Nikau To Coach New Bartercard Cup Team

A new Waikato-Bay of Plenty based team coached by Huntly league legend Tawera Nikau has been granted entry into the 2004 Bartercard Cup.

Gamble Named Comets Best For 2003

SOURCE: North Queensland Cowboys Fan Arena

Comets Announce Trial Versus Manly

THE Rockhampton Leagues Club Central Queensland Comets will kick off their 2004 season with a return trial match on January 31 against the Manly Sea-Eagles at Browne Park in Rockhampton.

Wolf Mail - Forshaw strengthens the Wolves Pack

WARRINGTON Wolves have signed Mike Forshaw from Grand Final winning side Bradford Bulls on a one-year deal. Mike is a back-row forward who joined the Bulls from Saracens Rugby Union club in April 1997 after a career with Wigan, Wakefield and Leeds. Renowned for his phenomenal work rate and consistency. Forshaw toured with Gt. Britain Lions to the Southern Hemisphere in 1999. He was in outstanding form for the Bulls last term and was brought out of International retirement to face New Zealand in last Autumn's Test Series. He played in all three games impressing everyone with his work rate an never say die attitude.

Odsal return boosts Bulls

SUPER League Treble Champions Bradford Bulls have announced a huge surge in popularity since the return to Odsal Stadium at the start of 2003.

Forum Sevens: 'You did good my son...'

I was minding my own business and picking daisies when dad walked up to me and threw this strange shaped ball at me, it was a football. He said kick it- what does a kid in diapers do but try, miss the ball and loose his diapers ? but he patted me on the head and said ?you did good my son?.

Forum Sevens: It seems John O?Neill is none too pleased

IT seems John O?Neill is none too pleased with the Kangaroos decision to tour the U.K while his beloved world cup continues to bore audiences the world over. Sure, the atmosphere may be great, but the product leaves an awful lot to be desired. We?ll get to that later. O?Neill has publicly questioned why the RLIF would decide to schedule the three tests on the same day as the major finals games in the rugby world cup, including the grand finale at Telstra Stadium.

Les Blues do their nation proud against Kangaroos

A young, and relatively inexperience French side has held their head high against the Australian Kangaroos, only going down 34 ? 10 despite limited preparation and being against a far more professional outfit in front of a near sell out crowd of 7,813 at Stade Albert Domec ? Carcassonne.

Roos Open Tour With Victory

AUSTRALIA opened their five-match tour of Great Britain with an emphatic 34-10 win over a French Selection in front of a disappointing crowd of 7,813 in Carcassonne.

New Cowboy Keen To Impress

CENTRAL Comets 2003 Players' Player award winner David Faiumu left Rockhampton this week bound for Townsville and a shot at the big time with the North Queensland Cowboys.

Say it isn't so Wendell

DEAR me Wendell, your latest plea for respect will continue to fall on deaf ears as the Rugby World Cup further degenerates into a farce. We are the ones getting bored, not you.

Tronc Becomes A Cowboy

SOURCE: North Queensland Cowboys Fan Arena

European Nations - Wales v Russia

FORMER Great Britain centre Allan Bateman will make his return to international league in the opening round of matches in the inaugural European Nations Cup.

European Nations - Scotland v Ireland

SCOTLAND have added two players from the Scottish domestic league for their European Nations Cup match with Ireland at Old Anniesland in Glasgow.

New Zealand A v Warrington

AUSTRALIAN Darren Burns will lead Warrington against New Zealand A in a match that will mark the Wolves' final appearance at Wilderspool.

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