THE players in the 2004 City v Country Origin game have been named. For Country, Willie Mason, Amos Roberts and Glenn Morrison are named after a great start to their respective NRL seasons.
For City, Brett Hodgson's good form this season for Wests Tigers has been rewarded.
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.
LEEDS Rhinos saw their winning start to Tetley's Rugby Super League IX blown away by St Helens with a 56-10 defeat at Knowsley Road on Friday night.
THERE have been a lot of speculation of whether Irish rugby union star Brian O'Driscoll is or has ever been interested in league.
THE Rugby Football League and 1895 International have combined to provide a funding package to assist with the development of the sport in Lebanon.
IT wasn't the team or even the Broncos press office that first learnt of the team to play Wigan this Sunday, in what will be London Broncos very first game together in Britain.
WIGAN today announced that they were joining Bradford Bulls by giving notice that they would contest any lowering of the Salary Cap.
KOGARAH Mayor Jim Taylor has informed R2K that he will be retiring from Council in March. The likeable Mayor, who played a key role in the return of the Dragons to Kogarah, has decided not to contest the March 27 local Government election.
THE St.George Dragons All-Stars will be releasing a polo shirt to commemorate the 2nd `Joanne Mackay Helping Hand Cup' which is being held at Kogarah on February 18 (6:00 kick-off).
THE public glare is off and the Bulldogs are enjoying themselves again.
IN front of an impressive 21,500 loud and parochial Warriors supporters in Hamilton last night, the Dragons Premier League side were victors over a predominately inexperienced NZ Warriors side.