NSWRL results from the weekend - May 29-30th

VB Premier League:

Club legend inspires Sydney Airport Jets to win over Knights

NEWTOWN icon Tom Raudonikis helped inspire the Sydney Airport Jets to a disciplined and impressive 34-10 win over the Newcastle Knights in the VB Premier League match played at the Energy Australia Stadium on Saturday evening.

Sea Eagles named for Panthers clash

COACH Des Hasler has named injured trio Shane Dunley, Sam Harris and Chad Randall in a 19 man squad to play Premiers Penrith at Brookvale Oval on Sunday.

Warriors named for home clash against the Raiders

WINGER Francis Meli has been called straight back into the starting line-up for the club?s match against the Canberra Raiders in Auckland this weekend. Meli sat out last week?s loss to the Roosters due to a one-match suspension for a striking charge from the previous week?s game against South Sydney.

Roosters team named to take on Bulldogs

SYDNEY City Roosters coach Ricky Stuart has named his side to take on the Bulldogs on Friday night at Telstra Stadium. Fullback Anthony Minichiello Left Wing Chris Walker Left Center Justin Hodges Right Center Ryan Cross Right Wing Todd Byrne Five-Eigth Brad Fittler (c) Halfback Brett Finch Prop Peter Cusack Hooker Craig Wing Prop Jason Cayless Second Row Michael Crocker Second Row Craig Fitzgibbon Lock Luke Ricketson Reserve Chad Robinson Reserve Chris Flannery Reserve Stuart Webb Reserve Anthony Tupou

Storm name unchanged side despite injury clouds

DESPITE having several players under an injury cloud, Melbourne Storm has named an unchanged line-up for this week?s clash with the Wests Tigers at Olympic Park (5.30pm).

SportOdds team of the round - Round 12

THE weekly column here at Leagueunlimited is to highlight what we here on the site think are the best players in each round of the 2004 NRL competition. Based on the opinion received from the Leagueunlimited.com live updaters, we have put together what we think is the team of the Round 12.

Matt Cooper returns for Dragons v Cowboys

MATT Cooper has overcome a knee injury and is clear to play on Saturday night when the Dragons take on the Cowboys at WIN Stadium. Cooper will start at centre in place of John Carlaw, who has a fractured eyesocket.

NRL back at North Sydney Oval

IT?S been a long time since North Sydney Oval has seen first grade football, but the South Sydney Rabbitohs are out to change that after announcing their round 24 match with Manly will be moved to the famous ground.

Panthers Team for Sea Eagles Game

PENRITH Panthers coach Johnny Lang has had to do a spot of re-shuffling within his team for this weekends Rd 13 clash with the Manly Sea Eagles at Brookvale Oval this weekend.

Sharks Name Squad for Broncos Game

CRONULLA Sharks coach Stuart Raper has named his team to take on the Brisbane Broncos at Suncorp Stadium on Sunday at 3 pm. This will be a huge game for halfback Brett Kimmorley who must take the opportunity to impress the NSW Origin selectors who are looking for a new halfback to replace the injured Craig Gower. Coach Rapers team is;

PNG name Sevens side

THE Papua New Guinea Rugby Football League (PNGRFL) has announced its 10-man squad for the 2004 Rugby League World Sevens. The squad is as follows:

Barrett re-signs to 2008

ST George-Illawarra five-eighth and captain Trent Barrett has put pen to paper with the club until the end of 2008, diffusing speculation about his future and allowing him to focus on the up-coming 2004 NRL Season.

NRL's Patience Being Stretched

THE National Rugby League on Tuesday released a statement warning it was "losing patience" with the ongoing collective bargaining agreement (CBA) negotiations with the players union.

Bulls Star Likely to Miss World Club Challenge

BRADFORD Bulls skipper Robbie Paul is almost certain to miss the World Club Challenge against Penrith Panthers on 13 February. The New Zealander's injured arm has not responded to the bone-graft operation he underwent before Christmas.

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