FEEDBACK or ?fan mail? as I like to subconsciously call it is always good. If you can forget the fact that a good three quarters of it is critical, any response is complementary to an author.
THE symmetrical oval shape of the rubber ball rests on a modern plastic device designed to elevate it from the turf on which it sits. Carefully prepared and nurtured grass, sprouting from the hallowed earth below.
LIKE a gallon of Greenalls,
WHAT does it take to be an immortal? Firstly, an immortal is an ambassador. Only seven elite players have made the grade: Clive Churchill, Bob Fulton, Reg Gasnier, John Raper, Graeme Langlands, Wally Lewis and Arthur Beetson. What did these men have in common? Who will be our next immortal? Brad Fittler, Andrew Johns? Only time will tell.
ONCE upon a time there was a little boy.
DID anyone feel it the other day? You know what I?m talking about. If you?re on the same wave length as me that is.
IN 2004 we reformed the Balmain PCYC Junior Rugby League Club and entered one team in the Under 8 competition after an absence of ten years.
HEAD Coach Paul Cullen has named a 17-man side to face London Broncos this weekend at Brentford.
ST Helens coach Ian Millward on Tuesday declared Jamie Lyon the biggest signing at the English Super League club since Mal Meninga became a cult figure at Knowsley Road 20 years ago.
TELSTRA PREMIERSHIP: Round 24
(Teams subject to change)
20 August ? 22 August 2004
Fri 7:30: KNIGHTS V DRAGONS
Sat 5:30: BRONCOS V WESTS TIGERS
Sat 7:30: EELS V WARRIORS
Sat 7:30: PANTHERS V COWBOYS
Sun 2:30: RAIDERS V ROOSTERS
Sun 3:00: RABBITOHS V SEA EAGLES
Sun 3:00: STORM V BULLDOGS
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WESTS Tigers last home game for Season 2004 will see the team wear the original 80?s Jersey of the Wests Magpies.
THE St George Illawarra Dragons have defeated a courageous 12-man Knights outfit by 24-22 in Newcastle tonight.
FORMER Broncos powerhouse Brad Thorn is shaping as a ready made replacement for Brisbane skipper Gorden Tallis if the fiery 31-year-old decides to hang up the boots at the end of the NRL season.
MELBOURNE stalwarts Stephen Kearney and Rodney Howe will be hoping to farewell Olympic Park on a winning note when the Storm hosts the in-form Bulldogs this Sunday (3pm).
THEY are a forgotten trio and betting has been suspended on their premiership chances. However, there will still be plenty of pride on the line in the final few rounds for those at the wrong end of the table.