


I played rugby league for one year. The year was 1990 and I was five, and I can?t remember anything except that I didn?t like it. All the other kids were bigger than me, faster too. Most of the time I hung out the back of the action, making mud pies and waiting to taste the sweet, sweet half-time oranges. It wasn?t until 1992 that I actually realised rugby league existed, and funnily enough I?d retired from it by then, and was running in tries at will (perhaps a slight exaggeration) against typically flimsy rugby union defences.

Nathan Hindmarsh Magazine


OKI Jubilee Stadium could host night final

TODAY'S Sydney Morning Herald (7/8/04) has confirmed that OKI Jubilee Stadium could host a night final if the Dragons can finish in the top four.

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Panthers smash Sea Eagles 72-12 in Penrith

THE Penrith Panthers have handed out a footballing lesson to the Manly Sea Eagles racking up a 72-12 cricket score at Penrith Stadium tonight.

Dragons power home

THE St George-Illawara Dragons have run away with a 34-14 win against the Melbourne Storm in an all dominating second half performance at WIN Stadium.

Blues also celebrate on the other side of the world

BRIDGEND Blue Bulls 66 Valley Cougars 16

Malta Knights Announce Inaugural Fixtures

8TH July 2004- The Malta Knights are proud to announce their inaugural fixtures, which will take place within close proximity to the majority of the Maltese community outside of Malta itself at the Melita Stadium in Sydney, Australia.

Bulls snap up Junior talent/Harris makes debut

THE UK?s most successful Rugby Club, World Champions, Bradford Bulls, have today announced the signings of two highly rated junior players.

Time for Thief to Slay his Demons

CLUB legend Glyn Price has pleaded for the return of the statue that once graced the front of the Leagues Club following a letter from a Club member.

Gasnier out for 2-4wks

NSW Origin centre and two-try hero Mark Gasnier has a cracked collarbone and will be sidelined for 2-4 weeks. Gasnier, 22, said he was thankful for the opportunity to make his Origin debut last night, but obviously disappointed to learn this afternoon that he had broken his collarbone in the final 25 minutes of the match. He continued to play after breaking it - and kicked a goal to convert Fittler's try. "I thought it was a cork, but in the morning I was a bit sore and scans revealed it was broken," he said. "It's disappointing, but I'm thankful I got the opportunity to play. It's the first Origin series I have been fit for. "It was great to be part of it, especially being Freddy (Brad Fittler) and Gus's (Phil Gould) farewell. I think their send-off was just reward for what they have put into rugby league." Gasnier said his apparent "signed, sealed, delivered deal" with Wigan was purely speculation. "I promise Dragons supporters I have not signed a deal with Wigan, despite continued speculation," he said. Winger John Carlaw (abdominal strain) was also ruled out this afternoon, but Dragons coach Nathan Brown will not name their replacements for the clash with the Broncos at WIN Stadium tomorrow night until an hour before kick-off as per NRL guidelines.

Gallen re-signs for three

CRONULLA utility forward Paul Gallen has extended his contract for a further three years in a boost for the southern Sydney club. Gallen had previously entered the player market before the June 30 deadline to get a guage on his market value, but was satisfied with the offer Cronulla offered him.

NRL team and fixtures round 18

NRL team and fixtures round 18

Dolphins News

THE latest on the Dolphins injuries is Rod West is out for the season after breaking his arm in the first half against Wynnum last Saturday. He is due to have surgery on Wednesday. Andrew Wynyard who lasted just 13 minutes was once again forced off with a chronic back injury but is an outside chance of playing this weekend. Grant Flugge is recovering well from a rib injury and is hopeful of a return against Souths on Sunday. Phil Shilvock is due back in the match against North Queensland in Cairns next weekend. Dolphins Award Winners vs Burleigh Queensland Cup Searles Garden Products Player of the Match Danny Green Keystar Motors Players Player Joel Barnes A Grade Hogs Breath Cafe Man of the Match Rod West Colts Leading Edge Sports Player of the Match Tino Kurene Dolphins Awards vs Wynnum Queensland Cup Searles Garden Products Player of the Match Brian Jellick Keystar Players Player Troy Lindsay A Grade Hogs Breath Cafe Player of the Match Quin Smith Colts Leading Edge Sports Player of the Match Reece Bailey

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