Lindsay to retire from International position

WIGAN Chairman, Maurice Lindsay, has announced in Sydney today that he intends to stand down as Deputy Chairman of the International Board at the game's Annual General Meeting to be held in Sydney on Monday 26th January 2004.

World Sevens Qualifiers, St Marys, Wednesday, January 21st

AUSTRALIA'S first Rugby League club, Newtown, joins three other 1908 Originals in contesting the World Sevens Qualifying Tournament at St Marys on Wednesday, 21st January.

Penrith name 7's squad, hold back stars

FOLLOWING on from Canterbury's decision to rest it's star players, Penrith has followed suit by ruling out all of its NRL premiership-winning players.

Gold Coast Nines

THE Gold Coast Rugby League is still accepting nominations for the inaugural Gold Coast Nines event to be held at Gold Cast Stadium Carrara over the weekend of 13/14/15 February 2004.

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Dragons name Palu in Cougar Sevens squad

EXCITING Tongan recruit Wycliff Palu has been included in the St George Illawarra squad for this weekend's Cougar World Sevens rugby league tournament at Aussie Stadium.

Riddell withdraws from World Sevens

ST George Ilawarra Dragons hooker Mark Riddell has reportedly withdrawn from the World Sevens tournament apparently with back problems. This leaves Nathan Blacklock as the only big name left in the Dragons squad.

Smith selects 12 man Sevens squad

PARRAMATTA coach Brain Smith has today selected his 12 man squad for the Cougar World Sevens begining on Saturday. Smith is taking the tournamnet seriuosly and has named a first string side in order to retain the title they won last season and in 1997.

Morley finds support from Lindsay

ENGLISH Super League boss Maurice Lindsay says Adrian Morley is unlikely to face any suspension from the game for his drink-driving conviction in the U.K. late last year.

Cougar World Sevens Needs Showcasing, Not Mothballing

I have say it irks me to see people in the Rugby League “media” and I use the term loosely in some cases, treating the Cougar World Sevens with such contempt that they continue to denigrate the event to a point where the negative coverage could be mistaken for Rugby Union bias, but alas, it's the people who supposedly care about the greatest game of all.

Mundine Involves Himself With Aboriginal 7's Team

ANTHONY Mundine has taken time out from preparing to defend his WBA super-middleweight title against Japan's Yoshinoro Nishizawa at the Wollongong Entertainment Centre on Monday to support to the NASCA Aboriginal All Stars side in the World Sevens Competition.

Eels name 25 man first grade squad

THE Parramatta Eels have named their 25 man squad for the 2004 NRL season and it includes almost all of their off-season recruits, including recently arrived Englishman Chris Thorman.

Channel 9's coverage for World Sevens confirmed

CHANNEL 9?s coverage for the 2004 Cougar World Sevens has been confirmed with the commercial television channel only showing a 1 hour highlights package at 6:30pm in the areas of New South Wales, ACT and Queensland.

St.George & Tomahawks Set To Clash Again

FOLLOWING the success of the 2003 `Joanne Mackay Helping HandCup', the Dragons All-Stars and the USA Tomahawks are likely toclash again in February at Oki Jubilee Stadium.

PJ Marsh Faces Problem of a Different Kind

PJ Marsh is confident he will return to the New Zealand Warriors this season, but a groin injury is hampering his return from the neck problem that almost put a halt his career.

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