Jets name new CEO

FORMER Redcliffe lower grade coach Robert Campbell will officially become the new Ipswich Jets chief executive officer tomorrow.

More good news for Queensland Rugby League

LAST Friday?s Annual General Meeting of the Queensland Rugby League delivered several key indicators of the sport?s success in the preceding 12 months.

Broncos closing in on Danny Williams

THE Melbourne Storm star has been training with the Tetley's Super League outfit recently and hopes are high he will soon sign a permanent contract.

Lee Hookey calls it a day

SOUTH Sydney three-quarter Lee Hookey has announced his retirement at the tender age of 25, stating he has no desire to play any longer.

Brad Thorn gets ok for training

BRAD Thorn will return to the Brisbane Broncos after Christmas after some doubts over when the three-time premiership winning forward would rejoin the club for pre-season training.

Ball stripping hot topic at NRL conference

LEAGUE'S most hotly debated rule, ball-stripping, will be thrashed out at the NRL's annual conference in Sydney starting tomorrow.

NZ Bartercard Cup - Round 10 review

ROUND 10 of New Zealand's Bartercard Cup dished up some surprises with the Top 5 positions having a change around.

Gasnier gets pressured

THREE of Australian rugby league's most powerful men are trying to talk Mark Gasnier out of a ?1m move to Wigan.

In search of Malaysian Rugby League players

THE SINRL's UK development officer James Massara while searching throughout the student leagues in the UK in search of Singapore eligble players has stumbled across many Malaysian players. The SINRL wish to enter future tournaments in Europe such as the Middlesex 9's, York 9's and if funds permit the Dutch 9's next year.

Wolfhounds Defeat England, Clontarf Bulls lose first game

IRELAND Wolfhounds 28 Tries:Manuel, Brody, Clarke, Dowling, Purdue, Roche Goals:Treacy (2)

Newtown Jets weekend results

NSWRL Premier League Played at the Sydney Showground Sunday, July 11 Bulldogs 48 defeated Sydney Airport Jets 28:

ESL Roundup

BRADFORD 36-26 Wakefield Bradford (20) 36: Tries: Peacock, Reardon, Deacon, Vainikolo 2, Parker. Goals: Deacon 6 Wakefield (12) 26: Tries: Elima, J. Field, Solomona, Ellis, Spicer. Goal: March 3. Iestyn Harris returned to rugby league as Bradford saw off a battling Wakefield at Odsal. The 28-year-old came on as a substitute after 53 minutes and had to play a defensive role as the Wildcats threatened an upset.

Dragons injury update

THE Dragons will give captain Trent Barrett and Lance Thompson until the eve of their clash with the Roosters to determine their fitness for Friday night's game at Aussie Stadium.

Wiki spells it out

A message from Once Were Warriors actor Temuera Morrison was instrumental in getting Ruben Wiki to sign for the New Zealand Warriors, but the solving of his sister's whereabouts also clinched it for the rugby league star.

Price explains reasons behind transfer

INSPIRATIONAL captain Steve Price on Monday set his sights on leading the Bulldogs to the 2004 premiership after announcing he was leaving the NRL co-leaders to join the New Zealand Warriors.

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