NEWTOWN Rugby League Football Club ? proud to be sponsored by the Sydney Airport Corporation and the Petersham RSL Club.
AUSTRALIAN referee Sean Hampstead has been appointed to take charge of next Friday?s Carnegie World Club Challenge between the Bulldogs and Leeds Rhinos at Elland Road, Leeds.
METRO newspaper has today put its name to the inaugural Rugby League Capital Challenge which will see London?s two professional sides do battle to see in the new season.
WIGAN have issued a hands-off warning to Super League rivals Bradford regarding Great Britain hooker Terry Newton.
WIGAN?S new signing Luke Davico is facing an uncertain future after hospital scans confirmed a tear to his pectoral muscle.
THIS month's edition of Rugby League Review has hit the stands at all good newsagents - and here's a sneak preview of what's in store both locally and around the world:
SUBMITTING to the media hype has become a lot easier for rugby league superstar Sonny Bill Williams after being cleared of a mystery injury.
NORTH Queensland Cowboys coach Graham Murray expects young recruit Johnathan Thurston to become a pivotal player at the NRL club this year.
EMERGING from the rugby league shadows, Malta provided an entertaining and successful appearance in their first Sevens competition, the 2005 Orara Valley Sevens on Australia?s east coast at Coffs Harbour.
TEN long seasons after retiring in the top grade, Malta?s greatest rugby league product Mario Fenech successfully completed a comeback to rugby league in making his debut for Malta over the weekend.
R2K has lodged a petition with Kogarah Council in support of the upgraded floodlighting at OKI Jubilee Stadium. The petition, which attracted in excess of 1,300 signatures, was lodged with Kogarah Council this morning (31/01/2005).
AS a player, David Perry graduated from the NSW Central Coast club of Wyong as an 18 year old in 1984 and played with Parramatta lower grades during some of the clubs glory years of 1985-1987, before returning to Wyong to play out his career, retiring as a player in 1995.
In 1998 he turned to a coaching role of the lower grades at Wyong and the following 4 seasons saw his side reach the Grand Final each year, 4 grand finals and 1 premiership.
After moving on from Wyong in 2002, he took on an assistant role at Erina Eagles and then later, an assistant role of the Central Coast Rip Harold Matthews Cup side in 2003.
EXPERIENCED second-rower Mark O'Neill has been named Wests Tigers Captain for Season 2005.
WHEN Canberra Raiders forward Matt Adamson used to open the batting with Adam Gilchrist as a teenager, he dreamt of one day wearing the baggy green.
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