MANAGER Neil Baxter has named a 22-man squad for this Saturday's Scottish Courage Cup clash against the Royal Navy at Portsmouth.
STATE OF ORIGIN
Result: New South Wales 9 d Queensland 8.
Standings: New South Wales leads Queensland 1-0.
THE Newtown Jets and Balmain Tigers are pleased to jointly announce that all future VB Premier League matches between the Newtown and Balmain clubs will be played for a trophy to be named after Trevor Ryan and Neil Pringle.
Trevor and Neil were outstanding Rugby League footballers who played with distinction for both the Newtown and Balmain clubs in the 1970's and 1980's. Both of these champions said they were extremely proud to be honoured by their old clubs in this manner, and that they hoped the trophy would provide the focus for more great games between these famous Sydney sporting institutions.
Newtown RLFC Chief Administrator Terry Rowney and Balmain RLFC Chairman David Trodden said they were very enthusiastic about this development, because it would add even more interest to the VB Premier League clashes between the two clubs. The Ryan-Pringle Trophy will create another chapter in the proud history of these two inner western 1908 Foundation clubs.
Newtown meets Balmain at Henson Park this Saturday, 5th June, in the NSWRL VB Premier League, with the match timed to start at 3.00pm. In the NSWRL Jim Beam Cup curtain-raiser starting at 1.15pm, Newtown plays Souths Juniors.
KIWIS and Canberra enforcer Ruben Wiki could be on the way out of his beloved National Rugby League club.
PENRITH Panthers Chief Executive Shane Richardson has tonight controversially quit the club, announcing plans to join the South Sydney Rabbitohs.
NEW Zealand Warriors chief executive Mick Watson has again expressed his support for embattled coach Daniel Anderson as the coaches of under-performing teams in the National Rugby League feel the heat.
CANBERRA Raiders prop Luke Davico has renewed his passport in the belief he will be making a long-awaited return from injury in Sunday's NRL visit to the New Zealand Warriors.
LEAGUE Unlimited is proud to invite you to our upcoming Trivia Night to be held at One World Sport in Darling Harbour on Tuesday 8th June at 7.30 pm.
LEAGUEUNLIMITED have just learnt that New Zealand Warriors coach Daniel Anderson has accepted a settlement from the club and will resign his position as head coach of the New Zealand Warriors tomorrow. If Anderson leaves New Zealand he will have to forfeit his position as coach of the national team as the coach must reside in New Zealand to be eligible to coach the side.
FRIDAY 4th June 2004
BRONCOS coach Wayne Bennett has named an unusual looking Broncos side for this Sunday?s clash with the Cronulla Sharks at Suncorp Stadium, with Darren Lockyer?s presence in the side still to be decided.
NORTH Queensland coach Graham Murray has named his team to face the Dragons at WIN Stadium on Saturday night with the kick-off at 7.30pm.
FORMER Australian coach Chris Anderson has emerged as the clear favourite to coach South Sydney next year after Paul Langmack was controversially sacked from the position last night.
SOUTH Sydney District Rugby League Football Club Limited announced today that Head Coach Paul Langmack had been relieved of all his duties at the Club effective immediately.
SKOLARS SET FOR MAJOR CHALLENGE