RLI RLC Week 9 results

A hat trick from Billy Treacy helped Treaty City Titans guarantee a semi-final place with a comprehensive victory over Waterford Vikings at Dooradoyle. A far superior points difference over both Kilkenny Wildcats and Waterford Vikings means that they have all but assured themselves top spot in Munster and a home semi final tie against the Leinster runners up.

Magpies go down to Wynnum

A home ground advantage did not help the injury-ravaged Magpies last weekend as the Wynnum Seagulls fought to secure their place in the finals.

The Sydney Airport Jets take a momentous step forward into the future

THE Board of the NSW Rugby League has approved a joint venture between the Newtown and Cronulla-Sutherland Rugby League Football Clubs, whereby the Sydney Airport Jets will become the sole VB Premier League team for the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks.

NZ Bartercard Cup - Round 12 review

A stand out performance by the Mt Albert Lions over the 2003 Bartercard Cup champions, the Canterbury Bulls, sees the Lions move into second place on the competition table, just pushing Otahuhu Ellerslie from the placing on points difference. With the Bulls back home in Christchurch hosting Otahuhu Ellerslie, they'll be looking to find their winning form once again.

Dragons sign Hornby for further three years

DRAGONS and rookie Origin fullback Ben Hornby today re-signed with the club for three years until the end of the 2007 season.

Leagueunlimited.com player of the year awards, round 20

FOLLOWING another stand-out performance on the weekend, Cowboy?s forward Paul Rauhihi has maintained his lead in this year?s Leagueunlimited.com player?s awards. The powerhouse front rower picked up one competition point to move up to 22 points overall.

Sharks name team to face Broncos

CRONULLA Sharks coach Stuart Raper has named his line up to face the Brisbane Broncos at Toyota Park on Saturday afternoon. Coach Rapers team is;

Chan facing four match ban

STORM prop Alex Chan is facing a month-long suspension after he was today charged with a grade one reckless high tackle on Parramatta back-rower Nathan Hindmarsh during Melbourne?s six-point win over the Eels on Saturday night.

Second Bulldog signs with Storm

BULLDOGS forward Jamie Feeney will join teammate Dennis Scott in Melbourne next year after signing a three-year deal with the Storm today.

Knights team named for Rabbitohs game

NEWCASTLE Knights coach Michael Hagan has named his team to take on the Rabbitohs at Aussie Stadium on Sunday afternoon. Hagan has named a strong team on paper and they must go close to restoring the Knights placement on the NRL ladder. Coach Hagans team is;

Bulldogs name squad for Panthers game

YOUNG Mitsubishi Electric Bulldogs sensation, Sonny Bill Williams has been recalled to the Dogs first grade team for this Friday's match with the Penrith Panthers at Telstra Stadium. Having suffered a major injury in the Bulldogs round 7 encounter with the Rabbitohs, Williams has made a successful return with some impressive performances in Premier League during the past month.

Saints vs Manly at Oki Jubilee Stadium

THE NRL have confirmed that the St George Bank Dragons will play Manly on Sunday, the 29th of August at Oki Jubilee Stadium. Kick-off has been scheduled for 2:30pm. The last time Manly visited Kogarah was in March 1997. The match was much anticipated following Manly's controversial victory in the 1996 Grand Final against the mighty Saints. A Friday night crowd of 16,706 saw Manly narrowly escape with an 18-14 victory.

Tallis back to take on Sharks

TALLIS has been troubled by neck and shoulder pain since being on the end of a nasty spear tackle in Brisbane?s round 12 win over the St George-Illawarra Dragons.

Local derby belongs to the Dragons

ST George Illawarra have made it two from two against local rivals Cronulla in 2004, defeating the Sharks 26-14 at Oki Jubilee Stadium today.

Golden Point Thriller goes the Raiders way

CANBERRA Raiders fullback Clinton Schifcofske has slotted two field goals in the final stages of their clash with the Warriors to see the Raiders escape with a thrilling 30-29 victory at Canberra Stadium.