Ireland U16s to play in Youth World Cup in Moscow

THE first steps to make the 2008 Rugby League World Cup one of the most competitive in history have been laid with the announcement of an Under 16?s Rugby League tournament to be held in Moscow at the end of the year.

Tri - Series and World Cup (2008) Endorsed by RLIF

A 2008 World Cup and 2004 Tri-Series involving Australia, Great Britain and New Zealand has been confirmed by the Rugby League International Federation in Sydney .

Dragons Greats and USA Tomahawks to tackle breast cancer

THE USA Tomahawks, the National Team of the American National Rugby League will take on the St.George Dragons Allstars with match proceeds to benefit:

Leichardt Wanderers Registration Day -Feb 8th

ON Sunday February 8th between 11am - 3pm Leichhardt Wanderers will be holding their 2004 Registration Day. On hand to say G'day to all current and future Wanderers will be three of our favourite old boys Robbie Farah, Bronson Harrison & Damien Braumann. As part of the days activities, and thanks to the generous support of our friends at XBOX & HES, you will be able to test your footy smarts against Robbie, Bronson & Damo on the new NRL Rugby League video game!

Penrith and Bradford to aid Arthritis research on World Club Challenge Day

TRIPLE Champions Bradford Bulls have today announced that they will be joined by Penrith Panthers in a Family Open Day at Odsal Stadium as part of the build up to their forthcoming World Club Challenge Game against the NRL Champions.

London Broncos Season 2004 launch party

THE London Broncos 2004 Season Launch Party has been confirmed to take place on Monday 9th February from 7:00pm at Watermans, 40 High Street, Brentford.

Young Broncos raring to go

LONDON Broncos U18 Junior Academy is already working hard in preparation for their upcoming season, which kicks off in April.

The Arriva Trains journey begins - into the Dragon Lair

SUNDAY sees the Skolars start their second Arriva Trains Cup campaign with a trip to National League 1 side Doncaster Dragons. The potential encounter with former Skolar PJ Solomon is now dependent on the result of the league's disciplinary committee after he was sent off in a friendly last week.

Robbie Paul unlikely to front up for World Club Challenge

BRADFORD Bulls skipper Robbie Paul is almost certain to miss next month's World Club Challenge clash with Penrith Panthers. He is struggling to regain full fitness after breaking his arm last season and failed to get the all-clear when he visited a specialist on Wednesday.

Skolars preparing for the House of Pain

SKOLARS' friendly game against Oxford University was called-off due to the students encountering problems with their transport en-route to the game. However, this did give the club a chance to see 34 players run-out in a competitive match between the squad.

Official opening of Legend's Walk

DESPITE being significantly overdue, the `Legend's Walk' at Oki Jubilee Stadium will be officially opened on Saturday, 6 March 2004.

NRL Reviews Judicial Process

THE National Rugby League (NRL) today announced the review of its judicial process, appointing two new personnel to replace sacked commissioner Jim Hall.

Hodges Told to Shape Up or Ship Out

JUSTIN Hodges' manager said the Queensland centre would drop out of the National Rugby League if he failed to front up to Sydney Roosters training on Monday week.

The Faith lives on - Editorial

"ITS just a Matter of Faith" thats the chorus to the previous Warriors theme song. Speaking of faith quite a number of Warriors are born again faithful Christians including Francis Meli, Jerry SeuSeu, Henry Fa'afili and Ali Lauiti'ti.

$2,000 fines for slow pokes

THE NRL will put the boot into the tardy goal kickers this season, today announcing that clubs would be slapped with fines of $2,000 and above each time a conversion or penalty takes more than 90 seconds to complete.

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