Three big wins to Dolphins but tough road lies ahead

REDCLIFFE played havoc with their opponents today racking up 240 points to 18 across the three grades. The real test begins next week though when they play the first of three top of the table clashes before the semi finals.

I think they?ve awoken

LAST year a question was asked... ?Will the next ?sleeping giant? of the NRL wake up??, not just by me, but by many other Rugby League supporters. We were referring to the usually forgotten Queensland club, North Qld Cowboys.

Scottish youngsters head for Holland

SCOTLAND head off on their annual summer tour on Saturday, taking 39 young players to Holland to compete in the Rotterdam Cup and the Rotterdam Nines tournaments. After a training session at Knottingley rugby league club with top coaches Graham Steadman and Alan Agar, they head to Dover on Sunday before arriving in Noordwijk base on Monday.

Welsh RL review

WELSH Rugby League Conference semi-final ? Report by Ian Golden

RLI Week 10 previews

A win by four points or more against Kerry Kings next Saturday will ensure a semi final place for Wateford Vikings at the expense of Kilkenny Wildcats, who went down 35-4 to Treaty City Titans in their final game last night. Despite going in front early on, the Wildcats were blown away by the Titans who ensured top spot in Munster with this win.

Results from Henson Park, Saturday

NSWRL VB Premier League Sydney Airport Jets 22 defeated Roosters 20. The Roosters were top of the table in the NSWRL VB Premier League. NSWRL Jim Beam Cup Cabramatta 72 defeated Sydney Airport Jets 16. Both games were played at Henson Park on Saturday, July 31st.

Sydney Airport Jets Double-Header at Henson Park

REMINDER for Saturday, July 31st. NSWRL VB Premier League Saturday, July 31 Henson Park Sydney Airport Jets v Sydney Roosters Kick-Off: 3.00pm. NSWRL Jim Beam Cup Saturday, July 31 Henson Park Sydney Airport Jets v Cabramatta Kick-Off: 1.15pm.

NZ Bartercard Cup - Round 13 teams

ROUND 13 of New Zealand's Bartercard Cup competition has some tough battles over the weekend. The North Harour Tigers/Wai-Coa-Bay Stallions match on Sunday afternoon at Albany has the visiting England U18 Academy side taking on an Auckland U18 rep side as the curtain raiser.

Bulls Eye

THIS week's edition of Bulls Eye features Brian Noble and Stuart Reardon who look ahead to Sunday's important Round 21 game at the KC Stadium when the fourth place Bulls travel to third on the table Hull for the game of the round.

Leagueunlimited.com player of the year awards, round 21

COWBOYS? forward Paul Rauhihi has extended his lead and is firming as favourite to take out the 2004 Leagueunlimited.com player of the year awards. With just five rounds remaining, the powerhouse front rower is sitting on 23 points and three points clear of the field. Last year?s winner, Storm half back Matt Orford remains on 20 points.

Roosters too strong for Storm

THE Sydney Roosters have denied Melbourne the chance to move into the National Rugby League?s top four following today?s 26-10 win over the Storm at Olympic Park.

Faumuina fined for breaching club ban

NEW Zealand Warriors rugby league player Sione Faumuina has been handed a suspended $20,000 fine by the club after an early morning drunken confrontation with a fan last week.

Broncos win in extra time at Toyota Park

THE Sharks supporters tonight saw their team go down to the Broncos in Golden Point time by 16-12 in an absolute thriller at Toyota Park.

Roosters withstand the Storm

THE Sydney Roosters had too much class for the Melbourne Storm as they stopped a late onslaught to win the match by 26 points to 10 at Olympic Park in Melbourne.

Cowboys beat Dragons as their charge to the finals continues

THE North Queensland Cowboys recent domination over the St. George-Illawarra Dragons continued tonight as the Cowboys ran riot to defeat the joint venture club by 34-10.

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