FIJI A has joined Tonga and the Cook Islands in the Wollongong Sevens.
THE Mitsubishi Electric Bulldogs have announced the team that will head to the UK for the 2005 World Club Challenge match against the Leeds Rhinos on February 4.
FOR the chance to win a Bears Jersey from the North Sydney Football Club and NRL sunnies from
FORMER Castleford Tigers duo, Ryan Hudson and Andy Lynch, will make their Bulls debuts in Sunday?s pre season trial game against Dewsbury Rams at Rams Stadium at 3.00pm.
HULL FC has already sold over a thousand tickets a month before they face Super League champions Leeds Rhinos at the KC Stadium. This mouth-watering clash on Friday 11 February will kick off the Super League X competition; the big kick-off is at 8:00pm.
LEEDS CEO Gary Hetherington has rubbished reports widely circulated at the weekend that the Rhinos have asked New Zealand rugby union star Justin Marshall to play for them in the forthcoming World Club Challenge.
BRADFORD Bulls have announced that Second Row Forward Jamie Peacock will be the new Team Captain for Super League X. He takes over from Robbie Paul who will remain as Club Captain.
FORMER New Zealand Test captain Quentin Pongia has joined the coaching staff at Super League side Widnes.
SALFORD City Reds are moving to a new ?30m stadium at Barton in 2007 but rugby league is set to live on at The Willows.
THE GMB Union National Cup Final 2005
Bank Holiday Saturday, 28th May 2005
Bloomfield Road, Blackpool FC
RUMOURS are abound concerning the Rabbitohs signing former halfback Darrell Trindall to an NRL contract.
THE VB Sevens Tournament at St Marys on February 12th will be an opportunity for Head Coach John Lang to trial a couple of his newer players.
DANIEL Wagon training exclusively in the centres partnering Eric Grothe Jr on the right hand side is the first notable selection surprise for 2005 if evidence from the Eels open training session at Mounties was any indication.
EACH year resembles the last for St George Illawarra fans. As we turn our attention to the 2005 season, we approach it with the same optimism and hope that we have seen since the Joint Ventures initial success in 1999.
OVER 20,000 tickets have been sold for the Carnegie World Club Challenge match between Leeds Rhinos and Canterbury Bulldogs.