SATURDAY JULY 3
Wynnum Seagulls v Ipswich Jets, 2.05pm, Kougari Oval
ABC TV live telecast?Victorious as City coach last weekend, Kelly Egan has been given the task of getting his Wynnum side back on track after two straight losses?Egan will attempt to do so minus his best forward and best back ? Grant Wooden and Jim Ahmat ? who are resting for Queensland Residents duty?Presently the Seagulls are in seventh spot, but only three points from first place?Meanwhile, Ipswich has dropped to second-last on the table after three straight losses?When these sides met earlier in the year, Wynnum won 20-12, with Ahmat scoring two individual tries and proving the difference?This week Simon Phillips starts in Ahmat?s place, with teenagers Tom Hewitt and Michael Anschau on the wings?The Jets are without back-rower Kyle Warren (Residents), but otherwise have named one of their strongest line-ups this year.
THE only game this weekend from New Zealand's Bartercard Cup competition is to be played on Saturday evening as the curtain raiser to the NRL clash between the Warriors and the Eels. It is to be a Round 12 fixture between Otahuhu Ellerslie and the Eastern Tornadoes. Round 10 of the competition will continue as normal next weekend.
BARLA Great Britain Lions coach Mick Turner has named his squad for Saturday's game against the Redfern All Blacks.
BRIDGEND Blue Bulls RLFC will be holding their very own Australia Day six months early next Wednesday (July 7th) at their Coychurch Road ground writes Ian Golden.
Saturday, July 3rd, 2004
NSWRL VB Premier League
Sydney Airport Jets v Penrith-St.Marys Cougars
Kick Off: 3.00pm
NSWRL Jim Beam Cup
Sydney Airport Jets v Erina Eagles
Kick Off: 1.15pm
The amazing NRL Coca-Cola Road Train will be at Henson Park this Saturday, and will be open from 12.30pm.
Children are admitted free to Henson Park!
LONDON Broncos are making big plans right now in preparation for the club's tenth anniversary in August this year.
ST Helens winger Darren Albert is officially the ?Fastest Man in Rugby League? after winning the Powergen-sponsored sprint challenge event at Robin Park Arena, Wigan.
FOLLOWING on from the tremendous success of this year's GMB Union National Cup Final, BARLA is pleased to announce that Bloomfield Road,home of Blackpool FC, will hold the showpiece final until 2008.
THE UK?s most successful Rugby Club, World Champions Bradford Bulls have completed the signing of the Wales and Cardiff Rugby Union Stand Off, Iestyn Harris.
FONE Zone Canberra Raiders try-scoring machine Joel Monaghan had his hopes of an early comeback from injury dashed, after failing a fitness test earlier today.
THE New Zealand Warriors may be on the verge of signing front-rower and 200-game veteran Steve Price.
CRONULLA are poised to enter the player market for the second consecutive year as they strive to plug the gaps in their still improving squad. It is understood that the key priorities are a five eighth, a goalkicker and a prop forward.
A cold winter's in Melbourne was the scene of a furious battle between the home side and the Penrith Panthers with the home side dominating the game from 20th minute of the match to win by a very easy 66-14.
ST Helens captain Paul Sculthorpe believes that Penrith?s superior experience at half-back could prove to be the difference in Friday?s World Club Challenge clash against Bradford.
HERE are the results of the Rugby League trial matches played at Henson Park on Saturday, February 7, 2004.
NSW Premier League (soon to be renamed the VB Premier League).
Newtown 28 d. Balmain 20.
NSWRL Jim Beam Cup:
Ryde-Eastwood 36 d. Newtown 8.
Weather conditions: Oppressively humid.
Crowd: About 500.