LION FOUNDATION NJC - ROUND 2 RESULTS
Foundation Cup 16's
Auckland Crowns vs Auckland Sea Lions Cornwall Park, Auckland
Auckland Crowns 20
Patrick Ah Van, Shalom Suniula, Konelio Vaiga-Faaeteefe, Arron Pawley: Tries
Matthew Parata (2): Goals
Auckland Sea Lions 14
Eli Pillay, Mike Vaetu'ua, Paul Tusa: Tries
Malcolme Noda: Goal
Canterbury vs Northland Raiders Rugby League Park, Christchurch
Northland Raiders 24
Wiremu Ratana, Daley Johnson, William Wiki (2): Tries
Shontain Tau (4): Goals
Anthony Paul, Sebastian Afamiliona: Tries
Enoka Huta (2): Goals
Wellington vs Waicoa Bay Porirua Park, Wellington
Karl McNichol, Andre Itula, Kayne McDonald: Tries
Ashley Parker, Brendan Hikaka: Goals
Waicoa Bay 16
Tamatoa Reu, Shaun Kenny-Dowall, Dallin Edwards: Tries
Mattew Wade(2): Goals
LION FOUNDATION NJC ROUND 3 FIXTURES
BARLA Lions Manager Neil Baxter has announced that Tommy Goulden will lead the Lions on their busy summer schedule, with experienced Wath Brow forward Paul Davidson as vice-captain
REDCLIFFE have lost their opening games in the Mixwell Cup and Colts Challenge. Both games were played in oppressive heat at Bishop Park on Saturday.
A fantastic opening round of NRL footy for 2004 and Leagueunlimited.com was there with live updates of every match.
SYDNEY Roosters hooker Craig Wing could be out for the rest of the season after suffering a leg injury during the club's sloppy win over South Sydney at Aussie Stadium last night.
AMOS Roberts is expected to play first grade for Penrith against the Canberra Raiders on Friday night after Brett Howland suffered a leg injury during the Panthers' 20-14 loss to Newcastle at the weekend.
CLOSE to 29,000 league fans were greeted with some razzle dazzle football yet again with the Broncos showing the NZ Warriors that visitors can be beaten at Suncorp, winning 28-20 in hot, muggy conditions.
THE Sydney Roosters have run out unconvincing 26-16 winners over and determined and spirited South Sydney side at Aussie Stadium this evening.
BROKEN arm or not, New Zealand Warriors captain Monty Betham is unlikely to play football for at least the next five weeks.
THE Dragons have crashed to a record fifth consecutive loss at Oki Jubilee Stadium against Canberra today(14/3/2004). The Raiders were triumphant by 21-12 in front of an 'official' crowd of 12,635 that realistically looked between 14,000 and 14,500.
IT was a case of same old, same old for Cronulla fans this weekend. Lulled into a false sense of optimism by sweeping off-season changes to the team?s structure, the Sharks imploded against a gritty Tigers team in a game that could be summarised as simply being scrappy. If Cronulla don?t learn a thing or two about attacking in the next week, they could very easily cop a walloping by the slick looking Bulldogs in round two.
PARRAMATTA Eels centre Jamie Lyon is out of football indefinitely after being granted time off by club officials today.
NEW Zealand Warriors' coach Daniel Anderson has a familiar puzzle to solve after the Monty Betham National Rugby League (NRL) injury saga took another twist during the Brisbane Broncos 28-20 victory at Suncorp Stadium yesterday.
WELL, get your pacemakers ready Dragons fans. Although it?s only the first game of the year, it?s a familiar story for supporters of the red and white?s?and today was a perfect example of how St George Illawarra can break your heart. Maybe they should have gone with St George Hospital for sponsorship as they would surely get plenty of business out Kogarah way.