Forum Sevens: An Affair to Remember

THE camera pans across the faces of the players in this years' Grand Final. The image we see is of each team members? arms linked, shoulder to shoulder with them belting out the national anthem. A group of five players from each team step forward. In the first group we have Craig Wing, Adrian Morley, Craig Fitzgibbon, Brad Fittler and Kirk Reynoldson. In the second group Trent Barrett, Nathan Blacklock, Hazem El Masri , Andrew Johns, and Jason Cayless. These two teams and the ten players have proven that they have got what it takes; they are the best in their field and are ready to embark in a game that has the Rugby League community enraptured.

Dragons 2003 season in review

THE 2003 season started well for St George Illawarra with a 28-10 Charity Shield win over Souths.

Langer On The Comeback Trail

ALLAN Langer is eyeing off another rugby league comeback.

St George Lay Cards on Barretts Table

ST George-Illawarra have made captain Trent Barrett a new four-year offer that would keep him at the club until the end of the 2008 season.

Storm Kick-Off Pre-Season With Some Old, New Faces

MELBOURNE Storm?s first official day of pre-season training hasn?t so much been about welcoming a host of new faces, but rather it?s the return of some familiar ones that has the club buzzing.

Kiwi 7,s Team Announced

THE New Zealand team to compete at the World League sevens tournament in Sydney on January 24-25 named today are:

Ford driving Irish league bid

IRISH rugby union?s defensive coach Mike Ford has thrown his weight behind plans to establish a new rugby league competition in Ireland.

International Game In Dire Need-Lockyer

INTERNATIONAL rugby league risks dying unless the domestic season is shortened, more emphasis is placed on test football and the World Cup is revived,warned Australian captain Darren Lockyer.

Webcke Vows To Continue

AUSTRALIAN prop Shane Webcke has no plans to follow his Brisbane Bronco's captain Gorden Tallis into representative retirement.

The International Future Excites Some

RUGBY Football League executive chairman Richard Lewis believes that the future for international Rugby League and the Great Britain team remains exciting, despite Australia securing the Think! Road Safety Test Series win on Saturday. Lewis attended a meeting of the Rugby League International Federation Executive in London last Monday and is upbeat about the opportunities the international game will present to both Great Britain and the British game during the next five years.

Waite Asked To Give Youngsters a Run

ENGLAND A coach John Kear urged his Great Britain counterpart David Waite to call up his young guns for Saturday's "dead rubber" in the Ashes Series against Australia.

Senior Out of 3rd Test

GREAT Britain rugby league centre Keith Senior is out of the third Ashes test against Australia after undergoing surgery on a hand injury suffered in Saturday's second test.

Women To Take The Stage At Blackpool

THE GMB Union National Cup Final 2004 Bank Holiday Saturday, 29th May 2004 Bloomfield Road, Blackpool FC Kick Off: 3.00pm & The Women's National Representative Shield Final - Kick Off: TBA

Broncos sign 'Woz from Oz'

LONDON Broncos latest recruit for the upcoming campaign is strong running back rower, Troy Wozniak.

Centurions romp to friendly victory

ST ALBANS CENTURIONS broke off from their winter hiatus to thrash South London Storm 66-4 at Harpenden on Sunday. In a friendly played to prepare for the Powergen Rugby League Challenge Cup on 29 November, Centurions got off to a flier with four tries in the first ten minutes against their National League Three rivals. However, South London dug in until half-time, keeping the score to 20-0 before the Cents ran riot after the break.

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