Clydesdales announce new CEO

THE Toowoomba Clydesdales would like to welcome their new Chief Executive Neale Wyatt to the job after outgoing CEO Len Saal retired from the position.

Raptors rapt with response

THE new Reedy Creek ?Raptors? junior rugby league club held its first ?Come & Try Day? last Sunday 28th November at the Varsity College (primary school) oval with over 110 children in attendance.

Wales Students v Australia Students

WALES Students hope to be the first side to beat the Australians on their 2004 Academic Ashes tour as the two teams meet in Treorchy this Sunday (kick-off 2pm).

Injuries to Kangaroos as they head home

INJURIES to key Kangaroos following the game against the Tomahawks have caused a stir back in Australia.

Australia Students 18 - England Students 12

AUSTRALIA Students got their tour up and running after last weeks 22-10 defeat to France Students with an 18-12 victory over the England Students at Blackheath RUFC, London.

Wellens offers hope to Super League

GREAT Britain full-back Paul Wellens has said the future for British rugby league is still bright, despite the 44-4 thrashing by Australia in the Tri-Nations final.

Capital kicks off in style

RUGBY League in the capital will take another significant step forward when it stages an exciting launch event for the new 2005 season at London Skolar?s New River Stadium on Saturday, 5 February 2005.

Bulls release new away shirt

THE UK?s most successful Rugby Club, World Champions, Bradford Bulls, have today announced the launch of their new ?away? strip for the 2005 season.

Caine returns to the Tigers

FORMER Wests Tigers utility Joel Caine has agreed to terms with Balmain Tigers on a one year incentive based contract.

Dolphins Clean Sweep

THE Pepsi Dolphins completed their second clean sweep in a row downing Brothers-Valleys in three grades at O?Callaghan Park on Easter Sunday.

Queensland Round 5 Results


Russian Rugby League Tour of New Zealand

TASMAN 32 T. Ione, P. Taviti , R. Dixon , J. Parata , V. Maea , M. Matekohi tries J. Gunn 4 goals

Handling errors cost Russia against Orcas

BASIC handling errors has seen the touring Russian National squad hand over a 32 ? 16 victory to the Tasman Orcas in the first match of the NZ South Island tour. Russia who have send across a 28 man squad to New Zealand in preparation for the 2004 Victory Cup and European Nations Cup tournaments were their own worse enemy in the opening clash handing over the majority of possession to the home team.

Eels Score Runaway Easter Monday Win

ON a beautiful Easter Monday holiday in Sydney the Parramatta Eels have scored a runaway 41-20 win over the South Sydney Rabbitohs at Parramatta Stadium this afternoon.

Leagueunlimited player of the year awards, round 5

CHAMPION Broncos fullback Darren Lockyer has increased his lead and is on nine points in's player of the year awards for 2004.

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